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India, US provide assistance to Nepal flood <strong>victims</strong>

India, US provide assistance to Nepal flood victims

29 Aug 2014

Kathmandu: India and the United States have pledged financial support to the people affected by the recent flood and landslides in Nepal that claimed at least 250 lives.

Indian government,   US government,   Nepal flood,   Nepal landslide,   Embassy of India,   Ranjit Rae,   Nepal PM,   Sushil Koirala,  World Food Program,   Agency for International Development,  
Over 400 human trafficking <strong>victims</strong> rescued in Assam

Over 400 human trafficking victims rescued in Assam

28 Aug 2014

Guwahati: Assam Police has rescued 422 victims of human trafficking, mostly minors, and arrested 281 offenders since 2011, according to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), highlighting the magnitude of this problem in the entire northeastern region.Official records showed that of the total 93 victims of trafficking in 2011, 36 were minors, and of these 36, 28 were girls.

human trafficking,   rescued,   assam,   Assam police,   victims,  
Relief to Pak firing <strong>victims</strong> not enough: Gujjar outfit

Relief to Pak firing victims not enough: Gujjar outfit

27 Aug 2014

Jammu: An outfit representing Gujjars on Wednesday demanded that the compensation provided to the kin of the victims of Pakistan's firing and shelling be made at par with the relief amount given to those affected by militancy.

Pakistan,   firing,   Gujjar,   Pak firing,   LOC,   kin of victim,   compensation,   shelling,  
Government to set up 20 new cancer <strong>treatment</strong> centers: Harsh Vardhan

Government to set up 20 new cancer treatment centers: Harsh Vardhan

27 Aug 2014

Indore: The government will set up 20 new advanced cancer treatment facilities across India over the next few years to meet the rising burden of the disease, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said.

Cancer treatment,   Health Minister,   Harsh Vardhan,   Cancer hospitals,   Cancer medicines ,  
Tony Abbott announces memorial for MH17 <strong>victims</strong>

Tony Abbott announces memorial for MH17 victims

26 Aug 2014

Melbourne: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Tuesday announced to set up a memorial at the Parliament House for the victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which was shot down over eastern Ukraine.

Australian PM,   Tony Abbott,   MH17 victims,   MH17,   memorial,   Malaysian airlines,  
Two days to go for KPL, Robin Uthappa undergoes knee <strong>treatment</strong>

Two days to go for KPL, Robin Uthappa undergoes knee treatment

26 Aug 2014

Bangalore: With just two days to go for the start of Karnataka Premier League, the costliest player of the tournament Robin Uthappa is undergoing rehab for his knee injury.

Karnataka Premier League,   Robin Uthappa,  
Crime <strong>victims</strong> to get compensation within 24hrs from Aug 21: HC

Crime victims to get compensation within 24hrs from Aug 21: HC

13 Aug 2014

New Delhi: From August 21, victims of various crimes, including rape, will get the compensation awarded to them by the legal services authority within 24 hours, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday said and directed the city government to ensure that the mechanism and funds are in place by then.

Crime victims,   compensation,   Delhi High Court,   rape victims,   VCF,   Delhi Victim Compensation Scheme,   victim compensation fund,  
821 passengers being tracked for Ebola, says Health Ministry

821 passengers being tracked for Ebola, says Health Ministry

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A total of 821 passengers are being tracked from the deadly Ebola virus, according to the health ministry. Most of the affected are in the states of Maharashtra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

Passengers,   Ebola,   Ebola virus,   Health Ministry,   anti-malarial treatment,   medical aide,   health care,  
Najeeb Jung commissions first 'One Stop Center’ in Delhi

Najeeb Jung commissions first 'One Stop Center’ in Delhi

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Batting for security in the view of increasing rape cases in the national capital, Delhi government on Thursday commissioned its first 'One Stop Centers' (OSCs) for victims of sexual assault.

Najeeb Jung,   One Stop Center,   OSCs,   Usha Mehra,   Nirbhaya case,   rape cases in Delhi,   security of women,  
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister assures steps to rehabilitate <strong>victims</strong> of ceasefire violations

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister assures steps to rehabilitate victims of ceasefire violations

25 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, on Monday assured that all necessary steps are being taken to rehabilitate the victims of the ceasefire violations along the India-Pakistan border.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Omar Abdullah,   Rehabilitate,   Victims,   Ceasefire Violation,  

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