November 30, 2021
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M B Rajesh elected as the speaker of 15th Kerala Legislative Assembly

On Tuesday M B Rajesh, CPI(M) legislator from Trithala constituency in Palakkad and Left Democratic Front (LDF) applicant, was announced chosen as Speaker of the fifteenth Kerala Legislative Assembly. Mr. Rajesh defeated United Democratic Front (UDF) and Congress administrator P. C. Vishnunath, chose from Kundara in Kollam, in the election held in the House. Pro-Tem […]Continue Reading
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Oath Taking Ceremony : Pinarayi Vijayan sworn as the Chief Minister for the second Time

Pinarayi Vijayan sworn as the chief minister of Kerala for second time today. The oath-taking ceremony took place at the Central Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan administered the oath of office and secrecy to the members. Primarily, the Kerala High Court has given the go-ahead to the physical swearing-in ceremony of the […]Continue Reading
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Schools not to be reopened soon says CM Pinarayi Vijayan

On Tuesday Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan reiterated that schools won’t be reopened soon within the state though the Centre had given its nod as a part of Unlock 5 guidelines. “Everybody wants schools to be reopened. But it’s doubtful now,” the CM said. He said school reopening are often considered only after the Covid spread is contained within the state. Continue Reading
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66 children commited suicide during th lockdown period said CM Pinarayi Vijayan

Sixty-six children took their own lives in the state since March 25, the day when the countrywide lockdown became effective, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Thursday. Taking into account the circumstance, the Student Police Cadet task will dispatch ‘Chiri’, a telephonic advising project to give help to students confronting mental pressure. Raising Continue Reading
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Snakebite school girl’s death: CM promises to take action against those found responsible

Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief  Minister on Thursday promised stern action against officials who neglected their responsibilities. Condoling the death of Shehla Sherin, he termed it a serious issue. He said “teachers are supposed to teach students how to respond to a situation like this. But we came to know that some of the teachers in the […]Continue Reading