Kerala rains: Kochi International Airport suspends all operations till Sunday due to heavy waterlogging
The Kochi International Airport suspended all operations till Sunday as the runway area in the airport is waterlogged due to flood, the airport authorities said.
A systematic evaluation of the forecast is needed to bridge the gap from forecasts to saving lives.
Narendra Modi to address nation on 48th edition of Mann Ki Baat today; tune in to Doordarshan, AIR for live broadcast
Narendra Modi will address the nation on the 48th edition of his 'Mann Ki Baat' radio programme on Sunday.
Kerala floods: Centre assures support, including more financial assistance, to rehabilitate affected people
JP Nadda said that the central government understands the sensitivity of the situation in Kerala.
SC takes note of Kerala floods, says disaster management must be given 'priority' by all states and UTs
The Supreme Court on Friday took note of the devastating floods in Kerala and observed that disaster management must be given "priority" by all states and union territories.
Kerala, After The Flood: East Delhi Municipal Corporation donates Rs 1 crore to relief fund for victims
The officials East Delhi Municipal Corporation have together donated a sum of Rs 1 crore to the relief fund for the victims of flood-hit Kerala.
Kerala HC asks state government about setting up exclusive fund for flood relief; govt says CMDRF will not be 'diverted'
The Kerala high court Wednesday sought the state government's view on the possibility of setting up a separate fund for carrying out flood-relief operations in Kerala.
Kerala floods: Pinarayi Vijayan says toll would have been higher if armed forces hadn't provided timely help
The death toll in the Kerala floods would have been much higher but for the timely help provided by the military, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said.
Indian Navy rescued a total of 16,843 people, of which 1,173 were airlifted while 15,670 were rescued by teams using Gemini boats after Kerala experienced unprecedented rainfall.
Kerala floods: Much ado about the Rs 700 crore UAE aid that never was; petty politics belittles India’s image
The entire country suffered a meltdown over Centre allegedly “blocking” UAE’s “offer” of ₹700 crore towards flood relief work in Kerala.
A number of actors, including SRK, Sushant Singh Rajput and now, Randeep Hooda have contributed to alleviating the suffering of the Kerala flood victims.
The magnitude of the Kerala catastrophe could have been minimised if the agencies involved in reservoir management had used a technically sound approach in the opening of the dam gates.
Insurance companies expect claims in flood-ravaged Kerala to cross Rs 1,000 crore as the government declares the deluge as 'calamity of severe nature'.
Kerala floods; key developments: State faces mammoth rehabilitation task; lack of workers as migrants move back
Kerala floods; key developments: Over a dozen FMCG firms, including ITC, Coca Cola, Pepsi and Hindustan Unilever, have pledged to supply water bottle, food and necessary items to flood-hit areas of Kerala
Over dozen FMCG companies pledge to donate food items to Kerala, says union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal
Over a dozen FMCG firms, including ITC, Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Hindustan Unilever, have pledged to supply water bottle, food and necessary items to flood-hit areas of Kerala in the next two days, Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal said on Tuesday
While Rs 1 crore is being contributed directly to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund, the balance Rs 1 crore will be deployed by Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha (JBGVS), for distribution of survival kits, Bajaj Auto said in a statement.
For Kerala, rehabilitation likely the biggest challenge post floods, health issues another looming danger
During the Kerala floods, most of the people moved to relief camps are the poor who cannot afford the huge expense of clearing and sanitising their homes before returning to them.
Kerala's disaster management authority revises toll of rain-related deaths to 106; defence forces scale up rescue operations
Even as defence forces scaled up operations on Friday morning to rescue those stranded in worst-hit areas, the state disaster management authority of Kerala revised its toll of rain-related deaths to 106.
Kerala rains: Toll rises to 87, National Crisis Management Committee reviews situation along with Service chiefs
A total of 20 deaths have been reported so far from various parts of Kerala. This has taken the total toll, since 8 August when the worst floods in the history of Kerala hit state, up to 87
Situation worsens in Kerala as incessant rains continue; shutters of 35 dams open for the first time in history
Heavy rains in Kerala since Tuesday filled the reservoirs of the dams to full capacity, and the fresh bout of rainfall on Wednesday claimed 21 lives and disrupted life in 12 of the 14 districts.