Only two cities in India

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)-aided water supply project was once again in the dock, as the work in connection with the project in front of the Archbishop

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The WWF-India, in association with Centre for Environment and Development and supported by the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests, will organise a National Environment Awareness Campaign-2010 on February 8.In Thiruvananthapuram, the programme will be held at Museum Auditorium, at 10 a.m.

Reema Narendran

Citizens rejoice! Our city is developing at such a remarkable rate that the city ponds are becoming experimental grounds for pesticides and herbicides hitherto unknown in the country. And the cityfathers at the Corporation, either consciously or otherwise, have given a silent nod.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The City Corporation has decided to act sternly against those who find it hard to keep the city clean. Night squads will soon make their appearance in the city, in a bid to keep an eye on citizens who use the dark hours to dump garbage in public places and water bodies.

Kerala State is a harbinger of what will happen in future to the rest of India in chronic non-communicable diseases (NCD). We assessed: (i) the burden of NCD risk factors; (ii) estimated the relations of behavioural risk factors to socio-demographic correlates, anthropometric risk factors

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Bars, toddy shops, cinemas and other indoor public places in the capital city have been found to be the most polluted in the State.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Low-floor buses will start running in the city on November 11, Transport Minister Jose Thettayil said on Wednesday.

Chief Minister V S Achuthanandan will flag off the buses, Thettayil said.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: On the International Day of Climate Action, which falls on October 24, Uni-Y Trivandrum, Thanal and Alliance Francaise will join hands to initiate a grass-roots movement in Thiruvananthapuram for a cleaner and greener tomorrow.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The first batch of low-floor buses will hit the city streets shortly. The routes for the buses, which are likely to come down from Bangalore to Thiruvananthapuram before the end of next month, are currently being finalised by the City Corporation.