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Kesavananda Bharati, petitioner in case which led to judgment on basic structure of Constitution, passes away
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Kesavananda Bharati, petitioner in case which led to judgment on basic structure of Constitution, passes away

The seer died of age-related ailments at the Edaneer Mutt in Kerala's Kasargod on at 3.30 am on Sunday, said police

Kerala HC dismisses state govt's plea against CBI probe into murder of Youth Congress workers
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Kerala HC dismisses state govt's plea against CBI probe into murder of Youth Congress workers

Sarath Lal and Kripesh were hacked to death in February 2019 in Kasaragod, allegedly by CPM workers. The court had ordered a CBI probe, allowing a petition filed by their parents.

Coronavirus crisis spotlights Kasargod's poor health facilities after border battle cuts off patients from Mangaluru hospitals
India

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.

Time not yet ripe to lift COVID-19 lockdown, says report by Kerala govt, suggests phased relaxation, additional exemptions
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Time not yet ripe to lift COVID-19 lockdown, says report by Kerala govt, suggests phased relaxation, additional exemptions

Observing that the time was not yet ripe for a withdrawal of the lockdown, an expert committee constituted by the Kerala government suggests a three- phase relaxation of lockdown in the state.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Supreme Court seeks Centre's intervention for settlement of Karnataka-Kerala border battle
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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.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Government focusses attention on 10 hotspots, including Nizamuddin in Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Government focusses attention on 10 hotspots, including Nizamuddin in Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad

The government is focusing its attention on 10 hotspots across the country in its effort to control the coronavirus, which has infected more than 1,200 people and claimed at least 35 lives

Kasaragod residents suffer as Karnataka closes access to Mangaluru hospitals; Kerala HC asks who will take responsibility if someone dies
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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: Critically-ill man from Kerala's Kasargod dies after police stop ambulance from entering Karnataka
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Critically-ill man from Kerala's Kasargod dies after police stop ambulance from entering Karnataka

According to police, Sekhar of near Kasargod died of cardiac arrest. He was being taken to Mangaluru for follow-up treatment.

IMD issues orange alert for various districts of Kerala; predicts very heavy rainfall, thunder, lightning over next 2 days
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IMD issues orange alert for various districts of Kerala; predicts very heavy rainfall, thunder, lightning over next 2 days

The India Meteorological Department on Monday issued an orange alert and predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall for two days in various districts of Kerala.

Kerala rains: Toll rises to 22 after downpour triggers landslides, flooding in parts of state; govt seeks help from Indian Army, IAF
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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.

Death of Kerala man who joined Islamic State points to dangerous trend; fake currency, narcotics fueling terrorism
India

Death of Kerala man who joined Islamic State points to dangerous trend; fake currency, narcotics fueling terrorism

Men and women primarily from Kerala seeking to join the Islamic State is something that has been occurring more or less under the radar of media coverage.

Heavy rainfall predicted in Kerala; IMD issues red alert in Kannur, Kasargod districts today; govt shuts schools, colleges as precaution
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Heavy rainfall predicted in Kerala; IMD issues red alert in Kannur, Kasargod districts today; govt shuts schools, colleges as precaution

All educational institutions including schools and professional colleges have been closed in Kannur, Kasargod and Malappuram districts on Tuesday in view of the IMD warning.

Four dead, three missing as rains continue to lash Kerala; IMD issues red alert in many districts
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Four dead, three missing as rains continue to lash Kerala; IMD issues red alert in many districts

Four persons have died and three, including two fishermen from Tamil Nadu, are missing as rains continued to lash Kerala.

Kerala disaster management authority issues 'Red Alert' for Kasargod and Idukki today; 'Orange Alert' for six districts in coming days
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Kerala disaster management authority issues 'Red Alert' for Kasargod and Idukki today; 'Orange Alert' for six districts in coming days

Kerala State Disaster Management Authority has issued a "Red Alert" for Kasargod district for 20-21 July, Idukki district for 21 July and Kannur, Wayanad, Kozhikode, Malappuram districts for 22 July. A Red alert denotes likelihood of very heavy to extremely heavy rainfall.

Two-member NIA team reaches Colombo to probe possible Islamic State links with terrorists behind Sri Lanka blasts
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Two-member NIA team reaches Colombo to probe possible Islamic State links with terrorists behind Sri Lanka blasts

The two-member team is in the Sri-Lankan capital to find out any possible links between the terrorist modules and the terrorists involved in the deadly Easter Sunday bombings in Sri-Lanka.

NIA searches three places in Kerala as part of probe into Islamic State's 'Kasargod module'; memory cards, phones recovered
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NIA searches three places in Kerala as part of probe into Islamic State's 'Kasargod module'; memory cards, phones recovered

NIA on Sunday conducted searches at three places in Kerala as part of its investigation into the ISIS Kasaragod module case

Lok Sabha election 2019: High poll turnout has traditionally aided Congress-led UDF in Kerala; trends may change with BJP in fray
Politics

Lok Sabha election 2019: High poll turnout has traditionally aided Congress-led UDF in Kerala; trends may change with BJP in fray

Higher turnout in the Lok Sabha election in Kerala has always benefitted the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF). Whether this phenomenon will be repeated this year, especially after Kerala recorded its third highest polling percentage of 77.68 percent, is a topic of hot debate in the political circles in the state post-election.

How coastal Karnataka was saffronised; part 12: Nagpur-born Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangathan alters history across Dakshin Kannada to fit national religious narratives
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How coastal Karnataka was saffronised; part 12: Nagpur-born Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangathan alters history across Dakshin Kannada to fit national religious narratives

The manner in which oral narratives have been altered across Dakshin Kannada to fit narrative of religious forces. The most recent entrants to have altered the local history of Coastal Karnataka are the Nagpur-born Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangathan.

How coastal Karnataka was saffronised: The story of rise and rise of Hindu nationalism in syncretic South Kanara
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How coastal Karnataka was saffronised: The story of rise and rise of Hindu nationalism in syncretic South Kanara

For more than three decades now, South Kanara has gained a reputation as the Sangh Parivar's laboratory. People unfamiliar with coastal Karnataka believe it is responsible for the growth of radical right-wing organisations like Hindu Yuva Sene, Bajrang Dal and Ram Sene, which propagate a form of divisive, hate-fuelled politics, using love jihad and gauraksha as instruments of coercion.

Political murders in Kerala: CPM faces electoral isolation amid claims of shielding accused party leaders
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Political murders in Kerala: CPM faces electoral isolation amid claims of shielding accused party leaders

CPM leaders and workers are accused in 16 of the 20 political murder cases lodged in Kerala since 2016, when the Pinarayi Vijayan government came to power.