Shafeeq Alingal

Nipah turns out to be the damper for Gulf Malayali's Eid plans this summer

With the fear of second wave of Nipah outbreak,Gulf countries continue to issue advisories against travelling to Kerala. Health ministries have released special directions to travellers.

05 Jun 2018

Nipah threat may delay Gulf Malayali's Eid plans this summer

Malayalis residing in the Gulf have been cancelling flight tickets to Kerala in the wake of the Nipah Virus outbreak.

05 Jun 2018

In click-crazy Kerala, ministers give hashtags a miss

It’s the stuff of legend. The provocateur Malayalees have ruled the cyber world with their querulous hashtags, wisecrack memes and piquant trolls.

16 Feb 2017

Kaalapoottu may get Kerala government approval

A ban was imposed on the traditional sport following an order of the Supreme Court on May 7, 2014.

30 Jan 2017

Hopes of kaalapoottu revival rekindles in Kerala after Tamil Nadu's jallikattu victory

Taking a cue from the stand taken by Tamil Nadu in favour of jallikkattu, the kaalapoottu lovers are all set to revive their favourite sport.

29 Jan 2017

Palakkad reaps benefits of Railway-private partnership

The Railways’ move to bring about development by incorporating private parties has yielded results in the Palakkad division.

24 Jan 2017

Kaalapoottu fans ride piggyback on TN's chorus for PCA Act changes

The ongoing protests in Tamil Nadu demanding amendments to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PCA) Act have brought cheer to the lovers of Kaalapoottu.

23 Jan 2017

Salinity ingress posing threat to wells in Kozhikode

The depletion in groundwater level has resulted in seepage of salt water from sea and rivers into wells in Kozhikode.

22 Jan 2017

Clinical cut: Doctors stare at educated unemployment 

Medical profession is one of the most sought after job segments in the state. But that may change soon.

05 Jan 2017

Kerala muslim woman teaches language of unity

Behind Rasiya Mohammedkutty’s highly conservative, purdah-clad appearance exists a mouldbreaker. She takes Sanskrit classes for 96 students at Mother’s Institute at Edappal in Malappuram.

18 Dec 2016

Clinical way to boost tourism

With medical tourism still thriving in Kerala, all is not lost for its conking tourism sector. The state has seen a  20 per cent rise in tourists seeking medical care.

18 Dec 2016

Rasiya teaches the language of unity

Behind Rasiya Mohammedkutty’s highly conservative, purdahclad appearance exists a mouldbreaker. She takes Sanskrit classes for 96 students at Mother’s Institute at Edappal in Malappuram. Rasiya’s thou

14 Dec 2016

Rising Indo-Pak tension has a paan Kerala Impact

Strained relations between India and Pakistan have come as a bolt from the blue for a group of farmers in Tirur, Malappuram district.

04 Dec 2016

Private hospitals close doors on the HIV hit

Stigma and discrimination, associated with HIV-infected persons, are still persistent even among health workers.

25 Nov 2016