The state reported 1169 COVID cases today, the biggest single-day tally, a press note by the Health Minister informed the media. The contact cases showed a sharp hike with 891 cases. The source of the 56 persons confirmed COVID is left unidentified. 43 persons infected COvID came from abroad and
IMD alerted very heavy rain and wind gushing in 40 kmph, in Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Pathanamthitta, Alapuzha, Kottayam, Ernakulum, Idukki, Thrissur, Malappuram, Kannur, and Kasaragod districts. Fishermen alerted not to venture into the sea.
PJ Joseph said that the transfer of the eight forest officials cannot be considered as a suitable action against those who acted behind the custodial death. He asked to charge them under the murder case. Kerala Congress workers conducted a protest against over the move at the forest office in
Muralidhar Rao was talking by inaugurating the fasting protest launched V Muraleedhran, Union Minister of the State for External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs demanding the resignation of the chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan.
he data of three lakh KSEB consumers has been leaked out after the official KSEB site hacked by an anonymous hacker. The Consumer's name, number, bill accounts, and district are the data hacked. The lacked data was displayed on social media accounts.
He reinforced that there is not any medical negligence that surfaced in the case so far. If any negligence occurred, that will be revealed through the probe issued by Health Minister. So far such lapse on the part of doctors can not be seen in the case.
With three more COVID 19 deaths reported from the state today, the death toll reached a total of 85 in two days so far in Kerala, as per official records. The unofficial death toll reached 87 in the state. On Saturday. the state reported 8 COVID deaths.
The parents alleged medical negligence over the death of a 3-year-old child after swallowing a coin in Aluva in the district. The health ministry issued a probe over the incident. The ministry asked to expedite the measures and asked to submit a detailed report over the incident soon.
The crime branch team investigating over Uthtra murder case conducted a dummy test. The sleuths re-enacted the course of the murder. The dummy test has been re-enacted by using a cobra.
India Meteorological Department has alerted isolated heavy rain in Kerala for the next four days, till August 5. The IMD declared yellow alert in 10 districts in the state.