• বাঁ হাতেই বিশ্বজয়..!
    ১৯৩৮ সালে কেরোলি টাকাসের বয়স ছিল ২৮ বছর। হাঙ্গেরীর সেনাবাহিনীতে তার মতো ২৫ মিটার ফায়ার পিস্তল স্যুটার কেউ ছিল না। প্রায় সব জাতীয় ও আন্তর্জাতিক পুরস্কার তাঁর দখলে ছিল। ধারণা করা হচ্ছিল ১৯৪০ সালের অলিম্পিক সোনার পদক তিনিই পাবেন। কিন্তু একদিন সকালে তাঁর ডান হাতে আকাশ ভেঙ্গে পড়লো। প্রশিক্ষণ চলাকালীন সময়ে তাঁর ডান হাতে বিস্ফোরিত হলো একটি গ্রেনেড। তাঁর স্যুটিং হাতের সঙ্গে সঙ্গে তাঁর অলিম্পিক স্বপ্নও চূর্ণ হয়ে গেল। একমাস হাসপাতালে কাটানোর পর কেরলি টাকাসের
  • জীবন প্রতিযোগিতার, প্রতি মুহূর্তে, প্রতি নিশ্বাসে।
    প্রতিদিন সকালে পার্কে হাঁটতে আসেন বয়স্ক একজন মানুষ, সবসময় হাসিমুখ, বেশ বিনীত ব্যবহার। সবার সাথে মিষ্টি করে হেসে কথা বলেন। খাবারের দোকানে বিল দেওয়ার সময় প্রতিদিন দোকানদারকে সৌজন্যবশত ধন্যবাদ জানান মানুষটি, কখনো দেখিনি দোকানীকে প্রতিদানে ধন্যবাদ জানাতে। খিটখিটে মেজাজের দোকানীটির কাছে ভাল ব্যবহার কেউ প্রত্যাশা করে না, তাই এতে আশ্চর্য হওয়ার কিছু নেই। কিন্তু আমার অবাক লাগলো বুড়ো মানুষটি দিনের পর দিন এই সৌজন্যবোধটুকু বজায় রেখে চলেছেন কেন সেটি ভেবে। আমার সাথে কেউ এমন রূঢ়
  • HE BELONGS TO THE SKY. WE BELONG TO EARTH!
    ’Once upon a time a man found an eagle’s egg and placed it under a brooding hen. The eaglet hatched with the chickens and grew to be like them. He clucked and cackled; scratched the earth for worms; flapped his wings and managed to a few feet in the air. Years passed. One day, the eagle, now grown old, saw a magnificent bird above him in the sky. It glided in graceful majesty against the
  • THE MYSTERIOUS UNAKOTI: AN OPEN AIR ART GALLERY IN TRIPURA!
    Tripura is the third smallest Indian state. According to the ‘Rajmala”, Tripura’s celebrated court chronicle, an ancient king named ‘tripur’ ruled over the territorial domain known as ‘Tripura’ and the name of the kingdom was derived from his name. Unakoti-meaning one less than a crore, or 99,99,999—is a Shaiva journey spot, not at all like anything you’ll discover in India. It could be said, it isn’t totally dissimilar to Macchu Picchu in Peru. Enter through
  • SATYA RANI CHADHA: THE FACE OF INDIA’S ANTI-DOWRY MOVEMENT!
    Satya Rani Chadha holding a picture of her daughter Shashi Bala. For Satyarani Chaddha life will never be the same after March 17, 1979, when she saw her 24-year-old pregnant daughter burnt like a pile of garbage in the home of her mother-in-law, ‘I had never seen anything like it,’ she wept uncontrollably. ‘There were no eyes, no mouth … it was just a twisted black bundle lying in a corner.’ The mother-in-law refused to
  • SURAJKUND INTERNATIONAL CRAFTS MELA 2017!
    Surajkund Mela comes comfortable scratch of spring. With dates settled for consistently (February 1-15), it makes simpler for explorers to arrange. A marvelous mix of handicrafts, folk arts and folk dances makes it a crowd puller. With lots of food stalls representing different states, Hosted by Haryana Tourism, this fair also has a large entertainment value. With Valentine Day coming towards the end of the festival, young ones from NCR find it tempting to have
  • THE STRUGGLE TO RISE UP!
    Bringing a giraffe into the world is a tall order. A baby giraffe falls 10 feet from its mother’s womb and usually lands on its back. Within seconds it rolls over and tucks its legs under its body. From this position it considers the world for the first time and shakes off the last vestiges of the birthing fluid from its eyes and ears. Then the mother giraffe rudely introduces its offspring to the reality
  • MURUD JANJIRA FORT OF MAHARASHTRA
    Murud Janjira is a picturesque little fishing village on the lush western coast of Maharashtra (150 kms south of Mumbai), one time capital of the former state of Janjira. Janjira is the Marathi corruption of the Arabic jazirah meaning an island. Though the whole area was once called Janjira, the name truly referred to the mighty island fortress in the sea. The pride of Murud Janjira, Janjira Fort, was once the stronghold of the Abyssinian
  • THE CURSE OF TALAKAD!
    Talakad has a long history, about-facing to at any rate the eighth or ninth century when it was the capital of the Ganga Kings. In later years, it was likewise a conspicuous city under the Cholas, the Hoysalas, the Vijayanagar rulers and the Mysore Wodeyars, with each progressive administration adding its own particular engineering stamp to the city. There are 30 sanctuaries here under the sand. There is a nearby myth where individuals trust that
  • HAUNTING RUINS OF ROSS ISLAND!
    Ross Island is a tiny little Island at the mouth of the Port Blair Harbour. It is, in fact, the entry point into the Andaman islands. At one point in time, it served as the capital of the British in this part of India. It was a township that had everything one may need to live a lavish life in. But today this island lies forgotten, deserted and totally abandoned. The island was the headquarter
  • CHIKTAN OF KARGIL!
    Chiktan Fort, also known as Chiktan Khar, is a fort in the Chiktan village of Kargil district, India. It is located deep inside a valley, by the Indus river, with the mountains in the background. It was built the 16th century; today, the neglect and natural forces have reduced the fort to rubble.It is considered to be haunted. Deep within the remote, mountainous region of northern India, Chiktan Castle erupts from the mountainside, seemingly born
  • EMPOWERED RURAL WOMEN IN SATHYAMANGALAM!
     The women of this land in Tamil Nadu have been victims of neglect for ages. Now, in the age of mass media and connected technology, they have found a new weapon to fight the oppression-the video camera. Female volunteers who took part in a film-making workshop conducted by ‘Signs’ and ‘Aide et Action International’ are using the isual platform to tell their stories-real tales of oppression that are plainly told and are hard to neglect.
  • KULDHARA-HAUNTED VILLAGE IN RAJASTHAN!
    Kuldhara-a vast maze-like cluster of roofless homes, bare walls, and a carpet of disjointed bricks are all that remain of what is once said to have been a prosperous village. Sitting quiet in the sand dunes of western Rajasthan, this is just one of eighty-four such abandoned villages dotting the stark landscape. A local myth tells us that these villages were of the Paliwal Bhramins who fled their homes overnight to uphold their honour because
  • THE LEGEND OF KHANA (মহীয়সী নারী খনা)!
    Khana is considered in literature as a lady of olden times who authored the famous sayings which are still popular in the rural society of Bangladesh. The exact period of her life is uncertain. Even many doubt as to her very existence. The attributed dates of her lifetime range from 800 AD to 1200 AD. According to one account, she lived in the village of Deuli in Barasat in 24 Parganas, West Bengal. Her father
  • ALL WE NEED IS… HUMANITY!!!
    Killing a girl child is a crime and you will surly get the punishment for such activity but is that enough to stop killing girl child. We shouldn’t need to understand of the circle that god gives us? And what punishment would be there for such criminal? and lot of other question too. Basically educated people are doing this which is been clear when Aamir khan’s show were premier on Star Plus as illiterate person
  • STORY OF A REAL LIFE HERO SAMRAT!!!
    He is Samrat Dey son of Nihar Dey Aged about 16 year’s permanent residential of Sripur village (P.S Dharmanagar, Dist: North Tripura, State: Tripura). His father is a all time drunker, that is why, four years ago he leave his formal school education and start his own business of  vegetable seller in the local market Huplong Bazar for maintaining his 6 members family. This is a short story of little Samrat.
  • STORY OF A REAL LIFE HERO ANUP!!!
    He is Anup Das son of late Rabindra Das Aged about 15 year’s permanent residential of Sripur village (P.S Dharmanagar, Dist: North Tripura, State: Tripura). Four years ago his father was committed suicide in because of poor economical condition. After the death of his father little Aunp is only earning member of their three members family. His mother is regular suffered by heart disease. That is why, four years ago he leave is formal school
  • MEET MY LEADERS!
    “Leadership is not a matter of Good Looks, Education, Age or something else; it’s a matter of experience and attitude.” It was 02nd July 2014, When I frightened to start my journey by train from Dharmanagar to Guwahati via Lumding, that time these three young blood insist me and also console me by their supportive behaviour and they lead me upto Guwahati from Dharmanagar to Lumding by Railway. That was my first long journey by
  • INSPIRING WOMEN KALPANA SAROJ!
    A woman, who once attempted suicide to escape caste discrimination, poverty and physical abuse, becomes the CEO of a multi-million dollar company.Born into a Dalit family in Maharashta, Kalpana Saroj was bullied at school. Some of her friend’s parents did not let her in their homes, and she was not even allowed to participate in some school activities. She was forced into marriage at the age of 12. She moved to Mumbai to be with
  • STORY OF AN AMAZING VILLAGE KHERA SADHAN IN INDIA!
    If there is one place in India that just doesn’t get the idea of ‘Love jihad’, it is Khera Sadhan in Agra. And that’s because of its peculiar history. During the rule of Aurangzeb (1658-1707), villagers there were asked to either convert to Islam or leave their homes. Faced with such a threat, almost all of them had changed their religion at that time. After Independence, a group of local leaders exhorted the townsfolk to go
  • GIRL FROM MUMBAI RED-LIGHT DISTRICT WINS UN AWARD!
    From living in Mumbai’s red-light district, to winning a scholarship at Bard College in the US, to delivering a TEDx talk in India, to even winning a UN award, Shweta Katti’s journey has been extraordinary.At the 2014 United Nations Youth Courage Awards ceremony on September 22, the 19 year old, dressed in a simple white and orange tunic with saffron-colored harem pants, smiled nervously amid resounding applause.As one of the six awardees, she got up
  • INSPIRING GROUP OF WOMEN IN INDIA!
    Meet an amazing group of women in Delhi who banded together to convince the local government to build a toilet facility in their community. Not only did they get the project approved, but they made sure the design of the facility met the needs of women and girls, and they’re checking in every day to make sure the construction is on schedule. These empowered, strong women – and the millions of women around the world
  • INDIA’S FIRST TRANSGENDER TV NEWS ANCHOR!
    At 7 PM on Independence Day 2014, Padmini Prakash, a 31-year-old transgender from Coimbatore read out the day’s headlines for Lotus News Channel, while lakhs of people watched her on their television sets. She became the first transgender TV news anchor in the country. Kudos to Lotus News Channel for providing equal opportunities and valuing a person for their skill and talent. Freedom is when individuals, irrespective of their race, religion, region, language, gender and
  • ARUNIMA SINHA IS A GREAT INSPIRATION!
    Arunima Sinha, a former national level volley ball player from Uttar Pradesh, lost her leg when some burglars pushed her out from a moving train. She was hit by a passing train and suffered severe injuries. The incident took place in 2011 and she recalls it as the darkest hour of her life. After the train incident, doctors had to amputate her leg below the knee to save her life. A rod was inserted inside
  • NILAMBUR: A DOWRY FREE VILLAGE IN INDIA!
    “You are entering a dowry-free area,” a board greets you as you enter this town. Not a single dowry related case has been reported in Nilambur in many years. This small town in north Kerala has shown the world how to contain social evils effectively. For this dowry-free and perhaps fully matriculate municipality of the country, social development is its engine of growth. The area has many tales of bravery when it comes to fighting
  • WHAT IS ABSOLUTE TRUTH?
    An absolute truth, sometimes called a universal truth, is an unalterable and permanent fact. The concept of absolute truths – what they are and whether they exist – has been debated among many different groups of people. Philosophers have waded in the muck of defining absolute truth for millennia. For example, Plato believed that absolute truth existed, but that truth on earth was merely a shadow of great forms of absolute truth existing in the
  • IT IS THE LITTLE THINGS THAT MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE!
    There was a man taking a morning walk at or the beach. He saw that along with the morning tide came hundreds of starfish and when the tide receded, they were left behind and with the morning sun rays and they would die. The tide was fresh and the starfish were alive. The man took a few steps, picked one and threw it into the water. He did that repeatedly. Right behind him there was
  • HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE REMEMBERED?
    About a hundred years ago, a man looked at the morning newspaper and to his surprise and horror, read his name in the obituary column. The news papers had reported the death of the wrong person by mistake. His first response was shock. Am I here or there? When he regained his composure, his second thought was to find out what people had said about him. The obituary read, “Dynamite King Dies.” And also “He
  • THE MIDAS TOUCH!
    We all know the story of the greedy king named Midas. He had a lot of gold and the more he had the more he wanted. He stored all the gold in his vaults and used to spend time every day counting it. One day while he was counting a stranger came from nowhere and said he would grant him a wish. The king was delighted and said, “I would like everything I touch to
  • CONDITIONED TO LOOSE…!
    An eagle’s egg was placed in the nest of a prairie chicken. The egg hatched and the little eagle grew up thinking it was a prairie chicken. The eagle did what the prairie chickens did. It scratched in the dirt for seeds. It clucked and cackled. It never flew more than a few feet because that is what the prairie chickens did. One day he saw an eagle flying gracefully and majestically in the open
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