India8, Dec 2018, 4:40 PM IST
PWD digs road, Kerala trio follows Google map, falls into 30-foot ditch
A car travelling to Munnar via Palamattam-Avolichal road fell into a pit due to negligence of PWD contractors
India3, Dec 2018, 7:19 PM IST
Flood rescue: Indian Navy clarifies they’ve not asked Kerala to pay bill
Anil Chawla, vice-admiral of the Indian Navy said that they have not asked Kerala to pay the bill. He said that such reports are baseless.
India16, Nov 2018, 6:35 PM IST
Sabarimala temple opens: 250 Ayyappa devotees face police cases for protesting against Trupti Desai
Sabarimala temple has opened for 70-day-long annual pilgrimage. The current priest will hand over the keys of the sanctum sanctorum to the new priest.
India9, Nov 2018, 7:45 PM IST
Kerala high court disqualifies IUML MLA KM Shaji for communal poll campaign in 2016
IUML MLA KM Shaji was accused of winning Assembly polls in Kerala by a margin of 2,287 votes in 2016, by using corrupt practises.
India9, Nov 2018, 6:33 PM IST
Sabarimala festival: Over 500 women of 10-50 year age group register for darshan
The total number of devotees, including men and women registering for darshan during the Sabarimala festival has crossed 3 lakh. These registrations have been made online. But as there are also manual registrations, the number may double, say the police.
India28, Oct 2018, 10:35 AM IST
Devaswom commissioners will be Hindus: Kerala high court order puts CPM-led LDF government on back foot
The Devaswom minister had suggested amendments during the proceedings of the House that the word ‘Hindu’ must be removed from Section 29(2) while appointing Devaswom commissioner.
India25, Oct 2018, 6:39 PM IST
Sabarimala temple row: Kerala Police release pictures of 210 suspects involved in violence, issues lookout notice
The photos have been released in every police station limits and special teams have been formed in every district to find these 210 suspects involved in Sabarimala violence.
India17, Oct 2018, 6:31 PM IST
Sabarimala protests turn violent, police resort to lathi charge (Video)
The police deployed there resorted to lathi charge to bring the situation under control in Sabarimala temple premises as protests turned violent.
India10, Sep 2018, 6:44 PM IST
Kerala floods: Lenders to experience loss of business, says global analytical company CRISIL
All the lenders are expected to see loss of business and low collection efficiency as the flood-affected borrowers would prioritise restoring normal life in such circumstances, global analytical company CRISIL said in its report.
India24, Aug 2018, 8:17 PM IST
Kerala floods: 10-year-old girl says no to birthday, Onam; donates piggy bank money to victims
Kerala floods: 10-year-old daughter of a lady cop from Chennai has given her piggy bank savings, saved to celebrate birthday, to help Kerala flood victims. The girl's mother is a lady cop in Chennai, who encouraged her daughter, when she expressed her desire to help the flood victims.
India24, Aug 2018, 2:22 PM IST
Kerala floods: 'Have people trolling me held brooms at least to help in relief camps?' asks KJ Alphons
Union Minister Alphons said, "People should stop using phones for trolling and should really start helping the flood victims instead."
India23, Aug 2018, 6:31 PM IST
Kerala flood: 4-year-old Kolkata girl donates Rs 14,800 she saved for her dream CD player
Aparajita of Jadavpur wanted the CD player so that she could regularly practice her moves at home after dance class. But looking at the visuals of flood-ravaged Kerala, she decided to donate her savings.
India22, Aug 2018, 7:54 PM IST
Kerala Floods: Muslim youths clean temples, humanity triumphs over differences
Youths from Mukkam offered their help to clean the Venniyode Sree Maha Vishnu temple in Wayanad, Kerala, post the floods. 20 Muslim youths cleaned the Ayyappa temple in Mannarkkad, Kolpuzha.
India22, Aug 2018, 5:39 PM IST
Financially strong India does not require money from UAE, Maldives, other foreign sources for Kerala flood relief
Post-tsunami, then prime minister Manmohan Singh from the UPA government had agreed upon a foreign policy, by which it was decided not to accept any funds from foreign governments, during calamities in India.
India22, Aug 2018, 3:23 PM IST
Kerala floods: Mahindra group chairman shares photo, tweets that say 'India that makes me proud'
A journalist from Punjab was seen hugging a man, stranded in Kerala floods while taking him to safety. The image of this was tweeted by Anand Mahindra who wrote that this is the India that makes him proud.