A Team Without a Nation | Coming Soon

 

Tibetan refugees living in India have come together to form the Tibetan Women’s football team in Dehradun. The story of a team without a nation, coming soon to 101India.

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Lungwa Village – One Village, Two Nations – OMG! Yeh Mera India – HISTORY TV 18

Imagine working in one country but living in another! In this village, one can actually do that. Find out how! To know more watch this video.
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Cardboard Furniture – Paper Shaper – OMG! Yeh Mera India – HISTORY TV18

 

Meet the founder of Paper Shaper, Mr. Haresh Mehta from Mumbai, He started by making cardboard structures and then finally moved to furniture, and now he is making tables,chairs and even a rocking chairs using cardboard. Paper Shaper is India’s first company that makes cardboard furniture. To know more watch this video.

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Limbo Skating – Tiluck Keisam – OMG! Yeh Mera India – HISTORY TV18

Meet the 7 years old a boy who can pass from under an obstacle only 12 inches high doing a limbo skating. He holds a record in limbo skating to have covered 116 meters under a 12 inches bar in 31.87 seconds only. To know more watch this video.

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A Country of Brave Women | National Bravery Award Winners | Unique Stories From India

 

We met a pair of National Bravery Award Winners to see how their lives changed after being honoured.

Asma Khan and Hala Baraf are recipents of the prestigious Veer Bapu Gaidhani Award, presented at the Republic Day Parade on 26th January every year. During the July 2005 floods in Mumbai, a 13 year old Asma saved 40 children from drowning. In 2013, the then 15 year old Hala saved her sister from a panther attack. Winners of the National Bravery Awards are flown to Delhi, where they are felicitated as a part of the Republic Day parade. But what happens to their lives after the ceremony ends? Host Smriti Dewan spent a day with two of the bravest people in India, learning that their courage is perhaps the only thing keeping their lives and the lives of those around them going.

Outside the metros and beyond the urban jungle live the sons and daughters of India’s heartland. This series tells their stories. 101 Heartland celebrates both unique communities and individual tales of hope, struggle, and reform. From the village of Bouncers just outside Delhi to the fascinating story of Ram Kumar Tyagi, once a wanted man but now a coach for aspiring female wrestlers, 101 Heartland tells stories for the heart, from the heartland.

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Yashmeen Chauhan: India’s Female Bodybuilding Champion | Unique Stories From India

 

This Woman Of Steel is redefining standards of female beauty and strength, one benchpress at a time. She’s won the Ms. India Bodybuilding Championship twice, and even earned India a Bronze medal at the Ms. Asia contest. But that wasn’t enough for Yashmeen Chauhan. After a steroid treatment for a severe case of typhoid at a young age caused her to gain a lot of weight, Yashmeen promised herself that one day, she would have a great body. She’s kept that promise, and is now the first woman to own and run a gym in Gurgaon, even training the men who join. So what more could she want? Just for women everywhere to know how important it is to be mentally and physically fit, and to work on keeping themselves in shape.

101 Subway takes a look at people whose beliefs, values, styles, and attitudes differ from that of the prevailing culture. Subway looks at India’s evolving sub culture scene across trends like Cosplay, BMX, Graffiti Art, Street Art and even the culture of weed.

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Ashok Bhadoriya: Chambal’s Bandit Hunter (ENG) | Dinner With The Cops | Unique Stories From India

 

After meeting the daakus that raided the Chambal Valley, Doctor VC meets their nemesis: an encounter specialist. DISCLAIMER: This video contains shots of graphic violence. Viewer discretion is advised. Choose a subtitle language by clicking on the ‘CC’ button on the video player.

With 116 encounters to his name, Ashok Singh Bhadoriya is, for a large part, responsible for clearing the Chambal Valley of the dreaded dacoits that held sway in the region. He’s been praised as a hero and on occasion, even accused of fake encounters. The accusations have since been disproven, and Ashok Bhadoriya remains a name that strikes terror into the hearts of the daakus that terrorise Chambal.

Doctor VC takes a journey with Bhadoriya, deep into daaku territory, to learn about how the life of an encounter specialist is different from the lives of the daakus themselves. What he learnt left him rather surprised.

The world has its heroes and its villains. The heroes get their medals, their perks and their rewards. But the world wants to know about the other kind too – the kind that dwells in the underground. This hunger for the unknown created Dinner with the Dons – India’s edgiest food show where we meet dons & hardcore criminals from various parts of the world and discuss their lives and philosophies over a meal. From Bhais of Mumbai to Annais of the south. From Goan smugglers to the Gujarati land mafia.

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Ashok Bhadoriya: Chambal’s Bandit Hunter (Hindi) | Dinner With The Cops | Unique Stories From India

 

After meeting the daakus that raided the Chambal Valley, Doctor VC meets their nemesis: an encounter specialist. DISCLAIMER: This video contains shots of graphic violence. Viewer discretion is advised. Choose a subtitle language by clicking on the ‘CC’ button on the video player.

With 116 encounters to his name, Ashok Singh Bhadoriya is, for a large part, responsible for clearing the Chambal Valley of the dreaded dacoits that held sway in the region. He’s been praised as a hero and on occasion, even accused of fake encounters. The accusations have since been disproven, and Ashok Bhadoriya remains a name that strikes terror into the hearts of the daakus that terrorise Chambal.

Doctor VC takes a journey with Bhadoriya, deep into daaku territory, to learn about how the life of an encounter specialist is different from the lives of the daakus themselves. What he learnt left him rather surprised.

The world has its heroes and its villains. The heroes get their medals, their perks and their rewards. But the world wants to know about the other kind too – the kind that dwells in the underground. This hunger for the unknown created Dinner with the Dons – India’s edgiest food show where we meet dons & hardcore criminals from various parts of the world and discuss their lives and philosophies over a meal. From Bhais of Mumbai to Annais of the south. From Goan smugglers to the Gujarati land mafia.

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The Free School Under The Delhi Metro Bridge | Unique Stories From India

 

How one man’s dream to educate underprivileged children is becoming a reality. Rajesh Sharma decided that there was a better way to help the underprivileged children he met under the New Delhi Metro bridges. At first he thought of buying them toffees or clothes. But he realised that this would only have a temporary effect on their lives. That’s how the ‘Free School Under The Bridge’ began. The initiative is not run by an NGO or oganisation, but by the efforts of people like Mr. Rajesh Sharma. Starting with just a handful of children, the Free School Under The Bridge now teaches over 270 young children, with several other volunteers helping to teach the students in batches. Seeing how effective the initiative was, the Delhi Metro gave Mr. Sharma the permission to build blackboards on the walls and conduct his classes on a larger scale. All this teacher asks now is that the people of the city pitch in to teach the children in their respective areas, starting with just 10 kids at a time. Distribute education like blessings, he says.

Outside the metros and beyond the urban jungle live the sons and daughters of India’s heartland. This series tells their stories. 101 Heartland celebrates both unique communities and individual tales of hope, struggle, and reform. From the village of Bouncers just outside Delhi to the fascinating story of Ram Kumar Tyagi, once a wanted man but now a coach for aspiring female wrestlers, 101 Heartland tells stories for the heart, from the heartland.

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