The displeasure of the World Bank over the constant changing of heads for the Kerala Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project, better known as the Jalanidhi, seems well-grounded.
As many as 224 temple elephants have gone 'missing' in the state in the past two years.
The public works department on Wednesday got administrative sanction to install 10 women-friendly e-toilets each at all government medical colleges in the state.
In view of the Union government's decision to promote genetically improved farmed tilapia ( GIFT), the state government has accorded sanction for rearing genetically improved tilapia fish at Ponnan
The health department is seeking funding from the World Bank for executing projects, especially its ambitious e-health project.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Even as the controversy surrounding the Bolgatty convention centre project of Emke Group, led by M A Yusuff Ali, is gathering momentum, records show that the Kerala Coastal Zone
Temple elephants, it seems, are dying young in god's own country.
The architect of Western Ghats Expert Ecology Panel (WGEEP) report, Madhav Gadgil, on Tuesday said Kerala needs to take a lead in developing publicly accessible information on India's environment.
On a green path, the Thiruvananthapuram railway division authorities are close to running its 384 level crossing gates on solar power.
The state government's plan to introduce CIAL model company for supply of drinking water will not hamper Kerala Water Authority's (KWA) ambitious project to introduce packaged drinking water.
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