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Meet Reenu : How this 22-Yr-Old Survivor Chose To Win Hearts Over Patriarchy….


“So, can we speak for sometime? Aap busy toh nahi hain?” I asked after a brief introduction and preface to my phone call. “It is my break time now. Off course, we can speak,” she from the other side. Renu has been on my mind for quite sometime now. The story of her life is so common in our country that …

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No Money To buy Shoes ,Ajay Malik Beats Odds To Become National Tennis Champion


Making a mockery of high-class infrastructure and facilities, Ajay Malik has emerged as the new national tennis champion, literally from dirt, by practising on mud courts, developed by his father on agricultural land. At the just-concluded National Tennis Championship at the DLTA Complex, 13-year-old Ajay relied on his supreme strength and ordinary diet to win the Under-14 boys singles title. …

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Inspiratinal Story : Khaas Travel Agency , Providing Jobs To Physicaly -challenged women…


In Delhi, a travel agency is doing unique and amazing work by providing jobs to acid attack survivors and visually-challenged women. In 2012, Akash Bhardwaj foundedKhaas after selling his bike and wife’s jewelry to set up the enterprise. Khaas Travel Agency is making a difference by fighting against stereotypes and prejudice by employing more than 20 talented and dedicated physically-challenged employees. They manage everything right …

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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Wins Nobel Peace Prize Award 2016


The 2016 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos for his efforts to end his country’s lengthy civil war and bring peace to the land, despite the fact that the peace deal was voted down in a referendum less than a week ago. Santos had signed an agreement with FARC rebels (A Marxist group of …

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This Spanish Woman Left Everything And Is Helping Dalit Children In Our Country


Raquel Mason Palomeque, a woman from Spain, is serving for the Dalits in our country, something even we don’t do. She made India her home about a decade ago with a vision to offer a better life for Dalit children, senior citizens and underprivileged women.  It’s so appalling that even after 69 years of independence we are still bounded with …

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Inspirational Story Of Sushila Chanu : Captain Of India’s Women Hockey Team


India’s Women Hockey Team Captain Sushila Chanu: Sushila Chanu, a passionate,independent girl and most importantly, the captain of the Indian Women’s hockey team that went to Rio Olympics is also a train ticket collector in Mumbai Railway. She is sincere at  her job and loves her sport and dons the hat of a train ticket collector when not scoring goals …

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