Hardly 24 hours after two youths stabbed a 42-year-old for questioning their act of teasing his daughter, Nettoor witnessed another incident of manhandling on Sunday.
The farmers across the district have begun transplanting paddy saplings from nurseries to field for pisanam cultivation, thanks to the rains.
Migrant workers buy contraband from their hometown at cheap rates and sell it to middlemen & others in state at exorbitant prices
According to the data available with Department of Industrial Safety and Health, there are 3,219 (approx) migrant workers in the district as of September 2021.
Police are yet to discover the motive of the suicide, since the couple only left behind a scribbled note with the phone numbers of their relatives.
According to the police, the contractor owed Rs 48,000 to Burhan Ahmed, who was working on the construction site of a hostel for a private hospital near Karukutty.
Of the 25 labourers, 24-year-old Topram was seriously ill and had to be taken to the government hospital. But, officials were the last to ‘know’ about the incident, source said.
Two LeT commanders among four terrorist eliminated in J-K, were involved in killing of migrant workers
Security forces eliminated four militants who were involved in the killing of migrant labourers in Jammu and Kashmir, police said.
In several cases, sleuths found that migrant workers helped the local youths source cannabis from West Bengal, Odisha, Chattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh.
The incident occurred around 5pm when the wooden plank on which the labourers were standing broke.
Amid a dip in the number of Covid-19 cases being reported, industrial units in Coimbatore are witnessing a surge in migrant workers returning from their hometowns.
The e-Shram portal is part of an effort to create a database of unorganised workers from different sectors like construction, apparel manufacturing, fishing, gig and platform work among others.
Ernakulam district has successfully vaccinated over 50 per cent of its guest workers.
The Kochi Corporation, in association with the University of Reading, UK, has initiated a housing project for the city’s migrant population.
As a pilot starting from next Monday, the first identified location is Little India, a precinct favourite among migrant workers from South Asia.