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Keralites were among five foreign guards killed in a Taliban suicide attack at Oassaba near Kabul of Afghanistan yesterday. One of them is from Kottayam. The deceased is identified as V K Ponnappan (52), resident of Vengasseril house, Kapikkad near Kallara, Kottayam. He was employed as a security guard with an American company DynCorp. UNI XR...
Source : Webindia123 | 2 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
,With all attractive residential facilities nearby and suitable for residential purpose,Near to Girideepam schoolthe average for an Residential Plots / Lands for sale in Kalathipady, Kottayam (Rs.400957/Cents)All...
Source : Propertywala | 10 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
KOTTAYAM: Around 28 people watched in horror as a 62-year-old passenger was stabbed and dragged out of the vehicle by a man, who had a few minutes ago alighted from the KSRTC bus they were travelling in, near Marayoor in Idukki district early on Sunday.The injured man, identified as Balasubramaniam, died on the roadside before getting medical attention, police said. The attacker, Vadivel (28), fled...
Source : Times Of India | 12 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
father Tomy Joseph passes away on July 6 night, after a cardiac arrest. It has been reported that Tomy had a severe chest pain and was immediately taken to a near by private hospital in Palai, Kottayam. He breathed his last after reaching the hospital. He was 58.Tomy's body was kept at his house in Palai, Kottayam, for all to see and pay their last respect. The funeral took place yesterday at Lalam...
Source : Oneindia | 18 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
KOTTAYAM: It has hardly been a day since the nurses from Iraq returned home, but another nurse from Chamakkala is busy packing her stuff to leave for Iraq after her 28-day-long vacation.When Sonia came to know about the situation in Iraq she was only worried about her return. "It is difficult to get a well-paid job in India. Once my visa expires, I cannot return. Also I need to get back all the documents...
Source : Times Of India | 19 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
are home from Iraq after a harrowing fortnight and can't seem to get enough of their parents' embrace, still incredulous that just a day ago they were in the clutches of some of the most dreaded terrorists in the world armed withSona and Veena are twins who worked as nurses in Tikrit and Baghdad. And while they are happy to be back, they remain concerned about their third sister, Dona, who works in...
Source : Times Of India | 20 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
KOTTAYAM/KANNUR: A special prayer was held for the safety of nurses stranded in Iraq at a Pentecost church in Kodungoor village near Kottayam on Friday.The church is located a few meters from the house of Nithyamol, one of the nurses. "I prayed not only for my daughter but for all the 46 nurses. All of them are my daughters," said Molly, mother of Nithyamol.And soon, there was good news for the family...
Source : Times Of India | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
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Source : Times Of India | 22 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
KOTTAYAM: With communication links to their children snapped, parents of abducted Indian nurses in"My daughter sounded unhappy when she called saying she had decided to leave on the bus with the militants. But they did not have an option," said Sasikumar, father of Sruthy S Kumar, one of the nurses. "They spent Wednesday night praying. None was happy taking an uncertain journey," Sasikumar added."On...
Source : Times Of India | 22 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
Kottayam: Uncertainty about their safe evacuation has heightened anxieties of relatives of Keralite nurses, stranded in a state-run hospital in Tikrit in strife-torn Iraq, though they still keep in touch with their homes to the relief of near and dear ones.According to P Sudeep, CEO of state's non-resident Keralites agency NORKA Roots, there are 46 nurses working in a hospital in Tikrit and taking...
Source : Zeenews | 23 Day(s) AgoCategory : City | City : Kottayam
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