Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Alavikutty Vs State of Kerala & Others dated 17/07/2019 regarding pollution of River Thirur Ponnai, Malappuram District, Kerala. NGT accepts the action plan for mitigation of pollution filed by the Kerala State Pollution Control Board and directs implementation with strict adherence to the time line and cost projected in the report.

Addressing a press conference in Kozhikode district after an all-party meet that discussed the situation post-Nipah, state Health Minister KK Shylaja said the virus has been brought under control a

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With 10 deaths due to the deadly Nipah virus being reported so far from northern Kerala, the state government on Wednesday issued an advisory, asking travellers to avoid visitin

Geospatial data from 12 districts uploaded to portal; details from Pathanamthitta, Malappuram to be updated in a month

KOZHIKODE: The National Virology Institute, Pune, confirmed that the contagious fever that has killed several people in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts over the last fortnight is due to Nipah vi

Kochi: Amid rising complaints about noise pollution, a leading mosque in the Muslim-majority Malappuram district in Kerala has decided decides to deliver only one 'azaan' over loudspeaker during th

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Alavikutty Vs State of Kerala & Others dated 16/11/2016 regarding pollution of Tirur Ponnani river, Malappuram district, Kerala. Mangalam Grama Panchayath is taking action to clean the banks of the river and to plant trees on the river side under NREGS. It is also stated that no coconut husk unit is f unctioning in the Panchayath causing pollution to the Tirur Ponnani River.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Southern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Muhammed. O Vs Kerala State Pollution Control Board & Others dated 13/07/2016 regarding quarrying or mining operations in the Arimbra Hills, Malappuram District, Kerala, including clearing of vegetation without obtaining prior EC and other mining permissions from the concerned authorities.

There are certain crop plants that are not cropped but edible, containing high nutrients and medicinal value. These crops also called as hidden harvests are capable of providing essential nutrients to our diets besides contributing to household income.

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Malappuram: Following reports of dengue fever in Kottakkal, the health department has stepped up vector-control activities in the region.