Netizens were simply amazed by the sight and we are sure that you will be too.
It will be sold later this year through an international tender to be conducted by Angolan state-owned diamond trading firm Sodium, reports Xinhua news agency. This is the fifth largest diamond from a total of 27 diamonds with more than 100 carats extracted to date in the Lulo mining project.
The ASP said that Kuber Gangwar, 60, had died a natural death and his family performed the last rites at a cremation ground outside the village on Tuesday afternoon and left.
The T-shirt in question carries the caption 'Depression is like drowning' with a picture of the late actor.
As per the private estimates, the diamond may fetch up to Rs 20 lakh at the auction.
"I won the lottery. So, there is no need to sell this house. When we get the prize, all our issues will be sorted out," Mr Bava told reporters. He said he was going through anxiety due to the loss he had suffered in the business. "But the Almighty finally showed me a way," Mr Bava said.
The video features the purest bond of love between a parent and a child.
In the viral video, a frantic mother elephant can be seen desperately asking for help from passersby.
During investigation, police came to know that he had six wives, including the complainant and none of them knew about each other. Now, police suspect he might have more.
The video, which has now gone viral, was shared by an Instagram user (WhatIsNewYork) a couple of days ago. The video has so far garnered more than 67000 likes.
As a sign of protest, a bunch of male and female students sat on each other’s lap and clicked pictures, which they shared in their internal groups.
In the video, the man can be seen posing as a customer and talking to a staff member. All of a sudden, the man’s daughter, who was sitting beside him, throws chilli powder with both her hands onto the face of the staff and tries to run away.
The man, who was identified as 19-year-old Alex Silva Peres, was on a two-wheeler at a turning when he lost his balance and fell right under a bus coming from the opposite direction.
Below, we have compiled a few cute animal antics and species conversation that has made us laugh and cry
The video was filmed during an interaction at Eknath Shinde's bungalow, Nandanvan, in Mumbai.