The collective pointed out that the Raj Bhavan campus is one of the green lungs within the capital city.
The state government’s final budget presented here on Friday has given much thrust to the IT sector which is struggling for revival in the post- pandemic world.
The budget has allocated a whopping `250 crore for the Thiruvananthapuram Heritage Project, which aims to conserve the unique heritage of the capital town.
As many as 1,690 people are newly placed under observation in the district, taking the total number of people under isolation to 19,960.
Adithya Kishore of Loyola School won the first prize and Ganga Ajith of Manacaud Girls High school got the second prize while Aditya Krishnan from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Pattom, bagged the third priz
According to sources, the project is in limbo because the state government is yet to identify and hand over suitable land for it in the capital.
The action was recommended on the basis of the findings of Justice P S Gopithan Commission that probed the incident, which had occurred in 2016.
Apart from this, the state has to find funds for development projects and social welfare schemes.
There were lectures on Pension and Welfare-related subjects by representatives of State Bank of India, Directorate of Air Veterans and Kerala Ex- Servicemen Welfare Department.
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The amphitheatre comprising a gallery and floating stage is being set up at a cost of Rs 78 lakh. The project was executed by Uralungal Labour Contract Cooperative Society (ULCCS).
While the Light Metro remains a pipe dream for the capital, garbage crisis is another pestering issue for residents due to the lack of a centralised waste treatment plant.
As many as 295 people tested positive for Covid on Thursday along while 296 persons recovered from the illness.
In the Neyyattinkara land dispute case, which had claimed the lives of a man and his wife, it is now up to the government to take a call on the property’s status.
Despite theatre authorities’ efforts to leave no stone unturned, several people were unaware of mandatory online bookings.