Pinarayi Vijayan Current Affairs - 2020

Facts Sheet: Kochi Metro Phase – I

Pinarayi Vijayan Chief Minister of Kerala recently inaugurated the phase – I construction of the Kochi Metro through video conferencing. The newly constructed three-kilometer stretch will increase the total length of Kochi Metro Network to 28.61 Km. Design and Operation KMRL (Kochi Metro Rail Limited) has dedicated a complete wall inside the metro coach for Read More…

Community Transmission of COVID-19 confirmed in Kerala

The Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan has confirmed community transmission in Kerala. Highlights According to the State Government of Kerala, community transmission has occurred in two coastal hamlets near capital Thiruvananthapuram. Indian Medical Association According to the Indian Medical Association, the number of COVID-19 cases in India are increasing by more than 30,000. This Read More…

Kerala Government announced ‘Dream Kerala’ Project

The Kerala State Government Cabinet on 1st July 2020 has decided to roll out a project for the rehabilitation of Non-Resident Indian’s (NRI’s) returning to the state following the loss of employment due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The project has been named as ‘Dream Kerala’ Project’. Important of NRI Remittances For Kerala, the importance of Read More…

Kerala ropes in KPMG as consultant for rebuilding flood hit state

Kerala Government has decided to appoint KPMG as project consultant partner for rebuilding state ravaged by recent massive floods. This decision was taken at state cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Beisdes, Tata Project Ltd was entrusted with task of reconstructing roads, buildings and bridges destroyed in rain fury at Pamba, the foothills Read More…

Pinarayi Vijayan sworn-in as Kerala Chief Minister

Veteran CPI (M) leader Pinarayi Vijayan was sworn-in as 12th Chief Minister of Kerala after the left Democratic Front (LDF) had won 2016 state assembly election. State Governor P Sathasivam administered his oath of office and secrecy to him along with other 18 ministers of his government in Thiruvananthapuram. In the 2016 state assembly election, Read More…