Kothagudem: A journalist’s initiative has given a much-needed leg-up to an impoverished family, which had no means to pull through. Mariganti Manasa lost her husband Murali Krishnama Charyulu, a priest, 20 days ago and he was only the family’s breadwinner. She lives at Lakshminagaram in Dummugudem mandal in the district along with her 16-year-old son. […]
Tirupati Anusha, a resident of Borabanda in Hyderabad city, is pursuing her MBBS from Kyrgyzstan Health University in Kyrgyzstan. A merit student, Anusha secured 95 per cent marks in the three years of her MBBS course. However, she had to return home due to Covid-19 pandemic. With the financial condition turning worse, Anusha started selling vegetables along with her mother, while her father was working as a watchman. She has lost all hopes to return to Kyrgyzstan and continue her studies.
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