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Feel happy after reading these 10 good news of the week!

If you are tired of scrolling all the negative news, then we are here to make your day with all positive, good and prominent news.

  1. E-commerce transforms the lives of rural women in Chhattisgarh 

To help the students complete their syllables on time amid the pandemic, the Indian Army organizes community classes for Pinewood School students. These students are residing near LoC in the pooch.

  1. Army organizes community classes for students living near LoC

To help the students complete their syllables on time amid the pandemic, the Indian Army organizes community classes for Pinewood School students. These students are residing near LoC in the pooch.

  1. Instagram announces new features to protect users from online abuse


Popular Social media platform Instagram has launched a new set of features to protect users from online hate and abuse. This feature is specifically made for celebrities and high-profile creators.

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As per Mashable, new features can limit the comments and Direct Message (DM) requests.

Stronger warnings will be shown by Instagram on the first instance when a user tries to post potentially offensive comments.

  1. BSF & Pak Rangers exchange sweets on Independence Day of Pakistan

Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers exchange sweets at the Attari-Wagah border of Amritsar, Punjab. The ceremony took place as a gesture of goodwill and comradeship between the two nations.

On Indian Independence Day, India also reciprocates in the same manner to strengthen cordial relations.

  1. Pune students develop India’s first driverless autonomous vehicle

Final year students of Pune MIT World Peace University develop India’s 1st autonomous, driverless, electric 4-wheeler. This vehicle can cover up to 40 km on a single charge.

  1. Vadodara school collects over 30 thousand Rakhis for Soldiers deployed in border areas.

As Raksha Bandhan is approaching, a Vadodara school collects more than 30000 Rakhis to send them to soldiers securing the Indian borders. These Rakhis are handmade and the school is celebrating the day every year with soldiers deployed in Kargil, Galwan, Siachen. This year, the personnel protecting China border areas will also receive a Rakhi.

  1. IAC Vikrat accomplishes its maiden sea trial

Indigenous Aircraft carrier Vikrant accomplished its maiden sea voyage. Vikrant began its sea trials on August 4 from Kochi ink Kerala. Trails progressed as planned and system parameters proved satisfactory. Mighty Vikrant is designed by the Indian Navy’s Design Team.

  1. Stray dog rescued in flood-hit Prayagraj

Normal life is affected in Uttar Pradesh Prayagraj after floodwaters enter the houses. Houses partially submerged in the area of Choota Baghadad as water levels increases in the Ganga River. Stray dogs took refuge in buildings were rescued. The dogs were stuck in the building for 2-3 days were finally saved with the help of boats.

  1. In a 1st, two women officers joined ITBP as combatised officers

On 8 August, for the 1st time, two female officers joined Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITB) as Assistant Commandants. The pipping ceremony took place at ITBP Academy in Mussoorie.

The rank ceremony was held in presence of Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami at the ITBP Academy.

  1. Indian Railways to introduce first hydro-powered train

The Indian Railways is working on the country’s 1st hydro-fuelled train. The hydrogen-powered rail will likely run on an 89km long Sonipat-Jind route. Conversion of diesel engines to hydro-fuelled engines will deduct the cost as well as carbon footprint.

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