The national strike called by the trade unions to protest against changes in labour laws and privatisation of PSUs on Wednesday paralysed Kerala; it seemed as though a hartal was on. Though the government offices opened, the attendance of employees was very poor. In Kerala, untoward incidents were very few, but state like West Bengal witnessed large scale violence. Is the national strike good for
Chief minister Oommen Chandy says that private universities are acceptable and are good for the higher education sector in the state. A final decision on the report by the higher education council favouring private universities would be only after discussions with all concerned, he clarified. But, IUML is strongly against the move and education minister PK Abdu Rabb informed the CM of the party's
T'puram: High level committees of the financial, health and cooperative departments would make inspections in connection with the government's plan to take over the Pariyaram Medical College. The finance audit wing would inquire into the financial irregularities. They would be looking into the irregularities pointed out by the district collector in the asset, liability report of the medical colleg
Kochi: In the nursing recruitment scam involving crores of rupees, enforcement directorate officials questioned Mumbali Malayali Alexander Prince Vaidyan. He was called to the Kochi office of the ED and was interrogated on his financial deals with Mathew International, which had hidden crores of rupees obtained through nursing recruitment at a house in Kaloor, Kochi. Just before the income tax off
T'puram: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said all confusion regarding the light metro project would be cleared and the government would go ahead with the project. A discussion will be held with metro man E Sreedharan on Thursday. The discussion is taking place in the backdrop of DMRC deciding to close the offices of light metro project. CM reiterated that government wants to carry out the light metr
T'puram: The all-India strike called by trade unions and government employees in protest against the alleged anti-labour policies of the Central Government hit hard the normal life in the state. Vehicles including public buses kept off road and and shops downed their shutters. Hospitals, supply of milk and newspaper and Hajj-related activities have been exempted from the strike. Employees of publ
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