‘Pollutants being released into canal for 23 years’

Local residents will resume their agitation against china clay mining at Madayipara by the public sector Kerala Clays and Ceramics Products (KCCP), alleging that the mining continues to contaminate water resources and leads to an increase in the number of cancer patients in the locality.

Pumping stopped due to lean flow in river : It is yet another summer of woes for the people of Ramanthali panchayat in Kannur district as they reel under water scarcity with the Kerala Water Author

Mining stopped following National Green Tribunal sought Environment Clearance for it

When he decided to quit his well-paid IT job in Qatar last year and decided to do something on his own, Iritty native Aneesh R K had no idea as to what should be his future course of action.

Chief minister Oommen Chandy has expressed hope that the opposition to the gas pipeline project of GAIL in some parts of the state would come down once house connections are issued in Kochi.

Over 100 students of an educational institution at Thalassery and some staff members were taken to hospital on Wednesday after they complained of symptoms of food poisoning.

The students of the Nettur Technical Training Foundation Institute were brought to the government hospital at Thalassery on Wednesday morning after they complained of bowel uneasiness.

‘We have been asked to conduct a detailed probe on the nature of the violations and the possible involvement of the officials in the scam’

Planting saplings grafted from twins detached from a Malgoa mango tree planted by Gandhiji at Payyannur nearly eight decades ago is a novel way of celebrating Gandhi Jayanthi.

The Kannur-based Kerala Initiative to Save Agriculture and Nature (KISAN) has 100 grafts in its possession now to be distributed among various institutions for planting on October 2.

Two years after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) introduced the 'National School Sanitation Initiative' with an aim to inculcate good sanitation habits among schoolchildren, a majori

Local bodies begin work on groundwater recharge

Local bodies in the district have been urged to initiate steps to implement projects aimed at long-term groundwater recharge in the district.
Addressing a meeting on the ‘Amrithavarshini' project conceived for turning Kannur into a water resource-rich district, District Collector Rathan Kelkar said that many panchayats had already started work to ensure groundwater recharge to stop the depletion in groundwater level.