The protest of local people at Kathikudam in Thrissur district against Nitta Gelatin India Ltd (NGIL) has only intensified with the lathi charge that happened on July 21.

The public works department on Wednesday got administrative sanction to install 10 women-friendly e-toilets each at all government medical colleges in the state.

Intercropping in cashew estates mooted for better results

The Kerala State Planning Board will submit a Rs.1,222 crore Bharathapuzha Basin Development Plan soon to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for getting financial aid from it for the project.

The Planning Board member C.P. John told The Hindu on Saturday that the Planning Board held discussions with the WWF delegation two months back on the issue and they were positive about assisting the project.

Hill regions (high ranges) in three Kerala districts have been identified for implementation of a unique eco-governance programme in the country. Crucially, it won't alienate the local population.

Kochi: Efforts are on to declare the oxbow lake at Vynthala near Mala in Thrissur district a Biodiversity Heritage Site (BHS) as a mark of the diverse flora and fauna there.

The protest against the pollution of Chalakudy River allegedly by Nitta Gelatin India Limited (NGIL) is gaining momentum with agitators threatening to forcibly remove the company’s discharge outlet

If everything goes well, six panchayats in Thrissur district will face no more shortage of drinking water for at least five years, thanks to the water management committees which are operational in

Kasturirangan panel member Sunita Narain says the proposed dam will affect downstream flow

Athirappilly hydel power project proposed across Chalakudy River cannot be implemented in its present form, environmental activist Sunita Narain, who heads the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), has said. She is a member of the High Level Working Group on Western Ghats, chaired by K. Kasturirangan, which looked into the viability of the project.

The census shows that Kerala has a literacy rate of 94 per cent. The child population in Kerala has shown a declining trend.

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