R. Nandini, Honorary Secretary of the association, released the service details and it was received by P.M. Murali, Treasurer. The service will help any person in India trace his or her near and dear one in any part of the world. It is being offered free of cost. Applications seeking information about missing family members can be submitted to any of the 186 Red Cross or Federation of Red Crescent Associations. Refugees, migrants, missing children and their families are eligible to avail themselves of the service. However, the association does not guarantee that the missing person will be found. It is based on the quantum of information given, last communication, the time lapsed, etc. Those wishing to utilise the service, may do so by contacting the Indian Red Cross Society at Red Cross Towers, 8/26, Huzur Road, Coimbatore – 641018.
Aug 11, 2009
R. Nandini (right), Honorary Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Coimbatore, releasing the brochure on the ‘Family News Service’ in Coimbatore. P. M. Murali, Treasurer of the society, is receiving the first copy. In order to track down the members of families who have got separated in man-made disasters and natural catastrophes, the Indian Red Cross Society has launched a service called Family News Service here recently. According to a release, this service, commonly known as the Tracing Service, is available in many cities and towns in India. It has been extended to Coimbatore.