Missive to State government to scrap tribunal Bill

In spite of a global ban on endosulfan enforced about four years ago, more than 600 children below the age of 14 in eight grama panchayats in the Chittur taluk in Palakkad district continue to suff

Farmers in State’s rice bowl take to other lucrative crops

Indiscriminate and unscientific sand-mining has turned the Gayathripuzha, a major tributary of the Bharathapuzha, into a deathtrap.

Under attack from the CPI-M led LDF opposition, the UDF government in Kerala today announced freezing of a recent no objection certificate (NoC) to accept tax for 786 acres of 'controversial' land

Delayed Action Against Offenders Leading To Loss To Exchequer: Report

With the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report identifying coastal countries as among those likely to be most affected by climate change, Kerala's low-lying coastal districts are

A 2010 survey conducted by the Scheduled Tribes Development Department had found that nearly half of the total deaths in the ST communities over the previous five years were premature or unnatural.

Collectors asked to prepare operational plans

By next year, the administrative machinery in the State may be better prepared to handle crisis response and calamity relief operations.
The State Disaster Management Authority (SDMA) has initiated steps to complete the draft State plan for disaster management by this year end.

75,000 residents in the eastern part of Chittur been demanding water from the Parambikulam Aliyar Project.

On the premises of a few polling stations in the district, booths supporting an unusual ‘candidate’ sprouted on Thursday. They were rooting for NOTA (none of the above).