Pimpri-Chinchwad Screening of 83 in ISL

ISH News successfully held the screening of 83 movie in ISL in Pimpri-Chinchwad! To know more about the action packed event, watch our latest video.

As kids, we might have played the fun game of hide and seek with our friends and cousins. Many of us might have even received clear instructions from our elders on keeping the game within certain boundaries of our location. Though it surely sounded lame at the time, looking back, we might be in a position to understand their concerns and worries at the time. On January 17 Workers at Malaysia's Port Klang were surprised to hear knocking from inside one of the shipping containers that had just come off a ship from Bangladesh. When they opened it, they were even more surprised to see a young boy step out. He couldn't speak the local language, so the port workers couldn't figure out who he was or how he ended up inside the container. They alerted law enforcement agencies, which immediately suspected it was a case of human trafficking. The boy was taken by ambulance to a local hospital where he remained under medical treatment. 
Then an investigation revealed the boy was a 15-year-old from Chittagong, Bangladesh, about 1,600 miles away. According to various news reports, the boy, whom officials identified only as Fahim, had chosen the shipping container as a hiding place during a game of hide-and-seek with friends, but had fallen asleep. The container was loaded onto the Malaysia-bound vessel and the ship started its journey on January 11 from Chittagong, reaching Port Klang in Malaysia on 17 January photos and videos of Fahim, looking weak and confused after arriving in Malaysia, have appeared online. The Malaysian police's investigation ruled out the human trafficking theory. Malaysia's government started the administrative process of getting Fahim back home last week, and there were reports that he could even make the return journey to Bangladesh aboard the same vessel — not inside a shipping container, of course.