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When Rajan and Sita, Arun's parents, of Cherambillil house in Ambedkar Colony in Vengoor, realised there was no hope for their 29-year-old son, they agreed to donate his organs.
Softening his stance on the salary challenge issue, Finance Minister T M Thomas Isaac said no person will be forced to donate their salary to CMDRF.
Of this, 261.58 tonnes of relief materials were distributed to the needy.
A whopping amount of `12.8 crore has been collected from school students as donations to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund for flood victims.
Mathai too had been similarly hit and now stays at a relative’s house near Nedumkandam with his family.
The employees can donate their salary in 10 monthly instalments. If any employee has given donations earlier, they need to donate only the remaining amount.
The notice was sent to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) following an alert by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT).
Nilgiri-based jawans have been forced to look for private hospitals to which they can donate their blood as blood banks of district hospitals are reportedly almost full and the Coimbatore MCH.
In a statement, he said that a day has been extended due to Monday’s hartal.
A gang of five unidentified men attacked a businessman and his helper after they refused to pay ‘donation’ for the upcoming Ganesha festival in Yelahanka on Monday evening.
Thailand's Ambassador to India, Chutintorn Sam Gondsakdi tweeted that the Government of India is not accepting overseas donations for Kerala flood relief.
The rice, worth Rs 1 crore, will be sent by road in 30 trucks on August 22
Following an appeal to our readers, The New Indian Express managed to collect relief material including rice, pulses, sugar, toiletries, water, blankets and other products for distribution in Kerala.
Citizens, forums, NGOs, corporates, brands, firms in the city have come together to raise funds and rescue relief material for the flood-affected area.
Priests have had to adapt and start accepting donations by card payments rather than the traditional passing around of a wicker basket for churchgoers to drop in some coins, or even notes.