Human rights watchdog Amnesty International joins calls for justice for Jishamol, the Dalit woman who was raped and murdered in Perumbavoor, Kerala.
Kapila Vatsyayan’s book ‘The Arts of Kshetram’ scans a range of art forms and myths of Kerala and explores the popular cult of Bhagavati.
Kerala Tourism’s new coffee-table books throw light on a historical trade path and on four wildlife destinations of immense visual splendour.
Low voter turn-out in previous polls prompts Kerala’s youngest district to offer incentives and lucky draws to those who cast their votes on May 16.
Onion cultivation is gaining popularity in the plains of Kerala, thanks to the efforts of Thrissur Krishi Vigyan Kendra and finding suitable varieties.
Ancient Hindu and Buddhist sculptures of exceptional grandeur excavated from caves in Mumbai are now languishing in slum areas of the metropolis.
Kallat Itty Achuthan, key brain behind Hortus Malabaricus, grand treatise on medicinal plants of 17th-century Kerala, yet to get due recognition.
In another tale of religious harmony from Malappuram, a 400-year-old temple near Kondotty is being renovated with assistance from a Muslim expat.
Kerala Council for Historical Research to document and showcase ancient board games for Muziris Children’s Museum. Applicants called to do research.
Harry Potter fans are in for another round of magic - Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the 8th book on the boy wizard to be released this July.
Superstar Mohanlal is clearly angry and he asks some pertinent questions in his latest blog-post - Happy Journey. Most Malayalis would agree.
Many Keralites would find this surprising, but it seems Kerala is way ahead in terms of waste management compared to other parts of the country.
Hip media startup BuzzFeed puts together a ‘Kerala publicist’s dream article’ highlighting its social development and achievements in various fields.
The much awaited celebrity marriage of the year, of Asin Thottumkal and Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma, will take place on January 20 in Delhi.
In Maheshinte Prathikaaram Fahad Fazil is back in his element and Dileesh Pothen has crafted an audio-visual treat. Go for it, says Subash Babu A.
Action Hero Biju is a mixed bag but gives a fillip to Nivin Pauly’s stardom while director Abrid Shine reinforces his stature as an entertainer.
Community-based tourism activities are taking off in North Kerala where government is backing local people to start eco-friendly hospitality ventures.
If you use MSG (ajinomoto) in food items, display this information clearly on your premises: Food Safety Commissioner T V Anupama orders hotels.
After Maggi noodles, its Nestle’s pasta in trouble now; said to contain lead beyond permissible limits. Nestle slams charges, says our pasta 100% safe.
Google is celebrating the 94th birth anniversary of Verghese Kurien, 'milkman of India', with its doodle on its India home page.
The Union health ministry issued guidelines on Zika virus disease Tuesday; urges Kerala and Tamil Nadu to be extra vigilant.
Big increase in number of diabetic cases among kids prompts government to help out; to provide insulin pumps for free like they do in US and Europe.
The inaugural edition of Kerala Literature Festival to kick off in Kozhikode beach today with discussion on 'literature in the bad times'.
The Nehru Trophy boat race of Kerala now has a participant from Muscat, a businessman residing in Oman. He is determined to promote the event among Omanis.
NRIs expecting to e-vote during upcoming Kerala panchayat elections are in for disappointment. E-ballot system seems far from being realised.
Kerala has raised strong objections to the Centre’s decision to merge Overseas Indian Affairs Ministry with MEA; calls it an insult to NRIs.
Rajitha Saleem takes us to the London Mela, an exhibition of the richness of South Asian culture and a carnival of inclusiveness and multiculturalism.
Remittances to India from Gulf nations could be in for a drastic fall and Kerala would face the maximum impact, warns industry body ASSOCHAM.
Would you chase an elusive butterfly with a camera in an open field or have hundreds of them flutter all around you in an indoor stylish space?
The first phase of Kerala’s dream project SmartCity Kochi, which envisages creation of 90,000 jobs when completed, will be inaugurated in February.
The indefinite strike by Uber and Ola taxi drivers, on since December 29, has been called off after managements’ promise to look into their demands.
Local body members may soon be paid double the salary they are getting now. The 5th finance commission recommends pay that reflects expenses incurred.