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Video/Read : Meet The Artisans Who Are Visually Impaired And Are Bringing Lights…

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“I give light to others. I don’t care whether I have light in my life or not,” says Nitesh Kumar Mathur from Bihar who is visually impaired and has been making candles since last one year.  Nitesh lost his eyesight when he was 13 and now at the age of 24 he has challenged his disability and has defied all …

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A tribute To Real Heroes! A Tribute To Indian Army!

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Jab desh me thi diwali, woh khel rahe the holi Jab ham baithe the gharo me, woh jhel rahe the goli The dhanya javaan woh aapane, thee dhanya woh unaki javaani Jo shahid huye hain unaki, jara yaad karo kurbaani. paying our deepest tributes to the heroes who lost their lives saving our motherland, bringing us peace. Lets bow our …

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MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO ON DIWALI – RESPECT YOUR PARENTS

MOTIVATIONAL VIDEO ON DIWALI – RESPECT YOUR PARENTS

  RESPECT YOUR PARENTS Our Parents are our life and soul, we must look after their happiness, they have sacrificed for us each and everything in their life. Today it’s our responsibility to keep our parents happy in whatever way we can, even if we have to change our lifestyle and to adjust according to their way of life, we …

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3 Skaters Clinch Bronze Medal In The Asian Championships : Make India Proud

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Vikram Ingale, Nikhilesh Tabhane and Dhanush Babu, scripted history at the ongoing 17th Asian Speed Skating Championships in Lishui, China by becoming a part of a very short list of Indian skaters to win an international medal. The three skaters surpassed all expectations to clinch a bronze medal in the 3000m senior men’s track relay event.  Skating in India is …

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Noelia Garella’s Is The First Ever Argentine Woman With Down Syndrome To Teach Nursery Kids

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As a kid she was told by a school that she is a ‘Monster’and was denied admission. Now she is a 31-year-old woman and has a class of her own, isn’t that amazing? It is a slap on the face of people who denied her admission. She is now the first person with Down Syndrome to work as preschool teacher …

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