Kerala Minister V.S. Sivakumar (left) who handed over the ceremonial sword to Joint Commissioner of Kanyakumari Temples, R. Gnanasekaran, at a function held at Padmanabhapuram Palace in Kanyakumari district on Wednesday. Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy is in the picture. Photo: A. Shaikmohideen
Rise in water level in the Idukki dam, pushing the State close to opening the shutters of the dam, has had an unexpected outcome: it has exposed the large-scale encroachment downstream, almost giv... »
Alappuzha being among the five districts that could be affected if the Mullaperiyar dam collapsed, the district police is drawing up a contingency plan that aims at timely action in case of a floo...
The Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana (SNDP) Yogam has adopted a different view on the ongoing Mullaperiyar Dam controversy, calling for restraint and efforts to maintain friendly ties with Tamil Na...
Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has alleged that certain vested interests are trying to portray the Mullaperiyar dam issue as an inter-State dispute between Kerala and Tamil Nadu with a view to sidel...
What could have been a symbol of harmony and co-existence, has now become the epicenter of more than a century-old dispute. The story so far… Photos: The Hindu Photo Library, Text input: T. Ramakrishnan