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Tiger takes a swim, insensitive people chase it

  Tiger takes a swim, insensitive people chase it Sumesh Rajan January 26, 2021 A couple of boatsmen taking tourists across an estuary in the Sundarbans in West Bengal state of India, sight something floating in the water. As they close in, they realise it is a tiger swimming across the river, and raise an alarm, shouting bagh, bagh (tiger, tiger) in Bengali. While the locals egg the boatman to take the chase the tiger, the tourists can be heard blurting ‘ Wow…Oh my God… ’ in apprehension.   While some shout directions to the boatman to go close to the tiger and one of the tourists exclaims ‘ Nice… ’, the annoyed tiger at one point turns its head towards the boat and growls.   The video shot by one of the tourists in the boat has gone viral on the social media since it was posted on January 23.   However, many on the social media have criticized the group for their insensitiveness in chasing the tiger for a few minutes of fame, and thereby irritating the wild animal in its

Heart-stopping moment as 5-year-old girl in bike accident has a miraculous escape

Heart-stopping moment as 5-year-old girl in bike accident has a miraculous escape



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Sumesh RajanMumbai: August 22, 2018



A five-year-old travelling on a bike with her parents in India had a lucky escape after the bike meets with an accident wherein her parents are thrown off while she is carried nearly 200 metres before landing on a grassy patch.

The incident took place on the Tumakuru-Bengaluru Highway under the Nelamangala Traffic Police jurisdiction near Bengaluru city in Karnataka, India, on August 19.

A video of the incident captured on the dashboard cam of a car has gone viral on the social media.

The 56 seconds video shows the biker with a woman riding pillion and the girl on the fuel tank, trying to overtake vehicles on the highway. The rashly driving biker dashes against a scooter in the front throwing the scooterist on to the road. He and the pillion riding woman are also thrown off the bike in the impact. But, the bike speeds on with the child sitting atop the fuel tank. The bike narrowly misses a truck and after about 200 metres strike the median covered with grass, throwing the child on the grass pad, saving her life. Meanwhile, other motorists rush in and pick up the unscathed but traumatized girl.

“The incident took place around 3.30 pm near Arishinakunte village on the Tumakuru-Bengaluru Highway. The biker was riding rashly and that too without a helmet and fled from the scene after the accident. The woman was admitted to Nelamangala Government Hospital and left after taking first-aid for minor bruises on her forehead. The scooterist identified as Channaparameshwara Guru of Mallasandra sustained head injuries and is undergoing treatment at the Nelamangala Hospital. A case of rash and negligent riding has been registered against the biker,” said Nelamangala Traffic Police Inspector Ramesh G R. 

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