Government of India-owned telecommunications service provider BSNL may be very late to the party, but is finally implementing 4G services and connectivity on its network. The operator recently got.. Credit: BGR India - Published
As many as 77 people have lost their lives in the havoc created by incessant rains in Kerala. For the first time in the history of the state, it has opened 35 of its 39 dams due to rising water levels...
A report by the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), blaming the Kerala's Left Front government for the flood devastation has given fuel to the Opposition to target Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan... Credit: DNA - Published
The Idukki district has banned tourism and late night travel in the district starting Friday in view an IMD forecast of heavy to very heavy rains in Kerala and Lakshadweep in the next two-three days Credit: Firstpost - Published
The Idukki district administration in Kerala has banned tourism and night travels in the district including to Neelakurinji gardens in Munnar starting Friday in view of the heavy to very heavy rain.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
Chennai woke up to heavy rains on Friday. Apart from Chennai, several parts of Tamil Nadu also received heavy rains today. The downpour came a day after the Indian Metrological Department issued a.. Credit: DNA - Published
The Indian Meteorological Department has predicted heavy to very heavy rain in the next three or four days in Kerala and Lakshsadweep. Lower riparian states of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry are also likely.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
Ambili, a woman activist from Idukki, doused herself with petrol, but was immediately whisked away by police. The activists held aloft placards, stating that the court was not bigger than Lord Ayyappa.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
Sixteeen activists of radical outfit Popular Front of India, its student and political offshoots-- Campus Front and Social Democratic Party of India-- were named as accused in the charge sheet filed by.. Credit: DNA - Published
Even a month after Kerala witnessed an unprecedented deluge, said to be the worst in the last 100 years, at least 2,500 persons are still in relief camps in the state.
Presently, there are 80 relief.. Credit: DNA - Published
Baffling as the scene was, mass earthworm deaths have also been reported from other parts of Wayanad and Idukki districts. Scientists and the state government are worried, as earthworms maintain soil.. Credit: IndiaTimes - Published
The Kerala government had claimed that the sudden release from the Mullaperiyar dam forced it to release more water from the Idukki reservoir, becoming one of the causes of the floods. Credit: Firstpost - Published
On the eve of torrential rains that caused widespread flooding in Kerala, the state’s major dams, barring Idukki, were already full to capacity leaving little scope of containing cumulative runoff.. Credit: IndiaTimes - Published