Congress MP Shashi Tharoor tested positive for COVID-19 on April 21. Tharoor shared the information on his Twitter handle. He tweeted, "After waiting two days for a test appointment and another day and a half for the results, I finally have confirmation: I'm #Covid positive. Hoping to deal with it in a "positive" frame of mind, with rest, steam and plenty of fluids. My sister and 85 year old mother are in the same boat".
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan met state Governor Arif Mohammed Khan at Raj Bhavan on May 03 after historic victory in Assembly election. He has submitted his resignation to the governor Khan. Vijayan is set to be sworn in as chief minister of Kerala for second consecutive term. Communist Party of India (M)-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) retained power in Kerala by winning 99 seats against 41 seats of Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in the Assembly polls.
Malappuram District Congress Committee president and Nilambur constituency's UDF candidate, VV Prakash passed away on April 29 at the age of 56. He died due to cardiac arrest. His friends and family reached to the hospital.
At least 17 people have been arrested for pasting posters criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi's handling of the Covid-19 immunisation programme. The posters read in Hindi quoted, "why did PM Modi send vaccines of our children to foreign countries?" Congress' Rahul Gandhi tweeted the words, “Arrest me too," in both English and Hindi in relation to these arrests.
#RahulGandhi #NarendraModi #Covidcrisis
101-year-old KR Gouri Amma died at a private hospital in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram due to age-related illnesses. Who was she? Remembered as an efficient and strong-willed woman, Gouri Amma is counted among those who laid the foundation of modern Kerala.
#GouriAmma #Kerala #CPIM
The country is witnessing exponential surge in COVID-19 cases and because of which several states have imposed lockdown in order to break the transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Kerala Government too has imposed a nine-day lockdown to contain disease transmission. The streets wore a deserted look in Thiruvananthapuram. Kerala police was on strict vigil to enforce lockdown restrictions. Only essential services have been exempted of the restrictions. The state-wide lockdown which was enforced from May 8 will end on 16, 2021.
The country is facing unprecedented rise in COVID-19 cases and due to it, Kerala Government imposed a nine-day lockdown to contain disease transmission in the second wave of COVID. On May 08, the streets wore deserted looked and remained silent in Thiruvananthapuram. Only essential services will be allowed during this period. The state-wide lockdown will be enforced from May 8 to 16, 2021.
On the eve of single-phase elections in Kerala, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor confidently said that United Democratic Front (UDF) is coming as a force in the southern state of India. "I have campaigned in..