Sustainable, Tangible, Responsible, Experiential, Ethnic Tourism – is a project developed by Kerala Tourism in order to give the state tourism a makeover, and introduce various new experiences under experiential tourism. There are 10 STREET projects in line, and Maravanthuruthu Water Street is the first of the 10 to be developed by Kerala Tourism through its Responsible Tourism Mission Kerala program. The Local Self Governments play an important role in this project.
The idea behind these STREET projects is to add new and interesting features to the existing list of experiences that state tourism has to offer. The plan is to push forward experiential tourism.
KERALA, Aug 3: An Indian journalist was killed when his motorcycle was hit by a car driven by an Indian Administrative Service officer in the Indian southern state of Kerala on Saturday morning, media reports said.
NEW DELHI, June 8: India’s annual monsoon, which delivers about 70 percent of the country’s rainfall, officially arrived on the coast of southern Kerala state on Saturday, the weather office said, a week later than usual.
The ambiance at Kakori—a restaurant based on Soaltee Crowne Plaza was excellent last Thursday. The Indian restaurant by the poolside adorned into Kerala’s theme. The portraits that embody a wide range of Kerala’s culture were displayed across the restaurant
NEW DELHI, Sept 29: India's Supreme Court has nixed a ban which prohibited women from entering a prominent Hindu temple if they were of menstruating age. The temple's authorities say they will appeal the ruling.
INDIA, Aug 21: The floods in Kerala would have been less devastating had the state released water from its 39 dams from July end when the levels in most of them reached 85– 100% of the capacity, say experts.
While the central government has dispatched multiple military units to Kerala, state officials are pleading for additional help. Officials have put initial storm damage estimates at nearly $3 billion. At least 250 people have died in the flooding in a little over a week, with 31 others missing, according to Mr Kurian. More than 1,000 people have died in flooding in seven Indian states since the start of the monsoon season, including over 350 in Kerala.
Rescuers have used helicopters and boats to evacuate thousands of people stranded on their rooftops following unprecedented flooding in the southern Indian state of Kerala that killed more than 320 people, officials said.
BENGALURU/MUMBAI, Aug 17: The worst floods in a century in the Indian state of Kerala have killed 164 people and forced more than 200,000 into relief camps, officials said on Friday, with more misery expected as heavy rain pushed water levels higher.
KOZHIKODE, May 21: The National Virology Institute, Pune, confirmed that the contagious fever that has killed several people in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts over the last fortnight is due to Nipah virus (NiV). Six more people succumbed to symptoms suspected to be that of Nipah virus on Sunday.
LAHORE, Feb 20: Indian media reported that a popular film actress Bhavana was gang raped in the Southern state Kerala of India. She had left her home for recording and was subjected to this inhumane act in the way.