Human rights organization Amnesty International has joined calls for justice for Jishamol, the Dalit woman who was raped and murdered in Perumbavoor, Kerala. Over 25,000 people have signed into the Amnesty campaign calling for an independent investigation. The new government in Kerala must ensure justice for Jishamol and her family, said Rekha Raj, Programme Manager- Women’s Rights, at Amnesty International India at a press meet. It has been over a month since the horrific incident reminded Rekha. Amnesty representatives will meet the Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan later today to demand speedy justice amid allegations of lapses and inaction on part of the police. Amnesty International India’s campaign, launched on 14 May, reached out to thousands of people through online ...Read More...
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.
In another tale of religious harmony from Malappuram, a 400-year-old temple near Kondotty is being renovated with assistance from a Muslim expat.
The Union health ministry issued guidelines on Zika virus disease Tuesday; urges Kerala and Tamil Nadu to be extra vigilant.
Kerala Council for Historical Research to document and showcase ancient board games for Muziris Children’s Museum. Applicants called to do research.
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.
The first phase of Kerala’s dream project SmartCity Kochi, which envisages creation of 90,000 jobs when completed, will be inaugurated in February.
A huge crowd of 15,000 turn up for Ghulam Ali’s concert in Kozhikode. I am truly blessed to be here he said showering them with melodious music.