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Indian Army Gorkha Rifles Won GOLD Medal At Cambrian Patrol, UK


A battalion from the Indian Army’s Gorkha Rifles has won a gold medal at one of the world’s most gruelling and challenging joint military exercises. The team 2/8 Gorkha was from the 2nd Battalion of the Gorkha Rifles. The “Exercise Cambrian Patrol” is organised by the British Army in the rugged mountains of Wales. This annual international military exercise is …

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Video/Read : From A Drought-Ridden Region In Rajasthan To A Green Oasis


The single-minded efforts of Chain Singh, a physically challenged man from Delwara, Rajasthan, helped in shaping the landscape from a dust-ridden environment of acute droughts and severely rationed drinking water to greenery and shady trees where the people of his region take pride in participating in his endeavours. Chain Singh first learnt about the impact of nature on climate in …

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Two Indians Will Celebrate Diwali In USA; Set To Create History In NBA


Cricket was the only sport that used to matter before. But times are changing. Indians are taking interest in other sports and making it big in the international arena. The National Basketball Association (NBA) is the men’s professional basketball league in North America. Not only is it considered to be the premier men’s professional basketball league in the world, but …

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Article : Meet These 5 Indian-Origin Children World’s Most Talented


Each year in North America, twenty-five kids (8-18 years) from diverse backgrounds are awarded Gloria Barron Prize for making a significant positive difference to people and the environment. This time five Indian-origin kids have been selected for their extraordinary initiatives and for being the most inspiring, public-spirited children . Raghav Ganesh:  Raghav (14) built a device named SmartWalk to help the visually-impaired. It is …

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Article/Read : Baby Left Outside Kalkaji Temple Rescued By Cops…..


“She had the umbilical cord still attached to her. She was shivering and was breathing slowly.” A recent heartbreaking incident has come to light where the staff of the RK Puram police station in South Delhi found a newborn baby abandoned under the Munirka flyover in south Delhi.  As reported by Hindustan Times, the police control room received a call …

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