Nearly 60 street children, who had made a railway station their home after fleeing abusive families in India are now gainfully employed in hotels, shops and the market place of the city. Once begging and sometimes stealing, they are no longer despised by the police and passengers thanks to vocational trainings by a local NGO organized in a shelter at the end of platform no. 5 where they are fed and trained from 11 am every day. (Hindustan Times) Thanks to  Shashank A. for sharing this inspiring link!

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