How People From Kerala Brought a 9-Km-Long Dead River Varattar to Life

The rejuvenation of varattar in 2017 was very timely and a godsend for Vallamkulam; otherwise the flood would’ve been very bad. The article is good, and I just contacted the author too.

With the help of the locals and people from different political affiliations, the dead river found its forgotten path once again.
— Read on www.thebetterindia.com/108293/people-kerala-9-km-long-dead-river-varattar-restoration/

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Author: Alex Abraham

Professional Engineer, Project Management Professional and Six Sigma Black Belt. Passionate about productivity, efficiency, Lean Transformations in companies/ personal life/ communities. Born in Vallamkulam, India. After graduating from the Government Engineering College, Trichur started as Scientist at Vikram Sarabhi Space Centre (VSSC), Trivandrum, India in 1985. Post graduate degree in mechanical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India 1991. Left VSSC and India in 1996. Worked in Bahrain, Ethiopia, Oman. Settled in Winnipeg, Canada since 2010. Since 2003, involved in Production Management, Quality and Lean Applications in various industries.

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