Vijayan accused the Central Government of sheltering the 'interest of monopolies' at the expense of the development of the airport
Meet Arya Rajendran, India's youngest mayor: 21-year-old CPM member vows to prioritise healthcare, continue her studies
Arya is a second year BSc mathematics student at the All Saints College in Thiruvananthapuram and is also a state committee member of the Students Federation of India. She is also the state president of Balasangam, the children's wing of the CPM
Thiruvananthapuram's Arya Rajendran set to become India's youngest mayor; 21-year-old won 2,872 votes in Kerala ULB polls
The Thiruvananthapuram district secretariat of the ruling CPM recommended the 21-year-old BSC student's name for the post of mayor, which has to be ratified by the party's state secretariat
The state government had approached the court after an all-party-meeting in Kerala demanded withdrawal of the Union Cabinet's decision
An English translation of Nashtanayika narrates the poignant story of PK Rosy, the first heroine of Malayalam cinema
In Vigathakumaran, Daniel essays the role of the hero, Jayachandran, but the star of the film is Rosy – a poor girl living in a thatched hut with her Amma, Appan and siblings – who portrays, Sarojini, a lady belonging to a Nair tharavad.
Hopeful of privatising Air India in 2020, govt shouldn't be running airports and airlines, says Hardeep Singh Puri
Last Tuesday, the Central government extended by two months the deadline for placing bids for Air India till 30 October
The move was announced a day after Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan demanded withdrawal of the Union cabinet decision to lease out Thiruvananthapuram airport to the Adani group
Kerala govt did not qualify in Thiruvananthapuram airport's bidding process, says Hardeep Singh Puri
Puri said that despite special provision of right of first refusal being given to the Kerala govt, the KSIDC could not qualify in the bidding process for the Thiruvananthapuram airport
Kerala gold smuggling case: NIA arrests four more suspects, seizes digital devices and 'incriminating documents'
Searches were carried out at the residences of four accused in six locations in Malappuram and Kozhikode districts on Friday
Coronavirus Updates: Weekend lockdown to be imposed in Jammu from 24 July; J&K reports 701 new cases
Coronavirus Updates: Jammu will be under lockdown from 6pm on all Fridays till 6 am on all Mondays and people will be allowed to step out only for medical emergencies, said an order.
Coronavirus Updates: AIIMS panel gives nod for human clinical trials of indigenous vaccine candidate COVAXIN
Coronavirus Updates: The premier hospital is likely to begin the exercise by enrolling healthy volunteers from Monday.
Kerala gold smuggling case: NIA takes accused Swapna Suresh, Sandeep Nair to various locations for evidence collection
The NIA is probing the high profile case related to smuggling of 30 kilogrammes of gold through diplomatic channels
Kerala confirms community transmission of COVID-19 in Thiruvananthapuram's Poonthura and Pullivila hamlets
The Thiruvananthapuram district has 246 cases, of which only two had come from abroad and 237 had contracted the disease locally
Coronavirus Updates: Final year university exams to be conducted by end of September, says UGC in revised guidelines
Coronavirus Updates: However, students unable to appear in the final year exams in September will get another chance and universities will conduct special exams 'as and when feasible,' said the guidelines.
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.
The Fort police said the body was over 36 hours old and was in a decomposed state.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Kerala to conduct antibody tests on large scale from 8 June to check community spread; confirmed cases at 1,699
With the coronavirus cases witnessing a sharp rise, the Kerala government has decided to conduct anti body tests from Monday to check if there was any community spread
Lockdown 4.0: With MHA permitting movement in areas other than containment zones, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru open public transport with conditions
Issuing fresh guidelines on Sunday, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) allowed inter-state and intra-state movements of passenger vehicles and buses from areas other than the containment zones. However, the guidelines made it clear that bus services will be allowed with the mutual consent of states and union territories involved.
The Indian Railways will gradually resume passenger train services from 12 May and will ask passengers to arrive at the station at least an hour before departure, the national transporter said on Sunday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Kerala government issues new lockdown guidelines; all establishments, vehicle movement to remain shut on Sundays
In view of the extension of the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown by two weeks, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan has announced new guidelines to be followed in the State