Around Kerala in a Week - Scaling the SC hurdle, the roundabout way
The Supreme Court ordered to close down liquor vends within 500 metre from the highways and the owner of a beer and wine parlour went an extra mile to save his business.
Take a look at the photo and it is nothing but the new path to the parlour.
This route resembling hairpin bends was built using slabs on the rear side of the old bar functioned near the TB on Paravur main road at Ernakulam. READ MORE
Baby elephant recovers under care of forest rangers
A four-month-old elephant calf, which was rescued from a pit inside the forest, is now recovering under the good care of forest department officials.
The calf had fallen to a pit in the forest, five kilometres away from Thottappally which comes under Edavanna Forest Range. READ MORE
Punalur auto drivers save collection for temple festival to help cancer-affected colleague
When auto drivers of Punalur Moorthikkavu road started to collect money from public for the temple festival, it was not just the upcoming festival that was in their mind.
They also wanted to give a part of the collection to their fellow auto driver Shaiju, who is suffering from cancer. READ MORE
2 Kerala families robbed of Rs 6 lakh worth gold in Kochuveli Express in Konkan
Amid rising number of train theft cases along Konkan Railway, two families from Kerala were robbed of gold worth Rs 6 lakh and cash while travelling in Mumbai LTT - Kochuveli Express along the route.
Palakkad-native V Balakrishnan and R Pradeep from Mumbai lost 30 sovereigns of gold jewellery. Both the families were travelling in the same coach. READ MORE
Vijay who averted major mishap is Railway’s ‘Star of the Month’
Kasaragod: Key man Vijay Bora, who detected a large pit below the tracks in Chithari in the district, has been selected by the Railways for the ‘Star of the Month’ award. Vijay, a native of Jharkhand, averted a major mishap by promptly alerting the loco pilot of Malabar Express about the danger. READ MORE
Kerala man who built his own tomb, commits suicide
Joseph Konur, who had built a tomb for himself few decades back, finally committed suicide at his residence at Munithandu in Adimali.
Family of the 70-year-old said he never wanted religious rituals to get in his life or death and perhaps, this obsession to his ideologies led him to take the extreme step. READ MORE