Even as the Kerala government has appointed a team of experts to study the damage caused to the biodiversity due to torrential rains and floods, the Centre on Friday reiterated its commitment to extend all possible help to the battered state. A 100-member expert team
Three years of efforts of four-laning in the first phase of the national highway in Himachal Pradesh between Parwanoo to Solan towns have again virtually been washed away this monsoon — with less than 10 per cent of the 39-km long, newly-laid road motorable in
News like this gives sudden death shock to a few people remaining on this planet who are genuinely concerned about their homeland, Earth. Our Earth’s been exploited and severely damaged by human beings in various ways, and the destruction caused by development tops the list.
Kerala has been facing unusually high rainfall since early August, which has led to statewide floods taking several lives and causing severe damage. According to the government, there hasnt been a flood of this scale in last 90 years. The death toll as of August
With the water level at the Idukki dam fast rising, two more shutters of the dam were opened on Friday, said a Kerala Minister. Less rains on Friday though has brought some relief to the state that has seen 27 deaths in rain-related incident in