The recovery model being used in Kerala’s Kasaragod, which had reported the third case of COVID-2019 in the country — a student airlifted from Wuhan — has been showcased by the Union health ministry as one of the success stories of the fight against the deadly virus in country.
The isolation wards of the district were flooding with cats and insects, even in the food provided for the patients. Expats were asked to appear for tests daily and most were sent back after hours of waiting. The same bureaucracy of the heroic District collector and medical superintendent made fewer measures in this. Moreover, the failure of the state in observing and creating awareness for the patient put the entire blame blindly on the expat.
Two workers of the Youth Congress were hacked to death allegedly by the CPIM workers at Kasaragod district in Kerala on Sunday night.
‘Central University of Kerala administration has never been student friendly’. Voices of dissent from CUK
The Central University of Kerala is in turmoil as the student community protests casteist and discriminatory actions against students and teachers who dissent. Students and teachers are protesting last three days, demanding an immediate revocation of the 'disciplinary actions' from university admission.