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She wasn't the only one though. Fifteen other kids, who are being treated for severe blood disorders at Calcutta National Medical College, also received gifts on Saturday. Unable to rein in their excitement, many of the children gathered at the venue much ahead of the programme that was jointly organized by the foundation and Rotary Club of Kolkata Victoria. Some even tried to sneak-peek into the gifts wrapped and kept in a corner of the hall.
"They asked us to submit a wish list. I submitted a long list that included many kinds of books and toys. I hope they give me the pink-coloured teddy bear," said 13-year-old Sankrail resident Rimpa Ghosh, who jumped with joy on seeing the soft toy wish wrapped in a packing paper. Rimpa, too, is thalassaemic and is dependant on blood transfusion since birth.
Equally happy was Basirhat resident Tamal Chowdhury. "I have got Jawaharlal Nehru's 'The Discovery of India', Rabindranath Tagore and Uma Dasgupta's 'My Life in My World', Feluda Samagra by Satyajit Ray, Derek O'Brien's 'CB books of Knowledge' and Diana Eck's 'India: A Sacred Geography'," said the Class-XII student who was diagnosed with leukaemia six months ago.
The gifts were given out as a part of a project named 'Adopt-A-Wish'. To make the event more entertaining, a magic show and a puppet show was also organized. "We hope we can arrange more of such events for the kids in future. We are happy to extend our support and help for such noble work," said Uttam Ganguli, district governor for Rotary Club of Calcutta.
Director of Make-A-Wish-Foundation, S Chatterjee, also echoed a similar view: "There are more work spaces to be explored and hundreds of lives to be touched. We request people to volunteer and spread happiness into these young lives, most of whom have got life-threatening medical conditions."
Thirteen-year-old Habra (North 24-Paraganas) resident and a class IX student, Ritama Majumdar sets off from her home an hour early so that she can walk and reach her school in time. This leaves her sick on most of the days and she often ends up bunking school, instead. A thalessemia patient since birth, she wanted a bicycle to commute so that she does not feel drained out but her parents could not afford one. All she wanted was a fairy or a genie to make her wish come true.
On Saturday morning, fairy came in the form of 'Make-A-Wish Foundation' and granted the wishes of not just Ritama but 15 more children in Kolkata who are being treated for severe blood disorders in the Calcutta National Medical College. "I wished for a bicycle and they gave me that. Now I don't have to walk, feel sick and skip school. I cannot be happier," said Ritama who was overjoyed to have a bicycle of her own .
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks
List Of Magic Tricks



                                       


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