9-Year-Old Suffering From Brain Tumour Becomes IPS Officer For A Day In Varanasi

Shorts By/

Ranveer Bharti, a nine-year-old boy from Varanasi recently got to live his dream of becoming an IPS officer. When Piyush Mordia, the Additional Director General of Police, Varanasi Zone, came to know about it, he helped the boy live his dream for a day. The ADG Zone Varanasi shared a post about the touching episode on their official X handle. It reads, “9-year-old Ranveer Bharti is undergoing treatment for a brain tumor at Mahamana Cancer Hospital, Varanasi. In such a situation, Ranveer expressed his wish to become an IPS officer, and the child’s wish was fulfilled in the office #adgzonevaranasi.” The post includes four visuals. The three photos show him dressed in khaki, sitting inside a cabin. The fourth visual is a video, which shows him meeting police personnel and officers and greeting them with a handshake. The video clip ends with a group photo.
abplive
Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita launches 5 guarantees
Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita launches '5 guarantees' for assembly elections

Shorts By/

Shefali Dhiman
AAP convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's wife on Saturday launched 'Kejriwal ki 5 Guarantee' for the upcoming Haryana Assembly elections. “It is not a small thing; it is no less than a miracle...I feel that God surely wants him to do something...Arvindji started from zero, formed his party and became the CM of Delhi,” said Sunita.
Live mint
More than 1k Indian students returned home from Bangladesh
Bangladesh clashes: Over 1000 Indians student return home

Shorts By/

Shefali Dhiman
Nearly 1000 Indian nationals, mainly students, have returned home from Bangladesh amid violent protests against job quotas, which have left over 100 dead. A curfew and army deployment followed the clashes. The Indian High Commission and the assistant high commissions are in "regular touch with more than 4,000 students remaining in various universities in Bangladesh.
Hindustan Times
PM Modi's grief over the death of Kamala Pujari
PM Modi expressed grief over the death of Kamala Pujari

Shorts By/

Shefali Dhiman
76-year-old Kamala Pujari, a pioneer in organic farming in Odisha, died during treatment. Prime Minister Narendra Modi mourned his loss while praising her contribution to agriculture and indigenous seeds. Pujari, who was honored with the Padma Shri award in 2019, was recognized for empowering tribal communities.
India TV News
Hina Khan video-Doing what I promised myself
Hina Khan shared the video 'Doing what I promised myself'

Shorts By/

Shefali Dhiman
Hina Khan, who is battling stage three breast cancer, has shared an inspiring workout video with the caption, "What it takes to win, one step at a time." She emphasized the importance of good days, personal strength and listening to your body. Khan thanked Allah for his strength and encouraged others fighting a similar battle to find their way.
NDTV
PM Modi thanks New Zealand PM Christopher Luxon
PM Modi thanks New Zealand PM Christopher Luxon for his warm wishes for his third term

Shorts By/

Shefali Dhiman
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to New Zealand PM Christopher Luxon, who congratulated him on his third term. The Indian leader also reiterated his commitment to advance India-New Zealand relations. PM Modi and Luxon also agreed to pursue cooperation in trade, animal husbandry, pharmaceuticals, education, space and other sectors.
India TV News
Rajkummar Rao Thanks Fans For Stree 2 Trailer
Rajkummar Rao Thanks Fans For Giving ‘All The Love’ To Stree 2 Trailer

Shorts By/

Shefali Dhiman
The trailer picks up where the first part left off. Chanderi is once again haunted, but this time not by Stree. Instead, the residents, including Rajkummar, Abhishek, Pankaj Tripathi, and Aparshakti Khurana, are on a mission to battle a new monster called 'Sarkata'. The residents now pray, "O stree raksha karna," for protection.
News18

You cannot copy content of this page