Monthly Archive: July 2010
Recently I went on a weekend visit to the Hill Palace Museum in Tripunithura which lies about 12 Km from Ernakulam. It was really enjoyable and mind-blowing when you are with a group of […]
There were news reports coming up in dailies recently that there are demands about re-naming ‘Kerala‘ as ‘Keralam’ and that the State Government is thinking seriously about the issue, favouring it of course. If […]
Nilambur– the fabled land of the teak forests and the legendary rivers like Chaliyar, Kanjirampuzha and Karimpuzha, is all set to be explored as never before. The Kerala Tourism Department is going to launch […]
Sheema Thampuran…Ha, can I ever forget that name? Can any genuine movie lover forget the name? No, I think….
And today our ‘Sheema Thampuran’ turns 60. Greetings to the ever-versatile Naseeruddin Shah from the Karmakerala […]
Kerala , being a state with one of the highest population densities is facing the problem of space constraints more than any other place in the country. While man has already encroached the pristine […]