The Assembly urged the Narendra Modi government to scrap the new rules as they threaten the livelihoods of lakhs of people and harm the nation's food security.
The Kerala legislators started their day at the assembly canteen here before heading to debate on the new central rule that they say infringes upon the states' rights.
Smart classrooms, top notch infrastructure and a perception shift are upending the way we viewed
The Government UP School here was knocked down by wild elephants at least two dozen times in the past. Yet, it has survived the test of time imparting lessons to the wards of migrant labourers.
The Sree Rama Vilasam (SRV) LP aided school in Shoranur had only one student in attendance on the Praveshanolsavom day. And a lone teacher too!
He asked Malayalees to board the development bus of Modi
BJP national president Amit Shah exhorted the state leadership to urgently chalk out an action plan to rope in members of the minority community into the party.
Last June when schools reopened, Government Junior Basic School (GJBS) in Peral grabbed the headlines.
A CAG report had found lapses in the Rs 7,525 crore Vizhinjam Port Project deal with the Guatam Adani group.
A day after the Centre imposed restrictions on cattle trade, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking to repeal the restrictions.
Kerala, where beef consumption is comparatively high, expressed its resentment against the Centre’s decision to ban slaughter of cattle by organising ‘beef fests’ across the state.
Animal Husbandry Minister K Raju has said the state government will look at enacting laws if the Union Government won’t lift the ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter.
Terming the Union Govt’s decision to prohibit the sale of animals for slaughter ‘harmless’, controversial BJP leader Sakshi Maharaj MP said the situation is such that Ahimsa cannot be propagated.
Protests erupted in several parts of the state, with ‘beef festivals’ being organised by student and youth activists, against the Centre’s notification banning the sale of cattle for slaughter.
Pinarayi Vijayan today shot off a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying imposing restrictions on cattle trade will affect the country's secular ethos and millions of livelihoods.