The food safety department will write to the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), the statutory body to ensure safe food, on the loopholes in the Food Safety and Standards Act, 200

Environmentalists who had opposed the plan put forward by the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to cut down around 6,000 trees on the Kazhakoottam-Mukkola stretch, have suggested an altern

Almost a year after consultancy firm Egis India took over as independent engineer for the City Roads Improvement Project (Crip), the Kerala Road Fund Board (KRFB) is on a hunt for the next independ

The World Bank, which funds the Kerala State Transport Project (KSTP), has made some suggestions to improve public communication and user engagement during phase-II of the project including develop

After the 80 km safe corridor along the Kazhakkoottam-Taikod-Kottarakkara-Adoor route, the World Bank has now suggested dmevelopment of another 10 safe corridors across the state to demonstrate the

Officials of state’s food safety enforcement wing are busy this summer.

84 Abattoirs Shut Down Following Crackdown By Department

It seems that a major chunk of the meat you buy from the various outlets in the state is not safe to eat. Nearly 84 slaughterhouses across the state were closed down following raids conducted by food safety officials last week. It is also generally accepted that scores of illegal slaughterhouses that operate at odd hours have escaped the raid.

Govt Yields To Public Opposition, Not To Set Up CIAL-Model Co

Unable to overcome public opposition, the state government has finally decided to drop the proposal to set up a CIALmodel Kerala Drinking Water Supply Company.