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Man marries two women in same mandap, wives say ‘We are very happy’

The marriage ceremony, which took place on January 5, was attended by about 500 people. Seen here is Chandu Maurya getting married. (HT Photo)

The marriage ceremony, which took place on January 5, was attended by about 500 people. Seen here is Chandu Maurya getting married. (HT Photo)

In an absolutely bizarre and unusual incident, a man in Chhattisgarhs Bastar married two women at the same time in the same mandap on January 5 as he fell in love with both of them. 

 

 

The women Sundari Kashyap (21) and Haseena Baghel (20), who got married to Chandu Maurya (24) in presence of 500 guests, have said that they are very happy. Meanwhile, Chandu has said that he decided to marry both women because they both love him and he couldn’t betray them.

 

 

Chandu, who is a farmer and labour by profession, told Hindustan Times that he fell in love with Sundari three years ago in Tokapal area where he went to install electricity poles. After being in a year long relationship, the duo decided to marry each other.

 

 

A year later, Chandu met Haseena at a wedding in his village Tikralohnga, where they fell in love too. Chandu then told Haseena the truth about his relationship with Sundari but Haseena still insisted on being in touch with him.

 

 

Chandu, who lives with his parents and two siblings, told HT: ?Both Haseena and Sundari came to know about each other and agreed to have a relationship with me. We were in touch over the phone but one day Haseena landed at my home to live with me. When Sundari came to know that Haseena is here, she also came to me. And since then, we started living in the same house like a family.

 

 

Feeling uncomfortable with the trios relationship, villagers and the family members began questioning their live-in relationship. That’s when Chandu decided to marry both Sundari and Haseena. While Haseenas family attended the wedding, Sundaris family skipped the wedding ceremony, which was held on January 5.

 

 

Sundari told HT: They (parents) are not happy with me today but things will change. Both Haseena and me are very happy with Chandu and his family and will live with him forever.

 

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Devendraji (Fadnavis) takes pride in me earning more than him: Amruta Fadnavis interview

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Banker, social activist and singer Amruta Fadnavis, in a freewheeling chat on Nation Next Adda, speaks about her latest song, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, her courtship and marriage with husband and former Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis and much more.

 
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Elderly couple mauled by tiger on their way from Narsinghpur to Nagpur

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Representational image (Picture by Sarosh Lodhi)

Representational image (Picture by Sarosh Lodhi)

An elderly couple was mauled by a tiger in Chor Bawali on January 25 while on their way from Narsinghpur (Madhya Pradesh) to Nagpur on January 25. The couple was accompanied by their 25-year-old son in a car. Following the tiger attack, the couple was admitted to Kingsway Hospital in Nagpur.

While on their way to Nagpur, the family of three stopped near Chor Bawali for passing urine. When the 58-year-old woman got out of the car, the tiger, which was probably wounded by a previous vehicular assault, caught hold of the woman’s hand and bit her thumb. When the woman’s husband stepped out of the car to help his wife, the tiger attacked him as well and injured his right leg. A terrfied son started throwing stones at the tiger, who eventually ran away.

The couple was given first aid by the bystanders before being driven to Nagpur by the son to Kingsway hospital. Speaking to Nation Next, treating surgeon Dr Prakash Jain informed that the family was terrified when it arrived at the hospital. Dr Jain said: “The couple is now stable. Tiger mauling is always serious. The couple was lucky to have sustained minor injuries in the incident.”

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‘Dolo 650’ memes take social media by storm as 3rd COVID wave boosts paracetamol sales

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The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has made terms like ‘oximeter,’ ‘saturation level,’ ‘quarantine,’ and ‘N95’ a part of our daily vocabulary. Another thing, which has gained immense popularity over the last two years is the paracetamol tablet ‘Dolo 650,’ which has been prescribed by doctors during 1st, 2rd and now the 3rd wave of the pandemic in India.

The popularity of tablet, which is manufactured by Micro labs, has led several to several memes on the internet. Dilip Surana, Chairman and Managing Director of Micro Labs, expressed his surprise at the unexpected popularity of the drug in an interview with Money Control. He said: It has always been a popular brand among doctors across India. However, we did not expect the kind of popularity that Dolo-650 gained recently because we have never advertised the tablet directly to the public.

Here are some of the hilarious ‘Dolo 650’ memes doing rounds on the internet:

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