Yes, not a mannequin or statue, but he was helped in his innovative idea by Kannada actress Sonu Gowda. Dressed in a green outfit, the popular star was seen playfully splashing water sitting on the edge of the pond aka pothole. in Bengaluru’s busy street.
Sushma Swaraj promptly reached out to A Evangelin, a Russian tourist, by tweeting — “Evangelin – Your country Russia is our time tested friend. My officials in Chennai will provide you all help.”
This was an experiment conducted by a New Zealand bank, and it goes on to prove that humanity and compassion do exist – all that one needs to do is probe a bit deeper.
This story goes to show that there is inherent good in people around the world, and how lives can change for the better in the most unexpected of ways.
Anand Mahindra shared a moving video that could probably change your outlook towards the problems in your lives. The video shows a little boy with stumps, instead of hands or legs, climbing a ride in an amusement park without anyone’s help, while his mother eggs him on.
At the ongoing New York Fashion Week, on September 8, artist Maia Ruth Lee walked the ramp for designers Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta for their Spring 2018 show and gloriously displayed her baby bump.
Led by a female artist, Swarna Chitrakar, seven members of this Muslim family are responsible for this year’s puja pandal at Rupchand Mukherjee Lane’s Sarbojanin Puja. Even the idol is being modelled by a woman artisan, Piyali Sadhukhan, based on Chitrakar’s paintings.
‘She’s unbelievably strong…I remember when I was getting a divorce 4 years ago, she was at my doorstep everyday…she never let me slip and I remember thinking about how her problems were so much bigger than mine but she never stopped smiling.’
This year, we’ve stood witness to the happy sights of people from different communities coming together to celebrate each others’ festivals. Be in Muslims doing aarti on Ganesh Chaturthi or Sikhs inviting Muslims into their gurudwaras to offer namaz.
At a time when cases of communal animosity are being reported from different parts of the country, a Muslim family has donated their land here for the expansion of a Hanuman temple. This temple is located about one kilometer from the district headquarters on Gupteshwar road in village Bagwaz.
“What is one moment in your life you thought could only happen in a movie?” the question read. Replying to the thread by saying, “I can’t not answer this,” Kevin Walsh recounted one of the best moments in his life when he got a call from his future wife that saved his life.
The fridge is open to all every day from 7am to 9pm, and there is also a security guard to make sure things are safe. Alongside the refrigerator, one would also find a shelf, where people can donate anything from books to clothes, but they all should be in usable condition.
The Mumbai Police was quick to respond to a woman’s tweet on being stalked by two unidentified men on a bike. Not only did they catch the guy on the bike, but also used the incident to warn others against stalking, while encouraging women to #ReportStalking.
The Pakistani woman said that not only are they both close friends,but their families also have good relations. ‘She had told me to bring the idol of devi. I chose Saraswati’s idol after coming to know that she is worshipped here as the goddess of knowledge and wisdom,’ she said.
Sadly, the 16-year-old girl was fighting severe depression and said that she felt “so worthless she couldn’t even brush her hair.” She came into the salon and asked the hairdresser to completely shave off her head, but the dedicated stylist spent 13 hours fixing it.