Forget about sibling rivalry, this bro treats his sis like a princess
A video of a toddler comforting his little sister is bringing out the waterworks in full force on social media. In the viral video, the youngster and his sibling are seen in a throw-ball ground, where he encourages her to throw the ball into a hoop. However, things don’t go as planned and the ball ends up smacking the little girl on her face. The younger sibling bursts out crying but not before her heroic brother comes to her rescue, taking her into his arms. A few hugs and kisses later, the seemingly inconsolable sister musters courage to give it one more shot. The protective sibling carries his sister and lifts her up high up so that she can successfully throw the ball into the ring. Well, with a brother like this, who needs a coach?
Rector tears up the dance floor with his inimitable dance moves
Father Crispino D’Souza, the rector of Don Bosco, Mumbai seems to have impressed everyone at the Matunga Don Bosco Grounds in Mumbai with his hip and happening dance moves. An all faith Dandiya programme for nine nights organised by the Don Bosco authorities in Matunga, the rector took time off to shake a leg in a spectacular fashion. In the video that’s going viral, the father swayed to the traditional garba tunes that are part of this festival. The rector in his white robe, danced in perfect synchronization with the other dancers on the arena, not missing even a single beat. As he swayed to the music, many in the crowd stood back to watch his enviable and all energetic performance.
Student scores Grade A for speaking her mind sans censorship
US President Donald Trump is once again in the news for all the wrong reasons. A US teacher Evelyn Lizette has posted her student’s answer sheet on social media. In the question paper, the students were asked to tell a joke at one section, for which a student answered in two words, ‘Our President.’ For all the flak it drew, the teacher said that this question was answered by a 7th grade student and she doesn’t believe in suppressing the freedom of speech of her students. However, some Twitter users felt she was making it a political issue. The identity of the student was not revealed.