Showing posts from October 12, 2014

Technology Comes to Aid of Victims of Massive #KashmirFloods: #SewaBharati & Sewa International

Indian army soldiers seen helping Kashmiri residents during flood rescue operations on the outskirts of Srinagar on Sept. 6.Volunteers from the Indian Red Cross Society are also assisting in the rescue operations, and a telemedicine program launched by an Indian American group is helping to provide medical care to the injured
A telemedicine program and Google’s People Finder application are two initiatives in a mass U.S. effort to aid the thousands of victims injured and left homeless by the recent devastating Kashmir floods. More then 200 people died as water levels late Sept. 9 evening reached over 25 feet in parts of the state, including the capital city of Srinagar; thousands of others are still homeless as flood waters begin to recede. “This was a flood of colossal magnitude. Everything is gone. Billions of dollars will not make a dent in getting people’s lives back to order,” Vijay Sazawal, president of the Indo American Kashmiri Forum, told India-West. “When people went to slee…

Seva Bharati hosts massive feast for girls

Ujjain : Seva Bharti organised Kanya Puja with along with ‘Bhoj’ (mass feast) to mark the festival of Navratri here on Sunday. More than 1700 girls were offered worship and eatables during the event organised by Seva Bharti at two different places. Chief guest for the event was SP Anurag and ASP Seema Alawa, social worker Dr Satinder Kaur Saluja and industrialist Ishwar Patel were among the special guests. President of Seva Bharti Laxmi Narayan Agrawal presided over the event. Yogesh Sharma and Shambhu Giri were also present on the occasion. Secretary of Seva Bharti, Rajesh Patidar said the event was organised remembering the ideal lines of the organisation. Girls who attended the feast were also given attractive gifts. Source: