Self-proclaimed sage and Big Boss Season 10 contestant, Swami Om, on Wednesday, died in a hospital at Delhi, where he was undergoing treatment for COVID-19.
As per reports, the 63-year-old late TV personality caught the virus three months ago and was paralysed later on. He breathed his last on Wednesday morning and his last rites were performed at 3 pm, today.
Om, who called himself a god-man, did not respond well to the treatments. His health worsened after he experienced a paralysis attack post COVID. Since the last 15 days, he was breathing with the help of oxygen support and had little chances of survival due to severe complications, which aroused post paralysis.
Both, COVID-19 and paralysis, weakened his immune and Om died after fighting the battle of life for nearly 40 days. His time in the Big Boss house was filled with controversies. Swami Om gained fame because of his wrongdoings and was one of the most popular characters in the show.
When he crossed his limits of civil behaviour, Salman Khan (host) and the show makers, removed him from the game.
Deaf and dumb students put up scintillating show at Radio Mirchi’s ‘Utsav @ Zero Mile’ in Nagpur
Amid heavy rains, Nagpur citizens drenched themselves in patriotism during ‘Utsav @ Zero Mile’ organised by Radio Mirchi on Sunday, August 14. What made the event all the more special was when several deaf and dumb students of Deaf and Dumb School, Shankar Nagar, gave a splendid performance on national anthem that reverberated patriotic fervour. Apart from them, students from Delhi Public School also left people completely mesmerised with their incredibly soothing performance with various musical instruments.
Ex-Indian Idol contestant from the city Kaivalya Kejkar regaled the audience with songs including ‘Maula Mere Lele Meri Jaan’ from Chak De! India.
Kids in Nagpur walk ramp in khadi outfits during Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav
In a rare yet commendable initiative, kids walked the ramp in outfits made in Khadi by designer Durgesh Dixit during Khadi Pride. The ramp walk took place at Sugandh Sabhagruha in Nagpur on Sunday, August 14 in the presence of Central Member of Khadi & Village Industries Commission, Micro Small & Medium Enterprises Jaiprakash Gupta.
India’s biggest tribal health project launched in Nagpur; over 10,000 to be screen across Vidarbha
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) along with the Tribal Development Department in Nagpur launched BLOSSOM that was recently inaugurated by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.
BLOSSOM is an initiative that has been launched to reach out to the remotest tribal villages in districts of Chandrapur, Gondia and Gadchiroli in Maharashtra and screen the people for non-communicable diseases and plan suitable interventions.
Launched at Hotel Centre Point Hotel on World Tribal Day, the initiative BLOSSOM stands for: Breast cancer, Liver and lifestyle diseases, Osteoporosis, Sickle cell, Sexually transmitted infections, and Malnutrition.
Around 22 teams would screen a population of 10,000 tribal people across remote villages in the coming three months.