Shainu Mohan 

Consumer complaints pile up at dispute forums

Thousands of unresolved complaints are piling up at various consumer forums across the state, leaving the public in a lurch.

16 Sep 2021

Unguarded, tourist spots turn treacherous

Several emerging and existing tourist spots in the district are turning infamous for accidental drowning deaths raising serious concerns on the safety measures in place at these destinations.

15 Sep 2021

New sewage plant at MCH becomes operational Thursday

Earlier, there have been widespread complaints by local residents as the campus lacked full proof sewage treatment mechanism.

09 Sep 2021

Corp to pass bylaw for pet registration

The civic body has been doing registration of pet dogs for the past four years.

31 Aug 2021

Manaveeyam Veedhi: Thiruvananthapuram’s own cultural street

The project design was approved by the SCTL Board members when MLA V K Prasanth was the mayor in 2019 after extensive discussions with various stakeholders.

27 Aug 2021

White goods market keeps hopes up

After missing the festival markets for nearly two years, they hope to do more business in the coming days and even the days post-Onam.

18 Aug 2021

Sreekaryam flyover project: Landowners to move court for better rehabilitation package

A section of the landowners is planning to approach the court demanding better compensation and rehabilitation package. 

05 Aug 2021

Fund crunch hits civic projects

With tax collection coming to a standstill due to the pandemic, the city corporation is struggling to take up road works and a slew of other civic projects using its own fund.

03 Aug 2021

Multi-level car parking projects back on track

Corporation says the six multi-level parking projects were stalled due to the pandemic and delay 
in release of funds from the Centre. The works are progressing now with limited number of staff

21 Jul 2021

Smaller private hospitals in Kerala fear poor turnout for Covid vaccine

The facilities fear even if they start inoculation drives, people may not turn up because the vaccines are free at govt hospitals.

15 Jun 2021

Pollution: We are back to square one

While overall plastic waste generation has come down in the state, several banned products have made a comeback following the pandemic 

05 Jun 2021

At wits’ end: Healthcare workers in Kerala reel under COVID fear as second wave rages

Fighting pandemic on the frontline for more than a year and facing increasing deaths and helplessness in second wave, healthcare workers themselves need mental health and institutional support. 

01 Jun 2021

Govt to map landslide-prone areas ahead of monsoon

With monsoon around the corner, the authorities have decided to map the vulnerable areas in the district, especially in the hilly areas as part of disaster preparedness.

28 May 2021

‘Diaphragm wall construction unscientific’

According to experts, it was unscientific to launch a road restoration project without a proper beach protection plan.

25 May 2021