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California wildfire: Death toll at 63, more than 600 missing, President Donald Trump set to visit on Saturday
Authorities said the list of missing people had jumped from 300 to 631 during the day as investigators went back and reviewed emergency calls made when the fire erupted on November 8.
With just a day remaining for the Sabarimala temple to open for the Mandala - Makaravilakku pilgrimage season, all eyes are on the all-party meet called by the state government on Thursday.
The exact number of missing was unclear, but many friends and relatives of those living in the fire zone said they hadn't heard from loved ones. Some went to shelters looking for the missing.
The Cabinet has also decided to sanction Rs 6.10 crore for buying life jackets for fishermen and Rs 1.78 crore and Rs 22.52 lakh respectively as compensation to fisherfolk
Still further, the order also forecloses even a possibility for a future stay of the judgment, prior to January 22.
Even the state office bearers refused to comment whether these tricky issues would be taken up for discussion at the delegate’s meet.
Giving an update about his Bleak House, filmmaker Guillermo del Toro said that his house was affected by some minor smoke damage.
In addition to Martin, stars including Rainn Wilson, Kim Kardashian West and Lady Gaga have all evacuated their homes due to the Woolsey Fire.
K V Thomas MP aid the full potential of the city has not been utilised yet. We should tap into most promising areas, with IT and tourism being the most relevant ones, he said.
Many other Hollywood figures such as Ellen Pompeo, Cindy Crawford and Marcy Carsey live in the area.
Later, Minister E P Jayarajan, who had to quit over nepotism charges once, also supported his cabinet colleague.
The BJP and the Congress are trying to create the impression the Communists are against religious faith.
The state government has decided to give a compensation of Rs 4 lakh to those whose houses were completely damaged irrespective of the region.
The state government on Monday made it clear it is in no mood to challenge or circumvent the Supreme Court order allowing women of all ages to enter Sabarimala.
Hindu Aikya Vedi state president KP Sasikala said the media organisations have ganged up to undermine the age-old traditions in Sabarimala.