Missing woman found dead after 41 days

Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
Vidya

asargod: Missing woman’s body found after 41 days of missing in a mystifying manner near a stream at Payyanur on Monday. Vidya (32) wife of Suresh Kunhamaganala, Payyanur is the deceased person. Suresh is Gulf employee. Vidya went missing after she left her husband’s house on October 3 to pick her daughter from pre-school. She […]

Campco posts record turnover of Rs. 1,200 cr.

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
Campco

Mangalore : Central Arecanut and Cocoa Marketing and Processing Cooperative Limited (Campco) recorded a turnover of Rs. 1,200 crore during the year 2013-14, said the cooperative’s president Konkody Padmanabha. Campco’s areca nut and chocolate divisions did business of Rs. 936 crore and the cooperative was expecting a good profit, he said. Giving the break up […]

Kerala changes tack on Muslim marriage age

Thursday, June 27th, 2013
Kerala Muslim girl

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government has decided to withdraw a controversial circular that gave permission to register marriages of Muslim girls as young as 16. The state government informed the Kerala High Court that it would issue a new circular within a fortnight. The development comes in the wake of petitions by several organisations contesting the […]

Bannurmath to be Lokayukta?

Thursday, October 27th, 2011
Bannurmat

Bangalore: The Karnataka Government is said to have recommended the name of former Kerala High Court Chief Justice R S Bannurmath for the post of the Lokayukta. Sources in the government said that the 63- year-old retired judge’s name has been sent to Raj Bhavan on Wednesday. The post of the Lokayukta was vacant after […]

May 2010 Air India Boing Crash: Victims’ Families in a Quandary

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011
aircrash Victimes

Mangalore: Humiliated by a cash-starved Air India in paying adequate compensation to the bereaved families in the May 2010 Bajpe Air Crash Case, the Victims’ Families Association(VFA)has decided to approach the Supreme Court after failing to secure Rs 75 lakhs per victim, from Kerala High Court. It may be recalled that a single judge of […]

Air India goes in appeal against Kerala HC Order: Componsation hangs in balance

Saturday, August 13th, 2011
air crash

Kasaragod: The aggrieved families of the dead passengers of the being aircraft crash (as on May, 22 of 2010) ftrom Kasaragod anad Kerala, have angrily reacted in a press meet here on Saturday, to the step taken by Air India Administration to go in appeal against a Kerala High Court decree of paying Rs 75lakhs […]

Kasaragod MP welcomes KHC order on Compensation dues

Monday, July 25th, 2011
P KARUNAKARAN

Kasaragod : The Kasaragod MP in Kerala, P. Karunakaran today (July 25) Welcomed the state HC order to Air India to pay Rs75 lakhs each to the families of the (158) dead in Air Boing crash on 22 May, 2o10. Although unexpected and belated, the road clearance for payment of adequate compensation to be made […]

Air Crash Victims’ families satisfied with Kerala HC order on compensation

Thursday, July 21st, 2011
Crash Victims’ families satisfied

Mangalore:  The families (about 50) of the victims of an Air India Being crash (on 22-05-2010) who did not receive the final compensation, are happy that the Kerala HC has ordered has ordered the company (Air India) to pay Rs75 lakhs to each of the surviving families. The company had informed that many of the […]

The Temple at the town of Anantha Padmanabha in Kerala, contains a future

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
anantha padmanabha temple

Thiruvananthapuram: The capital city of Kerala is named after the god of Travancore kings who built the Anantha Padmanabha temple which has a hydra headed (100o hoods) serpent Anantha on which Lord Hari takes his naps. The king and their loyal subjects lavished their wealth on him for a thousand years. Now under court orders […]

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