Thiruvananthapuram: Koliyakkode Paddy field here in Thiruvanathapuram witnessed another plenteous harvest. The paddy field once famous for its rain water storage capacity has faced with water scarcity in the recent past. This sad status of the paddy field has brought a group of NSS volunteers from Sree Chithira Thirunal Engineering College along with Karshaka Samithy forming ‘Kathir’ a paddy
Thiruvananthapuram: Excise Minister K Babu justified that as Congress is a democratic party it is very natural to have difference of opinion. He said this regarding the argument over the bar license within UDF. But he indicated his displeasure in KPCC President V M Sudheeran stand on the same. On the other hand Ramesh Chennithala said that there is nothing serious within party quarters and will be
Alappuzha: The Health department has started off with stringent measures to counter monkey fever reported in state. The authorities found that disease is spread through the flea which grown inside monkey’s body. The disease can even spread to cattle in the affected area. If affected to humans it can settle dormant inside the body for ten years. The Health department has informed the district med
The ‘Run Bobby Run’ marathon by Bobby Chemmanur with the aim and message of ‘Give blood save life’ ended at capital city. The marathon started off from Kasargode on March 12th. The marathon finale was inaugurated by Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. Bobby ran around 812 kms from Kasargode to Thiruvananthapuram spreading this noble message. He aims to give 24 hours blood to the needy through Bo
Maharashtra plays a major role in Indian politics and she has the power to decide who should helm the power of our nation. The 48 constituencies play a key role in the political arena of India. The big fight is mainly between Congress-NCP and BJP-Sivasena. Though opinion poll predicts an upper hand for the saffron group, UPA is confident to win the election fray. A full-fledged political picture o
There was fierce argument within KPCC meeting over giving bar license to sub-standard bars in the state. Chief Minister disagreed with KPCC President V M Sudheeran’s demand that only two star bars should be given license. The Chief Minister as well as Excise Minister K Babu decided to extend the license for one more year. Majority stood with Chief Minister’s stand but as V M Sudheeran stood st
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