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45 year-old software engineer, Rajesh Shukla, had sufficient money, ample opportunities to travel and a successful career. But, a void always persisted in the deepest corner of his heart, eagerly aching to be filled with something meaningful. And a new ray of hope came in 2009 when he found KAVYA, a distraught golden retriever puppy whom …

Above all religion, above every division, resides humanism. And this conviction has been bravely portrayed by the Muslims of London who gathered in large number to donate food to the homeless people on Christmas. The people from the Mosque of East London, acted as a Secret Santa to all those who search for food and …

Poverty, in today’s world is a state of relentless destitution that needs our immediate attention. But often, our attention gets stuck between the notion of help and charity. Nelson Mandela once said, “Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a …

“Survival of the Fittest” often tends to become the (mis)guiding principle for human beings. In the quest of superiority as a species, we often lose compassion towards other co-species. We become so blinded by our needs that we develop an attitude of making use of animals and other species on Earth for our egocentric purposes. …

Our lives are often entangled in the web of our needs and it instantly retreats back to a pungent monotony whenever there is even a speck of change for the better. But we often forget to see that beyond our oddities and needs, there are millions of individuals who are unable to acquire three meals …

A bomb went off again…someplace far from where we live. Another family was torn to shreds; another home became a rubble of bricks. Amid all the mayhem a mother called out for help in the Aleppo city of Syria, wailing for her 10-day old child buried in the debris. Adorning white helmets, some men came in …

Thousands of passengers avail the services of the local trains every day in bustling heartland of Mumbai. But, more often than not, most of these passengers travel without tickets and often brandish it as a sign of privilege and wit. Very few truly realize that it is their duty, as a citizen of this nation, …

Christmas is a time for families to come together, enjoy the day with their loved ones and indulge in the warmth of sparkling wrapping paper, surprise gifts and sumptuous food. But, more often than not, we fail to feel that true essence of Christmas lies in the happiness of others. Sean, the owner of the …