T’Puram: Disgusted with the series of strikes at the Calicut University, Vice-Chancellor, Dr M Abdul Salaam on Wednesday met chief minister Oommen Chandy at Cliff House and informed him about his intension to step down from the post. The decision from the VC has come at a time when he is drawing flaks from all corners for the series of strikes that has brought a full halt to the functioning of t
Kozhikode: Those who find that cancer is their end, ‘Punarjani’ have a solution. They would give you the strength and courage to survive the disease. Punarajani Cancer Crusader Society is an NGO working among the cancer stricken patients and in a mission to spread awareness about the breast cancer, this group conducted an exhibition of handicraft artifacts made by cancer patients. They also us
Palakkad: After Tamil Nadu, the farmlands on the Kerala border too use high amount of toxic chemicals to wipe out the pest threat. Mathrubhumi Investigation earlier showed the excessive use of chemicals in farmlands in Tamil Nadu. These farmlands in the border villages of Palakkad sow seeds that are dipped in special chemical concoction so as to prevent the threat of termites and ants, initially.
N’Delhi: After a short while, Pakistan broke the ceasefire violation and resumed the border offensive on Wednesday. The Pak Rangers have continuously fired at the posts in Arnia and Samba sectors without any provocation. There were no reports of any casualties in the offensive and Government is viewing these attacks by the Pak army rather more seriously on the eve of Prime Minister Narendra Modi
N’Delhi: For the first time in the history of Independent India, the national political parties in the country would become three. The results in Haryana and Maharashtra assembly elections have left BJP, Congress and CPI (M) enjoying the national status. The huge defeat the NCP, BSP and CPI had incurred in the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections would reduce their national status. The political par
Kerala celebrates the festival of lights; Deepavali with all pompous and fervor on Wednesday. They welcomed Deepavali with laying Rangoli, a beam of colours, decked their house entrance with flowers and lights. The burned crackers and distributed sweets among the people. Even though, the North India celebrates Deepavali tomorrow, the North Indian community living in the state celebrated the festiv
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