30.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kerala education minister releases first uniform sign language alphabet in Malayalam Kerala Higher Education Minister Dr R Bindu released the first uniform sign language alphabet in Malayalam and said that it would bring a complete change in the life of hearing-impaired people. She also promised to look into its use in special schools. The … Read more

29.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA To boost exports, cardamom farmers take organic route in Idukki With increasing pesticide content affecting cardamom exports, the Spices Board has launched an initiative to promote organic methods in cardamom farming in Idukki. According to Spices Board officials, foreign countries, especially Saudi Arabia, are the major buyers of cardamom and since 2018 they have decided not to … Read more

28.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Livestock board to collaborate with IISER he Kerala livestock development board (KLDB) has joined hands with the Indian institute of science education and research (IISER) to promote the cooperation for the advancement of livestock breeding, genomic selection, research and educational exchange between both the organizations. The state government is aiming to produce more disease-resistant cattle without … Read more

26-27.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA   Coffee growers in Kerala expect better crop   The coffee growers in Kerala are expecting a good crop this year. According to the post-blossom estimate of the coffee board, coffee production in Kerala will go up from 69,100 tonne during coffee year 2020-21 to 70,570 tonne in coffee year 2021-22. Wayanad accounts for almost all of the coffee production in … Read more

25.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA K-Rail project unviable: UDF subcommittee The UDF subcommittee, which was given the task to examine the feasibility of Silverline semi high-speed rail project of Kerala Rail Development Corporation (K-Rail), has in its report said that the ambitious project of the LDF government was unviable and would pose serious environmental issues. The report of the subcommittee, headed by IUML leader and former PWD minister MK Muneer, will be discussed by UDF … Read more

24.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA A plea filed by Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple has been declined by S.C. The Supreme Court declined Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple Trust’s Plea in 2020, Seeking to exempt it from the audit of 25 years as ordered by the court. Highlights The Temple has been within the news since 2011 after discovering treasure worth over Rs. … Read more

23.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Kings Infra to bring 5K farmers under sustainable aquaculture Ecologically sustainable aquaculture based on symbiotic technology is set to revolutionise the coastal aquaculture industry in the country. The aquaculture based on symbiotic technology is a guaranteed way for achieving Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for doubling the aqua farmers’ income, said Tamil Nadu J … Read more

22.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

  KERALA Government augments district coordination committees With agencies such as PWD, KIIFB and RKI undertaking multiple infrastructure projects and the lack of coordination between them delaying the execution of such projects, government has decided to augment district coordination committees by christening them as the inter-agency linking body. As per the GO issued in this regard last week, in addition to district coordination committees chaired … Read more

21.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Violent crimes: Kerala has highest charge-sheeting rate Crime in India, 2020, the latest report of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) for the year 2020, shows Kerala has the highest charge-sheeting rate, at 92.5%, in the country for violent crimes. Kerala is followed by Gujarat (88.6%), West Bengal (88.3%) and Tamil Nadu (86.5%) in the category. … Read more

19-20.09.21 Daily KPSC Current Affairs

KERALA Tamil Nadu, Kerala to set up panels on water disputes   The Tamil Nadu and Kerala governments on Friday agreed to set up technical sub-committees to assess the Nirar-Nallar multipurpose straight-cut scheme to avoid a long circuitous route and convey water from Upper Nirar to river Nallar. The discussions included building a new dam under Pandiyar-Punnampuzha project to … Read more

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