Reading the editorial columns of English Newspapers is one of the best methods to boost your preparation for competitive exams. In today's editorials, you will learn about the editorial view on how the Kerala government on Thursday claimed in the Supreme Court that sudden releases of water from the Mullaperiyar dam was a cause for the floods in the State and how the debate has gone political over the Rs 700 crore foreign aid for flood-ravaged Kerala. Read the editorial pages of all leading newspapers here to improve your skills and perform better in any competitive exam.

 

The Times of India Editorial

Amid excess rain in Kerala, drought fear in many south districts

In a cruel irony, surging rains in Kerala have lifted the monsoon's performance in south India to an 11 per cent surplus so far, the best among all regions of India. The figure, however, doesn't reveal the extremely skewed rain distribution in the region. Outside Kerala and coastal Andhra, half the districts in south India are grappling with deficient rainfall. Read More...

The Hindu Editorial

T.N.’s sudden release of water from Mullaperiyar caused floods, Kerala tells Supreme Court

The Kerala government on Thursday claimed in the Supreme Court that sudden releases of water from the Mullaperiyar dam was a cause for the floods in the State. Read More...

The Indian Express Editorial

Kerala floods: UAE says nothing official yet, no amount of financial aid announced

With his country at the centre of a debate in India over acceptance of Rs 700 crore foreign aid for flood-ravaged Kerala — that debate is now a political slugfest between the Left that runs Kerala and the BJP which leads the government at the Centre — UAE Ambassador Ahmed Albanna told The Indian Express Thursday that there has been no official announcement so far by the UAE on any specific amount as financial aid. Read More...

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