Actor Sonu Sood has announced that he will sponsor students who need coaching for coveted Indian Administrative Services. Lakhs of students appear for the civil services exam in India every year. Many of them who are better off financially take coaching to be able to these demanding exams. Those who cannout afford tutorials may find themselves at a disadvantage.
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Sonu Sood has come up with an appeal to the government to help kids who have lost parents to Covid. Sharing a video, Sonu has urged the government to take a step to secure the future of these children. The actor has requested Centre, state governments and NGOs to provide free education to children. Sonu recently recovered from Covid-19 and has been working to help those in need. The actor has been facilitating resources for those stricken by the second Covid wave. Sonu was hailed as a 'messiah of the migrants' last year during the lockdown. He arranged transport for stranded migrant workers and helped students to return home.
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Sonu Sood took to Twitter to appeal to the union education ministry to financially aid children who lost their parents to he pandemic. He urged that the children should be supported for their education right up to graduation/ post graduation level.
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Sonu Sood is back at work facilitating resources for those stricken by the second Covid-19 wave. The actor, who also tested positive, has recently recovered from the disease. On Wednesday, Sonu took to Instagram and shared a video of his phone. Sonu's phone has been ringing off the hook, so to speak, with requests for aid. The actor was hailed as a 'messiah of the migrants' last year during the lockdown. Sonu had arranged transport for stranded migrant workers and helped students to return home. India on Wednesday recorded over 3.6 lakh fresh cases and more than 3,290 deaths.
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India's COVID-19 graph continues to show a declining trend with 1.73 lakh new Covid cases recorded in the last 24 hours, the lowest daily spike in 45 days. Earlier this month, the country's daily cases..