Thousands pay last respects to Dheeraj

Thousands pay last respects to Dheeraj

TALIPARAMBA: Thousands of people gathered at Idukki Govt Engineering College and during the funeral procession to pay last respects to SFI activist Dheeraj Rajendran who was stabbed on Monday. Family members, relatives and others struggled to hold back their tears as Dheeraj’s body was brought to his home ‘Adwaitham’ in Taliparamba at around midnight 12.30. […]

I watch spelling and grammar of my life; no more comments: Kerala Uni VC responds to Governor

I watch spelling and grammar of my life; no more comments: Kerala Uni VC responds to Governor

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala University Vice-Chancellor Prof VP Mahadevan Pillai on Tuesday ended his silence on the D Litt controversy. Responding to the Governor’s attack, Pillai said that he does not “consider the humane nature of having a shaky hand when one’s mind is troubled as shameful.” On Monday, Governor Arif Mohammad Khan had said that he […]

Omicron: 2 train passengers test +ve, Kerala on verge of community spread

Omicron: 2 train passengers test +ve, Kerala on verge of community spread

Kollam: Two people who arrived at Kollam from Tamil Nadu on trains have tested positive for the Omicron variant of COVID-19, thus spiking the chances for community spread in the state. The Omicron variant was detected in two people who arrived in Guruvayur-Chennai-Egmore Express and Tirunelveli-Palakkad- Palaruvi Express. So far, only returnees from foreign countries […]

No PM photo on vaccine certificates in poll-bound states

No PM photo on vaccine certificates in poll-bound states

New Delhi: Covid vaccine certificates in the five poll-bound states will not have Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s picture because of the Model Code of Conduct that has come into place. A Health Ministry said that the ministry will apply some filters on the CoWIN platform to exclude picture of the Prime Minister from Covid certificates […]

Breach in PM’s security: SC to take up matter on Monday

Breach in PM’s security: SC to take up matter on Monday

New Delhi: The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on Monday a plea on the recent breach in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s security in Punjab. On January, the prime minister’s convoy was stranded on a flyover due to a blockade by protesters in Ferozepur after which he returned from poll-bound Punjab without attending the planned […]

Mother Teresa charity in India gets back access to foreign funds

Mother Teresa charity in India gets back access to foreign funds

Kolkata: The Indian government renewed permission for late Catholic nun Mother Teresa’s charity to receive foreign funds, weeks after rejecting it, the organisation said Saturday. On Christmas Day the Narendra Modi government moved to cut off foreign funding to the Missionaries of Charity and refused to renew its licence under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act […]