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Nancy Crampton Brophy, author of How to Murder Your Husband, found guilty of her husband’s murder

Nancy Crampton Brophy, the novelist who penned the blog post, How to Murder Your Husband has been found guilty of killing her husband, Daniel Brophy.

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Nancy Crampton Brophy, the novelist who penned the blog post, How to Murder Your Husband has been found guilty of killing her husband, Daniel Brophy.

Reports said that Daniel was found dead on June 2, 2018, inside a kitchen at the Oregon Culinary Institute. There were no signs of force or struggle and no signs of robbery. Reports also said that the deceased still had his wallet, his car keys, and his mobile phone during his passing away.

According to reports, Crampton owned the same gun that was used to kill her husband.

Following the death of Daniel Brophy, Nancy Crampton was arrested on September 5. Reportedly, the documents presented in court showed Crampton’s minivan arriving and departing near the Oregon Culinary Institute when close to the time when the incident took place.

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The 71-year-old was motivated by greed and a $1.4 million insurance policy, reports said. Nancy’s sentencing has been slated for June 13. As per KOIN TV, the jury of seven women and five men found Crampton guilty of second-degree murder. During the trial, Crampton said that she had no reason to kill her husband and their financial problems were taken care of by Brophy’s retirement savings plan.

In 2011, Nancy Crampton Brophy wrote an explanatory blog about the perfect way to kill one’s husband. In her blog, she mentioned that divorce is expensive and that a couple really wants to split the possessions.

She also wrote that if you marry for money, then you are entitled to all of it.

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Viral video: Women fighting over a seat in Delhi Metro reminds Tweeple of bohot jagah hai, nahi jagah hai meme | WATCH

The video is going viral like crazy on social media. So far, it has garnered 113.3 k views, around 500 retweets, and over 4.2k likes.

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Viral video: Women fighting over a seat in Delhi Metro reminds Tweeple of bohot jagah hai, nahi jagah hai meme | WATCH

Travelling via Delhi Metro is not just about reaching your destination but it’s more about finding a seat especially when you have to cover a long distance. Even though there is no space, people will still try to squeeze in the tiniest space they see and eventually leave your rear hanging in mid-air. People who travel by metro frequently, have definitely experienced this at least once

We have seen people fighting over a little space but have you witnessed one over a reserved seat? A hilarious video of a woman blocking a fellow passenger from sitting next to her by keeping a bag is going viral on social media.

In the video, it can be seen that a woman who has boarded the metro asks the one who is sitting to take her bag off the seat, but she refuses, claiming that it is reserved, and asks her to find another seat for herself. On refusing a seat, the woman forcefully sits between that woman and the other fellow passenger.

But what caught Tweeple’s attention was the woman enjoying her burger by putting ketchup on it while unconcerned about the fight. One of the users on Twitter wrote, aag large basti mein didi apni masti mein.

The video has been shared on Twitter by a user named SwatKat, and in the caption she wrote, Max relates to the girl in green enjoying her burger.

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The video is going viral like crazy on social media. So far, it has garnered 113.3 k views, around 500 retweets, and over 4.2k likes.

This video reminded users of bohot jagah hai, nahi jagah hai meme. One of the users wrote, Female version of nhi jagah hai … bahut jagah hai!

Travelling in a Delhi Metro is fun sometimes. A few weeks ago, the video went viral of a couple fighting over the price of a dress, bought from the famous clothing store Zara. The girl was seen slapping the man a few times while the man also gave a blow to her. The video grabbed eyeballs as people seemed to enjoy the drama virtually.

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VIRAL: Nitin Patel hit by cow during Har Ghar Tiranga Yatra in Gujarat

Har Ghar Tiranga Yatra was being led by the former Gujarat deputy CM in the Kadi town of Mehsana district of Gujarat

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Former Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Saturday suffered injuries in his left leg after a racing cow rammed into the Har Ghar Tiranga Yatra.

The visuals of the incident have gone viral on social media on the first day of the Central government’s Har Ghar Tiranga campaign.

In the viral video, Patel could be seen holding a Tiranga as a group of people surrounded him when a racing cow crashes into the gathering, hitting several people in the way. The racing cow crushed Patel who could be seen losing his balance and falling to the ground.

The incident took place near the Karanpur vegetable market. The Yatra was being led by the former deputy CM in the Kadi town of Mehsana district of Gujarat on Saturday.

Apart from Patel, four others have been injured in a sudden incident. Later, he was rushed to the nearby hospital after suffering injuries in his left knee.

He suffered a minor fracture in his left leg during the incident. The doctors fixed a temporary splint to stabilize the leg and advised me to take rest for 20-25 days, the Gujarat BJP leader said.

Congress’ social media in-charge Saral Patel tweeted the video showing a group of people holding tricolour rushing to the aid of the former Minister.

The Gujarat Aam Aadmi Party also tweeted the injured images of former Gujarat Chief Minister in the hospital.

Nitin Patel was Deputy Chief Minister and Health Minister in Gujarat’s previous Vijay Rupani-led government.

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76th Independence Day: Easy speech and essay ideas for students to win competition on Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

Every year, schools organize special performances, competitions, and contests for students. If you are taking part in a speech and essay competition, then you have landed at the right place.

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76th Independence Day

India is set to celebrate the 75 glorious years of freedom from British rule on August 15. Like every year, the celebrations are in full swing but this time it is extra special as the country is celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. Some people also indulge in kite flying as it symbolizes the day when India first breathed in the pure and weightless air of a free and sovereign nation; unbounded from the claws of the British Empire.

Every year, schools organize special performances, competitions, and contests for students. If you are taking part in a speech and essay competition, then you have landed at the right place.

Here are easy speech and essay ideas that will make you grab the top spot at the podium.

Every year on 15 August, Independence Day is celebrated as a national holiday in India when people remember the long phase of our nation’s independence from British rule. On August 15, 1947, India gained independence after a series of movements in which many freedom fighters sacrificed their lives. After independence, on 15 August 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru became the first Indian Prime Minister to raise the National Flag at the Red Fort near Delhi’s Lahore Gate. 

By unfurling the National Flag and singing the National Anthem, students, teachers, parents, and other individuals come together to celebrate Independence Day. The Indian prime minister in the national capital New Delhi, at Red Fort, also hosts our National Flag. After that, the salute is given by firing 21 guns, and a helicopter showers tricolor flowers on the flag. 

The colors in our flag represent different things; saffron signifies courage and sacrifice, white signifies peace and truth, green signifies faith and chivalry. In the center of our flag, there is an Ashok chakra that contains 24 evenly distributed spikes. We recall the great sacrifices of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Raj Guru, Gandhiji, and other daring freedom fighters on this special day for their unforgettable contribution to India’s independence.

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Jai Hind!



We celebrate Independence Day as the national festival of India. The Day marks the anniversary of national independence from the British Empire on 15th august 1947. Furthermore, it is the most auspicious day for the people of India because India becomes independent after lots of hardships and sacrifices of the brave Indian freedom fighters.

From that day onwards 15th August become a very important day in Indian history and in the hearts of every Indian. Also, the entire nation celebrates this day with the full spirit of patriotism. After the independence, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was chosen as the first Prime Minister of India. Moreover, he unfurled our tricolor flag at the Red Fort in the national capital, New Delhi for the first time.

From there onwards, every year we celebrate Independence Day at Red Fort New Delhi. In addition, the army performs many tasks that also include a march past cultural programs by school students.

In addition, we celebrate Independence Day to remember the lives that we sacrificed to gain this freedom. As they are the ones who struggled for our country. Furthermore, on his day we forget our differences and unites as one true nation should.


India celebrates Independence day on 15th August every year. As it is on this day in the year 1947 India got its independence from British rule. The reason that India got its’ Independence on 15th August was Lord Mountbatten considered this date lucky. Because it was the same day in the year 1945 the Japanese forces surrendered before him.

India accomplished freedom following a 200-year-long battle. India gained complete independence from the British on 15th August 1947. That is why the day holds importance at the heart of each Indian citizen either living in India or abroad. This day also helps us remember the struggles of freedom fighters and lives sacrificed by them in attaining independence.

Furthermore, we celebrate Independence day to remember our Freedom Fighters. Because they were the ones who struggled for our country and sacrificed their lives. Our Independence day is of great importance to us. As it is the only day when we can remember our martyrs who died for the country. Also, it is the only day when we forget all our cultural differences and unite as one true Indian.

The struggle that our freedom fighters have gone through shows us that the freedom we appreciate today has been attained by shedding the blood of hundreds of individuals. It stirs patriotism inside each resident of India. It makes the current generation understand the struggles of individuals around them and familiarise with the freedom fighters of India.

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