Kasaragod: In the wake of flood havoc in the state,the government has planned to draft a scientific policy on land use to manage the situation. As part of the policy, the government plans to determine the areas fessible forresidential purposes in the state. It is learned that the government is considering to implement a scientific policy on land use following landslide and flood threat. If houses are constructed in the approved sites for residen... (Date:08/16/2019 05:54) Read full article >>

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