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India sends special charter flight with relief supplies as part of $1 million aid to Papua New Guinea hit by volcanic eruption

India sends special charter flight for Papua New Guinea with relief supplies as part of USD 1 million aid

Chungthang dam washed away in Sikkim: What caused the disaster and how the government plans to minimise such risks in future

As per NDMA, excess rainfall and a GLOF event at South Lhonak Lake caused the lake to overflow, destroying Chungthang dam in Sikkim

Libya floods: Death toll in Derna reaches 11,300, over 10,000 people still missing

The death toll in Derna, a coastal city in Libya, has risen to 11,300 as search efforts continue in the wake of a catastrophic flood

Hawaii: Massive wildfires in Maui kill 55 so far and many still missing, entire towns burnt, restoration to cost billions. Here’s what to know

Strong winds from a far-off hurricane Dora fuelled the fires in the city of Lahaina, primary tourist attraction in Maui in Hawaii, resulting in the fatalities

Gujarat emerges victorious against Cyclone Biparjoy, timely planning and swift action lead to minimal damage

Natural disasters cannot be prevented, but they can be dealt with firmly by planning against them. The Government of Gujarat did not make any shortcomings in the advance planning to fight this cyclone.

Amit Shah directs Home Ministry and NDMA to develop comprehensive software on disaster management by March 2024

Amit Shah directs MHA, NDMA to develop comprehensive software by March 2024 carrying scientific data on disaster

Cyclone Freddy hits Southeast Africa, leaves over 300 dead in Malawi

Malawi's Department of Disaster Management Affairs said the cyclone had killed as many as 326 people. The devastation in the wake of the tropical storm left survivors trapped and fighting for survival.

14 people including 7 soldiers dead, several still trapped in the landslide in the Noney district of Manipur, rescue operations going on

Fourteen people including seven soldiers were killed in this landslide. Many others are feared to be buried under the debris.

OTV announces 20 lakh compensation for family of journalist Arindam Das, IIMC Alumni Association raising funds too

The Indian Institute of Mass Communication Alumni Association has also started a fund raising campaign to help Das' family.

Odisha: OTV journalist dies in tragic boat mishap in Mahanadi during elephant rescue operation

Arindam Das along with cameraman Prabhat Sinha had boarded a boat and followed the ORDAF team to cover the rescue mission.

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