BJP hartal on ‘Odiyan’ release day: Outraged Mohanlal fans troll BJP

A picture uploaded by the BJP on Thursday night of Venugopalan Nair, the man who set himself on fire at the BJP protest venue in front of the Kerala secretariat, has got 23,000 comments so far.

Kerala Dalit women to ride on bullock carts to fight for rights to enter Sabarimala

Villuvandi Yathra on December 16 is a protest to challenge the Brahmanical patriarchy, which the Dalit and tribal women believe is one of the reasons behind the Sabarimala protest against the women entry.

Death of man who set himself on fire was over personal issues, not Sabarimala: Police

However, Venugopalan Nair's brother Manikandan categorically denied this. "My brother has not given any statement to the police or the magistrate."

Kerala hartal on Friday: BJP to honour man who died after setting himself on fire

The BJP has said that all Sabarimala devotees will be exempted from the dawn-to-dusk hartal and that it would be a peaceful hartal.

KM Shaji moves Kerala HC over disqualification as MLA, claims police statement false

In his petition, Shaji claims that the pamphlet is CPI(M) plant and was handed over to the police by a local CPI(M) leader.

Kerala govt opposes Dileep plea for actor assault video, says contents could be leaked

The government petition stated that the victim herself had objected to the handing over of the visuals to Dileep, and that she had apprehensions she would be “finished off at any cost”.

‘Perumthachan’ director Thopil Ajayan passes away in Kerala

Ajayan was the son of yesteryear Malayalam theatre personality and film director Thoppil Bhasi.

Man who set himself on fire at BJP’s Sabarimala protest venue in Tvm dies

Around 2 am on Thursday, Venugopalan Nair had set himself on fire in front of the Secretariat building.

Kerala Assembly proceedings disrupted yet again, this time by ruling front MLAs

The MLAs raised an objection over Deputy Leader of Opposition MK Muneer’s calling the Women’s Wall a communal wall.

Mass murder of an Aluva family: Why SC commuted the murderer's death sentence

On 7 January, 2001, six members of a family in Aluva were killed; 17 years later, Antony, the man convicted for the crime, has got relief from the Supreme Court.