HindustanTimes Sat,23 Aug 2014

How about a salary hike, ask Kerala MLAs

Many Kerala legislators are complaining that they are very poorly paid in comparison to their peers in other states and say the low incomes encourage corruption among politicians.

UDF stages walkout from Kerala Assembly

The Congress-led UDF opposition in Kerala Assembly on Monday staged a walkout alleging massive irregularities in last Saturday's election to the board of a co-operative society in Kannur district.

Postman goes places, in cars

Kerala’s postmen are in the driver's seat — not in their rickety bicycles but in new-age electric cars, reports Ramesh Babu.

Cigarette sales suspended

The protest action is called by the Kerala Vyapari Vyvasayi Ekopana Samiti which wants the manufacturers to bear the 12.5 per cent VAT.

Case against Kerala Minister

The Kerala police has filed a case on the directive with regard to the death of new-born babies at a government-run hospital in Thiruvananthapuram.

'No central probe over infants' death in Kerala'

The Kerala Health Minister PK Sreemathi is under Opposition attack over infants' death in a state-run hospital in Thiruvananthapuram.

Threat call to Kerala CM

The Kozhikode police receives an anonymous threat call which says that an attempt would be made on the life of VS Achuthanandan within 24 hours.

Indian employees stage protest

Employees of Indian were on a two-and-half hours as part of the nation-wide protest demanding payment of wage arrears.

Guruvayur temple ‘purified’ after Vayalar son’s visit

The Guruvayur temple performed a punyaham (purification rite) on Saturday after Union Overseas Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi’s family entered it to make an offering, reports Ramesh Babu.

64.12 per cent pass in Kerala's higher secondary examination

A total of 2,13,786 students become eligible for higher studies of the 3,33,410 students who appeared for the Higher Secondary Examination.

Kerala to launch novel pension scheme for NRIs

One of its kind in India, this unique scheme is for all non-resident Keralites who will contribute towards the pension fund.

I accept party's suspension decision - Kerala CM

VS Achuthanandan says he accepted the party's decision and admits it is a mistake to air differences through the media.

Keep off temples: priests to Kerala govt

The LDF Govt favours a legislation to allow non-Hindus in temples, despite protests from the priests, reports Ramesh Babu.

Weaving dreams for poor women

You don’t need money to help the less fortunate. All you need is to want to do so and the drive to make it happen, writes Ramesh Babu.

Mantri vs Tantri: Guruvayoor’s reality check

Admission to non-Hindus in Kerala’s Guruvayoor temple has forced the temple management to consider updating their norms for the new millennium, reports Ramesh Babu.
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