While some videos are heart-warming, some may bring tears to your eyes. If you are an animal lover, you certainly can realise the emotional connection between humans and animals.
While pursuing her medical course at Pune's Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan Trust (BSDT) Ayurved College, another personal calamity befell her in 2005 - a bone-tumour - which she battled for nearly two years, but stuck to her studies.
A video that surfaced online shows a man thrashing and kicking his 19-year-old girlfriend for asking him to marry her.
Married off early in her teenage, Gayatri’s husband left her alone to struggle after she gave birth to a girl child. However, she was not bogged down by the loneliness. She never lost hope and decided to grow her daughter up and make her a doctor.
Father attributes the success of his children to their hard work and focused study.
Centenarian Makaradhwaja Pradhan was elected to the Odisha Assembly in 1952, the very first election of the independent India. He had won from Ambabhana-Mura Assembly Constituency in the undivided Sambalpur district.
Financial problems have forced former Indian international footballer Polami Adhikary to stop playing football and take up a job as a food delivery agent.
Sharada Nanda Mishra keeps many breeds of cows in his gaushala; from Vrindaban cows to Kapila cows. He claims to preserve 20-25 gotras of cows who were on the brink of extinction.
While displaying the selfless act, her love for Lord Jagannath made her donate all her money for renovation of an old temple for the Lord at Phulbani in Odisha. And the timing of the donation could not have been any better than Dhanu Sankranti.
Forget about 4G services, the area does not have 3G services too. The lone BSNL mobile tower in the Panchayat provides internet at 2G speed and that too in limited areas.
Abhimanyu Pradhan, a farmer of Takarada village under Buguda block in Ganjam district, has successfully turned his patch of land into Thailand's red apple and green apple berry orchard.
Manas Ranjan Bahu Balendra was forced to carry his mother’s body on a stretcher after authorities of the Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar allegedly failed to provide him hearse service under Mahaprayan Yojana.
Hailing from Naktideula village of Sambalpur, Sesha’s wife belongs to Baliapatna in Balasore district. The marriage was held at a Kalyan Mandap in Redhakhol with fanfare.
Little did the family know, even with the advent of modern medical science which could have easily treated the benign tumour, Kandhei’s time was up and she would suffer such a tragic death.
Their friendship bond will certainly make any person envious as finding a true friend these days is a tough task.