Sisters, Brynn and Delana Hinson were at a Altanta Braves baseball game when they saw a woman texting a man named Mark Allan on her phone under the name, Nancy. The decided to tweet the saga online and even wrote the woman’s husband a letter informing him of his wife’s indiscretion.
A woman who was apparently cheating on her husband was busted at a baseball game in Atlanta by a pair of eagle-eyed sisters sitting right behind her.
Plenty of photographers are there to document a baby's birth - but one recently got to capture the touching moment when her friends met their adopted baby for the first time.
Kristen Prosser, 31, a photographer from Minnesota, went to the hospital with David and Sarah Olsen as they traveled to bring home the newest addition to their family, Tilly Pearl Olsen.
'I have always wanted to photograph the first meeting of an adopted baby,' she said. 'I got to be a part of this incredible moment with one of my best friends!'
Also called the “Southern India Famine”, this famine began in 1876 and affected southern and south-western regions of India, including Madras and Bombay. Lasting for two years, the latter half saw the famine conditions spread to other regions of the country, spreading almost all the way north to Punjab.
Spanning across 670,000 square kilometers, the Great Famine is thought to have killed approximately 5.5 million people. Thought to have resulted from an intense drought which led to acute crop failure in the Deccan Plateau, the Great Famine was the first of the three famines to have afflicted the Indian population during Queen Victoria’s rule, and came in the wake of the Bihar Famine of 1873-74. The commodification of grain and the cultivation of alternative cash crops during the period are also believed to have played a part in causing the famine, along with the export of grain by the colonial government: in fact, then-Viceroy Lord Lytton is believed to have overseen the export of 325 million kilograms of wheat to England while the Indian population was under the ravages of the deadly famine.