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Left betrayed Kerala like Judas did Jesus: Modi

Modi slammed both the ruling Left and the Congress-led UDF, as he urged the voters to choose the best option -- Bharatiya Janata Party's E. Sreedharan, the Metroman, who is the face of development.

PM Narendra Modi assures ‘FAST’ development of Kerala 

"The time has come for FAST development in Kerala- F for fisheries and fertilisers, A for agriculture and Ayurveda, S for skill development and social justice and T for tourism and technology," PM Modi said

Hopeful of jumping 8.40m: Sreeshankar after qualifying for Olympics

It was no wonder that the youngster took to sports and athletics right from a very young age. His father and his mother KS Bijimol both represented and won laurels for India in various international meets.

DYFI activists booked for taking out march violating COVID-19 protocol

Television visuals showed that while a protest meeting was being held in front of the office, some of the activists had climbed the building walls and rolled down the flag.

Drunken Monkey expands during the pandemic

It runs on a franchisee model of operation through the country and has signed up over 42 plus outlets in the middle of the pandemic making a total of 100 plus outlets in 43 cities as of this year.

Five dead, nine hospitalised after consuming spurious liquor in Kerala

Police are also not ruling out the possibility of sanitiser being mixed in liquor as one the person hospitalised said liquor supplied by one of the deceased tasted like soap.

Kerala COVID-19 tally inching towards 3000 mark, 118 new cases

Thiruvananthapuram: The COVID-19 infection tally in Kerala is inching towards the 3,000 mark with 118 new cases being reported on Friday, the highest single...

Kerala’s COVID-19 active count reaches 1,342, total hotspots 117

At the same time, the test results of 46 patients, who were under treatment for coronavirus, came negative today.

Kerala to track down mastermind behind death of pregnant elephant

"We are quite certain to find the perpetrators of this crime, which is in no way acceptable at all. It was on the 23rd of last month we came to know about this incident, when the elephant was spotted near a water source outside the National park," said Pachuau.

Kerala declares 88 COVID-19 hotspots in 14 districts

"Hot spots are being announced based on COVID-19 positive cases, primary contacts and secondary contacts.

Thissur: Elephant owners adversely affected by lockdown

Thrissur: The national lockdown has disrupted life and business activities around the country, elephant owners in Kerala too are facing tough times. They point out...

12 fresh COVID-19 cases in Kerala, total goes up to 40 

While five cases were confirmed in Ernakulam, six were reported in Kasaragod and one case in Palakkad district, says CM

Kerala Police kill fourth Maoist; Congress, CPI lambast killings

According to informed sources, the person killed on Tuesday was a top Maoist, Mani Vasakam, while among those who died on Monday, two hailed from Karnataka - Sreemathi and Suresh - and Karthi was from Tamil Nadu

Three Maoists, including woman, shot dead in Kerala

According to reports, a seven-member team of Maoists, seeing the Thunderbolt team, opened fire on them but in the retaliatory fire, three ultras were shot down

Rains pound South India; Kerala worst hit with 42 dead

The monsoon fury continued unabated in Karnataka and in neighbouring Tamil Nadu, with the latter pressing the IAF to rescue stranded people from the worst-hit Avalanchi in Nilgiris district.

Kerala: ‘Red Alert’ warning issued for three districts

Thrissur, Palakkad, Wayanad, Kannur and Kasaragod were issued 'Orange Alerts' for today. In addition, all schools and colleges in Malappuram and Wayanad districts will remain closed.

Kerala: 8 die after ambulance collides with lorry

According to the police, the group had gone on a trip to Nelliyampathy in a car. On the way, their car met with an accident.

Kerala on razor’s edge

The clash between tradition and women’s rights, aided by hostile politics, is tearing God’s Own Country apart

Indian-origin professionals plan Kerala floods fundraiser in UK

London: A group of Indian-origin writers and professionals in the UK have come together to organise an event to raise funds for the victims...

Kerala flood toll touches 79, rains continue

Entire Kerala has been on a red alert since Wednesday evening. A total of 28 deaths were reported on the day.

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