SUBMERGE the polemics, legal tangles and conflicting technical claims, and the participants in the inter-State dispute over the Mullaperiyar dam – one of the oldest and highest ‘solid masonry gravi

THE road ahead seems to be a difficult one for the Bill passed recently by the Kerala Assembly for the establishment of a special tribunal to

The Sasthamkotta lake, the source of drinking water for seven lakh people in Kerala's Kollam district, is shrinking fast.

JULIA lives in a working-class housing colony at Rajagiri, on the edge of a laterite mound, one among the three dozen such hillocks overlooking the Sasthamkotta lake, about 30 kilometres from Kollam in south Kerala.

HALF-HEARTEDLY, after months of discussions and negotiations, the Left Democratic Front (LDF) government in Kerala has launched a modified version of the Central government

The Kosi, bursting through its embankment at Kusaha in Nepal, has swung 120 km eastwards, changing the lives of thousands of people.

Corporate retail giants are quietly consolidating their position even in politically sensitive States such as Kerala.

The applicants are mother and son, having two acres of land. They availed a loan of Rs.30,000 on November 7, 2002. They were regularly making payments.

In July-August 2003, when soft-drink firms across the country were struggling to contain the impact of the discovery of pesticide residues in their products, in Kerala, Coca-Cola came under intense

In the Kerala High Court, a village panchayat loses its battle for water with Coca-Cola.

Silent Valley, one of the few remaining tracts of undisturbed tropical evergreen forests in India, is once again testing the resolve of environmentalists and the never-say-die dam builders of Keral