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  1. The timing of Saide's death came as LaBeouf was responding to allegations by Wilde that he was fired from her new film
  2. Hrithiksha, the 9-year-old daughter of a daily wage worker in Kushalnagar of Kodagu district lost her mother Prabha on May 16 to Covid 19. However, her heartbreaking plea asking for the phone to be returned is now being widely shared on social media. Check out the post here- Hrithiksha, daughter of a daily wage worker in Kushalnagar, lost her mother to Covid-19 on May 16. She is requesting people who might have taken her mother’s mobile at Covid hospital in Madikeri to give it back. She says that mobile has a lot of memories of her mother. pic.twitter.com/5lSJ4Yrhav — santhosh babu (@hypnobaba) May 23, 2021 Hrithiksha's aunt Akshitha said,"The phone was switched off when we tried calling her on Saturday (May 15) and the next day we were told she (Prabha) had died. We asked for the phone to be given back again but we were told by the hospital that it was missing. We have not got the mobile back yet.” She said, "Hrithiksha has been crying and asking for the mobile to be returned since the phone has a lot of photos of her mother.” Kodagu SP Kshama Mishra said, "We have taken up the complaint and we are contacting the hospital about the missing phone.” Here’s what people have to say about this- Heartbreaking to even read this! :( — Priyanka Bali (@priyankabali10) May 23, 2021May God bless her with all the happiness she deserves — Tarun Verma (@cosmic_buzz) May 23, 2021Heartbreaking to even read this! :( — Priyanka Bali (@priyankabali10) May 23, 2021Heartbreaking to even read this! :( — Priyanka Bali (@priyankabali10) May 23, 2021Can't believe it has happened in Coorg. I am living here since last 3 years and i feel this is one of the most safest place in India. But it is very sad to see such incidents here. — Akshay Sikarwar (@Akki_sikarwar) May 23, 2021This makes my heart weep..why is there so much suffering around me. — YASHWANT SINGH (@YASHWANT1994) May 23, 2021Pls jise bhi mobile mila ho ya chori kiya ho , wapas dedo — Harish Rathod (@Harish8888Hr) May 23, 2021What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  3. Life has pretty weird ways of working. It truly is the most unpredictable aspect of being alive. No two days are ever the same, and yet every day comes with a promise of something new - good or bad. While most of us may have experienced this one way or another, a young girl from Indore in Madhya Pradesh saw both the good and the ugly within a span of a few months. © TOI Indore’s Shubhangi Patil was a class 12th student this summer. However, just ahead of her boards, her mother fell severely ill and since the family had no financial standing to get Shubhangi’s mother treated, Shubhangi and her elder sister decided to take her to their maternal grandma’s house where her uncle could get their mother treated. With the decision made, Shubhangi embarked on a cumbersome, 300 km-long journey from Indore to Chopda in Maharashtra on her scooty, with her mother tucked behind her in a blanket. Not only did she successfully carry out the mission to get her mother the best care possible and another chance at life, Shubhangi also made the round trip in time to sit for her board exams. © TOI The lockdown didn’t make her life easier, since Shunbhangi and her sister only had Rs 500 to get them by, with no one else to rely on. However, having already lost her father in 2009 to kidney failure, Shubhangi also had to bear the news of her mother’s death in June. Now, with results coming out for this year’s board exam, it was discovered that Shubhangi has scored an impressive 87% in her 12th boards and has also become eligible for CM’s Rs 25,000 laptop scheme which is given to students who score 85% and above in their board exams. © Twitter/Asianet Newsable Shubhangi now plans to utilise this amount to finance her college fees that would help her become a tehsildar one day. Shubhangi’s story is yet another that when one wills it, it becomes possible to achieve the unimaginable. And although Shubhangi’s mother is no more to witness her achievements, we are sure she is proud of the person Shubhangi has become - one who stayed true to her responsibilities until the very end. View the full article
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