LDF stages 'people's protests' across Kerala, accuses Centre of blocking development projects via probe agencies
The "Janakeeya Koottayma" (people's gathering) was held from 5 pm to 6 pm at 25,000 centres and the Front claimed that around 25 lakh people participated
COVID-19 tally in Kerala crosses 4 lakh with 7,020 new cases today; Thrissur district reports highest number
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said of the fresh cases, 168 people arrived from outside the state, 6,037 were infected through contact, and the source of infection for 734 was unknown
The decision was taken in a review meeting on Thursday, even as the prices of onions and shallots (small onions) have risen to Rs 90 and Rs 120 respectively in the last week
Kerala says low COVID-19 mortality is 'silver lining' as daily cases cross 10k; India's tally nears 70 lakh
Doctors in West Bengl say people's "careless attitude" in wearing masks and following health safety norms in public places is leading to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in West Bengal
NIA questions Kerala minister KT Jaleel in gold smuggling case; Congress, BJP demand CM Pinarayi's resignation
Responding to the Opposition, Kerala law minister AK Balan said Jaleel had not been arraigned as an accused, and that NIA's interrogation was to "seek information" as per protocol
Fire breaks out at Kerala Secretariat, Opposition terms it 'conspiracy to destroy evidence' in gold smuggling case
Congress leader Ramesh Chennithala demanded a "comprehensive" probe into the cause of the fire, while Kerala BJP president K Surendran said it was a way to "sabotage" proof
No-confidence motion against P Vijayan govt defeated in Kerala Assembly; CM says Congress in 'pathetic situation'
It is after a 15-year gap that a no-confidence motion was moved against the state government
The LDF government filed the application in the court, a day after an all-party-meeting in Kerala demanded the withdrawal of the Centre's decision to privatise the airport
Kerala local body polls likely to be held in October, says EC after receiving health experts' 'green signal'
Kerala EC V Bhaskaran said state health department will provide separate advisories for officials, political parties and voters
Kerala rains: Toll rises to 15 in Idukki landslide, 50 people feared trapped; govt to foot medical bills of injured
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kerala governor Arif Mohammed Khan, Home Minister Amit Shah and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi among others expressed anguish at the loss of lives in the landslide
The Centre on Thursday allowed the NIA to investigate the case in view of its "serious implications for national security"
Kerala govt issues yellow alert for seven dams as state receives torrential rainfall; IMD says similar weather conditions expected for 4 days
The Kerala dams Neyyar Dam in Thiruvananthapuram district, Bhoothathankett in Ernakulam, Malankara in Idukki district, Moolathara in Palakkad, Karapuzha in Wayanad, Kuttiyadi in Kozhikkode and Pazhassi in Kannur are on yellow alert.
The examinations were initially scheduled to be completed in March end but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown.
Training for primary school teachers in Kerala through the KITE Victers channel and online mode has begun from Thursday, 14 May.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Kerala govt mandates week-long quarantine for natives coming from other states; 3,363 have returned in last two days
The Kerala government on Tuesday announced new quarantine guidelines for stranded natives coming in from Red Zones in other states.
Kerala govt depicts Mahatma Gandhi's assassination on cover of its Budget; state FM Thomas Issac calls it 'political statement'
Referring to the stringent opposition raised by the Left government in Kerala against the CAA and NRC, the finance minister lavished praise on the joint protests led by the ruling LDF and opposition UDF against the central act.
Kerala guv rejects Pinarayi Vijayan govt's explanation on moving SC against CAA, calls move ‘unlawful’
Kerala governor Arif Mohammed Khan on Monday rejected the Left Front government's explanation over moving the Supreme Court against the Citizenship Amendment Act without informing him and said it was “unlawful”.
Kerala decides not to cooperate with NPR updation; Census exercise will continue, says Pinarayi Vijayan government
The Left Front government in Kerala on Monday decided to inform the Centre it would not cooperate with the updation of the NPR, saying there were fears among the public about the process and it has the "constitutional responsibility" to alleviate them and ensure law and order.
No state can deny implementation of CAA, doing so would be unconstitutional, says Congress leader Kapil Sibal
There is no way a state can deny the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) when it is already passed by the Parliament, said Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Saturday
55-meter-high Jain Coral Cove demolished in Kochi for violating CRZ norms; third building razed after SC order
55-meter high Jain Coral Cove was built in violation of Coastal Regulation Zone norms in Maradu Municipality