Oxfam India, a group that helps people in need, is offering emotional support and counseling to those affected by the train crash in Odisha, India. The crash killed over 270 people and injured over 1,000 others. Oxfam India has sent teams to provide food, water, and sanitary facilities, as well as temporary restrooms near the accident site and hospitals. They are also setting up blood donation camps and offering basic services like food and water. Oxfam India will continue to focus on helping those who are going through a really tough time. The crash happened on Friday night when three trains collided in Balasore district.
- The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at dozens of locations in several Indian states, including Punjab, Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh, as part of a broader conspiracy investigation targeting the nexus of gangsters, smugglers, and Khalistani elements.
- The raids aim to dismantle the network involved in violent activities, including targeted killings, attacks on government buildings, extortion, weapons and drug smuggling, and organizing anti-India activities abroad.
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