Coronavirus Outbreak: Kerala govt mandates week-long quarantine for natives coming from other states; 3,363 have returned in last two days
The Kerala government on Tuesday announced new quarantine guidelines for stranded natives coming in from Red Zones in other states.
Coronavirus outbreak: From politicos leading way to public volunteers, how Kerala is fighting COVID-19
With 112 persons testing positive in Kerala for COVID-19, the state has been under complete shutdown since Monday, a day before the Central government announced a lockdown across the country.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Australian tourists face hostile locals, forcible quarantine in Kerala, scramble to get home
Incidents of foreign nationals attempting to escape from coronavirus quarantine facilities to fly home has increased the fear among locals, adding to the hostility faced by them.
The deceased - two couples and four children - were part of a group of 15 people travelling from Kerala to Pokhara, a popular mountainous tourist destination.
Pinarayi Vijayan trying to adopt 'good boy' image in front of PM, implement CAA and NPR secretly, claims Kerala Congress leader
Though Pinarayi Vijayan was opposing the CAA in public, he and his government were going ahead with the steps to implement the controversial Act, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Ramesh Chennithala said at a press meet.
Kerala floods: IMD issues red alert in three districts of Malappuram, Kannur, Kozhikode; toll rises to 95
With several parts of Kerala receiving downpour since Tuesday night, many low lying areas have been waterlogged, even as the toll in the rain-battered state has gone up to 95 so far
Kerala Lalitha Kala Akademi rejects government direction to review award for cartoon about bishop accused of rape
KK Subhash was awarded by the Kerala Lalitha Kala Akademi for his caricature of Bishop Franco Mulakkal, who has been accused of rape. The award led to protests and suggestion of reviewing their decision, which the Akademi rejected.
Kerala's 'ambulance baby' spectacle shows private players, aided by govt, are taking over public healthcare system
Nothing wrong in seeking the help of a super-speciality private hospital with world-class amenities and experienced doctors and surgeons, but it did puncture the healthcare claims of the Kerala government.
Day-long hartal called by Youth Congress begins in Kerala over murder of two workers; national highways blocked, stones pelted
Roads and national highways were blocked in various places and state-owned buses were stoned as the flash hartal called by the Youth Congress, to protest the killing of two of its activists allegedly by ruling CPM workers, began in Kerala on Monday.
Rahul Gandhi says 'will not rest' till murderers of IYC workers in Kerala are brought to justice; extends solidarity to families
Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday termed the "brutal murder" of two Youth Congress workers in Kerala as "shocking" and said the party will not rest till the murderers are brought to justice.
Centre charges Kerala Rs 102 crore for using IAF aircraft, choppers during 2018 flood rescue and relief operations
The Centre has forwarded a bill of Rs 102 crore to the Kerala government for the use of Indian Air Force aircraft and helicopters for flood relief operations in the state, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Monday.
Kerala nun rape case: Ordered to vacate their convent, 4 nuns who supported survivor write to CM; say their transfer a bid to isolate them
Four nuns from Kerala's Missionaries of Jesus congregation, who had participated in a protest against rape accused Bishop Franco Mulakkal, on Saturday wrote to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan
Kerala's list of 51 women who entered Sabarimala features Chennai men, auto driver; Hindu groups say govt 'fabricated' names to promote atheism
Rahul Easwar claimed they found 20 women above 50 when they cross-checked the list, while several others mentioned in the list did not visit Sabarimala at all.
Kerala Lokayukta admits complaint over 'misuse' of Chief Minister's Distress Relief Fund; notice issued to Vijayan, state ministers
The bench was constituted after there was a difference of opinion among the Lokayukta and one of the Upa-lokayuktas regarding the jurisdiction of the agency to probe disbursement of assistance from CMDRF
Cash-strapped Kerala has to pay Rs 290 crore to Centre for rescue efforts during August floods, says Pinarayi Vijayan
Kerala, which suffered a loss of Rs 31,000 crore during the floods in August, on Thursday wanted the Centre to expedite the promised assistance to enable it to rebuild the state.
Sabarimala row: BJP, UDF MLAs protest inside Kerala Assembly, demand withdrawal of restrictions imposed at temple complex
Sabarimala row: Several Opposition members protested in the well of the Kerala Assembly on Wednesday against the prohibitory orders imposed at the temple complex
Sabarimala: Kerala HC demands end to protests; allows differently-abled people to rest in temple complex
The Kerala High Court on Tuesday ruled that there should be no more protests at the Sabarimala temple during the ongoing pilgrimage season.
Sabarimala controversy: Pinarayi Vijayan responds to Amit Shah's Gulag comment; claims BJP, RSS using pilgrims as 'scapegoats'
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan lashed out at the BJP and right-wing outfits, accusing them of exploiting the Sabarimala issue for their "political gains" and trying to 'capture' and take control of the hill-top shrine.
96-year-old woman scores highest marks in state literacy examination in Kerala, receives certificate from Pinarayi Vijayan
Proving that age was no barrier for learning, a 96-year-old woman has secured high marks in a literacy examination held in Kerala.
International Film Festival of Kerala to host 23rd edition on 'limited scale' owing to lack of funds
The IFFK will this year be held from 7-13 December.