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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka offered help and support to the rain-ravaged Kerala on Thursday.
 
Modi tweeted on Thursday:
 
"Spoke to Kerala CM Shri Pinarayi Vijayan and discussed the situation arising due to floods in various parts of the state. Offered all possible assistance to those affected. We stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of Kerala in the wake of this calamity." 
 
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had assured Kerala of Centre's assistance after he was apprised of the situation. He said Karnataka CM Kumaraswamy also assured of his state's support to Kerala. 
 
The Karnataka govt has promised to give Rs 10 crore for relief and rescue operations, Pinarayi said in a Facebook post. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday spoke with Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in the wake of heavy rains and floods in the state. 
 
 
Tamil Nadu announces Rs 5 Cr
 
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami has announced a contribution of Rs 5 crore to rain-ravaged Kerala as a mark of support to the neighbouring state. Referring to the situation, Palaniswami conveyed his condolences to the bereaved families. The chief minister said he has ordered "immediate contribution of Rs 5 crore," from the chief minister's public relief fund.
 
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Chemmanam Chacko passes away  
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Amala Paul injured during shooting  
Rain fury: Red Alert in seven districts  
Freedom for Moist girl after three years’ trial  
All five shutters of Cheruthoni dam opened  
Will see if there is flaw in the opening of Banasura dam shutters, says Minister Mani  
'Centre released Rs 320 cr to Kerala as disaster relief fund in 2018-19'  
Actress Manju Warrier made literary mission goodwill ambassador  
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