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The Adani Group has informed the state government that the deadline for completing Phase I of the Vizhinjam seaport project is likely to be overshot.
While Cyclone Ockhi and other unanticipated calamities challenge the lives of fishermen venturing out to sea, the innovation of a pre-degree dropout from Muhamma could prove a lifesaver.
Fishermen in coastal Thiruvananthapuram, one of the worst affected by cyclone Ockhi, are getting restless as the state’s warning against going to the sea is entering the fourth day.
Government sources said that the DGP is likely to face severe action even though he is under suspension.
‘Shortwave radio best to connect with deep sea fishermen in distress’, says Commissioner of Disaster Management Rajendra Ratnoo
Turning the clock backwards, the Tamil Nadu government is planning to put to use shortwave radio frequencies that were widely used across the globe in 19th century.
In addition to commemorating the victims as well as those who had a narrow escape, the book will be a useful text for researchers.
Announcing the compensation, Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Chandrakant Patil said that 8,048 people from Nashik and Konkan divisions would be covered under this package.
This was no ordinary phone call. Because I didn’t hear a human voice, first, I was treated to the feast of sound. Thanks to world-renowned percussionist A Sivamani.
Despite the power struggle within the party, the govt led by Edappadi K Palaniswami stood the test of time and took decision that helped people in a big way
DGP Jacob Thomas, who publicly criticised the government for its handling of the Cyclone Ockhi disaster, will have to face disciplinary action as the latter is not satisfied.
Thomas is under suspension for openly criticising the government for its handling of fishermen-related issues post-Cyclone Ockhi.
The Central team which assessed the damage has not filed a report yet, which is crucial to get a better rehabilitation package for the fisher folks.
The Navy's full scale Search and Rescue Operation continued for over four weeks with naval assets searching more than 4.5 lakh square miles off coasts of Kerala in adverse weather conditions.
As part of the first phase, it will supply food items such as rice and pulses to as many as 3,000 families in the coastal areas.
Since there was no result for more than 7-8 days, the search operation was called off on December 27 after intense search, she told reporters.