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  1. More than 2.5 million people have been affected with infectious diseases in flood-hit areas, says health department
  2. Victims say neither elected representative of area has reached out to them nor have they received aid from any organisation
  3. Canada's Minister of International Development, Harjit Sajjan said his country is supporting Pakistan for immediate relief and rehabilitation purposes
  4. While the relief and rehabilitation process continues, many areas still have people trapped in water and suffering from dengue and skin diseases
  5. UNFP report states over 73,000 women expected to deliver next month require maternal health services, countless girls at risk of gender-based violence
  6. 15 more die in tragic roof collapse incidents in Sindh's Khairpur and Shikarpur amid never-ending devastation from rain, flooding
  7. Troops open up blocked communication infrastructure such as motorways and highways; M-8 motorway still cut off
  8. Nearly 20 people have died in flooding over the past several days, according to Afghan media
  9. Pakistan Army mobile recovery vehicles deployed at various choke points to shift vehicles stuck in flood
  10. When Kerala was battling with one of the worst floods in history and was in desperate need of financial support, Sushant Singh Rajput was one of the first few celebrities who came forward to lend a helping hand and donated Rs. 1 crore on behalf of his fan. As promised my friend, @subhamranjan66, what you wanted to do has been done. You made me do this, so be extremely proud of yourself. You delivered exactly when it was needed. Lots and lots of love. FLYð¦ Cheers ð¦ðªðââ¤ï¸#MyKerala ð³âï¸ðªâ¤ï¸#KeralaReliefFunds pic.twitter.com/fqrFpmKNhK — Sushant Singh Rajput (@itsSSR) August 21, 2018 With his heartwarming gesture, Sushant proved to be a real life hero who has a heart of gold. When celebrities do something out of goodwill, there are some who will always question their efforts and call it a publicity stunt. But, neither was that for publicity, nor is this kind gesture for flood-ravaged Nagaland. © Instagram Nagaland too is hit by floods and while not many people know about the situation there, Sushant Singh Rajput recently visited the state, met the Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio and donated Rs. 1.25 crore for the relief work. Reportedly, nearly 50,000 people have been affected by the floods and the state government gave an estimate of Rs. 800 crore that will be required to help restore the state. Moved by Sushant's sweet gesture, CM Rio took to Twitter to thank the actor. He wrote, "I am moved at the kind gesture made by @itsSSR and his team towards #NagalandFloods and willingness to help #Nagaland at this crucial hour. Your contribution is encouraging and I hope to see the rest of the nation come forward selflessly, to #DonateForNagaland." I am moved at the kind gesture made by @itsSSR and his team towards #NagalandFloods and willingness to help #Nagaland at this crucial hour. Your contribution is encouraging and I hope to see the rest of the nation come forward selflessly, to #DonateForNagaland pic.twitter.com/8ieoGohd0J — Neiphiu Rio (@Neiphiu_Rio) September 4, 2018 Sushant too posted about his meeting on social media and wrote, "Thank you Sir for your precious time. We,with our full force and determination would work incessantly till the time our #Nagaland is perfectly restored. And this wonderful Gong does make a wonderful sound of friendship. Thanks once again Sir." Thank you Sir for your precious time. We,with our full force and determination would work incessantly till the time our #Nagaland is perfectly restored. And this wonderful Gong does make a wonderful sound of friendship. Thanks once again Sir.@Neiphiu_Rio ððâ#NagalandFloods pic.twitter.com/PBrEl5RYLh — Sushant Singh Rajput (@itsSSR) September 4, 2018 Kudos to Sushant Singh Rajput for standing with Nagaland in this crucial hour. On the work front, Sushant is currently busy with 'Kedarnath' opposite Sara Ali Khan.
  11. As natural disaster wreaks havoc in God's own country, we mustn't forget that along with human beings, the flora and fauna have had a ghastly devastating effect on the environment and a lot of animals have lost their lives while trying to survive the floods. But faith in humanity always gets restored with certain acts of compassion, which do not go unnoticed. A lot of relief work is happening for the animals in Kerala and I am glad that good Samaritans exist everywhere, to bring about the perfect amount of balance that is required. © Humane Society International I am sure you must have heard about the woman who wouldn't leave her house in Thrissur, one of the most severely-affected regions in Kerala due to the floods, which has left around 400 people dead. She didn't want to be rescued unless her 25 dogs were rescued with her and the relief workers found it impossible to rescue her dogs because they didn't have the proper aid to do so. Later when she got in touch with Sally Varma from the Humane Society International (HSI), her dogs saw the light of day, as they were found huddled on a bed, in the corner of her house and were rescued by the organisation. © Twitter © Humane Society International Such stories give us so much hope about goodness that is still left in people and we're more than appreciative of their work. While speaking with some folks at the Humane Society of India, we were informed that a team was deployed to a few parts of Kerala for rescue and relief operations for dogs, cats and cattle, who were stranded or stuck amidst the floods. They have even set up a website wherein people can donate a certain amount towards the rescue operations for the four-legged. © Humane Society International Our team is battling treacherous conditions in #Kerala in a bid to bring #abandoned and #Stranded #animals to safety. Read the story covered by the @Independent here. #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloodRescue #SOSKerala #animalrescue #teamHSIIndia https://t.co/zObB6Z90al — HSI/India (@IndiaHSI) August 19, 2018 A team of 6 HSI India rescuers have been rescuing stranded animals in Nilambur and Tirur, Kerala's worst-affected regions so far. They've been steadily working with the state government and the National Disaster Response Force to locate the rescued dogs, cats and other animals. We continue to be in #flood inflicted #Kerala helping as many #animals as possible. Help us to continue providing essential #rescue , veterinary medicines & #support . Donate to us at https://t.co/w7ydqnN1gf. Read here to know more: https://t.co/3hcUw8zAta #animalrescue pic.twitter.com/BHy2PhO6PV — HSI/India (@IndiaHSI) August 17, 2018 The floods in #Kerala have left many homeless. Near the Eranhimangad #Relief camp, Malappuram district, has seen almost 80% of #animal deaths. Our Disaster Relief Team is working to #RESCUE as many #animals & people as possible. Click here to support us. https://t.co/w7ydqnN1gf pic.twitter.com/67cgVbLkI2 — HSI/India (@IndiaHSI) August 14, 2018 Another organisation 'Friends of Animals' has been working steadily in Kottayam, another vastly-affected region, to rescue as many four-legged as they possibly can. They've even established a shelter for the rescued animals and are taking care of them there. They've managed to rescue about 18 dogs, who were trapped in a region with 10-feet water! The team used rescue boats and rescued all the 18 dogs, before they headed for their next rescue mission. © friends of animals © friends of animals © friends of animals In another instance, a wild elephant was located, stranded at the Athirapilly Falls in Thrissur. He managed to climb to a rocky terrain to keep himself safe but couldn't move from there and he was presumably stuck there for a good 24 hours at least! The senior forest officials then approached the officials of the Peringalkooth dam and they agreed to shut the three sluice gates for two hours so that the elephant could be brought to safety. The elephant wasn't out of his territory and he was actually stuck in the elephant corridor of the forest! But thanks to the amazing presence of mind of the forest officials, the elephant now lives to see another day. (source: Rajiv N Kurup/Facebook) Hats off to the wonderful messiahs for doing such an exceptional job of saving the lives of these helpless animals. In times of grief and need, it's so heart-warming to see so much compassion and empathy being passed around in the tragedy-stricken state. © Humane Society International If you wish to do your part for the animals, there are various ways to reach out to these folks. Donation centres have been established in a few cities and you can always make a donation otherwise, online too. Animals in #Kerala need you! We are collecting materials for animal #rescuers and #rescued #animals in Kerala. Please #donate and #SpreadTheWord . You can also donate through @donatekart https://t.co/Os3NzoGX88 #keralafloods #animalrescue #RescueDogs #KeralaFloodReliefFund pic.twitter.com/Tq8gtZAfpA — HSI/India (@IndiaHSI) August 19, 2018
  12. Not all heroes wear capes, some don the uniform of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and do not think twice before risking their lives to save others. And one such hero was spotted in Kerala, which is currently battling one of the worst flash floods seen in the state's history. Amidst the worsening situation, there's one video that has emerged as a silver lining and proves that nothing can wash away Kerala's fighting spirit. We're talking about the video that has been going viral on social media, where a man can be seen running across a sinking bridge with a child in his arms. He is holding a kid in his hands to save it's life. He took the risk knowingly that one more shutter of Idukki dam has opened and water can swallow the bridge within minutes. His name is Kanhaiya Kumar and he is from Bihar. Kerala salutes the brave soldier. @NitishKumar pic.twitter.com/xGoFWwNErw — SANDEEP. G. VARIER (@sandeepvarier) August 11, 2018 Kanhaiya Kumar, an NDRF team member, saw a man with a child seeking help from the other side of the Cheruthoni Bridge near the Idukki Dam, whose five shutters were opened last week after 26 years. The moment he saw the man, Kumar ran towards the child, picked him up and ran towards safety. The bridge submerged in minutes after they crossed it. The video was captured by News18 Kerala and Malayala Manorama. Valiant effort by NDRF constable Kanhaiya Kumar to rescue a child before the water level reached dangerous levels...a heartening scene from the flood affected Kerala... A BIG salute to all those men and women out there who are trying to bring the affected lives back to normalcy pic.twitter.com/Hz26bpVQYS — santhosh kottayi (@kottayimavoor) August 12, 2018 Kumar told NDTV, "I did not even have time to ask who the man was. I knew they had to cross and they were scared. They were many people on the side I was standing. Politicians, locals, officials, but nothing else mattered to me and I dashed off, carried the kid, and ran back, with the father following me." Kumar, who has been working for six years has been trained in deep-diving from the fourth battalion of NDRF at Arakkonam, Tamil Nadu. In fact, he has been a part of several disaster rescue missions and relief operations across India. Like a proud father, NDRV sub-inspector Mahavir Singh said, "My team and I are very proud of Kanhaiya. It's not just for himself. He has brought appreciation not just for himself, but the entire NDRF." Instances like these and people like Kanhaiya Kumar reinstill our hope in humanity.
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