"When 1 crore people are generating trash, 25,000 people are working hard to clean it. How much ever we do for them, it is less," Minister KT Rama Rao said.
Arham entered the prestigious Guinness World Record as the World’s Youngest Computer Programmer after he cleared the Python programming language.
In 2013, on a trip to the rural Sundarbans in West Bengal, he noticed he dismal condition of education in the state he called home. Taking a leap of faith, he quit his high paying job, and, in the same year, Biplab along with his two friends started Kishalay Foundation.
Keeping alive its motto of giving wings to medical aspirants hailing from the deprived sections of the society, an Odisha-based charitable group has achieved remarkable success this year also as all 19 students cracked the medical entrance examination NEET.
The pandemic has left marginalised communities such as transgenders and sex workers in desperate need of basic help like daily food and water. Meet the angels who help them out.
Rohit Mehra of the Indian Revenue Services has successfully created 75 human-made forests. Panning across India, the ‘mini-forests’ range from 2,000 square feet to 66,000 square feet in area in about three years.
A small nook-in-the-corner dhaba has gone viral thanks to the power of social media.
A young woman went viral on social media after her boss shared a video where she is shown dancing a little jig after getting the job.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Monday has launched a slum up-gradation and de-listing initiative under the JAGA Mission to make Odisha "slum-free" state in next three years.
To honour freedom fighters and soldiers who have sacrificed their lives for the country, Dileep Kumar Sikandar, a 54-year-old man from Bihar, has claimed that he has planted around one lakh saplings at Brahmyoni hill in Gaya since 1982.
The young student from Indore division carried her mother on scooty and traveled 300 kms to reach her Maharashtra for her mother's treatment.
Although online classes are the new normal, students are struggling to maintain focus and enthusiasm when learning. For teachers, it hasn’t been a cakewalk too. Here's 5 times they went out of their way to do better.
The boy accompanied by his father, Rabi a carpenter by profession, cycled for six hours to reach the exam centre in the city suburbs 75 km away on Wednesday.
These visuals from the aftermath of the Kozhikode crash are proof that humanity persists even in the face of a pandemic.
At a time when there are heartbreaking stories of owners abandoning their pets on the streets during the lockdown, it is indeed heartening to see more and more people taking care of the animals in their community.
While marriage has always been on the cards for the duo, the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic reaffirmed this. “[We realised] if we have each other, we're fine. And we just knew for sure that this was what we wanted to do for the rest of our lives,” she says.
Asma Sheikh, a 17-year-old footpath dweller, has scored 40 percent in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination, conducted by the Maharashtra state board.
This may look like a regular race - but once the video begins, this becomes a story of self-confidence, resilience, ambition, power, character and will.
Sonu Sood shared a clip of the story and offered to help get the cows back, and asked for a contact detail on Twitter.
The police are yet to ascertain how the girl boarded a bus which was heading to Birkur from Bodhan town.
The pandemic has exposed innumerable loopholes in our highly institutionalized society. Be it the medical infrastructure, the education system, the economy, or even the political administration. Each level has faltered with the sudden outbreak of the disease. Among the above-mentioned fields, the institution of education has had quite a turbulent journey ever since the institutes […]
During the course of Operation Muskaan, son Srinivas revealed that he was a native of Palakollu in the West Godavari district. The authorities then sprung into action and facilitated the reunion of Srinivas with his grieving mother.
Two policemen from Chennai went out of their way to raise money for a five-year-old girl’s open-heart surgery. We need more officers like them.