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Richa Chadda Lends Helping Hand To Flood-Hit Kerala

Aug 29, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Actress Richa Chadda helps flood hit Kerala in her unique way by advocating animal rescue operations and she is also paying for the education of five children till they reach Standard 10

Flood-Hit Kerala's Wait For Full Central Aid Package Could Be Long: Home Ministry Official

Aug 26, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The Centre has so far released Rs 600 crore for Kerala, which witnessed its worst flood in a century. The death toll in Kerala floods has touched 293 since August 8 while 15 people are still missing.


Kerala Floods: Even US Receives Foreign Aid, Why Can't India, Asks Lok Sabha MP Kunhalikutty

"Only the friendly countries will come forward to help us. We should give help and we should accept help. There should be a policy like that," said the three-time industries minister of Kerala.

Kerala Floods: Pakistan PM Imran Khan Offers Humanitarian Assistance To India

Aug 23, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Incessant rains have claimed over 230 lives in Kerala since August 8.


Kerala Floods: India 'May' Accept Foreign Donations, Suggests 2016 NDMA Document

The handbook carries messages of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and home minister Rajnath Singh.

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Manmohan, Not Modi, Govt Put In Place Policy Of Refusing Foreign Aid During Natural Disasters

Pranay Sharma

The refusal to accept foreign funds to deal with disaster management and rehabilitation has been a consistent policy of India.


21 August, 2018

Kerala Floods: Centre Unlikely To Accept UAE's Rs 700 Crore Donation, Death Toll Rises To 231

Outlook Web Bureau

They said government has taken a considered decision to rely solely on domestic efforts to tide over the situation.


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