View post tag: Defense View post tag: Hand August 6, 2013 Indian Navy Lends a Hand to Rain-Affected Areas In the aftermath of the incessant rains in the state of Kerala, and the consequent rise in water levels the State Government of Kerala sought help from Navy. Consequently, Naval Rescue Teams from Southern Naval Command (SNC) have been dispatched in affected areas.SNC has send two teams comprising of 20 divers and four Gemini boats (rubber inflatable boats) to the island of Thuruthu at Aluva in Ernakulam district to provide assistance to the marooned families there. Another team has been sent to Idukki district for providing suitable assistance at the site of the landslide there. The Navy has sent a 16 member diving team to rescue marooned villagers from an island in the Periyar river which is in spate. The Navy is also sending a 40 member team to Idukki where two landslides have occurred within a short span of time.Similarly, Indian Army and Indian Air Force have also garnered their forces to respond to the situation and the Indian Army has sent three columns of Army personnel to the affected site.A 40 member team of the NDRF (National Disaster Response Force ) along with 5 tonnes of relief material are being ferried by two Indian Air Force aircraft. Indian Air Force is sending two ALH helicopters later today.[mappress]Press Release, August 6, 2013 View post tag: Kerala View post tag: Rain View post tag: Command View post tag: southern View post tag: Navy View post tag: areas Training & Education View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Lends View post tag: Naval View post tag: Defence Back to overview,Home naval-today Indian Navy Lends a Hand to Rain-Affected Areas View post tag: rescue View post tag: Affected View post tag: teams View post tag: Indian Share this article
The Sunbelt Agricultural Expo opened its doors on Tuesday, Oct. 20, to University of Georgia President Jere Morehead, who was one of the event’s first visitors.Part of a UGA contingent that included Jennifer Frum, UGA vice president for public service and outreach, Morehead expressed excitement about visiting the expo, which is in its 38th year.“This visit has been outstanding. I have seen a lot, learned a lot and really enjoyed being around the people involved in the most important and largest industry in the state,” he said. “I learn a little more about the important and strong relationship between UGA and the agriculture industry each year that I participate in this great event.”This visit to the Sunbelt Agricultural Expo was Morehead’s third since assuming office in July 2013. Like the two previous years, he gained knowledge about Georgia’s No. 1 industry after visiting with southeastern U.S. agricultural leaders and faculty, students and staff from UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.Morehead’s stopover at the expo is part of a larger emphasis the UGA president placed on learning about the state’s agriculture industry. Earlier this year, Morehead, along with Georgia Agricultural Commissioner Gary Black and members of the Georgia General Assembly, participated in a farm tour in north Georgia.The Sunbelt Agricultural Expo will continue through this Thursday, Oct. 22, in Moultrie, Georgia.Danny Kornegay, who has farmed for 45 years in North Carolina, was named the Swisher Sweets/Sunbelt Expo Southeastern Farmer of the Year at Tuesday’s Luncheon.
Text of Leavitt’s prepared speechhttp://archive.hhs.gov/news/speech/2006/060522.html The announcement came as health officials continued to investigate whether a cluster of avian flu cases in an Indonesian family involved person-to-person transmission. The WHO reported today that all confirmed case-patients in the cluster had close and prolonged contact with other family members who were ill and that no alternative source of infection has yet been found. In a Reuters news report yesterday, Leavitt was quoted as telling reporters in Geneva that the oseltamivir supply sent to Asia “would belong to the United States and we would control its deployment.” He declined to say how many treatment courses had been sent. See also: Oseltamivir is considered the drug most likely to be helpful if the H5N1 avian flu virus evolves into a pandemic strain. Many countries, including the United States, have been stockpiling it. The US government has a goal of stockpiling enough Tamiflu to treat 25% of the US population. Leavitt said the nation will have 26 million treatment courses by December and 75 million by the end of next year, Reuters reported. May 23, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – The United States is sending a load of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) to an undisclosed site in Asia for use in fighting a possible avian influenza pandemic, Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt announced yesterday. The supply would be used in efforts to contain an emerging pandemic, but the government could recall the drug for domestic use if it became clear that containment overseas was not possible, according to Reuters. “I am pleased to announce the United States government has just deployed treatment courses of Tamiflu to a secure location in Asia. The shipment is currently in transit and will arrive later this week,” Leavitt said in remarks prepared for delivery at the annual meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva. He said President George W. Bush is committed to “forward-positioning a portion of U.S. antiviral stocks for use in a human pandemic.” May 23 WHO update on Indonesian situationhttp://www.who.int/csr/don/2006_05_23/en/index.html
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…Monedderlust, Rosignol clash today; Cougars trounce Corriverton Links 4-0ARCH-RIVALS Monedderlust and Rosignol United are set to clash today at the Mahaicony ground in what is anticipated to be one of the most exciting matches in the ongoing Berbice leg of the GFF/NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Power National Under-17 Intra Association league.The two sides over the years have produced exciting encounters and will continue the trend today when the next generation of footballers collide. Kick-off time is 16:00hrs at the Mahaicony ground.In the lone match that was contested last Sunday at Burnham Park, New Amsterdam, Cougars roared to a comfortable 4-0 win over Corriverton Links, thanks to a brace each from Quinton Crandon and Lamar Reid.Crandon sent Cougars into the lead 15 minutes into the match and by the end of the first 45 minutes they were up 3-0 on account of Reid’s double in the 32nd and 40th minutes. Corriverton Links never threatened Cougars’ dominance on the match as the winners sealed the deal ten minutes into the second half when Crandon completed his double with a 55th minute strike.The respective associations that are contesting this inaugural and historic league have been hampered by inclement weather for the past five weeks which has put paid to their ability to have available grounds in playing conditions.