The indianexpress.com report, dated January 11, mentioned about Kavya S, a class 12 student who made the video about the environmental impact of the decades-long black sand mining activity in her village Alappad.
The platform provides a unique opportunity to the public to submit their innovative, sustainable and practical ideas for all walks of life to address the socio-economic and sustainable issues of the State.
July 17 marks the first day of the Malayalam month of 'Karkidakam', the last month of the calendar, during which Hindu families in the state read the Ramayana as part of beliefs to ward off evil forces.
This will be a big relief to women working in shops, hotels and commercial establishments. The proposed bill will also have various women-friendly initiatives such as providing sitting arrangement for saleswomen during working hours.
Referring to the allegation of Chennithala that students behind the incident belonged to Students Federation of India, (SFI), the student wing of CPI(M), Vijayan said SFI never agree or accept this kind of actions.
This dip in enrollment numbers, attributed to the state's declining birth rate, coincided with the rise of English-medium private schooling. In 2006-07, the state had 587 CBSE schools, which rose to 1,360 in 2016-17.
The Health minister said besides H1N1 and dengue, rat fever and cholera have also been reported in Kerala. A cholera death was reported in Pathanamthitta district and three cholera cases had been detected among migrant labourers in Kozhikode, she said.
Trivandrum, Feb 12 (ANI): Protests broke out inside the Kerala Assembly while Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy was presenting the interim budget on Friday. The Left Democratic Front (LDF) protested inside and outside the Kerala Assembly against the Kerala Government, saying the interim budget was leaked. The LDF members holding banners and placards raised slogans against Chandy. Thereafter, the LDF members marched out of the House and boycotted the budget session.