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Kerala floods: how people pitched in with relief work

A view of the water-logged streets in Kerala

A view of the water-logged streets in Kerala  

With Kerala limping back to normalcy after the incessant rains and floods that ravaged the State, people from all over the world have pitched in to help the people of God's own country. From children donating their piggy bank savings, to fishermen braving flooded areas to aid in rescue operations, the last few days have seen various forms of generosity directed towards helping the flood-ravaged State. Here, we take a look at individual acts of kindness that were replete from all over the State and country.

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