THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The rain havoc during this South West Monsoon in Kerala with incessant heavy rains, flash floods and debris flows, has claimed 21 lives and left 591 houses fully damaged.
On the steps taken by the government to face the challenge, Vijayan said as part of 'Haritha Keralam' project 15,022 water bodies have been recharged and dug 3931 public wells, 3855 new pounds were
MALAPPURAM: Green weddings may soon become a mainstream phenomenon if the state government has its way.
Serves notice on Idukki Collector
The National Green Tribunal has taken suo motu case on the environmental and ecological damage in Munnar.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With the state facing a drought, the Kerala State Electricity Board is tying up an additional 200 megawatts (MW) to avoid power restrictions during the 2017 summer.
Anticipating a major electricity crisis in view of the Centre's new power policy, the state government is gearing up to generate an additional 1,008 MW of power in the next three years.
A new species of tree frog was discovered and another species of bush frog was rediscovered by a team of researchers during their recent exploration in the Western Ghats.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Living near the borders of forest areas is increasingly becoming more dangerous than ever before.
In May, Supreme Court rejected Tamil Nadu's plea seeking to restrain Kerala from carrying out EIA for the new dam at Mullaperiyar
With the water level in the Mullaperiyar dam touching the contentious 142 foot mark, the the Kerala Government today urged Tamil Nadu to “understand” its concerns over the dam’s stability, while in
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