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After literacy, Kerala tops in crime rate

New Delhi: In an unwelcome news, Kerala is on top of the crime-prone state, ahead of Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. The latest figures of the National Crime Bureau show Kerala is most affected by crime and Kochi is the most dangerous city. The figures, compiled till 2010, have compared incidents of crime with the population […]

June 24th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Kerala to proceed with radio-collaring of elephants

KOCHI: Kerala plans to go ahead with the project to fit radio-collars on elephants, as part of efforts to reduce man-animal conflict. The state is going ahead with the plan, despite the setback faced by a similar initiative in the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu. “We have a success story behind us. One of theelephants we had collared last […]

June 24th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Lorry owners’ body threatens to suspend operations to Kerala

The State Lorry Owners’ Federation – Tamil Nadu (SLOFTN) has threatened to suspend the operation of 4,500 trucks to Kerala if the government of that State does not drop its proposal to construct dams across rivers that bring water from Kerala to Tamil Nadu. Federation president K. Nallathambi said in a statement here on Saturday […]

June 24th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Kerala Govt bids to settle wage issue in nursing sector

The State government is trying to find a middle path to solving the issues concerned with payment of minimum wages in the nursing sector. The labour minister Mr Shibu Baby John informed the State Assembly that efforts were on to find a way for implementing recommendations made to this effect. NURSES’ UNREST The minister’s comments […]

June 20th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Priority to Attapady development: Chandy

Nodal officer to coordinate activities Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Tuesday said that his government would give priority to the development of Attapady tribal belt, with special emphasis on appointment of a nodal officer to coordinate the functioning of various departments. The Chief Minister made this statement after receiving a report submitted by Kerala Pradesh […]

June 20th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Kerala to pay more to buy paddy from farmers

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Centre’s move to wrest the authority to fix price of fertilizers with the manufacturers has not gone down well with the state government. Chief minister Oommen Chandy on Tuesday expressed concern that the Centre’s decision will increase the financial burden of farmers in the state. He told the assembly that the government is planning to […]

June 20th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Australia promises participation in ‘Emerging Kerala’ event

The envoy said that Australia’s private sector has expertise and capabilities in the ten focus sectors identified for showcasing at Emerging Kerala 2012. THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JUNE 18: Australia has welcomed the Emerging Kerala Global Connect initiative as an opportunity to strengthen engagement with the State in a number of sectors. According to Mr Peter Varghese, High […]

June 18th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Kerala HC judge sets an example

KOCHI, JUNE 18: Unfazed by incessant rain, a judge of the Kerala High Court armed with a spade cleared the slush that was causing water-logging in a residential area here, much to the surprise of other residents who remained mere spectators. Justice Thothathil B. Radhakrishnan got into the act yesterday, after the Kochi Corporation failed […]

June 18th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Two Kerala nuns killed in Ghana road accident

KOCHI: Two nuns of Kerala-based Holy Family Congregation died, and two others were injured in a bus accident at Kordiabe in Ghana in West Africa on Sunday night, according to information received here on Monday morning . The Congregation authorities here gave the names of the deceased as Sister Annie Elvina (67) and sister Kripa Paul (36). The injured […]

June 18th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

Kerala: CPM member displays teargas grenade in Assembly

Thiruvananthapuram: A senior CPI(M) member created a flutter in the Kerala Assembly on Monday by displaying two teargas grenades, allegedly used by police to disperse a student protest in Thiruvananthapuram last week. Speaker G Karthikeyan and Home Minister Thiruvanchur Radkahrishnan took strong exception to the conduct of EP Jayarajan, who exhibited the grenades while accusing police […]

June 18th, 2012 | Posted in Kerala News | Read More »

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