Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has won the United Nation's Public Service Award for his Mass Contact Programme, which saw him directly engaging with people in the state to address their grievances.
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy is under pressure from various quarters to re-induct former state forests and sports minister K.B. Ganesh Kumar into his cabinet.
Setting at rest speculation of an impending cabinet reshuffle of the UDF ministry which entered its third year in office, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Monday made it clear such an exercise was not in the agenda.
For years, the cricketing world knew Sreesanth as a temperamental bowler who also sledged aggressively. On Thursday, it watched as Sreesanth threw in the towel on his cricketing career after damning revelations that he was in league with bookies, taking money to spot fix matches. While the BCCI will wait for the allegations to be proven before it takes a decision on the speedster's career, back home in Kerala, the news has left behind many fans and friends very hurt and bitter.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a scathing attack on the opposition parties for stalling the Food Security Bill in Parliament, and asserted the UPA government was determined to enact the legislation for the benefit of people.
Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee President Ramesh Chennithala is likely to join the Congress-led UDF government headed by Oommen Chandy which has sailed into its third year in office.
The Kerala government on Friday decided to drop the state lotteries' advertisement featuring fast bowler S. Sreesanth.
Press Trust of India | Friday May 17, 2013, Coimbatore
A letter allegedly written by her said she had expected high marks and having failed, was unwilling to face relatives, friends and the public, police said.
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi will address a rally in the Kerala's capital Thiruvananthapuram tomorrow as the Kerala Yatra, led by Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president Ramesh Chennithala, draws to an end.
The Opposition CPM-led Left Democratic Front in Kerala today said it would observe May 18, the second anniversary of Congress headed United Democratic Front government as 'betrayal' day, due to its 'complete failure' in all sectors.