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Two skeletons found hugging each other in 3000 year old grave

Two skeletons found hugging each other in 3000 year old grave

An ancient grave was discovered in Ukraine, where two skeletons were found buried while hugging each other. The grave is said to be 3,000 years old. Autopsy experts claim that there is no way the woman's body could've been placed that way had she been dead. Hence, it is being speculated that the woman allowed herself to be buried alive after the death of the man.
Government to infuse around 8000 crores in PSBs: Reports

Government to infuse around 8000 crores in PSBs: Reports

According to a report by The Economic Times, the government is planning to infuse around Rs 8,000 crores in five or six public sector banks including the Punjab National Bank, which has been hit by the Nirav Modi scam. The report claims that the government wants to avoid defaults on interest payments by the PSBs, since that will affect their credit ratings.
IND vs ENG 3rd ODI: England win the toss and opt to field

IND vs ENG 3rd ODI: England win the toss and opt to field

England have won the toss and opted to field ahead of the third and final ODI international match against India. The series is currently tied at 1-1, and the winner of today's match will take the series. India will look towards Kuldeep Yadav to do some magic again after he claimed 6 wickets in the opening match, leaving the English batsmen vexed.
Fake News That Needs To Be Aborted NOW!

Fake News That Needs To Be Aborted NOW!

Recently, a WhatsApp message has been doing the rounds about Sonali Bendre's cancer condition. The news is all about warning women about not wearing a black bra to taking care of other health issues. However, do you realise that these messages are fake and hoax since it is believed that she has uterine cancer? Well, the texts are fake.

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