30-31.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA India’s First ‘Gender Park’ to be inaugurated in Kozhikode, Kerala   The state government of Kerala will launch the first of its kind three-storeyed ‘Gender Park’ in Kozhikode, to promote gender equality and empowerment in the state. ‘‘ The overall cost of establishing the park is around Rs 300 crore and it spreads … Read more

29.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Government firm on free-vaccine policy, says Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan   The state government is of the firm opinion that Covid-19 vaccine should be provided free-of-cost to every citizen, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said in the assembly.   The chief minister said that the state has written to the Prime Minister requesting him to provide vaccines to all … Read more

28.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala government remains firm on banning single-use plastic   Reinforcing the complete ban on plastic in the state, the environment & climate change department has rejected the request from manufacturers of compostable plastic carry bags to allow them to dispose of existing stock.   The ban on single-use plastic came into effect in the state on January 1, 2020. The environment department … Read more

27.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA State to showcase investment potential in industry sector in Looks Ahead conference State government is set to showcase a broad range of its robust and resilient industry before a formidable line-up of business leaders, industry captains and other stakeholders during the proposed ‘Kerala Looks Ahead’ conference with a view to attract large-scale investment from abroad. Besides showcasing ‘Ease of Doing’ business backed … Read more

26-.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA Kerala’s EV sector revs up as registrations soar 64%   Despite the high initial cost, environment-conscious Kerala is switching to electric vehicles (EVs) in a big way, thanks to more brands available in the market, lower taxes and increased awareness. The state witnessed a 64% increase in EV registrations in 2020 compared with the previous year, according to … Read more

24-25.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA New ant species discovered from Kerala   Two new rare ant genus have been discovered in India. The Ooceraea ant genus found in Kerala, and Tamil Nadu has increased the diversity of this rare genus.   According to the number of antennal segments, they are different from others of the same genus. One of … Read more

23.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Malayalam actor Unnikrishnan Namboothiri passes away   Veteran Malayalam actor Unnikrishnan Namboothiri has passed away while contracting COVID-19.   Unnikrishnan made his acting debut in 1996 with Desadanam.   He became a household name among the Malayalam film audience for his performance as a witty grandfather in Kalyanaraman (2002).   He is well known … Read more

22.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA 2.67 crore voters to exercise franchise in Kerala assembly poll   Election commission published the final voters’ list for upcoming assembly election on Thursday. There are 2,67,31,509 voters in state, of which 1,37,79,263 are women and 1,29,52,025 are men. There are also 221 transgender community voters in the list. The maximum number of voters is in Malappuram (32,14,943) while … Read more

21.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala launches ‘One School, One IAS’ Program to impart UPSC Civil Services free coaching for economically weak students   The Governor of Kerala, Arif Mohammad Khan officially launched the ‘One School One IAS’ program recently which aims to provide free coaching for UPSC Civil Services/ IAS Exams for poor meritorious students. The programme will … Read more

20.01.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kalaripayattu teach at Vellar Crafts Village in Kerala Tourism With the establishment of a academy in the capital of Kerala, the popularity of Kalaripayattu will surge.   Now, on the way to Kovalam at Vellar Craft Village of the Kerala Tourism Authority, Kalaripayattu will be taught.   3,500 square feet of the village’s college … Read more

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