Latest News on 2018 Kerala Floods
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Jun 10, 2019
Noisy scenes in Kerala Assembly over farmer suicides; Congress-led UDF stages walkout over demand for loan waiverThe Congress-led UDF opposition Monday raised the issue of farmer suicides and urged the CPM-led LDF government to waive agriculture loans.
Nov 20, 2018
How Kerala staved off a health crisis following the floods that ravaged the state in AugustKerala was faced with another potential health crisis post-floods — it has the highest number (5 million) of diabetes and hypertension patients in India. Many chronic patients had been left homeless, without access to their daily, critical dose of medicines.
Oct 09, 2018
International Film Festival of Kerala to host 23rd edition on 'limited scale' owing to lack of fundsThe IFFK will this year be held from 7-13 December.
Sep 08, 2018
Indian hockey team captain PR Sreejesh drew inspiration from Kerala flood victim after defeat to MalaysiaA video of a 75-year-old victim of Kerala floods, saying she would rise again despite losing her house, inspired India captain PR Sreejesh after the semis defeat to Malaysia at the Asian Games.
Aug 26, 2018
Kerala Floods: Huawei and Honor to repair water-damaged phones for freeHuawei has technical teams across all operational authorised and exclusive service centres in Kerala.
Aug 24, 2018
Randeep Hooda joins Khalsa Aid to help Kerala flood victims; Raghava Lawrence contributes Rs 1 crA number of actors, including SRK, Sushant Singh Rajput and now, Randeep Hooda have contributed to alleviating the suffering of the Kerala flood victims.
Aug 21, 2018
This Kerala district runs 40-minute long fake news classes in 150 schoolsKannur district officials have started 40-minute long fake news classes in government schools.
Aug 21, 2018
Kerala, after the flood: State must learn lessons from 2004 tsunami relief work in Tamil Nadu; task for rehab agencies mammothThe ongoing floods situation in devastated Kerala takes one back to the weeks when parts of Tamil Nadu was battered by the December 2004 tsunami. On the face of it, comparing tsunami to floods may look as preposterous as comparing fracture to a scratch. But there are as many dis-similarities between the two disasters, as there are similarities at least in some aspects of rehabilitation that Tamil Nadu needed then and Kerala needs now.