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The District Rural Police arrested two persons on Monday on charges of sand smuggling and seized a truck.According to the police, the truck was inspected at a police checkpost on Ramapattina...
A glut of Plus-Two seats in Kochi  (23 July 09:47 am) 
26 new plus-two schools despite 1,942 merit seats being vacant after first round of allotment.
The demand for data scientists in India is growing in government agencies on par with private establishments due to a shortage of skilled manpower in the industry, an expert has said. Data scienti...
KMRL intends to speed up the much-delayed land acquisition process since DMRC’s civil works are progressing at a steady pace in most parts of the Aluva-Pettah metro corridor.
The Central police have registered a case against several protesters on charge of voluntarily causing hurt to a public servant to deter him from duty.
India has second highest number of cases
In a first of its kind surgery in the city, a woman recently underwent a successful complex heart surgery while her heart was still beating. According to a release, the 51-year-old woman wa...
The Public Health Department has instructed all industries and businesses in the State to compulsorily obtain ‘occupancy certificate’ for new buildings before utilising them. While this was
The Kerala High Court on Tuesday allowed the KSRTC to go ahead with the tendering process for the purchase of 1,790 buses. Justice A.Muhamed Mustaque passed the order after vacating the s...
Fever clinics have been set up in all district and sub divisional hospitals of the region
The Central Bureau of Investigation has instituted a preliminary enquiry to probe loss to the exchequer due to alleged irregularities in the issuance of cargo handling and shore operation...
The reports of CRZ violations had created uproar in Kerala Assembly, and the State government said it was waiting for the panel report to act.
A local court in Vadodara on Monday issued summons to Dwarka Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati in response to a complaint
NET to be held under CBSE’s watch  (23 July 09:47 am) 
UGC decided to outsource the exam as it is ill-equipped: sources
A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed the need of expanding nuclear energy production in India, the Shiv Sena — a National Democratic Alliance partner — clarified that it will
Four shutters opened to let out 4,000 cusecs of water
20 killed in eastern Libya clashes  (23 July 08:47 am) 
At least 20 people were killed in clashes between extremist militias and army forces in Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi, Libyan media reported on Tuesday. A suicide attack on a military...
A strongly worded open letter signed by 24 doctors and scientists condemning Israel’s continued aggression of Gaza and the unspeakable atrocities committed on innocent people, including women and...
Helpine for loan-shark victims  (23 July 08:47 am) 
The city police have revived its ‘Kandhu vatti’ unit, functioning under the Central Crime Branch, with a new helpline for victims of harassment by money-lenders. A loan shark has already been
The government’s policy decision to start new medical college hospitals (MCH) in the State, and some of them by converting district and general hospitals under the Health Service, seems to have
Even as the political class is engaged in a heated debate over the proposed reshuffle of the Oommen Chandy Cabinet and the pending approval of new Plus Two batches, the Nair Service Society (NSS) a...
State-wide checks as part of Safe Kerala public health drive
Members of various political parties in the Assembly urged the State government to take steps for the benefit of farmers who, they said, were affected by successive spells of drought.Partic...
‘There is a plenty of material in the public domain, including Tangedco’s own assertions, on the poor performance of BHEL’
A long fight for benefits  (23 July 02:47 am) 
Employees of Anna Centenary Library in Kotturpuram have been waging a fight for benefits ever since they were employed in 2010.On Monday, they approached the Madras High Court for relief. T...