Showing posts from November 13, 2009

Undivided D K district’s RSS unit to build two villages of North Karnataka

Source: Mangaloremithr

Mangalore :  Seva Bharathi Nele, Mangalore a social working unit of RSS opened office on Wednesday 21st October 2009 for collecting fund for flood disasters of North Karnataka. Dr Madhava Bhandary, President MUDA inaugurated new office for Seva Bharathi Nele at Classic Arcade K S Rao Road Mangalore. Delivering the inaugural address to the occasion he said, whole villages of North Karnataka have been affected by the flood. Disasters need safe shelter to live and faddy field for cultivation. What ever they saved from agriculture had distroyed by the heavy rain. Seva Bharathi Trust with a social welfare cause decided to build shelters at two villages at North Karnataka. The trust will provides all basic needs to the residents of these two villages, he informed. Expressing his concern over nation, he said, everyone are worried about the flood affected area and the reconstruction of these places. Same time there is a need of building our nation; because internally cou…

Rehabilitation kickstarts in Bagalkot

Source: 3dsyndication

The Union home minister, Chidambaram, keeps mum on additional funds for relief worksRehabilitation work gained momentum in Bagalkot district on Monday after Union home minister P Chidambaram and chief minister BS Yeddyurappa laid the foundation stone for the reconstruction of flood-affected villages.The state government has joined hands with the private sector to launch the 'Aasare' programme to shift the flood-affected villages. The Rajiv Chandrashekhar Foundation, BIOCON, CISCO, GMR, Seva Bharathi and Karnataka Builders' Association will construct 8,000 houses for the flood-hit in Bagalkot district.In Sharabadagi, the state is providing land for free on which corporates will construct schools, hospitals and houses and provide infrastructure like roads, drinking water supply, electricity etc. Seventy-two villages in Bagalkot district will be shifted in phases. Ten villages are being shifted in the first phase.Praising the rehabilitation work…