- Tag results for Kerala Floods
Interestingly, the team that will carry out the said study will also have the presence of IAS officer Sriram Venkitaraman, who had taken a sabbatical and had joined the varsity.
When the floods struck, the microfinance sector in Kerala stood at about Rs 210 crore and had a little over 1,20,000 borrowers.
Some of the passengers had lost their belongings, including personal identification cards and rail travel tickets, the release said.
Kerala's request to levy an additional 1 per cent calamity cess to fund the rehabilitation work in the state battered by floods has been approved.
An amount of Rs 95,100 is given as the first instalment in high ranges while in the plains it is Rs 1.01 lakh. Of the total Rs 4 lakh, the remaining amount will be given in two instalments.
Over 900 tonnes of goods for flood relief operations have reached Kerala through various ports, availing of duty exemption granted by the Central Government since August 21.
According to scientists, the groundwater level has depleted critically in five districts and if the summer rain fails to shower blessings, the state in all likelihood is set to face acute water shorta
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Monsoon in Kerala has been always magic. But in 2018, the monsoon between June 1 and August 18 wrought havoc in the state bringing lives of 5.4 million people to a standstill.
Sanu P Chelappan, KPA member, said around 200 printing units were affected in the flood. Direct losses was around 150 crore.
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In the forefront of the effort to revive them was the Deepalaya Trust in Delhi which lost no time in identifying the devastated schools and offering its help.
In all, 20 boats were refurbished and handed over to the fishermen by the Group of Technology Companies (GTech) and Natana, the cultural organisation of techies.
These groups were able to help more than 30,000 families during the rescue and recovery efforts.
The CM said centralised waste treatment plants were the need of the hour. People should be taken into confidence that the new plants will not create issues and produce power.