About US | Contact Us
SC directs Kerala police to grant round-the-clock security to 2 women who entered Sabarimala shrine..
Rahul extends support to Mamata's mega opposition rally in Kolkata on Saturday..
Reliance Industries shares up 2 pc post Dec qtr results..
Everyone tentative to speak as they don't know facts of case: Richa on Hirani..
TMC eyes Delhi, says its mega rally will sound BJP's death knell..
Chahal grabs six as India bowl out Australia for 230..
Tulsi Gabbard apologizes for her past statement on LGBTQ..
Second earthquake hits J&K in 24 hours..
Ranveer, Alia and other Bollywood stars meet PM Modi..
Alok Verma shunted out as CBI chief..
Congo: Opposition leader Tshisekedi wins presidential vote..
BJP open to alliances, cherishes old friends : PM..
Where are the jobs ? asks Shiv Sena after general category quota..
India's GDP expected to grow at 7.3 pc in 2018-19..
 
Opinion Poll

Loading...

 
Kerala floods: Death toll reaches 39

As many as 39 people have lost their lives in flooding and landslides, following heavy and incessant rains in Kerala.
Yesterday, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had informed that as per the preliminary report, the total damage due to floods in the state is estimated to be worth Rs 8316 crore.
Vijayan requested for an additional Rs 400 crore from the Home Ministry to carry out immediate relief and rehabilitation work in the state.
The state government had also requested the Centre to declare the calamity a 'rare severity' and provide the required funds and assistance within four weeks.
Earlier on Sunday, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, after meeting flood victims inKerala and taking an aerial overview of the situation in the state, announced an additional Rs 100 crore flood relief.
The Home Minister also approved the release of the second installment in advance for the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) to supplement the efforts of the state government.
Flash floods due to incessant rains have wreaked havoc in several districts of the state.
From past few days, normal life in many parts has been disrupted. The areas which were worst hit are Kannur, Wayanad, Kozhikode, Idukki, and Mallapuram districts. (ANI)

 
 
           
 
Copyright © 2016. nwztoday, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. All rights reserved.   Powered by: nwztoday