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Meet Dr. Ashwani Parashar who gave life to Rajghat

This story of change in Rajghat is very inspiring. It started in the year 2016 when Ashwani Parashar, who is doing MBBS from Rajasthan capital Jaipur, came to his home in Dhaulpur during Diwali holidays. Ashwani’s other medical, engineering and law colleagues were also at that time. Everyone decided that why not celebrate the joy of Diwali this time in …

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Meet Anshula Kant First Female MD & CFO of World Bank

Anshula Kant, who known as managing director of the State Bank of India, has been appointed as managing director and chief financial officer of the World Bank, its president David Malpass announced on 12 July 2019. Her appointment has made every Indian proud. As Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer, Kant will be responsible for financial and risk management of the …

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Inspiring story: Trio of Mother and Daughter US women pilots

16 Mar 2019, On a warm Los Angeles afternoon, Kelly Jacobson is inspecting nearly every external inch of her 200,000-pound aircraft through the thick aviator sunglasses she fuses with her Delta Air Lines uniform. She’ll be flying the Boeing 757 alongside a pilot she has a lot of hours with outside the cockpit. Capt. Wendy Rexon (mother) and first officer …

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The inspiring story of Cafe Coffee Day founder VG Siddhartha

V. G. Siddhartha is an Indian businessman from Karnataka. He is famous as the founder-owner of Cafe Coffee Day, one of India’s largest coffee chains. He comes from a family that has been in the business of coffee plantation for around 140 years. He obtained a master’s degree in economics from Mangalore University, Karnataka. He is married to a daughter of …

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The inspiring story of Hima Das: Indian Sprint Queen from Assam

Hima Das, also known as the “Dhing Express”, is an Indian sprint runner from Assam. She belongs to the Keot community, an indigenous community of Assam. Her parents, Jonali Das and Ronjit Das are rice farmers. Initially, Hima was interested in football. She has played for many local clubs as a striker. However, she opted for sprint running in 2016 at …

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Mandi doctor spends from own pocket for patients

Dr Uday Bhanu Rana Giving frees us from the familiar territory of our own needs by opening our mind to the unexplained worlds occupied by the needs of others. Kudos to this humane doctor. Rare to find such gems. Dr Uday Bhanu Rana, gynaecologist, posted in the Zonal Hospital here has shelled out Rs 12 lakh from his own pocket …

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Last Call for Entries : Don’t Give Up : An Anthology of Inspirational Stories & Poems by Pulmis

“Don’t Give Up World : An Anthology !” Sometimes One thought ! One moment ! One Story or One Poem can change someone’s life ! It gives me extreme pleasure to share that DONT GIVE UP WORLD in association with Pulmis will bring to you our First Book titled “Don’t Give Up World : An Anthology !” Currently multiple people …

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SWAPNA BARMAN WINNING GOLD MEDAL AT ASIAN GAMES 2018 - DONTGIVEUPWORLD

STORY OF SWAPNA BARMAN THE FIRST INDIAN HEPTATHLON GOLD MEDAL WINNER

“Medal na jitle bari firbo na (won’t return home, unless I win a medal),” Swapna had told her mother. To make her words come true she endured the pain like no one else. Swapna kept on running with pain due to her six toed legs and ill-fitting shoes, a disc bulge, injuries to her knee and ankle, an excruciating toothache …

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SWAMI VIVEKANANDA ON CONTACT AND CONNECTION - DONTGIVEUPWORLD

STORY ON CONTACT AND CONNECTION BY SWAMI VIVEKANANDA

SWAMI VIVEKANANDA – DONTGIVEUPWORLD A monk of the Ramakrishna mission was being interviewed by a journalist from New York. The journalist started Interviewing the monk as planned earlier. Journalist – “sir, in your last lecture, you told us about jogajog (contact) & sanjog (connection). It’s really confusing. Can you explain? “ The monk smiled and apparently deviating from the question …

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Yashasvi Jaiswal: From Sleeping in a Tent to Making India Under-19

As a young boy, Yashasvi Jaiswal was living with the groundsmen in the Muslim United Club’s tent at the Azad Maidan ground in Mumbai for three years with a dream in mind to play cricket for India. He was 11 years old then. Six years later, Yashasvi, now 17, is ready to join the under-19 Indian team as a middle …

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