An Indian railway employee who risked his life to save a six-year-old boy whose mother can't see, is now helping the boy to have a better life. After Mayur Shelke, 30, jumped on the railway tracks to save the boy from an oncoming train, the story went viral on the internet, and Mayur was awarded ₹50,000 ($660) by the Ministry of Railways. Now he plans to give half the money to the boy's family to help with his schooling, having learned that the family is not well off. Shelke, who is a new father himself, says everyone's children are precious.

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