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  1. Post the deadly Pulwama terror attack, the entire country is left in a state of horror and shock. Over 40 CRPF personnel lost their lives and we're still trying to put the pieces together, all across the country, not sure if they'll fit anymore. But an international humanitarian organisation by the name of 'Khalsa Aid' and some local Gurudwaras and individual Sikhs helped the Kashmiri population who were trying to escape vigilante mob attacks all across the country and we know for sure there is still some faith left in humanity. © Twitter The organisation gave protection, food and shelter to many stranded Kashmiris and helped them reach back safe to their homes in Kashmir. The violence erupted all over North India where many Kahsmiri students were being attacked in retaliation to the attack on the 14th of February and with the help of Khalsa Aid, they've all made it back home safe. © Twitter As a mark of gratitude and in order to thank the Sikh communities, the Kashmiris have now expressed their love for the Sikhs for helping them out in times of need and have offered free services to the Sikhs, namely medical treatments and education and free snow bike rides in Gulmarg. © Twitter So much so, a cartoon caricatured by a Kashmiri cartoonist by the name of Suhail Naqshbandi has gone viral on social media. The sketch depicts a Sikh offering a helping hand to a drowning Kashmiri, narrating the benevolent services and gratitude towards the brotherhood. Sardar means a leader and they lead by example. Hats off to them for being everywhere to help the humanity. @Khalsa_Aid #kashmirisindistress #kashmir pic.twitter.com/H6kUfIVlzk — Suhail Naqshbandi (@hailsuhail) 20 February 2019 The cartoonist tweeted: “Sardar means a leader and they lead by example. Hats off for being everywhere to help.” The post went viral on Twitter and was re-tweeted many times. The cartoon was also shared by former Jammu & Kashmir chief ministers Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah. I salute our Sikh brethren who came to the aid of young Kashmiris all over the country. Admire their exemplary spirit to serve with utmost dignity & fortitude. https://t.co/rOGN4mS2PA — Mehbooba Mufti (@MehboobaMufti) 20 February 2019 This cartoon is very apt. The Sikh sangat has gone above & beyond the call of duty in reaching out & helping Kashmiris in distress, whether in Jammu or outside the state. A special thanks to @capt_amarinder Sahib for his statesmanship in ensuring security & safety for Kashmiris. https://t.co/QRPsTf1JoI — Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) 20 February 2019 Although, the Khalsa Aid CEO Ravinder Singh corrected the former CM from the National Conference for giving credit to the Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh and over a tweet told him the effort was made by the Gurudwaras. With due respect the initiative was taken by the GURDWARAS in Chandigarh and then the @khalsaaid_india team funded & coordinated the 20 buses for the students. It was the Panjabi people's love for humanity ðð»ðð» @OmarAbdullah https://t.co/L4BIkhHvrP — ravinder singh (@RaviSinghKA) 20 February 2019 A lot others took to the internet as well, to express their gratitude. No one in #Punjab can harm any #Kashmiri..strong message from #SikhCommunity to mindless mob after #PulwamaTerrorAttacks .Thanks to Sikh Community. Other must learn form them.#Pulwama #PulwamaEncounter #KashmiriMuslims #Kashmir pic.twitter.com/lNyAacSuig — Manzoor Shah (@manzoorshah_JK) 19 February 2019 Appreciations,⤠n respect being paid to the Sikh community from #Kashmir. Discount on shopping, free admissions,free coaching, free gifts n what not. Request every Kashmiri to donate wholeheartedly 4 @Khalsa_Aid international who r always there to help irrespective.#pulwama — Firdous Shah (@shah__firdous) 21 February 2019 Kashmir is indebted to our Sikh Comunity Khalsa Aid & sm gud souls who hv com frwd to help Kashmiris stuck in other States and wr in dire need of help post Pulwama Attack Salutes to you all ð#HumanityStillExists#ThankYouFromKashmir@Shehla_Rashid @SagrikaKissu @KangriCarrier — Ali Irfan (@AliIrfan_09) 20 February 2019 Sikhs always stand against tyranny, oppression and discrimination. Thank you @Khalsa_Aid, @amarpreet1313 and @RaviSinghKA, alongside local Gurdwaras and local Sikhs, for exemplifying this after #Pulwama. ðð½ðªð½ pic.twitter.com/0l8G571CCm — Jaskaran Sandhu (@jaysingh_01) 21 February 2019 A Srinagar based restaurateur, Java Parsa was among the stranded Kashmiris and he recounted his experience with the Khalsa Aid community and took to Twitter too to express his gratitude towards then. He said the Sikh community " fixed my heart and restored my faith in humanity". He helped give aid to a lot of stranded students as well. Zindabaad @Khalsa_Aid pic.twitter.com/PtqO2lLSv1 — Javid Parsa (@parsa_javid) 18 February 2019 #KashmiriStudents thanks for #Sikh community in #India after situation of hate & fear created by some goons after #PulwamaAttack. Those chanting #IndiaWantsRevenge and #BadlaKab #Badla should learn some #Humanity. If U want #Kashmir but Hate #Kashmiris. #Shame #WednesdayWisdom pic.twitter.com/4fPCiqgVA0 — Mehreen Chisti (@mehreen_chisti) 20 February 2019 Thanks to Sikh community and @Khalsa_Aid for helping and rescuing Kashmiris. pic.twitter.com/PPLTxslgWF — Daanish Bin Nabi (@DaanishBinNabi) 20 February 2019 Many Kashmiris also recounted how many Sikhs stood outside college and universities, guarding students from the vigilante mob. Sikhs guarding one of the college in Punjab at night. Sikhs in groups went from college to college in Punjab to look for Kashmiri students and help them out following mob attacks on Kashmiris at many places. pic.twitter.com/nHbq1bfrjI — Muhammad Raafi' (@MohammadRaafi) 19 February 2019 © Twitter Truly, kindness and a helping hand at such tough times is all we need to restore our faith in humanity and Khalsa Aid along with many other Sikhs have gone beyond just giving a helping hand. They've taught us what true brotherhood really looks like. We at MensXP would like to extend much gratitude towards the community and we hope they continue such good and kind work always.
  2. The Pulwama terror attack has left the entire nation in a state of horror and shock. Over 40 CRPF personnel lost their lives in the terrorist attack and a state of grave remorse and grief has struck everyone. © Twitter In the aftermath of the Pulwama attacks, a lot of Kashmiri students across the country have been under threat of verbal and physical violence and even though communal hatred is not something that is preached in a democracy, it is sad to know and witness that something like this can still fall upon us. As a result, many Kashmiri students are trying to run back home but it is not possible to be dislocated for something they are not even responsible for, right? In North India, Delhi and Dehradun have reported a big number of retaliation attacks on Kashmiri students. Khalsa Aid organisation has come forward to offer help to all distressed students and is even helping students go back home. In the midst of angst & hatred @Khalsa_Aid stands out for love & humanity This pic showing transportation of Kashmiri students by Khalsa Aid volunteers from Dehradun & Chandigarh @BDUTT @Nidhi @ReallySwara#Pulwama #PulwamaAttack #Kashmiri #KashmirTerrorAttack pic.twitter.com/YBihZ90Dh5 — Angad Singh (@Angad_Pb) February 19, 2019 We are all kashmiris thanks to @Khalsa_Aid proud on you #seikhcommunity help our students provide shelters foods.. Alhamdulillah all kashmiris feel safe in #Gurudwara Really Singh is king Humanity example Brotherhood pic.twitter.com/7yVD0eys4x — Liaquat Tanha (@liaquat_tanha) February 19, 2019 Besides providing transportation and helping the students relocate, the good Samaritans at Khalsa Aid are ensuring that they are provided with all sanitation needs and food as well. There are so many Muslim organisations in India be it Jamat-e-Islami Hind, Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Hind, Owaisis, Madnis and all. Nobody came to the rescue of Kashmiri students But Sikh organisations @Khalsa_Aid did... Sikh friends in Punjab did a commendable... Allah bless you all pic.twitter.com/X73WeprKi8 — Liaquat Tanha (@liaquat_tanha) February 19, 2019 More than 20 buses have been arranged and funded for Kashmiri students to travel from Punjab to Kashmir. Kashmiri Students : Our India team continues to assist the Kashmiri students with safe evacuation. We have so far funded 20 buses from Panjab to Kashmir. Our Tnx to all the amazing volunteers who assisted @amarpreet1313 with this task...@RisingKashmir pic.twitter.com/UDO2tQYK0r — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) February 19, 2019 Needless to say, nothing at all is done to earn goodwill or prove a point. The point here is simple: humanity is the biggest religion of them all. If we can learn from this example and do our bit, then we succeed as humans. For all @Khalsa_Aid has done for Kashmiri people in the past few days deserves our utmost respect. The Sikh brethren has come to our aid when we needed them the most. They represent the difference between the educated people and the literate people. — Sheikh Hamzah (@sheikh_hamzah) February 19, 2019 This is creating the real goodwill, brotherhood. The Kashmiris can only offer â¤â¤â¤ @Khalsa_Aid https://t.co/4FkoQBwm0M — Ishfaq Tantry (@ishfaqtantry) February 18, 2019 I am thankful to all Sikh Community @Khalsa_Aid behalf of me, behalf of Whole Kashmiries for protecting our sisters and brothers in India.. our prayers and love will remain with you.. thank you so much. â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/IcPZXrEXDw — Liaquat Tanha (@liaquat_tanha) February 19, 2019 Let's try to unite and deal with the problem at hand like a nation should. Driving away students in the name of communal hatred gives no results. The Khalsa Aid has always proved to be a stellar example of humanity and the organisation consists of true heroes who believe in the concept of 'seva'. Kashmiri students,who studies in punjab,dehradun nd other states,came to gurudwara singh shaheeda bcoz of insecurities faced.all facilities provided to them nd @Khalsa_Aid provided them transportation to j&k nd assured security frm punjab police#PulwamaAttack#Prabhas pic.twitter.com/VI8Wij43VE — Harpreet Kaur Narwal (@HarpreetPrabhas) February 19, 2019 Fixed my heart, restored my faith in humanity and said my thanks. Zindabaad @Khalsa_Aid Khudayas Hawale! ð pic.twitter.com/rKS57xQqwR — Javid Parsa (@parsa_javid) February 18, 2019 Together we can and we will make a difference, if only we truly want it.
  3. No one's talking about the devastating floods in Kerala anymore, but that doesn't mean everything there has been fixed and restored, it just means that people have seemingly stopped taking an interest since it has become 'old news' now. But, the Khalsa Aid is always there to help, no matter what. We have already heard so many great things about this organization, that tirelessly and selflessly helps anyone in need, but they always surprise us even more. Tweeting about how the Khalsa Aid workers are still in Kerala helping in rehabilitation, they made sure to remind people that they would never simply walk away just a few days after a disaster. We are STILL in Kerala after the floods last year ! We don't walk away few days after the disaster... We remain committed. #Kerala #KeralaFloods pic.twitter.com/Ly5f45SNAV — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) January 3, 2019 Now that really is commitment! Talking to IndiaTimes, Amarjeet Singh from Khalsa Aid said, “Currently, we are helping people resurrect their broken lives and for that, we are rebuilding houses and other amenities in Alleppey district. Currently, a team of five members is looking after the rebuilding work and we want to ensure that people's lives get back to normal as soon as possible.” He added, “Currently, we have adopted two local schools completely devastated in the floods and we are on revamping the schools so that the children can get back to their studies as soon as possible.” Everyone is praising and applauding them, and rightly so. Thank you bros for staying and inspiring !! â¤ï¸ — AJ (@ann_08__) January 5, 2019 Good job, indeed. Good job khalsa aid â¬ð — ਦà©à¨¦à¨¾à¨° ਸਿੰਠ(@agwsftdzpLndZA3) January 3, 2019 Good job as always. As requested multiple times, can you start accepting donations in INR and possibly also get the donations tax-exempt ? — Jaspreet Singh (@jaspreet20) January 3, 2019 It really is. True commitment ðhttps://t.co/AY7wW9ojwv — Chitra Narayanan (@ndcnn) January 5, 2019 It's proving Humanityðð¹ð https://t.co/DFJcLGCwW8 — mohari pj adidela (@mohariecopal) January 4, 2019 Exactly. भà¤à¤µà¤¾à¤¨ à¤à¤¸à¤¾ साहस सबà¤à¥ दॠ। https://t.co/ZlxWhByJSP — Singh Parminder Singh (@just_Param) January 4, 2019 Yep. That's what Khalsa does. #KhalsaAid @Khalsa_Aid https://t.co/LpTTbD4nO5 — Manvir Singha (@RoyalSinghh) January 4, 2019
  4. Ever since his appointment as captain, Virat Kohli, owing to his hard work and dedication to cricket, has been an example for his Team India mates. His leadership has allowed Indian cricket to scale new heights, while his artistry with the willow has impressed all. The Indian captain's focus on fitness, too, has inspired his teammates to step up their game in the gym. A brilliant batsman, great leader and a fitting role model for the youth; Kohli has checked all those boxes over the years. But, recently, far away from the cricket field, the Delhi cricketer showed everyone that he is also considerate and a good human being. In a touching gesture for his teammates, Kohli along with his wife Anushka Sharma - who are also celebrating their first wedding anniversary today - happily gave away their cosy business class seats to the Indian seamers during their trip from Adelaide to Perth. Witnessed @imVkohli & his wife give up their Business class seats to allow the Quicks more comfort & space on the trip from Adelaide - Perth !! Danger Australia .. Not only are the quicks more relaxed .. The Skipper is managing his troops with great human touches #AUSvIND — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) December 11, 2018 Former England cricketer Michael Vaughan, who is also in Australia as a cricket pundit, revealed that both Kohli and Anushka produced the heartfelt gesture for the Indian pace battery to ensure they felt more comfort during their flight to Perth. "Witnessed @imVkohli & his wife give up their Business class seats to allow the Quicks more comfort & space on the trip from Adelaide - Perth !! Danger Australia. Not only are the quicks more relaxed. The Skipper is managing his troops with great human touches #AUSvIND," former England captain tweeted. © Reuters Earlier, during India's memorable 31-run triumph over Australia in Adelaide, Kohli added yet another feather to his cap. For a man who has witnessed a marauding run this year, Kohli couldn't do much with the willow as he managed to score just 3 & 34 across two innings. But, even if his bat couldn't breathe fire, Kohli, with his impeccable leadership skills, still clinched the unique feat of becoming the first-ever Asian captain to win a Test match in at least South Africa, England and Australia. Though there are still three more Tests to go Down Under and Australia, despite the absence of their stalwarts Steve Smith and David Warner, still pose threat to India, the Kohli brigade, for now, can bask in the glory of a brilliant team effort that has allowed them to take a crucial 1-0 lead in what promises to be an exciting series.
  5. Arguably one of the most popular cricketers and one of the successful Indian captains, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his ever-growing stature needs no introduction to cricket. While his leadership skills allowed the Indian cricket team to scale new heights, his batting prowess saw him being hailed as one of the best finishers of the game. He might have renounced his captaincy to pave way for Virat Kohli, but there is little doubt over his popularity amongst cricket fans. For a man who has aided Indian cricket for a really long time now, Dhoni often attracts criticism which is generally focussed on his batting slump and age. His inconsistency with the willow has given the critics enough arsenal to fire verbal volleys at him. The most recent being his low strike-rate during the second ODI against England where India failed to chase down the target of 323 runs. Coming in to bat at a time when India had lost skipper Kohli and the asking rate consistently rising, Dhoni could only manage to score 59-ball 37 which included just two boundaries. He was eventually dismissed in the 47th over by Liam Plunkett as India succumbed to a 86-run defeat. © Reuters The third ODI, eventually a series decider, once again saw Dhoni failing to hit the ground running with the willow. The Jharkhand cricketer scored 42 runs off 66 deliveries as India could only amass 256 runs in 50 overs. In reply, England chased down the target with eight wickets and 33 deliveries to spare, eventually clinching the series 2-1. Dhoni's mediocre performance attracted heavy criticism from fans and pundits alike. Many even went on to speculate that Dhoni's illustrious career was probably coming to an end. For someone who has been closely watched throughout his career, criticism was nothing new for Dhoni but his batting slump in England was probably not his doing. Before going to England, Dhoni had enjoyed a good run in the eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) where he led the returning Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to their third title triumph. He scored 455 runs in 18 matches at an average of 40.16 and a strike-rate of over 130. There was no shortage of big hits either as Dhoni smashed 24 fours and 30 sixes in the tournament. So what really went wrong for the CSK captain in England, you'd ask? Well, it's his batting position. © Reuters Playing for CSK in IPL 2018, Dhoni ripped the opposition bowlers apart and got his team over the line consistently by batting at the No. 4 position. It allowed him the time to settle in and build the innings before going hammer and tongs at the opposition bowlers in the death overs. But, during the limited-overs series against England, the hard-hitting Dhoni we all saw in the iconic yellow CSK jersey was nowhere to be found. With the Indian middle-order packed with specialist batsmen carrying out their respective roles, Dhoni came to bat down the order and had comparatively lesser balls to face. He might have enthralled us all by going big right from the word go in the past, but if we're being practical, Dhoni is neither the same finisher, nor he is young. From being an aggressor, Dhoni has transformed into an accumulator for Team India. And, that's exactly why the 2018 Asia Cup is a perfect opportunity for this old warhorse to win over the fans and critics. Ahead of this year's Asia Cup, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had decided to rest skipper Kohli for the tournament. While Kohli's absence didn't really go down well with host broadcaster Star, it seems to be a blessing in disguise for Dhoni. With Kohli unavailable for the No. 3 slot, Dhoni now has a chance to come up the order - probably at No. 4 - to anchor the innings for his side before accelerating in the final overs. © Reuters A vital cog in Team India's batting line-up, Dhoni will be crucial for keeping the middle-order intact at the Asia Cup. With India's most consistent batsman Kohli missing out, India's opponents will fancy their chances and could potentially target the team's shaky middle-order in a bid to produce an upset. And, this is where Dhoni's experience will come in handy for Rohit Sharma-led India. Going into the tournament, Dhoni has another confidence booster in the form of his Bradman-esque average in Asia Cup. The right-hander has been unbeaten in his last 7 innings in the tournament, scoring 113 runs at a strike-rate of 213.21. Among the batsmen who have scored more than 500 runs in the competition, Dhoni has the highest average of 95.16 in the history of Asia Cup. Apart from silencing his critics, the Asia Cup can also prove to be a platform for Dhoni to cement his position in the side for the coveted 2019 ICC World Cup in England. As India gear up to defend their Asia Cup title this year, Dhoni will be eager to make the opportunity count on the back of a prolific showing with the willow.
  6. From Shah Rukh Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput to Amitabh Bachchan, actors are donating huge amounts of money to help Kerala battle one of the worst floods in history. In fact, they are continuously urging their fans to contribute to relief funds as well. © Reuters While, most celebrities are helping Kerala financially and raising awareness on social media, what actor Randeep Hooda is doing for the flood victims is truly commendable and a noble gesture. Instead of just posting messages and prayers on social media, actor Randeep Hooda has actually travelled to Kerala to provide help to the flood victims and actively participate in the relief work. #EidMubarak ð and thank you for all the wonderful blessings and wishes for my birthday.. feeling blessed to be a part of @Khalsa_Aid team of volunteers helping in #KeralaFloodRelief .. every little step counts.. to help https://t.co/xQXd7ikrus ð pic.twitter.com/eUWEWGfbz2 — Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) August 22, 2018 Hooda has joined as a volunteer with the Khalsa Aid group, a non-profit organisation that has time and again rescued and provided help to people across the world. Recently, Khalsa Aid group posted a picture on Insatgram where the actor is seen serving food to people at the langar. Bollywood actor @randeephooda joins the Khalsa Aid team in #Kerala ! It's great to see celebrities on the ground and not just simply commenting on social media. #KeralaFloods #Seva #Langar #Kerala #KhalsaAid #Humanity #RandeepHooda #OneLove #SarbatDaBhalla A post shared by Khalsa Aid (UK) (@khalsa_aid) on Aug 22, 2018 at 7:48am PDT A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with freedom! #KeralaFloods2018 #KeralaFloodRelief #Kerala #JammuAndKashmir #Mumbai #humanity #RealHeroes #KhalsaAid #motivation #RandeepHooda @Khalsa_Aid pic.twitter.com/qtw8OknZjj — Randeep Hooda FC (@Randeep_HoodaFC) August 23, 2018 They even wrote, "It's great to see celebrities on the ground and not just simply commenting on social media." Through organising langars, the group has served food to thousands of people. Randeep Hooda at Kerala serving food, providing relief and helping the flood victims with the volunteers of @Khalsa_Aid#KeralaFloodRelief #RandeepHooda pic.twitter.com/ZiEQ8eYAFL — Randeep Hooda FC (@Randeep_HoodaFC) August 22, 2018 What Randeep is doing for Kerala flood survivors has left his fans beaming with pride and joy. In all honesty, he truly deserves all our respect for his noble and brave gesture. This isn't the first time that Randeep has volunteered with Khalsa Aid. Last year, after Ganpati visarjan he helped clean the grabage from Mumbai's Versova beach.
  7. While the torrential rains seem to have stopped in Kerala right now causing the water levels to subside slightly, the devastating damage that the deadly floods have left in its wake continues to take a toll on the life of the people in the state, who are trying to rebuild their lives now. With family members missing, homes completely razed to the ground, unimaginable loss of property and the death toll rising by the day, the natural calamity is truly a tragedy that has shaken up the entire nation. © Facebook Thanks to social media, a lot of people are now donating whatever they can to help the victims and while few celebrities and influencers continue donating, most are restricting themselves to raising awareness on social media only. One doesn't become a hero simply by starring in a fictional project but by doing what a hero is supposed to do. Once again, the Khalsa Aid Organization came on board with its team of stellar volunteers to do their bit in providing help in Kerala. © Facebook © Facebook The volunteers have been relentlessly cooking meals for people stuck with no food and drinking water, as over 8000 people are being served by them and they continue to do their bit. The organisation is also constantly purchasing more food and other items with the help of donations coming its way. In case you wish to contribute and help them continue their sewa, here are the details that will help you in your donations. Real heroes don't wear capes or star in glitzy movies, they are actual people who come to the aid of their fellow humans, when they are in need.
  8. Representational image. Photo: AFPSupplying clean water and toilets for all could take hundreds of years in countries like Eritrea and Namibia unless governments step up funding to tackle the problem and its harmful effects on health, an...
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