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    Heavy rain and calamities - threat in Kerala

    For all hardship and prayers of the people, rain has arrived but a little heavier than expected. Now water is rushing up heavily and has caused huge damages. Day by day the death rates are creeping up along with huge loses in construction fields and agricultural sectors. Around 170 people have died due to rain and more than 25 crore has lost only for damages caused for buildings. In agricultural sector 10,457 hectors of land has been destroyed with 119 crore loses. Mid Kerala which are the places in Ernakulam and Idukki will suffer the maximum according to the report given. People are now in the verge of a huge disaster and praying to keep the climate calm. How will you react to this ?
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    The people should prepare for the rains so that no one will loose anything valuable while the rains last.
    Adesola Adeyeye

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    Now kerala is calm and quiet.Monsoon is getting slowly vanished from Kerala and moving to north India.This monsoon season causes many disasters and loses to the people of Kerala.This was one of the most terrific natural calamity happened in kerala during last ten years.Now Keralites are eagerly waiting for the onam festival by forgetting the loss due to rain.But the fear around the water bomb is still continues in the minds of the keralite.


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