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Why no Salaam? IPS officer in trouble for not saluting Kerala Home Minister

Jul 23, 2015

Why no Salaam? IPS officer in trouble for not saluting Kerala Home Minister

Taking a serious view of alleged disrespect shown to the state Home Minister, a show cause notice was issued on Wednesday by the Home Department to senior IPS officer Rishiraj Singh who had courted controversy by not saluting Ramesh Chennithala at a function #Kerala #NewsTracker #Oommen Chandy #Ramesh Chennithala #IPS officer #Thiruvananthapuram #Shareworthy #Rishiraj Singh
Shashi Tharoor Know your Firstpost Salon guest

Jul 09, 2015

Shashi Tharoor Know your Firstpost Salon guest

From international diplomat to two-time Congress MP, Shashi Tharoor makes for an unusual politician. Whether his party is in power or out of it, the Twitter-happy suave Tharoor always makes news. This conversation will map the many journeys of Shashi Tharoor, parliamentarian, writer and the native who returned to India. #Shashi Tharoor #Thiruvananthapuram #The Great Indian Novel #Firstpost Salon #Return of the Native #FP Salon
Shashi Tharoor: An uncommon timeline of a one-of-a-kind politician

Jul 09, 2015

Shashi Tharoor: An uncommon timeline of a one-of-a-kind politician

Shashi Tharoor's main identity these days is as the two-time Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram. Or else he is in the news thanks to the police investigation into the death of his wife Sunanda Pushkar. But in the immediacy of politics of the day it's easy to forget that Tharoor had a really unusual journey to the Lok Sabha. #Congress #Lok Sabha #Shashi Tharoor #Thiruvananthapuram #MP #Firstpost Salon
Teenage SAI athlete attempts suicide, runs away from hospital after treatment

Jun 10, 2015

Teenage SAI athlete attempts suicide, runs away from hospital after treatment

A teenaged SAI athlete tried to commit suicide early Wednesday in Thiruvananthapuram by slashing his wrist. He was taken to hospital from where he slipped away, police said. #NewsTracker #Sports Authority of India #Thiruvananthapuram #SAI #Athlete suicide
Kerala defy Centre's extended fishing ban, allows fishermen to operate till 15 June

Jun 01, 2015

Kerala defy Centre's extended fishing ban, allows fishermen to operate till 15 June

Kerala went against the Centre's 61-day uniform fishing ban as it decided to allow fishermen in the state to continue operating till 15 June, the conventional date for the beginning of the mandatory annual proscription. #Kerala #NewsTracker #Rahul Gandhi #Fishing #Thiruvananthapuram #K Babu #PM Modi #Fishing ban
Infosys withdraws from Technocity project citing state's 'non-cooperation'

May 29, 2015

Infosys withdraws from Technocity project citing state's 'non-cooperation'

Infosys had signed an agreement and paid Rs. 47 crore as one time lease in 2012 but has so far failed to start any construction activities. #Infosys #Thiruvananthapuram #Technocity #withdrawal
Remarkable gesture by a US President: Tharoor lauds Obama's profile on PM Modi

Apr 17, 2015

Remarkable gesture by a US President: Tharoor lauds Obama's profile on PM Modi

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, removed as party spokesperson after he praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year, on Friday lauded US President Barack Obama for the profile he wrote on Modi in the "Time" magazine. #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Time magazine #Shashi Tharoor #Thiruvananthapuram
Bangalore-based Air Pegasus to commence operations from 12 April

Apr 01, 2015

Bangalore-based Air Pegasus to commence operations from 12 April

Bangalore-based Air Pegasus, which recently acquired flying permit from aviation regulator DGCA, on Wednesday said it plans to commence operations from 12 April with flight services to Thiruvananthapuram and Hubli. #NewsTracker #airlines #Thiruvananthapuram #Air Pegasus #Decor Aviation
Why lock us up at 6.30pm and boys at 10pm? Kerala female engineering students protest unfair curfew

Mar 20, 2015

Why lock us up at 6.30pm and boys at 10pm? Kerala female engineering students protest unfair curfew

Over 200 resident students of the women's hostel Thiruvananthapuram College of Engineering sat outside their hostel gates all night to protest against harsh curfews for women #WhyNow #Kerala #Thiruvananthapuram College of Engineering #Hostel curfew #Gender parity