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Disaster management authority for Mumbai, its suburbs to be set up by January: Maharashta govt to Bombay HC
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Disaster management authority for Mumbai, its suburbs to be set up by January: Maharashta govt to Bombay HC

The Maharashtra government on Friday informed Bombay High Court that it will constitute a special Disaster Management Authority for Mumbai and its suburbs

Pinarayi Vijayan denies advance warning on Cyclone Ockhi, announces compensation
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Pinarayi Vijayan denies advance warning on Cyclone Ockhi, announces compensation

Vijayan said this was one of the biggest ever rescue operations done. It was ongoing and would continue till the last fisherman was brought back.

Cyclone Ockhi: After Kerala govt faced flak for rescue operations, CM Pinarayi Vijayan says there was no warning
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Cyclone Ockhi: After Kerala govt faced flak for rescue operations, CM Pinarayi Vijayan says there was no warning

Under flak over the way rescue operations were handled, Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday said there was no advance warning about Cyclone Ockhi and cleared a slew of packages for those affected.

Heavy rains lead to flash floods, landslides in Nagaland; many families rendered homeless
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Heavy rains lead to flash floods, landslides in Nagaland; many families rendered homeless

Incessant rains across Nagaland has led to flash floods and landslides in several areas of the state, officials said on Thursday.

Assam floods: Situation remains grim with 3.5 lakh people affected in 13 districts
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Assam floods: Situation remains grim with 3.5 lakh people affected in 13 districts

The flood situation in Assam continues to be grim with over 3.5 lakh people remaining affected in 13 districts, an official of the state Disaster Management Authority said on Tuesday.

Kerala to restrict use of groundwater by Pepsico; traders may stop sale of Pepsi, Coke
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Kerala to restrict use of groundwater by Pepsico; traders may stop sale of Pepsi, Coke

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan welcomed the move of traders and said government would extend support to the initiative to check the threat to exploitation of water, pollution and lifestyle diseases.

Meghalaya floods: 38 people killed so far, nine still missing
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Meghalaya floods: 38 people killed so far, nine still missing

The Meghalaya flood situation remained grim with 38 deaths reported while at least nine persons still remained untraced.