A first of its kind study using machine learning techniques has shed light into the coastal variation of India’s west coast.
Kerala has been found wanting on various counts, from licensing and registration to sample collection and even food analysis.
The latest incident seems to be the CPM's shrewd attempt to avoid infinitely more damning questions.
The CPM has always been openly suspicious of the transformational potential of the Constitution.
Kerala's health insurance scheme has evolved into perhaps the country's largest health insurance scheme for govt employees and pensioners, benefiting 30 lakh people.
The potential for legitimate organ harvesting, which would save the lives of thousands, is huge in Kerala.
Based on data for the year 2020-21, an RBI-supervised study 'State Finances: A Risk Analysis' has ranked Kerala among the top five most indebted states in India.
Less than four months ago, the police had asked people attending rallies of PM Narendra Modi in Pune, Maharashtra, to remove black masks, handkerchiefs and even sunglasses.
When the MGLC system began in 1992 under the District Primary Education Programme (DPEP), its teachers were given perhaps the toughest of assignments.
Barely a month ago the Prime Minister even took Kerala by name and asked it to reduce the sales tax on petrol. It was a rare instance of public shaming of a state by a Prime Minister.
And not all of them were the result of governance failures, but at least some could have been prevented from getting out of control.
'What Samastha has credited in the name of Muslims will be encashed by the Sangh Parivar.'