Keralites across the state today celebrated Onam as people offered prayers in temples early in the morning while the day was marked by feast and festivities, including cultural programmes organised by various institutions.
The Supreme Court today stayed all proceedings against the two Italian marines accused of killing Indian fishermen from Kerala in 2012 and set January 13, 2016 as the date for the next hearing in the case.
Taking a serious note of the death of a girl student at an engineering college campus during Onam festivities, Kerala government has decided to formulate strict conditions and guidelines for holding celebrations within educational institutions.
In an initiative to promote organic farm practices on grassroot level, CPI(M) in Kerala has embarked on a programme roping in the labour force for cultivating pesticide-free vegetables and fruits across the state.
City walls and public buildings in Thiruvanathapuram, the capital of Kerala, will soon be adorned with paintings by renowned artists, thanks to an innovative initiative launched by the state Tourism Department.
Supporters of Kerala Finance Minister KM Mani and his known detractor in Kerala Congress PC George today scuffled on stage in a nearby panchayat after he criticised Mr Mani on the issue of falling prices of rubber.
Representatives of the Latin Catholic church today once again met Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy in connection with the apprehensions of the fishermen community with regard to the Vizhinjam Deep sea project, agreement of which was inked two days ago.