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‘I will always love you’ and right after she passed away.

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Nishant Trivedi Thu, 09/21/2017 - 16:29

“I was born and brought up in Navsari, Gujarat where my aunt raised me after my parent’s divorce. When she abruptly passed away, my neighbors looked after me and that’s how Nargis and I grew up together. She was the most beautiful woman in the world… it was no surprise that when she came off age, there were many who wanted to marry her — but she was firm about wanting to fall in love and marrying her soulmate. Once, when she was distressed about the pressures of marriage, I took her out for a long bike ride.

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All of a sudden, my mother fell really ill, she was HIV positive

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Nishant Trivedi Thu, 09/21/2017 - 13:34

“I grew up at a red-light area in Shrirampur. It was a dangerous environment to be in — one of my classmates was a murderer and the others were thieves who taught me the art of pocket cutting. We’d often pickpocket people at train stations…and we were proud of it. We were always upto no good — but one day one of our pranks went horribly wrong. We were throwing stones at each other, and one of our friends passed away, because it hit him on the head. That shook me up and I decided to stop all these practices and become a better person.

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कैसे होती होगी एक आईएस आंतकी की बीवी की जिंदगी? आप सोच भी नहीं सकते।

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Nishant Trivedi Thu, 08/03/2017 - 02:11

मोरक्को की 23 वर्षीय इस्लाम मिटैट फिजिक्स की स्टूडेंट थीं। वो फैशन ब्लॉगर भी थी। कुछ दिनों बाद एक मुस्लिम डेटिंग साइट से उनकी मुलाकात अहमद से हुई। दोनों में प्यार हुआ शादी भी हुई। अहमद ने इस्लाम से वादा किया कि वो व्यापार करने तुर्की जाएगा और साथ में उसे ले जाएगा लेकिन शादी के बाद अहमद ने इस्लाम को जहां भेजा वहां शायद ही कोई जाना चाहे। अहमद बजाय तुर्की के सीरिया चला गया और आईएस का लड़ाका बन गया। वो अपने साथ जबरदस्ती इस्लाम को भी ले गया।

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Dont taint defence forces through isolated incidents

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IANS Wed, 07/26/2017 - 02:16

There has been much mud-slinging after news of a senior army officer's wife humiliating a junior officer's wife in public appeared in a national daily. Like it's the trend these days, this piece of "news" has been dissected to the minutest detail on social media platforms by just about anyone.

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प्रदूषण से लड़ने के लिए फॉरेस्ट सिटी बनाएगा चीन लगाए जाएंगें 40,000 पेंड़

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admin Sat, 07/08/2017 - 23:46

 
भारत के प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी हाल ही में अमेरिका से यात्रा करके लौटे हैं। दूसरी तरफ भारत और चीन में लगातार विवाद चल रहा है। हालांकि अमेरिकी  राष्ट्रपति डोनाल्ड ट्रंप ने हाल ही में पेरिस जलवायु समझौते को रद्द करने की बात कही थी। ट्रंप के इस फैसले से सबसे ज्यादा प्रभावित होने वाले देशों में भारत और चीन शामिल होगें। भारत और चीन के तनाव के बीच चीन से पर्यावरण के मुद्दे पर एक राहत भरी खबर आ रही है।
चीन ने एक फॉरेस्ट सिटी बनाने का फैसला बनाने का फैसला किया जिसमें 40,000 पेड़ लगाने का फैसला किया गया है।  

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Memories of growing up in a different Darjeeling

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IANS Sun, 06/18/2017 - 02:53

New Delhi, June 18, "'When the wind is right and the cloud is gone, you can see down this road as far as Darjeeling,' I told her. 'But it is a long and difficult road, full of perils, and if a traveller on foot were to look at the length of it, his spirit would be overcome and he would sit down and refuse to go any further. You must not look to the end of the road, Portia. Look only to the step in front of you. That you can do. Just one step. And you will not make the journey alone,'" Deanna Raybourn famously wrote in "Dark Road to Darjeeling".

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Mithila to see revival of 700-year-old way of matchmaking

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IANS Sun, 06/18/2017 - 02:11

Madhubani (Bihar)/New Delhi, June 18, Marriages are made in heaven, they say. But there is at least one more place where marriages are made in large numbers -- in Saurath village of Madhubani district in north Bihar.

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I’m a writer, a motivational speaker, an activist for the disabled

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Nishant Trivedi Mon, 05/08/2017 - 03:42

“I was born and brought up in the US. Growing up, I used to play football, I was a swimmer, a writer, a model and my biggest dream was to become a doctor. One summer vacation, when I was 14 and travelling to India I didn’t take any Malaria pills…I was fine while I was there but when I got back to the US I fell sick. My temperature was fluctuating and I had a constant headache but the doctors there said it was just a seasonal flu. It got worse — I started hallucinating and when I reached the ER, I had a cardiac arrest and slipped into a coma for 23 days.

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