31.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA SilverLine project: Kerala govt sanctions Rs 20.5 crore for land acquisition process Despite strong objections against the SilverLine project from various corners, the government is completing the formalities for the project at a quick pace. In the latest development, the government sanctioned Rs 20.5 crore towards establishment and contingency charges for the land acquisition of … Read more

30.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA   Centre concerned over high positivity rate in Kerala, Mizoram The Centre on Friday expressed concern over high positivity rate in Kerala (6.1%) and Mizoram (8.2%), even as the overall average daily new cases in the country continue to remain below 7,000 and case positivity below 1% for the last two weeks. The Centre also cautioned against … Read more

29.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala Police to visit labour camps, build rapport A high-level meeting of district police chiefs and supervising DIGs and IGs was held here in the wake of the riot-like situation involving migrant labourers at Kizhakkambalam. Police helpline numbers, contact numbers of SHOs and deputy SPs should be shared with labourers to redress their grievances quickly. … Read more

28.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA   Govt has no objection to single-sex schools becoming co-ed: Min Minister V Sivankutty said that the general education department does not have any objection to single-sex schools in Kerala getting converted to co-educational schools. Speaking at a news conference at Kanhangad in Kasaragod on Monday, he said that many boys-only and girls-only schools would like to become co-educational institutions. “It is not being decided … Read more

26-27.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Education for tribespeople: Launchpad for for marginalized in Kerala While the passing year had seen the pandemic impacting the tribal communities disproportionately in their pursuit to access education, there has also been a rare silver lining scripted by a collective of adivasi and dalit youths. Adishakthi Summer School has helped over 250 tribal youths from … Read more

25.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala retains top spot in Niti health index Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana emerged among the best three performers in terms of overall performance according to the Niti Aayog’s health index, while Uttar Pradesh topped the table on incremental performance despite being at the bottom. For the fourth consecutive round, Kerala emerged as the best overall performer. Among smaller states, Mizoram emerged … Read more

24.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA Protests Against Keralas Silver Lining Project   Several political parties and civic organizations, such as the K-Rail SilverLineViruddhaJanakeeya Samiti, have protested “Kerala’s SilverLine project.” Highlights: MPs have signed a petition opposing the project, claiming that it is an “astronomical scam in the making” that will add to the state’s debt. Furthermore, environmentalists believe … Read more

23.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA ‘Neeraj’ to be mascot for first Kerala Olympic Games A rabbit mascot named Neeraj, in honour of Neeraj Chopra, the first Indian athlete to win an Olympic gold medal, will be the symbol for the first ever ‘Kerala Olympic Games‘, slated to be held in February 2022. State Education Minister V Sivankutty unveiled the mascot on Wednesday. The Kerala … Read more

22.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Police to launch ‘Operation Kaaval’ to curb organized crime in Kerala Police have formulated a new programme titled “Operation Kaaval” for nabbing those behind the smuggling of drugs, illegal sand mining and attacks by gangs in the state. State police chief Anil Kant issued guidelines for successfully undertaking the new programme. The district police … Read more

21.12.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA   Cement production to double in Kerala’ Industries minister P Rajeeve has said that two more cement production units will be started in the state to double cement production in another two years. “Now, six lakh tonne of cement is produced in the state every month. It will be doubled to 12 lakh tonne … Read more

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