Party sources said Rahul Gandhi assured his help to these patients and said that he would take care of the treatment of such patients.
The population of the state is more than 8 lakh and it has placed 12,000 people in-home quarantine, the figure of which has come down to 10,000 now.
Rahul Gandhi is currently on a three-day tour to his constituency Wayanad in Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram: Whether Congress President Rahul Gandhi will contest from the Wayanad Lok Sabha seat in Kerala will become clear on Wednesday, a senior Congress leader here said. The leader of Opposition Ramesh Chennithala said the decision was expected later in the day. “We all want him to contest from Wayanad,”[Read More…]
Kottayam (Kerala): The decision to contest on the Wayanad Lok Sabha seat in Kerala rests with Congress President Rahul Gandhi, said All India Congress Committee general secretary Oommen Chandy said on Sunday. “There is no confusion at all regarding Gandhi contesting the Lok Sabha polls from Wayanad. Our party here[Read More…]
The massive downfall in Wayanad’s water levels and fissures in fields have literally shocked the people as well as experts in Kerala. It has arrived as an alarming situation in the district, especially for the farmers. The temperature in the district has gone up to more than 28 degrees Celcius.[Read More…]
From India to Sri Lanka, Austria and Switzerland, the world has no shortage of breathtaking places to play cricket. A Twitter user has shared some of the most stunning cricket grounds in a series of tweets. Nanga Parbat Beat that view of cricket with the background of Nanga Parbat pic.twitter.com/zg7O9uuWVY[Read More…]
The Indian Army has launched a major rescue and relief operation in flood-ravaged Kerala where torrential monsoon rains have killed at least 27 people and left thousands homeless due to flooding and landslides. The Army pushed its men and machinery into disaster relief and rescue operations at Kannur, Kozhikode, Wayanad and Idukki after incessant rain and landslides hit various northern districts of[Read More…]
Karnataka is rushing Rs 10 crore worth relief materials to the neighbouring flood-hit Kerala following heavy monsoon rains, said an official statement on Thursday. “Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy directed state Chief Secretary T.M. Vijaya Bhaskar to rush relief materials and a team of doctors to Kerala, reeling under heavy rains and flash floods,” said the statement. On Kerala’s request, the state[Read More…]