Telangana's Jayashankar-Bhupalpally and Mulugu district IPS officer, Dr Sangram Singh G Patil is making an effort to uplift the lives of tribal population by providing free medical aid. Patil has been successfully organising health checkups for over 650 Gotti Koya Tribal families, suffering from various distressing ailments. Reportedly, he graduated as a doctor in 2011 conducting 550 RT-PCR tests, and took up civil services in 2015.
Courtesy: The Logical Indian
A 72-year-old man named Durga Prasad Timsina met his mother after 41 years following the efforts of prisoner's friend, a radio operator in Kolkata. Timsina, serving sentences in various prisons was spotted by a parole prison inmate who helped him find his family through Ham Radio. Reportedly, Timsina was a school teacher who left home in 1980 to join the Indian Army in Darjeeling where he was ensnared in a murder case by the man who promised… read-more
Courtesy: The Times Of India
Bihar migrant worker Pramod Baitha, who went jobless amid the pandemic, has started an LED bulb factory from home today. Taking inspiration from 'vocal for local,' Pramod started manufacturing LED bulbs by investing Rs 40,000 for raw materials. Besides, he has given employment to local labourers by imparting formal training to them. Interestingly, Baitha got appreciation in PM Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat'. Currently operated by 8 employees, Baitha… read-more
Courtesy: The New Indian Express