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'Injured elephant paraded for fete'
Wounded jumbos being paraded regularly: activists
Citing the photographs of the wound on the right hind leg of Kurumbilavu Thiruvanikkavu Devikrishana, an elephant that was paraded for the Thriprayar festival, the Task Force alleged that the wound was covered with a dirty black cloth to hide it.
Traffic to be regulated in Thrissur today
Buses from Kodungallur, Irinjalakuda, Cherpu, Thriprayar, should enter Sakthan Stand from Balya Junction. Vehicles coming from Vadanappally, Anthikkad, Kanjani and Adattu should end services at West Fort. Busus from Punkunnam side also should also ...
In this Thrissur village, a pious Muslim helps renovate a temple
Thriprayar (Thrissur): Abdul Karim is a busy man. As one of the main organisers of the rare 'Karpooradi Naveekarana Kalasam' in the Siva Temple at Aneswaram, he is racing against a fast-approaching deadline on February 15. For 45 days and nights, ...
Of Athirappilly, Vazhachal and Charpa
The southern Western Ghats has a fewer large rivers than the northern part. Correspondingly, waterfalls tend to be smaller, but with a high intensity of precipitation during the monsoons, they tend to get very furious.

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