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Humane Express revisit the 'once in a century' #KeralaFloods that left one million displaced and caused more than 450+ deaths.
Reliving the catastrophic days that has gone down in the pages of history as the biggest disaster in modern Kerala.
The devastation and havoc due to floods in Kerala have brought people together showing unity against the disaster. People together are giving their best to help bring life back to normal in Kerala.
Seema Punia also urged other players to donate at least 50% of their pocket money to help the needy.
Actors Sunny Leone, Prateik Babbar, Siddhanth Kapoor and others host fundraiser for Kerala floods.
Small businesses, especially flower shops and markets, are struggling to make their ends meet in the aftermath of the floods as Onam celebrations have been cancelled.
As the flood-water in Kerala has started to recede, normal life has resumed in Thrissur with huge crowd thronging petrol pump at the Palakkad-Thrissur National Highway on Monday.
Linda, a social worker, started a relief camp at North Paravur when the heavy rain and floods made the lives of people miserable.
As the flood-water in Kerala has started to recede, some regions still remain water-logged and the marooned flood victims at relief camps cannot go back to their houses.
Here are a few safety precautions to keep in mind when returning home after the floods.
Communicable diseases are a major threat in the aftermath of a flood. Take these precautions to avoid the spread of diseases.
The Sikh community in flood-ravaged Kerala’s Kochi district is extending their help to flood victims by preparing food and providing it to relief camps in several parts of Kochi.
Odisha Fire Services extended their help to provide relief and rescue people stranded at several parts in Kottayam and Alappuzha districts of the flood-ravaged state.
As Kerala struggles with flood situation due to havoc created by incessant rains, rescue and relief operations in the state are underway.
Thousands of people in flood-hit areas in Kerala are battling all odds to survive as the death toll has touched 197 in the past 10 days in the second spell of monsoon fury since August 8.