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Past articles by Ramsh:

Kerala begins rapid test pilot project to rein in coronavirus

Results of rapid tests will help medical authorities to isolate possible carriers quickly. → Read More

Kerala IAS officer who jumped home quarantine and headed to UP suspended

Newly-married, the 2016 batch IAS officer and his wife had returned after their Singapore-Malaysia honeymoon trip last week and health authorities had advised them to remain in home quarantine for at least two weeks. → Read More

Kerala IAS officer booked for jumping coronavirus quarantine

Kollam sub-collector Anupam Mishra had come back from Singapore last week and was asked to self-quarantine but left for his hometown Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh, officials said. → Read More

Covid-19 lockdown turns Kerala into nightmare for tipplers

The closure of wine shops as part of the lockdown to check the spread of coronavirus is creating social problems in Kerala and has prompted the government to open more de-addiction centres. → Read More

Nurse attacked by man in Covid-19 isolation ward in hospital. His tea was late

Coronavirus update: Criminal cases have been registered by the police against people ordered to quarantine themselves who assaulted healthcare workers → Read More

Coronavirus update: Kerala locks down after 95 Covid-19 cases

Under the strict measures enforced by the government amid coronavirus outbreak, no public transport vehicles will be allowed but cargo carriers can run. Similarly, all essential services will operate and private vehicles will also be allowed. → Read More

Burdened, but fighting to contain coronavirus, says Kerala CM

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said the state government has intensified monitoring and surveillance as more people have started arriving from abroad and the total number of people under observation has risen to 12, 740. → Read More

Kerala radiologist resumes duty after Spain visit, tests Covid-19 positive

The doctor, a radiologist, had joined his duty two days after he returned. Although he disclosed his travel history he was asked to join his work as he did not show any symptoms. He fell ill on March 13 and tested positive on March 15. → Read More

3 fresh cases test positive for coronavirus in Kerala, confusion over Kottayam man’s death

A man admitted to an isolation ward in Kottayam died on Friday but state health authorities said he had not tested positive and the exact cause of death will be known only after the final report from the National Institute of Virology in Pune. → Read More

Kerala in shutdown mode as more coronavirus cases emerge

Two years back, Kerala had successfully contained the nipah virus. The state’s health minister is confident that authorities will overcome coronavirus challenge too. → Read More

Toddler who tested positive for coronavirus in Kerala stable, say doctors

The sample of the child tested positive at the virology laboratory in Alappuzha and later the National Institute of Virology, Pune also confirmed it. Belonging to Kannur in north Kerala, the boy’s father works in Italy. → Read More

Toddler tests positive, coronavirus infections rise to six in Kerala

Coronavirus update: Twelve others, including the baby’s parents, have been isolated. The results of their tests will be out in the evening. → Read More

How Kerala contained coronavirus effectively

All health institutions like labs, clinics, private hospitals and others were strictly told to go by protocols. Breath analyser tests of police and others were discontinued. Mental health teams were floated to deal with those quarantined. → Read More

Vatican rejects second plea of Kerala nun to revoke expulsion

The Vatican had rejected Sister Lucy Kalapura‘s first plea to revoke her expulsion from the from the Franciscan Clarist Congregation (FCC) last November. → Read More

Kerala government schools become a boon for migrants

Kerala’s literacy mission has introduced a new scheme ‘Changathi’ (friend) to target illiterate migrant labourers and its planners say it is doing wonders. → Read More

Kerala cyanide killings: Jolly Joseph attempts suicide in jail

Jolly Joseph was arrested last year in connection with murder of six of her family members. → Read More

‘Never lost hope’: India’s first coronavirus patient

The 24-year-old said while leaving China, she never expected the pandemic to become so serious. She added when the situation deteriorated, she decided to leave China on her own. → Read More

NIA to probe recovery of Pak-made bullets in Kerala

14 bullets of 7.62 mm calibre were found by the roadside in a forest area in Kulathupuzha in Kollam district on Saturday. → Read More

Nuns urge church to take action against Mulakkal under Canon law

The statement of one of the witnesses surfaced on Friday in which she said she had also undergone sexual harassment by Mulakkal. → Read More

Take action against ex-Jalandhar bishop under Canon laws: Nuns

Ramesh Babuletterschd@hindustantimes.comTHIRUVANANTHAPURAMA day after the second complaint against deposed bishop of Jalandhar Franco Mulakkal surfaced, Kerala nuns fighting for... → Read More