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K P Chandrakala, former Zilla Panchayat president blames inefficiency of the officials as the cause for the flood and accuses of corrupt officials who she claims have misused Rs 100 crore funds.
The team comprised 15 students, and they stayed for a total of three days in these areas.
They have formed help desks to support and guide its customers and instructed its nodal officers and branches in Kochi, Trivandrum, Thrissur, Kottayam and Calicut to fast-track claims.
In the first of a three-part series, our reporter who trekked through the Western Ghats tracing the routes of new roads holds a mirror to the devastation.
A team of officials from the department visited the flood-hit district and assessed the damage caused, their immediate needs as well as long-term rehabilitation requirements
After rains, floods and landslides, Kodagu is now staring at a pest outbreak. This could threaten a few crops still remaining if immediate measures are not taken up, say experts.
The price of a few spices are already skyrocketing due to supply shortage and increased demand of the products.
The heavy rains and landslides in Kodagu will deprive you of the delicious oranges this season as the calamity has destroyed the cultivation.
Written by KY Narayanaswami, the show will be staged for the 96th time this September.
Hailing from a poor family in 2nd Monnangeri — which was destroyed in a landslide — Tashma had a flair for throwball since childhood.
According to initial estimates, the state has suffered loss to the tune of Rs 3,435 crore due to floods and landslides in Kodagu.
The villagers, most of whom are aged, are eagerly looking forward to the compensation from government to sustain their living.
Once in two days, a few cattle owners trek through the steep paths (over 6 km) to feed their cattle and take a look at their houses.
While the government is yet to address the growing demand of assistance from the region’s estate owners, who grow crops like paddy, pepper and coffee, farmers might have to struggle alone.
On Monday, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy held a meeting with ministers and senior officers of the departments concerned to review relief works being taken up in flood-affected districts.