Young brothers in Canada perform CPR, save grandmother’s life
In a heart-warming episode, two young boys. Kian and Grayson aged 10 and 7, based in Sasakatoon, Canada, saved their grandmother from dying of a massive heart attack by acting on time. The young boys were gearing up to watch a movie at home when they noticed their grandma lying still on the couch. After realising she was unresponsive, they immediately dialled 911 and were directed by the operator to perform CPR on her. The grandmother, who is now alive and well, said, “I could hear the boys. They acted very mature when they gave me the compressions.” Grayson, the younger of the two said, “I didn’t want to let our grandma die” while Kian had a message for other kids “If they ever see a family member or friend that’s not breathing, call 911 immediately.”
Belgian man garners praise for incredible Photoshop skills on Instagram
The Instagram feed of Robert Van Impe, or ‘Average Rob’ as he likes to call himself, is filled with images of him hanging out with the biggest personalities in the world. You can spot him shopping for fruits with Barack Obama, chilling at a ball game with Beyonce and Jay Z, taking a nap with Selena Gomez, and even as the face of Serena William’s baby! Through Photoshop, he hilariously - and cleverly - plonks himself on celebrity photos. His followers love him and flood his feed with thousands of likes and comments.
YouTube legend PewDiePie raises Rs 1.7 crore for underprivileged children in India
With T-Series, an India-based YouTube channel fast catching up with PewDiePie - run by Felix Kjellberg - which has the largest number of subscribers in the world, loyal fans of PewDiePie resorted to leaving racist comments against India on his channel. In an attempt to channel positivity, the 29-year-old requested his fans to stop hating India and said they should “instead help India”. He posted a link to donate to CRY - an NGO that helps 9-year-olds to enable 9-year-olds - and ended up raising Rs 1.7 crore for the charity within a day!