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  1. Pamela Anderson reaches out to save Kerala jumbosRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Times of India

    Pamela Anderson also offered to bear the cost of 30 life-sized and portable elephants if her proposal was accepted. THRISSUR: After embarking on a crusade to save chickens and seals closer home, Hollywood star Pamela Anderson has now made a mammoth problem far afield her bosom cause.


  2. Air India shuts down 23 booking officesRead the original story

    10 hrs ago |

    India's national airline is downsizing its booking operations to bring down operating expenses and has closed down 23 such offices across India, parliament was told on Monday. Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma informed the Lok Sabha that Air India has closed down 23 booking offices across India, leaving 54 operational.


  3. Searching for My Indian Jewish Family, From Kabbalah to BollywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Forward

    On my first morning in India, I found myself staring at an egg. That and a cup of coffee was all my hotel's "free continental breakfast" amounted to, but I didn't feel cheated.


  4. Four from city remain incommunicadoRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Star of Mysore

    Mysuru, Apr. 27- Close on the heels of reports that 18 persons from various areas in the city, who were on a trip to Nepal, which was rocked by a devastating earthquake on Friday are said to be safe and resting in a make-shift camp in Delhi, another group of four persons from city who were on a tour of North India are now said to be unreachable. The missing of four persons came to light when Kamalamma, a resident of the city, yesterday, contacted the District Control Room at the DC's Office and gave information about four of her relatives missing in Kathmandu.


  5. Odisha Migrant labor death : NHRC sought report from Kerala Police DGRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Merinews

    The National Human Rights Commission has sought report from Director General of Police of Kerla and District magistrate of Kandhamal over a mysterious death of a migrant laborer in last December. 17 years old Titas Digal of Tiangia village under Raikia police limits of Kandhamal was died in Kerla in suspicious circumstances on 13 December 2014.


  6. Monday, May 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    1886 - At Haymarket Square in Chicago, a labor demonstration for an eight-hour workday turns into a riot when a bomb explodes. 1916 - Responding to a demand from President Woodrow Wilson, Germany agrees to limit its submarine warfare, averting a diplomatic break with Washington.


  7. Train services in Kerala partially hit due to drivers' strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | DNA India

    It all started when a loco pilot refused to undergo the test before reporting to drive the Ernakulam-Kayamkulam passenger train at Ernakulam Junction. Train services in southern Kerala were disrupted partially today after loco pilots refused to undergo breath alcohol analyser tests, which is mandatory while reporting to work.


  8. National Workshop on Geotechnics held at NIERead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Star of Mysore

    Caption: Dr. V.V.S. Rao, Chairman, Nagadi Consultants, New Delhi, is seen inaugurating the National Workshop RAGI-2015 at NIE yesterday as SJCE Principal Dr. B. Shivamurthy, Civil Engineering HoD Dr. K. Prakash, ACCE President P. Suryaprakash and NIE Principal Dr. G.L. Shekar look on. Mysuru, Apr. 26- The Association of Consulting Civil Engineers -India, Mysore Centre, in association with The National Institute of Engineering and Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering , under joint TEQIP 2 initiative, had organised a National Workshop on 'Recent Advances in Geotechnics for Infrastructure - RAGI 2015' at NIE here yesterday.


  9. Photo tour: Beautiful world of colorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | USA Today

    Natural or manmade, symmetrical or chaotic - it's a colorful world we live in. Come along for a photo tour of some of the planet's most colorful sights.


  10. Tortoises and Peacock feathers seized by customs in KeralaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | The Times of India

    Customs department at Cochin International Airport in Kerala seized 29 tortoises and 65 kg of peacock feathers from three passengers who were bound for Kuala Lumpur. The tortoises, similar to star tortoises, have market value of over $500 each.


  11. Seven DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Outlook

    In R.K. Narayan's Malgudi Days , a lottery winner does not know what to do when he wins a road-roller as a prize: where to park it, where to drive it. Something similar is in the air in Una, where two farmers had appealed for compensation for land acquired by the railways.


  12. "You Are Criminals, Get Out"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Outlook

    My wife and I got home on March 31, 2015, after a truly wonderful two-week cruise on which my wife had been invited to lecture. We started in Singapore, went on to Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar and ended in Mumbai.


  13. Art company attempts to portray Gita as - pan-religion spiritual' entityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Indian Express

    Printed on acid-free, eco-friendly paper manufactured in Italy, plastic from Switzerland used to create the spine bone, peacock feather bookmark from Hong Kong and vegetarian ink from India, the collector's edition of the Bhagavad Gita was launched here on Thursday. Priced at a whopping Rs 36,950, the book was unveiled by the head of Sadhu Vaswani Mission, spiritual guru Dada J P Vaswani.


  14. Tipu Sultan's firepower fetches over Rs 56 croreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 |

    The valuables, auctioned on April 21, included sabres, gemset trophy swords, embroidered arrow quivers, exquisite quilted helmets, blunderbusses, fowling pieces, sporting guns, pistols, and a threepounder bronze cannon -- each and every weapon a work of art in its own right. Item: An historically-important composite Flintlock pistol with left-hand lock, the barrel and mechanism made for Tipu Sultan by craftsman Asad-e Amin at the Royal Workshop -- the stock bearing the Arms of Martin, Bengal -- at Seringapatam, dated AD 1797-98.


  15. SpiceJet looks to step up international services from KochiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | DNA India

    Kochi is a transit airport for SpiceJet, connecting various cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune and Kolkata, among others, to Male and Dubai. No-frills airline SpiceJet today said it plans to scale up its international operations from Kochi with some new flights to the Gulf region and is also looking to connect Maldivian capital Male to other domestic destinations via the coastal city.


  16. Tipu Sultan's weapons auctioned for six mn poundsRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    A historic collection of arms and armour of Tipu Sultan, the last king of Mysore, fetched over six million pounds at an Islamic and Indian art auction in London, an official said here on Wednesday. The 30 items, which went under the hammer at Bonhams on Tuesday, came from a single collection.


  17. Cyber attackers exploiting security gaps very quickly: SymantecRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    Cyber attackers are infiltrating networks and evading detection by hijacking the infrastructure of major corporations and using it against them besides exploiting vulnerabilities within a very short time, a security and anti-virus company said on Wednesday. "Attackers don't need to break down the door to a company's network when the keys are readily available," Tarun Kaura, director of technology sales of Symantec India, said.


  18. SpiceJet plans increased flights to Gulf, MaldivesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    Low-cost carrier SpiceJet on Wednesday said it would increase its flights to the Gulf region and the Maldivian capital city of Male from the coastal city of Kochi as the airline inducts new aircraft to its fleet. The airline, which has started implementing a turnaround plan under new promoter Ajay Singh, is planning to expand its presence in the Gulf region with additional frequencies to Dubai, as well as potential new flights connecting Kochi with some popular destinations like Muscat.


  19. Market Report, "State Bank of Travancore (SBT) - Power - Deals and Alliances Profile", publishedRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    ... operates through its branch offices and ATM facilities all over India. SBT is headquartered in Trivandrum, Kerala, India. State Bank of Travancore (SBT) - Power - Deals and Alliances Profile provides you comprehensive data and trend analysis of the ...


  20. SCMS Cochin School of Business to host its Annual Convocation ceremony on 27th AprilRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | PR Log

    PRLog - April 22, 2015 - COCHIN, India -- SCMS Cochin School of Business, a leading B School in Kerala and one of the top management institutes in the country will be hosting its 22nd Annual Convocation ceremony on the 27th of April. It will be a special day for the students of Batch 2015 and their institute is leaving no stone unturned to make sure it turns out to be a memorable day for them.