Showing posts from June, 2011

Five Families from Kadwad Shifted After Landslide to Seva bharathi built houses

Source: Sohail
Karwar: Following a landslide that caused part of a hillock to collapse at Bolewada near Kadwad, 5 Km from here, five families living beneath the hillock were shifted to a safer place on Monday.

The landslide on Monday took place near a house owned by Sadashiv Mahadev Bongale. However, there was no damage to the house in the incident.

The landslide made people worried in the region as 19 people were killed in a landslide at Zariwada in the same locality on October 2, 2009.

Deputy Commissioner, B N Krishnaiah, visited the spot along with other officials and arranged the shift. He said other families living near the hillock would also be shifted, adding that the hillock, which had been rendered barren with large scale tree-filling and extraction of red clay, has become too fragile. Therefore, it is dangerous to live near it. He also instructed to deploy a home guard personnel at Kadwad as there was possibility of landslide in Kadwad hilly region.

The DC instructe…

RSS Seva Vibhag organises Eye Testing & Surgery camp, 607 villagers benefited

Source: Samvada June 28th, 2011, Seva Vibhag of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Bangalore’s  Banashankari Unit arranged a free eye testing camp on Sunday June 26th at semi rural area of Gottigere. The camp was attended by nearly 607  villagers who are poor and  could not afford entry in to higher hospitals for their check up for their vision related ailments.
RSS Seva Vibhag organised free eye testing camp at Gottigere, Bangalore Apart from eye testing to diagnose the specific cause and health status of eyes, its mineral-nutrient requirements etc, the camp also had Cataract surgery facility. 44 villagers benifited from Cataract surgery. People beyond the age of 55-60 used to get regular cataract problem,  but for these villagers it was a blessing in disguise when they made their visualise the dream of surgery for a free of cost.
For 274 patients with poor vision the spectacles were distributed freely. The camp was organised by Rasht…

Hundreds have to beg for blood

Source: Express news service on IBNLIVETHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Devasya from Malabar came to the city for treatment of cancer at the Regional Cancer Centre. But what happened hence should be an eye-opener to the hundreds of people who refuse or hesitate to donate blood.While any normal person has a platelet count of 1.4 lakh, Devasya’s count went as down to 10,000. The count went on nosediving as he, a stranger to the city, could not find any donor.�With death haunting him at every step, Devasya had to walk all the way from RCC to Statue, literally begging for blood. Finally, it was some good samaritans at a government office near Statue who went with him to donate blood. Thanks to them, Devasya is still alive.�Devasya is just one among the hundreds who have to beg for blood, says the Voluntary Blood Donors Society based in Thampanoor. ‘’Most patients from outside the city have a huge problem obtaining blood. Obviously they cannot bring 5-6 donors from their hometown and their only option …

Seva Bharati dedicates more houses to flood victims, this time at Guledagudda

Source: Samvada Mai Cha Jayadev ji speaks on the occassion
Bagalakot, Karnataka: June -20: Seva Bharati, a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh initiative for social service has dedicated one more bunch of houses to North Karnataka flood victims. In a meaningful programme  on Monday the newly constructed houses has been handed over to the flood victims at Kotnalli village of Guledagudda district of North Karnataka. RSS National Executive Council Member, Senior Pracharak Sri Mai Cha Jayadev ji  formally handed over the houses during the dedication ceremony. Speaking on the occasion Jayadev ji said, “Through various social service schemes and projects, RSS is involved in more than 1.50 lakh Seva activities across the nation. RSS works in all walks of social life, including the rehabilitation of  8 crore Tribal  community of the nation. Seva is a divine term and action. RSS is indulged in a silent social transformation by means of Seva activities in its journey of 85 years. Seva Bharat…



fake Sewa Bharati in Delhi: Sewa bharti Punjabi bagh

The following news Seems Sinifant mentioned and circulated as the recent News report of a certain NGO Sewa Bharti in Delhi involved in a GANG RAPE. So please note that the NGO operating in and around Punjabi Bagh is not related to Sewa Bharathi the national NGO and is a fake one. Though registered and has done some high profile VIP involved programmes, the news reports suggest a discripancy.

See below news Item from Organiser

Source: TOI and The Hindu
Maid gangraped by NGO owners, 1 held Jun 23, 2011, 06.19am IST TNN

NEW DELHI: The city reaffirmed its tag of being the crime capital after a young girl from Jharkhand was gangraped by an NGO owner and his two friends in northwest Delhi. The girl, who had come to the city looking for a job, was allegedly drugged and raped by the trio. The incident came to light on June 20 after the victim lodged a complaint with the police.

One of the rapists, Shiv Ram, 40, has been arrested. But the main accused, Baldev and Bamdev, are still on the run, sa…

Remembered my Tuition Classes: Vinay Justin on Sevabharathi

Source: Vinay justins blog
Today afternoon, as i was turning few pages on a book, i noticed a card which was present. I would not call it as an identity card, however it had a number which recognized that i was a student and authorized me to take tuition classes.

Having indulged in all sorts of fun activities during college days, it was time for me to drawn a line and prepare myself for the exams. In this encounter a good friend of mine introduced me to SEVA BHARATHI. Seva Bharathi was a social service organization which used to conduct tuition classes for students. Since my regular tution master had to take some exams and he could not coach me regularly, i decided to join Seva Bharathi. It was voluntary service that many people involved in the organization were doing. They primarily identified good lecturers from colleges and invited them to take tuition classes, this was to be done as part of the contribution to the society as the lecturers were not paid for taking clas…

Sevabharathi Thrithala dedicated it's Ambulance Service to public

Source: Haindava keralam

Sevabharathi Thrithala (Palakkad) dedicated it's new Ambulance Service to public.

The function was inagurated by Adv. V.T.Balram MLA at Koottanad block Auditorium.He gave the key to Shri A.P. Venugopal, Sadasiva Madhava Seva Trust Chairman.

On behalf of Seva Sammelanam Shri P.Unnikrishnan, RSS Palakkad Vibhag Pracharak gave marga nirdheshans to sevabharathi workers.

Ambulance Helpline No is 9048830003

Sewa Bharati Urban Health centre in Bhopal

Source: UHRC
Symposium on ‘Urban Health and Demography’ in the Conference on
‘Contemporary Issues in Population and Health’
Program Approaches to Improve Health of Urban Poor in Bhopal: Dr B.S Ohri, Chief Health and Medical Officer Bhopal
He then gave an update on various approaches being implemented to improve health service delivery for the urban poor. Coordination committees are working to develop linkages among various stakeholders including health department, urban development department, ICDS, municipal bodies, NGOs, community based organisations (CBOs) and private providers for building up synergy in several activities that improves the quality of services. A mobile gynaecological clinic is operational in partnership with private doctors on contractual basis. They provide regular ANC check-up, Hb and urine test, TT and IFA distribution through 20 camps at 10 locations in a month. Around 20 private nursing homes have been accredited for extending services under Janani Su…

Sewa Bharati: Gram Vikas project seeks public help

June 13th, 2011, 7:11 am Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has been working for the upliftment of the Society with various activities and one such  project is  Gram Vikas.
We wish each Gram (Village) should be free from alcohoic or drug addictions, crimes (if at all, it should be settled at village level), untouchability, lack of primary education, unemployment, dependency, unhygienic condition etc. Here, the Vikas is not the term given for the development,  as generally used for the facility or infrastructure available. Vikas means people participation in the all-round development, such as  social harmony, self sufficient in all aspects – ie  basic education, health facility, employment, panchayats etc.
Few villages had taken up as pilot projects few years ago and are now showing the result. To name a few in Karnataka -
1. Idkidu, near Mangalore
2. Narsipura -
3. Kalladka
4. Konaje
5. Paltadi ….. etc.
Now, we wish to expand this activity to many more villages and following cent…

Sewa bharati : Mass wedding at Lakhimpur

Source: assam times

A mass wedding  ceremony of 52 couples of diferent religion were held today at Siajuli Baba Dham Namghar organized by the Seva Bharti and Marwari Sanmelan Mahila Manch at Lakhimpur on 8th March 2008.

Pix by UB Photos.

‘Satyagraha’ against corruption

Tribune News Service Bathinda, June 4
In support of a ‘satyagraha’ against corruption and black money being led by yoga guru Swami Ramdev from New Delhi, local units of the Patanjali Yog Samiti and the Bharat Swabhiman Trust along with several social, religious and other organisations of the city started a similar agitation near the Fire Brigade Station on the Mall Road here today.
The ‘satyagraha’ here was also attended by members of NGOs and other organisations, including the Bathinda Vikas Manch, the Sewa Bharti, the Vishav Hindu Parishad, the Yog Sewa Samiti, the Beopar Mandal, the Inner Wheel Club, the Parivar Welfare Society and the All India Anti-corruption Association, Punjab.
Some persons also observed fast while participating in the agitation for eradicating corruption from the country and bringing back black money from the foreign banks to India.
President of the local unit of the Patanjali Yog Samiti Ravinder Kumar thanked the lead…

Miracle of SHGs in Tamil nadu: Sewa Bharati re-establishes Shanthi, Kalarani, Anitha

Source: Manual      
Courtesy: newsbharati Date: 5/22/2011  3:28:35 AM
In the suburbs of Nagerkovil town there is a small village called Sarakkalvilai, wherein one Shanthi aged 23 years who is a widow having a three-year-old female child happens to be the daughter of a member by name Bhathirakali belonging to Buvaneswari SHG.
The SHG members took into consideration the future of Shanthi in one of their weekly meetings and decided to arrange for her remarriage. Everything was planned and executed in a fantastic way. Shanthi entered a new life with an understanding partner Somalingaom. The SHGs funded and organised the marriage function. The people of the village were astonished by this activity of the SHG and extended all their support. During the visit of the Sewa Bharati office-bearer the mother of Shanthi, Smt Bathirakali, was in tears while describing the incident.
In a village called Aramannam near Kulasekaram the incident was even more appalling. One widow lived in Araman…