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Some Woman Gives Birth on the Pavement

I am not even really bothered about the details of the story ... it's just something I read in the news ... I mean, these things ... strange things ... odd things ... have a way of happening in India ... for example, a few months back, a woman gave birth in the washroom of a moving train and the baby dropped through the hole in the washroom and fell onto the tracks and the woman jumped off the running train ... OBVIOUSLY ... and the baby was of course alive ...

Am I kidding?

NO, SIR! or, MADAM! for that matter ...

This is merely India — where truth can be stranger than Hollywood fiction ... or, Bollywood fiction for that matter ...

Ah, better to go back to watching Hollywood movies ...

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