Chennithala claimed that the latest move is a ploy by the LDF government to cover up the controversial Life Mission scam.
Setback for Kerala government, High Court dismisses petition against Thiruvananthapuram airport lease
The Centre said that it had approved the grant of lease of Airport to the highest bidder for 50 years subject to the security clearance from NSA.
Domestic tourists will have to wear masks, apart from ensuring physical distancing of two metres and using sanitisers during their visit. Those
If the proposal is accepted, the retail sale of liquor in bars will be stopped. Instead, the bars would be allowed to serve liquor on their premises under strict COVID safety protocol.
Vijayan was speaking after dedicating 90 schools as 'Centres of Excellence' and laying the foundation stone virtually for 54 school buildings on Saturday.
The CBI has booked Santhosh Eapan of Unitac Builders, which bagged the contract of the project, and carried out searches at his office and residence in Kochi.
A 750-metre flyover at one of the many traffic junctions in busy Kochi is a big deal for political parties in Kerala.
The bills passed by the Centre are expected to end the monopoly of the Agriculture Produce Marketing Committee, apart from opening up agricultural sale and marketing outside the notified markets.
Wadakkanchery MLA Anil Akkara said that the vigilance probe could not be accepted. The vigilance probe was announced at a time when the CBI was coming up with an investigation.
The Covid-19 Income Support Scheme (CISS) is a compulsory deferring of six days’ salary of the employees for five months starting September.
Government to run the Rs 60-cr Tata Hospital as just another observation centre. COVID Hospital in Medical College building has just one physician, no ICU after six months.
The study said that family disputes, troubled love affairs, failure in examinations, issues over mobile phones, two-wheelers were among the major reasons for the suicides.
The Opposition Leader also made a jibe at the CPI leadership and its secretary Kanam Rajendran.
The UGC, in its latest regulations on ODL programmes, has revised the criteria for universities to be eligible to offer such courses.
If the company finally shuts its operations in Kerala, it would be the end of the road for 1,500 people, who are employed directly and indirectly by EICL.