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200,000 still stranded in killer Kashmir floods
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Hundreds of thousands still stranded by Kashmir floods

This in not a flood, this is a tsunami," Mehraj-Ud-Din Shah, Kashmir State Disaster Response Force chief, told AFP by phone from Srinagar on Saturday. "There's a stench everywhere as animals have died and their bodies are floating around," fuelling concern ... Economic Times, 2 days ago

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Hostility meets NDRF initially in flood-hit Kashmir

The personnel of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) faced anti-India sloganeering, stone pelting and even one of their personnel was knifed. SRINAGAR: When NDRF personnel were rushed in here 12 days back, topmost on their minds was to rescue people ...
 Economic Times6 hours ago Jammu and Kashmir floods: NDRF personnel faced anti-India protests  First Post.com6 hours ago Kashmir flood disaster worsened by risks being ignored - experts  AlertNet5 days ago

Army officer rescues his parents who were struck in J&K floods for 5 days

Srinagar: As Army, Indian Air Force and National Disaster Response Force have been working round the clock to save the life of others in the flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, an officer managed to rescue his parents after five days. The officer ...
 IBNLive India News2 days ago Indians in Saudi Arabia appeal to Modi for 'massive' help in Kashmir  Siasat Daily1 day ago PM condoles the passing away of educationist Kireet Joshi  Business Standard India2 days ago J&K floods: NDRF deploys 'boat hospitals', turns to relief operations  Zee News3 days ago
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Main priority is to rescue people stuck …

By ANI | ANI New Delhi, Sep. 14 (ANI): The Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), JKS Rawat, on Sunday said that the main priority is to rescue the people in the flood-affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir. ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago More bodies found, death toll climbs to 48  The Hindu2 months ago Death Toll Rises to 17 in Building Collapse Near Chennai  Med India2 months ago Death toll rises to 17 in Chennai building collapse  Business Standard2 months ago
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Indian Army turns saviour, wins the praise of flood-hit Kashmiris, but will the perception change?

The men and women in olive green and their counterparts in the Indian Air Force, Indian Navy and National Disaster Response Force, who have never had a very healthy relationship with the people of Kashmir Valley, are putting their lives in danger while trying ...
 IBN Live6 days ago A national-level disaster in J  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Over 5,200 people rescued by NDRF in Jammu and Kashmir

The central control room of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) in Delhi said a total of 17 teams of the force with 118 boats have been deployed in the affected areas. SRINAGAR/JAMMU: Over 5,200 people have been rescued till now by a 700-strong NDRF ...
 Economic Times1 week ago J-K floods: 5,183 people rescued so far, says NDRF DG  Business Standard1 week ago

17 teams being rushed to Jammu and Kashmir: NDRF DG OP Singh

Director General of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) OP Singh today said that over 17 teams are being rushed to Jammu and Kashmir, adding that five teams will be reaching the state by tonight."The top priority is to save lives. The NDRF ...
 Business Standard1 week ago OP Singh appointed new Director General of NDRF  Zee News2 weeks ago IPS officer O P Singh appointed new Director General of NDRF  Economic Times2 weeks ago Singh appointed new Director General of NDRF  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Home Minister Reviews J&K Flood Situation NDRF to send 5 more columns, MHA to Despatch Around 70 Boats

Rajnath Singh has instructed the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) to send 5 more columns immediately to the flood affected areas. The Home Minister has also directed the ministry to despatch around 70 boats to Jammu and Kashmir today itself for rescue ...
 Business Standard1 week ago J-K floods: NDRF to send five more columns, MHA to dispatch over 70 boats  Business Standard1 week ago Home Ministry deploys two NDRF teams to J-K  Sify1 week ago Two NDRF centers to be set up in UP  Times of India3 weeks ago
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NDRF workers attacked in Srinagar

Two workers of the National Disaster Response Force was attacked by angry locals in Srinagar this morning as 4 lakh across the flood-hit state wait to be rescued. One relief worker was injured and has been rushed to a hospital in Chandigarh. Over 200 people have been killed in the worst floods in J&K in six decades.
 Rediff.com6 days ago Army to The Rescue, Not State Government, Say Angry Srinagar Residents  Current News India5 days ago In Srinagar, flood-ravaged areas still under 5-ft water  Chandigarh Tribune2 days ago Visit of VIPs Infuriates Flood-affected in J and K  New Indian Express3 days ago

Kashmir Floods: Over 42000 rescued so far(Update:J-K floods)

The armed forces and the National Disaster Response Force have rescued 42,587 persons from different regions of flood and landslide ravaged Jammu and Kashmir.A statement issued by the army said that massive rescue and relief operations continue in ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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