Shainu Mohan

Triple lockdown recommended at Poonthura, door to door swab collection to be launched

According to official sources, a door to door swab collection drive would be launched at Poonthura as the local transmission is becoming more evident. 

05 Jul 2020

Technopark to set up office spaces in Capital under own brand name

 While the IT sector is nose-diving in the country owing to the pandemic, Technopark is gearing up to expand by setting up office spaces outside the park.

01 Jul 2020

Is Thiruvananthapuram ready for long haul?

The daily surge in Covid-19 cases and scare of community spread are raising concern on whether the existing emergency facilities will be adequate if the district witnesses a huge spike.

01 Jul 2020

Special teams to disinfect public comfort stations in Capital

Corp also decides to procure cleaning equipment for the purpose

30 Jun 2020

Testing times for private hospitals

With the source of infection of an increasing number of patients remaining unknown, the shortage of Covid testing facilities is posing a challenge for private hospitals, clinics in district

30 Jun 2020

Revenue dept hands over land for rehabilitation

Fisheries dept officials say that 3111  families in the district, living within 50 metres of the sea, have 
expressed interest to move out

29 Jun 2020

Kerala makes strides in digital learning 

CM Pinarayi Vijayan launched the Hi-tech school programme in 2018 and has pumped in Rs 493.90 crores through to rejuvenate the public education system.

28 Jun 2020

Thiruvananthapuram welfare group Pratidhwani helps out-of-work techies in job searching

Pratidhwani, a welfare organisation for IT employees, evolves into a safety net for those in need

28 Jun 2020

Homoeo doctors resist govt decision restricting their practice

While homoeopaths ask for chance to do good, state authorities question the acceptance of homoeopathy and say that a pandemic is no time for experiments

27 Jun 2020

Flu-like cases spark concern in containment zones

As seasonal illnesses including ILI and vector-borne diseases are spreading, residents are rushing for Covid-19 tests

26 Jun 2020

Meet the six who bid adieu to Covid-19 victims

The team of Thiruvananthapuram corporation that handles burial of Covid-19 victims has a story of compassion to tell

25 Jun 2020

Demand rises to send asymptomatic persons to home isolation

Experts say state wasting resources and exhausting health professionals, when Maharashtra and Andhra send asymptomatic patients to home quarantine. 

24 Jun 2020

Technopark, govt pass the buck as families live in fear

Repeated requests and protests for compensation have fallen on deaf ears as many families living on the land strip lying between the Thettiyar stream and Technopark Phase III face flood threat 

23 Jun 2020

This application helps you select dishes without touching menu card

Developed by start-up based in Kochi, many popular joints in the state have already begun beta testing the app

23 Jun 2020

Shared mobility catches on with daily commuters

For Aji P, a government employee hailing from Varkala, daily commute had turned into a real crisis.

20 Jun 2020

Keralites to witness the annular solar eclipse online

In the capital city, the eclipse would be visible from 10.38am to 1.30pm

20 Jun 2020

This nurse gets a much-needed break after working 90 days amid Covid-19 emergency

From managing a community kitchen and feeding nearly 200 staff, Christabel was doing more than Covid-19 duty

19 Jun 2020

Watch out: Special trains may be Covid-19 carriers

Ticket booking is allowed even for short journeys on special trains. Health department officials express concern over  the lack of proper measures 

19 Jun 2020

Health officials in a fix as migrant workers set to return

Lack of proper registration and fear of potential malaria and filariasis being spread 
by guest workers is causing concern among healthcare workers

18 Jun 2020

Trivandrum’s first women-friendly centre in two months

Facility to have a lactation room, creche and lounge | Second facility near Medical College Hospital to be completed before present council’s term ends 

17 Jun 2020

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