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Friday, September 19, 2014

Bombay stock exchange[BSEI] in association with Eduheal Foundation[EHF] is on a look out for the brightest of financial minds from the Indian schools.

Bombay stock exchange[BSEI] in association with Eduheal Foundation[EHF] is on a look out for the brightest of financial minds from the Indian schools.

Now into its 3rd year,classes 9 to 12 students from all streams can participate.The registration form ,sample paper and other details are available at:        

Prizes worth 50 lakhs will be awarded to participating students,teachers and principals for promoting financial literacy. The details are given at http://www.eduhealfoundation.org/awards.aspx .

The last date to register is 1st November 2014.  

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Sponsor feeding of Stray Dogs

In Memorium: A woman of Substance -Irena Sendler

THE LADY PLUMBER

Criteria is used to select people for the peace prize.
Read the story below and we then understand how
pathetic and superficial our world has become.
Remember this lady?
WHAT A WOMAN
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Irena Sendler
Died: May 12, 2008 (aged 98)
Warsaw , Poland
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During WWII, Irena, got permission to work in the Warsaw ghetto,
as a Plumbing/Sewer specialist. She had an ulterior motive.
Irena smuggled Jewish infants out in the bottom of the tool box she carried.
She also carried a burlap sack in the back of her truck, for larger kids.
Irena kept a dog in the back that she trained to bark
when the Nazi soldiers let her in and out of the ghetto.
The soldiers, of course, wanted nothing to do with the dog
and the barking covered the children and infants' noises.
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During her time of doing this, she managed to
smuggle out and save 2500 children and infants.
Ultimately, she was caught, however, and the Nazis
broke both of her legs and arms and beat her severely.
Irena kept a record of the names of all the kids she had smuggled
out
in a glass jar that she buried under a tree in her back yard.
After the war, she tried to locate any parents that
 
may have survived
and tried to reunite the family.
 
Most had been gassed.
Those kids she helped got placed into foster family homes or adopted.
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In 2007 Irena was up for the Nobel Peace Prize.
She was not selected.
Al Gore won, for a slide show on Global Warming.
Later another politician, Barack Obama, won
for SIMPLY BEING THE FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT
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It is now more than 65 years since the Second World War in Europe ended.
This e-mail is being sent as a memorial chain, In memory of the
6 million Jews, 20 million Russians, 10 million Christians
and 1,900 Catholic priests who were murdered, massacred.

Now, more than ever, with Iran, and others, claiming the Holocaust to be 'a myth', it's imperative to make sure the world never forgets,  because there are others who would like to do it again.
This e-mail is intended to reach 40 million people worldwide!
Join us and be a link in the memorial chain and help us distribute it around the world.

Wildlife Researchers write An open letter to the Prime Minister


Fri Sep 12, 2014 3:55 am (PDT) . Posted by:

"karmayog - tanya"

http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/NRQxJ9fd8toww0TZdQChLN/An-open-letter-to-the-Prime-Minister.html

First Published: Fri, Sep 12 2014. 12 47 AM IST

An open letter to the Prime Minister

As a group of professionals in ecology and conservation, we are writing this open letter to express our concern regarding the recent reconstitution of the National Board for Wildlife

Researchers for Wildlife Conservation

Dear Mr Prime Minister,

As a group of professionals in ecology and conservation, we are writing this open letter to express our concern regarding the recent reconstitution of the National Board for Wildlife (NBWL).

This reconstitution was much needed and was due from September 2013, but the notification S.O. 1886(E) dated 22nd July 2014 has curtailed the strength of NBWL.

Instead of the mandatory 47-member panel, the board only has 11 members (excluding yourself and the Minister in-charge of Forests and Wild Life), a move in clear contravention of the provisions of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 (WPA; amended 2002). This unconstitutional move has been brought to your notice by a number of conservationists and ecologists (for example, here and here).

On 25th August 2014, the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India stayed decisions taken by the NBWL on grounds of inappropriate composition of this body which renders its assessments moot. Recent reports suggest that you intend to reconstitute the NBWL. In this letter, we provide reason and context for such a move, emphasizing that although the current system of delayed clearances needs to be fast-tracked, no lasting development can be achieved by putting our national heritage at risk.

The spirit of the NBWL The Indian Constitution states that it shall be the fundamental duty of every citizen to protect and improve the natural environment, and mandates that the state shall endeavour to safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country. The NBWL plays an important role in executing this mandate, being a statutory body that assesses the environmental impact of projects located within, and in the immediate neighbourhood of Protected Areas (PAs). Although these lands dedicated towards wildlife conservation comprise a mere 4% of the geographic area of our country, they contribute immensely through the watershed and ecosystem services that are critical for ecological security in many regions of India.

The NBWL is envisioned to facilitate a balance between development of our nation and conservation of natural resources, ensuring adherence to legal provisions for wildlife conservation in our country. Its role is critical to maintain the integrity of PAs and the persistence of wildlife species in the face of immense pressure from multiple stressors, including the infrastructural and developmental needs of a burgeoning economy.

Bypassing legal requirements

In recognition of the importance of making informed and transparent decisions, Section 5(A) of the WPA mandates inclusion of five representatives of NGOs and 10 independent scientists in the NBWL. Yet the current NBWL, as constituted by the Central government, has only two conservation experts.

The sole representative of NGOs, the Gujarat Ecological Education and Research Foundation (GEER), was established in 1982 by the Gujarat government and is chaired by the Gujarat chief minister. As such, the ability of this organisation to fulfil a role that is intended to be independent of the government is questionable.

Nor does the current NBWL have representation from 10 states and union territories, by rotation, as needed by the law. It may be argued that this may not be NBWL itself but just its standing committee, but we would like to bring to your notice that the standing committee performs only those duties that may be delegated by the NBLW. It cannot be substituted for the same.

We hope, in national interest, you will judiciously appoint a new NBWL with the full mandated representation of independent experts and non-governmental bodies. Diverse expertise for complex conservation problems There is a good reason for inclusion of as many as 10 independent qualified and reputed experts in ecology and conservation in the NBWL.

The interdisciplinary nature of conservation is increasingly recognized. Scientists from different backgrounds can bring to the table a healthy spirit of debate, constructive criticism, and much needed diversity of experience and expertise. The diversity encompasses not just the plethora of ecosystems and the rich variety of species present in our country, but also differing conservation paradigms, local governance contexts, and viewpoints of multiple stakeholders from a pan-Indian perspective.

A reduced Board, no matter how experienced or talented, is unlikely to encompass the gamut of this diversity. For instance, the current board has no representation of scientists or conservationists with expertise in fragile freshwater or grassland ecosystems. Such considerations are critical, given the immediate threats faced by wildlife in these ecosystems as a consequence of the proposed interlinking of rivers or diversion of non-forest lands for commerce. When such expertise is available in our country, with multiple Indian scientists and organisations of international repute, it is a travesty of environmental justice that these experts are not consulted on environmental and conservation policy or decision-making.

More than lip service to transparency

A democracy runs on governments responding appropriately to concerns posed by its constituents. The Indian Press, numerous civil society organizations, and citizens have voiced their dissent and criticism of the current NBWL. The government has responded with silence, an arrogance reminiscent of UPA-II. Disregarding objections of the civil society, Mr Javadekar convened two meetings of the new NBWL.

The Board reportedly cleared nearly 133 development projects in and around PAs in a marathon assessment of 160 projects during these two meetings, rejecting but a single project! Despite promises of transparency in the process of clearing projects, the ministry is yet to make public the details of these approved projects. India voted your government with great hope and desire not just for development, but also to improve governance, transparency, and inclusion of diverse voices.

You have been lauded for your good governance; this move on the part of your government is hardly an example of the same. On the other hand, it lends credence to some of your critics, worried about upholding corporate interests without paying heed to long-term sustainability, and lack of concern for dissenting voices. We appreciated your government's acknowledgement of the looming issue of climate change and listened with hope to Mr Javadekar's public pronouncements of "environmental balance" and "sustainability".

These promises need to be supported by action, and so far there is apparent discordance. We hope that when you reconstitute the NBWL, you will prove your dedication towards inclusive progress and sustainable growth of our nation. Zero effect progress On Independence Day, you brought to light 10 aspects of governance and progress you deem important. One of these was a "zero defect and zero effect" industry.

We appeal to you to make good your word and enable India to set the global standard for sustainability. We propose the following first steps, with specific regard to the NBWL, to initiate this process.

1. Re-constitute the NBWL in tune with the mandatory provisions of the Wildlife Protection Act, such that it comprises a diverse and appropriate group of independent scientific experts and civil society representatives, who have demonstrated expertise in the field.

2. Make the agendas, minutes of the meetings, project appraisals, and decisions of the NBWL public, and make amenable responses to these decisions by concerned citizens, furthering the transparency of environmental decision-making.

3. Enhance the capacity of the NBWL by making it mandatory for the government to state specific and justifiable reasons for vetoing decisions made by this advisory Board.

As scientists, educators, and administrators working in partnership with various state forest departments across India, we have witnessed the damaging and irreversible consequences of unplanned and unsustainable development.

As citizens of modern India, we call for a more current view of development and progress to be incorporated into governmental development planning, such that it encompasses environmental health, ecological justice, and sustainable futures.

As participants of a movement to stop corruption, we ask that you bring your mantra of good governance to the sphere of environmental conservation. In doing so, we believe that India can set the highest standard of ecologically sustainable and environmentally friendly progress.

As a collective of citizens keen on seeing India take a sustainable path towards progress, we write appealing to you to extend your reputation of efficiency and effectiveness to the field of wildlife and environmental conservation.

Researchers for Wildlife Conservation

Researchers for Wildlife Conservation is a collective of ecologists and conservationists working on diverse aspects of wildlife conservation throughout India.

Honey can also be a cure for cancer..

Doctors Are Shocked – Man Diagnosed With Cancer Was Completely Cured With This Amazing Natural Remedy

- See more at: http://www.healthyfoodhouse.com/doctors-are-shocked-man-diagnosed-with-cancer-was-completely-cured-with-this-amazing-natural-remedy/#sthash.0ZULSVWU.dpuf

There is no cure for cancer, that’s what medics say – and once you are diagnosed, you should say goodbye to your happy and healthy life? We do no think so. Chemotherapy was supposed to be your only friend, a ‘friend’ that will bring you to an endless agony, and whoever survives shall share the experience.
It is still a mystery why more and more people around the world trust nature and its gifts. Conventional medicine will never approve these natural remedies, because nature can not bring any profit.
People share amazing stories explaining how they cured cancer. Some use carrots, others hemp, turmeric, baking soda, and today we heard the story of a man who cured his cancer with honey.
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13 years ago, Ante Kresich was diagnosed with one of the most dangerous cancer types – lung cancer, and at the same time Croatian doctors told him that he did not have enough time left.
But, Kresich was completely cured, using honey and some healing herbs, and he has loads of documentation proving his success.
- I left the hospital in April, and in the summer I was already a completely different man. When I went to consult my doctors they could not believe that I was still alive, and also they could believed the results of the examinations that followed – explains Kresich.
The doctors advised him to continue with the therapy. Thanks to honey and his herbs, the lung cancer has completely disappeared, and the results showed no traces of the disease.
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Today, healthy and full of energy, Ante has a new hobby – honey bees are his new darlings. People from all around the world come to ask for an advice, and he opens his heart to everyone who is eager to live and enjoy a healthy life.
- People with similar destiny come to me and I keep telling my story over and over again, the agony I had to go through and the cure that helped me. My recipes help them, giving them hope – says Kresich, and he considers that from now on it is his obligation to help others.
Honey is considered to have healing properties since ancient times. In folk medicine this bee product has been used for hundreds of years. Thanks to its healing properties, it is considered to be the food of gods, and one of the most powerful natural cures for many diseases and disorders.
The article continue on page 2…

In Tutankhamun’s tomb people found honey that was probably more than 3 000 years old. During the wars, Romans and Greeks used honey to strengthen the organism, and also to heal the wounds.
Honey was also used in religious cults, embalming rituals, and for a long time it was a privilege of the elite only, because it was quite expensive.
Bees produce this golden and thick liquid in different color, flavor, aroma and content, by converting the sweet flower’s nectar. Kresich and many other people witness that when combined with some spices such as pine, ginger and other plants, honey can cure cancer, even though conventional medicine does not approve this method.
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A woman from Bosnia sent her honey and ginger recipe, hoping that it would help others cure cancer.
She was diagnosed with endocrine cancer and she spent 20 days in intensive care. Nobody believed that she would stay alive. However, she started using a ginger and honey remedy, and in just few days she came back to life.
She succeeded to cure herself without any chemotherapy, and as she says now, she is healthier than ever, because cancer has completely disappeared.
This is the recipe she used:
You need a few larger ginger roots. Grind ginger finely and mix it with 1/2 kg honey. Do not forget that the honey has to be organic and clean, be sure to buy it from a trusted producer.
Keep the remedy in jars, and consume a tablespoon 3-4 times a day. It is also important to avoid any contact with metal items, so try to use a wooden or plastic spoon.
You should see the first results in just 4 days.
It is also important to stay positive, regardless of what your doctor says. Depression is something you do not need, you MUST win this battle with every help you can get.
Now you have honey on your side, and as you can see, it can cure even the most dangerous cancer types – even if you are told that you do not have much time left.
- See more at: http://www.healthyfoodhouse.com/doctors-are-shocked-man-diagnosed-with-cancer-was-completely-cured-with-this-amazing-natural-remedy/2/#sthash.3gnvp2P3.dpuf
- See more at: http://www.healthyfoodhouse.com/doctors-are-shocked-man-diagnosed-with-cancer-was-completely-cured-with-this-amazing-natural-remedy/#sthash.dgCzPXrG.dpuf

 See more at: http://www.healthyfoodhouse.com/doctors-are-shocked-man-diagnosed-with-cancer-was-completely-cured-with-this-amazing-natural-remedy/#sthash.0ZULSVWU.dpuf

Monday, September 15, 2014

Aasra - IIT Bombay Mood Indigo 'Bring Back That Smile' Initiative

#WorldSuicidePreventionWeek Series - AASRA-IIT Bombay Mood Indigo 2015 - ;Bring Back That Smile' An initiative to help mobilise students in the fight against rising number of 'DEPRESSION' cases among all age groups
AASRA-IIT Bombay Mood Indigo 2015 - ;Bring Back That Smile' An initiative to help mobilise students in the fight against rising number of 'DEPRESSION' cases among all age groups
















































https://moodi.org/socialcause/

  Aims to bring moments of happiness into the lives of
under-privileged and orphan children to help erase traumas
of their past and imbibe
key qualities like leadership,teamwork

Aims to inject fresh enthusiasm into the lives of people
in old-age homes by conducting activities which facilitate
interaction between the youth and the residents.

Aims to empower women who face domestic abuse as it is one
of the largest causes of chronic depression.




AASRA


Navi Mumbai

Mission

  • We aim to help prevent and manage mental illness by providing voluntary, professional and essentially confidential care and support to the depressed & the suicidal.

Award

  • Maharashtra Ratna Gaurav Puraskar

Friday, September 12, 2014

#WorldSuicidePrventionWeek Initiative to #EndSuicide

#WorldSuicidePrventionWeek Initiative to #EndSuicide

Campaign #1

#Take5ToSAVELives

Taking a leaf out of the #WSPD campaign by AFSP, AASRA conducts a mirror campaign of it's own on Social networking sites.


Reach Out. #take5 #preventsuicide #WSPW

If you are concerned about your thoughts or feelings, talk to 


friend or family member. Know that you are not alone. 

Find 

help, every life is worth saving!

For help now call 91-22-27546669 TALK


The Take 5 to Save Lives Campaign encourages everyone to 


join the suicide prevention movement by taking 5 minutes 

everyday to learn about suicide prevention and share with 

others. If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide,

there is help available. Call AASRA 912227546669

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

India tops Suicidal deaths , int he World- WHO

India Is Now The Suicide Capital Of The World, Says WHO


BANGALORE: Suicide considered as a mysterious act, is often committed by those people who are mentally and emotionally disturbed. It is a social and very serious issue in India today.

As per the decade-long study by the World Health Organization, India accounted for the highest estimated number of suicides in the world in 2012. According this report, published recently, finds that one person commits suicide every 40 seconds globally. Out of which, one of every three suicides takes place in India.

As such, India is now anointed as world's suicide capital. It also has the highest rate of suicides among youth at those aged 15 to 29 years.

The report further revealed that, 258,075 people committed suicide in India in 2012, with 99,977 women and 158,098 men taking their own lives. India's suicide rate was 21.1 per 100,000 people.

Dr. Shekhar Saxena, Director of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse at WHO said, "This report, the first WHO publication of its kind, presents a comprehensive overview of suicide, suicide attempts and successful suicide prevention efforts worldwide. We know what works. Now is the time to act," reports PTI.

Pesticide poisoning, hanging and firearms are among the most common methods of suicide globally. Suicide by intentional pesticide ingestion is of particular concern in rural agricultural areas in the South-East Asia Region, the report said.

#SuicidePreventionDay2013/week series 'Conquering Depression the Holistic way' AASRA-HELP talk link

#SuicidePreventionDay2013/week series 'Conquering Depression the Holistic way' AASRA-HELP talk link #IASP #AFSP #BefriendersWorldwide #BefriendersIndia #Infotes #SuicideShatters #WHO #Samaritans


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aF-G9Xj67h0






Depression And How We Combat It For Suicide Prevention By Mr Johnson Thomas
This video is a talk by Mr Johnson Thomas HELP on 6th September 2014. Topic "Depression And How We Combat It For Suicide Prevention". This is part of the HELP Talk series at HELP,Health Education Library for People, the worlds largest free patient education library www.healthlibrary.com. Speaker's Info-http://www.healthlibrary.com/helptalk2561.htm

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Goan Connection Wins India's Highest Journalism Honour

Goan Connection Wins India's Highest Journalism Honour

Started after selling an apartment because no one would fund it, India's first comprehensive rural newspaper Goan Connection has won India's highest journalism honour, the Ramnath Goenka Award, as it ends its pilot phase and prepares for scaleup to 1.4 million readers next month.

      The award was presented to Goan Connection journalists Neelesh Misra and Manish Mishra by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. Goan Connection won the award in the 'Uncovering India Invisible" category, for which the newspaper competed with papers in not just Hindi but English and other languages.

Neelesh Misra, who founded Goan Connection www.gaonconnection.com) in December 2012, is India's most famous storyteller. His national radio storytelling show Yaadon Ka Idiot Box with Neelesh Misra on 92.7 Big FM reaches 45 cities, 1,200 towns and 50,000 villages. He is also an acclaimed Bollywood scriptwriter-lyricist, author and journalist. Neelesh Misra won the Ramnath Goenka award in the same category for the Hindustan Times earlier, for a series reported from insurgency areas. Manish Mishra is an associate editor with Goan Connection. He has reported widely on rural issues.

      The newspaper is now working to achieve its next big milestone-to become a daily.
       In its first year of existence, Goan Connection Editor-in-Chief Dr. S.B. Misra also won the UNFPA-backed Ladli Award for writing on gender issues, in the "Best Editorial" category.  Dr. Misra, an author and retired geologist, also won the same award for North India in the Best Editorial category.
The Goan Connection newspaper is a 12-page, all-colour, broadsheet weekly. In its pilot phase, Goan Connection reached out to 40 districts across UP, six districts in western Bihar, and Ranchi district in Jharkhand, with 15,000 copies. The newspaper will now assume planned levels by scaling up to 100,000 copies - reaching out to 1.4 million readers every week with at least 14 readers reading every copy of the weekly. Goan Connection seeks to fill a huge vacuum in the Indian media space - there is no prominent voice for rural India, which makes up more than 68 percent of the country's population, in the mainstream media. According to a five-year study of mainstream Indian newspapers by the think tank CSDS, mainstream papers devote only two per cent of space to rural India. Goan Connection is bridging this gap.
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    "The Ramnath Goenka Award is a huge boost of strength for us at Goan Connection, and it validates the fact that good, honest content done with conviction always finds its rightful place," said Neelesh Misra, founder of Goan Connection. "We aim to, with all humility, continue our work to do good old-fashioned honest journalism."
    The biggest battle has been the distribution of the paper to remote, media-dark areas where newspapers either do not reach at all, or reach sparingly in miniscule numbers when someone goes to the rural hubs where the markets are located. "I think the one operational achievement that we are really proud of over the past 20 months has been that we have created new distribution verticals deep into rural areas," said Yamini Tripathi, head of operations at Goan Connection. "We have been using innovative ways - whether it is partnerships with local self-help groups, farmer clubs, schools and colleges even as we create new distribution verticals or offer the opportunity to our own journalists to do reporting."

    Additionally, as it works with major brands, Goan Connection has also created something unique for the Indian media space - customized distribution plans in keeping with the priorities of the respective brands. Several brands have listed their priority areas - down to village lists - where the newspaper is being delivered.


     Goan Connection content includes rural reportage ("Goan Chaupal"), agriculture issues and innovation in agriculture issues ("Kheti Kisaani"), a page dedicated to women ("Nari Diary"), skills and aspirations ("Hunar"), top notch editorial page content by leading experts, iveting stories of the transformation of rural India ("Badalta India"), useful information from beauty tips to the use of mobile phones and the internet to health guidance ("Baat Pate Ki").

      "We are really, really proud of our small but extremely dedicated team that has done the undoable. Their level of passion and dedication inspires us every single day," said Neelesh Misra.


WorldSuicidePrventionDay activities by #AASRASuicidePrevention NGO Helpline(24x7)912227546669forDepressed&Suicidal

WorldSuicidePrventionDay activities by #AASRASuicidePrevention NGO Helpline(24x7)912227546669forDepressed&Suicidal


pre-event Awareness drive at "UMANG'  NM college fest bet Aug 14-17 pics available on our facebook page  aasrasuicideprevention@facebook

pre-event Talk on 'Conquering Depression' by Johnson Thomas  at HELP library ,Tardeo on 6th Sept 3.30 pm

E-initiative and social media campaign  throughout the suicide prevention week with positive motivational messages highlighting that help is available

Cycle rally  10 am Thakurli station east side. Distribution of handouts
Awareness drive (relay) with enlisted volunteers cycling throughout the city/country (no fixed location)   the entire day 

Podcast

Lighting of candle in individual homes and establishments between 8 pm and 9 pm

Launch of AASRA-IIT Kharagpur tie-up for college fest kshitij 2015- social campaign for suicide awareness



#WSPD2014 #AFSP #IASP #WHO #BefriendersWorldwid #BefriendersIndia #Lifeline #INFOTES #AasraSuicidePreventionHelpline912227546669(24x7)










Monday, September 8, 2014

#KashmirFloodRelief - Donate and Volunteer to Save lives

Kashmir Flood relief : Essential Supplies Needed
http://jkfloodrelief.org/?page_id=15

ESSENTIALS NEEDED Blankets and woolens
Buckets and mugs
raincoat/umbrella
Torch/batteries, candles and matchboxes
Backpack to hold personal items
plates, glasses, eating spoons
Ladies salwar kameez with dupatta
Men’s pants and shirts
Children’s clothes
Undergarments (new) for men, women and children
Comb, toothbrush, toothpaste
Tents, blankets and tarpaulins
Rafts to help rescue victims


Kashmir Flood relief: MEDICINES NEEDED Antacids Digene, digene syrup, gelusil
Anti-Diarrahael Norlfox,
Norflox-TZ, Metron 400g, Lopamide Anti-Allergic Cetrizine, Allegra
Vomiting Domistal,Ranitidine Cough Syrup Benedryl, Zedex Antibiotic for
Cold n Cough Ciplox, Cifran, Augmentin Fever Crocin, combiflam, calpol
Malaria Chloroquine tabs and injection Allergy/Asthma Asthalin,
Deriphyllin Pain
Killers Dispirin, Brufen, Combiflam Children’s pain killer Ibugesic
Antiobiotic
ointment Betadine Skin Irritation Lactacalamine, itch guard
Disinfectants Dettol,
savlon, hand sanitizers First aid bandages, band aid, betadine, scissors,
hydrogen peroxide Water purification tablets

Kashmir Flood Relief : Collection Points Goonj

*Mumbai*

1st floor, M/s Mukund Synthetic Industries, R. R. Industrial Estate, W.E.
Highway Road, Kashimira, Mira Road (E), Thane, Maharashtra- 401104
Email: susaana@goonj.org

Santacruz (W): Gypsy Rose, 10/11, Arun Bazaar, 2nd Hasnabad Lane, Santacruz
(W), Mumbai – 400 054.
Tel.- 022-2649 2649/ 2649 4530
Contact- Mr. Khalil Malik Timing – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

ANDHERI (E): Exotica Exports, 5-C / 90, Mittal Estate, Sir M V Road, (Near
Leela Hotel), Andheri (E), Mumbai- 400059.
Tel.- 022-2850 0646 Contact- Receptionist (On Weekdays only)

*New Delhi*

SARITA VIHAR: J-93, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi-76
Tel.- 41401216 / 26972351

VASANT KUNJ: Tender Feet Nursery School, C-8, Vasant kunj, New Delhi Tel.-
26899793, 26136849
Cont.- Mrs. Srinivasan
(Note: Please call and drop material only between 1.00- 5.00 p.m.,
Monday-Friday.)

VASANT VIHAR: C-6/6, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi
Tel.- 011 – 41611244 & 9810032527 Cont.-
Mrs. Mridula Murgai

GK-2: G-36, Masjid Moth, Greater Kailash Part 2, New Delhi-110048
Tel:9818464420
Cont: Ms. Anubha Bellani (Note: This centre is on the 2nd floor, so please
pack material in small packages and bring your manpower to lift the
material.)

9-B/3 NPL Colony, New Rajinder Nagar New Delhi 110060

B - 100 rama park, near uttam nagar, metro pillar number 764, New Delhi -
110059

The unprecedented floods in kashmir have created havoc and devastation for thousands of people. Do help and support the rehabilitation efforts of these wonderful NGOshttps://www.facebook.com/goonj.org/photos/a.151745601264.147416.150270596264/10152646207506265/?type=1&fref=nf
Join us for “RAHAT Floods” awareness cum collection camp at Bangalore and Delhi

On: 6th & 7th Sept, 2014; From: 10:30 am to 3 pm.
At: Royal Shelters Layout, Begur Road, Deverachikknahalli, Bangalore - 560076
Camp Coordinator – Mr. Chandan (9663798026)

On: 7th Sept, 2014; From: 10 am – 1 pm ;
At: Open stage near the main Gate, Purvasha , Anand lok Coop Group Housing society, Mayur Vihar Phase I , Delhi -110091
Camp Volunteer: Mr. N Veera Raghavan (9810978586)
Camp Coordination: Team GOONJ.. (9717863451)

On: 7th Sept, 2014; From: 10 am – 4 pm
At: Temple Podium (near society ground), Ashirwad Apartments, Plot no. 74, Patparganj, Delhi -110092
Camp Volunteer: Mr. Abhishek Jindal (9818312633)
Camp Coordination: Team GOONJ.. (9717863451)