Lessons from 5 young achievers to Narendra Modi on the eve of Children’s Day
In almost every international conference, Narendra Modi has avoided the topic of Climate Change. At 16, Yugratana Srivastava became the youngest person ever to address the UN General Assembly and that too on climate change.
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Shruti Pandey became the youngest yoga teacher ever, at 6.
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Even if the Indian Goverment exiled MF Hussain, art stays on. This five year old prodigy, Shaurya Mahanot proves to the nation that art is a form of expression which cannot be stopped.
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Though the government chooses to ignore the elderly in every session and budget, Shalini Kumari chose to solve their problems. Seeing his grandfather’s difficulties to walk up and down the stairs, she made a one of its kind walking equipment by which his grandfather can walk effortlessly anywhere. This product will soon be out in the markets.
Mental Healthcare Bill is still debated upon. This is a completely neglected sector by the Government. But this child prodigy did what Modi failed to do. Diagnosed with Dyspraxia, he decided to create awareness about mental health and mental illness. He developed an app My Child to help parents diagnose mental illnesses of their children at an early stage.