A genre of ENT surgeons with super specialisation in phonosurgery has now emerged, catering to the needs of modern-day professionals who owe their lives to their vocal chords.
Turning the conventional notion of developing countries playing truant with patents on its head, an Indian company has slapped a patent case against a US company in a New Jersey district court.
There seems to be no end to the woes of cola majors Coke and Pepsi in Kerala, with the state authorities filing fresh cases against them, alleging that cola samples contained traces of pesticide.
‘Struggle’ is an oft-used term by old-world Marxists in Kerala and the same word is perceived by observers here to be an apt description of the way in which the CPM-led Left Democratic Front government has come through in its first six months.
Sarovar Hotels, which has a presence in the premium, mid-market and economy segments of the hotel sector, has mapped out major plans for its Hometel brand, the value-for-money, limited service brand that has already been launched.
Red-faced policemen in Kerala are now looking into the circumstances that led to the PM’s motorcade landing in a no-man’s land in the state capital on Tuesday night while being driven from the airport to Raj Bhavan.
Kerala police’s chase to track the person who sent an email from a cyber cafe in Kochi threatening to take the lives of the PM and president, ended not in any terrorist encampment but a modest house in Alappuzha district, the residence of a jilted lover who is learnt to have sent the email to trap the girl who had spurned his love.
Global brands in the boating sector, including players in the leisure, marine equipment and navigational and telecommunication aids segments will participate in the fifth edition of the India International Boat Show to be held at Kochi from October 20 to 22.
Former Kerala chief minister AK Antony, who had led the government at the time of the massacre in Marad in May ’03, has countered the allegations against him by the CPM following the tabling of the inquiry report on the Marad issue in the state assembly.
It looks as if the ruling Left Democratic Front, which has a brutal majority of 98 seats in the 140-member Kerala assembly, has asked the Congress-led United Democratic Front to go take a walk.
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