Agency Installs Meters To Monitor Water Supply From Aluva Plant

The permanent water flow meters installed at Aluva water treatment plant to monitor the quantity of water supplied to the city is likely to become operational next week.

Agency Sitting On . 760-Cr Cash Pile From An Earlier JICA Loan

Kochi: After authorities sought to include the second phase of Vyttila Mobility Hub under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), it’s the turn of Rs 900-crore Kalamassery drinking water project to be considered for the central scheme.

Fund For Setting Up Basic Facilities

The state will get Rs 125.5 crore for improving the basic facilities of the government hospitals across the state. The fund has been sanctioned by the Centre under the national rural health programme (NRHM), said health minister V S Sivakumar.

Environment conservation has taken a backseat in the district, with the Kochi Corporation and municipalities not preparing People’s Biodiversity Registers (PBR) yet.

With the Supreme Court deadline for naming the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) violations on Vembanad Lake and islands nearing, the Kerala State Coastal Zone Management Authority (KSCZMA) will meet t

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.

City utilises only 35% of funds; two major projects fail to take off

Rs.350-crore facility will be capable of processing 500 tonnes of waste daily

Finally, the government has zeroed in on the technology to be adopted at the proposed solid waste treatment plant in Brahmapuram. Minister for Urban Affairs Manjalamkuzhi Ali told The Hindu on Monday that the new facility would adopt the waste-to-energy technology.

State had demanded Rs.7,888 crore

The Union government has sanctioned a drought-relief package of Rs.107 crore to Kerala. The amount was sanctioned by the National Disaster Management Committee, headed by Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar, to carry out long-term agricultural projects and to resolve drinking water shortage in some districts.

Hill regions (high ranges) in three Kerala districts have been identified for implementation of a unique eco-governance programme in the country. Crucially, it won't alienate the local population.