Residents protest against Smart Vending Zone

The plan to set up Smart Vending Zone at RKV Lane has faced a major setback with residents protethe project.

10 Sep 2021

‘Take a Break’: 14 facilities open in Capital

Consruction of 40 more women-friendly sanitary complexes are under way, following a survey by the corporation

08 Sep 2021

Archaeology dept ‘no’ to Take a Break facility at East Fort

It is learnt that the project being planned is coming up near the iconic Fort Wall — a protected heritage monument in the capital.

08 Sep 2021

Street traders cry foul

 They say the new survey to identify special street vending zones was carried out during the pandemic and does not include all traditional vendors in the city

07 Sep 2021

Efforts to curb plastic use fizzle out

The Union Environment Ministry has issued strict orders banning plastic carry bags below 75 microns from next month.

02 Sep 2021

Illegal dog breeders come under scanner

Now, with the High Court ordering mandatory registration for breeders, the corporation is gearing up to enforce the regulations, but it won’t be easy. 

01 Sep 2021

Vizhinjam: A port of woes

Resentment is brewing among local residents and fishermen as the construction of the  Vizhinjam International Deepwater Seaport project progresses.

26 Aug 2021

Coastal families look up to sky with worry

700-metre-long breakwater project at Poonthura drags on While state government announces packages, the latest being Rs 11,000-cr one, they remain mostly on paper

25 Aug 2021

Rajaji Nagar redevelopment to be scrapped? 

B 61.42-cr project has been facing inordinate delays and Smart City T’puram Ltd has informed chief secy of  their decision to shelve it.

24 Aug 2021

Homegrown Onam! ‘Onathinu Orumuram Pachakari’ initiative hit among farmers

Around 3,000 metric tonnes of vegetables procured from local farmers this season , Consumers can buy products at 30 per cent discount as compared to the open market

22 Aug 2021

Onam shopping frenzy

With people venturing out of their homes to buy essential items on Uthradam day, city’s markets once again buzzed with activities

21 Aug 2021

Green vs growth: The debate goes on

Many ongoing and upcoming mass development projects in the capital have stumbled upon legal tussles from green activists.

17 Aug 2021

Theatres stare at blank screen

Many of the theatres are unable to offer any support to their employees due to a lack of revenue.

13 Aug 2021

Trivandrum's tourist spots limping back to normal

While government has allowed the popular spots to reopen, strict curbs are still in place, especially the ban on entry of children. However officials find it difficult to enforce these strictly

11 Aug 2021

Thiruvananthapuram walls to turn canvas for artists

The authorities have chosen five prime spots in the city to feature the artworks.

11 Aug 2021