Age No Bar: Chhattisgarh Couple Tie the Knot in Their 70s

Love, truly, knows no bounds.
Reassuring the same, elderly couple, Ratiya Ram and Jimnabari Bai, tied the knot in Jashpur, Chhattisgarh.
The couple, both in their 70s, had met a couple of weeks ago and fell in love. In a welcome move, their relatives and the Gram Panchayat supported them in their decision.
While the villagers wished them well, the Gram Panchayat undertook the responsibility of ensuring the couple could avail government benefits and lead a happy life.

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#TalkingStalking Rewari Girls Strike Harassment With Hockey – The Quint

What will you do if a stranger keeps stalking and harassing you? A few girls in Haryana’s Rewari district are fighting their battles with hockey sticks.

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AIDMK Reunites: OPS Back in Power, But as Deputy Chief Minister

Rival AIADMK factions, led by Chief Minister K Palaniswami and rebel leader O Panneerselvam, merged on Monday, ending a nearly seven-month feud in a power sharing formula in the ruling party and the government, in which the latter was made the Deputy Chief Minister.

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After Utkal, Chitrakoot is Another Rail Mishap Waiting to Happen | The Quint

The Utkal train derailment, which claimed several lives, is the latest in a string of rail mishaps in the country. However, the Railways authorities don’t seem to have learned any lessons from the tragedy, as is evident from the visuals of the Chitrakoot mela.
The UP district is all decked up to host lakhs of people for its annual mela. The festival, which commenced on 21 August, often sees mela attendees travelling on the roof of the trains to get to the venue.
These visuals have raised safety concerns, but Railways officials claim they have made the arrangements to cater to the large crowds.

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The Monkey Business: Little Macaques Serve Food At This Restaurant – The Quint

This is the extraordinary Japanese restaurant where monkeys serve drinks and wait tables. The Kayabukiya Tavern, in Utsunomiya, Tochigi prefecture, has been employing macaques for 29 years – after a monkey called Yat-chan, belonging to restaurant owner, Kaoru Otsuka, started copying human staff voluntarily. At three-years-old another monkey, called Fuku-chan, started copying Yat-chan and now 14 years later he has become the star attraction at the establishment.

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Here’s Why Two Men Tied the Knot in Indore – The Quint

Though same-sex marriages are illegal in India, two Indian men showed courage and tied the knot in a traditional ceremony in Indore.
However, the marital union was not a defiant step taken to prove their love for each other, but to woo the rain god to shower his blessings on the village.
Dressed in traditional attire, friends Sakaram Ahirwar and Rakesh Adjan, both already married to their respective partners with children, from Indore in Madhya Pradesh, exchanged wedding vows in traditional Hindu customs.
The two friends, who work as labours, even organised a feast for their guests that included their wives and children.

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Here’s Why Two Men Tied the Knot in Indore – The Quint

Though same-sex marriages are illegal in India, two Indian men showed courage and tied the knot in a traditional ceremony in Indore.
However, the marital union was not a defiant step taken to prove their love for each other, but to woo the rain god to shower his blessings on the village.
Dressed in traditional attire, friends Sakaram Ahirwar and Rakesh Adjan, both already married to their respective partners with children, from Indore in Madhya Pradesh, exchanged wedding vows in traditional Hindu customs.
The two friends, who work as labours, even organised a feast for their guests that included their wives and children.

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