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Management of relief centres
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Management of relief centres

Madikeri: Even as thousands of people have been left homeless following devastating floods and landslides across Kodagu district, 3,824 people have taken refuge in 31 relief centres and camps in the district, while some have chosen to take shelter in the homes of relatives elsewhere and as well as in some home stays. About 1,500…

Wedding bells at relief centre
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Wedding bells at relief centre

Madikeri:  The weddings of Manjula and Ranjitha, flood victims from Kodagu who have taken shelter at relief camps, will finally happen, as if to prove will is a bigger force than natural disaster. This has brought in a new hope in the lives of the two women who had resigned to their fate as their…

Shortage of toilets, doctors hits Kodagu relief centres
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Shortage of toilets, doctors hits Kodagu relief centres

Madikeri: Over 9,000 displaced and homeless people have been sheltered at more than 600 Ganji Kendras (Gruel Centres) established at various parts of Kodagu district, especially in Madikeri and Somwarpet taluks that have witnessed the worst floods in the district so far. The Ganji Kendras have been established in towns, village and hobli-levels and local…

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