The CPI(M) led LDF opposition today staged a walkout from the Kerala Assembly accusing the Congress-led UDF Government of having failed in tackling the unprecedented price rise which caused severe hardship to all sections of people.
The rift in the faction-ridden Kerala unit of the Congress has widened with chief minister Oommen Chandy refusing to dump his home minister T Radhakrishnan to accommodate state party chief Ramesh Chennithala, who is eyeing the No. 2 slot in the cabinet. HT reports.
The timely onset of the southwest monsoon bringing fairly good rains has come as a great relief to Kerala after it passed through an unusually searing summer that caused a grim drought situation and power crunch.
Northern India experienced a slide in temperatures across the region even as the country's south welcomed the south-west monsoon which set in over Kerala and Lakshwadeep today.
The Kerala government on Friday ordered a probe into the circumstances that led to the arrest of direct marketing company Amway India’s CEO and US national William Scott Pinckney and two other senior officers of the company.
The Kerala government on Friday ordered a probe into the circumstances that led to the arrest of network marketing firm Amway India's chairman and CEO William S Pinckney, an American national.
Direct marketing giant Amway India chairman and CEO William Scott Pinckney and two company directors have been remanded to 14-day judicial custody by a court in Wayanad.
Defence minister AK Antony said on Saturday that a cyber command would be set up in the armed forces in a bid to strengthen the cyber defence security of India.
Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy, who completed two years of his second term last week, has won the United Nations Public Service Award for his mass contact programme in which he directly interacted with people of the state and addressed their grievances.
Big brothers — and sisters, of course — are growing old? Getting tired of fighting scams? Too mired in fratricide? It seems so because the smaller and more nimble-footed are rushing in to grab political space. Ramesh Babu reports. Fringe elements
The blame game over the food security bill continued on Saturday, with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi blaming the opposition again for stalling it in Parliament. The Opposition’s “politics of disruption” revealed their attitude towards the poor, he said.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today launched a scathing attack on the opposition parties for stalling the food security bill in Parliament, and asserted the UPA government was determined to enact the legislation for the benefit of people.
In a noble gesture, 11-year-old Vishnu did not even bat an eyelid before agreeing to donate the heart valves of his mother, Radhika, who died in a road accident in the Kerala capital on Sunday.
Union minister of state for human resource development Sashi Tharoor will host Kerala Tourism's online quiz show starting from May 10.
A total of 6,569 Indian nationals are currently lodged in prisons of 67 foreign countries, including 254 in Pakistan, according to information accessed by a Kerala-based RTI activist from the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).