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Kerala Floods: NDRF deploys 18 teams as death toll rises

DNA Thursday, 16 August 2018
Kerala Floods: NDRF deploys 18 teams as death toll risesAs death toll rising in Kerala, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) pressed its 18 self-contained teams in worst affected districts of states. Further to strengthen the rescue and relief operations, 12 additional teams are being airlifted. Six teams each have been lifted Vododara, Gujarat and Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh and...
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News video: Kerala Floods: Indian Navy delivers relief material to stranded people in Kochi

Kerala Floods: Indian Navy delivers relief material to stranded people in Kochi 01:12

Kochi (Kerala), Aug 18 (ANI): Rescue operations in Kerala’s Kochi are underway due to the ongoing flood situation. As part of the rescue operations, the Indian Navy has delivered relief material. The Defence Ministry has released 1300 life jackets, 571 lifebuoys, 1000 raincoats, 1300 gumboots,...

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