Shainu Mohan

Now, Covid survivors can join state’s fight against pandemic as volunteers

Earlier, the state took a similar effort and formed Covid Brigade which was not a major success.

07 Dec 2020

Cyclone Burevi: Sea of worries for fisherfolk

This relief fund is mobilised through contributions from kind-hearted people but the government has only given us the interest obtained.

04 Dec 2020

CRDP development hangs fire

An official of CRDP told TNIE is that the project is in its planning stage.

03 Dec 2020

Awaiting the storm

Less than a week after Cyclone Nivar battered Tamil Nadu, another one, Cyclone Buveri, is expected to hit Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

02 Dec 2020

In-person voting by Covid patients may lead to fraud: KGMOA

The Medical Officers Association says it will be impossible to identify the voter in PPE 

01 Dec 2020

East Fort renovation remains a pipe dream

For a while now, the busy area in the state capital has been a dangerous corridor that spells death. During every election, it finds a place in the manifestos of political parties.

28 Nov 2020

Eateries, restaurants under fire after Kerala CM Vijayan says they 'could be source of new COVID wave'

The Kerala Hotels and Restaurants Association, is now demanding specific norms from the state government regarding the operation of hotels and restaurants in the state. 

27 Nov 2020

Local body elections: Green poll plan in disposable bin

A senior official of the health department said the direction was issued because the immediate priority of the authorities was to curb the disease spread

26 Nov 2020

Covid testing ramped up in district ahead of poll

Health authorities are pinning hopes on the officers in charge at the polling station to keep the situation under control.

24 Nov 2020

Screening facility to come up at Central railway station

Fresh cases of malaria are being recorded in Thiruvananthapuram, denting the district administration’s efforts to eliminate the disease.

21 Nov 2020

New enemies force Covid battle on the backfoot

Dist records spurt in leptospirosis cases; health workers reassigned to core tasks

20 Nov 2020

Varkala master plan hangs off a cliff

Construction of a pathway, a seating area, toilet facilities, a temporary bridge and two watchtowers as well as protection of two natural spring water sources fall under the masterplan.

18 Nov 2020

Healthcare workers want postal ballots

The association has taken up the matter with the state government. 

17 Nov 2020

Thiruvananthapuram Corporation's street lights project hits KSEB hurdle

Street lighting issues continue to plague the city despite the efforts of the civic body to replace the conventional bulbs with LED lights, as Chinese imports have been banned.

14 Nov 2020

Post-Covid clinics to open in Thiruvananthapuram

District health authorities are planning to screen every patient who has recovered from Covid-19 as part of the state’s post-Covid management measures.

13 Nov 2020

Mini fire station plan hits a roadblock

However, Trida authorities are now silent owing to the elections.

12 Nov 2020

Kerala undertakes study on reverse COVID-19 quarantine

To validate the study, a comprehensive survey has been launched across the country among people over 60 years of age who have not been infected with SARS-CoV-2.

11 Nov 2020

Kerala to convert used cooking oil into biodiesel

Around 60 tonnes of used cooking oil will be repurposed to biodiesel as part of the initiative.

11 Nov 2020

Govt to wind up CFLTCs, vacate educational institutions

The health authorities have recommended the ‘Malappuram model’ Covid management in all districts.

11 Nov 2020

Never-ending water woes

This quantity, however, is highly inadequate, as the actual demand is over 360 MLD.

10 Nov 2020

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