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A month after the floods, Kalady residents are also worried about the quality of soil in agricultural lands.
It is the loud noise and the huge volume of earth, rocks and trees that people remember.
A visit to the Chalakudy market reveals the fast pace at which business is returning to normal.
In the landslide which struck on August 16, Akhila lost six members of her family and a friend of her brother who was staying overnight at their house.
The Andaman and Nicobar Administration officers have extended a helping hand towards the relief and rehabilitation to the natural disaster of Kerala by voluntarily contributing their one day salary.
Reliance Capital is engaged in businesses of asset management, insurance, commercial and home finance and equities and commodities broking.
In September last year, India under the 'Operation Insaniyat', extended the first phase of humanitarian assistance comprising 981 metric tonnes of relief supplies.
The first priority for RCom is to resolve its over Rs 40,000 crore debt, he told shareholders at the company's 14th annual general meeting in Mumbai.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Twitter announced that in the coming weeks, it will start testing a way to switch between a timeline of the most relevant tweets and a timeline of the latest tweets.
American actor Angelina Jolie is all set to treat her fans with her upcoming film titled 'The Kept', which is a period revenge thriller.
Kerala floods one month after: How can government issue order ‘in the form of compulsion’, asks High Court
The court also pointed out that commanded or imposed collection of the fund may amount to ‘extortion’.
Customs Commissioner Sumit Kumar said they couldn’t rule out the possibility of rackets making use of available options to smuggle in items and divert goods.
The pleader informed there was no compulsion and only request.
Kerala floods one month after: How can the government insist on deducting a month’s salary, asks employees
While several employees have their reservations, some former top bureaucrats have a different take on the issue.
Of the 970 camps begun in the district, only 11 remain open.