Kerala nun rape case: Catholic Church's unwillingness to back survivor shows it still places the powerful above powerless
The Catholic Church in India does not seem to have received the Pope's message.
Kerala, After The Flood: Despite Pinarayi Vijayan's denial, govt mismanagement and negligence can't be ruled out
If it was mismanagement in controlling the water from Idukki dam that sent the Periyar into Kochi city in Kerala, in Pathanamthitta and especially Pandanad which saw the deepest of the miseries, it was the sheer failure of an early warning system
Unsung saviours of Kerala floods: From Trivandrum to Kozhikode, fishermen take inspiration from Ockhi tragedy
If there was one defining moment that stood out among the endless efforts made to salvage the hapless victims of Kerala's worst-ever floods, it was that of a young man offering his back as a stepping board for the women of Vengara in Malappuram to board an NDRF rescue boat.
Kerala floods: With thousands stranded and rescue efforts lacking, humanitarian crisis looms large in Chengannur
Four people have been confirmed dead in the floods in Kerala's Pandanad village, and lack of coordination in rescue efforts has made matters worse.
Chengannur bypoll: Killing of Dalit boy by CPM youth wing may cast a shadow on Pinarayi Vijayan's two-year report card
The 23-year-old Kevin P Joseph, a Dalit boy was allegedly killed in the name of ‘family honour’ on Sunday for marrying a girl from an affluent Christian family.
Nipah outbreak in Kerala: Health professionals, scientists struggle to understand how virus reached Kozhikode
More attention needs to be given to the question as to how the Nipah virus outbreak happened in Kerala. This is an issue which baffles health experts.
Kerala now has a new dread on the streets, an abusive police force that hapless citizens always fear
The Kerala State Police Complaints Authority is the only watchdog where citizens can approach with complaints against the police.
Shuhaib murder case: Kerala govt's opposition to CBI probe exposes CPM's double game; Left must end culture of political killings
Pinarayi Vijayan govt's opposition to CBI probe in SV Shuhaib murder case has exposed CPM's double game in the state. While the party condemns violence, it is often seen offering legal and financial aid to the accused of political killings
While many think that a film’s marketing team is well within its rights to promote a movie in whatever way they wish to, not many agree with a rape accused in Dileep flexing his muscles through this medium.
There is no other issue that has weighed down the Pinarayi Vijayan government in Kerala as much as nepotism.
The hostility between the CPM and the BJP have been a part and parcel of Kerala’s political landscape but the present stand off seems to be more than just the usual political one-upmanship.
Vijayan, the politician's deep rooted dislike for the media is a well documented fact.
Malayalam actress assault case: Dileep’s PR blitzkrieg could backfire as cops, court keep close watch
There seems to be a concerted PR effort on social media to salvage the reputation of Dileep
Malayalam actress assault case: Dileep's fall from grace complete, arrest comes at perfect time for Left govt
This could very well be the end of the road for not just one of Mollywood’s influential actors but indeed its most influential actor. Dileep was perhaps the blue-eyed boy of the industry — famed not only for his acting but his brilliant managerial and fundraising skills — loved and hated in equal measure. His fall from grace is all but complete.
What is causing an unprecedented outcry in the Malayalam actress assault case is the urgency and brashness shown by the some of the leading actors in declaring Dileep innocent
The who's who of the Thiruvananthapuram media fraternity flocked to the BJP state president to register protest and convey the message that the party was indeed distancing itself from the media.
The attitude is still the same — 'They are Dalits. Anything goes.' Kerala, with all its advancement in social indices, is still a horror world for a dalit
What has baffled political pundits in Kerala is the political immaturity shown by a party as seasoned as the CPM in dealing with the fall-outs of such a stage-managed attack
Amit Shah in Kerala: Left dismisses BJP chief’s attempts to placate church over beef row as 'social engineering'
Amit Shah's three-day sojourn in Kerala was intended at placating the anti-party sentiments among the minorities in the state.
Apart from giving the transgender community a new meaning to life, the Kochi Metro is also setting yet another benchmark. Perhaps it would be the first Metro in the country that would have a huge women workforce whose primary job would be on duties inside the station.