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Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Yuva Rashtra Darshan Jun 05 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Nagpur Varta Jun 05 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

Video news: Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Troopel Jun 05 2019

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Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Mahavidarbha Nagpur May 30 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

This father is raising funds to plant 1000 trees in Chennai for his one-year-old daughter

EdEx May 30 2019

All the contributions made will be utilised towards creating a Micro Fruit Forest in a government school in Chennai Read more

Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Sakal May 30 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Lokshahi May 30 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Mahasagar Nagpur May 30 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Tarun Bharat May 30 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

Nagpur infant waits for her first glance of the world with the help of generous donors

Punyanagari May 30 2019

It’s been 3 months since Reena Wankhede delivered baby Reemi.The mother was absolutely delighted as the long wait to see her baby came to an end. This wave of joy was however hit by the reality that baby Reemi was born with a rare congenital condition. Read more

450 women to walk the ramp for cancer awareness

DT Next May 29 2019

A ramp walk is soon set to steer the conversation towards cancer awareness in the city. Titled Aal Paathi Aadai Paathi, the fashion show will see cancer survivors and doctors from Chennai taking part in spreading awareness on the deadly disease so as to aid in early detection of it. Read more

Kolkata Boy Scores 78 Percent In WBHSE Despite Rare Lung Disorder

ENewsRoom May 28 2019

Toppers are not always those who score the highest marks. Sometimes even those who score a little less than 80 per cent can take away the limelight from top scorer. Behala’s 18-year-old Sougata Bakshi is one such hero. Read more

A trip to India's first community-owned feminist library in Mumbai

Business Standard May 25 2019

As a student of literature, I used to find it strange that most of the texts we studied were written by white, upper class men who together formed the literary “canon” that feminists have been trying to subvert for decades. Read more

Friendship as thick as blood: How four friends gather to collect money for friend's treatment

The Hindu May 22 2019

Four youngsters gather on busy road to collect money for friend’s cancer treatment Read more

Sally Holkar from Indore’s royal family is weaving the handloom sector out of trouble

YourStory May 21 2019

From uplifting the lives of women weavers to training people from across India at The Handloom School, Sally is reviving the dying handloom industry and its products. Read more

Indian Footy Pioneer Faces Battle

World Footy News May 16 2019

From the earliest days of Australian Rules football in India, one young man has dedicated his time beyond expectations to help grow the game. Sumesh Sawant (also known to some as Sumesh Bond) has been involved as a player, coach, official, teacher and so many other roles and he is only 24 years old. Read more

Sai Parivar to purchase body van through crowd-funding

The Avenue Mail May 16 2019

Sai Parivar Vishwa Seva Sansthan, Jamshedpur, has joined hands with MILAP, a crowd funding agency, to collect donations for purchasing a van. The van would be used for carrying corpses, said outfit members. Read more

Stronger than Cancer. Can Vivek survive a third time?

WomenNow May 15 2019

The sheer will-power of some people is breathtaking. For 23-year-old Vivek, spending the best years of youth bedridden and in pain must be frustrating and scary, but he refuses to give in to the disease and let it destroy his life. Read more

Paying It Forward: Org Turns ‘Zero Interest’ Loans to Farmers into Something Amazing!

The Better India May 11 2019

“The reasons why the farmers were resorting to suicide seemed like issues that could be addressed – some spoke of not having money to educate their children while for some it was the lack of money for their daughter’s marriage.” Read more

Cyclone Fani: Here’s How You Can Help Rebuild Odisha

Outlook Traveller May 06 2019

Last Friday saw the deadly Cyclone Fani hit India’s east coast and Bangladesh. The areas most affected by the (extremely severe) cyclone included Odisha and parts of West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Read more

In the wake of Cyclone Fani, Odisha emerges a role model in disaster preparedness

YourStory May 05 2019

In preparation for Cyclone Fani, the state of Odisha carried out ‘one of the biggest human evacuations in history,’ with more than a million people evacuated into 9,000 shelters in 24 hours. Read more

Cyclone Fani: Here’s how you can help

The News Minute May 05 2019

Massive relief and restoration work is underway to provide basic facilities – electricity, water supply and mobile connectivity – to the affected people in Odisha. Read more

India’s first ever woman footballer to be invited to play in La Liga struggling for finances

Fox Sports Asia May 05 2019

Women’s football is still an aspect of the sport which is largely overlooked. It is increasingly difficult for talented women to follow their dreams in relation to the game. For India based Brishti Bagchi, however, things were just starting to kick off, until her dream of moving to Spain was shattered. Read more

Yasminee’s Shelter Home for the Homeless

The CSR Journal May 04 2019

The small heroic acts that people perform in their limited capacities are more inspirational and have power to create a bigger impact than the big radical ideas of changing the society. Read more

This Compassionate 82-YO Has Helped 23,000+ Terminally Ill People Live Their Last Days in Dignity & Peace

The Better India May 04 2019

“The help we provide them is completely free of charge. Whether for the bed, medicines, counselling, or the food we provide. Whether rich or poor, belonging to any religion or caste, we accept all patients who come our way,” says Rao. Read more

Sunshine story: This 'doctor' prescribes laughter to kids with cancer

Mid Day May 03 2019

The 'doctor' is Pravin Tulpule, 58, a retired Navy officer, who comes to the ward dressed as a clown to lighten the mood for the cancer patients Read more

കാന്‍സര്‍ ബാധിതനായ എട്ട് വയസ്സുകാരന്റെ ചികിത്സക്കായി കൈക്കോര്‍ത്ത് ഒരു ഗ്രാമം

Variety Media May 02 2019

നോർത്ത് പറവൂർ തിരുമുപ്പം ഇസബെല്ല സ്കൂളിലെ മൂന്നാം ക്ലാസ് വിദ്യാർത്ഥിയാണ് കോട്ടുവള്ളി പഞ്ചായത്ത് 19-ാം വാർഡ് പുളിക്കൽ വീട്ടിൽ ജോമോൻ മകൻ കെവിൻ ജോ ജോർജ്ജ്. വേനലവധിക്കു ശേഷം സ്കൂളുകൾ തുറക്കാറായതോടെ അവന്റെ കൂട്ടകാരെല്ലാം പുത്തനുടുപ്പും പുതിയ ബാഗുമൊക്കെയായി അടുത്ത ക്ലാസിലേക്ക് Read more

Kin of liver patient in Andhra Pradesh turn to crowdfunding for aid

The New Indian Express May 01 2019

Appa Rao, husband of K Lakshmi who is in ICU due to a chronic liver disease, is now running from pillar to post to pool in Rs 30 lakh to save his wife’s life Read more

MBBS student fighting blood cancer finds help through crowdfunding

Niyomiya Barta Apr 27 2019

Abdur Rehman Choudhury, a first semester medical student at Assam Medical had just started his journey to become the second physician in his family Read more

MBBS student fighting blood cancer finds help through crowdfunding

The Assam Rising Apr 27 2019

Abdur Rehman Choudhury, a first semester medical student at Assam Medical had just started his journey to become the second physician in his family Read more

Milaap Crowdfunding Helps Cancer Patients

Trinity Mirror Apr 26 2019

2-year-old Sagnik was such a happy child! When he was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma Stage IV cancer, there was hardly anything his father would not do to save him

Lake rejuvenation: A restart from periphery

Deccan Herald Apr 26 2019

Faced with the prospect of an impending water catastrophe, shrinking lakes and a culture of rampant encroachments, lake rejuvenation had entered Bengaluru’s lexicon as a fashionable buzzword. Read more

On a mission to revive 45 city lakes by 2025

Deccan Herald Apr 25 2019

Rejuvenating three near-dead lakes on the city’s outskirts through a ‘natural,’ citizen-driven way, Anand Malligavad is on a mission: To revive 45 lakes by 2025. Read more

Unbearable pain, Burning skin: A brutal acid attack

Vanitha Apr 25 2019

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What this mountaineer scaling Mt Aconcagua has to do with building a school in Hyderabad

The New Indian Express Apr 24 2019

Hyderabad-based Sphoorti Foundation is in need of funds for a new school and Mountaineer VJ Nagender Rao is going to climb one of the most dangerous peaks of the world to help them do so Read more

Tejas R heads to France to represent India at the Street Football World Festival

Bangalore Mirror Apr 21 2019

Freestyle football champion Tejas R is heading to France to represent India at the Street Football World Festival Read more

This cafe in India is fully run by acid attack survivors

LA Times Apr 18 2019

For years she would not show her scarred face in public. People stared. She was once told that she looked OK from behind but that from the front, she was a witch. Read more

Water bowls to bird boxes: How people are helping animals beat the heat this summer

The News Minute Apr 16 2019

These organisations and individuals across south India have taken it upon themselves to ensure that stray animals and birds have it a little easier this punishing summer. Read more

Water bowls to bird boxes: How people are helping animals beat the heat this summer

The News Minute Apr 16 2019

These organisations and individuals across south India have taken it upon themselves to ensure that stray animals and birds have it a little easier this punishing summer. Read more

ACID ATTACK SURVIVORS

In The Now Apr 15 2019

Nearly 1,500 acid attacks happen worldwide every year. 80% of the victims are women while most of the attackers escape punishment. Read more

Solomon the "Appa" of 47 HIV+ Kids

In The Now Apr 15 2019

These HIV+ kids were abandoned by their families and society. This man took them in and changed their lives forever. Read more

Indian footballer headed to the Spanish League

The Hindu Business Line Apr 05 2019

Bengaluru-based soccer player Brishti Bagchi may become the first Indian woman to play in the Spanish League, if all goes well. Read more

Why Pakistani Hindus leave their homes for India

Times of India Apr 04 2019

The refugees live in makeshift houses and tents in Delhi. Read more

Be of help to someone through crowdfunding

Dainik Jagran Apr 03 2019

Crowdfunding is becoming an easier option to help people over the past few years. Read more

She's afraid to look into the mirror : Skin Cancer : Wafa's pain and tears

Manorama News Apr 03 2019

She's too scared to look into the mirror. Wafa's life has been ruined by Cancer. Read more

MBBS student fighting blood cancer finds help through crowdfunding

Dainik Batori Apr 02 2019

Abdur Rehman Choudhury, a first semester medical student at Assam Medical had just started his journey to become the second physician in his family Read more

MBBS student fighting blood cancer finds help through crowdfunding

Hills Times Apr 02 2019

Abdur Rehman Choudhury, a first semester medical student at Assam Medical had just started his journey to become the second physician in his family Read more

MBBS student fighting blood cancer finds help through crowdfunding

Meghalaya Guardian Apr 02 2019

Abdur Rehman Choudhury, a first semester medical student at Assam Medical had just started his journey to become the second physician in his family Read more

MBBS student fighting blood cancer finds help through crowdfunding

The Assam Post Apr 02 2019

Abdur Rehman Choudhury, a first semester medical student at Assam Medical had just started his journey to become the second physician in his family Read more

MBBS student fighting blood cancer finds help through crowdfunding

Hills Times Apr 02 2019

Abdur Rehman Choudhury, a first semester medical student at Assam Medical had just started his journey to become the second physician in his family Read more