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Tamil Nadu Police launches initiative for safety of women travelling alone at night

Are you a woman residing in Tamil Nadu? Do you have to travel late night for work or any other purpose? Do you feel scared or unsafe while travelling alone at night? If the answer is ‘yes’, then here is good news for you! Tamil Nadu Police has launched a new initiative keeping the matter...

International Yoga Day 2023: How to heal back pain and stress with easy to do asanas and pranayamas

Are you a corporate professional? Stressed about meeting your weekly deadlines and monthly targets? Are you sitting on your office chair for longer hours every day? Don’t have time to workout? The results are often stress, anxiety, back pain, stiffness of the muscles and several far more serious long term consequences. Did you know you...

How Pakka Foundation is providing joyful learning to less-privileged children in Ayodhya

Twenty five-year-old Maya works as a domestic help while her husband Atul is a daily wage labourer in a village in Uttar Pradesh. Their 5-year-old daughter has not been initiated to alphabets yet. While the Constitution of India counts free and compulsory education of all children in the age group of six to fourteen years...

A WhatsApp Helpline for garbage and latest sustainable initiatives in Mumbai

While the World Environment Day is celebrated in the month of June globally every year, honourable Chief Minister of Maharashtra Eknath Shinde and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation are taking steps towards making Mumbai cleaner and more sustainable in this month. Within a week of World Environment Day (5th June), a host of new initiatives have...

Odisha train accident: Sonu Sood starts helpline for victims, Virender Sehwag offers free education to orphaned children

21-year-old Sourav Roy from West Bengal boarded the ill-fated Coromandel express on Friday to join his first job in Chennai. His dead body returned home two days later. Sourav’s father works at a clothes shop in Kolkata while his mother has fallen sick unable to bear the news of her son's untimely demise. On 2nd...

Odisha train accident: Indian companies and non-profits extend a helping hand

India’s deadliest train crash so far, the train accident which took place near the Bahanaga Baazar station in Odisha’s Balasore district has shaken the entire nation. On the 2nd June, the accident involving the Shalimar-Chennai Coromandel Express, Bengaluru-Howrah Superfast Express and a goods train loaded with iron ore, has left 278 people dead and...

World Environment Day 2023: Haleon is planting trees using Miyawaki technique to make Delhi greener

World Environment Day is observed on the 5th June every year with the aim of spreading awareness about the threats to the environment in the present day and the need to protect nature. The theme for World Environment Day 2023 is #BeatPlasticPollution. Haleon’s green initiative Delhi keeps hitting the headlines for its poor air quality and...

World No Tobacco Day 2023: Tobacco, the gateway to cancer and death

World No Tobacco Day is observed on the 31st of May every year by the World Health Organization and public health champions around the globe. The purpose is to spread awareness against the harmful effects of tobacco on human health, including the deaths caused by tobacco consumption and addiction. World No Tobacco Day 2023 Theme This...

Watch: How a school girl is spreading awareness against tobacco addiction in Mumbai

Cancer is a major cause of deaths across the world. In the year 2018, cancer was the second leading cause of death globally, accounting for an estimated 9.6 million deaths, or one in six deaths, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). While lung, prostate, colorectal, stomach and liver cancer are the most common types...

How Humane Society International/India is working to stop animal cruelty and suffering

Animals are the most frequent victims of cruelty. No matter how much trust and love they shower us with, we humans subject them to various kinds of cruelty and suffering. Sometimes this cruelty is for a reason like testing of products on animals in laboratories and several times this is done just for ‘fun’...

CSR Leaders: Priya Agarwal Hebbar from Vedanta Ltd. talks about ‘The Animal Care Organization’ launched by Anil Agarwal Foundation

The plight of stray animals on our streets and instances of human cruelty towards them is known to all. But just like cruel people, kind humans also exist, who make the world a better place to live for our four legged friends. Anil Agarwal Foundation (AAF) is the umbrella entity of Vedanta Limited’s initiatives to...

Admission begins in 80 Schools of Excellence launched by Jharkhand Chief Minister

The process of admission has begun in the 80 Schools of Excellence inaugurated by Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren in various districts across the state. For admission to 1st, 6th and 9th standards, the last date for submitting the application is 15th May, while admission tests would be conducted on 19th May. In a historic...

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