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Category: Floods2009
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Landslide kills 42 in Tamil Nadu 10.11.2009 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Flood relief: Chimu collects Rs 6 lakh 10.11.2009 Deccan Herald: State
JSS Math of Mysore has adopted the village. The contribution will be handed over to the mutt. The writer said he and his three friends had collected over Rs 6 lakh. They had set a target to collect a total of Rs 10 lakh.
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CM seeks divine help 10.11.2009 Deccan Herald: State
A seemingly composed Chief Minister, speaking to reporters said that he prayed the Almighty for the dexterity to execute rehabilitation work in flood-hit areas of northern Karnataka and ability to cope up with ‘arduous situations in future’. The Chief Minister said that challenges are common for people in public life and he had been facing them in each stage of his life. Yeddyurappa, however, asserted that the BJP is a party with principles and ideologies and the central leadership will not be swayed over by any pressure, whether money or muscle power.
Mexico declares flood emergency in 2 south cities 10.11.2009 Sify News
The Mexican government has declared parts of the Gulf coast state of Tabasco disaster zones due to flooding from days of heavy rains, freeing up federal relief funds for the area.
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Better water-management can keep water borne diseases at bay: Trivedi 10.11.2009 New Kerala: India News
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Landslide kills 42 in Tamil Nadu 10.11.2009 Oneindia.in: News
Chennai, Nov. 10 (ANI): A major landslide, triggered by seasonal torrential rains, has killed at least 42 people in Tamil Nadu's Nilgiri district.
Better water-management can keep water borne diseases at bay: Trivedi 10.11.2009 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, Nov. 10 (ANI): Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Dinesh Trivedi, on Tuesday called for the need to have better water management, as it could help in keeping many water borne diseases like Dengue at bay.
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Yangtze delta warned to prepare for effects of climate change 10.11.2009 Guardian: Science
Delta has been warming faster than global average for a decade, and the impact is already being felt, according to WWF China China's most populous river needs massive investment and careful planning to ease the impact of climate change, which is causing floods, droughts and storms to intensify, a new report (pdf) said today. The Yangtze delta, which is home to about 400 million people, has been warming far faster than the global average for more than a decade and the implications for food security and biodiversity will worsen without remedial action, according to the study led by WWF China . The report found that in the first five years of this decade, temperatures along China's biggest river have increased by 0.71C, after a rise ...
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Over 20 million people need food aid in east Africa: UN 10.11.2009 DNA: Top News
In Somalia and Sudan, poor weather has worsened a food emergency due to civil wars, with 3.6 million and 5.9 million people in need of food aid.
Tamil Nadu’s monsoon fury, nearly 70 dead 10.11.2009 NDTV National
The North East monsoon fury has struck Tamil Nadu yet again in what has become almost an annual feature. In the Nilgiris District 35 people have died in landslides, 33 people have died in floods across the state. Ooty is cut off as the road to this hill station has breached.


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More than 40 killed in landslides in Tamil Nadu 10.11.2009 DNA: India
The victims included men, women and children, and they were either washed away in floods or buried in the landslide.
More than 40 killed in landslides in Tamil Nadu 10.11.2009 TOI: India
At least 43 people have been killed in landslides caused by torrential rains in the Nilgiris hills in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, officials said on Tuesday.
Landslides, flash floods kill 45: police 10.11.2009 Hindustan Times: News
Heavy rain in southern India triggered flash floods and landslides that killed 45 people in the last 24 hours and left about 1,000 tourists stranded, police said on Tuesday.
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Death toll touches 42 10.11.2009 New Indian Express
Death toll touches 42
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Rain causes widespread damage in Kollam dist 10.11.2009 New Indian Express
Rain causes widespread damage in Kollam dist
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Heavy rain likely in southern districts 10.11.2009 New Indian Express
Heavy rain likely in southern districts
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Balakrishnas ‘Simha’ shoots in Hyderabad 10.11.2009 New Indian Express
Balakrishnas ‘Simha’ shoots in Hyderabad
Brazil college backs down on mini-dress expulsion 10.11.2009 Sify News
A woman expelled for wearing a mini-dress that caused a near riot at a Brazilian college and made her an Internet sensation said all she wants is to go back to school. Well, she got her way.
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Brazil college backs down on mini-dress expulsion 10.11.2009 Sify News
A woman expelled for wearing a mini-dress that caused a near riot at a Brazilian college and made her an Internet sensation said all she wants is to go back to school. Well, she got her way.
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Feud takes sheen off BJP 10.11.2009 New Indian Express
Feud takes sheen off BJP
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