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CRPF's first woman officer to be posted in a Maoist-heavy area is helping in the development of the Bastar tribals

27-year old Usha Kiran is the first CRPF woman officer to be posted in the insurgency-impacted Bastar region of Chhattisgarh and she wants to help in the development of tribals which is hampered due to Maoist violence.

This family rescues & shelters innumerable wild animals in Maharashtra

Dr Prakash Amte and Dr Mandakini Amte, of Hemalkasa in Maharashtra, have rescued several wild animals including jackals, leopards, sloth bears, antelopes, snakes, crocodiles and more at their shelter Animal Ark.

Mumbai gets 500 free wi-fi spots, more to follow soon

500 free public wifi spots have been installed across Mumbai – at tourist places, railway stations, bus depots etc. – with 700 more to set up by May, which makes the city one of the world’s largest public WiFi services.

This semi-paralysed man from Kerala spent three years digging a road

Sashi G, a 59-year-old coconut tree climber, who has a paralysed right side, dug a 200 mtr road through a plateau for three years, hoping to convince the panchayat to help him with a three-wheeler for a business.

Shops helps stray animals get shelter from the storm in Istanbul

The worst snowstorms since 2009 recently hit Istanbul, and local business owners have been opening their doors for stray animals, while strangers provided pieces of cardboard inside a local mall for stray dogs, with blankets to keep them warm.

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