9-year-old girl Jayalakshmi from Kerela is blessed with the rare talent- the voice of a nightingale.This little girl came into limelight when a video showcasing her singing Lata Mangeshkar’s Satyam Shivam Sundaram went viral on social media.
A protest march taken out by the CPI(M)`s youth wing SFI against the UDF Government`s move to grant autonomy to several colleges in Kerala turned violent on Wednesday, resulting in injuries to some student activists and police personnel, police said.
A Fast Track Court on Wednesday sentenced three doctors and equal number of nurses besides a nursing assistant of a private hospital in the district to one year imprisonment in a case connected with the death of a woman following laparoscopic surgery in 2006.
A court here today rejected Kerala DGP (Prison) Alexander Jacob`s plea for shifting the five accused in the RMP leader TP Chandrasekharan murder case to Central Jail in Thiruvananthapuram from District Jail here, after they were found using Facebook, using mobile phones in their possession.
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy today declined to be drawn into the wordy duel between a section of Congress leaders and State Home Minister Thiruvanchur Radhakrishnan over breach of prison rules by some accused in a political murder case, lodged in Kozhikode jail.
Justice K Harilal of Kerala High Court on Tuesday recused himself from hearing a petition challenging the order of CBI Special Court in
Thiruvananthapuram, discharging CPI(M) state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan and 6 others in the SNC Lavalin case.
Kerala High Court on Monday orally observed there were indications of `manipulations` by revenue officials in the two land grabbing cases allegedly involving Salim Raj, former gunman of Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy and a thorough investigation was required.
In a marathon over 13-hour sitting, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy sanctioned Rs 2.34 crore as assistance to petitions received from people at his District Mass Contact Programme here, which ended in the wee hours of Sunday.
Kerala government has worked out schemes to help expatriates who return from Saudi Arabia due to implementation of new labour law `Nitaqat` which mandates companies to hire locals, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said here on Wednesday.