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Proud of these potential change makers whose inventions are expected to improve human lives across the world

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This Indian girl fought against poverty and social prejudices to continue her studies. She got a chance to study in Massachusetts.

#Indiangirls #inspiring #Massachusetts #BostonUSA
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Do you remember Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pakoda speech that went viral a couple of months ago and stirred a controversy? Opposition parties laughed at the video and the elite class mocked the statement and dismissed it by calling it a joke. But Narayanbhai Rajput took the words of the Prime Minister seriously and became a full-time pakaoda seller in Vadodara. Hailing from the home state of the Prime Minister, Narayanbhai is a post graduate in Hindi. After listening to the viral video, Narayanbhai thought it is respectable to run a pakoda stall rather than remain unemployed. Immediately, he set up a small pakoda stall with only 10 kgs of material. But by the fortuitous turn of the fate, the business enterprise proved to be extremely lucrative. As per the reports, what started off as a small stall in Vadodara now has branched out into 35 franchisees across the city. Currently, Narayanbhai is earning a whopping 9 lakhs per month.

#ModiPakodaspeech #VadodaraGujarat #Indianfoodbusiness #ExploreIndia
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The ongoing fiasco regarding green card backlog does not seem to end. Instead, the existing impasse for green card applicants is gaining more momentum. Adding to it is the latest report from Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, stating that it will take 151 years for Indian immigrants to get a green card, given the current rate of issuance. Once H1B visa expires, foreign nationals may obtain EB 1, EB 2, and Eb 3 visas based on their respective qualifications. The shortest waiting period for EB-1 Visa is 6 years. EB-1 visa is for immigrants with ‘extraordinary ability’. It takes 17 years to obtain an EB-3 visa which is given to immigrants with bachelor degrees. Recently, in a desperate attempt to pacify the Trump administration, 7000 Indians rallied at Capitol Hill and offered to help build the ‘Trump Wall’ along the Mexico border by raising $25 billion over the next decade. As of mid-April, more than 300,000 Indian immigrants were on EB visas and waiting for green cards. Indians account for more than three-fourths of the highly-skilled professionals waiting in queue to obtain legal permanent residence status in the US.

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Anukreethy Vas has proved that it is possible for a girl from a small Indian city to win the country’s most prestigious beauty pageant contest. The 19-year-old from Tamil Nadu is crowned Femina Miss India 2018 in a star-studded event in Mumbai. Previously, she won the Miss Tamil Nadu 2018 contest. Anukreethy was raised by a single mother in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu. She considers her single mother as her inspiration and owes her success to her. Currently, she is pursuing Bachelor of Arts in French at Chennai’s Loyola College to become an interpreter. She is also a state-level athlete, who loves biking and learning new languages. Anukreethy will be representing India at the Miss World 2018 pageant, which is going to be held in China.
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In 2016 Mohana Singh, Bhawana Kanth and Avani Chaturvedi blazed the trail for women in Indian Air Force (IAF) by becoming its first women fighter pilots. 23-year-old Meghana Shanbough toes the same line to become the first female Karnataka and South India. She is the sixth female fighter pilot of the Indian Air Force (IAF). Recently, she graduated as Flying officer from the prestigious Air Force Academy (AFA), Dundigal. Now she will move to Bidar to undergo advanced training, as a part of which she will be flying the Hawk. Meghana was born in a remote village in Chikamagalur and studied there until class 4. Later, she moved to Udipi where she did her schooling from class 5 to 12. During her college days, she founded the Sahas-SJCE Adventure Club and along with other people, undertook activities like trekking, rafting, and mountaineering etc. Meghana also got herself trained in paragliding, which piqued her interest in air force. She graduated as an engineer in 2015 and coincidentally IAF came up with the decision to train women as fighter pilots in the same year. On hearing the news, she decided to enroll in AFA and fly the Rafael someday. Once she completes stipulated flying hours on the Hawk in Bidar, she will be qualified to fly a fighter jet.

#latestIndianews #Indianwomen #Indianairforce #Karnatakanews
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The mission to get rid of the British colonial rule united all the princely states in India together to give birth to the national freedom struggle. The tribal uprising headed by the revolutionary Birsa Munda against the British rule is also a prominent chapter in the history of Indian freedom movement. At a very young age, the tribal leader commanded his people and rebelled against the oppressive colonial regime. This was even before eminent freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Bhagat Singh or Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose started to propel the freedom movement. Birsa was born in Munda tribe in the tribal belt of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand in 1875. He received his early education at Salga under the tutelage of his teacher Jaipal Nag. At Jaipal Nag’s advice, he converted to Christianity to enroll in German Mission School. The rampant proselytization by the British made Birsa found the ‘Birsait’ sect, which people of Munda and Oraon community joined and it became a challenge to the British conversion activities. He spent almost 4 years in Chaibasa, and the Sardars agitation majorly influenced him. The agitation was instrumental in making him anti-missionary and anti-government, which drove him to lead the tribal rebellion against the British rule. Birsa was caught and executed by the British administration, at a young of 25. Though the movement died out soon after Birsa, it also forced the colonial officials to introduce laws protecting the land rights of the tribals.

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Check how Qatar Airways' plan to operate flights within India will benefit you fare and baggage wise from 12 US cities.

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Hyderabad International Airport is the most passenger-friendly airport in India.

#Hyderabadnews #Telangananews #Indianairports #Telugunews
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The impending doom of global warming is pushing many Indian states to move towards sustainable, alternate forms of energy. Several religious institutions across India have already adopted energy alternatives like solar and wind energy. Tirumala Tirupati Devastanam (TTD) becomes the first temple management in the world to employ electric cars for commuting passengers. The initiative is part of the state government’s electric vehicles policy, under which 350 electric cars will be deployed on a monthly rental basis. Out of the 350 electric cars, the designated temple management will use 50 at Tirumala. The New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh Limited (NREDCAP) will be paying EESL Rs 20,000 per vehicle every month and allocate another Rs 20,000 for hiring a driver and maintenance cost of the vehicle. Further, TTD will organize a special orientation workshop to train the drivers in using batteries and gears in the new vehicles. A fully charged electric car can go 120 km at a decent speed, and commuters will be charged up to Rs 1.5- 2 per kilometer. The electric cars will be put to use by the end of June 2018.
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