Kochi: Think twice before you light up in public places in the district. Carrying on their good work from last year, the shadow police are booking offenders with a missionary zeal.

Kochi: Setting a model for other development projects in the state, SmartCity authorities have decided to transplant around 130 trees that were to be cut down for constructing the first IT building

Thiruvananthapuram: The health department is seeking funding from the World Bank for executing projects, especially its ambitious e-health project.

Petitioner Wanted Delhi Model To Be Implemented Here

Existing laws do not allow the government to stipulate the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) in public transportation vehicles, the state government has submitted to the Kerala High Court.

The city corporation may focus on the protection of water bodies, heritage conservation and improvement of drainage system in the second phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewable Missi

With pipe bursts and leakage becoming a routine problem, water supply to the city has fallen drastically.

Dengue Cases Also On The Rise In The Region

With three more children dying in the last two days, the number of malnutrition related deaths in Attappadi became 33 this year.

Tuda Planning To Sow Seeds For Green Dist

Thrissur: Thrissur Urban Development Authority (Tuda) is planning a massive afforestation project in the district by roping in colleges, schools and youth clubs. The project -- ‘One Million Shade’ --plans to plant 10 lakh saplings in a span of five years in the district. It will be implemented with the help of National Service Scheme in 27 colleges under Calicut University, schools and youth clubs.

Experts Suggest Implementation Of The Project Through Clean Kerala Co

At a time when the cash-strapped city corporation is struggling to identify suitable projects to avail funds from the Jawaharlal Nehru National Renewal Mission (JNNURM), experts have suggested the setting up of a model solid waste treatment unit at Brahmapuram.

National Biodiversity Authority (NBA) has selected Kerala as an incubator for a proposal to weave in local level biodiversity registry in the curriculum from the primary school level.

The Kerala State Biodiversity Board (KSBB) has already taken up the proposal with the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT), which is currently in the process of revising the school curriculum.