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Chambal girl who pedalled her way to success, is now govt ambassador
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Roshni Bhadouriya, 15-year-old from Ajnol village of Bhind district, who paddled 24 kms daily to her school and came to limelight by scoring 98.7% in her Class 10 exam, has been made the brand ambassador of Madhya Pradesh women and child development ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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Cricket Buzz: Warner to reconsider future

IMAGE: David Warner with daughter Ivy Mae and wife Candice. Photograph: BCCI Prolific Australia opener David Warner says he may have to reconsider his future as an international cricketer owing to the global COVID-19 restrictions that will require him to travel without family to fulfil stringent quarantine conditions. Warner, who made a successful return to international cricket after serving a one-year ban for ball tampering, has three daughters with wife Candice. The 33-year-old said staying ...
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'My mom was not ill'

'We were shocked to know about her death.''We couldn't believe it because she was not sick or in a bad condition.' IMAGE: Saroj Khan with daughter Sukaina Nagpal. "Growing up, I was aware that my mother was a famous choreographer. I have seen my mom do miracles on screen," Saroj Khan's daughter Sukaina Nagpal says. Sukaina has witnessed many of these miracles, up close, when she escorted her mother to work. She tells Patcy N/, "When she was on the sets, she was not my mother. She was ...
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COVID-19 can reset wrongs done to invisible millions

'The Modi government must create conditions to integrate millions into the rural economy as many migrants are certainly not going to return to live an undignified life,' notes Ramesh Menon. IMAGE: Migrants stand in queues outside the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Photo   It took something as big as the COVID-19 pandemic to rake up our conscience and recognise the tragic plight of migrant labourers in India. We never cared about them as they silently ...
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How one man is changing young lives in India

When FEE began funding the education of bright Indian youngsters a few years ago, they didn't expect that 90 of their MBBS interns would join the fight against COVID-19 in 30 different Indian cities across 11 states.Anjuli Bhargava reports. Photograph: Kind courtesy British High Commission, New Delhi/Creative Commons In 1982, after he sold his stake in a company he had set up in the US for a substantial sum, Prabhu Goel, a gold medallist from IIT-Kanpur and a Carnegie Mellon alumnus found he ...
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From the Raj to Azadi, how I saw India change

As a child in British India, Bharati Dutt lived a privileged and sheltered life in an extended joint family of civil servants, doctors, engineers and Gandhians. Between the ages of seven and 11, when just old enough to understand, chronicle and remember, she witnessed the life-changing events that shaped a nation still struggling to break out of the shackles of its past and forge a new future. Mrs Dutt, who passed away early on Sunday morning and would have been 84 today, June 2, 2020, shared ...
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How women and children fared in one year of Modi 2.0

Around 700 migrant workers, women and children have lost their lives in this reverse migration.What is happening today with migrant labour is only a continuation of the policies pursued by the Modi regime for the last six years.It is not for nothing that India was ranked the most dangerous country in the world for women in 2018 by the Thompson Reuters Foundation poll, points out Rashme Sehgal. IMAGE: Migrant workers wait to get on a bus to reach a railway station in Ahmedabad to board a train ...
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Just take me home, son: Mother's plea to daily wager

Tears blurring her vision, Raji Devi watched the bus carrying migrant workers to Uttar Pradesh drive into the distance and turned to her son to say she just wants to be home and never wants to see a big city again.   THE WAR AGAINST COVID-19 IMAGE: A injured girl waits along with other migrants at a government school to get screened before boarding a bus for the Anand Vihar Railway Station to leave for his native place, during ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, in east Delhi, on Monday, May 18, ...
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