From school radio to AIR, little RJ does it in style

On Children’s day, Ranjima, a radio jockey from the school radio named Little Voice, has got a great opportunity to perform on All India Radio. She is a seventh standard student at Amarambalam South Govt. UP School at Malappuram. For her, it was a golden opportunity to perform in Akashvani for a day. On the occasion of Children’s day, she presented the news in Manjeri FM station. Manjeri FM station selected children to present programmes in radio to celebrate Children’s day. Read More…

Postman not delivers interview call letter; Sahida’s 32 years of waiting in vain

Sahida has been waiting for a job for the past 32 years, and never has failed to renew the employment card. But when her dream was about to come true finally, she did not even know it. Quite unfortunately, the postman did not deliver the interview call letter for the position of Assistant Grade II in Thiruvananthapuram DMO office, which came via employment exchange on time and Sahida could not attend the interview. Read More…

Helping hand from Mammootty, tribal people get farming equipment

Actor Mammootty lent a helping hand to the tribal people at Kundala Muthuvakkudy, by providing agricultural equipment. The help was provided through ‘Poorvika’ programme of Care and Share International Foundation led by Mammootty. To receive the equipment, a group of tribal people headed by Kani A. K. Chinnaswami arrived at the shooting set of Mammootty’s new movie ‘Parole’ at Muttam Malankara. Read More…

Drishyam-model murder; body buried in under-construction house

A human body was found buried in a house which was under construction. The dead body was found to be covered in a sack and buried underground inside a house under construction, opposite the Nalloornad village office in Paingattiri in Edavaka. The dead person has not been identified yet. Police assume that the stinking dead body is nearly one month old. Read More…

State to have child-friendly police stations

Kerala will have child-friendly police stations. The government has decided to implement the project titled ‘Children and Police’ (CAP) in six police stations in the initial phase of the pilot project. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate the project today at Thiruvananthapuram Fort Police station. CAP will be implemented at Thiruvananthapuram Fort, Kollam East, Kadavanthra in Ernakulam, Thrissur East, Kozhikode town and Kannur town. Read More…

Shabana dreams to be an IAS officer to keep her father’s promise

When his first child was born, the doctors told Salim that the baby needs an urgent surgery. "We are not sure if she will survive it. But she would get paralyzed in the lower part of the body, if survived," they said. Salim replied without losing his courage – "If you give her back to me alive, I will make her an IAS officer." His daughter Shabana came back to life with a half-paralyzed body. As she grew listening to this incident from her father, her ambition is to become an IAS officer. Read More…