No action after four years of Kerala boat tragedy

Four years after an ill-fated boat sank in the Thekkady wild life reserve in Kerala, killing 45 tourists, the crime branch of the Kerala Police is yet to submit the final chargesheet to the court.

Thekkady boat tragedy: Probe report gathers dust

The Justice (retd) E Moideen Kunju Commission probed the Thekkady boat tragedy that left 45 dead this day three years ago.

Chidambaram, family in Thekkady

Security has been tightened in and around the area in view
of Chidamabaram`s visit.

Thekkady boat mishap: One more accused granted bail

Kerala High Court on Wednesday granted bail
to M Mathew, Chief Inspector of boats, another accused in the
case relating to the Thekkady boat mishap in which 45 persons
perished on September 30.

Thekkady tragedy: Chief inspector of boats arrested

Kerala`s chief inspector of
Boats, M Mathews, was today arrested for issuing `worthiness`
certificate without following due procedures to the boat
which capsized in Thekkady lake in which 45 tourists were
drowned.

Driver, assistant arrested in Thekkady boat tragedy

The driver of the boat that capsized last week in the lake in Thekkady killing 45 people has been arrested along with his assistant, police said on Monday.

Overcrowding, innate problems behind Kerala boat mishap: Cops

The tourist boat that capsized in a lake here on Wednesday, leading to the loss of 45 lives, was overcrowded and also had inherent problems, according to a Kerala police officer probing the tragedy.

Kerala boat tragedy: Toll mounts to 44, driver suspended

The toll in the Thekkady tourist boat tragedy mounted to 44 on Saturday with rescuers recovering the bodies of a woman and two children.

Search for bodies in Kerala lake continues

Indian Navy divers resumed the search for missing people in the Thekkady lake Friday as slippers and scattered bits of clothing floated in the placid waters, mute remnants of the boat capsize that killed 41 tourists.