The petition by activist K M Shahjahan has sought directions to the Kerala government to adhere to the COVID-19 protocol and ban all public gatherings.
The LDF has decided to invite 140 MLAs, 20 MPs and party workers with a total capacity of 500 invitees. This had drawn flak from a cross section of people including celebrities and the common man.
The online petition seeking a virtual swearing-in ceremony of the new government was started by Thiruvananthapuram native Arvind Soju and Binu K N.
As KC(M) joins the second Pinarayi Vijayan government with a ministerial berth and the chief whip post with cabinet rank, party chairman Jose K Mani can heave a sigh of relief.
He said all sort of assembly of people has been banned in the district and travel permission was given only for those engaged in emergency services and medical patients.
While the CPM will have 12 ministers, including the chief minister, in addition to the Speaker, the CPI will get four ministers and deputy speaker post.
Pinarayi Vijayan can set an example, and thereby create history again, by exploring the options for a virtual ceremony.
'Kanji' at Rs 1,300 shocks Kerala HC, tells govt to enforce order capping Covid treatment at private hospitals immediately
The HC made it clear that no private hospitals shall be entitled to charge on consumables and PPE kits, essential instruments like Oximeter more than the cost price at which it was procured by them.
A CBI officer part of the probe into the violation of the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act in the Wadakkanchery LIFE Mission project said the investigation will enter a crucial phase soon.
The Left front in Kerala has lashed out against the Union Government for back-to-back fuel price hikes.
The new LDF government under Pinarayi Vijayan is set to assume office on May 20.
Ryan is the leader of The Workers’ Party in Ireland and an elected member of Dublin City Council, besides a socialist and feminist.
The LDF Tripunithura assembly committee will file the plea before the court next week.
A preliminary analysis by BJP has revealed a steep decline in party’s votes in constituencies where the Ezhava community holds sway.
Cross-sectional mobilisation helped Left front translate verdict into sweep, says political scientist