Two die of 'starvation' in Tripura Bru relief camp as blockade demanding free ration continues for third day
A two-year-old boy and a woman died in a Bru relief camp in Tripura even as the refugees continued to stage blockade for the third consecutive day on Saturday, demanding the resumption of free ration and cash-dole to them, officials said
Rahul Gandhi writes letter to Narendra Singh Tomar, Harsh Vardhan and Nitin Gadkari; seeks help to rehabilitate flood-hit Wayanad
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has written letters to Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Harsh Vardhan and Nitin Gadkari seeking help to rehabilitate flood-hit Wayanad.
The celebrated elephant that was paraded for the Thrissur Pooram has a history of running amok. Climatic changes have made life tougher for elephants and they often rebel.
Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik advises militants to shun path of violence, assures support for rehabilitation
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Monday advised militants to shun the path of violence, assuring that his administration is ready to do whatever it can for their rehabilitation.
Cyclone Titli leaves trail of destruction in coastal Andhra Pradesh: Chandrababu Naidu govt faces flak for lack of strategy
The failure of the Chandrababu Naidu government to undertake timely relief measures like restoration of power supply, supply of food and water have further compounded the plight of the cyclone-affected people
The Kerala government told the high court on Wednesday that build-back-better was exactly the route it would take to undertake rebuilding in flood-ravaged regions
Many women from project-affected families have been displaced to resettlement colonies across Mumbai over the years by infrastructure and transportation projects.
Kerala, After The Flood: Fracas over UAE aid will cost BJP dearly, but Left and Congress also cut sorry figures
The BJP-led government has been criticised for turning down UAE's Rs 700-crore offer for Kerala flood relief, but the whole picture has not been effectively communicated.
Kerala, After The Flood: For rehabilitation efforts to bear fruit, state's developmental policies need drastic changes
Given the scale of the devastation caused by the floods in Kerala, making profits cannot be prioritised to sanction rehabilitation projects.
Kerala, After The Flood: India should focus on disaster-proof housing, insurance, not take recourse to jugaad
The Kerala experience must remind that it's time India looked seriously at disaster proof housing to secure homes and property from shocks, mudslides and flooding, while also making disaster insurance compulsory
Kerala floods: Delhi HC judges, Registry of High Court to contribute financial aid towards people's rehabilitation in state
Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and other judges of the Delhi High Court have decided to contribute for the rehabilitation of the people of Kerala hit by the devastating floods.
Kerala, After The Flood: Malayali expats in the Gulf take out major collection drives for victims back home
Acts of kindness by the Kerala diaspora are extending much-needed relief to the state as it struggles to overcome the worst natural calamity in its history
After the floods, the Kerala government has yet to assess the extent of the loss and damage to the tourism industry.
In flood-hit Kerala, controversy erupts over who pays for food grains; Centre says settling bills not a priority
As the issue turned controversial, Ram Vilas Paswan said that Kerala will not be charged for the food grains provided as relief material amid the floods.
Kerala, After The Flood: Displaced migrant workers heading home will adversely affect rehabilitation efforts
Around four million migrant labourers, displaced in the Kerala floods, work in nearly all sectors in the state, keeping the wheels of the economy moving.
Kerala Floods: Indian Army warns against fake news, tweets images of imposter in combat uniform discussing rescue ops
With the toll in Kerala floods rising to 210, and over 3.14 lakh people shifted to relief camps, the state also has to tackle fake news. The Additional Directorate General of Public Information, on Sunday, issued a warning against an imposter wearing Army combat uniform in a video spreading misinformation about rescue and relief efforts underway in the state.
For Kerala, rehabilitation likely the biggest challenge post floods, health issues another looming danger
During the Kerala floods, most of the people moved to relief camps are the poor who cannot afford the huge expense of clearing and sanitising their homes before returning to them.
The ban was put in place by Google to crack down shady providers cashing in on vulnerable patients.
Narendra Modi's silence on rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits 'unfortunate'; community had high hopes from PM, says ASKPC
Prime Minister Narendra Modi dashed the "high hopes" of Kashmiri Pandits during his recent visit to the Valley by staying mum on the issue of their rehabilitation, the All State Kashmiri Pandit Conference (ASKPC) said on Wednesday.
Mizoram: 114 HPC(D) militants who laid down arms get Rs 3 lakh each as part of rehabilitation package
All 114 militants of a Hmar militant outfit, who had laid down arms on 13 April, have received Rs 3 lakh each as part of the rehabilitation package, a senior Home department official said