'Metro Man' E Sreedharan to join BJP ahead of Kerala Assembly polls, says move inspired by Narendra Modi
Sreedharan, who is credited with changing the face of the public transport system in the country, will join the BJP during the party's 'Vijay Yatra' commencing on 21 February from Kasaragod
Kerala Assembly Election 2021, Kasaragod profile: NA Nellikkunnu won for second time in 2016 in IUML stronghold
The IUML, a constituent of Congress-led UDF, has won every election from Kasaragod Assembly constituency since 1980
Mangaluru court convicts serial killer 'Cyanide' Mohan in 20th murder case; quantum of punishment to be announced on 24 June
A local court has convicted serial killer ''Cyanide'' Mohan, holding him guilty in the rape and murder of a young woman from Kasaragod in Kerala in 2009. This is the 20th and last of the murder cases registered against the criminal, who has killed several women using cyanide after befriending and raping them.
Kerala cabinet gives nod to Semi-High Speed Rail corridor project, Silver Line that aims to cover about 530 kms in four hours
The Kerala cabinet has given its approval for the Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the Thiruvananthapuram-Kasaragod Semi-High Speed Rail corridor, Silver Line, which aims to cover about 529.45 km in four hours.
IMD predicts heavy rainfall in Kerala, issues oranger alert in Kozhikode, yellow alert in seven districts including Kannur, Kollam
India Meteorological Department has predicted that the southwest monsoon, which officially set in over Kerala yesterday, is likely to be active over the state on Tuesday.
Coronavirus crisis spotlights Kasargod's poor health facilities after border battle cuts off patients from Mangaluru hospitals
While the Kerala government is receiving global acclaim for its efforts at fighting the coronavirus and its excellent health facilities, the border blockade imposed by Karnataka has shone a spotlight on the woeful healthcare infrastructure in Kasargod district.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Supreme Court seeks Centre's intervention for settlement of Karnataka-Kerala border battle
Seeking an amicable settlement of the row between Kerala and Karnataka, the Supreme Court on Friday told the Centre to discuss the matter with the states and formulate parameters for passage of patients for urgent medical treatment, according to several media reports.
Kasaragod residents suffer as Karnataka closes access to Mangaluru hospitals; Kerala HC asks who will take responsibility if someone dies
Kerala has accused neighbouring Karnataka to have sealed its borders with Kasaragod town, where a large number of people are under home quarantine amid coronavirus spread.
Coronavirus outbreak: 2,826 under observation in Kerala; majority from Malappuram, followed by Kozhikode, Ernakulam, Thrissur
Following the detection of three positive cases, the LDF government had declared the epidemic as a 'state calamity'
Kerala rains: Number of monsoon-related deaths rises to 60, over 2 lakh people shifted to relief camps
After pounding Kerala for days, rains abated on Sunday even as the death toll in the monsoon fury mounted to 60.
Two dead, four missing after heavy rains in Kerala; Kudule in Kasaragod district records over 30 cm rainfall
Two people have died so far and four, including three fishermen from Tamil Nadu, are missing as heavy rains continue to lash Kerala.
While T Govindan was the MP in 1999, P Karunakaran has been a three-time sitting MP since the 2004 Lok Sabha election.
Complaints galore against bogus voting at Kerala's Kannur, Kasaragod seats; Congress and BJP blame CPM, Left party says 'done no wrong'
The BJP and Congress had expressed fears about bogus voting in Kerala's Kannur district before the election orchestrated by the CPM.
NIA conducts raids in Kerala in connection with Islamic State Kasaragod module case; three suspects interrogated
The case first came to light in 2018 when the NIA busted a IS module in Kasaragod and arrested a 25-year-old youth, Habeeb Rahman.
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.
Lok Sabha polls will witness 'second Kurukshetra war', claims AK Antony; says 'Narendra Modi-led 'Kauravas' will be drubbed by Rahul Gandhi
Speaking at the 'Janamaha Yatra', led by state Congress chief Mullappally Ramachandran from Kasaragod to Thiruvananthapuram, AK Antony lashed out at the RSS and Prime Minister Modi and said the Congress does not need any lessons of nationalism from the RSS and the BJP
The Women's Wall was suggested at a meeting called by the Kerala government, following massive protests against the Supreme Court's verdict allowing women of all ages to offer prayers at Sabarimala temple
50 lakh-plus women participate in 620-km Vanitha Mathil in Kerala; 3 cops injured after BJP-RSS workers try to break women's wall
The shoulder-to-shoulder Vanitha Mathil (Women's Wall) was organised in part by Kerala's Left Democratic Front (LDF). Health minister KK Shylaja led the chain at Kasargod, and CPM leader Brinda Karat was the last person at the end of the chain in Thiruvananthapuram.