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Death Due To Endosulfan in Kerala

Kerala has uppermost literacy rate in the nation. But Education and lust to earn more have made Keralites fools. They have started clearing paddy...

Incredible India Tour Packages for a Best Vacation

India, since ancient times, has been a land of history, traditions, culture, art, architecture, and many other things that have been attracting tourists from...

Kerala From Himalaya – Natural Herbal Remedies For Diabetes And Skin...

What is Karela?? 'Karela' also known as 'Bitter Gourd', 'Bitter Melon' or 'Momordica Charantia', contains Gurmarin (a polypeptide) which acts like bovine insulin. Karela herb...

Top CBSE Schools In Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram is the capital of Kerala which is well known for its temple, Museums, Institution's Art and Culture. That's why it is famous as...

Know About Naturopathy In Ayurveda

"All healing powers are within your body"- is the core content of all naturopathic treatments. Naturopathy teaches that the cause of all illness is...

Medicinal Trees And Plants in India

Our Earth is blessed with a number of trees, plants, and flowers, which carries the power to save us from the unwanted health problems....

Places To Visit In Kerala

Kerala Holidays If you are looking for a vacation that gives you a taste of something totally different and very unique, taking up a Kerala...

Church, Village Deny Funeral for Ragpicker’s Mom, He Burns Body in...

The apathy towards the poor in this country runs deep, so much so, that even in death they are denied a proper funeral. In Nerusalakudi,...

Incredible India – Treasure of Natural Beauty

India has been gifted by nature immense beauty of nature. In India, You will explore natural beauty not only exterior but also interior. You will...

Different Thinkers: A Bunch of Global Keralites that are Using Facebook...

Vineeth A. Vishnu, 28, a Kerala native, was the victim of a road accident two years ago. He sustained serious injuries to his hip...

Congress Suspends Three Youth Workers for Slaughtering Calf in Kerala

Three workers from the Indian Youth Congress in Kerala have been suspended for killing a calf and distributing its meat in Kannur district in...

Bayside Weekly

Here’s presenting a modest list of cool things that were written over the last week. Some we wrote, some we wish we had written....

Women Bus Conductors Quit En Masse Following Huge Male-Female Pay Gap

Citing discrimination, all but one female bus conductors have left their jobs, according to this report by The Hindu. These women were trained at Kudumbasree,...

Stray Dogs Also Have a Right to Live: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has dismissed a petition seeking the mass killing of stray dogs. A petitioner who wanted to “totally destroy” stray dogs in...

This New Year, the States Have Their Own Resolutions

It is not only our individual resolutions that matter this New Year; our New Year goals as a country are more important. Given that...

Dalit Student Ragged, Now on Dialysis

Twenty-two year old Dalit student, OS Avinash, had to be hospitalised following an incident of ragging at a polytechnic in Thrissur, Kerala. Avinash said...

Want a Baby Boy? Eat Mutton Says Kerala Newspaper

India's preference for a male child is well-known and for decades and quite possibly centuries pregnant women have been asked to eat certain foods...

The Bayside Weekly Bulletin: The Week That Was

At Bayside, we strive to bring you the best stories from around the world. But with the constant barrage of information from different mediums,...

Stray Dogs Beaten to Death, Paraded in Kerala Town

In India, cruelty towards animals seems to be increasing with each passing day. This year alone, dogs have been burnt alive and flung off...

Meet the Man Behind ‘Why I Hate Bombay’

Every year, tens and thousands of people migrate to what we used to call Bombay. Some instantly connect, but others need time to adapt....

How India Celebrated on the First Ever Independence Day

Victory was ours at last, and it tasted sweet. 15th August, 1947 was the liberation of India as a nation in many ways. All...

This 85-Year-Old Athlete Will Put Youngsters to Shame

An octogenarian with an insatiable thirst for athletics. The word ‘retirement’ means nothing to this octogenarian. At the age of 85, he has won 105...

The Bayside Weekly Bulletin: The Week That Was

A roundup of the biggest stories of the week from Bayside and beyond. At Bayside, we strive to bring you the best stories from around...

What’s in a Name? Ask Hitler the Bookseller

A bookseller named Hitler Nadar tells us the reason behind his unusual name and why it hasn't really affected him as it should. “I don’t think...

How These Ladies Turned a Passion For Baking Into a Thriving...

For Sharon Correya, baking cakes was just a hobby, till one day this hobby turned into a business and pulled her family out from...

“People have always respected me for what I am”: Dee MC,...

Deepa Unnikrishnan aka Dee MC is Mumbai's only active female rapper in the city. Born to perform; she has set the stage on fire...

I Rant on Issues Because I Feel Like It: Ashwini Mishra,...

Politics, as we know it, is a serious business. As much as our ‘beloved’ netas are termed as thieves and dacoits, we know we’d...

Kerala Ko Social Media Pe Gussa Kyun Aata Hain?

Two recent incidents in the span of two months has revealed the aggressive side of Keralites on social media. At first, it was a...

The Bayside Weekly Bulletin: The Week That Was

At Bayside, we strive to bring you the best stories from around the world. But with the constant barrage of information from different mediums,...

Students of India: Zenia Bhumgara, Marvellous Magician

Students of India chronicles stories across the country on those who are doing great work in various fields: Art and theatre, acting, music and...

Library on Wheels: Walking BookFairs

It is oddly romantic when two people come together for a cause, but when they develop lifelong partnership over books; it translates into something...

The Naked Wolves: An Unabashed Biker’s Club

It's 7 p.m on a Thursday evening and I am waiting at the Vashi (Mumbai) bus depot for a member of the Naked Wolves...

85% of Communal Violence in India Comes From 8 States, And...

According to data released by the Ministry of Home Affairs, the fours years from 2011-2014 saw a spike in communal incidents in India. 2,713 such...

Environmentalist Calls Out Daily Mail Journalist Who Wrote A Distorted Piece...

On August 15, the Daily Mail published a piece on the inhuman treatment of elephants by mahouts in Kerala (Tortured for Tourists by Liz...

Cable Operator Beams 30 Minutes of Porn at Kerala Bus Station

Travellers who were at the Kalpetta bus station in Kerala at 10:30 AM on June 18 are unlikely to ever forget this day. This...

Chengannur – Home Of The Bleeding Goddess

Periods. Blood. ‘Time of month’ Menstruation. Wait. I’m not supposed to be saying these words out loud. I’m expected to excrete the lining of my womb discreetly, and...

‘I was evacuated from Yemen’ : A first hand account

In cognisance of the volatile situation in Yemen, India has done a spectacular job in evacuating Indian Nationals from Yemen. Yemen may have been the...

Chacha Chaudhary to Kalki: Transition of Indian Comic Book Heroes

You are about to take a journey into how the concept of comic book heroes has changed over the decades. Starting out with the...

What Do the North East and South India Have In Common?...

What is the one thing that connects the North East and the South of India? Stereotypes. Yes, they have a common string of stereotypes...

9 Destinations In South India You Need to Visit This Summer

With the temperature soaring up in your towns, you definitely feel the urge to escape from the hustle- bustle and the chaos of your...

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13 Andaz Apna Apna Dialogues We All Use In Real Life

Andaz Apna Apna turns 21 today! It means it can now drink beer and wine in bars, officially. We all want to sit around...

I Was Date Raped at Age 17

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