The death toll in rain-battered Kerala touched 174 on Friday as a red alert continued in 12 districts, with the authorities continuing rescue operations after rains subsided and evacuated more.. Sify Also reported by •newKerala.com •DNA
The death toll in Kerala owing to floods have increased to 167, CM Pinarayi Vijayan said in a press conference on Friday morning. He said that rains have subsided in some regions, though situation.. DNA
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...
Cochin/ Trivandrum (Kerala), Aug 16 (ANI): As many as 67 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..
Kochi (Kerala), Aug 15 (ANI): India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued Red Alert in entire flood-affected state of Kerala on Wednesday. Flood has led to havoc in the state and has claimed at least..
Indian Navy has commneced the airlift operations in Trichur, Aluva and Muvattupuzha area. The airlift operation by Indian Navy has so far rescued 36 people stranded in the state. People are being.. DNA
In probably one of the rare good news coming from devastating floods of Kerala, a 45-day-old baby was rescued by a team of Indian Army recently.
According to the army officials, the baby-mother duo.. DNA
The flood situation in Kerala further worsened today with many areas inundated and flight operations suspended till Saturday at Kochi airport, as the toll rose to 67 with rain fury claiming 25 lives.. DNA
Rain fury today continued unabated in Kerala, where 47 people have died so far, with the Kochi international airport announced shut till Saturday after water gushed inside the airport area and train.. DNA
The India Meteorological Department has sounded a red alert to several districts of Kerala after rains intensified, taking the toll of people who lost their lives in the floods to 44 on Wednesday. Firstpost
Large parts of Kerala remained deluged on Independence day as heavy rains lashed across the hilly terrains and plains leaving many homeless even as dams were opened to release excess waters. IndiaTimes
Cochin International Airport today suspended all flight operations till 2 pm as water level has increased in the airport area following continuous rains and the opening of dam shutters in Periyar.. DNA