Shainu Mohan

Second COVID wave, UK strain, Shigella outbreak: Kerala health department has its hands full

According to health authorities, people travelling from the UK might have already landed in the state and come in contact with residents.

25 Dec 2020

Sugathakumari, the evergreen tree of hope and love

Former minister Binoy Viswam, who had a very warm relationship with Sugathakumari, was devastated by the news of her demise. 

24 Dec 2020

'Worry season': Pandemic dampens Christmas, New Year's festive spirit

This year, however, the pandemic has dampened the festive spirits, especially for those who made a living out of the celebrations, it is a painful reminder of many misfortunes. 

24 Dec 2020

NGO Vakkom Moulavi Foundation Trust discusses improving lives of migrants in Kerala

The Vakkom Moulavi Foundation Trust (VMFT), an NGO working in governance, has come up with a report highlighting the need to build a rights-based framework for migrant workers in the state.

23 Dec 2020

Post swearing-in of new members, Thiruvananthapuram Corporation council has chaotic start

The district collector kept on requesting party workers and audience who gathered to witness the ceremony to comply with social distancing norms.

22 Dec 2020

Road ahead for LDF in Thiruvananthapuram Corporation

However, the new council will enjoy the advantage of having a clear majority, unlike the last term when it had to rule without a clear majority. 

18 Dec 2020

Thiruvananthapuram awaits its vibrant mayor

A majority of woman candidates fielded by CPM in 46 of the total 70 seats came out victorious.  

17 Dec 2020

Local body polls: LDF walks away with capital share

LDF wins 52 of 100 divisions in T’Puram Corporation |BJP loses many of its sitting seats |CPI’s P K Raju is a mayor probable.

17 Dec 2020

Kerala’s big screens can’t wait anymore

As many as 670 movie halls in the state are eagerly awaiting a nod from the state government to resume screening of movies.

16 Dec 2020

Dead on arrival

While the Covid-19 caseload is coming down in the district, the health authorities are facing another challenge -- Covid patients brought dead.

15 Dec 2020

Thiruvananthapuram braces for post-poll Covid wave

Fearing yet another spike in Covid-19 cases triggered by the local body elections, the district health authorities are busy taking steps to roll out a plan to deal with such a scenario.

12 Dec 2020

Dam big trouble

Thiruvananthapuram may have had a narrow escape from the wrath of a cyclone, but looks like more trouble awaits the capital this summer.

11 Dec 2020

Image agrees to clear poll waste

Following the disagreement, officials of the Directorate of Health Services (DHS) held discussions with IMAGE, following which the latter agreed to treat the waste, but on certain conditions. 

10 Dec 2020

Deciding vote

70-year-old Sarada G, who was seen leaving the booth alone, has little hope of improvement in her whoever comes to power

09 Dec 2020

Poll of apprehensions

The authorities are anticipating around 500 Covid-19 positive, eligible voters to turn up at polling booths.

08 Dec 2020

IMAGE agency backs out, No takers for election waste

Ever since the pandemic outbreak, the amount of biomedical waste generated in the state has increased exponentially.

08 Dec 2020

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

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