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There are 12 approved designs made by LIFE, but we also provide them with the option of getting more help," the collector said.
The state government has begun the distribution of funds under ‘Rebuild Kerala’ to construct the houses destroyed in the flood.
A press release issued by the District Information Office stated that assistance will be provided to affected people to complete the reconstruction of the houses without delay.
The State Planning Board along with the Water Resources Department will conduct a study on protecting the life and agricultural practices of the people in Kuttanad.
Each of the partially or fully destroyed libraries in the state had about 12,000 to 15,000 books, estimate a loss of around 25 lakh books.
The documentary is a celebration of the spirit of survival in the face of disaster; viewers will get to witness incredible stories of people coming together to help those in need
Nair dismissed the talks that there is a decline in the number of jobs in the US after President Donald Trump assumed the office.
In high-range areas, the instalment for a single family is 95,100 and1,01,900 for a family living in the plains.
The story of the film revolves around Shakeela who is known for acting in adult-themed southern Indian films -- something which gave her a 'porn star' tag.
If the Centre had allowed the state to receive the Rs 700 crore assistance offered by the UAE, Kerala would have received several thousand crore as many more counties would have followed suit.
The septuagenarian, an expatriate, is all set to participate in a 21-km solo run from Wednesday across the length of the state to exhort other expatriates to unite for rebuilding Kerala.
A survey conducted in 489 grama panchayats among affected people spread over 7 districts, gave a reasonable feedback to the survey team.
With 15 of the 99 looms back in working condition at the society known as H-47, the first two sarees and two double ‘mundu’ are ready for sale.
Sobha Viswanath, the curator of Bhoomika and founder of Weavers Village, carried an aura of ineffable joy while she spoke about the women involved in the fundraiser for flood-affected people.
The Clause 10 of the previous government order asked the employees who did not wish to contribute their one month’s salary to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund to submit a statement.