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Land Allotted to Bhopal Medical Trust, Power Companies

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Source: vision MPMay 25, 2010Visionmp.com news service
In a meeting chaired by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, state cabinet has decided to allot lands to Bhopal Medical Trust and power companies, said an official release.
The cabinet decided to allot 10 hectare land free of cost to the trust at village Chandpur in tehsil Huzoor. The allotment was made for setting up a medical college.
The land has been allotted on the condition that the trust has to provide bank guarantee (for three years) equivalent to amount of the premium as per the guideline.
According to the decision, if the institution fails to construct the building on the land within the deadline, the amount will be forfeited and allotment cancelled.
The cabinet also decided to transfer the land to Energy Department for projects of power generation, transmission and distribution.
Land will also be allotted to Sewa Bharti Sagar at Bina on 10 per cent premium as the guidelines for the year 2009-10.

SEWA BHARATI ON THE SERVICE OF SIKKIM

Source; Indrakilsikkim blog
SANJAY AGARWAL-RANGPO-25TH MAY
THE social service branch of rastriya swamsewak sangh naMED SEWA BHARATI ORGANISED THE DAY LONG LOW COST PILES disesese check up and treatment camp at sarasawati sishu vidhayalaya campus.dr b c saha of malda and group checked 62 piles patient along with 22 ladies patients too. The treatment was in low cost and treated via indian treatment tecnology through injection tecnology.mr gautom sarkar north bengal/sikkim incharge of rastriya swamsewak sangh was present during the programme.according to one of the spokesperson of organising committe mr chandra prakash such type of treatment process is successfully running in siliguri from thirty years and from this year sikkim sewa bharati has also started the service. The sewa bharati has decided to organise such type of camp from next year for every year on 16th may.

Sunderbani, Nowshera residents seek trauma hospital

Source: Shariqs blog
Shariq Majeed
Tribune News Service Sunderbani (Rajouri), January 2
Even as the killer highway in this part of the border district continues to snuff out precious lives month after month, the successive state governments have turned a blind eye towards the need of a trauma hospital having a blood bank here.
A few days back, a person, identified as Satyam Gupta, suffered serious injuries in a road accident near here while he was on way to Poonch from Jammu. Bleeding profusely, Satyam was shifted to a local hospital here where doctors attending on him asked his family to arrange six units of O negative blood compatible to the patient. Since the hospital here lacks blood bank, the family tried hard to arrange the blood of the otherwise rare group and managed to get it from Jammu. He, however, died an hour before the requisite volume of blood was transported here. Doctors felt had there been a trauma hospital his life could have been saved.
Even though the state government…

'Sukrutham' - A Home for the deprived; from Sevabharathi

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Source: haindava keralam
Anchal for the inaugration of Sukrutham Balashramam on 23rd May 2010 sunday 3.50 pm


Welcome           :    Sri.B.Sudheer Kumar ,( Vice President , Seva Bharathi Anchal )
Presidential address :    Dr. J.Seetharaman ,  (  President , Seva Bharathi Anchal )
Inaugration        :     Sri.J.Nanda Kumar ( Saha Prantha Pracharak, RSS Kerala )

Drugs and HIV -AIDS in Meghalaya: workshop

Source: interesting in the box
Cases of young women addicted to drugs and alcohol are on the rise in Meghalaya and the addiction might often lead them to plunge into the sex trade. This was revealed in a joint survey by UNODC and an NGO Manbha Foundation carried out in various parts of the city. "During the three-month-long survey in 2008, we came across around 50 female drug users," Dr Rica Lamar, Director Manbha Foundation said There are 17,833 drug users in Meghalaya with Jaintia Hills topping the list with 5398 followed by East Khasi Hills 5113 and Ri-Bhoi district with 2397, according to Dr Lamar.
"Once a person gets into the habit, she has to find means to support it and could therefore get into commercial sex, exposing themselves to the risk of HIV-AIDS," she said.
Lamenting the absence of a State-owned counseling-cum-health centre, she said female alcoholics and addicts are often denied treatment facilities.

Shri. Prashant Mahamuni
Organising Secretary,
Se…

Lions Seva Bharathi Hospital conducts blood donation camp

Source: ravichandrans blog
bangalore. RSS - IT Milans, in association with Lions Seva Bharati Hospital has organised a blood donation camp on April 11, 2010, Sunday from 9.00AM to 1.00PM at Lions Seva Bharati Hospital, Varthur Road, Munnaikolala.

'67 houses will be built for flood victims in 121 days' TNN, Apr 28, 2010, 10.20pm IST

Source: TOI
BAGALKOT: The construction of of 67 houses for the flood-affected people of Papathanal village in Hungund taluk will be completed within 121 days, said Seva Bharati state president M V Sundaramurty.

After performing pooja at the site allotted by the government for the construction of houses under Asare Scheme at Papathanal village in Hungund taluk on Tuesday, Sundaramurty said, Seva Bharati has already commenced the construction work of houses at Inam Budihal village in Hungund taluk, Kotnalli, Sabbalahunasi, and Alur SP villages in Badami taluk.

At Patahanal village, 67 houses will be constructed with each house measuring 287 square feet, at a cost of Rs 1.25 lakh, he said.

RSS district chief C S Patil praised the work done by Seva Bharati in the flood-affected villages. Hungund MLA Doddanagouda Patil spoke on the occasion. BJP state secretary Mohan Hosamani, ZP member Viresh Undodi, Nagaraj Hadli were present.

Govt committed to providing best medical services

By Our Staff Reporter
Bhopal, May 8: 
Humanitarian service is a service which connects people together. Its importance increases further in the medical field since these services provide physical as well as mental relief to the patients and their caretakers. These views were expressed by Minister of state for Public Health, Family Welfare, Medical Education, AYUSH and Technical Education Mahendra Hardia at different functions. At the first function, which was held to mark International Red Cross Day, He launched ambulance service for 11 districts. At the second function organised by Medical Education Employees Union at Hamidia Hospital, the minister unveiled 15 coolers.
Hardia said that service to patients is the biggest humanitarian service. The government is committed to the welfare of patients but the relief to them increases manifold when people also join hands in this work. Lauding the efforts of Medical Education Employees Union and Red Cross, he said that the state government …

Sewa activities in Haridwar Kumbh

Source: Organiser
THE Mahakumbh in Haridwar was unique this time. The devotees for the first time had the glimpse of the sewa activities being undertaken by Sangh swayamsevaks in remote areas of the country. The swayamsevaks run more than 1.60 lakh service projects.

In the camp organised by Sewa Bharati from March 21 to April 18, there was a huge exhibition showcasing the work of Sewa Bharati going on in different parts of the country. The exhibition highlighted how the service activities are being undertaken by the workers and how they are helping the beneficiaries to turn benefactors.

There was also a separate exhibition highlighting the 108-day Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra conducted from September 30, 2009 to January 17, 2010. Apart from highlighting the public response that the Yatra received, the exhibition also educated the people on organic farming, panchgavya products, benefits of Indian breed cows and how the villagers can earn more benefit from cow rearing. The exhibition …