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When dumping of waste on the roadside or the nauseating stench of garbage is ‘normal’ in most parts of the country, what makes this town stand apart?
He will also be remembered as one of the few Muslim leaders in the Congress party and one who had defended the party in all forums, including the party’s stance in the the Babri Masjid issue.
The gang also claimed to have planted explosives at the main gate and threatened the security guard to blow up the college if anyone dared to remove the posters and banner.
Burdened by escalating debts, a farmer committed suicide in Wayanad district on Tuesday.
Stanley Augustine from Poothadi panchayat in Wayanad was shattered after his paddy crop, cultivated in a purely organic manner, was destroyed in the recent rain and floods.
Amid all the gloom perpetuated by crippling floods and nasty landslides, Wayanad is busy putting together its tourism pieces.
Panamaram is one of the worst-affected areas in Wayanad and the entire area was inundated when the Panamaram river overflowed.
Rectification work is being carried out in several of the structures.
The Wayanad Agri Marketing Producer Company, aims to safeguard the lives of tribal population and rejuvenate the water table in Wayanad through zero-budget natural farming.
Relief materials have been coming into Kerala from various places ever since the heavy monsoon rains hit the state on May 29.
The water that seeped in through the soil remained stagnant in hard surfaces - the resulting pressure caused landslides.
The focus will be on removing waste from houses and public places.
Wayanad continued to be on the edge as heavy rainfall triggered landslides in forest areas on Thursday, even as shutters of two dams were raised, further inundating low lying areas. As many as 23,281
KSEB, which manages the hydroelectric dam, opened all the shutters within a short time on Wednesday evening, leading to flash floods in the area.
The CM announced Rs 10 lakhs for victims who lost their land and house, Rs 4 lakhs ex-gratia to the next of kin of the deceased, Rs 6 lakhs for people who lost land and Rs 3,800 for those in camps.