Around Kerala in a Week- From the brave policeman to world's largest clay pot
Cyclone Ockhi: Appreciation galore for cop who rescued stranded man
Kochi: Andrews, the civil police officer in Kannamali police station, still receives appreciation from all over the state for his brave act of saving an elderly man during the sea attack at Chellanam following the cyclone Ockhi. Andrews keep receiving calls from police, natives and even from abroad.Read More
Working for 3 firms, Ajay is too busy to fail in life
Ottapalam: One word is not adequate to define Ottapalam Poolakkaparambu native Ajay Balachandran. A System Developer at Palakkad, Data Consultant at Mumbai, Administrative Assistant in Santiago in America, Author of 51 poems… Ajay, who was paralyzed from the neck down at the age of 18, fights his destiny with multiple titles to define him. Read More
‘Detective’ Dona becomes the star among police dogs
Thrissur: Dona, the police dog, had found clues which helped the investigation of four cases in the past two years. Among the four cases, the dog squad has got nomination for good service entry for three cases, which adds to the star value of Dona. The amazing track record proves that Dona is the ‘tiger’ of the squad. Read More
Once Kerala's sports heroes, Couple struggle to make both ends meet; Ockhi adds to woes
Kattapana: Sharlin Joseph and Shemeena Jabbar...The two names that once made Kerala proud on race tracks, are now slowly fading into oblivion.
The love for sports united them in life. For almost seven years, they remained 'unchalleged' in the entire country in their respective games. Read More
An interesting protest by Kochi councillors against growing mosquito menace!
Kochi: Opposition councillors at Kochi Corporation chose a different mode of protest against the Corporation’s alleged inaction in spite of increasing mosquito menace in the city. They staged a sit-in with mosquito nets on.
Earlier, it was planned to receive the Kochi Mayor by draping a mosquito net around her at the Corporation entrance. But, the Mayor who somehow came to know about the plan much earlier, did not turn up on Wednesday. Read More
Kerala businessman buys 280-kg clay pot for Rs 12 lakh!
New Delhi: Believe it or not! The price of a clay pot, owned by a Malayali businessman, is Rs 12 lakh. Claimed to be the largest clay pot in the world, the pot weighs 280 kg.
A P Roshan, a Malayali businessman, bought the pot during an exhibition of handicrafts in the Sanskriti Kala Kendra at Ghitorni in New Delhi. According to Roshan, the sole reason behind paying such a huge amount for the clay pot is his passion for handicrafts. Read More