Nipah virus leaves Kerala public health officials in state of disarray as casualty figure touches ten in 48 hours
With the casualty figure due to Nipah touching ten within the past 48 hours, Kerala's public health department is in a state of shock and disarray.
Communal heat in Kerala: Extremist political outfits use Kathua rape to spread radicalism, fish in troubled waters
What is most dangerous is that post Monday's hartal a sustained polarisation effort has commenced over social media with the so called torchbearers of both the communities.
Kerala police suspend seven personnel over Sreejith 'custodial death' case, but uncomfortable questions linger
Bowing to public outcry, the Kerala police have suspended seven policemen over the suspected custodial death of Sreejith. However, the case remains murky.
Kerala custodial death: Mistaken identity behind Sreejith's suspected killing; Human Rights Commission calls act 'inhumane'
Sreejith's case shows that Kerala police seem to be under the grips of a malignant trend –to willfully resort to physical abuse with brute force on citizens
Theni forest fire nothing short of man-made disaster; multitude of human errors likely behind tragedy that killed nine trekkers
Though the unsuspecting trekkers were left to the fury of nature, it is now beyond doubt that it was a number of human errors that led to the Theni tragedy.
'Won't take Modi-RSS vaccine': Myths, quacks derail Malappuram vaccination drive putting lakhs of children at risk
In the Malappuram district of Kerala, health workers are threatened, abused and even physically assaulted for attempting to give a vaccine to children.
Kerala must act against PFI and sister organisations; cases of forced conversions will only polarise state further
Athira Nambiar's claims of being coerced into accepting Islam by Popular Front of India may further polarise Kerala even though PFI has rubbished allegations of conversion
The vocal support for accused actor Dileep in the Malayalam actress assault case has shown up the fault lines in the film industry
The all-important elephant corridors in the entire Western Ghats have been broken and disfigured over the years.
Mohan Bhagwat flag hoisting row: CPM treads cautiously as RSS, BJP make deep inroads into its votebanks in Kerala
The bonhomie between the clergy in Kerala and the BJP has got the CPM worried because as if the BJP ever hopes to make a considerable impact in the electoral process in the state, it cannot be achieved without the Christian votes.
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan was summoned by the governor, to express his apprehension on the deteriorating law and order situation in the state.
Kerala Police under scanner after Dalit boy's autopsy report suggests suicide was abetted by custodial torture
The Kerala Police find itself in a tight spot but what makes it more precarious is that majority of the victims are young Dalits.
In Kerala, nurses are now making a pitched battle to gain a respectable level of subsistence.
H1N1, dengue outbreak in Kerala: Sluggish state govt response, apathetic local bodies to blame for rising death toll
The joy of monsoon in Kerala is slowly giving way to the panic arising out of an ever increasing number of fever deaths and only the state government is to blame for the situation
The details of the suicide note, said to be written by Naval cadet Gudeppa Sooraj who was found dead inside the Indian Naval Academy (INA) in Kannur, Kerala is now being revealed for the first time by his brother Gudeppa Sanoj.
The loud-mouth rhetoric of two general secretaries of BJP, following the killing of a RSS worker in Kannur, provided cannon fodder to CPM leadership.
Drought in the Western Ghats Part 4: In Kerala's Wayanad, acute water scarcity leading to man-animal conflict
The problem in Wayanad is worse than in other places, because it's well-known for its spices cultivation since the time of the British Raj, and is one place where the divide between forest land and human settlements is still very vague
The recent political storm that is rocking Kerala, Munnar has put the ruling CPM in the dock with the latest list of encroachers released by the District Collector featuring some of the ruling party’s prominent leaders.
Kerala's Left Democratic Front alliance headed for troubled waters as CPI, CPM battle over Munnar eviction, KM Mani
The immediate future of the ruling Left Democratic Front in Kerala seems to be running into a terrible storm with Communist Part of India (Marxist) and the Communist Party of India (CPI) at each other’s throats like never before.
The state government in Kerala is now on such a mission to ensure that future generations are saved from having to put up with such an acute crisis where the availability of water is not a distant dream even when temperatures soar.