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Latest Articles in kerala floods

JSPL Contributes Rs 2 Crore Towards Kerala Relief Fund

Steel Maker Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL) has contributed over Rs. 2 crore to Kerala government's Chief Minister Distress Relief Fund to help the flood affected people in the state

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At Nature’s Mercy

Flood waters may have begun to recede in Kerala, but 11 states and 15 cities are in danger of Kerala-life floods. BW Businessworld takes stock of the national preparedness for such disasters

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IRDAI Asks Insurers To Provide 60-days Grace Period For Health Insurance Premium

Insurance regulator IRDAI has asked insurers to give a grace period of 60-days for payment of premium in respect of all health insurance policies in flood affected kerala and parts of Karnataka

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UIDAI Extends Minimum Aadhaar Enrollment, Related Deadlines For Banks Till November 1

The November 1 deadline had been relaxed after certain banks flagged difficulties in achieving targets in view of calamities like Kerala Floods and other technical concerns. UIDAI asks bank branches to assure at least 8 enrollments or updations daily from November 1

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Centre Releases Rs 600 Crore To The Flood Hit State, Waives Off Customs Duty, GST On Relief Materials

The Centre today released Rs 600 crore to flood-hit Kerala and decided to waive customs duty and GST on the relief materials being imported for the affected people in the state.

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Govt Has Asked Industrialists, Biz Organisations To Help Kerala Deal With Floods: Prabhu

Domestic airlines have been persuaded to carry cargo free of cost to the state, says Union Minister Suresh Prabhu

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Kerala Flood: Qatar Extends Rs 34.89 Crore Aid For Flood-hit Indian State

After the UAE, Qatar has come out in support of flood-hit Kerala by announcing a financial aid of Rs 34.89 crore to help provide shelter to those who lost their homes as a result of the humanitarian crisis, a media report said today.

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