British expects recommends Kochi as
the apt place for India’s second shipyard.
Kerala Government bans the sale of
atta, rava, and sugar suspecting poison content.
Poisonous liquid chemical ‘Folidol’
is identified as the cause of food poison. Food containers
were imported in Cochin port along with this lethal chemical.
Kerala Government ordered to freeze
the stock of all food containers imported by ‘Jai
hind’ ship in Cochin Port on April 1st
• Kerala Government sent letter
to centre requesting to put up a ship building centre
• Kerala’s advocate Mr.
D.N.Prit argued in Supreme Court that Christians are not
minority in Kerala.
• Mr. D.N.Prit concluded his arguments by telling
that a minority school will no more be a minority school
if they receive grant from the Government.
Government decides to take over the
management of Thiruvanoor cotton mill.
Supreme Court trial on Kerala Education
Government appointed one member commission
of Justice P.T. Raman Nair to inquire on Andhra Rice scandal.
Kerala gazette publishes a Government
order on reorganization of state’s Education system.
As per the order, the term of school education will be
70 - 75% polling in Devikulam.
• Rosamma Punnoose wins the Devikulam
• Kerala Government orders to
set off managing councils in all state-owned factories.
Government releases its policy on the
appointment and transfer of government
• British expert team accredited
Kochi as the 2nd public sector ship building center.
• Supreme Court judgment
on Educational Bill is a victory for Kerala. Educational
Bill is constitutional. As the Court stated that 3(5)
clause of 30(1) section violates minority right, that
clause will be invalid.