Kerala Assembly Election 2021, Kanhangad profile: CPI hopes to retain stronghold, but new face likely to replace incumbent E Chandrasekharan
Considering the Communist Party of India has a strict two-term policy, it's likely that incumbent MLA E Chandrasekharan will not get another chance to contest from the seat
Kerala rains: Toll rises to 22 after downpour triggers landslides, flooding in parts of state; govt seeks help from Indian Army, IAF
Rains continued to batter various parts of Kerala as the toll in monsoon related incidents, including landslides, in the last three days mounted to 22.
Kerala CPM MLA calls woman IAS officer ‘without brains’; revenue minister lends his support to official
CPI(M) MLA S Rajendran courted controversy after he publicly slandered a young woman IAS officer in Munnar, saying she lacked brains
Kerala rains: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vjayan takes aerial survey of flood-ravaged districts, review meeting shifted to Wayanad
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan has undertaken an aerial survey of flood-ravaged districts of the state which have been pounded by heavy rains since the past few days.
Idukki Dam alert: With water level almost at capacity, government says no need to panic; 2 more dead in rain-related incidents
The government machinery in Kerala continued to be on alert with the water level in the Idukki dam inching towards the maximum, even as rain lashed many parts of the state, claiming two lives on Tuesday.
Protests mount in Kerala’s coastal villages as Cyclone Ockhi leave behind death, devastation; fisherfolk cry govt apathy
Anger towards the state and central govt is rising across coastal villages in Kerala as families of fishermen, who went missing after Cyclone Ockhi hit the Arabian Sea, fear an uncertain future
CPI downplays differences with CPM, dubs move to skip Kerala Cabinet meet as "differences in family"
CPI general secretary S Sudhakar Reddy downplayed the alleged differences with CPM, and dubbed move to skip a cabinet meeting in Kerala as "differences inside the family".
A 57-year-old farmer committed suicide outside a government office in Kozhikode alleging harassment by its staff, triggering outrage following which two officials were suspended.
Idukki: Kerala kick-started its ambitious programme of handing over title-deeds to around 5,500 persons of the high range Idukki district. Speaking at the function to distribute the 'pattayams' (title deeds) at Kattapana, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said there was a conscious effort to portray settlers who have been living in the high ranges for decades, as encroachers.
Kerala against land mafia: 100-ft iron cross halts eviction drive in Munnar even as Christians reject its holiness
The removal of a 100-ft iron cross has halted the eviction drive in Kerala's Munnar even as illegal encroachment continues to put its unique biodiversity at risk