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Most of the early newspapers in the Persian Gulf region were established in Saudi Arabia . [1] The first newspaper founded in the country and in the Persian Gulf area is Al Falah which was launched in Mecca in 1920. [1] All of the newspapers published in Saudi Arabia are privately owned. [2]

Socio - Cultural Christian weekly based in Cochin, Kerala.

Kerala's western coastal belt is relatively flat compared to the eastern region, [116] and is criss-crossed by a network of interconnected brackish canals, lakes, estuaries , [117] and rivers known as the Kerala Backwaters . [118] The state's largest lake Vembanad , dominates the backwaters; it lies between Alappuzha and Kochi and is about 200 km 2 (77 sq mi) in area. [119] Around eight percent of India's waterways are found in Kerala. [120] Kerala's 44 rivers include the Periyar ; 244 kilometres (152 mi), Bharathapuzha ; 209 kilometres (130 mi), Pamba ; 176 kilometres (109 mi), Chaliyar ; 169 kilometres (105 mi), Kadalundipuzha ; 130 kilometres (81 mi), Chalakudipuzha ; 130 kilometres (81 mi), Valapattanam ; 129 kilometres (80 mi) and the Achankovil River ; 128 kilometres (80 mi). The average length of the rivers is 64 kilometres (40 mi). Many of the rivers are small and entirely fed by monsoon rain. [121] As Kerala's rivers are small and lacking in delta , they are more prone to environmental effects. The rivers face problems such as sand mining and pollution. [122] The state experiences several natural hazards like landslides, floods and droughts. The state was also affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami . [123]

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Kerala's western coastal belt is relatively flat compared to the eastern region, [116] and is criss-crossed by a network of interconnected brackish canals, lakes, estuaries , [117] and rivers known as the Kerala Backwaters . [118] The state's largest lake Vembanad , dominates the backwaters; it lies between Alappuzha and Kochi and is about 200 km 2 (77 sq mi) in area. [119] Around eight percent of India's waterways are found in Kerala. [120] Kerala's 44 rivers include the Periyar ; 244 kilometres (152 mi), Bharathapuzha ; 209 kilometres (130 mi), Pamba ; 176 kilometres (109 mi), Chaliyar ; 169 kilometres (105 mi), Kadalundipuzha ; 130 kilometres (81 mi), Chalakudipuzha ; 130 kilometres (81 mi), Valapattanam ; 129 kilometres (80 mi) and the Achankovil River ; 128 kilometres (80 mi). The average length of the rivers is 64 kilometres (40 mi). Many of the rivers are small and entirely fed by monsoon rain. [121] As Kerala's rivers are small and lacking in delta , they are more prone to environmental effects. The rivers face problems such as sand mining and pollution. [122] The state experiences several natural hazards like landslides, floods and droughts. The state was also affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami . [123]

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Socio - Cultural Christian weekly based in Cochin, Kerala.

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Kerala's western coastal belt is relatively flat compared to the eastern region, [116] and is criss-crossed by a network of interconnected brackish canals, lakes, estuaries , [117] and rivers known as the Kerala Backwaters . [118] The state's largest lake Vembanad , dominates the backwaters; it lies between Alappuzha and Kochi and is about 200 km 2 (77 sq mi) in area. [119] Around eight percent of India's waterways are found in Kerala. [120] Kerala's 44 rivers include the Periyar ; 244 kilometres (152 mi), Bharathapuzha ; 209 kilometres (130 mi), Pamba ; 176 kilometres (109 mi), Chaliyar ; 169 kilometres (105 mi), Kadalundipuzha ; 130 kilometres (81 mi), Chalakudipuzha ; 130 kilometres (81 mi), Valapattanam ; 129 kilometres (80 mi) and the Achankovil River ; 128 kilometres (80 mi). The average length of the rivers is 64 kilometres (40 mi). Many of the rivers are small and entirely fed by monsoon rain. [121] As Kerala's rivers are small and lacking in delta , they are more prone to environmental effects. The rivers face problems such as sand mining and pollution. [122] The state experiences several natural hazards like landslides, floods and droughts. The state was also affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami . [123]

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Most of the early newspapers in the Persian Gulf region were established in Saudi Arabia . [1] The first newspaper founded in the country and in the Persian Gulf area is Al Falah which was launched in Mecca in 1920. [1] All of the newspapers published in Saudi Arabia are privately owned. [2]

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