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Uttarakhand forest fire: 6 dead, nearly 2000 hectares of green cover destroyed
Times of India

Uttarakhand forest fire: 6 dead, nearly 2000 hectares of green...

DEHRADUN: Three teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and one team of SDRF are trying to douse major forest fires across Uttarakhand which have been raging since February. Six people, including three women and a child, have been killed in ... Times of India, 4 days ago
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IndiaTV News

Fire doused in 70% of affected areas of Uttarakhand: NDRF

Dehradun: The National Disaster Response Force on Sunday said that fire has been controlled in 70 per cent of the 427 affected locations even as the army, the air force, 3 NDRF teams and 6,000 firefighters worked relentlessly to save the forest covers. "We ...
 IndiaTV News3 days ago NDRF says ‘fire out in 70% of affected areas’, Centre sends team to probe Uttarakhand forest fires  Zee News3 days ago Fire out in 70 per cent of affected areas in Uttarakhand  Rediff.com3 days ago 4 arrested in Uttarakhand forest fire; 'Will punish guilty,' assures Javdekar  Asian Age3 days ago
Hindustan Times

Uttarakhand forest fire: National Disaster Response Force teams sent in

Pauri, Tehri and Nainital are the worst affected districts because they have a thick cover of Cheed and Sal trees Since early February, 922 incidents of forest fires in the state have been reported in which five people were injured. Raging forest fire in ...
 Asian Age5 days ago National Disaster Response Force to raise dog squad  Asian Age2 months ago Pics: Uttarakhand forests go up in flames, rescuers jump into action  Hindustan Times5 days ago Rajnath assures Uttarakhand help to douse forest fire  Press Trust of India5 days ago
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NDRF's 9th battalion to specialise in flood rescue ops

PATNA: The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) will develop its 9th battalion, headquartered in Bihta in Patna district, as a national-level specialized unit to handle water-related disasters. NDRF director general O P Singh, while laying the ...
 Times of India1 week ago Ninth battalion of NDRF to be developed as specialised unit  The Echo Of India1 week ago Ninth battalion of NDRF to be developed as specialised unit : DG  Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago NDRF to train Ninth battalion as specialised unit to focus on flood rescue  Firstpost.com1 week ago
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PhysOrg.com

LifeStraw Team Partnering with Emergency Responders to Provide Safe Water for Victims of the Earthquake in Ecuador

_ According to CNN, the hardest-hit area of the South American nation was the coastal Manabi Province, and getting supplies and rescue crews to the affected areas has been a challenge. Through the new LifeStraw Safe Water Fund ...
 Sys-Con Media2 weeks ago Former OC Pro Surfer Leads Emergency Response Team to Earthquake-Ravaged Ecuador  Emergency Management2 weeks ago Language and earthquakes: Insights in disaster response  PhysOrg.com6 days ago LifeStraw Partnering with Emergency Responders to Provide Safe Water for Victims of the Earthquake in Ecuador  Outdoor Industry Association2 weeks ago
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2 labourers die in cave-in at AIIMS site

National Disaster Response Force personnel inspect the site where a mound of earth caved in near AIIMS in New Delhi on Wednesday. (Photo: PTI) Two labourers died and three others were injured when an under-construction parking lot at the new AIIMS ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Project HOPE Disaster Response Team in Ecuador to Identify Medical Needs in Aftermath of Deadly Earthquake

(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Project HOPE , the global health education and humanitarian assistance organization, announced today that its disaster response team is on the ground in Ecuador following the massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck the ...
 4 Traders1 week ago
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DEUTSCHE POST : DHL Group sends Disaster Response Team to Ecuador after earthquake (Apr 19 2016)

Deutsche Post DHL Group is sending a Disaster Response Team (DRT) to Manta in Ecuador. Since the South American nation was struck by the magnitude-7.8 earthquake Saturday evening, more than 30 tremors have been registered in western parts of the ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago Deutsche Post DHL Group sends earthquake disaster response team to Ecuador  Canadian Transportation Logistics1 week ago Deutsche Post DHL Group Sends Disaster Response Team to Ecuador after Earthquake  EnvironmentGuru.com2 weeks ago
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Equipment World

First disaster response class graduates Team Rubicon and Case CE's heavy equipment training program

Team Rubicon members receive instruction at Titan Machinery's Shakopee, Minnesota branch. With help from heavy equipment manufacturer Case, the first group of volunteers have graduated froma disaster response organization's heavy equipment ...
 Equipment World1 week ago Case, Titan Machinery Help Team Rubicon Graduate First Class of Heavy Equipment Instructors  Compact Equipment Online2 weeks ago
CBC

Saint John fire chief calls for training centre to deal with fuel disasters

Kevin Clifford pushes for regional training centre in city after serving on national task force Saint John Fire Chief Kevin Clifford says there's still no plan to provide his fire crews with training to deal with flammable fuel disasters on the ...
 CBC6 days ago
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