A video of a little boy consoling his classmate has gone viral for the sweetest reason. In the heartwarming video, an autistic child is crying, and his classmate, who has Down syndrome, is trying his best to comfort his friend. Their teacher has, reportedly, recorded the touching moment, and the video went viral across all the social media platforms in no time. In the footage, one child can be seen crying at a table in the classroom. His friend, sitting next to him, tries to comfort him by giving him a long and warm hug. He also pats his back and wipes off his tears. Finally, in an attempt to cheer up his friend, he also takes his hands and tries being goofy and playful. Watch the empathetic video below: This clip has gone massively viral, and has garnered 20 million views – and the numbers are increasing. It also has over 1.5 lakh likes and 10 thousand comments on Facebook alone. The video quickly reached Twitter and Reddit as well and resonated with many. My heart can't … [Read more...] about WATCH: Video of Child With Down Syndrome Comforting His Autistic Friend Will Make Your Day
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There is no bigger struggle than toiling to get by in life.Yet for many, says Athiyan Athirai, an operose journey in life is no guarantee of climbing the ladder of social upliftment.“Compared to them, the hardships that people like me in the film industry endure is nothing. It is one reason why I do not prefer to talk about how I have struggled for opportunities,” says Athiyan, 36, the director of Pa Ranjith’s second production venture, Irandam Ulaga Porin Kadaisi Gundu, scheduled for release in November.Born in Siruvalayam village, Villupuram district, Athiyan (his last name is his partner’s first name) — a post graduate in Tamil language — followed his dream of making it in Tamil cinema and landed in Chennai nearly 10 years ago.He recollects that he spent five months chasing filmmakers for opportunities. When he did get one, he managed to get himself fired in under 15 hours. Also Read ‘Irandam Ulagaporin Kadaisi Gundu’ movie … [Read more...] about ‘Gundu’ is an experiment: Athiyan Athirai
The international challenge that is now going viral has been completed by more women than men.IMAGE: A male and female Tik Tok user take the 'Chair Challenge.' Photograph: Mamma Mia Au/Twitter After the widely popular bottle cap challenge, a new challenge has now taken over social media. The Chair Challenge is the latest to interest audiences both on Twitter and TikTok. What is the Chair Challenge? As part of the challenge, participants have to stand facing a wall with a chair or stool within reach. They have to measure themselves about two foot-lengths from the wall and lean forward at a 90 degree angle. The challenge is to try and lift the chair up to your chest. And then stand up. That's it. Turns out, many women are able to finish the challenge, but men struggle to. Check out some of these images shared by users on Twitter and Tik Tok. Photograph: T J van Gerven/Instagram IMAGE: A Twitter user shows that females can finish the challenge while men struggle to. … [Read more...] about Have you tried the viral ‘Chair Challenge’?
A revision that would make van-hailing service Tada illegal passed the National Assembly’s transportation committee on Friday.The approval is a big step toward outlawing the contentious service that Korea’s taxi industry claims is already breaking the law. The revision bill will now be passed on to the plenary session at the National Assembly.If it passes that final step, Tada will have to stop all of its services within one and a half years, or change its business model to fit the revised law. Tada’s current business model is based on a clause in the domestic transportation services law that allows 11-passenger vans to be rented with drivers - an exception to a general ban on unlicensed operators offering paid ride services. The revision will eliminate that clause for good, leaving no legal basis for Tada’s operation. Instead, renting vans with drivers will be allowed for tourism purposes only and users will have to rent the van and driver for at least six … [Read more...] about Mobility revision passes committee stage at Assembly
As the Central Bureau of Investigation closes in on former Gujarat minister of state for home Amith Shah in connection with the Sohrabuddin fake encounter case, it is said that the agency has relied a lot on the report by the Gujarat crime investigation department. It was this report by then CID boss Geetha Johri that blew the lid off the role played by several police officers of Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh in the encounter. Vicky Nanjappa investigates How it all began In the year 2006, under inquiry number 66/2006, an inquiry officer by the name V L Solanki submitted a report to the inspector general of police, Gujarat state CID (crime), that he along with K K Pandya and C V Christian had visited Hyderabad on July 2, 2006. They also visited Nagda, Ujjain and Indore between July 24 and 27, 2006. During their visits the statements of the relatives of Sohrabuddin and also certain photographs of Sohrabuddin and Kausar Bi were obtained. The statements of the relatives prima … [Read more...] about Sohrabuddin encounter: What Geetha Johri’s report said