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October 23, 2010

'Pregnant' Sadhu refuses to undergo medical examination

A Hindu ascetic who had hit headlines after claiming that he got pregnant after eating a mysterious fruit, has refused to undergo medical examination.

Pawan Baba, a resident of Etawah, who has been walking like a woman carrying child, has said that he doesn't need to give proof of his claims and won't get himself medically examined.

The 'Sadhu' said that he was expecting the baby soon. On television channels, he stubbornly said that he was in the final stages of pregnancy and could deliver soon.

Baba claimed that a saint had given a miraculous jack fruit to a woman in Haridwar. After eating it, she got pregnant. The same saint gave him another fruit and when he ate it, he felt the pain in abdomen. Though it could be a publicity stunt, TV channels held discussions with experts about the possibility of a man naturally conceiving a baby.

TIH Bureau


Six cops killed in landmine blast in Bihar

Six security personnel were killed when suspected ultra-leftists blew up a landmine in Sheohar district in Bihar.

The blast occurred near Jhitkaiya village. Six personnel who were travelling in a police jeep were killed. Naxalites have given a call for boycott of polls in Sheohar where polling is scheduled on October 24.

TIH Bureau

RSS linked to terrorism: Chargesheet against Sangh leader in Ajmer blast

A senior functionary of right-wing Hindu group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)has been termed a conspirator in the terrorist attack on the Sufi shrine at Ajmer.

The Rajasthan Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has filed chargesheet in the court two years after the bomb blast in the Ajmer dargah in 2007. Other leaders of ultra-right Abhinav Bharat and RSS activists have also been named in the case.

TIH Bureau

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