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  Mumbai Flood Relief and Rehabilitation Resource Centre 
in association with Times Foundation

BMC Disaster Control: Phone: 1916 or 108 or 22694725 / 7 or Fax 22694719. 
Times Helpline: 56354376 / 45
Karmayog Helpline: 98201-55591 (Upadhyay) 

We want to be involved in distribution of coupons for flood relief.
Greetings from Save the Children India ! 
This is in relation to relief work in Mumbai. We at STCI have been working for last several years in various parts of Mumbai namely Santacruz, Khar, Bandra, Bhandup, Govandi, Chembur, Kurla, Dharavi, Kandivali and Goregaon, through our women and child development related activities activities. We would like to get involved in flood relief activities like distribution of coupons for relief work in these areas. Please get in touch with Sushila (M) 9323803098
Vipula Kadri
National Director
 August 27, 2005
Aug 21: free medical camp at Vile Parle E by Lions Club

Medical Checkup Camp For 2000 Families in Vile Parle (East)

LIONS CLUB OF VILE PARLE (EAST)  with its District Zone Chairman (17) Lion Subhash Agarwal along with Rani Sati Prachar Samiti is undertaking FREE Preventive Medicine Distribution and Medical Checkup Camp.

This camp is scheduled for 21st August'2005 (Sunday), at Ruia School, Vile Parle (East), Mumbai scheduled from 10:00 am onwards . This task is
especially undertaken by our Hon. Lion President Anil Garg (Cell - 9820100485) with assistance of other social workers, a few reputed lion
doctor's (Specialist's) have also undertaken the task of free medical checkup followed by free distribution of preventive medicines on this day.
"rajeev rai" <>
If your school has been damaged by the floods, it will be repaired free by Property Reliable Associaties. It seems that 44 schools have been affected.
August 20, 2005
For your efforts to be heard by as many as possible to get the support you need active passive or otherwise. One way of doing this is to have community radio licencing and local radio transmission. I am attaching a link which tells lot about current radio licencing policy in India. While some of the concerns of the government are genuine. There is no reason why the local  comminuities pockets be reached by issuing limited licences for radio
transmission. Perhaps you will be interested;_ylt=An

(need to copy - paste the url in the browser window)   

P. W. Rane (
Aug 18, 2005
Available 'QUALIS' : Please avail facility of "Disha Communication" . NGO's , Enjoy travel on "no profit no loss basis." 
Aug 17, 2005



MESCO, a registered charitable Organization working since last 37 years in the field of Education, Medical Assistance and Poverty Relief is trying to do its bit towards the relief and rehabilitation of people affected by the floods. It has decided to take up relief measures for people of Kausa, Mumbra.


It would be organizing a free Medical Check-up camp on Saturday, 20th August and Sunday, 21st August 2005 from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. at Kausa, Mumbra.


We seek assistance from Medical Professionals who can devote time on any or both the days according to their convenience.


We will be providing free medicines to afflicted cases and would appeal to large hearted individuals and Organizations to contribute towards this cause, so that we can reach out to more people.


For further details contact Mr. Aziz Humji at 2640 5008 / 2640 5012 / 5607 1164 or email us at


List of Drugs

1.      Beplex Elixir                                     100

2.      Beplex Forte Elixir                           100

3.      Beplex Forte Tablets                         10 x 100

4.      Beplex Zee Capsules                        10 x 100

5.      Codylex Linctus                                50

6.      Codylex Plus Tablet                          10 x 100

7.      Rimodar DT                                       10 x 10

8.      Rimodar Forte Tablets                      10 x 10

9.      Tab. & Syrup Paracetomol               100 bottles

10. Tab. & Syrup Metrogyle                   5000 tablets

11. Tab. Ciproflaxacin                              10 x 100

12. Tab. & Syp. Choloroquine                10 x 100

13. Tab. Ranitidine                                    10 x 100

14. Tab. Doxxclylin                                  10 x 200

15. Tab. & Syp. Gelusil                           100 bottles

16. Tab. Voveran ( 50mg)                       10 x 100

17. Tab. & Syp. Ibuqeesic Pluse              10 x 100 / 100 bottles

18. Tab. & Syp. Cetrizine                        10 x 100 / 100 bottles

19. Injection Tetanus Toxoid

20. Injection Amikacin

21. Injection Gentamycin

22. I / V DNS

23. I / V 5% Dextrose

24. I / V RL

25. I / V NS

26. ORS

27. Norflox T2

28. Tab. O2

29. Tab O2(H)

30. Tab. Stemetel                                      10 x 10

31. Tab. Ondem                                         10 x 10

32. Tab. Domperidon DT (10 mg)          10 x 100

33. Tab. Nise 100 mg                              10 x 100

34. Syrup Normat                                    100 bottles

35. Syrup Phenargan                                100 bottles

36. Syrup Zedex, Brozedex                     50 bottles each

37. Syrup Dilusyn Expectorant               50 bottles

38. Tab. Falcigo                                        100 tablets

39. Syrup Recochin                                 100 tablets

40. Tab. Lariago DS                                 100 tablets

41. Tab. Primaquin 7.5 mg                      100 tables

42. Tab. Cyclopam                                    500

43. Jucidin                                                50

44. Betadine                                             50

45. T-Bact                                                 50

46. Siler Sulphadiozine                            50

47. Sepgard Gel                                       50

48. Clop MG                                            50

49. Candivat MG                                      50

50. Candi derma Cream                           50

51. Zoderm Cream                                  25

52. Zoderm Lotion                                  25

53. Candid Powder                                  25

54. Albendazole Syrup & Tablet             50 bottles + 100 Tablets

55. Tab. Mebex                                         100

Aug 17, 2005

I had requested you to send me a copy of your PIL on Flooding and the abyssmal Disaster Management by the Maharashtra Govt. and its various arms, due to which there were heavy losses in Bombay (in particular) and Maharashtra (in general). The idea was to help you, since I too share your concern and I have lots of experience in Public Interest Litigation. 

The fact that the Bombay High Court asked you several questions (as reported in the Times of India of 12 August) proves that the PIL may be rejected and even if it is admitted it may not serve its intended purpose.

If you wish to succeed in your cause, the least that you can do is to immediately send me a copy of your PIL per courier at the address given below or send plain text via email (no attachments please). I sincerely wish to help you by joining you. Please therefore do NOT misunderstand my offer. 

Best Wishes
Dr. Leo Rebello
President, Litigants Welfare Forum
President, All India Letter Writers Association
Director, Natural Health Centre

Address: 28/552 Samata Nagar, Kandivali East, Mumbai 400101.
Tel. No. 28872741. Mobile: 9869650870.
Email:  Website:
Aug 16, 2005
To curtail the spread of dental infection Manav Seva Kendra has organized a free dental check up camp and awareness camp for mumbaiites at their Vile Parle(w) clinic, from 15th August to 20th August 2005 People can avail free consultations/check-ups/treatments. To avail this residents will have to
register in advance. 
Venue: Dr. Jignesh Mehta, Shop No 4&5, Amrut Apts, Bajaj Road, Vile Parle (w). Mumbai 400056.
Timings: 9.30 AM to 1.00 PM.
Register At : 2614 3333 / 2615 4444 / 98925-22205.
Mr. Sanjay Shah.
For Manav Seva Kendra
Aug 13, 2005
koshish centre for the care of deaf has arranged with eminent ent surgeon dr. ajay kothari, who will reply to all the queries regarding your ear, nose & throat problems. write your problems with details on : 
Aug 13, 2005
A list of camps being organised on the 14th of August. Please contact the organisers if you can help. Aug 12, 2005. 
Wendell D'Cunha ( )
Camp Venue Camp Organiser Name and Contact Beneficiaries
Jain Derasar Hall, Bharat Nagar, Vikhroli-E Chandu Panchal Salwan Bhaskar 58791419 500
Citizen English High School, Shivaji Nagar 2, Govandi Raju Fanasgaonkar 9324312406 500
Valmiki Nagar Vikhroli E Satyawan Bhaskar 58791419 500
Maharashtra Nagar Mankhurd Vitthal Tamhankar 9322875373 500
Bhavana Trader,P.L.Lokhande Marg Chembur Mohanlal Lodha 9821519952 500
Utkarsh Nagar, Dr Khamakar Clinic Bhandup W Milind Kargaonkar 9891335796 300
Ramabal Nagar, Sanmitra Mitra Mandal, Bhandup W Milind Kargaonkar 9891335796 400
Khamachandan Jain, Jansampark Karyalay,Laxman Yadav Mandal Kurla W Susham sawant 9869220097 500
Nehru nagar Hanuman Mandir Kanjurmarg E Nandan Shinde 9821178905 500
Saraswati BLDG Laloobhai CMPND Mankhurd Rajashree Palande 9869770089 500
Kranti Nagar Sable Nagar Opp Kurla Terminus Rajashree Palande 9869770089 500
Mount Mary church Bandra W Kishor poonawala 9869484606 500
Khar Bandra Kishor poonawala 9869484606 500
Ramabai Nagar Ghatkopar Nitin Adhav 9819795797 500
Kamraj Nagar Ghatkopar Ratnam Devendra 9323811453 1000
MS building Chembur camp Srinivas Shukla 9322290120 500
Siddarth Nagar Chembur Naka Adhinath Hirave 9870524001 500
Hanuman mandir Hanuman nagar Bhandup W Narendra Trivedi 25945242 500
Gaodevi Mandir Mandal Trombay Raju Valty 9869475242 300
Samarth Nagar Suman Nagar Chembur Srinivas Shukla 9322290120 500
Yogeshwar seva mandal Perreira wadi Saki Naka Raju Salvi 9869511323 500
Lokshahir annabhau sathe samaj unnati mandal Near BMC school Limbunibaug Govandi Suraj Zire/Arun Londe 989259861 500
Vasi Naka, Mahul Rd Chembur Sridhar Thombre 9869740776 500


FLOOD RELIEF MEDICAL CAMP AS ON 14th AUGUST 2005 (and I can hold as many more as desired. Pl contact me. R. P. Ruia 98201-22211)

1. Jam Derasar Hall, Bharat Nagar, Tagore Nagar,Vikhroli (East)
2. National Highschool. Tagore Nagar, Vikhroli (East)
3. Valmiki Nagar, Vikhroli (East)
4. Maharashtra Nagar, Mankurd
5. Bhavana Trader, P.L. Lokhande Marg, Chembur
6. Utkarsh Nagar, Bhandup (W).
7. Ramabai Nagar, Bhandup (W).
8. Kurla (W)
9. Nehru Nagar, Hanuman Mandir, Kanjurmarg (E)
10. Saraswati Building, Laloobhai Compound, Mankhurd
11. Kranti Nagar, Opp. Kurla Terminus
12. Bombarde House, Dr. Peter Dia’s Road, Ramdas Nayole Marg, Bandra (W), Mumbai – 400 050
13. Ramabai Nagar, Ghatkopar
14. Kamraj Nagar, Ghatkopar
15. Siddharth Nagar, Chembur Naka, Chembur
16. Village Road, Bhandup
17. Goregaon (E)
18. Gaon Devi Mandir, Mandala, Mankhurd
19. Samarth Nagar Suman Nagar, Chembur
20. Vashi Naka, Chembur 
Aug 12, 2005
I'm helping with a non-profit project related to the recent floods in Bombay and their aftermath. 
We're planning to bring out a booklet of emergency information for the city's residents (what the floods revealed is that this kind of info is very difficult to find otherwise), and one other publication, which is being finalised. 
The final product will be in four languages: Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, English.

Most of the content we have so far is in English. So Requirement One is people who can translate from English to the other three languages. 
But there will be original content in all four languages. 

To cut to the chase, we need people who can competently translate:
English to Hindi, and Hindi to English
English to Marathi, and Marathi to English
English to Gujarati, and Gujarati to English
Marathi to Hindi, and Hindi to Marathi
Marathi to Gujarati, and Gujarati to Marathi
Hindi to Gujarati, and Gujarati to Hindi

It would be ideal if the translators concerned can generate soft copy in all the languages they handle.
Ideally, we need Bombay-based people, because the project is on a manic deadline, and this would save coordination time.
I must tell you that this is a project where all concerned, including myself, are offering their services gratis, so we'd be looking for people who will help for FREE.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you can do this, or put me on to people who can, I'd be very grateful. 
A core group has been formed to coordinate all translation efforts. 
They are:
Manisha Lakhe - 
Suniti Joshi - 
Raamesh Raghavan - 

Please write to them or to me - - and let us know what languages you can handle, and how much time you can volunteer.
Aug 10, 2005



Dear Friends of Animals,

“People for Animals, Mumbai (PFA)” organized the second post flood relief work in New Mumbai on Monday 8th August 2005 with the help of “Bombay Veterinary College (BVC)” and generous donations from few donors.   


List of PFA members and veterinary doctors’ part of the relief work:

1)      Dr. Deepa Katyal                                 – Trustee, PFA (Vet. Doctor).

2)      Mrs. Thrity Guzdar                               – PFA Member.

3)      Mr. Dharmesh Solanki              – Managing Trustee, PFA.

4)      Mr. Bimal Jhaveri                                 – PFA Member.

5)      Dr. Jayant Patil                                     – PG Student, Dept. of Medicine, BVC.

6)      Dr. Vijay Kumar Tripathi                      – PG Student, Dept. of Medicine, BVC. 


The team left Mumbai at 9.30 a.m with relief materials like medicines, fodder, biscuits and PFA Ambulance for any emergency. The team visited following villages in Panvel, New Mumbai.


1)    Parpund village.

                  In this village we treated 8 goats, two buffaloes and one dog. There was a wealthy family having 25 cows kept for the purpose of milking. All these animals were carried away in the floods as all were kept open and were not found at all post flood. They informed that one village woman has also been carried away in the flood water and is still missing.


                  As per few goat owners information, they and their animals survived flood as they took shelter in the near by higher buildings. They also informed that most of their hens were lost in the flood as water level had reached till their roof top. They informed that one pig had come drowning in the flood water and had got stuck on the roof top of one house and had remained there for two days. It was then removed by the villagers.     


2)    Usarli village.

                  In this village we treated one bullock, one buffalo and one dog. Here the animals remained safe as they were taken to railway tracks, which were on certain height than the village ground level and the flood water did not reach at that height.   


3)    Shivkar Village.

                  In this village we treated 15 cows and buffaloes and 4 dogs. This village was not much affected. 


4)    Chikhale Village.

                  This village had a piggery farm called “Royal Farms”. They had approximately 1200 pigs from which around 800 were drowned away in the flood water. The rest of them survived, because they could reach the railway tracks, which were on a good height than the ground level and luckily trains were not working on the flood day (26th July 2005) or else even these animals would not have survived.

We treated 3 cows in this village.    


5)    Ajivli Village.

                  This village was also not very much affected. When we reached one dairy in this village, we saw one four month old calf lying on the ground. It had become stiff with no blinking of the eyelids. There was no movement made by the calf, but it was ALIVE. Our doctors tried their level best to survive the calf, but all their efforts proved futile as the calf took its last breath. This calf had remained in this condition for more than a day or so and the owner had not even bothered to call vet. Doctor and get the calf treated, even though it was a female calf. We thought that such thing happens only with male calves, but female calves are also treated in this manner to save the cost of medicines and doctor.   

                  We treated 2 cows, three buffaloes, two dogs in this village and off course tried to survive the dying calf. 


6)    Borla Village.

                  We were informed by few villagers that this village was very much affected. But when we reached the village, it had normalized. Those animals, which were drowned in the flood water, were never found and the surviving animals did not have many problems. In all we treated 4 buffaloes in this village.


Many chickens in many poultry farms have also died in many villages during the floods. Many wild animals and snakes have also died, but there are no records. The floods have even damaged many farming lands, seeds, manure, and fodder for the animals and off course the property of these poor villagers.


The team distributed fodder to poor villagers to feed their cattle, wherever required and fed biscuits to all stray dogs, which were found on the way and in villages. The team also distributed free medicine to needy farmers, to treat their animals for external injuries.


No Government persons have gone to the villages to inquire about them or their animals. The village panchayats have got some forms filled up from the owners who have lost their animals, but then there is no news on the compensation or any other help from the Government.


All the villages are now coming to normalcy and people are now engaged in farming activities and are trying to forget the sour marks of natures whip. 


The team was not very happy as they could reach out only to six villages as time was lost in searching and reaching these villages. The team has decided to meet the village panchayats and with their help reach out to all the villages in the next camp, so that time is not lost in searching the villages and more villages can be attended.


Now, PFA wants to go to Karjat, Kasara and such other villages and help the animals over there. Depending on the weather, PFA have decided to go to Karjat on Friday 12th August 2005 to help the animals in all the villages in Karjat. 


We have some medicines left with us from our previous two flood relief camps and have already got more than 50 packs of biscuits donated by Mrs. Bakul Khatau. Hence, we need some extra medicine along with HS and foot & mouth disease vaccines, fodder and transport.


We have got information that Mr. Rahul Sehgal (Chief of an Animal Welfare Org., in Gujarat) have dispatched a team of doctors along with medicines to Satara and will be tackling the villages in those areas. We have also got information about Mr. Kartick Satyanarayan of Wildlife SOS coming to the same place with his team.


Yours Sincerely,


Dharmesh Solanki

Managing Trustee,

People for Animals, Mumbai.

Office Address-Regd. Off. C/o P. N. Mehta & Co., 3rdth Floor, Thomas Cook Bldg., Flora Fountain, Mumbai – 400 001, Maharashtra, INDIA. Tel: 9821215661 
Aug 10, 2005
Free Camps by Niramaya Health - 5 - 21 Aug 





5th august

Chunabhatti- Swadeshi Mill chawl


7th august

Mumbra – Kausa gaaon



Deonar – Sunderbaug



Madh island



Jari Mari Kurla






Kaju Pada Poisar



Kalwa – Thane



Ghatkopar Ramabai Colony
















Niramaya’s tentative Plan for flood relief camps in Mumbai and Thane In August 2005


We are a team of three to four doctors (One doctor comes on voluntary basis) who conduct these camps and during one camp we attend approx 150 to 175 people. We provide basic healthcare and refer serious cases to BMC health center. We are providing Chlorine tablets to families who have not yet received the tablets.  

All camps are free of cost of course.Dr. Shamla

Aug 8, 2005

I am practicing spiritual healing in Mumbai [Bombay] India from last 20 years. I have treated 100 thousand patients during last 20 years. About 40
reputed newspapers and magazines have penned down my healing work. I was awarded a title Doctor of Science by famous university in Colombo. I have participated in healing camps at several cities in India such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai,, Hyderabad, Surat, Navasari, Bhopal, Indore, Madurai, Coimbatore, Polachi e.t.c. healing sick is my mission and i shall like to travel anywhere on the globe for this noble cause of healing sick
My Contact: Mohan Joshi
Tel: +91-9322242931
Aug 7, 2005
A lot of doctors and social organisations can help you completely organise free medical camps - general, ear, eye, any particular disability, dental,
cancer, any particular disease, health awareness, focusing on children or women or seniors, etc. If you can provide space, volunteers, and publicity, pl send an email request to us. 
Aug 6, 2005
The Indian Pediatricians Assoc has set up a Helpline for Children (8 am to 8pm) = 98217-99019 
August 06, 2005
Rotary Club of Bombay Main has committed to build 10000 houses in Mah and also 10000 in each of 3 other states. For details, contact Rtn Shyam Somani 98210-28542.
 August 06, 2005
My Organization Gonoshasthaya Kendra is a leading non governmental organization in Bangladesh who have extensive knowledge and experience on Disaster Management. We also participated in Orissa Disaster and Andhra earthquake.  
Please communicate for any sort of assistance.   
Dr.Mohib Ullah Khondoker, MBBS, MPH
Gonoshasthaya Kendra.  
August 06, 2005
Gayatri Pariwar,headquarter at Shantikunj Haridwar, is working as an NGO in this disaster at Mumbai. And we also have a disaster management unit. From
our camps we have been distributing all the daily use material. 
vivek vijay
IIT Bombay.
Next priority action for civil society in Mumbai would is to take up Disaster Management Plan. In this regard- if a few organizations or volunteers are willing to help time and or little coordination with Mumbai Government - we at HIFEED, are willing to cooperate and provide vital inputs and infact put the entire project to fast implementation for sake of Mumbai population.

HIFED, Himalayan Institute for Environment, Ecology & Development is ready with workable plan that we feel could be implemented on priority. We are ready to collaborate and provide all help in this regard and have a ready implementable plan that unfortunately many state government lack today.

Proj Director
Himalayan Institute for Environment, Ecology & Development
NGOs activities in relief work 
Area Donor Pledging support

Contact Person

Current Status
Mulund Lions International BK Pisal 9821018462 Providing drugs and food
South Mumbai Jaslok Jagdish Sharma 56573204 Providing medications
Kalina Lions Club Rajmal Mogra 9821017062 Providing drugs and food
  Yuvak Pratishtan Bharat Raut 2,564,415,140,444,020 Supporting relief operations in Kurla, Kalina and Vikhroli
M- East Apnalaya Dyaneshewar Tarwade 9892632224  
Bandra/Chembur/AG Church Good news seva sung Pastor K Stephen 9820679696  
Fort Times Foundation Pratima Rajan 9224480673  
Amboli, Gorgaon,Ramesh Nagar Nat. Domestic Workers Movement Mario Ramadoz 9820118886  
  Jain Doctors Federation Bharat Parmar 9820070580  
Andheri W Int. ASS. Of Human Value Vasant Iyer 9324255268  
Powai Karuna Trust George 9869356535, 25785515  
Bandra W Slum Rehab Society Neeta Chalke 26408911  
Worli Worli woods Chairperson 9819057911  

I and the people CCed are part of Rotary Club of Bandra Kurla Complex as well as various other voluntary organisations. Our members primarily reside
in Bandra -East and Kalina -some of the worst affected areas in recent flooding. We have the good fortune of having some doctors amongst us who are working with hospitals like Guru Nanak Hospital, Asian Heart Institute etc. They have been already conducting some voluntary medical camps over last two days. Given the magnitude of the devastation, we can organise some more medical camps through our network ourselves or maybe with help of some other organisations if we can get the medicines such as - Doxyclclene, Paracetamol, Brufein, Tinidazol, Ciplox, Ciplox TZ, Mox, Cough Syrup, Redol, ORS Packets, Rantac, Dmoestal, Mocf Syrup, Crocin Syrup, Triamenic Syrup, Chlorine Tablets etc.

If you can confirm availability of the above by tomorrow, and keep it ready for dispatch by Friday, we can hold a medical camp at slums in in
Bandra-East and Kalina area on Saturday/ Sunday. 
Please do not hesitate to contact me at 9820339044 for any clarifications. Alternately you may also call Dr. Shirish Kataria on 9820102261, if you can not get through to me, citing refernce to my conversation with him. 

We may also be able to organise some blood donation camp at Golden Square /Silver Square CHS, Kalina -where some of our members reside. Please let us know how we can go about this. 
Sanjay .in  
Yuvak Pratishthan have conducted and proposed to conduct the following relief measures to help the victims of the recent torrential rains and subsequent flood in Mumbai.

Medical Camps at

1. Mulund West, Dumping Road
2. Kanjurmarg East – Hanuman Galli
3. Maharashtra Nagar – Mankhurd
4. Powai – Yadav Nagar
5. Powai – Chandivli
6. Bandra – Hindu Association
7. Bandra East
8. Chembur – Thakkar Bappa Colony
9. Kurla – Khadi No. 3
10. Vikhroli – Surya Nagar
11. Chembur
12. Vikhroli – Tagore Nagar
13. Kanjurmarg – Nehru Nagar
14. Kurla – Sunder Baug

Dr. Medha Somaiya
Gen. Secretary
Neelam Nagar, Mulund (E), 
Mumbai 400 081. 
Tel: 25644151 (6 lines) Fax : 25900699 
Email :  
Website : 
We are an NGO working in the field of housing. We would like to know if any NGOs interested to get assiatance in repair of houses and building new homes in Mumbai or other places which are affected by floods 
Ph 022-26824879 
We at Bharat Vikas Parishad, Vishwa Bharati Branch have organised Free 'Insurance Claim' Assistance Camp at the following locations on Thursday,
4th August, 2005 - 11 am onwards. 

Visit any of the nearest Camp for any help/guidance in filing your Insurance claims.

Important : Please ask people to bring copy of their insurance policy and other claim document along with them.

Bandra East :
Kher Nagar Tenant Association Mahasangh office, 
Between bldg # 5 & # 7, Kher Nagar,
Bandra East
Sh. S.Y. Gawde - Tel : 98694 45423

Vile Parle East :
Utkarsh Mandal
2nd Fl., Mahant Chowk, Mahant Road Ext.
Vile Parle East
Sh. Purshottam Shenoy - Tel : 93232 26500

Vile Parle West :
Kishanchand Walecha Hall,
Kamla Raheja Architecture College,
Vidhyanidhi Marg, JVPD Scheme, 
Behind Cooper Hospital, 
Vile Parle West,
Sh. Satish Saraf Tel : 98210 37998

J.B. Nagar, Andheri East :
Rajasthani Sewa Sangh,
Shree Ghanshyam Das Poddar Vidyalaya,
J.B. Nagar, Opp. Kohinoor Hotel,
Andheri East
Sh. Ramavatar Taiwala - Tel: 93245 95691

Goregaon & Malad :
Goregaon Sports Club,
Link Road, Malad West,
Sh. Vijay Mehta - Tel : 98203 03998

Borivli East
Naidu Club,
Opp. Punjab National Bank, Daulat Nagar,
S.V. Road, Borivli East
Sh. Bhaskar Khursange - Tel : 98696 64997

Visit any of the nearest Camp for any help/guidance in filing your Insurance claims.
Important : Please bring copy of your insurance policy and other claim document along with you.

Pradeep Malu
Bharat Vikas Parishad, 
Vishwa Bharati Mumbai Branch
Cell no. 98200 64665 

Project supported by
Mangal Keshav Insurance Brokers Ltd.
Tel No. : 2632 9903 / 06 Fax 2632 9937
We have got simple tips by which people can get relief from pain problems such as if one has neck pain roll a pencil with hexagonal stem on the back of patients thumb, immediate relief will be felt. At night, paste methi on the area with micro surgical tape and one will be free of the problem in a couple of days by repeating this procedure. 
Multiple operation syndrome wrist pain or heel pain, back ache, polyp etc. where doctors will prescribe operation can be removed by Su Jok treatment. This has been tried out by the Indian Army for three years we were treating by this method in Kalina Military Hospital.  
Volunteers of NGOs can be taught in an hour. 
Lion Luthria G B (
Lions Club of Mumbai Su Jok.- 9322274382, 26206243 
For information on Sujok Acupressure please visit -     
Yuvak Pratishthan have conducted and proposed to conduct the following relief measures to help the victims of the recent torrential rains and subsequent flood in Mumbai.

29.7.05 Medical Camp 90 Feet Road, Sakinaka, Kurla 

1. Mulund West, Dumping Road
2. Kanjurmarg East – Hanuman Galli
3. Maharashtra Nagar – Mankhurd
4. Powai – Yadav Nagar
5. Powai – Chandivli
6. Bandra – Hindu Association
7. Bandra East 

Proposed Camp:

1. Chembur – Thakkar Bappa Colony
2. Kurla – Khadi No. 3
3. Vikhroli – Surya Nagar
4. Chembur
5. Vikhroli – Tagore Nagar
6. Kanjurmarg – Nehru Nagar
7. Kurla – Sunder Baug

Grains will be distributed to following areas:

1. Hanuman Galli – Kanjurmarg East
2. Yadav Nagar – Chandivli
3. Tagore Nagar – Vikhroli
4. Surya Nagar – Vikhroli
5. Samarth Nagar – Chembur
6. Maharashtra Nagar – Mankhurd
7. Dumping Road – Mulund
8. Thakkar Bappa Colony - Chembur
  tel 25644151  based at Mulund E
Helping out in pest management issues (Public Health) 
I am Chief Executive-services for a leading Pest Management Organisation in Mumbai dealing in Pest Management Services to households and corporates. I believe that one must offer their services and the knowledge held in oneself. This is a way to give back what the country has given me.

Mr. Stelson Quadros
Express Pesticides Pvt Ltd.,
Khira Industrial Estate,
Santacruz West,
Mumabi 400 054
phone - work: 56914400, cell: 98200 61692, - yes, best time to call: anytime
Avbl - doctors, 100 volunteers, food 
Dr. Mrs. Bijal Mehta
has 100 volunteers
and can organise dry lunches e.g. biscuits.
Also has doctor friends willing to volunteer their services.