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Landslide in Kerala Updates: Rescue ops to proceed overnight, says CM Pinarayi Vijayan; NDRF team arrives at web vow online

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BSNL says will restore Rajamala tower this present day

The Times of India quoted BSNL as announcing that “that they could restore the functioning of their towers in Pettimudi, Rajamala factory put of abode on Friday itself.”

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Kerala govt appoints particular officer for reduction efforts

The Kerala authorities has appointed a particular officer to coordinate the relaxation operations, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said.

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Two childhood, 3 females among deceased

The landslide in Idukki is asserted to appreciate occurred within the wee hours of Friday when a gigantic mound of earth fell on the “row properties” and two childhood and 5 females had been among the deceased, most of whom had been plantation workers from neighbouring Tamil Nadu.

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NDRF rescues people stranded in Wayanad

The National Catastrophe Response Force (NDRF) personnel and native volunteers on Friday made a quick bridge to rescue stranded people in Meppadi, Wayanad.

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Rescue ops stalled because of notorious weather, says document

The rescue operation at Rajamala in Kerala’s Idukki, on the inform of the landslide on Friday, has been stopped because of notorious weather, The Times of India reported.

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IMD says ‘in model’ rainfall expected in Kerala

In its prolonged bulletin, IMD says, “Frequent rainfall process on the side of isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall is probably going over Kerala & Mahe and in model rainfall process is probably going over Lakshadweep at some stage within the next week”.

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Rescue ops underway in Idukki

Rescue operations underway within the giant landslide hit living in Rajamala in Kerala’s Idukki district that claimed 15 lives to this level.

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NDRF teams at Idukki landslide inform

Home Minister Amit Shah said that the NDRF team has reached the inform of the Idukki landslide and are engaged within the rescue operations. 

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Rescue ops will proceed overnight, says CM

Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the rescue operations for these caught within the particles of the Idukki landslide will proceed at some stage within the evening.

“All arrangements were made to present enough light on the landslide subject in Rajamala, Idukki,” he said.

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JP Nadda says ‘deeply anguished’ by Kerala landslide deaths

BJP president JP Nadda said, “Deeply anguished by the loss of lives because of landslide in Rajamalai, Idukki(Kerala). My thoughts are with bereaved families. I pray for the quick recovery of injured. I urge celebration workers to present all imaginable reduction, following all well being protocols.”

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Pinarayi Vijayan says negative weather is hampering rescue ops

“Adverse weather condition is slowing down the operations to rescue people affected because of landslide in Rajamala, Idukki. The inform authorities has sought the attend of Air Force nonetheless negative weather condition is now now not conducive for air lifting people,” said Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

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Kerala govt to pay remedy charges of these injured

Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Friday supplied an ex-gratia quantity of Rs 5 lakh every for the next of family of these that appreciate lost their lives because of a landslide in Rajamalai, Idukki. The inform authorities will endure the expense of remedy of these injured due to landslide, he added.

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Kerala landslide toll rises to 15, says CM

The toll within the landslide in Kerala’s Idukki district rose to 15, said Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

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Narendra Modi condoles Kerala landslide deaths

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Toll in Kerala landslide rises to 14

No longer now now not up to 14 people had been killed and over 50 others feared trapped in particles after a landslide led to by heavy rains flattened a row of arrangement devices of tea estate workers at Pettimudi in this high-fluctuate district in Kerala early Friday, police and officers said.

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PMO publicizes ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh to family of victims

Ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh every from PMNRF would be given to the next of family of these that appreciate lost their lives because of a landslide in Rajamalai, Idukki. Rs. 50,000 every would be given to these injured due to landslide: Top Minister’s Office

Landslide in Kerala LATEST Updates: Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the rescue operations for these caught within the particles of the Idukki landslide will proceed at some stage within the evening.

“All arrangements were made to present enough light on the landslide subject in Rajamala, Idukki,” he said.

Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Friday supplied an ex-gratia quantity of Rs 5 lakh every for the next of family of these that appreciate lost their lives because of a landslide in Rajamalai, Idukki. The inform authorities will endure the expense of remedy of these injured due to landslide, he added.

The Top Minister’s Office on Friday said that an ex-gratia quantity of Rs 2 lakh every from PMNRF would be given to the next of family of these that appreciate lost their lives because of a landslide in Rajamalai, Idukki. Rs. 50,000 every would be given to these injured due to landslide.

No longer now now not up to 14 people had been killed and over 50 others feared trapped in particles after a landslide led to by heavy rains flattened a row of arrangement devices of tea estate workers at Pettimudi in this high-fluctuate district in Kerala early on Friday.

Twelve people were rescued and efforts had been underway amid persevering with rains to discover on the least 52 others lacking within the vital major rain-linked mishap since the onset of South West monsoon final month that brought support reminiscences of havoc led to by floods within the outdated two years within the inform.

Meanwhile, ANI quoted eyewitnesses as announcing that they heard a loud sound when the landslide occurred within the Rajamalai ward of the Munnar gram panchayat. “Folk had been running to security and water was as soon as gushing in,” one eyewitness said.

Over 70 people had been feared trapped soon after the landslide was as soon as reported early on Friday. No longer now now not up to 20 properties had been buried under the particles, police informed.

The landslide took inform on the Pettimudi Division of Kannan Devan’s tea estate at Neymakkadu, Onmanorama reported.

The put of abode has been witnessing torrential rains and waterlogging since Tuesday, reports advised.

The Periyavarai bridge which collapsed within the rain has been repaired temporarily to facilitate the rescue operations.

Woodland Minister K Raju said instructions were given to woodland officers and different emergency services and products to attain the catch net site and begin rescue operations.

Verbal exchange links to the put of abode appreciate, nonetheless, been affected as vitality traces appreciate snapped due to rains.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan tweeted that an NDRF team had been deployed. The Chief Minister’s Office has also requested the Indian Air Force to present helicopters to attend within the rescue efforts.

“An NDRF team has been deployed to rescue landslide victims in Rajamalai, Idukki. Police, Fire Force, Woodland & Earnings officers were urged to affix rescue efforts. One other team of NDRF, basically based mostly in Thrissur, will soon attain Idukki,” the Chief Minister said.

The India Meteorological Division(IMD) said a purple alert was as soon as issued to Malappuram district for 7 August and an orange alert in nine districts of Ernakulam, Idukki, Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Kannur and Kasaragod until 9 August.

On Thursday heavy rains brought a couple of quick bridge in Idukki district to give way, inform authorities said.

The district also noticed floods in low-lying areas treasure Munnar, which is shut to Rajamalai, because of rising water ranges of the Muthirapuzha River.

Night time skedaddle has been banned in Idukki district, the inform catastrophe administration authority was as soon as quoted by data company PTI, together with that several roads and highways had been closed because of rains.

Malappuram district officers appreciate opened nine camps, seven of that are in Nilambur town that was as soon as temporarily flooded after the Chaliyar River overflowed.

“An whole of 410 people are within the seven camps with adherence to COVID-19 protocol,” a district catastrophe administration authority qualified urged PTI.

Wayanad district administration has opened 12 camps and shifted on the least 560 people. “Folk from containment zones are kept individually,” District Collector Dr Adeela Abdulla said.

With inputs from companies

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