Kannan Gopinathan: News
16 Sep 2020Kerala
Even as the number of coronavirus infections continues to rise across India, the Kerala government has allowed migrant laborers to work if they have COVID-19 but are not exhibiting symptoms.
21 Dec 2019India
Banks may soon start asking depositors to disclose their religion. What's the need for this?
06 Sep 2019Karnataka
Around two weeks after IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan resigned over the Jammu and Kashmir crisis, Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada district S Sasikanth Senthil also resigned from the civil services today.
29 Aug 2019Jammu And Kashmir
Days after the IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan resigned in protest over the restrictions imposed in Jammu and Kashmir, the 32-year-old has been asked to resume his duty immediately, until his resignation is officially accepted.
25 Aug 2019Jammu And Kashmir
Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Kannan Gopinathan had made headlines last year due to his efforts in the relief operations in flood-hit Kerala.
10 Aug 2019India
The Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is the most sought-after Civil Service of the country but being an IAS officer is tough and needs great commitment.
24 Nov 2018Tamil Nadu
Cyclone Gaja has left coastal Tamil Nadu devastated and the death toll is still rising.
24 Oct 2018Tamil Nadu
Five people, including a 16-year old boy, were arrested for sexually assaulting and branding a minor girl near Thiruvaiyaru in Tamil Nadu's Thanjavur district.
06 Sep 2018Kerala
For eight days, without any pomp or show, Kannan Gopinathan toiled at relief camps in the flood-ravaged state of Kerala, carrying large packages on his head, offloading relief material from trucks, and helping distressed people out.
04 Aug 2018Tamil Nadu
A man was arrested in Tamil Nadu's Theni district after he and his family allegedly prevented a medical team from doing their duty as his daughter-in-law delivered a baby at home.
29 May 2018Tamil Nadu
The Sterlite protests have apparently revealed shocking abuse of power. After days of intense pressure from the opposition, the FIR has named two "deputy tahsildars" who ordered police firing on protestors.