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  • Elected To Carry Out Corruption?

    By Nanditha S “Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.” This saying is proving true in the case of India, the largest Democracy in the world.  It seems corruption in India is at its rampant best and majority of the corruption is confirmed to be happening with the connivance and collusion of those holding […]

    Kerala: The State in High ‘Spirits’

    By Suresh Unnithan   Kerala, the cute coastal queen of India is much admired for its unique achievement in the field of education, child health, and infant mortality and general hygiene.  But, it is exceedingly unfortunate these glorious achievements lose its luster just for one reason, alcoholism. The state has the highest rate of per capita consumption […]

    ‘Man making is our mission, Crime-free society our ambition’

    He is a man with a perfect mind. The City Police Commissioner of Kozhikode Mr P Vijayan IPS believes, the police force, with positive attitude and purposeful endowers can transform the society and make it productive in every sense.  The Commissioner has, with his innovative initiatives like Student Police Cadet and Our Responsibility to Children, practically proved […]

    Policing the Cyber Highway

    By Jacob Punnoose IPS, Director General of Police,  Kerala Many years ago, in my childhood, there used to be people in my locality who were unable to read letters addressed to them. They would often come to my father for assistance in reading the contents. Such people used to be called illiterates. These days, however, such people […]

    Nandan Pillai: Outstanding Artist with Exceptional Mission

    By Suresh Unnithan He is simply stupendous, as an artist. His creations are worth a million words.  Nandan Pillai believes “Art is the signature of civilizations and is the literacy of heart.” True to his thoughts Pillai has dedicated his time and energy for the people and the mother earth.  He loves nature; he loves […]

    Janamaithri Suraksha Project: An exclusive endeavor to protect the public

    BY  Dr B Sandhya IPS, Inspector General of Police (Programme Nodal Officer) The Janamaithri Suraksha Project of the Kerala Government is a statewide community policing initiative by the Kerala Police that seeks to develop closer ties between the police and the citizens, and create synergistic partnerships within local communities to deal effectively with anti-social activities […]

    INS Asvini Celebrates Sixty

    By Manish Desai ‘Hrithik Roshan, a gallant officer of the Indian Army and a much reformed gentleman, emerges out of the hospital and walks straight into the waiting arms of Priety Zinta.’ This is the closing scene of 2004 Farhan Akhtar film ‘Lakshya’. But, what is making news today, is the hospital from which Hrithik […]

    Mercury- Environmental Implications and Toxicity

    By Kalpana Palkhiwala Mercury is the only liquid state metal, which finds very wide commercial application in industries, electrical appliances, mercurial catalysts, healthcare sector for extensive , seed treatment, laboratory reagents etc. Because of extensive use in thermometers, sphygmomanometers, dental amalgams, agriculture for seed treatment, as laboratory reagents etc. Because of extensive commercial use, the […]

    Cure the Deadly Hepatitis through Traditional Ayurvedam

    By Vaidyavachaspathi N K  Padmanabhan Vaidyar After Dimitri Iosifovich Ivanovsky,  the Russian biologist who discovered viruses in 1892 , over 300 different varieties of this infectious agent have been detected till date.  One among them, the Hepatits – B virus is found to be active only in human bodies and this one could cause fatal […]

    Men More Likely to Cheat If They Are Economically Dependent on Their Female Partners, Study Finds

    The more economically dependent a man is on his female partner, the more likely he is to cheat on her, according to research to be presented at the 105th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association.” But for women, economic dependency seems to have the opposite effect: the more dependent they are on their male […]