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Young boy with Down’s Syndrome lands first modeling contract

LONDON: An 11-year-old boy, from a town in England, with Down’s syndrome has secured his first modelling job as one of the new faces fronting River Island’s children’s range. Joseph Hale, from Grimsby, features alongside other children with mixed abilities in the ‘RI Kids Squad’ campaign, which his parents hope will help pave the way for more acceptance for people with disabilities. Diagnosed with dyspraxia and global development delay, as well as Down’s syndrome, Joseph is the eldest of the squad and shows off his…

Young boy drowns trying to cross river after friends dare him

ABBOTABAD: A young boy lost his life trying to cross a river in Abbotabad after his friends dared him, ARY News reported. The footage is doing rounds on social media in which the friends can be seen promising Ali to give a mobile phone and Rs15,000 cash, if he succeeded to accomplish the challenge. The victim jumped into the Neelum river and within seconds he went out of sight. Search for his body is still underway as he could not be found after passage of two days. This young man apparently seemed a good swimmer…

Young boy martyred in Indian firing, Pak Army responds befittingly

RAWALPINDI: Indian Army once again resorted to unprovoked firing on innocent civilians and martyred one young boy and injured four other people on Friday, ARY News reported. “Indian cease fire violations continue despite facing loses of men and material inflicted by Pak Army's response,” said military’s media wing, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), in a statement. The ISPR said Indian Army today targeted innocent civilians in Gheekot and Mandal villages of Lipa sector near the Line of Control (LoC) where…

‘Taare Zameen Par’ kid is now ready for his next film

Childstar and a protagonist of super duper movie Taare Zameen Par, Darsheel Safary has turned into a dashing young boy from a lanky posture kid, and he is ready to inspire us again with his upcoming flick. You can see Darsheel Safary as a child affected of dyslexia with upper part of his teeth slightly out of his mouth in the National Award Winning movie. In a latest update, Darsheel will now be seen in Quickie, a movie that’s been touted as a teenage love story and is helmed by filmmaker Pradip Atluri. Film critic…