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The State Government will provide financial assistance under Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana (BPGY) to 13,000 families whose houses were completely destroyed by cyclone Titli.
The first phase of the project concentrated on capacity building during pre-release stage and psycho-social factors that drive young adults and repeat offenders to commit crimes.
Under the new recommendations, the rehabilitation package will monetarily work out to a total of between Rs 20-Rs 25 lakh, depending on the circumstances of the affected families.
The Health Department didn't release the ages of the victims or address the severity of the illness in the other dozen cases.
Since the water, through gravity, could be released only after the conclusion of R&R, the department has expedited the works.
Despite the second week of the month coming to a close, the consolidated reports from flood-hit districts are yet to reach the commissioner’s office.
Reaching out to the flood-affected, the Kerala chapter of the Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS-K) has come out with a slew of projects.
Details of the work to be taken up by various departments should be submitted to the portal, set up for crowdfunding, by the departments concerned urgently.
The rehabilitation and rebuilding works - as finalised by the Cabinet under the CM - are currently going on in a war-footing, without any hindrance.
As on September 3, the total expenditure stood at Rs 408.66 crore, the government said.
The cost of building roads, bridges and culverts, which were damaged, has been revised upwards to Rs 10,000 crore from the preliminary estimate of Rs 5,815 crore after the final damage analysis.
The purpose of EAP is to identify emergency situations that could threaten dam and to plan effective response to prevent failure of the dam and warn downstream residents of impending danger.
Punjab Police on Thursday rescued 42 people, and brought them to the civil hospital in Ludhiana after receiving complaints that they were apparently being ill-treated.
The HDFC Bank on Wednesday said it will adopt 30 villages in Kerala as part of its long-term flood relief and rehabilitation efforts.
The Navy will provide assistance to reconstruct the health sub-centre and anganwadi in Muttinakkam, attached to the Varapuzha primary health centre, which were damaged in the flood.