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  1. The situation in Ukraine is grim, it’s the 14th day into war as Russia continues to invade Ukraine. People are scrambling to get out of the country and those who aren’t, are picking up arms to support their country and fight for their homeland. At this time, sitting here, not much is in our hands. However, what is, is evacuating students and people who are stuck in Ukraine. And while ideally, the focus is on evacuating Indians, in times of crisis like this, nationality doesn’t matter, for the Indian embassy helped evacuate Pakistanis stuck in Ukraine, just the same. © Twitter/ANI Reminding us of Tiger Zinda Hai, where both Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif work together to rescue not just Indians but also Pakistani, a video of a Pakistani student Asma Shafique has gone viral, where she thanks the Indian embassy in Kyiv, to help her escape to the western part of Ukraine, from where she can further leave the country, to be finally reunited with her family. #WATCH | Pakistan's Asma Shafique thanks the Indian embassy in Kyiv and Prime Minister Modi for evacuating her. Shas been rescued by Indian authorities and is enroute to Western #Ukraine for further evacuation out of the country. She will be reunited with her family soon:Sources pic.twitter.com/9hiBWGKvNp — ANI (@ANI) March 9, 2022 The ANI video shows her dressed in a hijab, thanking the embassy and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for their efforts and mentions how none of this would have been made possible, had it not been for the Indian embassy. It is heartening to see that at times like these, when tragedy and terror are striking left, right and Center, our country is not backing down in offering support in ways that it can. The thing that breaks my heart is how thankless and rude was our students' behavior towards our own government. I don't know why they were expecting a 5-star treatment in such vulnerable conditions where people where struggling to save their lives. This is saddening. — Twinkiee (@Urbandesii_) March 9, 2022Our Indian students don't have any gratitude for the country or the government for saving their lives. #studentsinukraine — #SachKaSamna (@yedeshhemera) March 9, 2022While Pakistani students thanking efforts of Indian abbacy and PM. Indian students abuse him and the the effort on arrival. What a thankless selfish generation we brought up! This is not Indian value!!! — Sa M (@SaNxT__mO) March 9, 2022 However, at the same time, several people are hailing the girl’s video as an example to show to the Indian students, who according to them, were far less grateful for being rescued and evacuated. One person commented, “The thing that breaks my heart is how thankless and rude was our students' behavior towards our own government. I don't know why they were expecting a 5-star treatment in such vulnerable conditions where people where struggling to save their lives. This is saddening.” A gesture beyond borders. Keep doing what is RIGHT , helping those who need it and a ready FIST , for those itching for a fight — jitendra hazarey (@jitbony) March 9, 2022 Meanwhile, another user wrote, “A gesture beyond borders. Keep doing what is RIGHT, helping those who need it and a ready FIST, for those itching for a fight.” View the full article
  2. Charu Sharma, a veteran TV presenter and cricket pundit, was called on Saturday to oversee the IPL 2022 major player auctions. Hugh Edmeades, the auctioneer, fell, forcing the midway change. The terrible situation occurred during the bidding process for Sri Lankan all-rounder Wanindu Hasaranga. BREAKING #IPLMegaAuction2022 Britain's Hugh Edmeades faints out suddenly during live IPL Auction. Hope he is fine . pic.twitter.com/8kiLl6ACbW — arun sharma (@arunsharma0603) February 12, 2022 The attendees in the auction room were in a state of complete disbelief when Edmeades collapsed on the floor. He was taken to the hospital right afterwards and was said to be doing OK. It was agreed to rest the Englishman and get Sharma aboard after the lunch break as a preventive measure. Watching the kind of professionalism with which Sharma managed the first day of the event and guided the flow of the auction without any preparation ahead of the event, fans who were watching the show on television or online were extremely impressed with him. Here’s how some of the viewers of the auction reacted to his brilliance: Appreciation Tweet for Charu Sharma ji pic.twitter.com/rqze3CnKSY — Ashish/ Akiba stan (@ashishayush1177) February 12, 2022And a shoutout to my old friend Charu Sharma for filling in admirably — Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) February 12, 2022Nice to see the applause for Charu Sharma, he did a great job. — Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) February 12, 2022Yes, actually did a good job at right time. Good for him. — Silly Point (@FarziCricketer) February 12, 2022Massive Respect to him pic.twitter.com/wWtWpx1ZXo — Berlin (@BerlinRidler) February 12, 2022Coming in at such a quick notice and never looked unprepared...fine job #CharuSharma . — movieman (@movieman777) February 12, 2022Upon announcing the end of the first day, Sharma even received a round of applause from all the 10 IPL franchises who were present in the room, along with the staff members, administrators and medical practitioners who were there representing the India Premier League as an organisation. Charu Sharma, the Director of the Pro Kabaddi League, is a well-known name in the sphere of sports commentary and television presentation. He has hosted award presentations and business events in addition to being a quizmaster on various television series. He rose to prominence during the 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup when he teamed up with veteran actress Mandira Bedi to conduct the pre-, mid-, and post-match debates. Sharma has previously worked in the IPL as an administrator. He was named CEO of the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the tournament's debut season in 2008. According to reports, he was forced to resign due to the team's poor performance. Sharma was said to have quit on his own at the time, but he later denied this, claiming that he was fired by then-team owner Vijay Mallya. The league later shared an update on the health situation of the original auctioneer Edmeades and clarified the reason why he suddenly fell on the floor. According to a post from the official Twitter handle of the IPL, the Englishman had a sudden dip in his blood pressure causing him to collapse. He was quickly looked after and was brought back to stability within a couple of hours. View the full article
  3. Amidst the desperate evacuation of citizens and diplomats due to the shockingly rapid collapse of the Afghanistan government, we saw a video of the U.S. Air Force C-17A cargo jet taking off from the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul. While the shocking videos showed a dire image of the situation on the ground, we didn’t really know what was happening on the plane, until now. © Twitter/CNN According to a report by The Drive, the Air Traffic Controller could not believe what he was hearing from ‘Reach’ RCH871 on the airwaves after its swift departure from Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul. “Ok, how many people are on your jet? 800 people on your jet? Holy cow… Good job getting off the ground!” You can hear the controller’s voice from the recording below as he was directing the plane from Delaware-based 436th Airlift Wing. View the full article
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  5. John Cena credited the support he got from his vulnerable moments to come up with his new self-help books
  6. The Glee star Naya Rivera was recently found dead at a Southern California lake. The authorities confirmed that her body was found floating in the northeast corner of Lake Piru on Monday. The 33-year old Rivera disappeared on Lake Piru, and her son was found on July 8 sleeping alone in the rented pontoon boat. After they couldn’t find Rivera anywhere around, they started looking for her body as they believed that she had drowned in the lake. According to the authorities, the actor died saving her son from drowning. The whole incident is heartbreaking and the fans are since then pouring in love for her on Twitter. Heartbreaking to hear the police report confirming that they’ve found Naya Rivera. She used the last of her energy to saving her son’s life. She died a mother and a hero. RIP Naya. pic.twitter.com/rdF59SVcuz — Joe (@JoeSaunders) July 13, 2020 Rivera’s son, Josey Hollis Dorsey was found asleep on the boat alone. This further led to the cops being alerted and the little boy told the police that the two of them went swimming and Rivera pushed him onto the boat. But, when he turned around, he couldn’t see his mother and she had disappeared underwater. Sheriff Bill Ayub said during the press conference, “Rivera had mustered enough energy to help her son, but not to save herself. The cops believe that the actor had been trapped by vegetation beneath the surface of the lake, which is why it took five days to spot her.” Naya’s untimely and heartbreaking demise has shocked the whole world and the fact that she dies while saving her son has also broken many hearts on the internet. Here’s what her fans have to say- Naya used her last breath, her last bit of energy, her last few moments alive to save Josey. She saved his life & died just as an amazing mother & the hero she was every single day to that little boy. #nayarivera The whole world needs to know her love for this son of hers. pic.twitter.com/VzivZkiq0y — Muhammad Taqi (@IamTaqiZ) July 14, 2020naya rivera’s last moment on earth was protecting her son. she pushed him onto the boat but couldn’t save herself. i’m heartbroken. pic.twitter.com/yEDGbaUT6y — jade ミ☆ (@cristinasoh) July 13, 2020It appears that in her final moments, Naya used her last bit of strength to lift her son out of the water and onto the boat, possibly saving his life. Absolutely devastating. #NayaRivera — Derrick Levasseur (@DerrickL) July 13, 2020Naya Rivera reportedly helped boost her son back into their boat before disappearing into the water at Lake Piru. pic.twitter.com/zzTBqCYkWy — The AHS Zone (@ahszone) July 13, 2020Sheriff on death of Naya Rivera: “No foul play, and this was not a suicide.” According to Naya’s son, they had both been swimming. She pushed him up on to the boat, then slipped down into the water and disappeared. pic.twitter.com/8YmKyLBV5F — Mike Sington (@MikeSington) July 13, 2020naya saved josey. naya saved her 4 year old son. that's the image you should have. that's naya rivera. she's not what the media says. — celeste ミ☆ (@DINAHPET5CH) July 13, 2020Naya Rivera sacrificed her own life to save her son. There truly is no greater love than a mother’s. Rest in peace, Naya. The world lost such an amazing soul. 🤍 pic.twitter.com/OmTImIofOG — PRINCESS (@pjibrinn) July 13, 2020Rivera played Santana Lopez for six seasons in the series Glee and she is the third major cast member from the show to die in their 30s. May her soul rest in peace. View the full article
  7. The relentless effort of the Indian government to bring back the Indian citizens from abroad continues to be in full swing. Being considered one of the largest expatriation exercises run by any country, India has been at the forefront of the rescue mission of thousands of Indians stranded across different countries amid the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus. So far, India has managed to bring back 6037 stranded citizens from 12 foreign countries in the last five days under the Vande Bharat Mission, according to reports. Thatâs a phenomenal feat, considering the testing time all of us are collectively going through. © IndiainChicago Twitter However, the passengers on these special repatriation flights run by the national carrier have to pay their own fares and register with Indian high commissions or embassies or on specified government websites before they are picked up for the return journey home. Following the strict COVID-19 rules, all the returnees have to go through mandatory screening and even testing at some locations before they are cleared for the flights. They also have to go through mandatory quarantine at their own cost in facilities designated by the government upon their return. View the full article
  8. India's following protocol quite swiftly, with regard to the onset of coronavirus in China and some parts of the world, including India. The first Air India flight that left for China brought back 324 Indian nationals from coronavirus-hit Wuhan on February 1, 2020 at 7:30 in the morning. 220 citizens were sent to the Army quarantine facility in Manesar and the rest 104 were sent to ITBP facility at Chawla camp. © Twitter A second flight took off for China to bring back more Indian nationals stranded there, on Sunday, February 2. 323 Indians were brought back and along with them came 7 nationals from the island of Maldives. We're not sure how the protocol was handled but the flight came back with 7 citizens from the tiny island, and the Maldives Foreign Minister, Abdulla Rashid, took to Twitter to express his gratitude to India and the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. The gesture certainly didn't go unnoticed. The Maldives Prime Minister said that the seven Maldivian nationals will be housed in Delhi for a few days before they make their way home. His tweet said the following: â7 Maldivians in #Wuhan are on their way to Delhi on a special #AirIndia flight. Upon arrival they will be housed in Delhi for a period of quarantine. Deep gratitude to PM @narendramodi and EM @DrSJaishankar. Special thanks to Ambassadorsâ. 7 Maldivians in #Wuhan are on their way to Delhi on a special #AirIndia flight. Upon arrival they will be housed in Delhi for a period of quarantine. Deep gratitude to PM @narendramodi and EM @DrSJaishankar. Special thanks to Ambassadors @VikramMisri @sunjaysudhir and their teams â Abdulla Shahid (@abdulla_shahid) February 2, 2020 Rashid called India's gesture 'an action that reflects historic ties of kinship between the two countries and synergy between the Neighbourhood First and India First policyâ. Not only did he extend his gratitude towards India, Rashid also thanked China for all their help for taking care of the citizens. Grateful to @MFA_China, @AmbassadorZhang and local authorities in #Hubei for the assistance. A very special thanks to our Ambassador in China Ms Azeema and Ambassador in Delhi @aishamdidi and their team. Thank everyone at @MoFAmv for the hard workâ. 7 Maldivians in #Wuhan are on their way to Delhi on a special #AirIndia flight. Upon arrival they will be housed in Delhi for a period of quarantine. Deep gratitude to PM @narendramodi and EM @DrSJaishankar. Special thanks to Ambassadors @VikramMisri @sunjaysudhir and their teams â Abdulla Shahid (@abdulla_shahid) February 2, 2020 While India has already sent two flights and brought back close to 700 people, including 7 Maldivians, a lot of Pakistani nationals are still stranded in China, running pillar to post, to figure how to go back home as soon as possible, since their country isn't making too many efforts to bring their citizens back home. Indian citizens, on the other hand, are urging the government to help bring back the stranded Pakistanis on a humanitarian level. After External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar put out a tweet about the Maldivians being brought back, a number of people talked about the Pakistanis as well. 7 Maldivians brought back with 323 Indians from Wuhan on the second @airindiain flight today. #NeighbourhoodFirst at work again. @ibusolih @MohamedNasheed @abdulla_shahid â Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) February 2, 2020Sir we request you to bring the Pakistanis too on humanitarian ground, after all they r actually our brothers n sisters...Desh ka partition hua toh kia hua...relationship ka toh partition nehi hua nah...ð»ð» â Abhijit (@Road_Engg) February 2, 2020A master stroke would have been bringing down Paxtani students as well, brings great goodwill within Paxtan. â M Merchant (@kluzener) February 2, 2020I urge u to evacuate the pakistani students as well...... As they are completely helpless now, and we must set an example,,, as we believe in सरà¥à¤µà¥ भवनà¥à¤¤à¥ सà¥à¤à¤¿à¤¨à¤ सरà¥à¤µà¥ सनà¥à¤¤à¥ निरामया। @PMOIndia @MEAIndia @narendramodi @AmitShah @AmitShahOffice â Kundan Kunal (@KundanK96192092) February 2, 2020Salute to You @DrSJaishankar . India always stands with her friends. â Suhasini R (@R_Suhasini) February 2, 2020letâs bring Pakistani as well.. that would be great initiative â Rajiv Karambalkar (@icon_rajiv) February 2, 2020Great job sir There is a big debate raging on SM about Pakistani students who are pleading to be evacuated. What is the stand of the Indian govt? â OmShantiOmð®ð³ (@OmShant07338068) February 2, 2020Pls also consider the fate of the Pakistani students left behind by their government.. â Sameer Goyal (@sameergoyal) February 2, 2020If India can, then we should help Pakistanis students too. In any way possible. #HumanityFirst â Rohan Sharma (@chunnusharma) February 2, 2020Can we bring Pakistanis too to save the students from sure death . â Alok Kumar Chaudhury (@ChaudhuryAlok) February 2, 2020Sir we should help Pakistani students too.. LET'S TRY TO WIN THE WAR WITH LOVE ï¸ â Shivansh pandey (@Im_shivansh) February 2, 2020Can't you help the 300 Pakistani students also!? Their foreign policies may be against India's but why can't we rise above and get those children to their border!? â Danny Loyall (@dannijon75) February 2, 2020The government should actually consider these pleas made by the Indians to free their Pakistani brethren. In these troubled times, humanity should come before religion, economic policies or political struggle between the two countries. We should help each other out, in a global health crisis such as this and we hope the government can see through this and aids Pakistan in this issue. We really hope that this crisis is averted and no more casualties occur due to this deadly virus. View the full article
  9. With protests going on throughout the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the entire country divided over it, here's a heartwarming story of an Indian helping another Indian just for the sake of humanity that perfectly shows the spirit of the country. In Uttar Pradesh's Firozabad district, Ajay Kumar, a policeman, was surrounded by a violent mob and was getting beaten, but was rescued before any injuries turned fatal. Hajji Qadir, a local resident of the area, became his saviour and rescued him from the mob. © ANI He didn't stop there, though. He even took Ajay Kumar back to his home before taking him to the police station. Talking about the incident and the injuries he sustained on his hand, the cop said, "He came like a God. If he hadn't come, they would have killed me." He added, "Aise log bahut kam milte hain, sahab." It's kind of bittersweet hearing that last line since everyone should be like this, helping another person in need, but it's honestly so rare. Ajay Kumar further added, "He gave me water and his clothes and assured I will be safe. He took me to the police station later." © ANI In an interview, Hajji Qadir said, "I was told a policeman has been surrounded by the mob. He was severely injured, I assured him that I will save him. I didn't know his name at the time, what I did was for humanity." See, this is how it's supposed to be, helping people just for the sake of helping them, just for humanity. Massive shoutout to Hajji Qadir for just being an incredible person. For sure. You are a Saviour Hajji Qadir. Take a bow. https://t.co/WiDCcmzpd9 — Ravikant Rai (@RavikantRai2) December 27, 2019 Hero is the right word. Here's another conscientious soul, another hero, Hajji Qadir: https://t.co/LyPfnEt0dx #standunited #Indiaunited #againstCAA #againstNRC #NRC_CAA — Maaz bin Bilal Ùعاذ ب٠بÙا٠(@Maazme) December 27, 2019 Yep. India is alive in angels like you sir! #HajjiQadir — Karthik Ganesan (@Karthikgtweets) December 27, 2019 View the full article
  10. With the death toll on a constant rise, thousands of houses destroyed, lakhs of people left homeless and seeking shelter in relief camps and scores missing; the situation in the wake of the deadly Kerala floods is only turning nightmarish with each passing day. Reuters Amid this crisis, we can't stop ourselves from saluting the Indian Navy, the NDRF and the local police for tirelessly working day and night to rescue the people stuck in deep waters. Thanks to the regular updates by the Indian Navy, we can witness the bravery and the courage with which their personnel are carrying out the rescue missions, and the risks they are taking to ensure people's safety. #OpMadad #KeralaFloods2018 #KeralaFloodRelief Some snapshots of Rescue efforts 1/n pic.twitter.com/TzH0hcag7b — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 16, 2018 A few days ago, we saw how Naval rescue chopper pilot Cdr Vijay Varma and his men rescued a pregnant woman (whose water bag broke) from the rooftop of her house near Aluva. In another daring mission an 80-year-old woman was airlifted from a narrow rooftop. A pregnant lady with water bag leaking has been airlifted and evacuated to Sanjivani. Doctor was lowered to assess the lady. Operation successful #OpMadad #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloods2018 pic.twitter.com/bycGXEBV8q — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 17, 2018 The young lady and her new born son both are doing fine. God Bless them pic.twitter.com/ysrh1DVUx6 — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 17, 2018 While the social media is filled with thank you messages for the Indian Navy, there's one gesture, in particular, that has caught people's attention and it is probably one of the most heartwarming gestures we have seen so far. To express their gratitude to the Indian Navy, someone painted a giant 'Thanks' on the rooftop, from where Cdr Varma rescued two women on August 17. The official Twitter account of Indian Navy posted these pictures. #OpMadad #KeralaFloodRelief #KeralaFloods2018 A Thank You note painted on the roof of a house where the Naval ALH piloted by Cdr Vijay Varma rescued two women. Bravo... pic.twitter.com/xsaD1RfeIk — SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) August 20, 2018 According to some reports, it's the same rooftop from where the pregnant woman was rescued and airlifted to a hospital. Meanwhile, people from across the country are coming together to help the flood victims in every possible way, be it by setting up relief camps, donating money and by providing necessary relief materials like ration, biscuits, medicines, milk, water and other necessary toiletries.
  11. Nowadays, it's extremely rare to see a person going beyond the call of duty and doing something only for the benefit of others. But Inspector Rekha Mishra is not only an exemplary cop, she is also the reason behind more than 900 kids reconciling with their families in one year © Twitter/PIB Rekha is a Sub-Inspector belonging to the Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Central Railway. She joined the force in 2014 but it was in 2016 when she came into the limelight when she undertook the responsibility of tracing back the parents of three young girls who had fled to Mumbai from Chennai. On spotting the girls getting off a train without adult supervision, she realised that she needs to confront them as to why they were alone. However, when she didn't get any answers from them, she took the help of a translator and discovered that they had run away to Mumbai with the dreams of a glamorous life. That was enough for Rekha to set out on a journey to help runaway and lost kids. © Twitter Her job enables her to spot such kids easily as most of them get off at the last stop of the railway stations. She rescued more than 950 children in 2017 alone, out of which 92 were girls. Since most of these kids belong to the age group of 8-16, she makes sure that sensitivity is a priority when dealing with them. She has also repeatedly taken the help of social media in order to speed up the process. It's difficult to imagine how exhausting- both physically and emotionally, this whole process really is. Dealing with children, especially in cases where there is a language barrier, is definitely not an easy feat. But by now, Rekha has become accustomed to it and has gained massive respect for her work. Meet the guardian angel of lost children. RPF cop who reunited 1000 kids with their kin among the women to be awarded by President today. #Railways4Women #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/4o28486tyE — Central Railway (@Central_Railway) March 8, 2018 And now, in order to recognise and applaud her efforts, she has been selected for the 'Nari Shakti Puraskar' alongside 100 other women. They will be felicitated with a cash honorarium of Rs 1 lakh and a certificate by President Ram Nath Kovind today, on the occasion of International Women's day. Meet Ms. Rekha Mishra, #NariShakti Puraskar 2017 awardee. She has single-handedly rescued 953 runaway/ lost/ trafficked children from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) Railway Station in Mumbai. pic.twitter.com/4FucSZ88xJ — PIB India (@PIB_India) March 7, 2018 Rekha's exceptional work is just further proof that a woman can achieve whatever she sets her mind to. Her approach towards this issue is commendable and we salute her for her outstanding contribution.
  12. <p>In the modern world, everyone is too busy to care. Too busy to pause a moment and help a stranger. But there are many good souls walking among us who have not abandoned their goodness. There still are people in this world who would risk their lives to save a stranger, who would go out of their way to help someone in need. </p> <p>This video has random people stopping to help strangers and animals, and it's the most positive thing you'll see today. </p> <iframe title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/QJxwE7mdGns"></iframe> <p>If you have been feeling too bogged down by all the nastiness around you, this is the perfect thing to watch to soothe your hurting nerves. </p> <p>Always remember, for every bad person in this world, there's a good one and that's all you need to know. Like these good Samaritans who stop everything to help poor animals cross roads, get out of water, unite with their families. </p> <iframe title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/Iz8pQ4VaIUw"></iframe> <p>And it's not just humans, even animals understand kindness. This video of animals saving each other is a lesson in brotherhood.</p> <iframe title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/P0eXSm1bx54"></iframe> <p>If they can understand empathy, why can't we humans we? We live in a world where people pas by a road accident without stopping to help people dying on the street. But we also have people who risk their lives saving a complete stranger. Why don't we just spread the love?</p>
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