Kerala police officer may be suspended for cheating in exam

A day after Kerala`s senior police officer T.J. Jose was caught cheating in LL.M exams, he is facing a possible suspension from service and being debarred to appear in university examinations for a certain period.

Gulf returnee held for sexually abusing minor daughter in Kerala

A 40-year-old Gulf returnee has been arrested here for allegedly sexually abusing his 10-year-old daughter, police said.

Crime Branch police to probe Kerala Assembly ruckus

The Crime Branch wing of Kerala Police would investigate the case related March 13 ruckus in the state Assembly and damage caused to properties in the House, Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said on Tuesday.

Toddler gets stuck in pot, rescued by fire personnel in Kerala

A one-and-half-year-old girl child got stuck inside an aluminium pot while playing and was rescued after it was cut open using a hydraulic cutter here, police said on Monday.

Inform all airports not to harass Sarah Thomas: HC to RPO

The Madras High Court on Thursday directed the concerned authorities to inform all airport authorities not to harass Sarah Thomas, an NRI from Dubai, detained by immigration officials here in a case of mistaken identity, lodged in prison and later handed over to Kerala Police.

Police step up search for Maoists in Wayanad forests

Kerala police on Monday stepped up search for suspected Maoists who had fled to the forests after exchanging fire with the police in Wayanad district.

Former national volleyball player Udayakumar no more
Former national volleyball player Udayakumar no more

K Udayakumar, who represented India in national and international volleyball tournaments during the 1980s, died here today, family sources said.

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.

College magazine puts PM Modi in list of most cruel people, case filed

The Kerala police have registered a case against the editorial team of a college magazine which placed Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a list of the world`s most cruel people, a police official said Tuesday.

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.

Kerala district leads in enforcing anti-tobacco laws

A Kerala district, known to be a bidi manufacturing hub, leads in enforcing tobacco control law in the state, says police.

Four-year old killed by mother`s paramour

In a shocking incident, a four-year- old girl was allegedly murdered by the paramour of her mother, who later admitted to abetting the crime at nearby Chottanikara.

Two convicted for making fake passports

A special CBI court here has convicted two persons in a fake passport case and sentenced them to three years rigorous imprisonment with a fine of Rs 10,000 each.

No threat to Chandy: Congress

Congress Wednesday saw no threat to Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy despite being questioned by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the solar panel scam.

Cops in trouble for asking bribe from colleagues in disguise

A sub-inspector and two policemen have been placed under suspension after they demanded bribe from three police personnel.

Bitty Mohanty handed over to Rajasthan police

A Kerala police team handed over former Odisha police chief`s son Bitti Mohanty, who jumped parole in 2006 while serving a sentence here for raping a German tourist, to local jail authorities in Jaipur.

Marines` ship was lured into Indian waters: Italian minister

Hoping for a quick solution to the issue of the marines, Italian Deputy Foreign Minister Steffan De Mistura blamed the Kerala Police for luring their ship into Indian waters.

Bitti Mohanty brought back to Kannur from Rajasthan

A Kerala Police team had taken German woman rape case convict Bitti Mohanty to Rajasthan for gathering evidence.

Kerala police returns after establishing Bitti`s identity

After completing the identification process of German woman rape case convict Bitti Mohanty, the team of Kerala police, which was in Rajasthan for past two days, has returned back.

Kerala police finds ‘Raghav Rajan`s’ certificates forged

The Kerala Police on Friday found that certificates from Class X to B Tech of Raghav Rajan, alleged to be rape convict Bitihotra Mohanty, from three Odisha educational institutions were forged.