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Sewa Bharati / Sewa Vibhag in central Govt's special category for funding

Source: telegraph India
(telegraphs version was a bit negative had to edit) 2006

The ministry of tribal affairs has been constantly funding and supporting Sangh Sewa vibhag and its related NGOs  over the last three years. These organisations were included as voluntary groups and NGOs to promote educational and cultural development in tribal areas during the NDA regime.

The 10 RSS affiliated organisations that make their appearance in the ministry’s records are: (The list of organisations as given by TELEGRAPH INDIA are not really correct) Vidya BharatiSewa BharatiDeendayal Research Institute, New DelhiAkhil Bharatiya Vanvasi Kalyan AshramBharat Sewashram SanghRashtriya Sewa Samiti, Andhra PradeshVivekanand Girijan Kalyan Kendra, KarnatakaBharatiya Adim Jati Sewak Sangh and its associated organisationsAkhil Bharatiya Dayanand Sewashram Sangh, DelhiD…

Sewa Bharati to open orphanage, computer centre in Doon

Source: Tribune News Service Dehradun, May 4
Sewa Bharati (Uttarakhand) an affiliate of the Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh (RSS) today announced the setting up of a computer centre and a home for orphans in the city. Addressing a press conference today, Jai Narayan Agarwal, president, Sewa Bharati, said these centres would be established in the coming months for training economically weak students from all communities. He said the Sewa Bharati was also planning to open a mobile health clinic in the city. Giving details about the functioning of Sewa Bharati, Agarwal said the organisation was running education camps, tailoring centres and medical camps in 38 localities and 58 areas.

Relief material distributed in flood-hit Leh: Sewa Bharati

9/26/2010 11:02:31 PM
Source: Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 26:

EXTENDING a helping hand, Ladhak Aapda Sahayata Kosh in collaboration with Sewa Bharti distributed relief material to flood affected area of Leh. It has started relief work in 59 villages, 957 families were facilitated 1843 blankets, 942 utensils and 2324 clothes sets were distributed. Chairman of the Kosh Brig. (Retd.) Suchet Singh had recently handed over 21 newly constructed houses by Sewa Bharti to those people who have lost their houses in the cloud burst in the areas of village Shey, Blama, Saspol, Biama. He also handed over 16 water mills to those who have lost their mills in the cloud burst. Number of Sewa Bharti And LASK workers are doing the relief and rehabilitation work run by the organizations. Brig. Singh visited all the affected areas of the Ladakh and showed full satisfaction over the relief work. Meanwhile, 14 shopkeepers were given all the materials to run their shops which included Barber shops, four d…

Houses handed over to tsunami survivors

PTI | 11:09 PM,Sep 23,2010

THE HINDU Sevabharathi Tamilnadu Hand over of 150 permanent houses for the tsunami affected people of muttam and Melamoovarkarai. Photo:B. Velankanni Raj
Nagapattinam,Sep23 (PTI) A total of 150 houses constructed at a cost of Rs 4.40 crore by Seva Bharathi, using funds provided by the Gujarat Government, were handed over to tsunami survivors in Nagapattinam district. The houses have been constructed in two hamlets - Muttam near Nagore and Melamoovarkarai near Sirkazhi. In a function held at Muttam hamlet, Sethumadhavan, South India Organiser, RSS, handed over the keys of the houses to the district administration, in the presence of Pon Radhakrishnan, BJP's Tamil Nadu unit President. The keys were handed over to Sathidevi, Special Tahsildar, tsunami rehabilitation projects. Radhakrishnan recalled the services rendered by the Gujarat Government for tsunami survivors. On the reported rise in swine flu cases in Tamil Nadu, Radhak…

Sewa Bharati Northern India Flood Relief Appeal

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AP Villagers move through floodwaters in Bareily, Uttar Pradesh, on Monday.
PTI Villagers trying to save people from an inundated village after water from Kalagarh Dam was released, in Moradabad on Sunday. India floods leave 2m homeless, destroy crops 
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Local residents stand on a flooded road after heavy monsoon rains at Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh September 20, 2010.
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60 villages in Yamunanagar flooded, Punjab, Haryana hit badly September 09, 2010 Flood ravages Chhattisgarh''s Bastar region; five dead Flood paralyzes North India, Delhi on alert:Thursday, September 9, 2010, 11:12 [IST]Flood red alert in Arunachal Pradesh 88,000 people evacuated in rain-hit Andhra Pradesh25 north Bihar villages flooded
At least 25 north Bihar villages were flooded when waters from the Gandak river breached the makeshift embankment in the early hours of Sund…

Sewa Bharati to rehabilitate Leh flood victims

Source: Organiser
THE relief operation by Sangh swayamsevaks in flood hit areas of Ladakh is still going on. According to Shri Srinivas Murthy, Uttar Kshetra Sewa Pramukh of the RSS, a total of 70 trucks relief material collected from Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, etc. has already been dispatched to Ladakh with the help of the Army and the relief material has been distributed in 49 of the total 52 affected villages. He said the Sangh swayamsevaks during the rescue operations saved the life of 27 people. He further said that a total of 207 dead bodies were recovered and about 225 people are still missing. The whole Ladakh region was divided into four parts for conducting a survey of the damage. Now the Sewa Bharati activists have decided to set up hostel, multi-purpose community centres and also building houses for the victims in all 52 villages, he said. The imposition of Code of Conduct after the announcement of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Council elections have adversily affected …

Sewa Bharathi Jammu kids get home away from guns - IBNLive

Another Noble act of Seva Bharathi - Ambili's Kanyadan

Source: Haindava Keralam

11/09/2010 22:55:03  HK

Sanjeevani Balika Sadanam at Urakom, Thrissur under Sanjeevani Samithi has been doing its silent but effective service to our society by undertaking the responsibility of protecting orphan or less privileged children and providing education and life by showing them that they are not alone in this world.

Being father mother and all for the children in the Balikasadan, it is also Balikasadan’s responsibility to find good life partners for the girls to take care of them in their life.  Ambili and sister Chandrika were brought to Balikasadan 12 years ago as they lost their parents.  Along with 71 other girl inmates, balikasadanam provided her with formal education and she has completed Teachers Training in Computers and she is doing Bachelor of Arts with History Main. Ambili's sister Chandrika is now staying at Mathrusakthi Vidhyarthi Sadanam, Aluva which is also a project of Sevabharathi - staying home for poor and orphan g…

Incessant Rains Cause Flash Floods in Northern India: Sewa bharathi Appeal

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Mail Your Contribution: Donation by personal check, payable to "Sewa International" and mail it to:
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Call it nature fury or just the global warming or even the extraordinary monsoons but the victims are not mere statistics. The numbers seem to be exponential in growth and the graph is still rising. First it was the flash floods in Leh that shook our conciousness and then now the Punjab, Haryana floods followed by Himachal, chattisgarh, Uttar pradesh and it seems it will never stop. News is that the Andhra Pradesh, Bihar and Bengal are the latest in the Victims bracket.

It doesn't stop here the Flood situation is no better in Assam, Arunachal pradesh too.

60 villages in Yamunanagar flooded, Punjab, Haryana hit badly September 09, 2010
Flood ravages Chhattisgarh''s Bastar region; five dead

Flood paralyzes North India, Delhi on alert:Thursday, September 9, 2010, 11:12 [IST] Flood red alert in Arunachal Pradesh 88,000 people evacuated in rain-hit Andhra PradeshDelhi on flood alert, Government says no danger to Games Village

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Two-day Akhil Bharatiya Mahila Sewa Prakalpa meeting in Nagpur

Source: Organiser Ultimate objective of service activities is to strengthen the Hindu society-Bhaiyaji Joshi "THE ultimate objective of all our service activities, started in 1979 in an organised manner all over the country, is to strengthen the Hindu society. The sewa activities have now assumed the form of a big movement and there is hardly any section of the society where the RSS workers have not started any welfare activity. Even then, we have yet to go miles and have to ensure that not a single person of the society remains deprived," said RSS Sarkaryavah of RSS Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi. He was addressing a meeting of women activists involved in service activities all over the country. The meeting was organised by Sewa Vibhag of RSS in Nagpur from August 21 to 22 under the banner of Akhil Bharatiya Mahila Sewa Prakalp. A total of 127 women delegates representing 45 women organisations participated in the two-day meeting.

Pramukh Sanchalika of Rashtra Sevika Samiti…