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A Loaded Rifle Was Given To This 9-Year-Old As Allahabad Policemen Casually Chatted Ignoring The Danger During Polling

A Loaded Rifle Was Given To This 9-Year-Old As Allahabad Policemen Casually Chatted Ignoring The Danger During Polling

On February 23 in West Allahabad, on-duty security personnel handed his loaded service rifle to a 9-year-old boy. The child was seen playing with the rifle while the personnel was busy talking to his fellow Constable. These pictures show how such negligence can lead to big damages. It only...

When Pakistani Cricketer Stole The Heart Of India’s No.1 Tennis Star Sania Mirza; A Look At Other Cricketers Who Married Indian Beauties

When Pakistani Cricketer Stole The Heart Of India’s No.1 Tennis Star Sania Mirza; A Look At Other Cricketers Who Married Indian Beauties

Australian professional cricketer Shaun Tait recently celebrated his 34th birthday on the 22nd of January. Although the star cricketer retired from ODI’s way back in the year 2011, he has continued to showcase his skills in the T20 format. Apart from his commendable professional life,...

She Is Team India's New Match Winner And Has Been Photographed With Kohli To Dhoni

She Is Team India's New Match Winner And Has Been Photographed With Kohli To Dhoni

Indian women’s cricket team stand-in captain Harmanpreet Kaur worked wonders recently in Colombo when she led her team to victory against South Africa. Pulling off a ‘Dhoni’, Harmanpreet smacked the ball outta the stadium in the final ball to guide team India to the World...

Keshav Bansal Who Owns Gujarat IPL Team Is The Son Of A Man Who Once Sold Cassettes

Keshav Bansal Who Owns Gujarat IPL Team Is The Son Of A Man Who Once Sold Cassettes

Gujarat Lions playing in its second season seems to be the most balanced team of IPL 10. Many are aware that the team was No. 1 in its first season but not many know the owner of the team. Intex Director Keshav Bansal is the youngest businessman to own an IPL team. His father had started his...

I Was Taught To Fear And Hate India; How 2011 Changed This Pakistani Girl’s Outlook

I Was Taught To Fear And Hate India; How 2011 Changed This Pakistani Girl’s Outlook

Aliya Harir, as an impressionable teenager, feared and hated India while growing up in her northern mountain town in Pakistan. All the patriotic propaganda that was fed to her brain through schoolbooks and one TV channel that served her town created a monstrous image of her neighbouring...

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