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Athira delivers baby girl without knowing Nithin’s death




Athira, who filed a petition before the Supreme Court recently, has delivered a baby girl. Athira delivered the baby girl via cesarean section at a private hospital in Kozhikode one month ahead of the scheduled due date. However, she delivered the baby without knowing about the untimely death of her husband Nithin Chandran. Nithin died in Dubai’s flat yesterday reportedly due to heart attack during sleep.

Athira was repatriated in the first Vande Bharat Mission flight. The embassy gave special preference to her because of the SC petition. Moreover, Nithin also got the ticket to fly back to India but he decided to stay in Dubai. He reportedly gave his ticket to another deserving person.

Athira was not informed of Nithin’s demise and was rushed to the hospital. According to reports, Athira is still not aware of Nithin’s death. Her friends have told the family not to tell now because the subsequent shock will sometimes harm the baby.

Nithin was active in the Blood donation camps and was very much active on the night before he went to sleep. He didn’t respond when his friends knocked on his door early morning. Even though he was reportedly rushed to a nearby hospital (could not be verified), the doctors pronounced him dead.

The couple had filed a petition in Supreme Court for the repatriation of pregnant women from UAE and other foreign countries. The top court heard their petition but the Government had decided to bring back stranded people from foreign countries. Athira had filed the petition for the repatriation of people from Kerala. The Government took the stand that they will bring back all people irrespective of state difference. They have informed the court that relevant departments are working hard to bring back stranded people due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nithin was hospitalized for a heart ailment in 2019 but he recovered. The recent medical examination gave no abnormal results. Nithin was undergoing treatment for high blood pressure. He was working as a mechanical engineer for a construction company in Dubai. He was polite, cordial, and fun among his friends. His friends in Dubai were unable to believe that Nithin is no more and he dies without receiving any medical treatment despite the help he provided to others.

Nithin was very active in COVID-19 prevention activities including blood donation. He even had a meeting with his friends regarding blood donation activities just before he went to sleep on that fateful night. Even though he had undergone treatment for heart problems, he was healthy and energetic. Nithin left the world without waiting for his baby girl at the young age of 29.

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Narayan Seva Sansthan launched free ration scheme for workers impacted by Covid-19




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Narayan Seva Sansthan (NSS) has announced the launch of a new campaign tagged as free ration scheme for all workers affected by Covid-19 pandemic. As part of the initiative, nearly 50000 poor-laborer families will be provided with free monthly rations. The scheme will cover not only workers but also the economically weaker sections of the populace. The free ration would include 20kg flour, 5kg pulses, 5kg rice, 2kg oil, 2kg sugar, and 2kg salt.

Commenting on the development, Prashant Agarwal, President of Narayan Seva Sansthan disclosed that the would provide free monthly ration to 50000 poor labourer families in partnership with donors located across India as part of the campaign.

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He added that NSS has distributed more than 94610 food packets, 51700 masks, and ratio materials to 4805 families. The free monthly ration distribution scheme has been launched to ensure that no family goes hungry in this pandemic period.

Agarwal added that free ration service was provided to more than 7000 unemployed families even before the launch of this new scheme. The organization is continuously distributing food items, masks, sanitizers among the needy people. NSS added that they will continue to help poor and needy in these times of distress.

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