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The Biography of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose (23 January 1897 - Unknown) was an Indian nationalist whose defiant patriotism made him a hero in India, but his attempt during World War -II to rid India of British rule with the help of Nazi German and Imperial Japan left a troubled legacy. At last, it is told that in which airplane, he was travelling, had been crashed and he died at a hospital in Japan, but this story has a lot of mystery. At last, the Indian National Army also known as Azad Hind Fauj (made by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose) won the battle. The Government of India has agreed to name the date of birth of Netaji as ''Parakram Divas". The British Raj has also told that they were not feared of any one else other than Netaji, but I am not telling it to hurt anyone's fellings but just the fact. One day, we will surely know, what happened to our respected and beloved freedom fighter Netaji.
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Jason Donovan reveals he was stoned while filming an episode of Neighbours - NEWS.com.au
Jason Donovan reveals he was stoned while filming an episode of Neighbours
Jason Donovan has revealed he was once stoned while filming an episode of Neighbours.The reformed drug addict secretly smoked marijuana on the set of the soap during a break in filming. Donovan, who played Scott Robinson, snuck round the back of Lassisters, the soap’s fictional hotel, to light up with co-star David Clencie, The Sun reports. But Donovan was caught out when he was suddenly called to appear in a scene. The 52-year-old revealed: “One afternoon, when I had finished all my scenes for the day, David asked me whether I wanted to share a joint with him. “I’d never smoked at work before but this was all too tempting.” RELATED: Jason Donovan puts out neighbour’s fire in Notting Hill “We were sitting on the ground, smoking, laughing and getting progressively more stoned, when I suddenly heard my name called. I was wanted on set! There had been a change to the schedule. “Having stubbed out my doobie, cleaned my teeth in the make-up room, put eye drops into my eyes and dusted myself down, I went back onto set. “I tried to act as normally as possible, but it was an absolute disaster. “My head was a complete fog, my mouth was dry, my eyes were so pinned they looked like p***holes in the snow, I couldn’t remember any of my lines and I kept banging into people.” Writing about the incident is his memoir, My Story Uncut, Donovan said: “After that I made a decision – never ever mix drugs with work again.” The actor has been open about his drug addiction in the past. He turned to cocaine when he tried to rebel against the clean-cut image he obtained while in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It wasn’t until Donovan met his wife Angela Malloch and she gave him an ultimatum when falling pregnant with their first child in 2000, that he ditched the drugs. This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission
‘Screaming was horrendous’: Wife held shark attack victim’s arm together - NEWS.com.au
‘Screaming was horrendous’: Wife held shark attack victim’s arm together
A woman who was enjoying a drink with friends at her waterfront property in the NSW Hunter Region has recalled the moment she heard a horrific scream after a man was mauled by a shark in the waters below.Judy Jones, 71, was sitting out the back of her Yarrawonga Park home in Lake Macquarie when the victim cried for help about 6.30pm on Saturday. She told The Daily Telegraph the screaming was “horrendous”. “We just took off and ran straight down. By the time we got down there he was out of the water and his wife was holding his arm together,” Ms Jones said. “His arm … there wasn’t much of it together still. (And there was) a lot of blood. His wife is a doctor so she was incredibly efficient.” Marine biologist Richard Burbury, 58, was swimming when he was brutally attacked. His 56-year-old wife has been praised for getting her husband to shore. Ms Jones’ said she rushed back inside to grab a first aid kit and tried to put a tourniquet around Mr Burbury’s arm to help stem the bleeding while his wife was holding his arm together. “It was just bone and flesh. He was very calm and conscious,” she told the publication. She said the victim described the shark as “the size of him”. Earlier NSW Police said the man would undergo surgery after being mauled on his left arm. He was conscious when ambulance crews arrived and was rushed to John Hunter Hospital having lost a large amount of blood, where he underwent surgery. Witnesses to the dramatic scenes told The Newcastle Herald on Sunday the shark had torn deeply into the man’s flesh before swimming away, his injuries appearing so bad one person suggested it would be a battle for surgeons to save the lower half of his arm. “When you get a call to attend a shark attack, you never really know the full extent of the injuries until you get on scene,” NSW Ambulance Inspector Grahame Rathbone said. Officers attached to Lake Macquarie Police District are working with NSW Fisheries to identify the species.
Sunshine Coast cinema owner paints grim picture as coronavirus, streaming take their toll - ABC News
Caloundra's independent cinema has survived the Great Depression, World War II, the invention of TV and VHS, but owner Nick Struik is not entirely convinced it can make it through the pandemic.
Caloundra's independent cinema has survived the Great Depression, World War II, the invention of TV and VHS, but owner Nick Struik is not sure it will make it through COVID-19. Key points:
- COVID restrictions mean cinemas are finding it hard to survive
- News that Warner Bros' will release new titles on HBO adds further fear
- Cinema owners believe the change could increase piracy