At a time when there are heartbreaking stories of owners abandoning their pets on the streets during the lockdown, it is indeed heartening to see more and more people taking care of the animals in their community.
While marriage has always been on the cards for the duo, the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic reaffirmed this. “[We realised] if we have each other, we're fine. And we just knew for sure that this was what we wanted to do for the rest of our lives,” she says.
India produces over 25,000 tonnes of plastic waste every day. Over one lakh kilometers of road have been constructed using plastic across the country — a move that both helps tackle the problem of non-recyclable waste, as well as provides employment to thousands of rag pickers in the country. These roads are also more durable.
In the video, some villagers make the bold attempt to rescue a goat that fell into an abandoned borewell. They manage to do so successfully, and their heroic act has been praised by netizens.
It’s a dog eat dog world, but some millennials manage to stay out of the rat race and pursue their passions instead. What more can you ask for when your passion not only becomes your career, but also helps you contribute to society by reviving an almost-extinct art of storytelling and puppetry?
Bollywood’s Dream Girl Hema Malini and husband Dharmendra are absolutely ecstatic as their elder daughter Esha Deol is pregnant with her first child. For Esha and her businessman husband Bharat Takhtani, it will be a winter baby. Both Hema Malini and Esha Deol were unavailable for a comment to the tabloid.
Actress Soha Ali Khan and husband Kunal Kemmu are on cloud nine, since they are expecting their first child together. Soha is pregnant and though the couple hasn’t announced it officially as of now, a source close to the couple has confirmed the news to us. “Soha Ali Khan is pregnant and the couple is obviously elated with the news.
Shriyans Bhandari, 21 and Ramesh Dhami, 23, the co-founders of Greensole used to run together for two years when Shriyans was in the second year of his college. The idea of starting Greensole germinated during one of their runs when they were discussing how athletes like themselves discarded at least 3-4 pairs of expensive shoes in a year.