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Sreesanth foresees more Keralites in Indian team


Kerala cricket hasn’t been a regular feeder to the Indian team, but all that will change in the coming years with the state’s young guns turning into a formidable force, believes speedster S. Sreesant

Shawarma back on sale in Kochi


Nearly two months after the woes created by the Arabian delicacy of Shawarma in the state, food joints in the city selling this food item are back in business, but not following the guidelines stipula

Kerala travel mart begins today


Kochi is all set to host the four-day-long biennial Kerala Travel Mart starting on Thursday.

According to KTM president Riyaz Ahmed efforts are on to have Chief Minister Oommen Chandy inaugurate the

Delegates from 48 countries to attend KTM

As many as 500 delegates from 48 countries will take part in the four-day biennial Kerala Travel Mart (KTM), the biggest buyer-seller meet in the country’s tourism sector beginning here on Thursday.

'Made in China' coffins enter Kerala market

A variety of products have flooded Indian market after the liberalisation process was initiated two decades ago and the latest one to make its entry is 'made in China' coffins.

A consignment contain

Can a ban on toddy curb Kerala's alcoholism?


Toddy, the traditional beverage of Malayali that even played a role in promoting tourism in Alappuzha district, has of late courted trouble.

Last week the Kerala High Court wondered why the state sh

Five killed as train hits car at unmanned level crossing

Five people were killed when their car was hit by the Hapa-Tirunelveli Express at an unmanned level crossing at nearby Aroor on Sunday, Railway sources said.

Three persons were killed on the spot, w

The good & bad of retail unveiled


Though protest rages across the country against the move to allow FDI in the retail sector, experts say it will usher in change for the better and result in a better shopping experience for the consum

Tanker strike to go total on Oct 5

Petrol pumps in the state could go dry and flights might be grounded from October 5, with tanker lorry owners and drivers threatening an indefinite strike against alleged harassment by motor vehicles

Ambulance drivers fleece patients

Ambulance drivers are a law unto themselves; and fleecing is the name of the game. Barring a few institutions, the drivers decide the fare; and when they do it, they charge fancy sums. There’s hardly

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