A clipping of the viral paper was shared by activist Angellica Aribam along with a caption that read, "Manipur Board asks the election symbol of BJP in Political Science paper and it carries 4 marks!".
Organised by Khamir, a platform for the crafts, heritage and cultural ecology of the Kutch region of Gujarat, the four-day exhibition unfurls the traditional craft infused with contemporary designs made by artisans ranging from the age group of 18-60.
What started off as a weekend business soon became an enterprise, with 94-year-old Harbhajan Kaur selling her specialities under the brand name Harbhajan's and the tagline "You'll remember your childhood".
The video was initially shared on the Facebook page 'MCC civic group' -- a non-political group that raises awareness about civic issues. The video was shot by the group's co-founder Arjun Mascarenhas to highlight the plight of roads across the city.
The episode, which lasted for around 20-minutes, left the 28-year-old emotionally drained. Though she was contacted by a senior CISF official Delhi, Arun Singh, who "apologised" and "expressed his regret", Modi thinks its not enough.
Bengaluru Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao said, "They handled real weapons and played with real handcuffs. They sat on the police commissioner's chair and signed some papers. Moreover, the children also played with the K9 Squad (police dogs)."
To tackle the deteriorating condition of the footpaths in their area a group known as the Malleshwaram social in Bangalore decided to do their bit. Roping in some of the top dancers in the city they came out with an awareness video that struck a chord with many.
While every child has to face their own battles, differently-abled children require a little help while doing so. It is not only the responsibility of parents, but also that of the society to make them feel more included and accepted in this world.