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    New Delhi, April 16 (IANS) At a time when an outbreak of coronavirus has forced the school students to stay at home and continue their studies online, children of labourers and daily wage workers have no choice but to skip their studies as they can merely afford a smartphone or 24 hours Internet connectivity. Keeping this in mind some Delhi Samaritans, who themselves are students, have started teaching these children.

Former Delhi MLA facilitating cremation of Covid victims
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    New Delhi, April 15 (IANS) Almost a year after getting infected by Covid while helping people in conducting the last rites of patients who died due to the virus infection, former Delhi MLA Jitender Singh Shunty has once again started doing the same. Shunty provides help through his social service organisation "Shahid Bhagat Singh Seva Dal (SBSSD) by facilitating transportation of coronavirus victims' bodies and also organises funerals when family members or relatives don't come forward to conduct the last rites.

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'AahaarKranti', a mission to spread awareness about nutrition
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    New Delhi, April 14 (IANS) To eradicate malnutrition from the country which persists even in the 21st century, a group of nearly a dozen key private as well as government institutes and Ministries have come up with "AahaarKranti", a mission dedicated to spread awareness about nutrition and accessibility to all locally available nutritious food, fruits, and vegetables in India.

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Tosamaidan activists wary of tourism development work in the region
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    Khag, April 14 (101Reporters) Today, a mere shadow remains of what was once the beautiful meadow of Tosamaidan that featured an array of flora and fauna. For 50 years, since the government of Jammu & Kashmir in 1964, leased the land to the Indian Army to conduct artillery drills, Tosamaidan's ecological condition has deteriorated drastically. Not to mention the civilian and wildlife casualties the villages have witnessed over the years.