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Kerala rejoices release of Father Tom Uzhunnalil

The 57-year-old priest was working as a missionary in Yemen and helping Missionaries of Charity sisters to run an old age home when he was abducted. Kerala today expressed joy over the release of Father Tom Uzhunnalil, a Salesian priest who was abducted in March 2016 in Eden. The 57-year-old priest was working as a missionary in Yemen and helping ... Read More »

Kerala Minister denied permission by the Central Govt to visit China

Kerala Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran on Friday alleged that the Centre has denied him permission to attend a tourism meet in China. He cited that he was not given any valid reason for the denial. The event which was about to happen from September 11-16 in United Nations World Tourism Organisation in Chengdu would see delegates coming from all over ... Read More »

Kerala govt gives Rs 10 lakh relief to Tamil Nadu accident victim’s family

The Kerala government declared a compensation of Rs.10 lakh for the family of Tamilnadu man a road accident victim who died after five hospitals denied him treatment. Murugan, 46, from Tirunelveli, had met with an accident near Kollam a week ago, but hospitals refused to admit him. He died in an ambulance after a seven-hour battle for life. The issue triggered ... Read More »

Malayalam actress assault: Victim writes letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan against derogatory remarks by Poonjar MLA PC George

The Malayalam actress who was kidnapped and assaulted in Kochi on February 2017 has written a moving letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. In the latest development, the actress has written an open letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to throw light on the victim shaming she is being subjected to by one of his cabinet ministers PC George. The letter ... Read More »

Dengue Kills 21 In Kerala, Crisis Looms

A dengue has killed at least 21 people in Kerala in the past three weeks, a government official said. There was a shortage of  medicines and health workers to tackle the crisis he added. The mosquito-borne dengue virus has infected more than 11,000 people in Kerala since May , forcing the state to buy new hospital beds and cancel medical staff leave. Dengue ... Read More »

Kerala in the grip of viral fever, 103 deaths so far

With over 100 deaths since January in Kerala due to various types of fevers. The government on Sunday appealed to the people to join the government’s mass sanitation drive on a war footing. According to health department 103 people including women and children died so far due to H1N1 ,leptospirosis and dengue. Out of 103 people, 53 people died of ... Read More »

Kerala Government implements green protocol

Wedding ceremonies in Kerala are all set to become ‘green’, with the state government coming out with a green-protocol to make the auspicious occasions more nature-friendly. Instead of disposable glasses and plates and thermocal decorations people use tumblers , plates and other utensils made of glass and environment friendly metals Inspections will be held at marriage halls, convention centres and ... Read More »

A rule amendment will allow women to work in liquor shops in Kerala

Kerala state excise department is designing to update Kerala abkari shops disposal rules, 2002, and foreign liquor rules, 1953. Once the rules get amended, the ban on selling liquor in bar hotels, wine parlors will be no more in existence for women. Soon the women will be visible as selling and serving the alcohol and beer to the customers. As ... Read More »

DGP Senkumar reinstated by Kerala Government

DGP Senkumar who was in loggerheads with the Kerala Government has been reinstated to his post after a 11 month long legal battle. He has got a little over 2 months to complete his tenure though he has moved the Supreme Court asking it to extend his posting by 2 years as was promised during his promotion. Senkumar is the ... Read More »

Reinstate the DGP – SC orders Kerala Government

T P Senkumar, the DGP of Kerala who was transferred ‘unfairly and arbitrarily’ was asked by the Supreme Court to be reinstated. Noting the political vendetta behind the transfer, SC said that the rule of law should not become a casualty to the whims and fancies of political executive by referring to the Prakash Singh case of 2006. Supreme Curt said ... Read More »

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