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Ashik K.S has been active in Multimedia journalism since the past two decades, covering major events and assignments for national and international media houses. His latest stint was for two years with Zoomin.TV, a leading online news network in Europe. He joined as the Video Journalist (VJ) Network Coordinator- Asia on January 1, 2014. During his tenure which concluded on December 31, 2015, he has synchronized and worked with about 300 VJs from Asia particularly in South Eastern countries.

In the process, he has developed good contacts in these regions, enabling him to identify, groom and recruit potential VJs for the international online news network . He was directly responsible to the desk for the output of the VJs from Asia, who performed under his guidance.

He has also been associated with the Associated press Television ( APTN ) and other international television channels for the last nine years. Some of the major stories / events covered by him during his career



Meenakshi Raghavan, 72, is one of the few practicing masters of Kalari, an ancient martial art originating from the Malabar region of India. Raghavan is also an expert in Kalaripayattu, a Malayam style of sword fighting. Meenakshi started learning Kalari at the age of seven. She married her own guru, Mr Raghavan, who later helped her achieve unrivalled mastery in Kalaripayattu. She was seen practicing and teaching in Vadakara, in Kerala, Saturday. Meenakshi now teaches at a local temple that is deeply connected with martial arts. Dozens of children in the region seek her for guidance and mastery. The martial arts master hails from Vadakara in north Kerala.


The landmark Paris Agreement on climate change comes into effect shortly after countries ratified it much faster than anticipated. However a new United Nations Environment Programme report says the world is nowhere near on track to achieve the ambitious temperature goals adopted in the pact. The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) says the world needs to slash its annual greenhouse gas emissions by an additional 12 billion-14 billion metric tons by 2030 to have a chance of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit). Cold comfort for those living on a group of tiny islands in the Southern Indian state of Kerala where homes and lands are being submerged as rising seas become a reality.


This town in Kerala State , South India is crazy for chess. It’s not just a game, but a way of life.



  • Cooling apparels

    Kerala, India Technology June 30 @ 12:00am

    A new invention which could attract the millions of people living in the extreme climate . A student at the national Institute of Fashion Technology has come out with a new apparel which could control heat . Suggesting a Video story about the invention Read more

  • Water quality Management

    Kerala, India Technology July 20 @ 12:00am

    The Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management – Kerala (IIITM-K and technology giant IBM have developed a real-time water quality management system that is faster, cheaper and more accessible than conventional methods of testing water samples.The portable device could continuously... Read more

  • Sanitary Pad revolution

    Kerala, India Social July 20 @ 12:00am

    A school drop out young man's invention helped millions of poor women across India . And he is happy to widen its area . His invention to make a low cost sanitary pads changed the lives of millions of poor women . Arunachalam Muruganatham is te character of the film . His efforts to lead the... Read more

  • Vechur Cow - How it supporting the Global Warming

    Kerala, India Science & Environment July 20 @ 12:00am

    Video STORY Vechur “dwarf” cow of Kerala is officially the smallest bovine in the world. The Dwarf cow originated from the Village Vechur of Kerala . After a study by the Kerala Agricultural university of its unusual ability to withstand extreme heat unexpectedly showed that it also emits... Read more

  • keeping 700 year old Legacy : The young Tribal King : Raja Raman Mannan

    Kerala, India Social July 30 @ 12:00am

    Video Story Thevan Raja Mannan the Graduate in Economics is the King of Mannan Tribe one of the 35 Tribal community in Kerala State and is a very strong Community . At present 3000 Mannan families are under the Kingdom . The Legacy has started 700 years ago . The King is supported by his 12... Read more

  • Dedicated Wife

    Kerala, India Social July 25 @ 12:00am

    Betty Karunakaran made a museum in remembrance of her late husband, Ravi Karunakaran at Alappuzha District of Kerala . The museum is showcasing the gifts to betty from Ravi Karunakaran . Ravi Karunakaran was a billionaire businessman who passed away about 10 years ago. Betty Karan made a museum with... Read more

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