Any massive and serious disruption to the functioning of a community either natural or man-made, occurring in short or long period can be called as a disaster. It causes suffering, deprivation, hardship, injury and even death. Geological Disasters, Hydrological Disasters, Meteorological Disasters, and Biological Disasters are the four broad types of natural hazards. Earthquakes are perhaps the most dangerous of all natural hazards. Manmade disasters come under crime, arson, civil disorder, terrorism, war, biological or chemical threat, cyber-attacks and lots more. Natural disaster cannot be prevented however manmade disasters can be. The irony of it all is that there are rather more cases with manmade disaster than the natural disasters. Man-made disasters are the result of carelessness or human errors during technological and industrial use. It could come with the root cause of greed, power and wealth. Humans seemed to worship money more than anything in the world resulting to more manmade disasters all for selfish gains and motives.