Kerala Government News
Kerala plans to grant period leave: Do women need a break when menstruating?
The Kerala government has said it is considering granting menstrual leave to women students of all state universities coming under the Department of Higher Education. The move remains hotly contested with some hailing the decision and others arguing its necessity
War over varsity: Kerala Governor removed from chancellor’s post, not the first
The Kerala Assembly, few months back, had passed a bill - Kerala University Laws (Amendment) Bill, which give power to the state government in the selection of the vice chancellors
The big fight between the Kerala government and governor explained
The LDF-led CPI(M) government claims the governor is an agent of the RSS and is attempting to sabotage state universities through interference. Governor Arif Mohammad Khan, meanwhile, has accused the government of being biased against him and encroaching on his authority
Kerala Cabinet votes to bring in ordinance to remove Governor Arif Mohammed Khan as universities' chancellor
The Kerala government is planning to replace the Governor with an 'educational expert' as the Chancellor of universities in the state
Tamil Nadu: RSS route march doesn't get a permit from the Government
The Tamil Nadu government has rejected permission for the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh to conduct a route march followed by a public meeting across the State on Gandhi Jayanti.
Muslim organisation or terror outfit? What is the PFI and how has it grown in India?
Founded in 2007, the Popular Front of India (PFI) finds itself embroiled in various criminal cases related to terror, murder, and inciting communal violence. However, the organisation states that its aim is to empower the deprived and marginalised Muslims and Dalits. What is its truth?
NIA raids lead to PFI activists staging protests in Kerala
As the news of the early morning searches broke out, PFI workers took out marches to the places where the raids were carried out and raised slogans against the Centre and its investigating agencies.
Not Dogs’ Own Country: Why Kerala is seeking Supreme Court’s permission to kill strays
Twenty-one people have died because of rabies and around one lakh have suffered dog bites in Kerala so far this year. The recent demise of a 12-year-old after being bitten by a stray has raised the ire of the public
26,000 vials of anti-rabies vaccine tested by CDL available in hospitals, says Kerala government
The step was being taken as there has been a large increase in the number of people coming to hospitals for anti-rabies vaccine due to bites from dogs and cats, stated the health department
Kerala government moves High Court against bail granted to activist Civic Chandran in sexual harassment case
The state government sought to cancel the anticipatory bail which was granted by Kozhikode Sessions Court on 2 August which became controversial for the observations made by the Judge allegedly against the SC/ST (PA) Act
Eco-Sensitive Zones row: Kerala forest minister to meet Bhupender Yadav today
A K Saseendran will meet the Union minister for environment, forest and climate change, at New Delhi to seek the Centre's support in getting the inhabited areas and agricultural lands exempted while implementing the recent apex court verdict on ESZ
Heavy rains continue to lash parts of Kerala; IMD issues orange alert in seven districts
The IMD issued an Orange alert in the districts of Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Kannur and Kasaragod for today.
Kerala announces Rs 2 lakh ex-gratia for kin of deceased migrant workers from West Bengal
The state labour department also informed that necessary steps will be taken to transport the bodies of the labourers to West Bengal
Kerala Lottery 2022: Result of Win Win W 658 to be released by 3 pm, first price Rs 75 lakh
Ticket holders must check their ticket number with the winning numbers published in the Kerala Government Gazette
Kerala government to dilute powers of Lokayukta; Opposition Congress, BJP cries foul
The Left government in Kerala has reportedly decided to amend the Lokayukta Act, charging that it was to 'undermine' the powers of the ombudsman and to facilitate corruption
Kerala tells SC no amount of rejuvenation can perpetuate 126-yr-old Mullaperiyar dam
The government said the only permanent solution for removing the 'eternal threat owing to the safety concerns' of the dam is to build a new dam in the downstream reaches of the existing dam
Kerala hails SC verdict on Plus One exams; education minister says many students wanted offline exam for Class 11
Reacting to the verdict, state General Education Minister V Sivankutty said a majority of students wanted to write the examination offline and it will be held without creating any difficulties for them.
SC puts Kerala govt's decision to hold offline exams from 6 September on pause
According to the health ministry data, the state continues to contribute 70 percent of the cases in the country
Kerala directs government employees to submit 'no dowry' affidavit within one month of marriage
As per new rules, the 'anti-dowry' affidavit has to be signed duly by the employee’s wife, father, and father-in-law
Kerala extends COVID-19 lockdown till 30 May; 'triple shutdown' to end in three districts, says Pinarayi Vijayan
The chief minister said that the "triple lockdown" will continue in Malappuram as the test positivity rate has remained high in the district