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Monsoon to gain momentum in Kodagu after June 20
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Monsoon to gain momentum in Kodagu after June 20

June 19, 2019

District administration directs for relocation of 236 families living in disaster-prone areas Madikeri: With the Meteorological Department force-casting that Monsoon may pick up in Kodagu after June 20, the people residing in villages, which were devastated in last year’s floods, are feeling scared, apprehending monsoon fury. The Geological Survey of India has listed 13 villages…

People living in flood-prone areas of Kodagu to be shifted
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People living in flood-prone areas of Kodagu to be shifted

June 17, 2019

Madikeri CMC serves notices to residents who have built houses in hilly terrain Madikeri:  Kodagu Deputy Commissioner Annies Kanmani Joy has asked District officials to shift people from flood-prone and vulnerable areas to relief centres in case monsoon wreaks havoc this year too like last year. At a meeting with Nodal Officers held at DC…

Stop using metallic ladders in coffee estates: Kodagu DC
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Stop using metallic ladders in coffee estates: Kodagu DC

June 6, 2019

Madikeri: The Kodagu District Administration has said that 35 workers in coffee estates and plantations have died of electrocution in the last four-and-a-half years. This has been attributed to the practice of using specially-fabricated metallic ladders, which tend to be up to 30 feet high, to reach tree tops for pruning. But there is an…

Kodagu gets new DC
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Kodagu gets new DC

January 31, 2019

Madikeri: IAS Officer Annies Kanmani Joy has been appointed as the new Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Kodagu. Her appointment comes after P.I. Sreevidya, who was serving as Kodagu DC, went on a two-month leave some time ago. With Sreevidya going on a long leave, Kodagu ZP CEO K. Lakshmipriya had taken charge as the Acting…

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