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10 November 2016

Putting words into action: Red Cross Red Crescent highlights its priorities in Asia Pacific during AMCDRR 2016

Red Cross Red Crescent representatives gather in Delhi for 7th AMCDRR
Millions in South Asia hit by floods and landslides after severe monsoon rains
29 July 2016

Millions in South Asia hit by floods and landslides after severe monsoon rains

Heavy monsoon rains have triggered widespread floods across India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Powerful earthquake rocks north-east India and beyond
4 January 2016

Powerful earthquake rocks north-east India and beyond

A powerful magnitude 6.7 earthquake rocked remote north-eastern regions of India before dawn today (4 January).
Indian Red Cross helps reunite families separated by worst flooding in decades
17 December 2015

Indian Red Cross helps reunite families separated by worst flooding in decades

Flood disrupts lines of communication and transport across the southern states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
Midnight evacuations in flood-hit South India
4 December 2015

Midnight evacuations in flood-hit South India

Red Cross distributes packets of food and other relief supplies to communities affected by floods.
Poorest hit hardest by south India floods
1 December 2015

Poorest hit hardest by south India floods

Indian Red Cross distributed relief supplies and provided cooked food for people who were forced to evacuate from the flooded areas
Obituary: Dr Satya Paul Agarwal, Indian Red Cross Society
17 November 2015

Obituary: Dr Satya Paul Agarwal, Indian Red Cross Society

Red Cross and Red Crescent partners paid tribute to Indian Red Cross Society Secretary General Dr Satya Paul Agarwal, who died in Delhi today.
Monsoon floods take their toll on millions across India
25 August 2015

Monsoon floods take their toll on millions across India

Red Cross joins government helpers and other agencies to assess the needs of flood evacuees and provide emergency relief.
Indian Red Cross responds to floods across six states
6 August 2015

Indian Red Cross responds to floods across six states

As monsoon clouds threaten more rain, the Indian Red Cross Society is gearing up to increase its aid operations after floods killed more than 200 people and affected more than 10 million.
Indian fisher-women regaining their livelihoods after the 2004 tsunami
26 December 2014

Indian fisher-women regaining their livelihoods after the 2004 tsunami

Guntu Yerramma has a strong relationship with the sea. Living so close to the shore, she wakes every morning to the sound of the swell crashing onto the beaches.
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