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Indian NGO brings relief aid to Nepal village

Indian NGO brings relief aid to Nepal village

Volunteers provided the villagers with emergency supplies of food and blankets brought in by the Indian NGO, Goonj. Photograph: Anusha Subramanian Denizens of the Nepalese village of Pikhel, who were not receiving expeditious relief in the aftermath of the terrible earthquake that struck their homeland, found aid from an Indian NGO that heard their voice even when the Nepalese government could not. Anusha Subramanian reports from the village. Also read: Inside This village in Nepal ..., 1 week ago
NGO United Way of India collecting funds to help Nepal Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 3 weeks ago

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Times of India

Mandy Takhar's, a short film on Woman power

Mandy Takhar's new short film Goonj is available online now. In a brave effort, A Filmy Shots & Prinday presents short movie with a social message and awareness. Goonj focuses on women harassment and a strong message given by Mandy Takhar to stand ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Mumbai Mirror

Chennai organisation invites donations for Nepal

Comment · print · T T T+· T- AID India, extending support to Goonj, an organisation that is collecting material from across the country, is setting up a temporary collection centre in Royapettah. City residents, who want to donate ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago Parsi youths collecting relief for Nepal victims  Times of India2 weeks ago Here's how you can Help Nepal  New Indian Express3 weeks ago Lend a hand  Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago
Christian Science Monitor

Shadab Hassan turned down a corporate career to start a village school

H.H. High School, deep in the hinterland of India's Jharkhand State, transforms children's lives through education. Shadab Hassan (surrounded by students) founded H.H. High School, where experts help teach the village children via Skype. (Courtesy ...
 Christian Science Monitor17 hours ago
Kathmandu Post

Braving disaster to reach Barpak

KATHMANDU, MAY 24 - Eleven days after the April 25 earthquake, a team of 20 volunteers, from Kathmandu braved unsafe roads marred by fissures, landslides and rubble to walk to Barpak, the epicentre of the devastating quake. Apart from army ...
 Kathmandu Post1 day ago

Love For Nepal campaign at Raahgiri Day

r the Bhopalites have become even more health conscious and so are enjoying the Raahgiri Day organised every Sunday. Here on Sunday the Raahgiri Day began with Love For Nepal campaign organised by voluntary organisation Goonj. The youngsters of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago

How these men and women are selflessly helping rebuild Nepal

“I came here on my own. I knew I have the mental and physical strength to be here and do something worthwhile.” “It’s the dignity of people who have lost everything that is heartwarming.” “I think this will be the most memorable of all my holidays.” It’s been over a month since the first earthquake struck Nepal and two weeks after the second earthquake. While Nepal is struggling to come to terms with the destruction caused by the catastrophe, what ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

Who is the future of India?

What books have you read besides your school books, I asked Jyoti. After a full day of filming with her friends and her in their village school, we had come home with Jyoti to meet her mother. Jyoti Devi is the proverbial good student. She is ...
 Livemint.com4 days ago

16 Badass Villains From Bollywood Who Still Give Us The Creeps

We might be smitten by our heroes, but it is often the villain who becomes unforgettable, isn't it? Our Hindi films are incomplete without devils, and these guys are so bad that they are actually good. Read on as we take you through 16 of the most ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago

Aftershocks haunt Nepal's villages, relief out of reach

Quake after quake continue to jolt the Himalayan nation. Aid is arriving in Nepal, but its far flung villages remain cut off, two weeks after the April 25 horror. Villagers live amid debris and the common compliant is: No one has come to check on us. Anusha Subramanian reports from Dholakha district, 153 km from Kathmandu. Shyam Nepali comes out of his house in the hope of getting some relief. Photograph: Anusha Subramanian Mithai Ghising, 70, struggles to clear debris of her house in ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago NepalQuake: Heres how you can contribute to Nepal Rescue and Relief Funds If you are in India  Indiatimes4 weeks ago #NepalQuake: If You Are In India, Here's How You Can Help!  Indiatimes4 weeks ago
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