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  1. With the death toll on a constant rise, thousands of houses destroyed, lakhs of people left homeless and seeking shelter in relief camps and scores missing; the situation in the wake of the deadly Kerala floods is only turning nightmarish with each passing day. Reuters Amid this crisis, we can't stop ourselves from saluting the Indian Navy, the NDRF and the local police for tirelessly working day and night to rescue the people stuck in deep waters. Thanks to the regular updates by the Indian Navy, we can witness the bravery and the courage with which their personnel are carrying out the rescue missions, and the risks they are taking to ensure people's safety. #OpMadad #KeralaFloods2018 #KeralaFloodRelief Some snapshots of Rescue efforts 1/n pic.twitter.com/TzH0hcag7b — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 16, 2018 A few days ago, we saw how Naval rescue chopper pilot Cdr Vijay Varma and his men rescued a pregnant woman (whose water bag broke) from the rooftop of her house near Aluva. In another daring mission an 80-year-old woman was airlifted from a narrow rooftop. A pregnant lady with water bag leaking has been airlifted and evacuated to Sanjivani. Doctor was lowered to assess the lady. Operation successful #OpMadad #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloods2018 pic.twitter.com/bycGXEBV8q — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 17, 2018 The young lady and her new born son both are doing fine. God Bless them pic.twitter.com/ysrh1DVUx6 — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 17, 2018 While the social media is filled with thank you messages for the Indian Navy, there's one gesture, in particular, that has caught people's attention and it is probably one of the most heartwarming gestures we have seen so far. To express their gratitude to the Indian Navy, someone painted a giant 'Thanks' on the rooftop, from where Cdr Varma rescued two women on August 17. The official Twitter account of Indian Navy posted these pictures. #OpMadad #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloods2018 A Thank You note painted on the roof of a house where the Naval ALH piloted by Cdr Vijay Varma rescued two women. Bravo... pic.twitter.com/xsaD1RfeIk — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 20, 2018 According to some reports, it's the same rooftop from where the pregnant woman was rescued and airlifted to a hospital. Meanwhile, people from across the country are coming together to help the flood victims in every possible way, be it by setting up relief camps, donating money and by providing necessary relief materials like ration, biscuits, medicines, milk, water and other necessary toiletries.
  2. The flood situation in Kerala has gone out of hand and while the death toll continues to rise, the nation is buckling up to help in whatever way possible. While our celebs are coming forward and urging people to help, the real heroes are the people who are actually out there and genuinely helping people in need. A video of an Indian Navy officer airlifting a drowning kid in Kerala has gone viral on social media and the amount of respect the officer is gaining for this heroic deed is unimaginably high. #OpMadad #KeralaFloodRelief #keralafloods Flight Diver Amit rescues a small child from Aluva. Pilot in Command Cdr Vijay Verma @SpokespersonMoD @DefenceMinIndia @DG_PIB pic.twitter.com/UQmf5rYu27 — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 16, 2018 Aluva Rescue effort pic.twitter.com/b3ZbwZ6vcr — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 16, 2018 The rescue effort was carried out by flight diver Amit and Pilot-in-Command Cdr Vijay Verma. While for them it was a part of their duty, for the nation it is a matter of sheer gratitude. Proud of you, Vijay and Amit! May God be with you always! — Usha Nair (@UshaSahana) August 16, 2018 Kudos to our armed forces. Only God knows what would happen had they not been around. — toi_jayantaG (@JayantaGupta15) August 16, 2018 It defines the heroism that is dedicated to nation. https://t.co/kjTvDIolXU — Vashisth Anand (@vashisth2009) August 16, 2018 This is called being a true hero and the nation salutes their spirit!
  3. Rescued schoolboys are moved from a military helicopter to an awaiting ambulance at a military airport in Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 9, 2018. Photo: REUTERSMAE SAI: Thai rescuers brought a ninth boy out from the Tham Luang cave on Tuesday...
  4. An ambulance leaves the Tham Luang cave area after divers evacuated some of the 12 boys and their coach trapped at the cave in Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park in the Mae Sai district of Chiang Rai province on July 8, 2018. Photo: AFPMAE SAI,...
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