Back in 2014, a few students of IIT Delhi were on a road trip celebrating their job placements, when, unfortunately, one of the tyres of their vehicle burst. This resulted in a fatal accident, with all students dying on the spot. Following their deaths, students and alumni at IIT-Delhi started the Indian Road Safety Campaign (IRSC), a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness on road safety.
Working with over 1,500 colleges, the IRSC has become one of the largest youth-led organisations in the country, earning multiple national and international accolades. An offshoot of their work has been the creation of iSafe Assist, a service which provides 24/7 integrated emergency and hassle-free roadside assistance across 28 states and 1,795 cities in the country.
In what was just an average day in Florida, homeowners in the USA's Sunshine Coast had an uninvited guest chilling in their backyard.A family in Florida ran into a 10-foot-long, 249-kg alligator taking a dip in their pool.
The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has put up a controversial poster in wake of the protests against party chief Raj Thackeray's visit to Uttar Pradesh's Ayodhya, issuing a warning to those who have "threatened" Thackeray over his remarks.
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