Mumbai, March 29, 2017: Singer-composer Ali Quli Mirza, also a former “Bigg Boss” contestant, will soon unveil a song for cancer-stricken children.
Talking about the song titled “Iss Pal Ko”, Mirza told IANS: “I wanted to do something for the cause of cancer and what best could have been than lending my voice for spreading awareness for this cause.”
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“The song has been especially composed keeping in mind the affected kids. It gives out the message of positivity to lead life with fun and be happy till the end. The climax shows the child actor dying happily rather than being affected negatively by the effects.”
He is joined by 10-year-old Mustafa Khan in the song, which was majorly shot in Dubai. It will be launched on April 5. (IANS)
Mumbai, October 22, 2017 : Film celebrities like Rajneesh Duggall, Zayed Khan and Saqib Saleem stepped out for a friendly cricket match to create awareness and raise funds for cancer patients.
They played as part of the Ink Cricket Blast 2017 here on Saturday.
The cause is close to Rajneesh’s heart as someone in his family is suffering from cancer.
“This is a great initiative and I am always up for a social issue. This is something which is very close to my heart. Someone in my life has been suffering from it and cancer is something I’ve always personally associated with and I feel whatever I can do from my side, I must do,” he said.
“Fukrey” fame actor Varun didn’t participate in the game, but he was there to show support.
“There is always a connection with a social cause. If you combine sports with a social cause, there is nothing better than that! Cricket is something everyone plays since childhood in India. It is the biggest sport in India and to mix it with a social cause is the best thing,” he said.
Saqib said “it’s a great cause and cricket is religion in India”.
The actor is currently finishing a film with Taapsee Pannu. It’s tentatively called “Makhna”, which will come out early next year. (IANS)
International Girl Child Day has been declared by the United Nations on the 11th October every year in order to celebrate the importance of the girl child. On the occasion of International Girl Child Day, let’s help to spread awareness about the various problems faced by the girl child.
The common perception of any society, sees girls are often considered to be inferior to boys. Discrimination against girls is unchecked, Due to fear of exploitation, they are not sent to schools and denied the right to a decent education.
Female Foeticide is an issue which is prevalent in the urban and mostly in the rural areas. People who are ill-informed believe that a girl child is inferior to a boy and thus will not be able to help the family in any way other than increasing the burden of feeding another mouth on them.
Child marriage is another important issue because of which girls are forced to drop out from their education at a very early age. India has the highest number of girls forced into marriage under the legal age of 18 accounting for 10 million child brides in the world.
It accounts for more than 70000 deaths each year relating to maternal deaths from pregnancy and childbirth. They also become victims of domestic abuse and the dowry system.
In some parts of the country, family marries off the girl in early age in order to save their economic burden. The reason for child marriage being so prevalent even today lies in the dowry system practised by a large portion of the educated lot.
Girl Child Health
In the rural areas, the health facilities are not very developed. If there is a choice between the girl and boy, most of the people will make sure that the boy remains healthy in the hope of him supporting the family in future. Health facilities are the basic amenities of life and are meant to be used by everybody equally. In India, several girl children die of malnutrition and diseases before the age of 6. Higher rates of child marriage lead to maternity deaths arising from complications in pregnancy and giving birth and it also increases the chances of the stillborn infant.
Girl Child Trafficking
Girl child trafficking is the defined as the trade any girl child under the age of 18 for the purpose of exploitation whether inside or outside the country. According to the National Crime Record Bureau, one child disappears in every eight minutes. Mostly these children are underage girls. They are taken from their homes and sold in the market for the purpose of begging, labor, and sexual exploitation. Sometimes it is their own family members who sell them for the need of money or just because they think she is a burden.
On this International Girl Child Day, let us be a part of a world which celebrates the girl child and do our bit in making the world a better place. A very much needed change in the society is the change in the attitude of the people. They should understand the fact that girls are equal to boys in all aspects and should be given equal respect and liberty.
The childhood of a girl can be preserved if we as a society come together and make sure she is nurtured, cherished, protected and should be given freedom to choose her life the way she wants to live.
In today’s world, everybody is racing against time in order to make it big into the world. Health has been severely neglected. You think you are healthy if you are not having junk food, not drinking too much caffeine, not into the habit of smoking and being just an occasional drinker. Well, it would surprise you to know that you are not completely healthy even then. Well here are some mistakes which most people make when comes to health. You may find these mistakes trifling for now but they most definitely make their presence known later on by making you unhealthy.
We have recorded 6 mistakes here which takes a toll on your health:
Not Drinking Adequate Water
Almost 60% of an adult human’s body is water. Water is extremely crucial for survival. Due to their fast-paced lives, people are drinking less and less of water. This will definitely turn out to be problematic in the future. It is absolutely necessary to drink at least 8 glasses of water every day in order to maintain the water level in the body. Not drinking adequate water will lead to dehydration. Dehydration, in turn, leads to dry skin, mood swings, fatigue, and constipation.
No Proper Exercise
The main purpose of doing exercise is to keep the body fit and healthy. Proper exercise helps in making the person more energetic and increases the stamina. But people in their hectic lives have less time or no time for exercise. Exercise not only deals with various physical problems like obesity, poor digestion but also with mental problems like depression and stress. Lack of exercise may make a person lazy, prone to mood swings and also cause various health problems.
Meals are the main source of energy for our body. If you do not have meals, then you are depriving your body of the much-needed energy. Missing meals is the most common problem that is affecting the health due to the fast lifestyle of people. Various people in the working field miss their meals for some reasons. Skipping a meal is extremely harmful to the body and one should definitely not do it.
Not Having Meals on time
This is an extension to the problem of not having meals. You may think that since you are just having your meal late instead of skipping, your health is not affected. Well, you are wrong. Having a meal at the wrong time is just as harmful as not having a meal at all. In fact, research shows that if you have a meal at the wrong time, it can lead to severe indigestion and poor health.
Not Having Enough Fats
In this health-oriented world, a lot of people don’t consume fat or consume very less fat in order to maintain their body shape. Fat as per the nutrition chart is one of the main source energy. If you don’t give your body enough energy then it could lead to your body not functioning properly.
Lack of Sleep
Due to their fast schedules and need to work at odd hours, people are sleep deprived. When you are sleeping, that is the only point when the brain can take rest. If you don’t give the brain sufficient amount of rest it might lead to the brain not functioning properly. It is necessary to sleep for at least seven hours in order to give the brain rest and wake up to feel rejuvenated and reinvigorated.