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Living in a disaster-prone area is even worse because the risks of natural disasters happening are twice bigger. And, you need to be ready at all times
Dr Mesineni Anand Rao has been teaching Chemistry at Hyderabad's iconic Osmania University since 1979. He has 72 research papers published in reputed national and the international research journals
Tarpaulin tents have been set up to act as both, temporary classrooms and residential spaces for the students
While this may not be enough to completely evacuate buildings, such warnings can at least allow people to take cover and protect themselves from fatal injuries
Two NIT Uttarakhand hostelites get run over by car while on way to lab, students launch indefinite strike
The female student was walking on the national highway leading to the lab, she is in critical condition and could be paralysed for life
Earthquakes typically occur in sequences -- an initial "mainshock" (the event that usually gets the headlines) is often followed by a set of "aftershocks"
In addition to managing the effects of a disaster, disaster management aims to raise awareness and preparedness of such occurrences — especially those caused by climate change
5000 students were imparted training as a part of the Chief Minister's school safety programme
He wrote to the NDMA way before the 2015 Nepal earthquake about the high threat of earthquakes in the Himalayas!
Dr Sreevalsa Kolathayar might be the only person who wrote to the NDMA about the risks before the 2008 earthquakes. Read on to find out more about his measures to get people prepared for earthquakes
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