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Woman Poisoned to Death by In-Laws for Not Bearing a Son in Muzaffarnagar

Mother of two was allegedly harassed and poisoned to death by her in-laws because she couldn't give bear a son

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Muzaffarnagar, Mar 18, 2017: Pinki, a mother of two was allegedly poisoned to death by her in-laws in Muzaffarnagar as she couldn’t give bear a son, said the victim’s father.

The father of the child has also alleged that his daughter was being harassed for dowry by her in-laws and that her body was being secretly cremated without informing his family in the Jansath police station area, mentioned PTI.

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The police has stopped the cremation half-way on Friday, after getting information from neighbors. The police has arrested Pinki’s in-laws and registered a case against her husband who’s absconding.

– Prepared by Upama Bhattacharya. Twitter @Upama_myself

 

 

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Football a sleeping sport in India: Ranbir Kapoor

The actor was at the Global Indian International School (GIIS) East Coast Campus grounds for a practice session on April 22 before the Magic Bus Cup Celebrity Football Match

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Have to change notion of masculinity: Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor talked about state of Football in India.

Actor Ranbir Kapoor says that football has been a sleeping sport in India but it is now gaining importance due to government support.

“I have always enjoyed playing soccer (football) as a child. It is a sleeping sport in our country, but now with government’s support and leagues like Indian Super League, it is slowly gaining prominence. It is good if a country has different sports as it gives a platform to more talent,” Ranbir said in a statement.

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Ranbir Kapoor is a huge football fan.

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The actor was at the Global Indian International School (GIIS) East Coast Campus grounds for a practice session on April 22 before the Magic Bus Cup Celebrity Football Match. The match saw the All Stars Football Club, comprising Bollywood stars playing against Singapore’s Celebrities Sports Club for a charity cause. IANS

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