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Uttarakhand, over 34 thousand pilgrims and tourists have been evacuated till now from different parts of flood affected areas mostly from Rudraprayag, Tehri, Uttarkashi and Pithoragarh districts.Army, ITBP and National Disaster Response Force, NDRF have launched one of the biggest human rescue operations.The Army has mobilized 2,500 additional troops for rescue and relief operations.Still there are more than thirty thousand people still stranded and hill state of Uttarakhand separated from UP has population of 10 Million population with best of ecological environments but the infrastructures and development of the state is in disorderly fashion . Hill state mostly fed on pilgrims and tourists but state authorities is unable to provide best of amenities to the pilgrims, tourist, lack of the skill workers,health services education professional which are essentially needed to inject innovation, motivation to make the state into buzzing tourist destination. Cabinet Sec reviews Uttarakhand operations:
Cabinet Secretary Ajit Kumar Seth held a review meeting on Thursday with top central and Uttarakhand government officials and issued directions to speed up rescue operations in the flood-ravaged state.
The Secretary also instructed BSNL to repair mobilephone towers in the state and restore telephony in the next few days.
A statement issued after the meeting said that coordinated efforts are being made to provide succour to the stranded pilgrims, tourists and locals by multiple agencies like Defence, ITBP, BRO, NDRF and state government departments.
“The government of India is supplementing the efforts of the state government for requirement of food, medicines and fuel, wherever required.
The statement said “39 helicopters from the Air Force and Army airlifted about 2,000 people despite cloudy weather. The airlifting operations will resume by early Friday morning”.
“BSNL has been directed to immediately repair the telephone towers to restore communication in the next 2-3 days.
About 8,000 tonnes of foodgrains are available with the state Government. Arrangements to ensure fuel availability have also been made,” it said.
Rescue operations on: 45 Army, IAF choppers; 10,000 troops deployed in U’khand
Meanwhile stepping up relief and rescue operations in Uttarakhand, the Defence Ministry has deployed more than 45 choppers belonging to the Army and the IAF there along with more than 10,000 troops in the rain-ravaged parts of the hill state.
IAF has deployed 20 Mi-17s and 16 Advanced Light Helicopters in the state where they have evacuated over 1,500 people. Army has also deployed over 8,000 of its troops there along with over 3,000 personnel of the Border Roads Organisation (BRO), Defence Ministry officials said.
Defence Minister A K Antony is monitoring the situation and has directed the armed forces to extend maximum possible support in the operations, they said.
The Ministry said BRO has also been successful in reopening the important road axis from Rishikesh to Joshimath along with several other major roads in the last 48 hours.
The Army has also deployed over 100 Special Forces troops in Kedarnath and Sonprayag area, which is cut-off till now, to link up with people who have been stranded there for last four to five days, they said.
“The Army has so far rescued more than 11,000 people, mainly from Govindghat and Harsil. About 10,000 people are also being provided food and medical assistance,” an Army release said.
The Army has also launched a column of its units in Kumaon region where more than 50-60 people have been stranded on Pindari Glacier and Sunder Dunga Glacier.
“An Army column led by two officers and 77 soldiers reached Kapkot in Bageshwar district this morning. The column is currently moving by foot towards Gumla and is expected to reach both the glaciers and likely to link up with people by June 21,” Army spokesperson Virendra Singh said.
Army jawans also rescued 11 members and 43 porters of a mountain expedition from Arva Tal on Gangotri-Mana axis and have brought them safely to Ghastoli from where they will be relocated to Badrinath after medical aid.
“Communication nodes have been established at Gaucher, Harsil, Joshimath and Rudraprayag to enable people to contact their families. 30 satellite phones have so far been set up and 20 more are likely to be used for benefit of stranded pilgrims,” Singh said.
Both Army and IAF are trying to establish landing grounds for their aircraft in forward regions for evacuating larger number of people from there.
IAF is looking at the possibility of landing its C-130J Special Operations aircraft at Gauchar to quickly deploy more relief material and personnel, and evacuate more people.
“Army is carrying out reconnaissance to examine the feasibility of making a larger helipad at Gagaria on Hemkund Sahib axis so that large number of people can be evacuated using MI-17 helicopters,” Singh said.
Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Iraq (SRSG), Ad Melkert, has said that the preliminary results of the elections will be announced tomorrow morning. Earlier Iraq's the Independent High Electoral Commission was schedule to announce it today.
According to Voice of Iraq news agency, Melkert told this at a joint press conference with Head of the Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) , Faraj al-Haidari in Baghdad today. He added that it is important that all parties accept the results.
The voting for the parliament took place on 7th of this month. The result of this election is seen crucial for stability of Iraq as US forces will completely withdraw from the country by the end of 2011 and they will end their combat operation in August this year.
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Government of India in the Union Budget 2014-2015, announced the revival of Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana(VPBY). Excerpts from Budget speech by Hon'ble Finance Minister are, NDA Government during its last term in office had introduced the Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana(VPBY) as a pension scheme for senior citizens. Under the scheme a total number of 3.16 lakh annuitants are being benefited and corpus amounts to Rs.6,095 Crore. I propose to revive the scheme for a limited period from 15th August 2014 to 14th August 2015 for the benefit of citizens aged 60 years and above
To fulfil the promise made by Finance Minister in his budget speech, the Govt. of India has launched Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana on 14th August, 2014 in association with LIC of India. LIC of India has been given the sole privilege to operate this scheme. Benefits of this scheme are as under : Benefits :Pension Payment : During the lifetime of …
Gange recognises winners of its first ever national online quiz ‘Ganga Quest’ on World
Environment Day -Gajendra
Singh Shekhawat, Union Minister for Jal Shakti emphasised on taking urgent
measures for conservation of water and improve its usage efficiency. -Concession
Agreement signed under ‘once city one operator’ including O & M for 15
years for Howrah, Bally and Baranagar & Kamarhati worth 592 cr -Ganga
Praharis were recognised for their exemplary work during Kumbh Mela, 2019 -Books
released by WII, C-Ganga and WWFNew
Mission for Clean Ganga marked the celebration of World Environment Day on
Wednesday by signing concession agreement for construction and development of
new sewage treatment infrastructure of 165 MLD(million liters per day)
capacity, rehabilitation of Existing Sewage Treatment infrastructure of 22 MLD
capacity and operations and maintenance for 15 years in Howrah, Bally and
Baranagar & Kamarhati in West Bengal worth 592 Cr. The project …