30-31.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala govt to propose Rs 2,000 crore plan for returnees’ rehab The government will soon submit a Rs 2,000 crore proposal to the Centre for the rehabilitation of the non-resident Keralites (NRKs) who have returned home permanently from abroad amid the Covid pandemic, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan told the assembly. At the same time, as per the details … Read more

29.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Over 10,000 Pocso cases pending trial in Kerala: Assembly As per the records available in the assembly, 10,187 Pocso (protection of children from sexual offences) cases are pending in the state for trial. Of the total number of pending cases, the highest is in the capital at 1,474 followed by Malappuram (1,310) and Thrissur … Read more

28.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala University to set up international study centre Higher education minister R Bindhu has announced the government’s decision to set up an international research centre in memory of physicist Thanu Padmanabhan. The centre would come up under Kerala University (KU), the minister said while inaugurating the student life cycle management system and a host of digital … Read more

27.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Ayurveda to boost kids’ immunity in Kerala As the unvaccinated children are preparing to resume their physical classes, the state health department has approved a series of ayurveda preventive medicines to prevent the risk of health problems. The medicines will be available at the various government ayurveda hospitals and Ayur Raksha clinics. The decision … Read more

26.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala health department readies action plan for Sabarimala season The health department has prepared an action plan as part of the upcoming Sabarimala pilgrimage season that begins on November 15. The action plan was prepared to control and prevent Covid-19 spread, protect the health of devotees and officials who are on duty in Sabarimala … Read more

24-25.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Earth Heroes Awards 2021 Won By Parambikulam Tiger Conservation Foundation The Parambikulam Tiger Conservation Foundation has seized the Earth Guardian Award gave away by the NatWest Group. Highlights: ♦ The eight award winners were awarded by the UN Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora by secretary-general Ivonne Higuero … Read more

23.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala: Study had warned against mining in Kootickal hills A study by the state biodiversity board conducted in 2013 had strongly recommended the state government to stop mining and quarrying activities in Koottickal panchayat. The board had also suggested that the entire Vagamon hill ranges, including the areas under the Koottickal panchayat, be declared … Read more

22.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Now, Kerala govt to e-auction quarries For the first time, the government quarries in the state will go for e-auctioning, that will not only ensure transparency but also fetch a handsome revenue for the government through auctions, in addition to the seigniorage fee and royalty on the mined products. The individual district collectors have … Read more

21.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala: Education for tribal people Over 18,800 adult tribal learners who had their literacy classes disrupted by Covid, too would resume their classes the same day under the Wayanad Total Tribal Literacy programme. Literacy classes were suspended in the over 2,000 tribal hamlets in the district following the second lockdown in May. A special … Read more

20.10.21 Daily KeralaPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Five Kerala districts set to get malaria-free status Five districts in the state are set to secure malaria elimination certification from the World Health Organization (WHO). Ernakulam, Idukki, Alappuzha, Kottayam and Pathanamthitta are the five districts which are set to achieve the target. As part of this, the state health department has started training … Read more

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