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Kerala SSLC Results 2017, DHSE Kerala SSLC Results 2017, Kerala Board Class 10 Results 2017 likely to be announced on May 4
Kerala SSLC Results 2017, DHSE Kerala SSLC Results 2017, Kerala Board Class 10 Results 2017 likely to be announced on May 4

Kerala Board SSLC Class 10th Examination Results 2017, Kerala Results 2017 will be made available on official website: keralaresults.nic.in, keralapareekshabhavan.in, kerala.gov.in.

Remonetisation has not solved currency shortage: Kerala FM T M Thomas Isaac

Kerala government today said the remonetisation process of the Centre has not resolved the currency shortage felt in the state and demanded that the union government correct its policy.

Will take appropriate decision on SC order on Senkumar's reinstatement: Kerala CM
Will take appropriate decision on SC order on Senkumar's reinstatement: Kerala CM

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday said the government cannot implement the Supreme Court order immediately on reinstating T P Senkumar as DGP and it will take an appropriate decision after considering all matters related to the issue.

Congress has strength to bounce back, says AK Antony

Senior Congress leader AK Antony on Sunday asserted the party has the strength to bounce back and said everyone wanted it to lead the battle against communal forces in the country.

Abu Tahir, suspected Al Qaeda recruit from Kerala, killed in Syria in attack by US
Abu Tahir, suspected Al Qaeda recruit from Kerala, killed in Syria in attack by US

A resident of Kerala's Palghat, who was suspected to have joined Al Qaeda, was killed in Syria in an attack by the U.S.

Kerala CM Vijayan yet to reinstate Senkumar as police chief
Kerala CM Vijayan yet to reinstate Senkumar as police chief

The Vijayan government removed Senkumar in 2016 after a public outcry over alleged mishandling of a temple fire tragedy and a murder case.
 

India's first digitalised Panchayat ward in Kerala

A ward in the district on Saturday became India's first digitalised panchayat ward.

Fresh trouble for MM Mani as Kerala HC speaks tough

Even while Kerala`s ruling CPI-M has publicly censured State Power Minister MM Mani for his "loose tongue" and the Congress-led UDF have been demanding his resignation for his remarks on women plantation workers, the Kerala High Court on Friday spoke tough, noting it was a grave mistake on the part of Mani to use such words.

Foreign currencies worth Rs 1.20 cr seized from AI passenger at Kozhikode airport

A Dubai-bound passenger was arrested on charges of attempting to smuggle foreign currencies worth Rs 1.20 crore, at the international airport here, DRI officials said today

Kerala assembly disrupted for second day over mm Mani's resignation

The Kerala assembly on Wednesday was disrupted for the second consecutive day as Congress-led opposition demanded Power Minister MM Mani`s resignation for his controversial remarks on women plantation workers.

Kerala High Court moved for probe into minister's 'anti-women remarks'

A state native moved the Kerala High Court on Tuesday seeking a court-monitored probe into the alleged "sexually loaded statements" made by Power Minister M M Mani, who has strongly refuted the accusations.

Opposition demands MM Mani's resignation; Vijayan rules it out

Kerala Power Minister MM Mani on Saturday night had reportedly used abusive words about women plantation workers.

IPS officer Senkumar hails SC order; Ker govt awaits judgement copy

The Kerala government today said it would take the further course of action after getting the copy of the Supreme Court judgement directing reinstatement of senior IPS officer T P Senkumar as DGP.

Let them die in bombing, what they're doing is not Islamic, says father whose son left Kerala to join ISIS

On April 19, a top Home Ministry official had said that the Central government had received no information regarding death of any Indian when the 'Mother Of All Bombs' was dropped on an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan.

Kerala Power Minister MM Mani says he will resign if CPI(M) asks for it

Kerala Power Minister and senior CPI(M) leader M M Mani, whose remarks against women plantation workers triggered a row, today said he was prepared to resign if asked by the party.

Supreme Court directs Kerala govt to reinstate former DGP TP Senkumar
Supreme Court directs Kerala govt to reinstate former DGP TP Senkumar

In a setback to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, the Supreme Court directed the Kerala government to restore the services of DGP TP Senkumar after noting that his removal was arbitrary.

Kerala minister draws ire for calling IAS officer 'mad'

Kerala Power Minister MM Mani has drawn ire for calling an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer "mad", authorities said on Sunday.

Kerala: BJP raps Power Minister, backs 'courageous' Devikulam Sub-Collector
Kerala: BJP raps Power Minister, backs 'courageous' Devikulam Sub-Collector

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday took on Kerala Power Minister MM Mani for his derogatory remark directed at Devikulam Sub-Collector Sriram Venkitaraman and said that the people are behind the 'courageous' officer, who has been heading the anti-encroachment drive in Idukki district.

CPI leader hits out at Pinarayi Vijayan's ''I am the state'' attitude

The already strained relations between the two Communist parties in Kerala has taken a turn for the worse with a senior CPI leader hitting out at Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

Probe begins to verify if women entered Sabarimala temple

State Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran on Tuesday told media that a probe has begun into reports that a few women worshipped at Kerala`s famous Sabarimala temple last week.

Supreme Court asks Kerala to clean water tanks at Padmanabhaswamy temple

The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted two months to Kerala Water Authority (KWA) to clean up two water tanks at the historic Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala.

IUML retains Lok Sabha seat from Malappuram, calls it 'secular' win

IUML legislator PK Kunhalikutty was on Monday elected to the Lok Sabha from Malappuram in Kerala by a margin of 171,023 lakh votes. The winner called it a victory for "secular politics".

Photos of young women in Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa Temple: Kerala govt orders probe

The Kerala government has ordered an inquiry into photographs circulating on social media, purportedly showing some women in the Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa Temple despite a ban on their entry.

Malappuram by-poll results 2017: IUML's PK Kunhalikutty wins by 1.7 lakh votes, says `literate Kerala voted for secular politics`
Malappuram by-poll results 2017: IUML's PK Kunhalikutty wins by 1.7 lakh votes, says `literate Kerala voted for secular politics`

With 5,15,330 votes, Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) strongman and sitting legislator PK Kunhalikutty won with the margin of 1,71,023 lakh votes.

71.33 per cent polling in Malappuram Lok Sabha bypoll

A total of 71.33 per cent of voting has been recorded in the bypoll for Malappuram Lok Sabha seat in Kerala, held here yesterday, according to Chief Electoral Officer.

Over 68% turnout in Kerala bypoll, no untoward incident

Over 68 per cent turnout was recorded in the bypoll to the Malappuram Lok Sabha constituency in Kerala on Wednesday and could still go up as many voters were still in the queues when polling ended officially.

About 71 per cent polling recorded in Malappuram

About 71 per cent voting was recorded today in the bypoll for Malappuram Lok Sabha seat in Kerala with the exercise passing off peacefully.

Kannur airport to change face of north Kerala

The upcoming Kannur International Airport after its inauguration in September will change the face of north Kerala,

Malappuram Lok Sabha constituency bypoll: 12% voting recorded till 9 am
Malappuram Lok Sabha constituency bypoll: 12% voting recorded till 9 am

About 12% polling was recorded in the first two hours of the Malappuram Lok Sabha constituency bypoll that began at 7 am on Wednesday.

Malayalam compulsory in Kerala schools: Pinarayi Vijayan govt brings out ordinance
Malayalam compulsory in Kerala schools: Pinarayi Vijayan govt brings out ordinance

Kerala Government on Tuesday promulgated an ordinance making Malayalam a compulsory subject in all schools in the state up to Class X.