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'Adopt, don't shop': Bride and bridesmaids swap flowers for rescue dogs to promote adoption

The puppies and their mother were pulled from a kill-shelter in Georgia recently and brought to the centre, so it was a perfect opportunity for the pair to introduce them to the world, which would encourage others to give the furballs a permanent home.

Gurudwara serves hot meals to Australian firefighters working to control bushfires

Firemen with the Hornsby Rural Fire Brigade had just finished containing a fire in South Turramurra on Sydney's North Shore, when they were treated to home-cooked meals during an afternoon break. 

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'We owe you some milk': Australian firefighters' note in home they saved from wildfire goes viral

The elderly man took to Facebook to share the note to thank the firefighters and jokingly called them "heroes and milk sneaks", adding, "The best note on my kitchen bench since the morning after my wedding."

'Amazing' judge holds lawyer's baby while swearing her in as attorney

Judge Dinkins of the Tennessee Court of Appeals was seen carrying the boy, named Beckham, in one arm while reading the oath of admission to Juliana Lamar, who was being sworn in as an attorney to the Tennessee Bar.

A viral photo of a hungry girl outside a classroom got her admission in the school

The photo was originally published in a Telegu daily with the title 'Aakali Choopu' - meaning a hungry look - and was clicked at the Deval Jham Singh Government High School in Hyderabad.

Pune housemaid's visiting card goes viral, gets job offers from across country

According to the post, from the time the visiting card has gone viral, "Maushi’s phone just hasn’t stopped ringing!" and job offers have poured from all across the country. Moreover, she handed over the phone to Shinde to manage the "incessant enquires."

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'You're never too small to make a difference': Scientist names beetle after Greta Thunberg

Nelloptodes gretae: The new species, named after Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg, belongs to a group of some of the smallest known animals.

Italian couple survive landslide after pet cats wake them up in nick of time

Claudio Piana's house was among the many buildings and tenements damaged across the Liguria region that was caused after incessant rains led to overflowing rivers and triggered landslides in Italy.

Watch: Protesters in Lebanon sing 'Baby Shark' for toddler who got caught in a protest

The video went viral across social media sites and people loved the sweet gesture by the men and lauded them for their compassion and care.

'Love doesn't need sound': Deaf man uses signs to talk with daughter, video warms hearts online

Several were moved by the interactions between the man and his daughter after the video went viral with many observing the little girl's eyes "fixated" on her father.

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International Women's Day: "I had no choice but to be firm and fight back!" North India's first woman autorickshaw driver

International Women's Day: Today at the age of 40, Sunita Choudhary stands dressed in a white tailored suit and brown boots driving her own auto-rickshaw along the streets of South Delhi. She came to the Capital broke escaping an abusive marriage with no place to live.

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