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However, the speed with which the rebuilding work is being carried out at Aluva Manappuram shows how resilient humans are.
Dravidar Kazhagam local functionary K Shanmugam removed the slippers and found that the statue was also damaged with stones.
TNCC president S Thirunavukkarasar led his party members in paying homage to the late leader.
The miscreant, who came on a two-wheeler, hurled his chappal at the statue and shouted slogan near Simpson junction at Chennai's Anna Salai.
Periyar's 140th birth anniversary: Activists recall the social reformer who was always open to criticism
Despite the limitations of his Dravidian project, it provided a platform for members from any oppressed community, to come together in a broad identity that was fluid.
The 30-ft suspension bridge was a vital link for the 220 families of Porukanni till it disappeared in the deluge on August 17.
Nature is playing cruel games with people residing on the Periyar's banks.
Ernakulam district is famous for its beaches, mainly Cherai, Fort Kochi and Vypeen.
Though the water level in the Periyar is ebbing at an alarming rate, the Kerala Water Authority (KWA) said under the present circumstances the water pumping will not be hit.
The court rejected the plea by Sajimon Saleem of Kinattinkarayil house, Rosapoo Kandam near Kumily, who posted sexually abusive messages on WhatsApp and Facebook against Shilpa.
More than 30 of the 70 houses have been completely destroyed in Periyar Valley, while others have been severely damaged, making them inhabitable.
Mulliperiyar dam attained its full capacity only a week after Kerala started grappling with the flood, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Friday said that Kerala was misrepresenting facts.
KSEB dam management is based on a slew of factors including IMD forecast, the storage of dam in the previous year during the same time, and expected inflow of water in the coming days.
According to the latest figures released by the state government, as many as 28 bodies were recovered today, pushing the toll to 293 since August 8.
Tamil Nadu refuted allegation by Kerala government that water from Mullaiperiyar Dam created a deluge.