KOCHI: IMD has extended the sunstroke and sunburn alert in the state from April 2 to April 6.

KOCHI: A preliminary study undertaken by state health authorities found that almost 7% of the total population in Ernakulam is highly likely to develop TB.

Kochi: The state government has declared heatwave, sunburn and sunstroke as state-specific disasters and set aside 10% of its disaster response fund to offer compensation to the people affected by

KOCHI: With mosquito density in different places in the city going up, cases of communicable diseases such as dengue have been reported from many areas.

Alappuzha: The Kerala infrastructure investment fund board (KIIFB) has sanctioned Rs 188.68 crore for implementing a comprehensive drinking water project to distribute potable water to the resident

Kochi: Aimed at eliminating TB from the state by 2020, government has once again joined hands with private hospitals to treat and manage latent TB.

Kochi: In a bid to boost agriculture sector, finance minister Thomas Isaac has announced projects worth Rs 2,500 crore in the budget with focus on value-added products from rice, rubber and coconut

Kochi: As Kochi backwaters are expected to witness an increased movement of traffic in the coming days, various boat operators have demanded authorities to come out with a system that facilitates o

KOCHI: Corporation has announced that they would collect only segregated waste from April 1.

Kochi: Citing failure to comply with emission standards, Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has issued a directive to Malabar Cements Ltd (MCL) to submit report regarding adhering to the rules

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