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In photos: Kerala flood leaves massive destruction behind

PTI, AP

Published : Aug 13, 2018, 4:36 pm IST
Updated : Aug 6, 2019, 1:26 pm IST
The flood situation in all 14 districts of Kerala, particularly in Pathanamthitta, remained grim on Thursday. At least 75 people have been killed so far. (Photo: PTI)
 The flood situation in all 14 districts of Kerala, particularly in Pathanamthitta, remained grim on Thursday. At least 75 people have been killed so far. (Photo: PTI)
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People being evacuated from residential colonies near Companypaddy metro station withthe flood water submerging the area on Thursday morning. (Photo: Arun Chandrabose)
People being evacuated from residential colonies near Companypaddy metro station withthe flood water submerging the area on Thursday morning. (Photo: Arun Chandrabose)
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Stranded passengers are carried in a truck to safe locality as flood waters ravaged National Highway 47 at Pulinchodu near Aluva on Thursday. (Photo: Arun Chandrabose)
Stranded passengers are carried in a truck to safe locality as flood waters ravaged National Highway 47 at Pulinchodu near Aluva on Thursday. (Photo: Arun Chandrabose)
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Migrant labourers leaving their residences in Muvattupuzha due to floods on Thursday. (Photo: Arun Chandrabose)
Migrant labourers leaving their residences in Muvattupuzha due to floods on Thursday. (Photo: Arun Chandrabose)
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An elderly woman is rescued following a flash flood, triggered by heavy rains, at Palakkad
An elderly woman is rescued following a flash flood, triggered by heavy rains, at Palakkad
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An aerial view of Aluva town following a flash flood after heavy rain.
An aerial view of Aluva town following a flash flood after heavy rain.
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Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan interacts with the flood-affected people at a relief camp in Ernakulam.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan interacts with the flood-affected people at a relief camp in Ernakulam.
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Disaster Management team rescues flood-hit people at Vithiri in Wayanad.
Disaster Management team rescues flood-hit people at Vithiri in Wayanad.
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Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh interacts with flood affected people at Elanthikkara relief center in Ernakulam on Sunday, August 12, 2018. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Union Minister of State for Tourism Alphons Kannanthanam are also seen.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh interacts with flood affected people at Elanthikkara relief center in Ernakulam on Sunday, August 12, 2018. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Union Minister of State for Tourism Alphons Kannanthanam are also seen.
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Soldiers clear the debris off a road in a flooded affected area at Wayanad.
Soldiers clear the debris off a road in a flooded affected area at Wayanad.
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NDRF personnel rescue the flood-hit people in Wayanad.
NDRF personnel rescue the flood-hit people in Wayanad.
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A view of the Idukki Dam as water level continued to rise in the reservoir in Iduki dam area of Kerala.
A view of the Idukki Dam as water level continued to rise in the reservoir in Iduki dam area of Kerala.
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An aerial view of the flood-hit areas of the state of Kerala.
 An aerial view of the flood-hit areas of the state of Kerala.
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