Here are the top headlines on Feb 26.
Kozhikode: Ten fire tenders have reached the spot and are trying to douse the flames.
The currency in Saudi riyal was worth Rs 45.69 lakhs.
The district unit of the BJP, which squarely placed the blame for the attack on the ruling CPI(M), called for a dawn-to-dusk hartal on Thursday.
There is no doubt that people – especially children and the elderly – have had mauling encounters with strays that demand urgent attention. But can all be punished to death in vendetta for a few violent, possibly sick, dogs?
The death of Jishnu Pranoy has also led to a ripple effect in the state with students coming out with horrific stories of torture and harassment at the hands of private college managements.
At least three Maoists have been killed in a gunfight with the Kerala Police in the Paduka forest range of Nilambur in Malappuram district, reports said.
Kerala IAS Officers Association President Tom Jose alleged that the search warrant obtained was “not for any genuine or bonafide reason, but only to humiliate and harass me in public”.
CPI(M) in Kerala on Sunday said the BJP had raised allegations of political violence against the Marxist party only to divert public attention from the brutality being perpetrated by RSS in Kannur in north Kerala.
The Kerala government will hire fifteen boats for rescue work during the ban period.
A long summer journey led to an ancestral house in Kerala, a patch of woods and the embrace of a grandmother.
V S Achuthanandan was ignored for the chief minister’s post because of his advanced age.
A lawyer by profession, John, one of the founder members of Kerala Congress, was elected to the assembly from Kalooppara constituency four times.
Several areas in Kerala are under threat from possible floods, if the rains continue
The monsoon, which marks the beginning of the rainy season in the country, is crucial for India’s farmers