Even as the Kerala government made a grim announcement on Monday that the state was “drought-hit”, its cattle sheds have taken the first blow. Besides the shortfall of 2 lakh litres of cow milk per day, the state has star
A newly-developed natural rubber (NR) clone, specific for the North-East’s climate, will be the highlight of the India meet of ANRPC (Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries) in mid-October. Union minister for com
Even as Gujarat emerges as the first state to distribute 2 crore LED (light emitting diode) bulbs, the Kerala government is considering replacing the traditional welcome, done with a bouquet of flowers, with an equivalent clu
Three Romanian nationals have been identified as prime suspects in the hi-tech bank fraud cases involving SBI and SBT ATMs in Thiruvananthapuram even as several bank customers have lost lakhs of rupees.
The ground preparation for the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation's two elevated light metro rail projects in Kerala is set to begin in a month or two, especially the one in state capital Thiruvananthapuram.
Marxist economist and Kerala state planning board's former vice-chairman Prabhat Patnaik has also joined the debate over the appointment of Harward economist Gita Gopinath as advisor to Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has submited to the Kerala government a detailed project report for a high-speed railway line that will trim the travel time from Kannur to Thiruvananthapuram from 12 hours to just 120
Food items like pizzas, burgers, doughnuts, pasta, and bread-fillings served in branded fast-food chains like McDonald’s, Dominos, Pizza Hut and Subway, among others, are likely to see the new tax imposed on them.
Kerala is pumping Rs 100 crore for market intervention in coconut industry, alarmed by the rapid drop in prices. In all coconut-producing states, including Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, prices have fallen
The CPI(M)-led LDF government has pulled up its socks to get work on the Kochi Metro rail cracking, underscoring the target of having the $770-million Phase I of the project commissioned on March 2017.
The country's natural rubber (NR) production in 2015-16 has dropped by 13%. According to the latest statistics culled together by Rubber Board of India, the NR imports in the last fiscal spiralled up by 3%.
Kerala, which had been leaning on neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Karnataka for its vegetables/fruits to the tune of about R1,500-crore per year, has managed to pep up its domestic vegetable production by 64%.
Amid growing demand for ban on temple fireworks display in Kerala in the wake of Kollam tragedy, the Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) that manages as many as 1,255 temples in the state has refused to say no to such display in