This is one of the most humanitarian things we've heard in the recent
past. Thirty-year-old Saraswati Singh, from Mumbai, was on her way to the
hospital in a local train when she went into labour. Since there was still a
fair bit of distance left and she started experiencing contractions, the fellow
passengers puled the emergency chain in order to get help for Saraswati. Fortunately
there was a doctor in the nearest ladies compartment and she offered to come to
the expectant mothers' rescue. Dr Karuna Ahire then rushed to the luggage
compartment in the train with Saraswati, where she helped her deliver the baby
safely, without any medical
equipment. She later ensured that the Saraswati and her newborn were transferred
to the hospital for better medical attention.
For the people who were on the train, this was nothing short of a miracle!