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1. Gold medalist Sumit Antil to get Rs 6 crore, Government job
Harayana government has announced to honour Sumit Antil, the gold medalist in the Javelin throw at the Tokyo Paralympics, with Rs. 6 crores and a government job. The move has come after the amazing performance delivered by Sumit at the event. The government will also give Rs. 4 crores to the silver medalist, discus thrower Yogesh Kathuniya.
2. Mohalla clinics became mobile in Delhi
Mohalla clinics, an initiative taken by the Aam Aadmi Party in 2015 to build clinics, has now taken a new turn as the clinics have gone mobile. Easy-to-fit portable clinics have been built in Shakur Basti, which will be installed in the congested residential areas. The two clinics that have been built as of now are equipped with air conditioners and glass walls.
3. Mumbai artist creates 1,200 sketches of Lord Ganesha in 10 hours
Manohar Bavisar, a Mumbai-based artist, is winning the hearts on social media as he has turned numbers, letters, and names into Ganesha's drawings. He has made 1,200 such sketches in just 10 hours. One will be surprised to know that he has been making the sketches since Class 3!
4. Jharkhand tribal youth provides free education to children
Born in Dulia Karam village in the Giridih district, Neeraj Murmu was a child labour who was rescued by a program initiated by the Kailash Satyarthi Foundation. However, now, he has been trying to prevent children from being child labourers by providing them free education. He has also been awarded Diana Award 2020 for his fight against child labour.
5. Srinagar woman works for providing sanitary napkins in public washrooms
Irfana Zargar from Srinagar has decided to work for sanitation purposes and making sanitary pads available in the public washrooms. Working with Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC), Irfana makes sanitary kits for menstruators, which comprises of sanitary pads, panties, antispasmodic drugs, hand washes, and sanitizers, etc.
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