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Shraddha Walkar case: Why women fail to come out of an abusive relationship

‘I will chop you into pieces, Aftab had threatened Shraddha two years ago’, ‘Shraddha Walkar Murder: 5 sharp-edged knives recovered from Aaftab's house’, ‘Delhi court sends Aftab to 5-day police custody’, ‘Aftab and Shraddha fought over expenses before murder, cops find blood stains in kitchen’, ‘Aftab dated other women in his house with Shraddh’s...

CSR Leaders: Shyam Motwani, Business Head, Godrej Locks opens up on their Home Safety Awareness Campaign

Godrej Locks celebrates ‘Home Safety Day’ on 15th November every year. This year was also not an exception. To mark this event, the brand announced a ‘Live Safe, Life Free’ Program under which they will run a ‘Home Safety Awareness Campaign’ across 52 locations in the ‘10 most vulnerable Indian cities’ over 52 weeks....

World Children’s Day: How Covid- 19 pandemic impacted kids with special needs

World Children's Day is celebrated on the 20th of November every year with the purpose of promoting international togetherness, awareness among children globally and children's welfare. To mark the special occasion this year, The CSR Journal takes a look into children with special needs, how their learning and education were impacted during the recent...

International Men’s Day: Best Yoga asanas and gym workout for men

International Men's Day, an occasion to honour men for their contribution towards nation, society and families. There are men guarding us at our borders as soldiers, ensuring our safety and security as police personnel, saving lives as doctors and other medical personnel in hospitals, men working as security guards, working as cleaning staff, daily...

National Epilepsy Day – things we must know about the disorder

Even in the present day, epilepsy is a disorder which many people fail to understand, especially in our country. Several parts of rural India are still shrouded in superstitions about epilepsy, where villagers even take seizure patients to local exorcists thinking that the person has been overpowered by ghost/supernatural. On National Epilepsy Day, November 17,...

CSR Leaders: Angelo George, CEO, Bisleri International opens up on their ‘Bottles for Change’ initiative

We are living at a time when plastic pollution is a major reason to worry for its harmful impact on the environment, marine life and humans. India’s major mineral water manufacturer Bisleri, in their attempt to reduce the amount of plastic waste entering the landfill has started an awareness campaign titled ‘Bottles for Change’. Mr...

Kolkata preschool’s ‘different gift’ for toddlers on Children’s Day

This is the story of Children’s Day Celebration, but in a slightly different way. On Children’s Day 14th November, schools and preschools across India mark the day by hosting cultural functions for their students, screening a motivational film or events like fancy dress competition. Some even donate alms to the needy. However, a kindergarten...

Watch: How a coaching centre in Jharkhand is changing lives of underprivileged children

Achaljamu – a remote village located in Bishungarh subdivision, Hazaribagh district, Jharkhand. The villagers are mostly farmers and a lot of them are even below poverty line. For the children of such underprivileged families, many of whom do not even get to finish school education, studying in private tuition is nothing less than a...

National Education Day: A free preschool for Bengaluru’s underprivileged children 

“A nation is advanced in proportion as education and intelligence spread among the masses. If we are to rise again, we shall have to… spread education among the masses,” – Swami Vivekananda November 11 is celebrated as National Education Day every year to mark the birth anniversary of independent India’s first Education Minister Maulana Abul...

Mumbai’s vegan café contributing to give back to nature

We are living at a time when adopting eco-friendly practices are no longer a choice. At a time when the Earth is battling with over-exploitation and destruction of natural resources, pollution, global warming and climate change, it is time to wake up and act fast to save the planet, which is our only home. Even...

National Cancer Awareness Day: Why and where to donate your hair for cancer patients

Cancer. The physical pain and mental fear associated with the disease is enough to shatter the self-confidence of any person and make them feel, ‘I am going to die’. To make the situation even worse comes the loss of hair and even baldness which often happens as a side effect of the treatment. Powerful...

Green initiative at West Bengal’s Jhargram to reduce plastic use and support local women

At a time when the world is battling a gigantic issue of plastic pollution, a ‘green initiative’ started by a few women from a remote village in West Bengal’s Bankura district is surely an inspiring move! Supporting this eco-friendly initiative is a group of kind hearted souls from the neighbouring district of Jhargram. Handmade bags...

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