4 Handy And Best Tools To Use When You Write For Money

Writing is a hobby, talent and unique profession. Writers are the most exceptional workers around the globe. They don’t operate under tight schedules but still manage to scoop larger salaries than most workers in other industries. They specialize in a variety of areas and niches and still make it to keep each of their clients satisfied. As a writer, you should be flexible, resourceful and professional. You must as well be up to date and fully equipped with the necessary tools to keep your writing skills and written pieces top-notch. Here I outline the best and most important tools every writer who writes for money needs to have.

Productivity Tools

The most pitiful thing about writing for money is that you only earn when you work. If your productivity is low, your earning will also be low. For your productivity to be high as a writer, you need to have the right productivity tools. Here is a checklist of the most critical productivity tools to have.

1. Teux Deux-It’s a premium online calendar that enables you to design easy to-do list of everything you want to do through the week.

2. StayFocused-This is a chrome add-on that works to block all websites and applications that disrupt you when busy doing other essential things.

3. Controlled Multi-Tabbed Browsing-It is a Chrome application that assists you manage your time efficiently.

Quality And Plagiarism Checking Tools

Quality and uniqueness are two essential aspects that matter a lot when it comes to content provision. Every content requester wants unique and high-quality articles whenever they pay you to write for them. To enable you improve the quality and uniqueness of your content, these are the most important tools to have.

1. Grammarly Plagiarism Checker- It’s a paid proofreading, punctuation and grammar checking tool that assists you write quality articles free of grammar and punctuation mistakes.

2. Copyscape-This online-based tool assists you to write 100% unique articles for a small fee.

3. Read Able-It is a free application which tests the reading level of your content and allows you make corrections where you made mistakes.

Keyword Search And Checking Tools

It really feels bad to have your article rejected because it didn’t meet all the requirements of the keyword. Poor keyword search leads to poor and out of topic writing. To ensure you always write articles that meet all the requirements of the keyword, make sure you have the tools I have outlined below.

1. Live Keyword Analysis-It’s a free SEO tool which helps you calculate keyword density to ensure the dentist of the provided keyword in your article do not exceed the required percentage.

2. SEO Book Keyword Research Tool-With this tool, you are sure to get relevant and useful ideas about your keyword.

3. Word Counter-This tool enables you to identify the most repetitive words in an article.

Content Optimization Tools

All the articles you write must be keyword optimized. Most content requesters will require you to write articles that are optimized for search engines. For you to be able to achieve this, you will need the tools outlined here.

1. WordPress SEO Plugin-This free tool enable you to write articles that are fully optimized for SEO and search engines.

2. ProWritingAid-This tool helps scrutinize your text and highlight all grammar errors, writing style and overused words.

3. EditMinion-With this tool, you are able to write articles that include proper use of adverbs, passive voice and homonyms.

Jennifer Broflowski is a blogger and friend of Edusson Australia

Forgot password reset or break Windows 7 password

Downnload chntpw tool http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/usb110511.zip.

Create bootable USB recovery disk.

Unzip usb110511.zip to the USB root directory.

Run command prompt (run as administrator).

Type F:syslinux.exe -ma F: where F indicates your USB drive.


Now USB is ready to use.

Boot USB from the locked computer


After booting dont press any key , it will automatically detect partition and prints list of partition.

Press D (Automatically start disk drivers)


Type 1 (select your windows partition number)


Press enter (will detect windows directory))


Type 1 (password reset))


Type 1 (edit user data and password)


Type user name (example as in screen administrator)


Type 1 (clear user password)


Password cleared…..      Type  !    to quit


Type q (to quit)


Type y (about to write to disk)


Type q (to quit)


Type n (to exit)


Restart your computer and change the blank administrator password in windows


BIOS Password Removal

Some Users forget BIOS password or some may purchase computer from a friend and he is out of country, here are some steps to reset password.

Reset BIOS password using Hardware(two methods)

  1. a) Reset BIOS password removing CMOS battery
  2. b) Reset BIOS password using Jumper

Reset BIOS password using DOS

Reset BIOS password using Software

Reset BIOS password using Backdoor BIOS Password

Reset BIOS password using Hardware


Two methods: first is by removing CMOS battery, second by jumper in motherboard. Many of the desktop computers motherboard has a small coin sized CMOS battery. They store password and other settings. Once CMOS battery is removed the entire password and settings are lost and they are reset to factory defaults.

Reset BIOS password removing CMOS battery

Step 1 power off your computer and unplug power cable.

Step 2 open computer cover.

Step 3 locate coin sized battery.

Step 4 using flat screw driver push the battery lock to lift battery.

Step 5 remove battery and wait for half an hour to discharge.

Step 6 fix back battery, computer cover and power cable and power on computer.

Step 7 you will get CMOS checksum error and the settings will be restored to factory defaults.

Step 8 go to ths BIOS setup program by pressing F2 or delete or as per brand it varies and save settings . now your computer is without password.

Reset BIOS password using Jumper

Some desktop computers come with CMOS battery soldered to its motherboard. Use the jumper to clear settings.

Step 1 power off your computer and unplug power cable.

Step 2 locate the jumper as labeled as CLR, CLEAR, CLEAR CMOS, etc shown in the figure above. The location varies from computer to computer brands.

Step 3 there will be either 3 or 2 pins, if it is 2 pins insert the jumper in those 2 pins, if it has 3 pins remove the jumper and join the center pin to the opposite pin. If the jumper joins center pin to left pin, then remove it and join center pin to right pin or vice versa.

Step 4 wait for few seconds and re fix the jumper to its original position

Step 5 you will get CMOS checksum error and the settings will be restored to factory defaults.

Step 6 go to ths BIOS setup program by pressing F2 or delete or as per brand it varies and save settings . now your computer is without password.

Reset BIOS password using DOS

Step 1 create a DOS system disk.

Step 2 copy “debug” command from DOS or windows directory to the system disk.

Step 3 boot the computer from the system disk

Step 4 at command prompt type debug and enter you will see a “-“ blinking.

Step 5 type o 70 2E and enter

Step 6 type o 71 FF and enter

Step 7 type q and enter

Step 8 remove the system disk and reboot the computer, unplug power cable and re plug it, power ON your computer and settings reset.

The character “ o “ in the above commands is English alphabet “o” and not the number 0, it outputs the value to IO ports, The number 70 and 71 are port numbers which are used to access CMOS memory. FF – tells CMOS that there is an invalid checksum and it resets the CMOS settings as well as BIOS password.

Reset BIOS password using Software

CmosPWD application that can be used to retrieve and decrypt the BIOS password. It also provides backup, restoral, and erasing capabilities.

Works with the following BIOS * ACER/IBM BIOS * AMI BIOS * AMI WinBIOS 2.5 * Award 4.5x/4.6x/6.0 * Compaq (1992) * Compaq (New version) * IBM (PS/2, Activa, Thinkpad) * Packard Bell * Phoenix 1.00.09.AC0 (1994), a486 1.03, 1.04, 1.10 A03, 4.05 rev 1.02.943, 4.06 rev 1.13.1107 * Phoenix 4 release 6 (User) * Gateway Solo – Phoenix 4.0 release 6 * Toshiba * Zenith AMI

Step 1 Download http://www.cgsecurity.org/cmospwd-5.0.zip & extract to a folder. Extract to a folder “ cmos “.

Step 2 To work on CMOS memory, ioperm need to be installed and running. ioperm gives direct port I/O access for specified ports to user-mode process (ring 3) using Ke386SetIoAccessMap and Ke386IoSetAccessProcess kernel functions.

Step 3 Log on to Windows as Administrator.

Step 4 Run command prompt

Step 5 go to the directory d:\cmos\windows by using command “ cd\” then go to “d:” where the cmos directory is present. Then type cd cmos then press enter key then type cd windows and press enter key

Step 6 when you are in d:\cmos\windows then type “ioperm.exe –i” hit enter.

Step 7 to start ioperm service type “net start ioperm” hit enter.

Step 8 type “Cmospwd_win.exe /k” hit enter , the below commands will appear in the prompt 1 – Kill cmos 2 – Kill cmos (try to keep date and time) 0 – Abort Choice :

Step 9 Type 1 and hit Enter to clear cmos.


now the password is reset and you will have to insert a new password and save it.

Reset BIOS password using Backdoor BIOS Password

Many BIOS manufacturers have provided backdoor passwords that can be used to access the BIOS setup in the event you have lost your password. These passwords are case sensitive, so you may wish to try a variety of combinations. WARNING: Some BIOS configurations will lock you out of the system completely if you type in an incorrect password more than 3 times. Read your manufacturers documentation for the BIOS setting before you begin typing in passwords.

Award BIOS backdoor passwords:

aLLY Condo PINT 01322222
ALLY d8on pint 589589
aPAf djonet SER 589721
_award HLT SKY_FOX 595595
AWARD_SW J64 SYXZ 598598
AWARD?SW J256 syxz
AWARD SW J262 shift + syxz

AMI BIOS Backdoor Passwords:


Phoenix BIOS Backdoor Passwords:


Misc. Common Passwords

ALFAROME BIOSTAR biostar biosstar
CMOS cmos LKWPETER lkwpeter
setup SETUP Syxz Wodj

Other BIOS Passwords by Manufacturer

Manufacturer Password
VOBIS & IBM merlin
Dell Dell
Biostar Biostar
Compaq Compaq
Enox xo11nE
Epox central
Freetech Posterie
IWill iwill
Jetway spooml
Packard Bell bell9
Siemens SKY_FOX
Toshiba Toshiba

Toshiba BIOS

Most Toshiba laptops and some desktop systems will bypass the BIOS password if the left shift key is held down during boot


Press both mouse buttons repeatedly during the boot

Important Linux Commands

Important Linux Commands

ls [options] [files]

If you run ls without any additional parameters, the program lists the contents of the current directory in short form.


Detailed list


Displays hidden files

cp [options] source target

Copies source to target.


Waits for confirmation, if necessary, before an existing target is overwritten


Copies recursively (includes subdirectories)

mv [options] source target

Copies source to target then deletes the original source.


Creates a backup copy of the source before moving


Waits for confirmation, if necessary, before an existing targetfile is overwritten

rm [options] files

Removes the specified files from the file system. Directories are not removed by rm unless the option -r is used.


Deletes any existing subdirectories


Waits for confirmation before deleting each file

ln [options] source target

Creates an internal link from source to target. Normally, such a link points directly to source on the same file system. However, if ln is executed with the -s option, it creates a symbolic link that only points to the directory in which source is located, enabling linking across file systems.


Creates a symbolic link

cd [options] [directory]

Changes the current directory. cd without any parameters changes to the user’s home directory.

mkdir [options] directory

Creates a new directory.

rmdir [options] directory

Deletes the specified directory if it is already empty.

chown [options] username[:[group]] files

Transfers ownership of a file to the user with the specified username.


Changes files and directories in all subdirectories

chgrp [options] groupname files

Transfers the group ownership of a given file to the group with the specified group name. The file owner can change group ownership only if a member of both the current and the new group.

chmod [options] mode files

Changes the access permissions.

The mode parameter has three parts: group, access, and access type. group accepts the following characters:







For access, grant access with + and deny it with .

The access type is controlled by the following options:






Execute—executing files or changing to the directory


Setuid bit—the application or program is started as if it were started by the owner of the file

As an alternative, a numeric code can be used. The four digits of this code are composed of the sum of the values 4, 2, and 1—the decimal result of a binary mask. The first digit sets the set user ID (SUID) (4), the set group ID (2), and the sticky (1) bits. The second digit defines the permissions of the owner of the file. The third digit defines the permissions of the group members and the last digit sets the permissions for all other users. The read permission is set with 4, the write permission with 2, and the permission for executing a file is set with 1. The owner of a file would usually receive a 6 or a 7 for executable files.

gzip [parameters] files

This program compresses the contents of files using complex mathematical algorithms. Files compressed in this way are given the extension .gz and need to be uncompressed before they can be used. To compress several files or even entire directories, use the tar command.


Decompresses the packed gzip files so they return to their original size and can be processed normally (like the command gunzip)

tar options archive files

tar puts one or more files into an archive. Compression is optional. tar is a quite complex command with a number of options available. The most frequently used options are:


Writes the output to a file and not to the screen as is usually the case


Creates a new tar archive


Adds files to an existing archive


Outputs the contents of an archive


Adds files, but only if they are newer than the files already contained in the archive


Unpacks files from an archive (extraction)


Packs the resulting archive with gzip


Compresses the resulting archive with bzip2


Lists files processed

The archive files created by tar end with .tar. If the tar archive was also compressed using gzip, the ending is .tgz or .tar.gz. If it was compressed using bzip2, the ending is .tar.bz2.

locate patterns

This command is only available if you have installed the findutils-locate package. The locate command can find in which directory a specified file is located. If desired, use wild cards to specify filenames. The program is very fast, because it uses a database specifically created for the purpose (rather than searching through the entire file system). This very fact, however, also results in a major drawback: locate is unable to find any files created after the latest update of its database. The database can be generated by root with updatedb.

updatedb [options]

This command performs an update of the database used by locate. To include files in all existing directories, run the program as root. It also makes sense to place it in the background by appending an ampersand (&), so you can immediately continue working on the same command line (updatedb &). This command usually runs as a daily cron job (see cron.daily).

find [options]

With find, search for a file in a given directory. The first argument specifies the directory in which to start the search. The option -name must be followed by a search string, which may also include wild cards. Unlike locate, which uses a database, find scans the actual directory.

Commands to Access File Contents

file [options] [files]

With file, detect the contents of the specified files.


Tries to look inside compressed files

cat [options] files

The cat command displays the contents of a file, printing the entire contents to the screen without interruption.


Numbers the output on the left margin

less [options] files

This command can be used to browse the contents of the specified file. Scroll half a screen page up or down with PgUp and PgDn or a full screen page down with Space. Jump to the beginning or end of a file using Home and End. Press Q to exit the program.

grep [options] searchstring files

The grep command finds a specific search string in the specified files. If the search string is found, the command displays the line in which searchstring was found along with the filename.


Ignores case


Only displays the names of the relevant files, but not the text lines


Additionally displays the numbers of the lines in which it found a hit


Only lists the files in which searchstring does not occur

diff [options] file1 file2

The diff command compares the contents of any two files. The output produced by the program lists all lines that do not match. This is frequently used by programmers who need only to send their program alterations and not the entire source code.


Only reports whether the two files differ


Produces a unified diff, which makes the output more readable

File Systems

mount [options] [device] mountpoint

This command can be used to mount any data media, such as hard disks, CD-ROM drives, and other drives, to a directory of the Linux file system.


Mount read-only

-t filesystem

Specify the file system, commonly ext2 for Linux hard disks, msdos for MS-DOS media, vfat for the Windows file system, and iso9660 for CDs

For hard disks not defined in the file /etc/fstab, the device type must also be specified. In this case, only root can mount it. If the file system needs to also be mounted by other users, enter the option user in the appropriate line in the /etc/fstab file (separated by commas) and save this change. Further information is available in the mount(1) man page.

umount [options] mountpoint

This command unmounts a mounted drive from the file system. To prevent data loss, run this command before taking a removable data medium from its drive. Normally, only root is allowed to run the commands mount and umount. To enable other users to run these commands, edit the /etc/fstab file to specify the option user for the relevant drive.

7.12.2 System Commands

The following section lists a few of the most important commands needed for retrieving system information and controlling processes and the network.

System Information

df [options] [directory]

The df (disk free) command, when used without any options, displays information about the total disk space, the disk space currently in use, and the free space on all the mounted drives. If a directory is specified, the information is limited to the drive on which that directory is located.


Shows the number of occupied blocks in gigabytes, megabytes, or kilobytes—in human-readable format


Type of file system (ext2, nfs, etc.)

du [options] [path]

This command, when executed without any parameters, shows the total disk space occupied by files and subdirectories in the current directory.


Displays the size of each individual file


Output in human-readable form


Displays only the calculated total size

free [options]

The command free displays information about RAM and swap space usage, showing the total and the used amount in both categories.


Output in bytes


Output in kilobytes


Output in megabytes

date [options]

This simple program displays the current system time. If run as root, it can also be used to change the system time. Details about the program are available in the date(1) man page.


top [options]

top provides a quick overview of the currently running processes. Press H to access a page that briefly explains the main options for customizing the program.

ps [options] [process_ID]

If run without any options, this command displays a table of all your own programs or processes—those you started. The options for this command are not preceded by hyphen.


Displays a detailed list of all processes, independent of the owner

kill [options] process_ID

Unfortunately, sometimes a program cannot be terminated in the normal way. In most cases, you should still be able to stop such a runaway program by executing the kill command, specifying the respective process ID (see top and ps). kill sends a TERM signal that instructs the program to shut itself down. If this does not help, the following parameter can be used:


Sends a KILL signal instead of a TERM signal, bringing the specified process to an end in almost all cases

killall [options] processname

This command is similar to kill, but uses the process name (instead of the process ID) as an argument, killing all processes with that name.


ping [options] hostname_or_IP address

The ping command is the standard tool for testing the basic functionality of TCP/IP networks. It sends a small data packet to the destination host, requesting an immediate reply. If this works, ping displays a message to that effect, which indicates that the network link is basically functioning.


Determines the total number of packages to send and ends after they have been dispatched (by default, there is no limitation set)


flood ping: sends as many data packages as possible; a popular means, reserved for root, to test networks


Specifies the interval between two data packages in seconds (default: one second)

host [options] hostname [server]

The domain name system resolves domain names to IP addresses. With this tool, send queries to name servers (DNS servers).

ssh [options] [user@]hostname [command]

SSH is actually an Internet protocol that enables you to work on remote hosts across a network. SSH is also the name of a Linux program that uses this protocol to enable operations on remote computers.


passwd [options] [username]

Users may change their own passwords at any time using this command. The administrator root can use the command to change the password of any user on the system.

su [options] [username]

The su command makes it possible to log in under a different username from a running session. Specify a username and the corresponding password. The password is not required from root, because root is authorized to assume the identity of any user. When using the command without specifying a username, you are prompted for the root password and change to the superuser (root). Use su – to start a login shell for a different user.

halt [options]

To avoid loss of data, you should always use this program to shut down your system.

reboot [options]

Does the same as halt except the system performs an immediate reboot.


This command cleans up the visible area of the console. It has no options.

Get help with Windows 10 upgrade and installation errors


This page lists the most common upgrade and installation errors and a some things you can try to fix them. If you continue having problems upgrading or installing Windows 10, contact Microsoft support.

Error What it means and how to fix it
0x80073712 A file needed by Windows Update is likely damaged or missing.
0x800F0923 This might indicate that a driver or other software on your PC isn’t compatible with the upgrade to Windows 10. For info about how to fix this problem, contact Microsoft support.
0x80200056 This could mean that the upgrade process was interrupted because you accidentally restarted your PC or signed out of your PC. Try upgrading again and make sure your PC is plugged in and stays turned on.
This error might mean that your PC couldn’t connect to the Windows Update servers. If you’re using a VPN connection to connect to a work network, disconnect from the network and turn off the VPN software (if applicable) and try upgrading again.
The error could also mean there isn’t enough free space in the System Reserved partition. You might be able to fix this problem by using third-party software to increase the size of the System Reserved partition.
Error: We couldn’t complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don’t turn off your computer.
Error: Failure configuring Windows Updates. Reverting changes.
These are generic errors that might appear any time a Windows update fails. You’ll need to determine the specific error code to investigate how to best resolve this problem.
You can find the error code for the failed update by viewing your update history. Look for the update that wasn’t installed, note the error code, and then contact Microsoft support.

To view your update history in Windows 8.1:

  • Open Windows Update by swiping in from the right edge of the screen (or, if you’re using a mouse, pointing to the lower-right corner of the screen and moving the mouse pointer up), select Settings  > Change PC settings > Update and recovery View your update history.
To view your update history in Windows 7:
  • Select the Start button
    Start button icon

    . In the search box, type Update, and then, in the list of results, Select Windows Update > View update history.

Error: The update isn’t applicable to your computer. This error might mean that your PC doesn’t have the required updates installed. Check to make sure that all important updates are installed on your PC before you try upgrading.
0xC1900208 – 0x4000C This could indicate that an incompatible app installed on your PC is blocking the upgrade process from completing. Check to make sure that any incompatible apps are uninstalled and then try upgrading again.
0xC1900200 – 0x20008
0xC1900202 – 0x20008
This may signify that your PC doesn’t meet the minimum requirements to download or install the upgrade to Windows 10.
0x80070070 – 0x50011
0x80070070 – 0x50012
0x80070070 – 0x60000
This likely indicates that your PC doesn’t have enough space available to install the upgrade. Free some space on the drive and try again.

National Bravery Awards Year 2016

National Bravery Awards Year 2016




Shivampet Ruchitha, Telangana


8-year-old Shivampet Ruchitha was the youngest to receive the award this year. Ruchita saved two of her school mates when a train hit their school bus. She noticed that their bus had stopped on a railway track and a train was coming towards them. Showing extraordinary presence of mind, she pushed two students out of the window and jumped off the bus herself too. Unfortunately, she could not save her younger sister who was sitting in the front row. Her younger brother sustained severe injuries, but he has recovered now. 16 students, the driver, and the conductor lost their lives in that accident. She was honoured with the Geeta Chopra award.

Arjun Singh, Uttarakhand

Arjun Singh

A tiger entered 16-year-old Arjun Singh’s house in Uttarakhand. He showed extreme courage and fought it off, saving his mother’s life who had fainted as soon as the tiger entered. Arjun went into a room and picked up a sickle to fight the tiger. As it was too small to hit from a distance, Arjun grabbed a stick and waved it towards the tiger. He did not stop until the villagers reached there and the animal ran away on seeing the crowd. Arjun received the Sanjay Chopra award.

Late Shivansh Singh, Uttar Pradesh

Late Shivansh Singh

Shivansh Singh, a 14-year-old medal-winning swimmer from Faizabad, was posthumously honoured with the prestigious Bharat Award. He lost his life while trying to save his friend from drowning in the Saryu River.

Late Gaurav Kawduji Sahastrabuddhe, Maharashtra

Late Gaurav Kawduji

Gaurav was only 15 when he lost his life while rescuing four of his friends from drowning in the Ambazari lake. He was a good swimmer and had gone to the lake one afternoon in June 2014. While playing in the water, his friends suddenly started drowning. According to the police, Gaurav swam for 20 minutes and rescued them all. But while trying to pull out the last boy, he hit his head on a submerged stone and drowned. He received the Bharat Award.

Aromal SM, Kerala

Aromal SM

12-year-old Aromal is one of the six winners from Kerala. He saved two women from drowning in a 14-feet pond and was honoured with the Bapu Gaidhani Award.

Rakeshbhai Shanabhai Patel, Gujarat

Rakeshbhai Shanabhai

This 13-year-old received the Bapu Gaidhani Award for saving a boy who accidentally fell into a well.

Ramdinthara, Mizoram


Ramdinthara saved two boys who were stuck on a transformer fence. The 15-year-old pulled the boys out with his bare hands and took them to the hospital. Son of a tea-seller, Ramdinthara was walking past the transformer when he saw that two boys were struggling to free themselves after falling on the fence. He overcame his fear in just a few seconds and grabbed their hair to pull them up. He received the Bapu Gaidhani Award.

Abinash Mishra, Odisha

Abinash Mishra

Abinash Mishra, 12, saw his friend drowning in Kushabhadra River. Without thinking twice, he just jumped into the river and swam to the shore after saving his friend. He is one of the recipients of the General National Bravery Award.

Chongtham Kuber Meitei, Manipur

Chongtham Kuber

13-year-old Chongtham Kuber Meitei became a local hero after he jumped into a 10-feet deep well to save a girl from drowning. He was awarded with the General National Bravery Award.

Kashish Dhanani, Gujarat

Kashish Dhanani

10-year-old Kashish protected his 15-months-old sibling from a German Shepherd. He received the General National Bravery Award.

Muhammad Shamnad, Kerala

Muhammad Shamnad

14-year-old Muhammad Shamnad showed outstanding courage when he risked his life to save a little girl from drowning in a pond. He received the General National Bravery Award.


Mohit Mahendra Dalvi, Maharashtra

Mohit Mahendra

14-year-old Mohit saved his 10-year-old neighbour from drowning in Banganga Lake last year. When Krishna Pashtye slipped into the lake, Mohit was the only one of the hundreds of onlookers who had the courage to dive into the lake and save her. He was honoured with General National Bravery Award.

Abhijith K.V, Kerala

Abhijith K

15-year-old Abhijith was honoured with the General National Bravery Award for saving his friend from drowning in a 25 feet deep pond.

Sarwanand Saha, Chhattisgarh

Sarwanand Saha

Sarwanand Saha received the General National Bravery Award for saving a man from drowning in Mahanadi River.

Sai Krishna Akhil Kilambi, Telangana

Sai Krishna

This 15-year-old saved his mother from electrocution. His mother came in contact with a live electric wire at their residence in Agapura when she was washing the floor. Sai Krishna was quick to think on his feet and he instantly rushed forward to turn off the mains supply while making sure that he did not step into the water. He was honoured with the General National Bravery Award.

Dishant Mehndiratta, Haryana

Dishant Mehndiratta

Dishant Mehndiratta was at his home in Panchkula, with his mother and younger brother. His father had just left for work when a stranger knocked at the door asking for him. The family invited him in and Dishant’s mother, Archana, called her husband to inform about the visitor. His father couldn’t recognise the man and asked him to come later. This was when the stranger asked if he could use the toilet. And while Archana was leading the way to show him the bathroom, he suddenly took out a knife and put it on her neck. He started threatening the children, asking them to bring out all the cash and valuables. Dishant made a quick plan and fell down on the man’s feet pretending to plead with him. And after a few seconds, he suddenly stood up, grabbed the knife from his hand, and threw it away. The family raised an alarm and got him arrested. Dishant received the General National Bravery Award for this courageous act.

Joena Chakraborty, Chhattisgarh

Joena Chakraborty

When a man snatched away her father’s mobile phone, 10-year-old Joena Chakraborty started running after him without wasting a single second, and brought the phone back.

Nilesh Bhil, Maharashtra

Nilesh Bhil

Nilesh Bhil from Kothli was awarded the General National Bravery Award for saving a boy from drowning.

Beedhovan, Kerala


14-year-old Beedhovan saved a boy from electrocution and was honoured with the General National Bravery Award.

Nithin Philip Mathew, Kerala

Nithin Philip

13-year-old Nithin was honoured for saving his neighbour’s family after their house caught fire in a cylinder blast.

Bhimsen, Uttar Pradesh


A boat got overturned in Sarayu River. 12-year-old Bhimsen, who was present on his own boat, jumped into the water and saved 14 people from drowning.

Angelica Tynsong, Meghalaya

Angelica Tynsong

Angelica Tynsong, 13, from Ri Bhoi district, saved her 7-month-old brother when their house caught fire. Her brother was sleeping while she was washing clothes, and their parents were not present in the house at the time of the incident.

Anandu Dileep, Kerala

Anandu Dileep

14-year-old Anandu Dileep was going to his tuition class with his friends. They were crossing a bridge when his friend slipped and fell into the 10-feet-deep canal. Anandu jumped into the water and rescued him.

Maurice Yengkhom, Manipur


Maurice was playing on the terrace with his friend who suddenly got an electric shock. Had it not been for Maurice’s presence of mind, his friend would have lost his life. The 14-year-old picked up a cane chair and started hitting him till he was free.

Vaibhav Ramesh Ghangare, Maharashtra

Vaibhav Ramesh

Vaibhav Ramesh Ghangare from Wardha also received the General National Bravery Award. He saved a 6-year-old child from drowning.

Daijiworld Charity

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From  daijiworld charity page
Baby Riyona Pinto (11 months) D No. 30-11-208,Katinja, Pedamale, Mangaluru 575029

Thursday, April 07, 2016

Baby Riyona Pinto, aged 11 months, D/o Roney Pinto is suffering from Congenital heart disease, large perimembraneous VSD with left to right shunt, dialed LA/LV, severe PAH, increased pulmonary venous return and good bi-ventricular function. She requires high risk surgical closure of VSD at the earliest.
The estimated cost of the surgical procedure will be approximately Rs.2 lacs including cost of the surgery, cardiac OT/ITU charges, blood charges, investigations, diet, medicines, room rent and all other expenses incurred during the hospital stay. The above surgery has to be done as early as possible.
The parents of the child have recently come and resided in Kelarai parish and the Church has helped them to build a house. They are very poor and are in dire need of help. Kindly help the family generously so that they can save the life of the child.
Your kind remittances may please be sent to their following bank account:
Bank Account No.: 007600101016610
Name of the Account Holder: Cynthia Pinto
Bank: Corporation Bank,
076 Mangaluru, 215, Padavu Village, Padavu B
Panchayat, Post Box 911, Kulshekar 575005.
Bank IFSC Code: CORP0000076
Telephone No.: 91 90081 59888
Thirtha Kumari(4 yrs), No. 115,2nd Cross,Coolie Block,Bhadravathi 577301

Monday, April 04, 2016

Thirtha Kumari(4 yrs),D/o Manjunatha, was diagnosed with tracheo-oesophageal fistula,subglottic stenoisis, anorectal malformation with congenital heart disease.
Tracheo-oesophageal repair was done at Indira Gandhi Institute of child health and devise close of PDA done in Sapthagiri Superspeciality Hospital, Bangalore. The patient underwent Anterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty in Government Wenlock Hospital and Laryngotracheoplasty for subglottic stenosis in KMC Hospital, Attavar.
The patient had multiple procedures in different hospitals since birth incurring huge expenses for hospitalization and treatment. The parents have spent around Rs seven lacs for treatment so far.As the parents are poor, they find it difficult to pay for medicines and hospitalization of the child. Therefore, they have requested for donations from kind hearted individuals so that they can save the life of the child.
Your kind remittances may please be sent to the following bank account:
Bank Account No.: 4837101000588
Name of the Account Holder: Manjunatha
Bank: Canara Bank, 1st Floor, Sudhai Complex, S J Road,
Janapura, Bhadravathi, Shimoga 577301.
Bank IFSC Code: CNRB0004837
Telephone No.: 91 87108 84597
Rubina Sartho(34),Palethady House,Pavoor Post,Via Manjeshwar,Kasargod-671323

Friday, March 18, 2016

Rubina Sartho(34),wife of Thomas D’Souza, is diagnosed as a case of recurrent giant cell tumour. She is being treated in Father Muller Hospital with Inj denosumab chemotherapy. She has already undergone six such chemotherapies at the cost of Rs 1,60,000 that too after concession. She had to also undergo a couple of operations. She is a teacher by profession.
She will have to be treated with further four chemotherapies costing more than Rs one lac. She has other medical tests and treatments with separate expenses. She has two small children. Her husband being a driver is not in a position to cope up with the medical expenditure.
Please send your generous and kind remittances to her following bank account:
Bank Account No.: 40606101007453
Name of the Bank Account Holder: Rubina Sartho
Bank: Kerala Gramina Bank, 
Pavoor Post, Via Manjeshwar,Kasargod
Bank IFSC Code: KLGB0040606
Telephone No.: 91 94472 86881, 91 94476 53073
Pranesh(24),2-112,Uliya Alangar,Moodbidri-574227.

Monday, March 07, 2016

Pranesh(24), S/o Jagadish Acharya, is suffering from Hypertension, Iga Nephropathy, CKD V. He needs maintenance haemodialysis and AVF creation. Cost of the HD is around Rs 15,000/- per month and AVF creation cost is around Rs.25,000/-.
He needs Renal Transplant Surgery if suitable donor is available cost of which is around Rs 4 lacs and Rs 15,000/- per month lifelong for maintenance immunosuppressant drugs.

He has requested kind hearted donors to help him monetarily as he does not have that kind of money.

Your remittances may please be sent to his following bank account.


Bank Account No.: 4822500101913901
Name of the Account Holder: Pranesh
Bank: Karnataka Bank,
Moodbidri Branch
1st Floor,tribhuvan Bldg,
near Bust Stand,pb10,
moodabidri 574227
Bank IFSC Code: KARB0000482
Telephone No.: 91 96115 35210 / 7406839246
Alicia Angel D’ Souza(5 years),Bikarnakatte,Bajjodi Road,Mangaluru 575005

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Alicia Angel D’Souza(5 years) D/o Anil D’ Souza,is suffering from bilateral developmental dysplasia of hip. She requires treatment in the form of re-constructive surgery. The approximate cost of the surgery including hospitalization will be Rs 2 lacs.

The parents of the child are poor and the surgery is needed soon in Manipal KMC. The child needs your prayers as the surgery is risky and financial help.

Please send your kind hearted donations to their following bank account:

Bank Account No. 364402010007175
Name of the Account Holder: Janet Laveena D’Souza (Mother)
Bank: Union Bank, Padavu, Maroli,
Post Box 932, Ramakrishna Complex,
Kulshekar post, Mangaluru.
Bank IFSC Code: UBIN0536440
Telephone No.: 91 78994 68351
Master Ashton D’ Souza(3 years),Manjalakodi House, Borkatte post,Udupi 574502

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Master Ashton D’ Souza(3 years), S/o Stephen D’ Souza,  is suffering from an heart ailment
and needs open heart surgery which costs Rs 2,51,000. He is under treatment at Manipal Hospital, Bangaluru.
As his parents are poor, they have requested for your kind and generous monetary help so as to save the child. Please send your kind remittances to their following bank account:
Bank Account No.: 32538704963
Name of the Bank Account Holder: Stephen D’ Souza
Bank: State Bank of India, 270 Ward No. 2, 
Ground Floor, Karkala
Bank IFSC Code: SBIN0005189
Mobile No.: 91 98441 85824
Vincent D’ Souza(48),Nugi House,Ajekar Post,Karkala Taluk 574101

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Vincent D’ Souza(48) is admitted in A J Hospital and Research Center, Mangaluru with diagnosis of IHD – Recent unstable angina, coronary artery disease and significant double vessel disease. The
estimated cost of his treatment is Rs two lacs.
As he is poor and cannot afford the expenses himself, he needs generous financial help. His wife Irine works in Ajekar school as an attender and earns Rs 5,000 per month. She is the only breadwinner in the family.

Kindly send your generous remittances to their following bank account:

Bank Account No.: 009800101011325
Name of the Account Holder: Jacintha Irine D’ Souza
Bank: Corporation Bank, Ajekar Branch,
 098 Ajekar, Athithi, Ajekar 574101
Bank IFSC Code: CORP0000098
Ph.No: 91 98806 05798
Khan Ameer Bashir(23) Millath Road,Ambar,Mangalpady post,Kasargod-Kerala 671324

Friday, February 19, 2016

Khan Ameer Bashir(23) S/o Bashir Khan, Baithul Usman,  had met with a train accident on June 13, 2008 and undergone major surgery in Yenepoya Hospital and A J Hospital, Mangaluru.
His is a case of crush injury on both the legs. Amputation was done below right knee and he is on prosthesis. He had an infection on left foot for which he was treated in Father Muller hospital with
debridement and free microvascular flap cover(LD) on January 4, 2015 followed by debulking on May 6, 2015. The total cost of surgery,hospitalization and medication was approximately Rs two lacs.
He is walking with support at present. He needs to undergo further flap debulking and foot reconstruction. The estimated cost is another Rs one lac.He is financially weak and cannot afford to bear all these medical and surgical expenses.He has humbly requested for donations from kind hearted individuals. Please send your kind donations to his following bank account:
Bank Account No.: 4672500101229301
Name of the Account Holder: Khan Ameer Bashir
Bank: Karnataka Bank Ltd, 
Mangalpady Branch, Bombay Bazar, 
Kaikamba, Uppala 671322
Bank IFSC Code: KARB0000467
Mobile No.: 91 97463 69069
Muliya Channappa Babu(48),3-104,Golimar House,Kariangala Polali-574219

Friday, February 19, 2016

Muliya Channappa Babu(48), S/o Babu Muliya,is under treatment at Dr Lajpatrai Mehra’s Neurotherapy Center, Kinnikambala for Paralysis since the last one year.
His treatment charges are Rs 8,000 per month. As he is bedridden, he is unable to earn and pay for his medical expenses. Kindly send your wholehearted donations for his treatment to his following bank account:
Bank Account No.: 01512200063910
Name of the Account Holder: Muliya Channappa Babu
Bank: Syndicate Bank, Kaikamba, 
Ramachandra Building, Main Road,
Kinnikambla post, Mangaluru 574151
Bank IFSC Code: SYNB0000151
Telephone No.: 91 97404 20644
Luellin Leo Haymo (26),No. 156, 2nd Cross, 1st main road, New Bel road, Behind Mayuri hotel, AGS layout, Bangaluru-560094

Friday, February 12, 2016

Luellin Leo Haymo(26), S/o Stephen Leo Haymo, is suffering from multiple sclerosis for the past four years and admitted to NIMHANS hospital, Bangaluru at present. He needs financial help for the injections which Luellin has to take. The cost of the injections are Rs 80,000 per month. The doctors have advised that Luellin has to take the injections for three years continuously every month which would cost Rs 30,00,000 (Rs thirty lacs).
He will need to undergo physiotherapy on daily basis which would cost Rs 700 daily. Their financial condition is bad. Luellin’s mother is a housewife and his father just lost a job at the Atria hotel, Bangaluru as it shut down due to renovation and he is unemployed now.
They have requested your good selves to help their family in this situation so that they can go forward with the injections.
Kindly send your remittances to their following bank account.
Bank Account No.: 121310035112
Names of the Account holders: Luellin Leo Haymo and Stephen Leo Haymo
Bank: Dena Bank, 
Cholanagar branch, 
# 38,C I L Main road, 
Thimmakka Layout, 
Near Acharya Institute, 
Cholanagar, Bangaluru 560032.
Bank IFSC Code: BKDN0611213
MICR: 560018013
Telephone No.: 91 97393 41821, 91 96868 62617


Bible Verses



“God will put his angels in charge of you to protect you wherever you go. They will hold you up with their hands to keep you from hurting your feet on the stones.” Psalm 91:11-12

“If God is for us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31

“Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:31-46

Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi



The winners of the Nobel peace prize, the Pakistani teenage activist Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, an Indian children’s rights advocate, said the award represented a huge boost to the cause of children’s rights around the world.

“Who is Malala?” shouted the Taliban gunman who leapt onto a crowded bus in northwestern Pakistan two years ago, then fired a bullet into the head of Malala Yousafzai, a 15-year-old schoolgirl and outspoken activist. who survived her injuries and went on to become an impassioned advocate, global celebrity and the latest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize alongside the Indian child rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi.

14-Year-Old Invents Pedal-Powered Washing Machine


Meet Remya Jose. She is the inventor of the washing-cum-exercise machine that won her a National Award. When Remya Jose was 14 years old, her mother became ill while her father underwent cancer treatments. Going to school was a two-hour commute each way, and the family didn’t own a washing machine, which made the process of cleaning clothes long and tiresome for her twin sister. Jose, now 16, decided the best way to help her family was to create her own washing machine that wouldn’t need electricity.

After drawing out the basic diagram, Jose’s father took it to a local mechanic shop, where workers agreed to put the machine together. After purchasing the materials, Jose gave the mechanics instructions of exactly how she wanted it done.

The end product has an aluminum cabin with a horizontal iron net wire cylinder. This cylinder connects to the pedal system, which looks like any other with a chain, pedals and a seat. Clothes go into the cylinder, the cabin fills with enough water to level the clothes and the washing cycle begins, soaking the laundry for at least 10 minutes. The user pedals for three to four minutes while the cylinder rotates to clean the laundry. Through the pedaling action the laundry is centrifuged, which means they dry about 80 percent.

Jose’s invention could serve rural India with a means of cleaning laundry without the use of electricity, which can often be scarce in certain areas. This washing machine becomes especially useful when there is a break in supply and residents are left without power for hours days. The invention is also cost effective — approximately Rs.2000, which is about $33 USD. Thanks to it’s portability, it can be shared among an entire community.