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As teachers rush to complete portions and race past the lag caused by the floods, students struggle to keep up.
The Kolothu Jetty-bound KSRTC bus arrives at the Kainakari Jetty bus stop at 11.25 am.
Data says though the number of accidents in Kerala due to potholes has fallen to 522 in 2017 from 531 in 2015, the number of deaths have remained almost the same.
Living in houses with broken walls and roofs, residents of Mullasserry Thuruthu 4 cent colony near Nedumbassery are in constant fear of a cave-in.
Union Health Minister J P Nadda said he would evaluate with the state government the rehabilitation and rebuilding work being carried out in the affected areas.
The team is mobilising the decommissioned computers in the various companies in Technopark, providing it for use in the offices and schools in the flood-hit areas.
Sensing the predicament, many startups have come up with various technologies to support the rescue operations and relief work.
The once-in-a-lifetime Kerala floods postponed the marriage of Mithun Shenoy, a software engineer, with Sangamitra, an assistant professor. But it also gave them an experience to remember...
There is no stain of sin on Padna to wash away, wrote Muhammed Ali, 32, a distributor of surgical equipment and a resident of Padna, on his Facebook wall.
The state government will soon bring in a legislation fixing norms for constructions in ecologically fragile areas.
Around 11 lakh people were affected by the flood in Idukki and 34,000 people sought shelter in the relief camps.
More than 30 of the 70 houses have been completely destroyed in Periyar Valley, while others have been severely damaged, making them inhabitable.
Plans to relocate the population in the lowlands to higher grounds or to the new houses, which are to be constructed across forest areas in the district, will be hard to implement.
Excerpts from an interview our reporter Dhinesh Kallungal had with Idukki District Collector K Jeevan Babu.
The country is estimated to have harvested 3,16,000 tonnes of coffee in the 2017-18 marketing year (October-September), as per the board data.