There is no respite to the drinking water woes of the residents of Edakochi and Perumpadappu region despite projects being implemented in this regard.

A day after the Justice Ramachandran Nair Committee submitted its report on the endosulfan issue, outrage has erupted from various quarters in the state.

The ruling by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) making it mandatory to get environmental clearance for mining or removal of sand from river beds including areas less than five-hectares has put both

The Supreme Court’s observation that Kerala’s version was not heard before the Empowered Committee (EC) on Mullaperiyar drew its final conclusions has brought cheers to the state.

Through its arguments, the counsel for the state pointed out that the panel which looked into the issue, denied natural justice to the state. “Kerala through the arguments questioned the very basis of the EC report, which certified the Mullaperiyar dam safe.

The protest of local people at Kathikudam in Thrissur district against Nitta Gelatin India Ltd (NGIL) has only intensified with the lathi charge that happened on July 21.

The UDF Government’s controversial move to establish a CIAL-model company for water supply took a heavy beating on Wednesday with seven of its MLAs writing to Chief Minister Oommen Chandy flaying t

If everything goes well, six panchayats in Thrissur district will face no more shortage of drinking water for at least five years, thanks to the water management committees which are operational in

Monsoon showers have just hit Ernakulam and the district is already reeling under the threat of epidemic.

The Integrated Development of Fishing Villages Project will be launched statewide during a function at the Paravoor HMY Ground on Thursday.

Apprehensions are rife over the amount of water to be supplied by the Kerala Water Authority to the city once the Rs 201-crore Maradu Water Treatment Plant is commissioned.