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Tigeress resting on a wall in UP’s Pilibhit creates a frenzy, draws massive crowds to catch a glimpse of the big cat

Massive crowds gathered to watch a tigress lazying off on a wall in Pilibhit. The big cat was later rescued by forest officials.

Tamil Nadu floods: 35 deaths reported, focus now on restoring basic services, says chief secretary

Heavy rain wreaked havoc in Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli, Tenkasi, and Kanyakumari during the past few days. The state government and the Centre have jointly mobilised a massive rescue and relief operation to help the affected people.

Uttarakhand: Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami saves a tourist who met with car accident in Nainital, shares video on Instagram

Mohammed Shami was touring Nainital with his friends when he saw this accident and helped the distressed person.

Sikkim flash floods: 14 people dead, 102 missing as cloud burst in glacial lake washes away dam, bridges and roads

The State government has set up 18 relief camps in Singtam, Rangpo, Dikchu and Adarsh Gaon which have faced most of the damages. However, due to a lack of connectivity with Chungthang, the relief camps there are being set up by the Indian Army and other paramilitaries.

Chinese embassy thanks Indian Coast Guard for carrying out urgent medical evacuation for their citizen in the Arabian Sea

“Our heartful appreciation to @IndiaCoastGuard for the timely and professional medical evacuation of a Chinese citizen in the Arabian Sea off Mumbai,” tweeted the Chinese Embassy in India.

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.

NDRF Jawan Venktesan NK, who was onboard Coromandel Express was among the first to alert his team: What he said about the horrific accident

NDRF Jawan Venktesan NK, who was onboard the Coromandel Express which derailed in Odisha, was among the first to alert his force about that tragic accident

Hundreds of Hindu activists helped in Balasore rescue ops, RSS, ABVP among first to reach spot, Bajrang Dal help survivors, donate blood too: Details

RSS, ABVP and Bajrang Dal activists helped in rescue operation after train accident at Balasore, Odisha, donate blood in hundreds

British man, abandoned by UK, shot in war-torn Sudan, his disabled wife starves to death

Britain sent its Army and Royal Air Force to evacuate diplomats staying at their embassy in Khartoum. But, the family of Abdalla Sholgami was not rescued.

Meet Santosh Jain: A financial exec working in Sudan who provided diesel for Indian Embassy’s vehicles during Operation Kaveri

During Operation Kaveri, Santosh Jain provided diesel for Indian Embassy vehicles and helped in rescuing 162 families.

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