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Kerala rains: Rajnath Singh announces Rs 100 cr of immediate Central relief, says flood situation in state 'very serious'

Firstpost Monday, 13 August 2018
Terming the flood situation in Kerala following heavy rains as something never witnessed by the state since Independence, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday announced Rs 100 crore as immediate central relief.
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Palakkad (Kerala), Aug 10 (ANI): Flood like situations are cropping up in Kerala’s Palakkad after water levels rose to dangerous levels in the city on Thursday. Relentless rains have caused tremendous trouble and danger to the locals of Kerala who have been facing water flooding. Rain water is...

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