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Elephants enters a hospital ward inside an army cantonment

How often do you think that you’ll bump into an elephant inside a hospital? Well, patients and doctors in West Bengal’s Jalpaiguri army hospital had this rare encounter. Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda posted a close-up shot of two wild elephants having an adventure inside the Binnaguri army camp hospital. “Elephants in the room…From Jalpaiguri Cantonment,” he said while captioning the post.

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A video of the two elephants taking a stroll freely in the corridors of the hospital has also surfaced online. In the video, one of the elephants is seen coming through a door, squeezing its big body into the corridor.

The elephant is seen standing in the corridor for a little while without moving, while the amazed staff members take pictures.

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The pictures posted by Mr Nanda have amassed 1,610 likes and 138 retweets. 

Twitter users were startled to see the elephants in the hospital. A user wrote, “I think this happens when you occupies their habitat and make structures on that. It’s their land and want it back.” Another wrote, “Did anyone address the elephant in the room?.” Third user wrote, “Here for medical checkup,” Fourth user commented, “It was a surprise inspection visit to check if everything is well in the hospital is what I understand!”

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‘RRR’ Roars Again, Wins Spotlight Award at Hollywood Critics Association

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‘RRR’ (Hindi) became the most popular Indian film on Netflix worldwide in June.

‘RRR‘s standing in the world’s film festivals keeps rising. The movie has now won the Spotlight Award at the Hollywood Critics Association after director SS Rajamouli won the best director prize at the New York Film Critics Circle. 

The official page of the movie took to Instagram and wrote, “We RRR elated… The cast and crew of #RRRMovie bags the prestigious HCA Spotlight Winner Award! We’d like to thank the @hollywoodcriticsassociation jury for recognising #RRRMovie ! #RRR #HCACritics #IndianCinema” 

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On February 24, 2023, in Los Angeles, at the 6th HCA Film Awards, the cast and crew of ‘RRR‘ will receive the trophy along with Angela Bassett and Rian Johnson.

In a press release, HCA Board Member Rasha Goel said, “As a person of Indian descent, it has been surreal to FINALLY see an Indian film become a global phenomenon the way that ‘RRR‘ has. The cultural impact that ‘RRR‘ has had on audiences worldwide makes it the perfect choice for this year’s Spotlight Award.”

“The HCA has worked diligently to elevate and promote underrepresented voices in the industry, and Indian storytellers are amongst some of the most overlooked here in the United States. We, as an organization, couldn’t be happier celebrating this remarkable film and all those who brought this project to life,” she added.

In order to showcase and advance diverse and underrepresented perspectives in entertainment criticism and journalism, the Hollywood Critics Association was founded in 2016.

Also Read: SS Rajamouli Confirms RRR 2: “Working On The Story”

It is to be noted that the Atlanta Film Critics Circle also recognised the movie as the “Best International Picture.” The organisation (AFCC) is made up of 32 film reviewers who work for Atlanta-based publications and are dedicated to promoting local and international film art and culture.

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RRR‘ was SS Rajamouli’s first film following the hugely successful 2017 blockbuster Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. ‘RRR‘ started streaming on Netflix about two months after it was first made available in theatres. The OTT giant claims that in June, ‘RRR‘ (Hindi) “became the most popular Indian film on Netflix worldwide.”

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Adorable Video Of Toddler Giving Lift To A Rooster Goes Viral

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Heitor Borges enjoys a fan following of 2,87,000 on Instagram.

Feeling the mid-week blues? Well, this video of a toddler giving a lift to a rooster will instantly uplift your mood. Posted by an Instagram user, Heitor Borges, the video shows a toddler lifting his pet rooster in his toy truck and happily walking towards his home. The toddler is also accompanied by a duck. 

Toddler, Heitor Borges enjoys a fan following of 2,87,000 on Instagram. The account is handled by his parents, the toddler is often seen playing with his unusual pet, a rooster. 

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Along with the video, the caption reads when translated to English, “While the rain gives a truce, let’s make the most of it, guys.” 

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The video has amassed over 13 million views on Instagram and has more than 8 lakh likes. A user commented, “The most impressive thing is the wisdom of the animal knowing that it is a child and harmless!”

Another user wrote, “Very beautiful!!!! The interesting thing is that the duck accompanies him too lol and the rooster stays where he wants! This boy is very cute.”

The third user joked, “The passenger is more professional than the driver itself.”

“I thought the rooster was going to jump out on the first swing that the bike gave.. but Nah, she enjoyed the ride. But what caught my attention the most was the pegs in boots, what a “hot” thing. It’s the best,” the fourth wrote.

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Guinness World Records Shares Photo Of “Tallest Man Who Ever Lived”, Internet Amused

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Mr Wadlow suffered from a condition that caused hyperplasia of his pituitary gland

A Twitter page, History in Color shared a picture of Robert Wadlow, also known as “The Giant of Illinois,” from 1935. The US man was recognised as the world’s tallest man ever recorded by the Guinness World Records.

According to its website, Mr Wadlow holds the records since 1955. He measured 8 ft 11.1 in (2.72 m) tall when last measured on 27 June 1940. By the age of five, Mr Wadlow was an incredible 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in) and had to wear clothes intended for teenagers. Aged eight, he overtook his 5 ft 11 in tall father.

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“Amazing picture of the tallest man who ever lived,” the Guinness World Records retweeted a post.

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According to the Guinness World Records website, Mr Wadlow suffered from a condition that caused hyperplasia of his pituitary gland. This resulted in an abnormally high level of the human growth hormone. Robert’s incredible height caused a number of medical issues, however, which worsened as he grew older – and taller. Yet as a young boy, he tried his hardest to get involved in the same activities his peers were doing.

As soon as the picture of the ‘Tallest Man Ever Lived’ surfaced on the internet, the netizens were left stunned. A user joked, “Wadlow is not in the category of “I only date guys whose height starts with a 6”.

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Another user commented, “Wow amazing and he looked so kind.”

Mr Wadlow died when he was just 22. He died on 15 July 1940 in a hotel in Manistee, Michigan, as a result of a septic blister on his right ankle caused by a brace, which had been poorly fitted only a week earlier.

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