Kerala Government News
The IMD issued an Orange alert in the districts of Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Kannur and Kasaragod for today.
The state labour department also informed that necessary steps will be taken to transport the bodies of the labourers to West Bengal
Ticket holders must check their ticket number with the winning numbers published in the Kerala Government Gazette
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
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.
According to the health ministry data, the state continues to contribute 70 percent of the cases in the country
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
CPM veteran Pinarayi Vijayan was Tuesday elected its Parliamentary party leader, paving the way for his successive stint as the Chief Minister of Kerala
The weather department has predicted heavy rains and strong winds in Kerala and Lakshadweep for the next five days
'You are looting people': Kerala HC slams private hospitals, lauds LDF govt's price cap on COVID-19 treatment
The Pinarayi Vijayan government has capped the price of the general ward at Rs 2,500, which includes nursing, boarding, blood transfusion, and oxygen services
Narendra Modi compares LDF to Judas at Palakkad rally, says govt 'betrayed Kerala for few pieces of gold'
Addressing his first election rally in Kerala, the BJP leader also slammed the LDF govt over the Sabarimala issue and criticised the UDF over corruption
Khan also read out in full length the remarks against thefarm laws, against which the Kerala Assembly had unanimously passed a resolution on 31 December demanding its immediate withdrawal
Kerala health minister instructs officials to ensure efficiency in combating health issues due to Cyclone Burevi
Minister KK Shailaja told hospitals to keep emergency medicines, including anti-snake venom, available and said that hospital should arrange to deal with mass causalities in emergency department
Kerala govt to move SC after HC dismisses plea to transfer trial against Dileep in sexual assault case
Both the Kerala government and the survivor have alleged that the trial judge at Kerala High Court refused to record certain portions of the survivor's testimony without any justification, despite repeated requests by the prosecutor.
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