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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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Govt School Principal Pays Rs 1000 To Each Students To Encourage Admissions

In a small government primary school in Konjady of Karnataka’s Mangalore district, the principal, Suresh Shetty has started an innovative way of retaining the school’s students. In this school, which is some 50 kms from Udupi town, Shetty gives Rs. 1000 as a bond money to each student from his own salary. Reportedly, when he joined the school three years …

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Tea-Seller ‘s Daughter Wins Scholarship Of Rs 3.8 Cr To Study In Top US College

Until last month, UP’s Sudeeksha Bhati was like any other CBSE student awaiting her Class 12 board exam results. But after one of USA’s top colleges granted a scholarship worth Rs. 3.8 crore to her, Bhati has become a beacon of hope for many kids in India. Her academic excellence did not stop there. Sudeeksha is also CBSE Class XII …

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Chef Vikas Khanna Finds Muslim Family That Saved Him During Mumbai Riots

Chef Vikas Khanna has fasted for a day every Ramadan since 1992 to honour the Muslim family that saved him during the Mumbai riots   Every year since 1992, Chef Vikas Khanna has fasted for a day during the holy month of Ramadan to honour a Muslim family he credits with saving his life during the 1992 riots in Mumbai. …

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J&K IPS Officer Coaches Students In Free Time ,To Fulfill Their Dreams

Apart from the duty of maintaining law and order, a young IPS officer posted in Jammu and Kashmir is giving free coaching classes to candidates aspiring to crack competitive exams. Sandeep Chaudhary, South Jammu Superintendent of Police, is helping no less than 150 students. Calling it ‘Operation Dreams’, he started his classes from May 30. Every morning for two hours …

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Meet The Unsung Toppers Of CBSE Aafreen Shaik And Prince Kumar

Remember those occasions when we used to complain about studying for board exams. A lot of complains, even though we had no liabilities or responsibilities other than being a good student. Carefree, hope-filled school days when our parents tried to provide us with the best education even at the cost of their own comfort. Here are some students who faced …

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JIM THROPE MOTIVATIONAL STORY@DONTGIVEUPWORLD

LOST HIS SHOES BUT NOT RACE THIS STORY OF JIM THROPE WILL MOTIVATE YOU TO FIND A WAY ALWAYS

This is Jim Thorpe. Look closely at the photo, you can see that he’s wearing different socks and shoes. This wasn’t a fashion statement. It was the 1912 Olympics, and Jim, an American Indian from Oklahoma represented the U.S. in track and field. On the morning of his competitions, his shoes were stolen. Luckily, Jim ended up finding two shoes …

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