Profile of Siddharth Premkumar
Asianet News Editor M.G. Radhakrishnan, in an exclusive interview with Outlook, responds to the allegations by CPI(M) and shares his thoughts on how the boycott by the party will play out.
A former diplomat says whoever was behind the smuggling had an unwarranted level of confidence that the customs officers would clear the bag, and it is for the investigators to uncover the person.
25 commandos from state’s Special Armed Police have been roped in to enforce district wide ‘triple lockdown’ in Covid-hit coastal village.
As a prominent woman public figure, especially one that dared to disturb the ancien regime, what Gowri Amma had to endure was misogynistic putdowns—a whole history of them, in fact.
Undeterred by loss of top aide, and the Opposition's demand for his resignation, Kerala CM calls for independent inquiry in the gold smuggling case.
Their dreams gutted by the coronavirus, lakhs return from the Middle-East only to stare at an uncertain future. Here's the story of the Non-Resident Keralites
Kerala received Rs 85,092 crore as remittances (March 2018), accounting for 35 per cent of the state's GDP. The nursing brigade has changed the Kerala's society and economy
Despite the early COVID-19 scare, the traditionally staggered paddy cultivation pattern went uninterrupted after workforce attrition was tackled by bringing labour from other districts
Even as the peak season is set to begin –- since the fruit is always in high demand during the Ramzaan -- truckloads of GI-tagged Vazhakulam pineapples sit rotting outside Delhi, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Gujarat – the traditional markets in the post-winter months.
Barely half a year into her career at Government TD Medical College Hospital in Alleppey, Mridula was tasked with the biggest duty of her life as a nurse
Even as six new cases of COVID-19 were identified in neighbouring Pathanamthitta district, devotees participated in the annual Attukal Pongala festival.
A seven-hour high-speed train journey and then the flight to Calcutta, every minute was heart-stopping. Back in Kerala, then the frustration of isolation
Biriyani Films counters the misappropriation of our fave food
Organised by the ruling LDF, the chain extended from the town square in northern Kasargod to the border town of Kaliyakkavilai in the south.
An FIR has also been lodged against the organisers and participants of the seminar where the fracas took place.
Over the past couple of years, activists say, a series of high-profile cases—running the gamut from suspected electoral fraud and false FIRs to unlawful detention, torture and alleged extrajudicial killings—point to a nexus between political leaders of all ideological hues and the police.
Prasanth Nair is an IAS officer and his idea of linking tourism to a old bungalow generated revenue for meals
Will it see the light of day before the Kerala Assembly polls in 2021? Will the law solve all the issues of the Christian faithful?
Activists urge discretion but women's rights groups in Kerala are trying to facilitate requests to visit Sabarimala shrine from all over India
Kerala's most famous magician Gopinath Muthukad won the Merlin award in 2011. PC Sorcar (Jr), Gopinath's one-time guru, was the first Indian to win this 'Oscar' of magic
Months of intrigue culminated in what amounted to a damp squib on Monday as heavy rains lashed the state and disrupted voter turnout in several areas where around 9.5 lakh people were eligible to cast the ballot.
A 2017 Supreme Court order has revived an old turf war between Kerala's Malankara Orthodox and Jacobite churches over worship and burial rights
Murders by poisoning and a female ‘serial killer’, with dollops of scandal, are riveting Kerala