In Madhya Pradesh, Janardan Mishra, a BJP lawmaker heard about a clogged toilet in a local school and decided to help them, all by himself. Due to the clogged toilet, students were not able to use it and so Mishra took to making sure that the problem is solved and unclogged the toilet with his very own hands. In a video posted by him on Twitter, he can be seen bending over the toilet, removing the soil that obstructed the passage and poking the hole with a stick till water could flow through.
A ticket checker named Shashikant Chavan saved the life of a commuter as the latter tripped while boarding a moving train in Kalyan railway station in Mumbai. In the video of the incident, Chavan is seen pulling the man, who slipped and fell near the train, as the train is moving. Chavan later reportedly said that the passenger, Sandeep Sonkar, ignored the general coach as it was crowded and tried to board a reserved coach. Sunil Udasi, the public relations officer with the Central Railway said Chavan will be awarded.
A 35-year-old woman - Shital Maharajan, who runs her own academy for skydiving called Phoenix Skydiving has got the attention by doing the adventure spot while wearing a saree at Thailand's Skydiving Center in Pattaya. The woman holds six world records and 17 national records. The woman reportedly said that it’s a tribute to both her Maharashtrian culture and to women.
A video of a 8-year-old girl saving her younger brother from a charging cow in Karnataka’s Uttara Kannada district has gone viral on social media. Aarti was pushing around her 2-year-old brother Karthik in a toy car when a cow from nowhere ran charging at them. The video, captured on CCTV, shows the girl trying to save Karthik as the cow repeatedly attacks him. Then she is seen lifting him from the toy car and turning her back on the cow, risking her own life. Then a man emerges from the house and chases the cow away. However, the girl’s presence of mind and brave act had already saved the boy.
BY VIKRAMAN MANIRAJ | FEB 15, 2018 7:57 PM #GIRLSSAVESBROTHERFROMCOW #KARNATAKA #GIRLBRAVERY #INSPIRING NEWS
According to reports, a couple from Surat has been distributing 5,000 sanitary napkins every month for the past five years without any publicity and help. Following the release of the Bollywood film ‘Padman’, which addresses menstrual hygiene, the couple is now called the ‘Pad couple of Surat’. The couple, Meena and Atul Mehta, had also recently organised a screening of the film to make women know the importance of sanitary napkins.
In a video that was tweeted by the Western Railways, a mother and her son can be seen climbing down the staircase of the railway station to board a train. Even as the train started to move, the mother can be seen trying to board along with her son. An RPF, WR Constable Sunil Kumar Napa acted quickly and rescued the boy as he fell down. The scene was captured in the CCTV camera of the Naigaon station on February 2.
RPF, WR Constable Sunil Kumar Napa saved life of 7 Yr old boy while his mother & he tried to board a moving train at PF 2 at Naigaon Stn on 2/2/18. Sunil Kumar's lightening speed in rushing to rescue the child saved him. Exemplary courage & humanity @RailMinIndia @rpfwr1 @drmbct pic.twitter.com/s4aPGts5Ho— Western Railway (@WesternRly) February 3, 2018
Aadhi, a little boy from Kannur got to meet with his hero, the Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan after a video of him went viral on social media. The boy can be seen in the video throwing a huge tantrum and his mother telling him that if he does this he cannot meet the CM. The video went viral on Facebook after his mother, Rasina Ranjith shared it and a few days later the boy got to meet the CM and their photo was shared by his mother.
SPI Cinemas, headquartered in Chennai, has come up with a plan to offer the movie goers with free napkins on the account of them giving missed call to a prescribed number, say reports. The napkin vending machines are set up in the toilet at Sathyam theatre in Royapettah and the phone number is mentioned beside the machines. Woman can give a missed call to the number to get the free napkins from the automatic vending machines. The multiplex company has also reportedly planned to expand this plan to all of its cinema halls.
BY VIKRAMAN MANIRAJ | FEB 10, 2018 2:39 PM #SATHYAMCINEMAS #SPICINEMAS #NAPKINVENDINGMACHINE #PADMANCHALLENGE #INSPIRING NEWS
When Badri Baldawa (73), in 2011 saw a news about a man who drove from London to Delhi little did he know that he would be able to achieve something similar. Along with his wife (63) and granddaughter, the man drove from Mumbai to London by car for 72 days. The amount that he had spent for the same was just Rs 20 lakh. This including the hotel charges, food, and visas for 19 countries.
After the release of the movie, Dangal in 2016, many women have been inspired to take up wrestling. Recently, a video of a young Maharashtra girl winning against a boy in a wrestling competition has been going viral on social media. The 13-year-old girl in the video can be seen confidently wrestling her opponent and winning against him.
Moin Memon, a 43-year-old Muslim man based out of Ahmedabad has reportedly undertaken the renovation of a 500-year-old Hanuman temple. The man, a builder by profession, has reportedly devoted most of his time in the 'Bhid Bhanjan Hanuman' in Mirzapur of Ahmedabad.
A group of Muslims recently made meals for some Hindu pilgrims as a way of showing the unique unity in Tamil Nadu. As a khumbabishekam was held at the Selantara Nayagi Ambika Sametha temple in Pudukkottai, a few Muslims there decided to show their support by distributing prasadham and also went an extra mile by making meals for them. Nearly 5,000 Hindus were fed a scrumptious vegetarian meal on banana leaves near the temple.
Sij Hemal, an Indian-American doctor working at Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute helped a Nigerian banker named Toyin Ogundipe deliver her baby on an international flight from Paris to New York. He was helped by Dr. Stefanie Ortolan, a pediatrician. The mother, Toyin Ogundipe was quoted as saying, "They did everything a doctor or midwife would have done if I was in the labour room in the hospital. Even better, if you ask me."
Jai Raiveesen, a film director started his dream project to show the original beauty of India. Little did he know that it will take him eight years to complete the project. The video shows various celebrations, cultures and the vibrant colours of India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Watch the video here to truly enjoy the India theat you would have seen never before.
According to NDTV reports, two young men, Mahesh and Suraj Giri, risked their lives to save over 50 lives during the tragic fire accident at Mumbai's Kamala Mills on Friday. Both the men working in the next building saw the fire and rushed to help the people stuck inside the building. Reportedly, the two climbed pipes to reach the fourth floor, broke open the lock on the exit and helped bring out people. "The smoke in the restaurant was black, so thick and pungent that one couldn't breathe for even for two minutes. I covered my nose with my shirt and just went in and then I kept pushing people to the exit," Suraj recalled. 14 people were killed in the incident while 54 people were admitted to various hospitals due to injury.
A Muslim neighbourhood in South Kashmir’s Lewdora has adopted four orphan Kashmiri Hindu children after their mother, Baby Kaul, passed away on Saturday. The children’s father too had passed away due to a debilitating disease related to diabetes. The neighbourhood adopted two girls aged 15 and 16 and two boys aged 15 and 7. Hundreds poured in to participate in Kaul’s last rites.