Kerala girl suffers head injury as bike hits her near college campus

A 19-year-old girl student suffered serious head injuries after she was hit by a speeding bike near the college campus.

Kerala civic poll results: Left on winning track, UDF trails
Kerala civic poll results: Left on winning track, UDF trails

The Left opposition on Saturday surged ahead in the Kerala civic polls, while the ruling Congress-led UDF was on the back foot, initial trends showed. 

Soldier kills self in Jammu

A soldier shot himself with his service rifle late Thursday inside a barrack in Jammu, police said.

Kerala government meeting discusses stray dogs' menace

Faced with the menace of stray dogs and dog bite cases in Kerala, the state government held a meeting on Tuesday to discuss the problem and find ways to overcome it.

LDF hartal total in Kerala, stray incidents reported
LDF hartal total in Kerala, stray incidents reported

The dawn to dusk hartal called by CPI(M)-led LDF Opposition to protest against the violence in the Kerala Assembly on budget presentation day hit normal life on Saturday but was by and large peaceful, except for some stray incidents of stone throwing.

Post-Tsunami: Kerala villages wait for sea walls a decade after

It has been a decade since a terrifying tsunami tore through Kerala's coastal districts of Kollam and Alappuzha and killed 170 people. Contruction of sea walls to protect the people began promptly but is still going on at a snail's pace.

30 Christians 'convert' to Hinduism, Kerala govt orders probe
30 Christians 'convert' to Hinduism, Kerala govt orders probe

A report about 35 people getting converted to Hinduism Sunday would be probed by a senior police official, Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said.

Science Express to be in Thrissur and Kollam

An innovative exhibition on wheels-- Science express Biodiversity special train, which will showcase the exceptional biodiversity of India, will be in Thrissur from November 24-26.

Kerala CPI(M) admits organisational lapses during LS polls

CPI(M) in Kerala on Friday admitted that some "organisational lapses" had spoiled the chances of LDF candidates in some of the seats in the state in the Lok Sabha polls earlier this year.

70 kids fall sick after gas leak from Kerala factory

Seventy children were on Thursday hospitalised as they took ill after allegedly inhaling `smoke` emanating from a plant of state-owned Kerala Minerals and Metals Limited (KMML) at Chavara near Kollam, prompting authorities to temporarily shut it down.

CPI-M activist arrested for defaming Modi on Facebook

A CPI-M youth activist was Tuesday arrested for defaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi on social media Facebook, said a police official.

Kerala Police`s moral policing questioned, cops justify action

Political parties Saturday criticised the Kerala Police for holding up a couple at a police station all night, but without any charge. Police, however, said they were detained for giving conflicting answers.

Exorcist arrested for death of woman

A 45-year-old man was on Monday arrested for allegedly causing the death of a woman by performing exorcism at Karunagapalli near here.

RSP MP`s house stoned in Kerala, parties deplore attack

Unidentified persons pelted stones at the house of newly-elected RSP MP NK Premachandran here but none was injured, even as party leaders alleged that it appeared to be a handiwork of "political rivals."

Stones pelted at Kollam MP`s house in Kerala

Miscreants pelted stones on Kollam Lok Sabha member NK Premachandran`s house here and pasted posters threatening him.

Defeated CPI-M Politburo member not to resign Assembly membership

CPI-M in Kerala today scotched speculations that party Politburo member M A Baby might resign his Assembly membership in the wake of his defeat in the Kollam Lok Sabha seat.

Five held for trying to sell antique petromax in Kollam

Five men, suspected to be part of an antique racket, were arrested here Monday for trying to sell a petromax with markings showing it as made by the East India company centuries back.

RSP threatens to contest Kollam seat on its own

Simmering discontent in Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP) in Kerala over denial of Kollam seat by CPI(M) reached flashpoint with RSP firming its plan to field a candidate against LDF`s nominee.

Idea of secular India under threat: Sonia Gandhi in Kerala

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi kicked off the party`s Lok Sabha poll campaign in Kerala, saying the upcoming elections are crucial to defend national ideals like unity and secularism.

Swetha Menon met Chandy, told him about Kollam incident

Actress Swetha Menon Sunday said she met Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and informed him about the Kollam incident earlier this month when a COngress MP allegedly groped her.