The Nipah outbreak which struck the state in 2018 and 2019 has once again become a topic of discussion.
V K Beenakumari, in her order, directed Kallooppara panchayat secretary to cut down the trees within a month and submit a compliance report.
When the Nipah virus infection broke out in 2018, electrical engineer Yashpal Rathore, who has been photographing wildlife for 12 years, decided to document bats in the urban landscape.
Lini's husband Sajeesh Puthur said that Mullappally, who was the local MP, never once visited the bereaved nurse's family or even called to console them.
Instead of making the necessary interventions to control the COVID-19 outbreak, the Health Minister was trying to seek fame, alleged KPCC president Mullappally Ramachandran
Several expressed surprise over how a project could function since 2014 if there were so many loopholes.
District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) officials in each district got in touch with hotels and homestays on a daily basis to find about the tourist arrival.
The killer nCoV has spread global panic, but it has not entered Karnataka yet. However, there are other communicable diseases in the state which have killed many and need to be tackled
The first quarter (January-March) was relatively quiet — calm before the storm — Nipah, the devastating floods and the Sabarimala issues were to dominate the news in the ensuing months, now we know:
Life is slowly limping back to normalcy in Nipah-virus hit areas in the district, even as awareness campaigns are in full swing to make people aware of the disease.
The Indian Medical Association’s six-member expert panel which investigated the Nipah outbreak in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts has come out with a five-page report.
A week after Nipah virus was confirmed as the villain behind the unknown fever deaths that had gripped Kozhikode, health authorities now seem to have a fair bit of control over the situation.
The committee has been given the responsibility of taking stock of the measures being implemented in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts.
Recently, on the basis of some media reports, it was rumoured that Sabith was in Malaysia a month before his death and had returned after he was down with fever.
After an initial setback due to reports on Nipah-related deaths, the Kerala tourism industry seems to be clawing back to normalcy.