Friday Apr 18
The Indian Express
Treasure trove: Amicus points finger at temple - highest echelons'
The Padmanabhaswamy Temple and its treasure trove are back in focus with the Supreme Court-appointed amicus, Gopal Subramaniam, disclosing that he found a gold plating machine inside the temple, suggesting stealth in an organised manner "by the highest echelons".
New Glasgow woman presents thesis findings in India
Mallory Guthro, right, and fellow Mount Saint Vincent University student Krystina Trites pose for a photo while in India for symposium in March.
Prominent leaders cast vote in third phase of elections
Trivandrum, Apr. 10 : As third phase of the elections kicked off on Thursday prominent political leaders cast their votes to decide the fate of the people of the country.
Shashi Tharoor slams allegations of bribing pastors for vote
Trivandrum, Kerala, . The BJP and Left Democratic Front alleged that Tharoor had violated the model code of conduct.
Lal Krishna Advani confident of poll victory
Trivandrum, Apr. 8 : Veteran Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Lal Krishna Advani, on Tuesday stated that he was confident that BJP and not the ruling Congress will form the next government at the centre.
Lok Sabha Elections 2014: Meet your candidate - " Bennet Abraham,...
Bennet Abraham, 55, was born in a village close to Trivandrum. He is an anesthologist who has worked to revive a mission hospital belonging to the church of South India and served as a member of the Kerala Public Service Commission.