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Hakha, Chin, Myanmar | 10-day weather forecast & weekend weather ALAPPUZHA, India (AP) - On Monday tens of thousand in the flooded southern India waddled through dirt and silt to begin the huge job of clearing their houses and shops. In parts of Kerala state, where flooding and mudslides claimed more than 200 lives in less than two week and about 800,000 more were driven to aid stations, rainfall has declined.

A 56-year-old fishmonger, Abdul Samad, drew waste and drinking toilets from his destroyed house in the city of Pandalam. "However, the surface was rising by the minute. Over... "They had no timeframe to rescue anything they possessed and ran away as waters flowed over the walls and into the house.

Flood-like rainfalls began on August 8th in Kerala in the middle of the year' s rainy monsoons and finally left a large part of the state underwater. On Monday, the Indians also opened a business airfield to import aid and take the inhabitants out. On Monday mornings, the first plane arrived at the navy airfield in the town of Kochi, where the airfield has been shut down for almost a whole sunday.

On Twitter, Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Civilian Affairs, said that the airplane from AAI came from Bangalore in the state of Karnataka near the airport. He said other regional airports should soon be opened to business as well. In Alappuzha, a seaside city, tens of thousand refugees seek refuge in small encampments.

It is a little higher up and has managed to escape the most severe floods, but the location is only a few kilometres away. "Ullas, a 48-year-old man who used only one name and ran away from his home to ensure the city' s security, said, "The waters almost got to my throat.

"He said, "We don't know," when he was helping to hand out meals at a help centre. "As rainfall has decreased, part of Kerala's waters have declined, but tens of thousands have remained isolated and need help. The state' s fishers rescued tens of millions of people, many of whom went into the floods to help.

The state' s senior officer, Pinarayi Vijayan, on Monday said that the Swedish authorities would reimburse these fishers about $50 for each and every days they assisted, as well as for repairing vessels that were injured in the rescue. Officers say it is the most severe flood in Kerala in a hundred years, with precipitation in some areas well over twice the rate of a normal period of monsoons.

Aid goods and contributions came to Kerala from all over India.

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