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Annual River Crossing Mission Held in Periyar River
New Indian Express

Annual River Crossing Mission Held in Periyar River

KOCHI: Yet again, a group of children, many of them below ten years of age, dared the treacherous currents of the mighty Periyar in Aluva on Sunday, and crossed nearly 400 metres from Ashramam Kadavu to Manappuram. The group manoeuvring was part ... New Indian Express, 2 days ago

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Suspected of theft, man jumps into river

A 38-year-old man allegedly killed himself by jumping into the Periyar after he was followed by a group of people who suspected him to be a thief.The deceased was identified as Biju,
 The Hindu1 month ago Chased by mob, man drowns in Periyar  Times of India1 month ago

De-siltation suggested to save Periyar

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Call to establish Periyar River Monitoring Authority The upstream and downstream regions of Pathalam bund in Periyar should be de-silted and bio-remediation measures undertaken for saving the river system, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Experts suggest de-siltation to save Periyar  The Hindu1 month ago

Slew of Projects on the Anvil to Spruce up Periyar

KOCHI: With the Central Government announcing its decision to develop ten rivers and two canals in Kerala into national waterways, under a project conceived to develop 101 national waterways across the country, the clamour for a cleaner Periyar has ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Report on Periyar an eyewash, say greens

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Environmentalists have demanded concrete measures for saving the river system. Environmentalists, who are unenthused by the Kerala State Pollution Control Board's (KSPCB) suggestion for a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

DTPC to revive channel connecting river Periyar

KOCHI: Eyeing domestic and foreign tourists, the Ernakulam district tourism promotion council (DTPC) plans to revive a channel connecting Periyar in Aluva and theCheranelloor. Once the project becomes a reality, tourists can come to Kochi by boat ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Collector to pull up local bodies erring on river bank protection

Comment · print · T T T+· T- For years now Periyar has been claiming innocent young lives during vacation by trapping them in its ubiquitous deep pits left behind by indiscriminate sand mining. The drowning of two teenage sisters at a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Two Sisters Drown in Periyar River

KOCHI: In a tragic incident, two girls drowned in the Periyar near Manjummal on Thursday. The deceased have been identified as Aathira, 14, and her sister Akshara, 13. The deceased, daughters of Suresh and Valsala of Chirakkathara House, ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Sisters drown in Kochi  Kaumudi1 month ago

Walkways along Cooum to come up at Rs. 35 crore

Comment · print · T T T+· T- View of Periyar Bridge on the Cooum river at Anna Salai. Photo: M. Karunakaran For a long trek: One stretch of the walkway will connect the Cooum near Marina beach with Napier Bridge, at an estimated cost ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

All's not Lost for Periyar

KOCHI: In wake of the recent study report submitted by the expert committee which looked into the incidents of fish death in Periyar river, the Pollution Control Board (PCB) will soon hold a workshop to finalise the future course of action to save ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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