Profile of Minu Ittyipe
Not so very long ago, Sabarimala would have been an unknown entity outside Kerala. Now, this debate over gender bristles with implications on a host of questions relating to society, politics, law and religion across India.
The BJP in Kerala has been in the news ever since the Supreme Court verdict on Sabarimala temple.
Crackle! Where trotters tantalise the tongue: the rise and rise of Angamaly’s porcine cuisine
The Sabarimala and Franco fiascos are emblematic of the patriarchy’s resistance to women’s rights
While in progressive Kerala, in the worst form of misogyny, films have been announced with the accused Dileep in the lead role and, in what seems to be like rubbing salt into the survivor’s wounds, AMMA has been trying to reverse the expulsion of Dileep time and again.
UN award fails to hide Cochin airport’s shaky foundations
The “Champions of the Earth” is the highest environmental honour awarded by the United Nations.
A nun had alleged that the bishop of Jalandhar, Franco Mulakkal, 54, had confined and raped her several times between 2014 and 2016 at a convent in Kuruvilangad.
Kerala has never been torn asunder by riots, but a simmering, low-grade animus between communities keeps its social mosaic under strain.
After years of defending the church, Fr Thelakat, former spokesperson of the Syro-Malabar Catholic church, is now asking for greater reforms.
The five nuns taking to the streets of Kochi in their religious garb, for the first time in India, crying for justice and calling for the arrest of Bishop Franco Mulakkal, is seen as a fight of the meek and pious against the rich and powerful clergy: a David and Goliath moment.
Rumours fly as a nun’s allegation of rape by a bishop makes little headway
Was the deluge so terrible because of poor planning and meddling with nature? Environmental concerns must come to the fore as Kerala rebuilds.
When fear had paralysed Kozhikode, a doctor buried Nipah victims himself
A collective of women artistes in Malayalam seeks to fight patriarchy
Epidemic alert as Nipah virus hits Kerala and a nurse is martyred in the line of duty
The third pole of Kerala politics lurches again ahead of the crucial Chengannur bypoll
The outbreak of Nipah virus in Kerala has so far claimed six lives, while 60 people are under observation.
This biopic of V.P. Sathyan, Kerala’s and India’s football team captain in the ’90s, injects a dose of adrenaline into the veins of a resurgent Kerala
Cyclone Ockhi: 29 Kerala fishermen dead and 130 still missing. An indifferent bureaucracy bears the blame.
If a film's fate is decided by a minister arbitrarily, let us not call it democracy, says Malayalam film director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan.
Corruption, sleaze defined a regime that Kerala had voted out. Now another Chandy & Co keeps the headlines rolling.