In an accident at Neendakara on Sunday midnight, Additional Private Secretary of Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala died along with his wife who worked as the personal staff of Cooperation Minister C N Balakrishnan. The accident also left three others ... New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
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From the Neendakara coastal police station in Kollam in February 2012, the Italian marines case has now reached the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York. In the interim, the case passed through the Kollam Chief Judicial Magistrate Court, the Kollam ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
KOCHI: A petition seeking change of investigating officer in a dowry death case as his brother was the godfather of the wife of one of the accused when she converted to Christianity has been dismissed by the Kerala high court. Justice K ...Times of India, 1 day ago
Voting in Kollam constituency for the 16th Lok Sabha election registered a healthy 72.1 per cent but lower than the state average of 75 per cent, according to provisional figures provided by the district electoral officer. Of the total of more than ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago
BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's insinuations against Congress president Sonia Gandhi with regard to the Italian marines facing trial in India has drawn flak from Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. Terming Modi's allegations as totally ...New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
KOLLAM: Two men were arrested by the Kollam East police in connection with the brutal assault on two persons that took place inside the Polayathodu public crematorium of the Kollam City Corporation on the night of March 25. Three others wanted in ...Kaumudi, 2 weeks ago
Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh not to succumb to the pressure of Italy to intervene the United Nations (U.N.) to secure the release of the Italian marines facing trial in the murder of two fishermen off the ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Don't succumb to pressure in Italian marines case, Chandy urges PM Oman Tribune, 3 weeks ago
India's beaches have attracted foreigners for centuries-from Persian traders and European colonialists to American tourists. Now it is the turn of miners, as these beaches have rich deposits of heavy minerals. This year, a clutch of Indian miners ...The Week, 1 month ago
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