Delhi Men Beat Street Dog To Death, Video Goes Viral
A shocking video of the cruelty of two people, beating a street dog went viral on social media. The video of animal cruelty emerged from Delhi's Sarita Vihar, in which two men identified as Vinod Kumar and Lekhpal, can be seen beating up a street dog brutally. The dog reportedly died from the injuries. The incident was tweeted by People For Animals NGO, demanding action against those two.
Tags: Viral Story, Street Dogs, Animal Welfare, Social Media, NGO
Lata Mangeshkar's Old-Age Home Soon To Be Reality In Nashik
In a welfare move, the family of singing legend Lata Mangeshkar is to built her dream building of an old-age home. On July 13, the Swar Mauli Foundation launched the building, which will be constructed by a "secular and non-profit" foundation, The new home in Nashik will be open for old-age artists and people who are home-less announced Mangeshkar's family on the occasion of Guru Purnima.
Tags: Lata Mangeshkar, Legendary Singer, Nashik , Old Age Home, NGO
Bombay HC Directs Maha Govt To Issue Orphan Certificate For 2 Students: NEET UG 2022
The Bombay High Court reviewed a petition filed demanding "orphan certificate" for two students for the 2022 NEET Exams. The Nest India Foundation filed the petition demanding orphan certificate for two girls residing in a home for abandoned and orphaned girls in Mumbai. HC bench comprising Justices Revati Mohite Dere and Madhav Jamdar, passed the order on May 6, directing the Maharashtra Government to issue the certificate soon.
Tags: Bombay High Court, Orphan Certificate, Mumbai, Maharashtra , NGO
Gurugram Man Quits Corporate Job To Help Low-Income Children
Kushal Raj Chakrovarty of Gurugram started Lotus Petal Foundation in 2011. It started out by giving shoes and socks to two children who had no winter wear or socks to keep them warm. Over the years, Kushal discovered that many children in low-income groups were studying in lower grades than their actual ages. Meanwhile, Chakrovarty also left his… read-more
Tags: lotus petal foundation, children, Delhi, NGO, Winter
Courtesy: The Better India
Bhubaneswar NGO Provides Job To Poor Kids, Helps Them In Education
Ashayen, an NGO based in Bhubaneswar, is receiving appreciation from people as they provide jobs to around 58 poor children such as rag pickers and help them ''to continue their education and livelihood''. Ahead of Diwali, children paint 'Diyas', which will be sold through social media platforms. The NGO provides them different jobs during different occasions such as New Year, Diwali, Rakhi, said Ratnakar, NGO's Chairman.
Tags: Diwali, NGO, Ashayen, Bhubaneswar, children
Hope's Classroom Buses For Underprivileged Children In Delhi
Underprivileged students had no access to education during the pandemic owing to the closure of schools. However, Hope, a community school in Delhi came as a rescue as they provided the opportunity of the online classroom and mid-day meals. The initiative has been taken by Tejas Asia NGO, where “Hope buses” are provided across Delhi, inside which children study for two hours on subjects like maths and language skills.
Tags: classroom, Online classes, NGO, underprivileged kids, Buses
Courtesy: The Logical Indian
Delhi Govt Initiates Free Food Program For Homeless
In alliance with Akshaya Patra Foundation, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on August 8 initiated a "food distribution program" for the destitute community living in shelter homes all around the city. The objective of the initiative is to supply meals to the homeless throughout NGO's 209 shelter homes which will provide food to 6000 people. "We have worked a lot for the poor", Kejriwal said.
Tags: CM Arvind Kejriwal, Free food Initiative, NGO, Homeless
Women Led-NGO Making Mindfulness On Menstrual Health: Chandigarh
"Sarvani", an NGO in Chandigarh, which was initially a Whatsapp group is now working on the menstrual health of women and bridging the education gap. "Drishti Kharbanda", the founder, had the ambition to build an organization where women worked together to improve each other's lives. The NGO also helped many rural and needy people by distributing food during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tags: Chandigarh, NGO, Covid-19, menstrual hygiene
Courtesy: The Logical Indian
SC Distressed Over Cops; Hundreds Of Cases Filed Under Scrapped IT Act
"It is shocking, distressing, and amazing how police across the country are still registering cases under Section 66A of IT Act, " a Supreme Court bench said on June 29. However, the Act was struck down in 2015, a total of 687 cases were registered then, and currently, increased to 1307, said senior advocate Sanjay Parikh. Moreover, SC issued a notice to the Centre stating, "we will do something".
Tags: Section 66A, Informational Technology Act, Supreme Court, Cases, NGO, Sanjay Parikh, Centre
Courtesy: The Times of India
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Donates Rs110 Cr To Help India In COVID Crisis
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has announced to have donated over Rs 110 ($15mn) crore to help India in the COVID-19 crisis. The donation have been split among three NGOs - Care ($10mn), Aid India ($2.5mn) and Sewa International USA ($2.5mn). All the three NGOs will be jointly working to set up temporary COVID care centres, provide oxygen and other medical supplies along with reaching out to marginalized communities.
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