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India: Mock Drill on Disaster Management on 31 August


Puducherry: The district administration and the Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Puducherry will conduct an off-site emergency mock drill on 31 August.\r\nThe drill, scheduled to start at 2 p.m. at the Chemfab Alkalis Limited, Kalapet will involve emergency support units and line departments such as Fire Service Department, Police Department, Health Department, Department of Science, Technology & Environment, Inspectorate of Factories, and Industries Department, Volunteers of NSS/NCC/Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan.
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India: MP Baig Hands Over 8 Ambulances to North Kashmir Hospitals


Baramulla: In order to make healthcare more approachable and to provide timely assistance in terms of transport to masses to avail benefits of emergency medical aid, Member of Parliament, Muzaffar Hussain Baig handed over 8 ambulances to different hospitals of Kupwara and Bandipora districts in North Kashmir during a public meeting here on 30th August.
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India: More than 300 Ambulance will be Available


Ranchi: Jharkhand CM, Raghuvar Das said that 300 state-of-the-art ambulances will be available to the public within 3 months which will be made available within 15 minutes. He was talking on occasion of Foundation stone laying of power transmission line for Jharkhand Power Transmission Corporation limited.
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India: Bharat Vikas Group to offer emergency medical services in AP


Amravati: Bharat Vikas Group (BVG), India’s largest integrated service company, has bagged a contract for providing emergency medical services in the state. As part of the contract, the state government and BVG will offer emergency ambulance services round the clock by the Andhra Pradesh Emergency Medical Services, which is a joint venture between of Andhra Pradesh and consortium of BVG India Ltd and UK SAS. 
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India: 108 Ambulance Service Aims to Reduce Response Time


Coimbatore: With number of ambulances in its fleet increased to 34, GVK EMRI operating 108 ambulance services is all set to improve response time in Coimbatore.\r\nOperators of the ambulance services said they are striving to attend an emergency in 10 minutes by reducing the current average response time of 14 minutes.
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