Section

Kerala

Kerala Agricultural Officers Assoc holds fair to help flood-hit farmers sell products

Products of farmers from about 30 panchayats in Ernakulam district are being displayed at the fair, which will end on Monday.

6 more bodies found in Kavalappara landslide as search continues in Malappuram

Ground Penetrating Radars or GPRS used to detect bodies hidden under the debris at Kavalappara failed to help due to the high presence of water in the region.

How landless villagers got their land decades ago before Kerala landslides took it away

The royal family of Nilambur Kovilakkam had given away 1,000 acres of land to the landless tribals, which was officially handed over by Jawaharlal Nehru on December 27, 1955.

Did Kochi Metro yard construction on paddy fields cause surrounding homes to flood?

About hundreds of houses at Choornikkara gram panchayat near Aluva were flooded in the recent rains, forcing about 400 residents to shift to relief camps.

Autistic child allegedly sexually abused by Kerala teacher, school gets defensive

A case has been registered against the teacher, who is absconding.

Doctors caution against fungal infections at relief camps post Kerala floods

While many adults had skin infections between toes, children have been showing signs of invasive fungal infections such as respiratory infections.

Meet 'Eli Kutty', American woman on Instagram who's learning and teaching Malayalam

Elizabeth decided to use Instagram to learn Malayalam and get feedback from Malayalis, when she found no other resource to pick up the language.

Kerala rains: No cancellation of Onam examinations, says general education dept

The Director of General Education Jeevan Babu said that all students who lost their school books will receive new ones by Aug 19.

Their homes destroyed by landslides, many in Kerala relief camps have nowhere to go

While in Kavalappara, a decision on finding shelters for the people in camps has not yet been taken, the government is trying to shift flood victims to schools and other government buildings in Puthumala.

How fake news unfairly branded Omanakuttan, helper at Kerala relief camp, as a cheat

Omanakuttan had collected Rs 70 to pay off an auto rickshaw in which rice was brought for the camp, but unverified reports had first led to him being suspended.