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14th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-1(in Hindi)
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  2. Growth may pick up, but concerns remain Keeping dry: On Kerala floods Making lateral entry' work Kerala's floods show the need for governments to strengthen resilience planning S. UBHODEEP


  3. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 14th August THE HINDU


  4. The catastrophic impact of monsoon rainfall on several districts of Kerala has come as a grim reminder that the vigil against unpredictable natural disasters must never be relaxed iminder that the vigil against unpredieab More than three dozen people have died and an estimated 8,316 crore worth of economic assets have been lost in the seasonal rain, particularly over the past week. The gates of reservoirs in the Idukki system, a giant hydroelectric project, and several other dams have been opened, inundating riverside habitations downstream UBHODEEP


  5. 25 eo Cheruthoni Dam dukki Dam Thankamani Narakakanam Santhigram Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary tom Kulamavu Anchuruli Tunnel moodarenVellayam Kannampady UBHODEEP


  6. 60,000 people whose dwellings suffered damage were lodged in relief camps. There is genuine concern that a temporary respite in rainfall may be followed by another intense downpour from nascent weather systems; the India Meteorological Department has forecast rain until August 17. Centre-initial announcement o 100 crore towards relief is incongruous with the scale of the damage. Crucial support has come from the armed forces as well to normalise the situation UBHODEEP


  7. Kerala's unusually heavy monsoon this year is in contrast to the long-period trend of rainfall. This trend is expected to become stronger. This points to the need for governments to strengthen their resilience planning. It should begin with a programme to relocate people away from hazard zones along the rivers that were in spate in Kerala over the past week after the shutters of more than two dozen dams were opened. Finding suitable land is, of course, a challenge in a populous, forested State, but it is an absolute necessity to prepare for the future UBHODEEP


  8. It is reasonable to expect that with its efficient primary health care network, Kerala will take all measures necessary to avoid epidemics in the wake of the floods. The spectacular disaster this year also underscores the role of the government as the insurer of last resort for the average citizen. In Mumbai last year, for instance, those who had private household insurance cover against disasters discovered the limitations of such policies, since the companies were unwilling to pay many home owners for a key risk such as costly displacement from homes All States naturally look to Kerala, with its record of social development, for evolving best practices to handle such natural disasters UBHODEEP


  9. Growth may pick up, but concerns remain Huff and e-puff: On e-cigarette ban Making lateral entry work Given conflicting claims about health effects, India should tread cautiously on e-cigarettes S. UBHODEEP


  10. In recent hearing on a public interest litigation in the Delhi High Court, the Delhi government said it was planning to ban e-cigarettes. ollows through, th Maharashtra in the ban The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has taken a stand against e-cigarettes. given that combustible cigarettes are freely available across India? The controversy exists partly because it is a new and rapidly evolving But is a ban the right approach to regulate this technology, technology This makes it hard for researchers to study the health effects. UBHODEEP


  11. They also increase the odds of lung disease and myocardial infarction, but to a lesser extent than normal cigarettes do. but leser extent than normal.cizarette dod A group of researchers argued that e-cigarettes must be viewed from a "harm minimisation" perspective. Low doses in e-cigarette aerosols can be carcinogenic if inhaled for years, A 2011 study of Korean adolescents found that e-cigarette users were more likely to turn into regular smokers eventually. Plus, 2004-2014 data from the U.S. National Youth Tobacco Surveys suggest that young people at low risk of taking up smoking are turning to e-cigarettes. UBHODEEP


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