In a bizarre incident, a man from Madhya Pradesh who was declared dead by doctors due to Covid-19 during the second pandemic in 2021 returned home after two years in Dhar district. Reportedly, his last rites were performed by doctors, and he was later cremated by the hospital authorities.
Kamlesh Patidar’s family was taken aback after he knocked the door of his maternal uncle on Friday night. The 41-year-old Kamlesh, son of Gendalal Patidar, hails from Kodadkalan village, which falls under Kanwan police station limits.
The reports state that Kamlesh went to his maternal uncle’s house in Badweli Village, which is within the boundaries of Sardarpur Police Station, and told them that someone kept him hostage and tortured him. On Friday night, he managed to escape the criminals’ clutches and make it to the home of his maternal uncle in the Sardarpur tehsil.
According to the reports, Kamlesh was admitted to a private hospital in Gujarat’s Baroda in June 2021 after he got Covid-19. However, a few days later, the doctors informed Kamlesh’s family that he died during the treatment and because of the Covid-19 protocols, the doctors didn’t hand the body to his family.
The family was also not allowed to see the body and was shown from distance. For the family members, it was not possible to identify the body wrapped in body cover with certainty but they accepted him as Kamlesh on the advice of the doctors.
Kamlesh’s last rites were also performed by the Covid team in Baroda itself and the authorities also issued him a death certificate. His wife was also living the life of a widow for two years.
Narrating the incident, Kamlesh said after recovering from Covid-19, he was abducted by a gang in Ahmedabad. He was held captive in Ahmedabad, and sedatives were injected into him, keeping him unconscious all the time.
He said the gang members stopped at a hotel on Friday while being transported in a four-wheeler from Ahmedabad to another location.
He stepped down from the four-wheeler as soon as he saw the passenger bus leaving Ahmedabad for Indore, He boarded it and arrived at Sardarpur late that night. He also sought help from some people there, who dropped him at his maternal uncle’s place in Vadveli.
Watch: Langur works in Railway office in West Bengal, video goes viral
In the video a langur can be seen sitting on the office chair and typing something on the computer. The animal even flipped the pages of a document kept on the table.
Railway officials at Bolpur Railway station in West Bengal found themselves in a funny situation when they saw a Langur working in the Railway office in West Bengal. This incident was captured on video and shared on social media.
The caption of the facebook post read Hanuman on duty. In the video a langur can be seen sitting on the office chair and typing something on the computer. The animal even flipped the pages of a document kept on the table. In the video a few persons can be seen standing outside the rooms. They are looking at the langur with curiosity through the window.
Many people can be seen commenting on the situation. In a similar video a cat was seen owning its own laptop. The video became viral on social media. In the video a woman can be seen explaining that her cat did not let her work. She said as the woman works hard in the office, the cat also works hard on her laptop.
Another video of a dog chewing a stick has gone viral on social media. In the dog can be seen lying on the ground with a stick in front of him. The dog is continuously chewing the stick without caring about anything in the world. After some time the dog suddenly realizes there is a herd behind him that he is supposed to guard. And the reaction of the dog brings the audience into splits.
Variety of comments started coming on the video. One social media user said the dog did not realize that it was his working day. One social media user said time to get back to work or pay will be blocked. One user said the dog had slow realization that he should be down there guarding the herd.
Watch: Korean Ambassador Chang Jae-bok performs puja for his new car, video goes viral
In the video a priest can be seen holding the puja ceremony. Ambassador Chang Jae-bok and other officials are also standing in attendance during the puja ceremony. The post was shared by the Korean Embassy on X on September 26
South Korean Embassy in India held a special puja ceremony to mark the arrival of a new vehicle for Ambassador Chang Jae-bok. The official took to X (formerly Twitter) to share a video of the pooja ceremony. He wrote he was delighted to have new Hyundai Genesis GV80 as the ambassador’s official vehicle. He also held a puja ceremony for good luck.
In the video a priest can be seen holding the puja ceremony. Ambassador Chang Jae-bok and other officials are also standing in attendance during the puja ceremony. The post was shared by the Korean Embassy on X on September 26. The video has been viewed close to 80,000 times. The post has more than 1700 likes.
Variety of comments started coming on Twitter. Many social media users were happy on seeing the video and wished Ambassador for the new car. One social media user said Good Luck and safe driving Ambassador Chang. One X user wrote that is the way to appreciate someone’s culture and wished the Ambassador best of Luck.
One social media user thanked the ambassador for embracing the culture. He said good luck for the new vehicle. Another X user said nice looking car. One user wrote performing puja is a very heartwarming. He assured the Ambassador that positive forces will bring much more glory to South Korea and India’s relations. One social media user said great to see this and respect for him. Another X user said India’s culture was the pride of India.
Another social media user said this is a great gesture by the Korean ambassador.
One X user said happy driving and safe journeys.
Another user found the video beautiful.
Another social media user said this will be a good beginning for the car of the ambassador.
Watch: Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar reaches Karnal airport on bike, video went viral
On September 1, in an effort to check pollution, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar declared that Tuesdays from now will be designated as car-free days in Karnal.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday took a bike rike to Karnal airport in an attempt to support the car free day initiative in the state. Earlier, the chief minister announced that every Tuesday would be a car-free day in Karnal, where all government officials would travel by bicycle only.
Taking to X, formerly Twitter, CM Manohar Lal Khattar wrote that be it Car Free Day or the resolve to make Drug-free Haryana, it cannot be accomplished without public cooperation. He expressed that he also made a small cooperation to reduce car traffic today by travelling to Karnal Airport by bike on Car Free Day. He added that he hopes the aware people of the state will take this message forward and inspire people to give up their cars just for a day.
On September 1, in an effort to check pollution, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar declared that Tuesdays from now will be designated as car-free days in Karnal. Under the aegis of this initiative, all government officials will be required to travel by bicycle on Tuesdays.
Meanwhile on Monday, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar flagged off a cyclothon in Haryana’s Yamunanagar to promote the initiative of drug-free Haryana. The campaign titled Cyclothon for a Drug-Free Haryana witnessed the first cyclothon on September 1 and Monday, September 25.
Speaking about drug-free Haryana, the Chief Minister noted that their goal will not be achieved by mere march against drug addiction. He added that in order to eradicate it from its roots they will have to create public awareness continuously. He underlined that to eliminate drug addiction, they have to break the drug supply chain for which the government is taking action against the drug smugglers with great responsibility.
The Chief Minister further remarked that during Cyclothon Yatra Closing Ceremony in Karnal, all the people present there took many resolutions to eradicate drug addiction from the society.