Kerala braces for more rain, alert sounded in landslide-prone areas
The Indian Express Delhi|October 20, 2021
RAIN-BATTERED KERALA is set to receive more rain starting Wednesday, IMD has predicted. As per IMD's prediction, the Western Ghat belt and eastern hills of the state will receive heavy to extremely heavy rains.
SHAJU PHILIP

Keeping in mind last week's devastating landslides in Idukki and Kottayam districts, the Kerala government for the first time has begun evacuating people residing in landslide-prone areas in the eastern hills of the state, while district administrations have readied fishermen with boats to evacuate people from low-lying areas.

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