Articles about Kannur

CPI(M) worker hacked to death in Kerala; party blames RSS

21 Feb 2022

Politics
CPI(M) worker hacked to death in Kerala; party blames RSS

A worker associated with the Communist Party of India (Marxist) was allegedly hacked to death in the Kannur district of northern Kerala early on Monday, local police said.

For random testing, Kerala readies a long list of subjects

24 Apr 2020

India
For random testing, Kerala readies a long list of subjects

Kerala, from where India's first coronavirus case was reported, is planning to randomly test people to understand whether community transmission has started.

Five IAS officers who have launched eco-friendly initiatives in India

10 Feb 2020

Inspirational
Five IAS officers who have launched eco-friendly initiatives in India

The Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is the most prestigious and sought-after Civil Service of the country.

Kannur International Airport to be inaugurated on December 9

05 Oct 2018

India
Kannur International Airport to be inaugurated on December 9

Kannur International Airport, the second greenfield airport set up under the public-private partnership (PPP) model, near Mattannur in Kerala's Kannur district would be inaugurated on December 9.

Kerala: To hide extramarital affairs, woman murders daughters, parents

26 Apr 2018

India
Kerala: To hide extramarital affairs, woman murders daughters, parents

In Kannur's Padannakkara village of Kerala, three deaths in one family in just four months led villagers empathize with Soumya, the lone survivor.

Kathua, Unnao rapes: India demands justice, severe punishment for predators

16 Apr 2018

India
Kathua, Unnao rapes: India demands justice, severe punishment for predators

India has taken to streets once again like it did after December 16, 2012.

To honor Kathua rape victim, Kerala man names daughter Asifa

14 Apr 2018

India
To honor Kathua rape victim, Kerala man names daughter Asifa

Rajith Ram, a resident of Kannur and sub-editor with Mathrubhumi, named his newly born daughter Asifa Raj, in a bid to remember the Kathua rape victim.

More vandalism cases: Gandhi, Ambedkar's statues targeted in Kerala, TN

08 Mar 2018

India
More vandalism cases: Gandhi, Ambedkar's statues targeted in Kerala, TN

A strange new trend seems to have gripped the country. Two more incidents of statues being vandalized have come to the fore, taking the total number of such cases this week to five.

Do Indian cities deserve the 'disabled-friendly' tag?

03 Dec 2016

India
Do Indian cities deserve the 'disabled-friendly' tag?

Two Indian cities, Indore and Jhalawar are soon to be bestowed with the disabled-friendly tag by the government. Kannur was recently declared India's first disabled friendly district.