Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2018        Go!    
March 22, Thursday 2018 3:38 PM       

       HEADLINES: Anju Bobby George, P T Usha, Malleswari told to resign as national observers                                              Syro-Malabar land case: Petition filed in Supreme Court                                              Vayalkili leader Suresh Keezhattur's house attacked                                              Varkala land deal: Let collector conduct hearing, says Land Revenue Commissioner                                              Food poisoning in Guruvayur College: Students gherao principal                                              TDP calls for statewide agitation                                              Teen sisters to take 'sanyas' at Ramdev's initiation fest                                              Kabul blast: Death toll rises to 29                                              China wants to loot our resources: Baloch activist                                              Trump to announce trade sanctions on China                                              Sri Lanka opposition submits no-confidence motion against PM                                              T20 Tri-Nation: Rajeshwari Gayakwad to replace injured Ekta Bisht                                              Now, cricket to promote road safety campaign                                              Rain helps Windies qualify for 2019 World Cup                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       CITYNEWS Next Article: Women should realise their power: Justice Kurian Joseph  
       State has no plans for load-shedding: Minister
         Posted on :09:11:42 Mar 13, 2017
       Last edited on:09:11:42 Mar 13, 2017
         Tags: state, no plan, load shedding

KASARGOD: Notwithstanding the grim power scenario, the government is making all-out efforts to see that no power tripping is resorted to in the State with the mercury soaring to dizzy heights, Minister for Power M M Mani has said. The power situation in Kerala was grim as the State could produce only 30 per cent of the power required for domestic, Mani said, inaugurating the State Electricity Board (KSEB)’s 30th section office in the district at Seethangoli in Puthige panchayat here on Sunday.

In such a grim scenario, people should come forward to set up solar panels in their buildings, he said at the function at which he declared Manjeswaram as fully electrified Assembly segment in the district. Houses or buildings yet to be electrified should be charged by March-end, he added.

The function, presided over by P B Abdul Razak, MLA, was addressed by N.A. Nellikkunnu, MLA, besides representatives of various local bodies, leaders of various political parties, and senior KSEB officers.

Mani also inaugurated a 33-kV substation at Kelugudde locality and laid the foundation stone for a KSEB office here. Addressing the function, Mani offered assistance to those who took steps to generate energy.

Next Article: Women should realise their power: Justice Kurian Joseph
Order to register case against collector  
Sentence in graft case upheld  
Devotee dies at temple festival  
Kalavoor N Gopinath dead  
Girl drowns in pool  
One crore sanctioned for O V Vijayan memorial  
Partial closure of Calicut airport from March 25  
Pooram held  
Probe on into case against Senkumar  
No trace of Latvian woman  
70 absconders nabbed by police in raids  
26-week maternity leave for women contract employees  
Rs 6 lakh stolen from private bank ATM  
RTI shows Left leader's murderer received parole every month for three yrs  
N R Menon passes away  
Woman found dead  
Two arrested on charge of chain snatching  
Latvian missing from Kovalam  
Ahammed Khan wins Vayalar prize  
Farook College clash: Four staff members booked  
Woman held for theft  
Chengannur DySP transferred  
Pinarayi says Phase II of Metro Rail after getting Centre's nod  
Hawala money seized  
Bhaskaran out of CPM district secretariat  
Can there be conspiracy behind the move to shift India-West Indies one-day cricket match from Thiruvananthapuram to Kochi?
No opinion
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy