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Bird flu in 5 spots in Kuttanad

ALAPPUZHA: Presence of avian flu (H5 N8) has been confirmed in ducks in five places in Kuttanad by theNational Institute of High Security Animal Diseases (NIHSAD), Bhopal, said district collector Veena Madhavan. The H5N8 virus is not known to infect ... Times of India, 3 hours ago
Avian flu conformed in Alappuzha Times of India, 16 hours ago

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Crop loss: Kuttanad farmers to get compensation

Minister for Agriculture V.S.Sunil Kumar launching sowing operations for paddy cultivation in the Rani kayal fields in Kuttanad on Thursday.—Photo: Special Arrangement
 The Hindu5 days ago Njaattu pattu to echo in paddy fields of Rani Kayal  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago 'Won't totally discard United Democratic Front's farm policy'  Times of India1 week ago

Nedumudi makes it to global travel magazine

ALAPPUZHA: Nedumudy, a charming village in Kuttanad, has received international recognition with the British newspaper The Guardian publishing a few pictures of it on the Guardian Travel's Instagram account. This comes close on the heels of National ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Compensation package ready for Kuttanad

ALAPPUZHA: The government has readied a compensation package of Rs 30,000 per hectare for paddy farmers who lost their crops in the recent pest attacks and swamp formation in Kuttanad. The compensation would be disbursed in two phases and the order ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
The Hindu

Farm songs to make waves in Rani kayal fields again

The Rani kayal fields in Kuttanad will turn green again after a span of over two decades. Paddy farming is set to be taken up in the fields situated below sea level. Minister for Agriculture V.S. Sunil Kumar will launch the sowing operations on Thursday.
 The Hindu6 days ago

Assessment of crop loss

A special team of officials have begun assessment of damage to paddy crop in Kuttanad. The team had been deputed as per instructions from Minister for Agriculture V.S.Sunil Kumar, who visited the paddy fields affected by pest-attack, last week .
 The Hindu1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Kuttanad cashes in on cycle tourism

ALAPPUZHA: Cycling expeditions are gaining momentum in Kuttanad with many foreign tourists flocking to the region to enjoy its natural beauty as well as experience its unique village life. Tour operators offer special packages to the tourists and ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Kuttanadan lifestyle catches fancy of foreigners  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Baburaj to take on terrorism with a 25 km swim

Alappuzha: T. D. Baburaj, a 53-Some physically challenged swimmer from Kuttanad's Kainakary, will attempt a 25 km non-stop swimming record next month. Nothing will stop me, says a determined Mr Baburaj during his daily practice in the backwaters, ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Swim against the tide of terrorism: Kerala disabled man's unique campaign  Manorama Online1 month ago Disabled Kerala man to campaign against terrorism by swimming 25 kms non-stop  New Indian Express1 month ago Disabled Kerala swimmer to campaign against terrorism  Yahoo! India1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Relief for Kuttanad farmers as millers call off stir

ALAPPUZHA: The Kuttanad paddy farmers are relieved by the decision of 52 private mill owners to call off their strike and the government's announcement to procure harvested crops from Tuesday. Some 6.5 lakh tonnes of paddy from 11,000 hectares of ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
Manorama Online

Frolicking on houseboats is fine, but Vembanad is now a cesspool of human waste

Kumarakom: Despite setting up a waste treatment plant at Kuttanad, the Vembanad Lake has become a cesspool of human waste and garbage, thanks to the callous dumping by the hundreds of houseboats operating in and around Kottayam and Alappuzha. An ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago
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