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This Indian headmaster spent his savings so that his students could fly for the first time

This is a heartwarming story of how selfless and largehearted a human can be! Kishore Kanase is a headmaster of a government school in a small village in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Many of his students have never even traveled in a train, let alone an airplane. Last year, when he took his students for a trip to Agra, he overheard them saying they would want to fly in a plane. The idea stuck with Kishore...

February 28, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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This kindhearted vet treats pets of homeless people in California for free

A little less than a decade ago, Dr. Kwane Stewart, a veterinarian from California, got a chance to treat pets of people who were homeless in Modesto. While treating the animals, he realized that the pets offered so much more than just companionship to their owners – they also offered love, hope, and security. That is when he decided to do provide this unique type of medical care in his community. What...

February 27, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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Ravaged by bushfires and recent flooding, Australia is now getting power back, thanks to this philanthropist couple

Australia has been constantly in the news over the past few months – first due to the utterly devastating wildfires and lately, due to torrential downpour that helped tackle the bushfire crisis massively but also resulted in serious flooding across southern Australia. These twin disasters caused dozens of communities to go without power. However, now several tech companies have begun installing solar...

February 26, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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This Indian police officer makes all the police stations under his district differently-abled friendly

Paschim Medinipur is one of the districts in east Indian state of West Bengal, and it has witnessed amazing change in the people’s perception of the police force, thanks to the untiring efforts of Superintendent of Police (SP) Dinesh Kumar. Kumar launched an initiative called the Sugam Police, which means ‘accessible police’, for the locals. Under it, ramps were constructed for the wheelchair-enabled in as many...

February 21, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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This designer is working to build world’s first modern village that generates its own electricity and food in 100% sustainable loop

American architect James Ehrlich has been given a go-ahead by officials in the Netherlands to build an eco-village about 30 miles from Amsterdam. This village is going to be a modern neighborhood that would generate its own power using a closed loop system that would also recycle all the waste and generate all the food. Ehrlich is putting his own money on the line for his ambitious project. Ehrlich founded ReGen...

February 20, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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Meet the tiny braveheart who saved his entire family from house fire

Noah Woods, a 5-year-old boy from Bartow County, Georgia, recently saved his entire family from a house fire that could’ve proved fatal for them, had it not been for his quick thinking and action. A few days ago, Noah woke up to find his bedroom on fire. Instead of panicking, the little boy sprung to action. He grabbed his 2-year-old sister and got out of the house through his bedroom window. After that,...

February 19, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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Heartwarming story of an Indian woman who is transforming the lives of hundreds of homeless, abused and addicted kids

Hundreds of kids at the Sheoraphuli railway junction, which is 30 km away from a major metropolitan Indian city Kolkata, are living in deplorable conditions. Most are unable to afford even a single meal from the money they collect by begging. And so, they live on dendrite. Readily available in plastic tubes at any hardware shop, dendrite is an industrial glue used in the carpet industry. It is a hot favorite...

February 14, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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Australian soldiers are using their rest periods to care for koalas injured in the catastrophic bushfires

The 9th Brigade of the Australian Army was extremely busy these past few months in bushfire refief work as hundreds of devastating bushfires raged across the country, especially in New South Wales and Queensland. Thankfully, heavy downpour has extinguished more than 30 of the region’s active bushfires—and officials say the downpour could put out the rest of the fires by the end of the week. So officers from the...

February 13, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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Four kids lost during a blizzard in Alaska found alive – huddled together to protect the youngest!

Four young boys – Christopher Johnson, 14, Frank Johnson, 8, Ethan Camille, 7, and Trey Camille, 2 – were headed towards the dump near Nunam Iqua, a community on Alaska’s west coast on a snow-machine when a blinding snow storm hit the area, causing the kids to disappear. Thankfully, they were found by a search team more than 24 hours after they went missing. Bryan Simon and his team of search...

February 12, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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Locals have removed over 25,000 kilos of waste from this Indian beach over the last 12 months

Kundapura is a small coastal town in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. The condition of the town’s Kodi beach was deplorable owing to the huge amount of waste that came from a river that passes the beach in its course and also from tourists and locals. In February last year, Bharat Bangera and his group of friends decided to brew a mass cleanliness movement to mop up all the mess on the beach in...

February 07, 2020 by pooja pooja 0 Comments
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