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Sep 29, 2019
Maradu flats row: Kerala govt begins evicting residents after SC orders demolition of illegal apartment complexes in KochiKerala government on Sunday began the process for evicting residents of four illegal apartment complexes in Kochi, ordered to be demolished by the Supreme Court.
Apr 25, 2019
Kochi-Muziris Fundation issued injunction notice by Ernakulam HC over auction as vendor alleges non-payment of duesKochi-Muziris Biennale Foundation had put up a notice on their website on 10 April announcing an auction of the new and used air conditioners, television sets, projectors, audio systems and other electronics items used in the festival.
Oct 28, 2018
A Kashi in Kochi: Remembering Anoop Skaria, and his contributions to the world of artAnoop Skaria belonged to a generation of “post-hippy flower children” who refused to grow up. He supported unknown and struggling artists and sheltered many who wandered into his expanding orbit.
Jan 05, 2018
Kashmir in Kochi: Finding reminders of the Valley in Kerala's touristy beach town'Home' is a sentiment that is difficult to define, particularly when you're a Kashmiri who has left the Valley
May 24, 2017
Fort Kochi and Mattancherry journal, Part 8: European descendants fight to retain their identity and rightsKochi was the only city in India to be controlled by three colonisers — the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British — who ruled the port city of Kerala consecutively since 1560.
May 23, 2017
Fort Kochi and Mattancherry journal, Part 7: Once-thriving Jewish settlement now bears a deserted lookThe Paradeshi Synagogue at Jew Street in Mattancherry has been one of the biggest attraction of tourists visiting Kochi. But there are only five Jews left in Jew Town today.
May 22, 2017
Fort Kochi and Mattancherry journal, Part 6: Settled in 1990s, Kashmiris of Kerala hope to return to their home stateA sudden surge in militancy in Jammu and Kashmir in the 1990s drove Kashmiris from the Valley to Kerala.
May 20, 2017
Fort Kochi and Mattancherry journal, Part 5: Kutchi Memons, driven out of their homeland, rebuilt businesses in KeralaThe Memons, who were driven out from their homeland at Kutch in Gujarat by a drought in the early 19th Century, had to face several odds in rebuilding their lives in Kochi.
May 19, 2017
Fort Kochi and Mattancherry journal, Part 4: Tamils of Dhobi Khana rue at younger generation seeking white collar jobsThe dhobis belong to Vannar community of Tamil Nadu. Though there are different accounts about their settlement in Fort Kochi, it is widely believed that the settlement is more than three centuries-old.
May 18, 2017
Fort Kochi and Mattancherry journal, Part 3: Persecuted for centuries, Konkanis found home in a small plot of land in KochiThe Konkanis who came to Kochi were allowed by King Veera Kerala Varma to settle down in the kingdom. He allotted them an area behind his palace at Mattancheryy called Cherrlai.