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... »
Coming down heavily on the Kerala government's action preventing Tamil Nadu officials from closing holes drilled for a test on the Mullaperiyar dam (located in Kerala), Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J...
The Supreme Court on Monday gave two more months, till April 30, to the Empowered Committee headed by former Chief Justice of India A.S. Anand to submit its report on the safety of the Mullaperiya...
Sticking to its stand on building a new dam in place of the 116-year-old Mullaperiyar reservoir, Kerala on Friday said it is aware of the importance of giving water to five parched districts of Ta...
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