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  1. Shaukat ? still a student at Eton ? faces exceptional circumstances as he has no finances to pay for the University of California
  2. People often say that movies stem from the real world. However, there have been a number of instances when the world on the reels was inspired by the real world. One of Facebookâs most extensively-followed figures, Nisha Jindal has indeed pulled a Dream Girl on her followers. © Balaji Motion Pictures For those living under a rock, âNisha Jindalâ is this decadeâs 'Angel Priya'. And if you donât know who Angel Priya is, well, letâs just say that it was the baap of all catfishing scams. With over 10,000 followers on Facebook, Nisha Jindal was an âinfluencerâ for her fans. © Facebook/NishaJindal Nisha Jindal is actually a 31-year-old man named Ravi Pujar, whoâs an engineering student, if some reports are to be believed. The news of Nisha Jindal being a man came forward when Raipur police started looking for âNishaâ to apprehend her for posting communal messages. © Facebook/NishaJindal That was not the only reason why the Raipur Police was looking for âNisha.â They had suspected that the same person who was putting up some really incendiary stuff as Nisha, was also posing as a member of the International Monetary Fund, the World Health Organisation and the World Trade Organization, and spreading misinformation. Basically, he was a scammer. The manner in which the Raipur Police actually revealed to her fans the fact that Nisha is a man is also rather hilarious. After apprehending him, they took a photo, and posted this - Twitter, of course, turned out to be a gold mine for memes and reactions: Meanwhile father of Nisha Jindal urf Ravi pujor #nishajindal #facebook pic.twitter.com/ci7963DeMS â ð Sweetie Shikdar (@Sweetie0008) April 18, 2020 Guys, just to clarify, the following tweet is actually sarcastic. I donât know what @zoo_bear is trying to prove... both these folks are #NishaJindal ... itâs just the lockdown is making her look different https://t.co/QBb8PaAdyd pic.twitter.com/l01SUtoicx â Akash Banerjee (@TheDeshBhakt) April 19, 2020 This one as well... Bhakt after knowing the truth of Nisha Jindal..... pic.twitter.com/gLOoFdCOqZ â GHOR SANKAT (@ghanasankat) April 18, 2020 This one is simply epic⦠Boys who are following Nisha jindal and getting fast reply from her they are now be like:- pic.twitter.com/ScHvzu2cv4 â Sachin Yaduvanshi ð®ð³ð®ð±ð·ðº (@SachinY43020658) April 19, 2020Guys, essentially, there is a moral in this story. Donât trust everything that you see on the internet. Now, a minute of silence for every guy, for whom this has come as the shock of their lives. View the full article
  3. The Coronavirus pandemic has exponentially increased mask usage around the world, and rightfully so. If masks can prevent you from inhaling the droplets infected with the virus, it makes sense to always be protected with the gear. However, unfortunately, it's not practical for everyone to wear a mask or even accessible, especially for people with disabilities. A college student in Kentucky, United States, Ashley Lawrence noticed this accessibility issue with masks and has tried to bridge the gap. © Ashley Lawrence/ Twitter Face masks cover the mouth, making it harder for the deaf and the hard of hearing to communicate. With the help of her mother, Ashley, a 21-year-old studying education for the deaf and hard of hearing, made face masks with a clear and transparent panel in the middle, for the visibility of the mouth of the wearer. This mask then provides assistance for people with disabilities. A mask with a visible panel can enable people to read lips or speak the Sign Language. © Ashley Lawrence/ Twitter This especially helps as the use of the hands and face for communication could put people with disabilities who are forced to communicate without a mask at higher risk for contracting COVID-19. In such a scenario, a mask like this makes all the difference. © Ashley Lawrence/ Twitter Ashley Lawrence had noticed this gap, "I felt like there was a huge population that was being looked over," Lawrence told Lex 18. "We're all panicking right now and so a lot of people are just not being thought of. So, I felt like it was very important that, even at a time like this, people need to have that communication." In an attempt to bridge it, Ashley Lawrence said she and her mother initiated the process of experimenting with versatile materials to make different types of masks. These included a kind that would wrap around the head or neck to accommodate people with cochlear implants or hearing aids. In just a matter of days, Ashley has received dozens of orders which she's making for free currently. View the full article
  4. Shafay Shoaib, a first-year student at Royal Holloway got the news of the cancellation of his visa after significantly improving his attendance and meeting the requirements set by the university
  5. The university has formed a three-member committee to probe the sexual harassment allegation filed by the MPhil student
  6. People say "No act of kindness can go wasted, irrespective of how big or small it is". In our growing years, we were taught to be kind towards other and help whenever you can. We were taught how one small gesture can go a long way and be far greater than probably moving mountains. However, as we grew up most of us not only left our textbooks, but also left these virtues behind. But, not everyone is selfish these days. Not everyone thinks about helping people in expectations of getting something in return. Some people actually help others selflessly. This traffic cop working in the Mumbai police happens to be one of those people, who went out of his way to help a student reach her exam centre. © Twitter Whether you studied the whole year or in the last few days, everyone needs a last minute revision before the exam. This student too was doing the same while anxiously waiting in a queue at Khar station, waiting for transport to reach her SSC board exam centre. This incident was shared on social media by a Twitter user @MisterRatty. He wrote, "Witnessed the sweetest, kindest act today. At Khat Station thereâs always a long queue for Rickshaws. A few students nervously waited while going through their notes. You know how last minute glances like these are important." Witnessed the sweetest, kindest act today. At Khat Station thereâs always a long queue for Rickshaws. A few students nervously waited while going through their notes. You know how last minute glances like these are important. ... â Rahull Raut (@MisterRatty) March 3, 2020He further wrote, "A @MumbaiPolice traffic cop noticed this and asked the student if she had exams today, the student promptly nodded. He asked her to step out of the line, stopped a rickshaw for her and sent her away with a âGood luck for your exams!â saving her valuable time." A @MumbaiPolice traffic cop noticed this and asked the student if she had exams today, the student promptly nodded. He asked her to step out of the line, stopped a rickshaw for her and sent her away with a âGood luck for your exams!â saving her valuable time. â Rahull Raut (@MisterRatty) March 3, 2020Mumbai Police too shared his tweet and wrote, "First day of exam has its own share of challenges. We are happy to have been able to help a student in overcoming at least one of them! Mumbai Police sends best wishes to all the students appearing for SSC Board Exams starting today." First day of exam has its own share of challenges. We are happy to have been able to help a student in overcoming at least one of them! Mumbai Police sends best wishes to all the students appearing for SSC Board Exams starting today. #AllTheBest #sscexams @MisterRatty pic.twitter.com/vBut2QVOkk â Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) March 3, 2020Did anyone ask him to help? No. Did he have to do it? No. Is it something extraordinary? Not really. But, it's still worth praising and that traffic cop is an unsung hero. No one asked him to help that student, he did what he thought was the right thing to do and is now getting lauded for his efforts on social media. Mumbai police always Rock's. â Vik's (@vikash53_cool) March 4, 2020Nowadays @MumbaiPolice seems to be more public-friendly... So let's take a moment and appreciate our cops and hope they continue to take such small initiatives and help to build our nation. Well done â Mumbaikar Bhau (@MumbaikarB) March 3, 2020Mumbai Police ð¥°- expect such delightful gestures. â LT (@LarchungT) March 3, 2020@MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice Thank You Mumbai Police for your kind gesture. Always there in the time of need. â Social Reformer ð®ð³ (@Major2193) March 4, 2020 View the full article
  7. Hrithik Roshan lashes out teacher who bullied a student for having a language impairment during a speech
  8. An Indian Muslim student on Monday refused to accept the gold medal at the Pondicherry University in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), the contentious law passed by the Indian government that has triggered protests around the country. Rabeeha Abdurehim, who secured first position in the post-graduate department of Mass Communication, said she was asked to come out of the hall where the convocation was taking place. The special superintendent of police wanted to speak to the student. Rabeeha said maybe police was apprehensive about her stance on the controversial citizenship law. “When I asked the police officers why was I not being allowed to take part in the event, they said they were not sure but the SSP wanted it this way,” Rabeeha said. Rabeeha said the gold medal was "an insult to me and every student fighting against whatever is happening right now. This is my way of protest and it was in solidarity with all the students around India… With every boy, girl, Muslim, Hindu and every Indian out there fighting against CAA and NRC (National Register of Citizens)”. When she was later allowed to enter the hall after the president had left, Rabeeha accepted the certificate but rejected the gold medal. At least 25 people have died in 11 days of demonstrations and violence after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government passed the law, which is being criticised and seen by most as anti-Muslim. More protests took place Sunday and on Monday. The demonstrations have been largely peaceful but protesters have also hurled rocks and torched vehicles, while heavy-handed police tactics including the storming of a Delhi university a week ago have fuelled anger. The law gives religious minority members — Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Parsis, Christians, and Buddhists — from three neighbouring Islamic countries an easier path to citizenship but not if they are Muslim. Islamic groups, the Indian opposition, and others at home and abroad fear this forms part of Modi’s aim to marginalise India’s 200 million Muslims and remould the country as a Hindu nation, something he denies. Authorities have imposed emergency laws, blocked internet access — a common tactic in India — and shut down shops in sensitive areas across the country in an attempt to contain the unrest. More than 7,500 people have either been detained under emergency laws or arrested for rioting, according to state officials, with 5,000 in Uttar Pradesh state alone where 17 people have been killed.
  9. The entire country, from Delhi to Chennai, is peacefully protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act at the moment and it's great to see how everyone has united to fight bigotry. Among the lakhs and lakhs of protestors was Jakob Lindenthal, a German guy studying Master of Science (Physics) at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. He, along with thousands of people, held up signs and took part in a bunch of protests in his city, but now because of that, he's being kicked out of the country. © Twitter While talking to The Federal, he revealed how immigration officials confronted him about his participation in protests and how he was asked to leave the country. Recounting the entire incident, he said, "I went there and the initial conversation was friendly. So I told them everything. Soon, they started confronting me on why I participated in protests held against the Citizenship Act in Chennai. Only then I realised things were getting serious." © Twitter He went on, "They told me the protests held in the city were all without permission. And of all, I do not have any permission to participate in such protests as I have come here on students' visa. Only then I came to know that all the protests that took place in the city were illegal. I have come here on a student visa. According to its rules, whatever I do apart from studying is a violation of the visa. So, I cannot take part in such protests." He tried to apologise, but it was in vain. Overall, he was unhappy with how the immigration officials handled the situation. He said, "There was a leaflet on the table. I expected them to give it to me. But, when asked, they refused and asked me to leave. I did not even know the name of the immigration officials who spoke to me." © Twitter No official reason has been given by the immigration department, but it's not a coincidence that this happened right after he took part in protests. Moreover, one of his classmates said police had collected his details when he was protesting outside the campus. Another friend of his said, "He did not only protest inside the campus against the amended law but also participated in the demonstrations organised in Valluvar Kottam and other places in Chennai." People are obviously not happy about it. It shows our sick mindset to deport foreign students like Jakob Lindenthal, MS exchange student from Germany in department of Physics at IIT Madras for his participation in the anti CAA protests. If Germany reacts, what the hell Indians will do there? #NRC_CAA_Protest @naukarshah pic.twitter.com/xLWX9h3OAU — Syed Azharuddin (@SyedAzhars) December 24, 2019 People are proud of him. I was a student in Germany. German students are taught about the crimes committed by their country, about equality and freedom, civic responsibility and more about the caste system than Indians are. Proud of Jakob Lindenthal. This is what I want for my country. Indian children 1/ https://t.co/yno6c63KhS — Sofia | à®à¯à®ªà®¿à®¯à®¾ (@Red_Pastures) December 24, 2019 He's warning everyone. India should thank Jakob Lindenthal, the German student who has tried to warn Indians, though he didn't have to. Instead, he's been asked to leave India. #CAA_NRC_Protest German student who took part in anti-CAA protests told to leave India -The Hindu https://t.co/7NfkgY4k19 — Roopali Srivastava (@RoopaliSriv) December 24, 2019 The right side. Dear Jakob Lindenthal,we are sry that authoritarian regime of our country has asked you to leave just because U participated in a peaceful protest. It is a reflection on sad affairs of India. Thank you for standing against fascism& on the right side of humanity #DankeSchonJakob — Quirky eve خدÛØ¬Û (@tweetingeve) December 24, 2019 He was protesting for a country that's not even his. It is learnt that Jakob Lindenthal, an exchange student at @iitmadras, from Dresden Germany, is asked to leave India asap. Recently he joined #CAA_NRCProtests in Chennai. pic.twitter.com/ZeS8h6ibfR — Jinoy Jose Palathingal (@jinoyjosep) December 23, 2019 View the full article
  10. Hundreds of students, most in masks and carrying candles, lined up in silence at UST to lay white flowers in tribute.? Photo: Reuters HONG KONG: Hong Kong students held a candlelight vigil for a university undergraduate who died on Friday after...
  11. Everyone knows who Jeff Bezos is, right? One of the richest men in the world, Amazon CEO, a really big deal? Well, turns out, some people have no clue. Bezos' recent visit to a company-funded computer science class at Dunbar High School in Washington, DC and his interaction with the students there, has now gone viral on the internet. In the video, Bezos is seen talking to the students about Amazon's 'Future Engineer Programmes' which funds the students for courses around the US and while this was happening, a student was seen asking, "who's Jeff Bezos?" twice to another student who was sitting right behind him. Jeff Bezos may be one of the most well-known CEOs in the world, but for this kid, he is just another man. The video was posted by NBC Washington's Caroline Tucker and she tweeted, “This morning @amazon is at Dunbar High School in DC to announce a milestone in its Future Engineer Program. They had a surprise guest... Jeff Bezos. Watch the full video here- This morning @amazon is at Dunbar High School in DC to announce a milestone in its Future Engineer Program. They had a surprise guest....Jeff Bezos. @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/dmOvmeJ4Fv — Caroline Tucker (@CTuckerNews) October 21, 2019 However, something even more interesting happened after the kid found out who Bezos is. When the teenager got to know that Bezos is the CEO of one of the largest companies in the world, he turned around saying, “Big deal, so what?” Umm...okay! We all want to attain the level of chill this kid has. Caroline Tucker also wrote, “The young man in the class ended up being the only one who spoke to Jeff Bezos about how much he has learned about coding. Later on, he told me he wanted to “seize” the opportunity to talk to the CEO.” FYI...the young man in the class ended up being the only one who spoke to Jeff Bezos about how much he has learned about coding. Later on, he told me he wanted to “seize” the opportunity to talk to the CEO. @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/E8LoFv2o99 — Caroline Tucker (@CTuckerNews) October 22, 2019 According to the New York Post, the teacher of the class said that only about three students in her class knew who he was when he entered the classroom. Here's what the netizens have to say about it- If he's not an Instagram "influencer" how will the kids know about him? Maybe we need a shot of @JeffBezos on the beach in a bikini for the kids to show interest — Tony Singh (@singhton) October 21, 2019 Human... I think the bigger issue is with the education system. Why aren't kids being inspired to be the next Jeff Bezo — Mary Oliver (@MaryOli16643592) October 22, 2019 People is judging the kid, but he is there to learn and maybe high-tech celebrities are not on his wish list. — Julio Acevedo (@Juliomace23) October 22, 2019 Bezos, who owns the Washington Post, is the richest man in the world with an estimated net worth of despite a huge divorce settlement with ex-wife MacKenzie Bezos worth $35.6 billion in Amazon stock -- making her one of the top five richest women in the world and one of Amazon's largest shareholders. Bezos has an estimated net worth of $110 billion, do we really need to say more? So, in case you don't know who Jeff Bezos is, it's time you Google him.
  12. We all agree that higher education is a tough ordeal. While you are pursuing an idealistic life and learning as you grow, it really takes a toll on you to spend a lot of time under the pressure of books, examinations, dissertations or daily assignments. That's why it's always healthy to balance student life out, with adequate amount of activity and of course fun. But unfortunately for Kuldeep Mann, it was a different story altogether. An Indian student at the James Cook University in Queesnland, Australia has launched a 3-million dollar lawsuit against the university for rejecting his application for a PhD on the grounds of plagiarism. That's not all. The real reason for him to go ahead with this lawsuit is because he claims the University gave him enough stress for him to loose everything, including his *** drive. © James Cook University Mann, a 52-year-old student working at 7/11, claimed that he had paid $20,000 in 2015, to apply for the social sciences PhD course at the Townville campus. But when he started the course with two subjects, the university rejected his admission on the grounds of plagiarism and told him he wasn't 'up to the mark'. "If the university didn't have this kind of trick on me, had they not destroyed my... ruined my career I should have by now completed my PhD" Mann told an International news publication. His biggest regret though was losing interest in ***, due to the extreme pressure the university put him through. A former PhD student is suing Queensland's James Cook University for $3.125 million, over his 'loss of *** drive', after failing two subjects. #9News pic.twitter.com/uYE9uao2GS — Nine News Queensland (@9NewsQueensland) 28 May 2019 © Twitter "Everything was affected including my *** life, "I... I'm no longer... wanting to be on the bed... to share bed with my partner. There is no such desire... no desire for anything. It has stopped my *** life. I have no *** drive. There is no stimulation in my organs. I have never had this problem before. I don't feel any blood down there," he added. He's now taking his fight to the Queensland Supreme Court and the man has actually submitted a 20-page document , which claim damages for his potential lost income "mental torture" along with "prolonged harassment at the JCU that hovered over (his) mind day and night had also adversely affected (his) *** drive and that as a result (his) relationship with (his) partner is on the verge of collapsing.". He is now asking for 3.125 million dollars, after suing the university. The university obviously gave him 'Grade Fail' for his poor performance and that upset Kuldeep Mann to such an extent that he sued the university for its lack of judgement on his performance, in his PhD and of course in bed. "I hope that the honourable Supreme Court will do full justice with me by awarding me the aforementioned full amount of compensation as remedy for all my losses and sufferings," Mann stated. © Pinterest Well, we don't really know the entire truth but if he's really serious about suing the university for losing his *** drive then I am guessing the university didn't recognise his full potential. If Kuldeep Mann ever decides to study again, we really hope he's in a better place to complete his studies and gain his *** drive back.
  13. Yes I am a straight female, but you can't blame me for being blown away everytime by the superior, fierce beauty of the one and only Khaleesi. Man! Daenerys Targaryen has a similar effect on both men and women, and I totally get it. However, she is a fictional character, and we all know how the wonderful Emilia Clarke does a brilliant job of portraying the iconic character of the Mother of Dragons. But, what if I were to tell you that Khaleesi exists in real life too? Oh yes, she is most certainly real, my friends. View this post on Instagram Bend the knee e scusate se vi sto bombardando. Un grazie a @giammarcobuccellato_1173 che mi ha istruita a dovere. #daeneryscosplay #cosplay #daenerys #targaryen #emiliaclarke #gameothronescosplay #gameofthrones #daenerystargaryencosplay #daenerystargaryen #cosplay #characterperformer #got #cosplaygirl #torinocomics2019 #torinocomics A post shared by Roberta Rory Pattaro ð (@rorytheweirdo) on Apr 17, 2019 at 3:03am PDT Meet Roberta 'Rory' Pattaro, a student from Italy, who sometimes seeks an escape from her regular life by transforming herself into the iconic silver-haired queen from 'Game of Thrones'. View this post on Instagram ð¥ð¥ð¥ #daeneryscosplay #daenerys #cosplay #daenerystargaryencosplay #daenerystargaryen #dany #gameothronescosplay #gameofthrones #got8 #got #imstylewig #iltronodispade #emiliaclarke #dracarys #motherofdragons #stormborn #rorypattaro A post shared by Roberta Rory Pattaro ð (@rorytheweirdo) on Apr 21, 2019 at 6:06am PDT How did Rory tap into her inner Khaleesi? Well, it all began with a dude who was possibly trying to hit on her with a cheesy pick-up line. “I've always been a passionate fan of movies and TV series and I've always dreamed about becoming one of the protagonists of my favourite movies. I discovered this world in 2016 when a boy who followed me on Facebook told me that I'd make a perfect Daenerys. The problem was I'd not even started to watch Game of Thrones,” Rory told LADbible. Well, I'll be damned! The resemblance is so eerie and uncanny that I had to go back and look at Emilia and then Rory to spot the difference. View this post on Instagram Nobody: Me: GOT GOT GOT GOT VISTO CHE TUTTI ME LO STATE CHIEDENDO (LOL STA VOLTA È VERO) LA WIG È DI @imstylewigs #daenerystargaryen #daeneryscosplay #daenerystargaryencosplay #gameofthrones #got #cosplay #daenerys #motherofdragons #khaleesi #emiliaclarke #gameofthronescosplay #imstylewigs A post shared by Roberta Rory Pattaro ð (@rorytheweirdo) on Mar 5, 2019 at 10:52am PST “Because I had blonde hair, people would write 'mother of dragons' underneath my pictures. Eventually, I decided to watch the TV series. Now it is my favourite show and I decided to create my cosplay,” Rory added. View this post on Instagram @camihawke io sono già sul pezzo eh #cosplay #daeneryscosplay #daenerys #daenerystargaryencosplay #daenerystargaryen #motherofdragons #targaryen #got #gameothronescosplay #gameofthrones #emiliaclarke #emilia #torinocomics #torinocomics2019 #bendtheknee #cosplaygirl #stormborn #hbo A post shared by Roberta Rory Pattaro ð (@rorytheweirdo) on Apr 14, 2019 at 1:03pm PDT Interestingly, all her costumes are hand-made and she now has a string of supportive followers who wait with bated breath to see her incredible transformations. However, things can get pretty weird sometimes for Rory. “I have received a few strange requests though. Just a few days ago a man asked me if he could have my face put onto a t-shirt. Also, recently I was on the way back from Torino Comics [a local convention] and a boy asked me for a picture in the subway elevator. I'd used the subway to get there and really enjoyed seeing everyone's reactions to the 'mother of dragons' just sitting on the underground," Rory said. Well, Rory, prepare yourself to have a tidal wave of followers from India now.
  14. Just when we thought the whole PUBG addiction fiasco has come to an end, we hear a new story about someone taking their own life. This time, it's an Indian teenager from Hyderabad who has committed suicide, after his mother allegedly scolded him for playing PUBG on his phone during the board exams. The 16-year-old boy named Kallakuri Samsbashiva, who was a class X student, hung himself from the ceiling fan of his room. Apparently, he latched his bedroom from the inside after being scolded by his mother for playing the game for too long instead of studying for his board exam. © PUBG Corp. As soon as the parents and the neighbors knocked down the door and found him hanging, they rushed him to the nearest hospital, where he was declared dead upon arrival. While speaking to Deccan Chronicle, sub-inspector K Sanjeeva Reddy said the boy has been playing the game for months, which led to his addiction. The news about the boy taking his life comes as a surprise, especially when just heard that the ban on the game has been lifted. It's high time that people start taking this more seriously and act responsibly. Or else it's only a matter of time until the game gets banned and people start getting arrested, again.
  15. Getting into prestigious institutions like IIT, and scoring a job by top global companies like Google, Facebook, etc., is a dream of almost all the aspiring engineering students in the country. But imagine how cool it would be if you get your dream offer for doing something that you're passionate about? Well, a 21-year-old engineering student in Mumbai just got lucky! © TOI Abdullah Khan, who's currently pursuing BE (Computer Science) from Shree LR Tiwari Engineering College in Mumbai, scored an offer from Google. How, you ask? Well, he takes part in many online programming competitions in his free time, and his profile apparently impressed the folks over at Google. So they ended up offering him a Rs. 1.2 Crore job at their HQ in London. According to the Times of India, Khan had to appear for a series of online interviews and a final screening at the London office before landing the job. He'll be working with Google's site reliability engineering team starting this September. His six-figure package at Google includes the base salary of Rs 54.5 lakh per annum, with 15 per cent bonus and stock options worth Rs. Rs 58.9 lakh over four years. In an email, Google officials mentioned that they had seen Khan's profile on the programming site, and they were looking for resources in locations across Europe. © Google Khan, on the other hand, noted that he wasn't expecting such an offer when he took part in these competitions. “I used to participate as it was fun. I did not even know that firms check programmers' profiles on such sites. I showed the email to my friend who knew someone who had received such an email in the past. I am looking forward to joining their team. It will be an amazing learning experience for me,” he said. What's more interesting is that he did his schooling in Saudi Arabia and moved to Mumbai only after class XII. He also tried getting into an IIT, but he couldn't manage to get in.
  16. There is no greater joy for a teacher than to see his/her students living their dreams, and touching new heights of success. A teacher meets her success through every achievement and milestone her students touch, and experiences the joys of life through their success stories. A similar story unravelled some 30,000 feet above air for a play school teacher named Sudha Satyan, who was aboard a plane flying to Chicago in the US. When she was all settled in for the journey, the in-flight announcements from the pilots revealed that Sudha was being flown to the US by a Captain Rohan Bhasin, and she wondered if it was the student from 30 years ago. Just imagine that moment when she hears “Capt Rohan Bhasin” Your son must have been thrilled. Indeed #WarmsTheCocklesOfMyHeart . — Louvina Andrade (@LouvinaA) March 25, 2019 The 3-year-old zealot had introduced himself as a 'Captain Rohan Bhasin' to Sudha, during their first introduction, and this possible coincidence 30 years down the lane from that incident made Sudha reach out to the cabin crew and inquire how she could get in touch with the captain. Turns out Captain Rohan Bhasin of Air India was indeed the same boy Sudha Satyan had taught many moons ago at her play school, and he really did fulfill his dream of becoming a 'Captain' after all. #WarmsTheCocklesOfMyHeart.... During Playschool admission, the teacher asked my son his name. Nonchalantly he answered, "Capt Rohan Bhasin". And he was just 3. And today, the same teacher was enroute to Chicago. And he was indeed the Captain. ð¤ð¨‍âï¸#StudentTeacherReunionâ¤ï¸ pic.twitter.com/nGAqZSKUnF — Nivedita Bhasin (@nivedita_bhasin) March 24, 2019 Captain Rohan's mother, who is also an Air India Pilot, shared a heartwarming post of their reunion with a then and now photograph on Twitter, and wrote: 'During playschool admission, the teacher asked my son his name. Nonchalantly he answered, "Capt Rohan Bhasin". And he was just 3. And today, the same teacher was enroute to Chicago. And he was indeed the Captain.' The reunion was teary and full of happy smiles, but it seems Twitter is all for this reunion, and cannot stop gushing over it. It's amazing how you have inspired all your childrenâ¤ï¸ — Richa S Mukherjee (@richashrivas) March 25, 2019 What a lovely reunion! — Janaki Kulkarni (@janaki_kulkarni) March 24, 2019 Beautiful ððð. Dreams do come true! — Ashaba Faridah (@AshabaFaridah) March 24, 2019 Thats very lovely, best moment for a teacher to see her student reached his goal...truely amazing — Jitendra Bhavsar (@jitu_bhavsar) March 26, 2019 It's a touching and a heartwarming gesture by Rohan. Greater still is that the teacher remembered his name. That I think was the best Gurudakshina ever in recent years. Guru Brahma! — mathew thomas (@mat3201981) March 26, 2019 Words cannot describe this moment. Never would someone might have seen such a dream becoming reality. Blessed are the people who are a part of this wonderful event. — Vivek (@vsormasd) March 26, 2019
  17. Chile is one country which has been constantly progressing when it comes to transgender laws. As recent as November of 2018, the Chilean President Sebastian Pinera, passed a law allowing people over the age of 14, to change their names and gender in official records. The move that was welcomed by the majority of the people, seemed like just another 'rubber stamp' considering Chile's traditionally conservative and predominantly Roman Catholic nature. © El Universal However, all these claims were put to rest after a prestigious women's school named Liceo Javiera Carrera gave admission to a transgender. Arlén Aliaga who was celebrating her 18th birthday on the historic day of her admission, used to study in an all-boys high school and revealed how she received support from her classmates but was constantly harassed by her teacher because of her preferences for clothes. Initially, the school rejected her admission at first, the reason being the lack of seats, but after a strong campaign from LGBT activists and supporters from the mayor of Santiago, Aliaga was admitted on March 6, which also marks her birthday. © Radio Universidad de Chile Talking to AFP, she said,”It's historic, maybe I'm the first. I know there are others who tried and didn't succeed, but clearly, it's possible.” Now that's one hell of a birthday present.
  18. 'Gully Boy'opened to rave reviews and immense appreciation, both at the box office and by the audience. While it was already expected that Zoya Akhtar'storytellingng will kill it with the brilliance of Alia and Ranveer mixed together, what really stood out as a brilliant surprise was the character of MC Sher, played by actor Siddhant Chaturvedi. View this post on Instagram Polished over time, some words. Rusted over dreams, some feelings. . #SundaySymphony . Picture by @abheetgidwani Styled by @mrsheetalsharma Hair by @shifstershetty @bbluntindia Makeup by @mehakoberoi A post shared by Siddhant Chaturvedi (@siddhantchaturvedi) on Mar 2, 2019 at 11:56pm PST The actor bowled everyone over with his strong performance and people are already betting their hearts on him. However, like most successful stories, Siddhant had his own share of blows and lows to reach where he is right now. He shared his story of how acting happened and what all he traded on his way up to reach this juncture with 'Humans Of Bombay'. View this post on Instagram “My father has always been fond of Cinema, so he'd take me to watch movies every Friday & my love affair with Cinema began. My dad would play Salman songs on tape & I'd dance! I even had Shahrukh's 'COOL' necklace! I was always inclined towards art-the first poem I wrote was for a girl in 9th grade. She turned me down, but I continued writing, not knowing where it'd lead. Still, my primary career option was to become a CA, like my father! So I studied, never once thinking about acting. That seed was planted when in college, I got into the drama team. I realised I loved it! But I had to leave it to focus on my CA exams. Between college & my classes–I barely slept! But I knew I had to finish my education– I was doing it for the heck of it, but once I started, I needed to reach that finish line. So I cleared my exams, just 15 marks away from the rank! If you ask me, what my biggest achievement is–it's not acting. I knew I'd achieve that, but it's passing my exams, because that's something I never wanted to do. Later, before my finals, I asked my dad for time to focus on acting. I'd go with my friends to auditions. In my first audition, they told me to 'learn how to look at the camera first & then come back.' But through it all, my dad was my true MC Sher. He said, 'be patient & don't undersell yourself ever, to always chase my dreams & he'll give me food & a roof so that I could do what I wanted. He gave me the freedom to decide & dream. So after 4 years of struggle, with more auditions & more rejections, Inside Edge happened. Because the makers had a vision which my talent fit into! After which– I met Zoya Akhtar at the success party & danced with her on Gallan Goodiyan. As fate would have it, she asked me to audition for Gully Boy, for the role that changed my life. After the release, I received a letter from Mr. Amitabh Bachchan himself & when I handed that over to my father, the biggest Bachchan fan, it was the best moment of my life. His face said it all. Plus I can never get tired of already being remembered for Sher–I can now truly roar, 'भाठभाठभाठà¤à¤¯à¤¾ शà¥à¤° à¤à¤¯à¤¾ शà¥à¤°'!” A post shared by Humans of Bombay (@officialhumansofbombay) on Mar 2, 2019 at 5:12am PST The post reads as follows: “My father has always been fond of Cinema, so he'd take me to watch movies every Friday & my love affair with Cinema began. My dad would play Salman songs on tape & I'd dance! I even had Shahrukh's 'COOL' necklace! I was always inclined towards art-the first poem I wrote was for a girl in 9th grade. She turned me down, but I continued writing, not knowing where it'd lead. Still, my primary career option was to become a CA, like my father! So I studied, never once thinking about acting. That seed was planted when in college, I got into the drama team. I realised I loved it! But I had to leave it to focus on my CA exams. Between college & my classes–I barely slept! But I knew I had to finish my education– I was doing it for the heck of it, but once I started, I needed to reach that finish line. So I cleared my exams, just 15 marks away from the rank! If you ask me, what my biggest achievement is–it's not acting. I knew I'd achieve that, but it's passing my exams, because that's something I never wanted to do. Later, before my finals, I asked my dad for time to focus on acting. I'd go with my friends to auditions. In my first audition, they told me to 'learn how to look at the camera first & then come back.' But through it all, my dad was my true MC Sher. He said, 'be patient & don't undersell yourself ever, to always chase my dreams & he'll give me food & a roof so that I could do what I wanted. He gave me the freedom to decide & dream. So after 4 years of struggle, with more auditions & more rejections, Inside Edge happened. Because the makers had a vision which my talent fit into! After which– I met Zoya Akhtar at the success party & danced with her on Gallan Goodiyan. As fate would have it, she asked me to audition for Gully Boy, for the role that changed my life. After the release, I received a letter from Mr. Amitabh Bachchan himself & when I handed that over to my father, the biggest Bachchan fan, it was the best moment of my life. His face said it all. Plus I can never get tired of already being remembered for Sher–I can now truly roar, 'भाठभाठभाठà¤à¤¯à¤¾ शà¥à¤° à¤à¤¯à¤¾ शà¥à¤°'!” View this post on Instagram @amitabhbachchan सादर पà¥à¤°à¤£à¤¾à¤®, à¤à¤ªà¤à¤¾ à¤à¤ªà¤¹à¤¾à¤° à¤à¤° à¤à¤¶à¥à¤°à¥à¤µà¤¾à¤¦ मिला à¤à¥ मà¥à¤°à¥ लिठà¤à¤à¤²à¥à¤ªà¤¨à¥à¤¯ हà¥à¥¤ à¤à¤¸ à¤à¤¼à¥à¤¶à¥ à¤à¥ वà¥à¤¯à¤¾à¤à¥à¤¯à¤¾ मà¥à¤ शबà¥à¤¦à¥à¤ मà¥à¤ नहà¥à¤ à¤à¤° सà¤à¤¤à¤¾à¥¤ यॠमà¥à¤°à¥ लिठसà¥à¤­à¤¾à¤à¥à¤¯ à¤à¤° à¤à¤°à¥à¤µ à¤à¤¾ पल हà¥, à¤à¤° à¤à¤¬ बस à¤à¤ªà¤à¥ à¤à¤°à¤£ सà¥à¤ªà¤°à¥à¤¶ à¤à¥ à¤à¤¾à¤®à¤¨à¤¾ à¤à¤°à¤¤à¤¾ हà¥à¤à¥¤ A post shared by Siddhant Chaturvedi (@siddhantchaturvedi) on Feb 22, 2019 at 9:36pm PST From his first poem, to being inspired from the real MC Sher of his life, his father, to finally getting the due recognition and validation from none other than Big B himself, Siddhant is truly the roaring 'sher' of Bollywood right now!
  19. In the most endearing news segment today, 96-year-old Karthyayani Amma from Kerala has shown the nation the kind of will that literacy can conjure, by being selected as the Commonwealth of Learning Goodwill Ambassador, for India. © Twitter Amma became a household name in Kerala, when in November 2018 she achieved her first educational degree at the age of 96! This just goes to show that age no bar, really and that anything is possible, at any time, without the age factor being a big detriment! After her hard work and struggle to get herself an educational qualification, the grandmother from Neyyattinkara, Alappuzha district has been chosen to represent India as the Commonwealth of Learning Ambassador. © Twitter But this isn't all from Amma's book of life. Amma started off as a domestic worker before she turned her life completely around. She was the oldest woman to have appeared in the Kerala Literacy Mission's Akshara Laksham (million letters) literacy examination and she scored a total of 98 marks out of a 100. Her hard work and struggle to reach this pinnacle is an inspirational story in itself. The one and only Commonwealth Learning Goodwill Ambassadorð. More Power to you dear Karthyayani Amma @NishaPurushoth2 @dhanyarajendran@SnehaMKoshy @MathewLiz @PadmajaJoshi @anusha @Nidhi @NSMlive pic.twitter.com/CwIN4ypmvE — Jvin Tootu (@jvin_tootu) 20 January 2019 The Vice-President of Commonwealth of Learning, Balasubramanian visited Karthayayani Amma after she topped her Kerala Literacy Mission examination, as well and assured her that he story will inspire many, globally. © Twitter Karthyayani Amma, the unstoppable student at her 90s, is now Commonwealth of Learning's @COL4D Goodwill Ambassador. The aim of the initiative is to spread awareness about distance education and open learning among its 53 member nations. pic.twitter.com/xynt3CpM5C — Patron of the natural world (@BejoyKx) 20 January 2019 https://t.co/LYaYzcSZdt This is the kind of India we want to promote. Do we care for her caste, religion, region or any discriminating features? We love her and respect her unconditionally, for the person she is, the Indian she is. #Proudindian — Sym (@sshelby01) 21 January 2019 Amma has definitely made us globally proud and we can't believe someone her age is sill unbelievably active and incredibly cognizant. While Amma prepares for her grade 4 examinations under the Akshara Laksham, we wish her all the luck the universe can conjure and wishes she passes her exams with flying colours. While the Canada-based organisation does what it can to further the education in Commonwealth countries, we wish more people such as Amma come forward and willingly give literacy a fair chance. © Twitter Inspiring! Age is just a number.......! Amazing will power, perseverance and quest to learn......! 96-year-old Karthyayani Amma becomes Commonwealth Goodwill Learning Ambassador https://t.co/W4mDl4BrnY — Dr. S. Raghavachari (@DrSRaghavachari) 20 January 2019 Karthyayani Amma, 96, who topped the 4th standard equivalent exams for adults recently to be the @commonwealthsec #GoodWill ambassador! ð @commonwealthfnd https://t.co/YYqh6Sdjmf — K Tony Jose (@KtonyjoseMM) 21 January 2019
  20. Lucky for you, it's 2018 and there are a plethora of applications that not only help you increase your productivity but also save both time and money. Selected below are some of those applications that'll help you glide through your college life. 1. Frapp © Frapp We all know how difficult it is to manage expenses during college where new ways to spend money don't cease to exist. Frapp helps you with saving some cash, by giving you access to student-exclusive deals. And if you're looking to earn, Frapp also offers you the opportunity to intern for well-known brands or even become an ambassador of them in your college. Frapp is available for Android and iOS. 2. Evernote © Evernote Sharing notes and taking them down is an integral part of college life. Every now and then we come across something that needs to be noted down for future reference, be it sources, exam schedule, important questions etc. Evernote lets you take down notes in various forms (text, images, audio memo, sketches, scanned documents, checklists, clipped web pages). What more? You can also easily search for text, even if it's in an image. Evernote is available on Android, iOS and various other platforms. 3. Mathway © YouTube Going from school to college, your math problems only become tougher. With more constants and variables than ever, it is so easy to lose direction and land at a dead-end. But with Mathway you can either input your problems or just take a snap of it to get solutions! If you want step-by-step solutions, you can purchase a monthly or a yearly subscription. Mathway is available on both Android and iOS. 4. Forest © Forest With more distractions than ever, you don't even have to try to distract yourself. And with phones being a major source of distraction, what if you could curb your phone usage and help the world become greener? A gamified timer lets you plant a seed that will eventually grow into a tree if you don't use your phone during that time. With the Pro version, you can also plant real trees. Forest is available on both Android and iOS. 5. My Study Life © My Study Life The key to a stress-free college life is planning everything in advance. And since it's difficult to follow a routine, My Study Life will be more than happy to help. The app allows you to schedule & make a timetable for exams, assignments, and revisions. It also lets you set tasks & reminders to help get work done. Furthermore, the app is completely free and syncs across all your devices. My Study Life is available on Android, iOS, Windows & even the Web. 6. Udemy © Udemy If you're one of those students who is looking to learn more than what their college has on the palette, then Udemy is something that you should definitely check out. One can learn & choose from more than 80,000 online certified courses from topics like Coding to Music. This app is the perfect example of how a smartphone can open doors to new opportunities. Udemy is available on Android, iOS) & Web. 7. Trello © Trello Ever found yourself in a situation where managing a group project or assignment became a mess and it was difficult to ascertain who was doing what? Even if you didn't, Trello is here to make project management & organization really simple. Everything that has to be done or is to be done can be neatly stacked in cards that are easy to maintain. You can also integrate third-party apps like Evernote, OneDrive or Twitter to help you with the workflow. Trello is available on Android, iOS & the Web.
  21. People say you're never too old or too young to follow your dreams and passion. And the 96-year-old grandma Karthyayani Amma is the proud torchbearer of this saying. We first came to know about Karthyayani Amma in August, when she enrolled in the 4th standard in order to complete her education. Now, Alappuzha's famous granny has recreated history once again by clearing the exam with flying colours. If pursuing studies at 96 wasn't impressive enough, she even topped the exam by scoring 98% marks. © BCCL She was the oldest student to take the 'Aksharalaksham' test conducted by Kerala's Literacy Mission Authority. She will receive a merit certificate from Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today at the Chief Minister's Conference hall. Reportedly, Amma had never gone to school and used to work as a cleaning staff in temples. Amma told India Today, "I'm happy that I got good marks. Now I know how to read, write and calculate." She also said that her great grandchildren, 12-year-old Aparna and 9-year-old Anjana, helped her in learning the lessons. Kerala:96 year old, Karthiyani Amma of Alappuzha who scored 98/100 marks in 'Aksharalaksham' literacy program of Kerala State Literacy Mission, felicitated by CM Pinarayi Vijayan pic.twitter.com/UXRgd4xyob — ANI (@ANI) November 1, 2018 Amma's younger daughter Amminiamma is her inspiration behind taking up education once again, "In our days, women never went to school. When my younger daughter Amminiamma qualified in the tenth equivalent examination in 2016, I took it as a challenge." Kerala already has the highest literacy rate in the country and this programme was launched this year to eliminate illiteracy completely from the state. Nearly, 43,330 students appeared for the exam in the classes 4th, 7th, 10th, 11th and 12th. Out of them, 42,933 cleared the exam. © Twitter After successfully passing ths exam, Amma now wants to learn English in the next term and said, "My great grandchildren are studying in an English medium school. I also want to learn English." We salute Karthyayani Amma for her dedication and strong will to study even at the age of 96, and we hope that more people take inspiration from her.
  22. There are celebrity doppelgangers, twins, body-doubles and then there are mistaken identities where people confuse you for a celebrity even though you don't look like them. And no one can understand the pain better than this college student, who found himself in a similar situation when the university confused him for Amitabh Bachchan. Reportedly, Amit Dwivedi who is a B.Ed student of Ravindra Singh Smarak Mahavidyalaya in Gonda, was allegedly issued an admit card with the picture of Amitabh Bachchan on it, by Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University in Uttar Pradesh. Twitter Amit said, "I had filled up the form with my picture. I am worried that my mark sheet might be issued with Amitabh Bachchan's picture in it." According to the college authorities, this error might have been made by the student or the internet cafe where he might have filled the form. Further, the authorities have ensured that they will make efforts to issue the correct marksheet to the student. Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University has allegedly issued admit card with Amitabh Bachchan's pic to a B.Ed student of Ravindra Singh Smarak Mahavidyalaya in Gonda. Student says,"I had filled up form with my pic. I am worried as mark sheet might be issued with Bachchan ji's pic" pic.twitter.com/TrXta73Hps — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) September 3, 2018 G Mishra, a senior official of Ravindra Singh Smarak Mahavidyalaya said, "Amit is a regular student of our college and has filled his examination form. It is possible that he or the internet cafe from where he filled up the form committed the error. There is also a possibility that University might have erred." He further added, "He is taking his exams. We have informed the principal of the exam centre and will take efforts so that the correct mark sheet is issued to the student." Source: News18
  23. I read somewhere that determination takes you places, excuses don't and I guess it's absolutely right. The world is primarily divided into two parts – one, that is great in getting things done and the other, that is brilliant in coming up with excuses. While most of us proudly move to the latter part of the world, there are some who stick with the former and turn out to be an inspiration for everyone. © Pexels If this wasn't true, then we wouldn't be talking about Walter Carr right now, whose dedication towards his work has left us speechless and has filled our hearts with respect for him. His efforts might mean nothing to some people, but what he did is not something everyone can do. In fact, if we find ever find ourselves in Walter's situation, most of us will probably not do what he did. © Twitter Walter recently joined a company that assists people in moving into their houses. On his first day at work, he was supposed to help his clients Jenny Lamey and her husband Chris, who stayed nearly 20 miles away from his house (FYI that's 32 km). Jenny lives in Homewood and Walter lives in Pelham, Alabama. But, a night before his first day at work, Walter's car broke down and he didn't know how he was going to get to work. But, Walter did not lose hope. He started walking around midnight and walked 32 km to reach the house on time on his first day at work. Moved by Walter's dedication, Jenny took to social media to share this inspiring story. This deserves 1000 retweets! Read this amazing story about Walter, a new bellhop in Birmingham. Major shoutout to the @PelhamPoliceAL officer who lended a helping hand. pic.twitter.com/eLgbAxg4uv — Bellhops (@BellhopsMoving) 15 July 2018 She wrote, “Walter said that he was supposed to help us with our move today. The officer proceeded to tell us that the previous evening, Walter's car broke down and he didn't know how he was going to get to work. So he left Homewood at MIDNIGHT and started WALKING to Pelham on 280. He WALKED ALL NIGHT.” The cops picked him up in the morning and took him to get breakfast and after knowing his story, brought him to Jenny's house. The couple asked if he wanted to take some rest, but he declined the offer and started working. Reportedly, when the company's CEO heard this news about his new employee, he was extremely proud of him and drove to Walter and gifted him a 2014 Ford Escape as a reward. We guess, hard work does pay off and the reward sure is great. Source: Inquirer
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