Members of a scheduled caste were barred from entering barbershops in a village in the southern Indian state of Kerala. A government-run salon is changing that.
The state has seen one person dying of COVID-19 but seven dying by suicide after the alcohol ban.
From using surveillance the right way, to making people part of the solution—Kerala is hitting all the right spots.
Nikesh Usha Pushkaran and Sonu MS exchanged rings two years ago. Today, they want to fight for legal rights for queer people, to make the reading down of Section 377 “truly relevant”.
As over 18 families voice anger over their tap water smelling and tasting of liquor, investigations have revealed that this mix-up is no divine intervention.
This comes in as the country's first case of coronavirus is confirmed in Kerala, and backs the Indian government’s recommendation of using homeopathy and herbal treatments as remedies.
More than 200 people across India are suspected to have contracted the contagious new virus, while the Health Ministry makes efforts to contain the spread.
Prisoners from the capital city’s Poojapura Central Prison have been trained in salon services as part of a rehabilitation programme.
A reminder on why it's important to say RIP to plastic.
The man named Noushad tried to smuggle one kg of gold in a compound form, but was caught at the Kochi airport because of a tip-off.
As the flood-stricken state scrambles to provide relief to the victims, fake news and misinformation are affecting the number of donations made by people.
After a WhatsApp message promised that people could avail financial benefits up to Rs 15 Lakh, thousands queued up at the local post office despite the authorities insisting it's not true.