Local roundup: From UP’s first skywalk to the Jodhpur sweeper cracking exam, here are some positive news for the day

We have got for you some positive news and stories that took place in India in the past few days in the Local roundup. Read all of them below!

Local roundup is an accumulation of some positive news, events, and stories that take place in India. Check what major did you miss the past few days here.

1. Varanasi to get UP’s first skywalk


Uttar Pradesh is soon going to get its first skywalk in Varanasi for which preparations are underway. The structure of the skywalk will be in the form of Damru, a musical instrument. The 18-storey building will be made from glass and other new technology, making it the tallest building in the entire Purvanchal.

2. Jodhpur sweeper cracks RAS exam


Asha Kandara, who was working with the Jodhpur Municipal Corporation to run her family after her husband parted ways, has now cracked the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) and is now a RAS officer. Giving inspiration to a lot of people, Asha was taking care of her kids and parents single-handedly.

3. Howrah bridge illuminated for players going to Tokyo Olympics


To motivate the Indian players who are going to the Tokyo Olympics, the Howrah bridge of Kolkata was seen lit up in the Olympic colors on July 19. This time, a total of 127 athletes from 18 sports are going to the Olympics, which is the biggest ever contingent that the country is sending to any event. The Olympics is going to start on July 23 and will end on August 8.

4. Former CISF constable trains Jharkhand youth to join military


Ravi Shankar Sahni, a former Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) constable, has been training the youth of Jharkhand so that they can easily join military services. He had started the initiative in 2016 when he was employed. However, only last year, after his retirement, he started to give training properly, including guidance on physical activities and exam preparation. He runs classes between 5 am to 8 am while charging a registration fee of Rs. 200.

5. Differently-abled teen from Jharkhand takes free classes


An 18-year-old, Upendra Kumar Yadav is a teacher in a secluded school near Sarrayakandri village in Jharkhand’s Chatra district. He takes free classes of students from the nearby areas despite reaching the school in more than an hour due to his physical limitations. Started the initiative in September 2020, Upendra Yadav does not want kids to be uneducated.

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