ROADS CLOSED AS HEAVY RAIN TRIGGERS LANDSLIDES IN KERALA

Neriamangalam: Heavy rains and landslides disrupted Traffic in many places across the state. The Neriamangalam- Munnar national highway has been closed temporarily. Kochi-Dhanushkodi road has been closed for traffic at Neriamangalam following directives from the District Collector. Vehicles will not be permitted on Mannarkkadu-Attappadi Ghat road where high alert has been sounded due to inclement weather. The officials have asked the public to...

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