Reportedly 30 year old Priyesh KV, a fisherman from Kerala’s Kozhikode district, has been going to sea to fish since he was 14 years old, but in the past few years, his fishing nets have caught more than just fish plastic waste. Meanwhile as he witnessed the situation worse, he decided to start a personal mission to remove as much as plastic from the sea as he can.
Reportedly in protest against the stringent actions taken by Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) on interstate buses in Kerala, the Interstate Bus Owners Association Kerala (IBOA) has decided to stop bus services to the state from June 24. AJ Rijas, secretary of IBOA said “The government is trying to push the bus owners to suicide”. Meanwhile the association officials also stated that they will urge the interstate buses
Thiruvananthapuram sources stated that Minister of Devaswom in Kerala, Kadakampally Surendran, on Wednesday, asked that the Centre bring legislation to protect the faith of all devotees coming to Sabarimala temple, following the September 2018 Supreme Court verdict which allowed women of all ages to enter Sabarimala. Meanwhile the demand from the CPI(M) government
Reportedly at the height of the deluge in Kerala in August 2018, 41 year old Santosh Kumar, an indigenous drummer in Alappuzha’s Kuttanad region, knew deep in his heart that among the many things he would lose to the flood waters would be his livelihood, practiced and perfected for the past four decades. Meanwhile Santosh is the secretary of the Brothers Chenda Mela Kalasamathi
BJP released the first list of candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Kerala. Out of 14 candidates, BJP revealed 13 candidate names and one notable absence was for the candidate seat of Pathanamthitta, the district where the Sabarimala temple is located.