We are yet to begin the process of impact assessment, said a District Biodiversity coordinator.
The UDF-affiliated NGO Association estimates at least 40 per cent will abstain from the “forced collection” by the government.
Amid all the gloom perpetuated by crippling floods and nasty landslides, Wayanad is busy putting together its tourism pieces.
The Kannappankundu river got split during the heavy rainfall, with one arm forcing down across the houses along its banks.
According to Pradeep Kumar, councillor, Chengannur municipality, the correct picture will be arrived at only after village officers submit the data.
The Kolothu Jetty-bound KSRTC bus arrives at the Kainakari Jetty bus stop at 11.25 am.
Although there are no camps in Edanad anymore, people are far from settled.
All Kerala House Boat Owners Association president Josekutty Joseph said, over 100 boats have begun cruises and the industry is limping back.
Visiting the worst-hit places in Chengannur, the Express team was approached by many elderly people, especially women.
The school endured two major floods in the past two months, but the teachers are in high spirits to normalise the school operations and achieve a record feat in the next SSLC examination.
A month has gone by after the floods. But the shutters of almost 80 per cent of the 950 shops in Ranni market road are still down.
A month after the deluge, the main road along the Pampa at Aranmula continues to wear a deserted look.
For anyone who has been to Pampa before the floods, the sights here now are devastating.
This is for the fifth time Soman J, of Pandalam, is coming to Pampa along with his friends after floods destroyed the entire bank of Pampa.
C N Pavithran has been running a stationery shop in the district panchayat building near the Cheruthoni bridge for years.