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Urvashi Rautela shares bikini pic, urges all to ‘spread smiles’

On the film front, Urvashi, who was last seen in the multistarrer comedy “Pagalpanti”, will be next seen in the comedy drama “Virgin Bhanupriya”.

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Mumbai, March 30 : Actress Urvashi Rautela on Monday took to social media and shared a throwback picture that sees her strike a scorching pose in a blue bikini.

Sharing the stunning image, Urvashi gave her fans a message amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“Spread smiles, not germs,” she wrote.

Reacting to the post, a user commented: ” Beautiful.”

Another one wrote: “what a smile.”

Urvashi’s picture was taken in Maldives a while back.

Despite the fact that she is yet to break into the top league of Bollywood actresses, Urvashi has emerged as a major sensation and influencer on social media with a following that seems to be burgeoning by the day, thanks to her pictures and video posts that range from the goofy to the gorgeous. Her dance videos as well as clips of funny antics are a huge hit, as are her still pictures that define fashion and oomph.

On the film front, Urvashi, who was last seen in the multistarrer comedy “Pagalpanti”, will be next seen in the comedy drama “Virgin Bhanupriya”.

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Bangladeshi Viral Video: Boy being tortured by village headman

Locals claimed that Raju was tortured on Wednesday evening for not showing respect to Abu Taher.

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Viral Banladesh Torture Video

The video clip of a boy being tortured by a village headman in front of his mother with his hands tied up at Kajiyatal village in Muradnagar upazila for not showing due respect to him has gone viral on social media site Facebook, triggering an outcry.

It was seen in the video footage that Raju Chandra, 12, son of Rakhal Chandra of the village, made to lie on the ground after tying his hands and taking off his shirt. Village headman Abu Taher was kicking on his face and chest indiscriminately in front of his mother.

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Screaming of the victim and repeated requests of his mother failed to deter Abu Taher from inflicting the inhuman torture on the boy.

Failing to prevent the torturer, the victim’s mother was seen standing with tears rolling down her cheeks.

Locals claimed that Raju was tortured on Wednesday evening for not showing respect to Abu Taher.

Victim’s brother Sajal Chandra said he filed a case with Muradnagar Police Station after failing to get justice from the local elite.

Describing the incident as inhuman, Chairman of Darora union parishad Mohammad Shahjahan expressed the belief that the administration will see the matter with due importance.

AKM Manzur Alam, officer-in-charge of the police station, said they were trying to arrest the accused.

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Buffalo ‘Bheem’ worth Rs 14 crore in Pushkar Fair

Pushkar Fair, which began on November 4, is a renowned livestock annual fair where cattle are brought for sale and purchase.

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A Murrah buffalo, weighing around 1,300 kg and worth Rs 14 crore has grabbed the spotlight in Pushkar Fair Ajmer.

Jaipur, Nov 5 : The buffalo named ‘Bheem’, showcased among 5,000 animals, is owned by a Jodhpur based Jawaharlal Jangeed. Last year, ‘bheem’ weighed 1,200 kg and the valuation stood at Rs 12 crore at the annual fair.

Arvind Jangeed, son of Jawaharlal Jangeed, said that the buffalo consumes 1 kg ghee, 1/2 kg butter, 25 litre milk, 1 kg cashew nuts and almond that amounts to a monthly expense of Rs 1.5 lakh on its regular diet.

He further said that before coming to this fair, they had got an offer of Rs 14 crore for the purchase of this buffalo. “However, we are not ready to sell Bheem. We have brought it here to give a message of preserving and conserving Murrah breed of buffaloes. It has been participating in the Pushkar fair for the last two years,” he added.

Pushkar Fair, which began on November 4, is a renowned livestock annual fair where cattle are brought for sale and purchase. Over the years, this fair has become a cultural festival too where thousands of international tourists flock to glimpse into the cultural beauty of Rajasthan.

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