A retired teacher in Kozhikode shares his collection of Children's Day stamps which have been released by Indian postal department till date. Collecting stamps is a hobby for CV. Kunhabdulla, who has a collection of 25,000 stamps. CV. Kunhabdulla claims he has 90% of the stamps that were released by Indian postal department. Along with Indian stamps, he has collection of foreign stamps too. A total of 70 stamps were released by the postal department. Most of the stamps have painting of children while the first two stamps which were launched had former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru as its subject.
Many people who have lost their jobs during coronavirus lockdown have got into roadside pet fish business in Kerala's Kozhikode. Joblessness is one of the major concerns amid COVID-19. They now hope to make their ends meet. Vaishnav, who was involved in laying cables for a telecom company, lost his job amid pandemic. Speaking to ANI, Vaishnav said, "Earlier, I was involved in laying cables for a telecom company. After coronavirus, they didn't have much work for me. I was staying home jobless. Then, I started selling pet fish on roadsides. Now, I can earn something."
A young boy in Kerala's Mallapuram, Muhammad Shibin designed a unique motor cart. Shibin used a 100 cc motorbike engine to develop the four-wheeler. 18-year-old boy developed the cart in his backyard in over 20 days. It cost him Rs 7500.
Artificial Intelligence can offer many solutions in the wake of the COVID‐19 pandemic. Industry leaders and policy makers gathered at Dubai's AI Everything event, to showcase the innovations combating the pandemic ‐ and enhancing the education and medical sectors.
Updating about the situation of Cyclone Nivar, NDRF Director-General, SN Pradhan informed that over one lakh people have been evacuated across Tamil Nadu. "Cyclone Nivar may make landfall around 2 am- 3 am on November 26. Over one lakh people have been evacuated across Tamil Nadu and more than 1,000 people have been evacuated in Puducherry," said SN Pradhan.
A Coast Guard vessel with relief items was deployed off the Chennai coast as India's southeastern states brace for cyclone Nivar. It is expected to make landfall on November 25 night or November 26 morning. The Indian Meteorological Department predicted that Nivar would worsen into a very severe cyclone. It is likely to hit the coast between Karaikal and Mamallapuram. National Disaster Response Force Director General SN Pradhan said that 19 teams have been deployed in Tamil Nadu, 6 in Puducherry, and 7 in Andhra Pradesh. He said that the central agencies and state administrations have agreed to pursue a 'zero casualty approach'. Watch the full video for more.
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National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) Director General SN Pradhan spoke on force's approach to manage effects of severe cyclonic storm 'Nivar' likely to make a landfall in southern states of India in wee hours of November 25. He said that they'll go with "zero casualty approach." "This cyclone Nivar is the first cyclone of this season. Nivar cyclone has built up in last 24-48 hours. Cyclone Nivar is categorised as 'very severe' as per IMD. In any case, we should go for zero casualty approach that should be our focus. So, when we have no loss of life, we should move on property and keep the system running. There are 19 teams of NDRF in Tamil Nadu, 6 in Puducherry and 7 teams in Andhra Pradesh. We have to be proactive, not only before the cyclone but during and after the cyclone too."
A man named Ramshad, his pregnant wife and four-year-old daughter escaped Kozhikode plane crash with minor injuries. Ramshad said, "I feared that aircraft will explode and I was running with my family..
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