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School Picnic Turns Ugly. Children Ask For Water, Teachers Serve Them Alcohol

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When it comes to schools, we know how extra-careful teachers are. Be it food or water, school authorities ensure that children don’t have to compromise with the quality. However, a strange incident came to light yesterday in Karnataka’s Tumakuru district.

The teachers of a Koratagere Taluk government school did exactly the opposite; looks as if they were least bothered about the health of children. When thirsty children asked for water, teachers passed a bottle filled with alcohol, can you believe that!

When this case was highlighted, police officials arrested 2 teachers Muzammil and Rathore and headmaster of the school Sachidanand for giving liquor to children. This incident took place on a field trip to Dharmasthala. Students from 8th to 10th standard were taken for this trip but no one knew that such an incident will take place.

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While returning home on the 10th of December, driver stopped the bus at Hassan for dinner. This is when students asked teachers to give them some water. But as per reports, the teachers were drunk and without realizing anything, they passed a bottle filled with alcohol.

Describing the incident, one student said,

“Our headmaster Sachidanand was fully drunk. We requested Rathore and Muzzamil sir to give us some water from their bottle. They gave us the water bottle but didn’t tell us they have mixed alcohol with water. We drank the water and after some time students started feeling dizzy and few students vomited”.

Parents got furious after knowing this and they complained to the Management committee. Some students fell ill; there was one student who vomited numerous times.
He said,

“I vomited several times. I don’t remember how I reached home,” said one student. His father, along with other parents, who complained to the SDMC said his son returned home in a terrible state.”

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Some were not even able to walk. The incident is being probed now & 2 teachers and 1 headmaster has been suspended.

This is how Twitter reacted;

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PM Modi Addressed The Nation After Article 370 Scrapped, Here’s How Twitter Reacted

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation for the first time after scrapping Article 370 from the Indian constitution. The PM and the Home Minister Amit Shah has already been garnering appreciation from the masses ever since proposal was put forward by the Home Minister and was passed in both houses of the parliament.

PM Modi addressed the country today at 8 PM and conveyed his message to the residents of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. PM assured that the union territory status of J&K will not permanent. He said that ever since Governor Rule has been implemented there, good governance and development has been seen on the ground.

He talked at length about the Kashmir issue, the people living there and what changes might be seen after turning it into a Union Territory.

Now that the addressing is over, the nation is relaxed as everyone was worried what PM Modi will say or do this time which will change their life forever. After 8 November 2016, the day when demonetization was announced, people of India fear every time PM Modi decides to address the nation.

Twitterians expressed their fear and relief on social media while memers were busy showing their creativity which will make you laugh. Read the tweets here:

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Twitterati Shared Their CCD Memories Amidst The Bad Phase CCD Is Going Through

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A lot can happen over a cup of coffee and if you ask Indians about their favourite place for having a cup of coffee, the majority will answer Cafe Coffee Day (CCD).

However in recent times, CCD has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. First the founder of CCD, V. G. Siddhartha went missing after writing a letter in which he stated that he had failed as an entrepreneur and he could not take any more pressure.

Soon the news of his demise was received which completely shook the whole nation, especially the employees and loyal customers of CCD. There is no doubt that CCD was not just a place for good coffee but numerous people have an emotional connect with one or more CCD outlets as something special must have happened with them over there.

If we talk in simple words, a number of first dates and many first meetings of arrange marriage partners must have taken place at CCD. Some business partners must have made important decisions in CCD over a cup of coffee and even several business ideas might have taken birth there.

Twitter users have come up with their CCD memories and it’s heartwarming to read them:

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ISRO Successfully Lifts Of Chandrayaan 2, Read About 10 Magnificent Achievements Of ISRO

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India’s second moon mission Chandraryaan 2 which aims at landing a rover or unchartered Lunar South Pole. Chandraryaan 2 with the countries most powerful GSLV-Mkll-M1 has been successfully launched today. After techinal snag, it was immediately fixed for the ambitious and indigenous mission to the moon.

Every Indian’s are extremely proud of the scientist of our country and team ISRO for giving us the grand opportunity to etch 22 July 2019 in the annals of our glorious history

We have grown up being heavily dosed with the stories of NASA. Like we used to think “Internet” meant “Google”, the only word that came to our mind while talking about Space Travel was “NASA”. Meanwhile, our own space research organisation “ISRO” has got less acknowledgement despite having a great contribution to the field.

Found in 1969, ISRO will complete its 50 years in 2019 and in all the 48 years so far, it has achieved so much we are proud of. ISRO today is acknowledged as World’s one of the most prestigious and leading space organisations.

Before ISRO, India had the Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) which launched the country’s first-ever rocket in 1963.

Not many know that the first rocket was transported to lift-off pad on a bicycle. The second rocket, which was launched sometime later, was a little bigger and heavier and it was transported in a bullock cart for the lift-off.

The whole story of how the legendary scientists like Vikram Sarabhai, APJ Abdul Kalam and others worked dedicatedly for it in almost no resources makes you feel proud. The extraordinary story of how a local Catholic Church became the main office for the scientists and the bishop gave his house to be used a workshop gives goosebumps.

That day and now, ISRO has achieved a series of milestones and has come a long way. Here are 10 achievements of ISRO that will make you super proud of it:

1. Launch of India’s first satellite Aryabhata (1975)

ISRO made its first satellite named Aryabhatta in 1975 and it was launched from within the Soviet Union by a Russian-made rocket. The name was given after India’s prominent astronomer and mathematician Aryabhatta.

Aryabhata re-entered Earth’s atmosphere in 1992 i.e. after 17 years of its launch.

2. Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV)

ISRO faced issues of money and resources since its inception only which made it develop Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV). It was the ultimate solution to make space exploration and space utilization cost-effective and reliable.

3. Indian National Satellite System (INSAT), 1983

ISRO launched a series of multi-purpose geostationary satellites which helped in telecommunications, broadcasting, meteorology, and search and rescue operations.

4. Space Capsule Recovery Experiment (SRE-1), 2007

In 2007, ISRO touched new heights as they launched an Indian experiment spacecraft using the PSLV C7 rocket from Sriharikota.

Three more satellites were launched along with it and the objective was to display the ability to recover an orbiting space capsule.

With this launch, ISRO had an intention to test other things such as Thermal Protection System, management of communication blackout, navigation, guidance and control, etc.

The capsule stayed in the orbit for 12 days before entering the atmosphere of the earth back and diving into the Bay of Bengal.

5. Chandrayaan 1, 2008:

In 2008, ISRO launched its first 312 days unmanned lunar mission. Its purpose was to understand the entire topography and chemical characteristics of the Moon. ISRO was one among the only 6 space organisations to attempt this mission.

6. Mangalyaan or MOM, 2014:

Now, this was a super proud moment for all the Indians. ISRO made India the first country to successfully reach Mars in its first attempt. ISRO also became one of the only four space organisations to have reached the red planet, apart from NASA, Soviet Space Programme and the European Space Programme.

Apart from this, Mars Orbiter Mission or MOM was also special because it was accomplished successfully on a budget of just Rs. 450 crore, making this Mars mission the least expensive till now. The goal of the mission was to collect more data on the atmosphere of the planet.

7. GSLV MK3, 2014:

ISRO launched GSLV MK3 in 2014. It has an Indian made crew capsule which can carry up to 3 astronauts to space. This brought India among few special space cruising nations which can take human missions to space. ISRO is now planning to launch GLSV MK4 which will be able to carry 6 tonnes.

8. Heaviest Commercial Mission, 2015:

Then in 2015, ISRO took up its heaviest commercial mission and launched a load of 1440 kg which included 5 British satellites. The launch was done by using Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-C28.

9. World Record of launching 104 satellites in a single mission

From getting its 1st missile launched by the Soviet Union to launch 104 satellites in one go itself, ISRO came a long way and surprised the whole world.

For a long time, the organisation remained an underdog but proved the saying very well that, one should believe in hard work and then the work itself speaks for you.

10. Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS):

The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) with an operational name of NavIC by ISRO is currently in the testing stage and will be available for public use from next year.

This is another big achievement by ISRO because India will have its own GPS now.

India needed a constellation of seven satellites in space to complete its IRNSS and it achieved the same on April 28, 2016, when ISRO successfully launched IRNSS-1G, the seventh satellite in the series, and guided it to its orbit.

All this so far and we can surely hope for bigger leaps in the future. A Grand Salute to all the scientists at ISRO who have made our country proud.

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