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Kerala cop booked for murder found dead, suicide suspected

It was alleged that Harikumar deliberately pushed the youth in front of the vehicle even after the parking issue was solved.

Senior priest of Chengannur Diocese Thomas Mar Athanasios dies after falling from train

Police suspect that the senior priest, who was travelling from Gujarat, fell after being hit by the door of the compartment as he was preparing to alight at Ernakulam junction a few minutes away. 

Meet Saseendra, first woman in Kerala to drive CM’s vehicle during passing-out parade

On Tuesday, Saseendra became the first woman in Kerala to drive the official vehicle of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan as he took the salute at a passing-out parade at the Ramavarmapuram Police Academy in Thrissur.

Hindu Pakistan: BJP activists threatened to kill me, claims Shashi Tharoor after attack on his Kerala office

Shashi Tharoor said the BJP youth wing activists also drove away the locals who were waiting with their petitions outside and even tied a banner saying “Hindu Pakistan” office.

Kerala to get official song; Govt sets up panel

The cabinet set up the expert panel months after Vijayan, at a function, had said Kerala should have its own official song which could be sung for government and other public functions.

Kerala: Four CPI(M) workers, three BJP workers injured in clashes

The injured have been admitted to hospitals in Mattanur and Thalassery. The condition of one of the CPI(M) is said to be serious. It is being verified who started off the clash, a senior police official said.

Nissan’s digital hub to drive up Kerala’s ease of doing business rankings

The company is looking at providing 500 direct jobs by the end of April 2019 with indirect employment also raised through its partner agencies.

The hearing-impaired woman entrepreneur who wowed the audience at ‘Huddle Kerala’ conclave

Theertha, co-founder of the startup ‘Sign NEXT’, wants to talk and communicate more effectively to the deaf people across the country and make them part of the mainstream conversation.

Kerala Governor withholds Bill regularising medical college admissions

The Bill was meant to regularise the illegal admission of 180 students to two private medical colleges in the state in the academic year 2016-17.

Kerala brings out SOP for brain death certification

The move comes in the wake of a high court order last year, which directed the health department to take extra care in certification of brain deaths and ensure that hospitals stuck to highest standards of medical ethics.

Kerala not to forgo additional tax revenue on petro products

Condemning the stand taken by the left government, the UDF opposition wanted it to take a "humanitarian" approach rather than speaking on technicalities on the issue.