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A Baby Named Border

By SHAILAJANAND MISHRA
December 14, 2021 06:16 IST
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IMAGE: A Pakistani woman, who delivered her baby at the Attari border, names her baby, Border. Photograph: ANI Photo
 

Every week is full of newsworthy events. And we make sure we bring you the most interesting ones, with a special twist.

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Mysterious lights seen over northern states

Date: December 3
Location: New Delhi

When mysterious lights blink in the sky, the first thought that comes to mind is, of course, UFOs.

Which is why, when said mysterious lights were seen over some north Indian states on December 3, it left everyone puzzled.

And when anything puzzles you, where do you share it? On social media.

Conjectures as to what the lights could be piled on until sources in the defence ministry said it was a satellite that was visible from earth due to the clear weather.

Media reports that were published before the defence ministry's clarification said it was the Elon Musk-led Starlink satellites.

 


When Sara goes ethnic

Date: December 4
Location: Mumbai

If someone knows how to rock the simple, ethnic look, it's Sara Ali Khan.

The actress, who was snapped outside a dubbing studio in Mumbai in a no make-up look, stunned in a pretty, printed salwar kameez.

The friendly actress, who will be seen next in Aanand L Rai's Atrangi Re, made the time to click pictures with her fans.

 


The beauty of a mass marriage

Date: December 5
Location: Surat

A wedding is a magical moment.

From the grandest ones to the simplest ones, it creates an emotional bond.

And, sometimes, an angel enters the picture. Like this businessman from Surat, who organises a mass marriage every year for orphaned women.

This year, 135 couples tied the knot is a special ceremony.

 


Who fixes Kareena's mood swings?

Date: December 5
Location: New Delhi

It's none other than adorable Taimur.

How do we know?

Well, Kareena Kapoor Khan confessed it herself.

She shared a picture of Taimur enjoying the swing set up on their terrace and hilariously captioned it, 'He fixed my mood swings."

On the work front, Kareena's awaiting the release of Laal Singh Chaddha, the film in which she co-stars with Aamir Khan.

 


Why Kashmir is sprucing up its houseboats

Date: December 6
Location: Srinagar

As winter arrives, so do the tourists.

While Kashmir is beautiful through the year, it is especially mesmerising during the winter and attracts visitors from all over the world.

Besides winter games, it is the magic of the snow-clad Himalayas that proves to be irresistible.

And then, there is the joy of living in a houseboat. These houseboats are stationed at Dal Lake, Nigeen Lake and on the Jhelum river.

While COVID severely impacted the tourism season last year, houseboat owners hope to see a turn for the better this year.

 


This Pakistani mother chose to name her baby Border

Date: December 7
Location: Attari-Wagah border

They are stuck in India.

And this Pakistani couple's baby was due.

Finally, he was born on December 2 at the Attari-Wagah border in Punjab, on the Indian side.

That was why the parents chose to name him Border.

The couple and their baby are still in India as they don't have the required documents to cross the border and go home.

 


When Jyotiraditya plays cricket

Date: December 10
Location: Gwalior

Everyone loves a twirl with a bat

Even Union Minister for Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia.

The minister tested his cricketing skills during a visit to an under-construction cricket stadium in Gwalior on December 9.

Of course, like almost everyone, he headed straight for the bat.

 


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