The Newlywed Couple Looks Resplendent as They Twin in Pink



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Singer Neha Kakkar got married to singer Rohanpreet Singh in a traditional Anand Karaj ceremony in Delhi on October 24. Now, their first picture as the newlywed couple is out and both look stunning as they twin with each other on their big day. In the photos, Neha looks gorgeous in a pink stone studded lehenga teamed up with bridal jewellery, subtle makeup, and a million-dollar smile. On the other hand, Rohanpreet complimented her in pink sherwani, matching pagdi as he holds her after the ceremony.

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Earlier, she shared pictures from her pre-wedding ceremonies such as Mehndi and Haldi. Sharing the photos, she captioned the photos, “#NehuPreet Ki Haldi Ceremony! ♥️ @rohanpreetsingh ♥️.” The couple looked head over heels in love with each other. Recently, Neha made her relationship official with Rohanpreet amid the speculations around her wedding. She shared pictures of them twinning in black outfits and wrote, “You’re Mine @rohanpreetsingh. #NehuPreet.(sic)”

Neha is one of the most popular playback singers in the country. She’s also the most followed Indian singer on Instagram with over 33.5 million followers on the photo-sharing app. Neha’s sister Sonu Kakkar and brother Tony Kakkar are also singers and have collaborated on some hit songs.

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Newlywed police officers celebrated for returning to work the day after their wedding

Soon after they committed to each other, this newlywed couple also showed their commitment to their jobs. 

Cole Hoyer and Kelly Momber are two police officers in Michigan with the Grand Rapids Police Department (GRPD). They were married in May, but less than 18 hours after they said their vows, the couple returned to work. 

This week, the GRPD recognized Hoyer and Momber on social media for their sacrifice. 

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According to the Facebook post by the GRPD, Hoyer and Momber met at the police department and fell in love.

Like many other couples in 2020, they had to change their wedding plans because of the coronavirus pandemic. What was initially supposed to be a large wedding turned into a much smaller ceremony, the Facebook post said. 

“This certainly did not dampen their spirits and the joy of the day,” the GRPD wrote.

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Hoyer and Momber’s wedding was on May 30, the same day that demonstrators began protesting police brutality in Grand Rapids, as part of a national response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. 

According to a report from MLive at the time, the protests in Grand Rapids began peacefully but turned into a standoff with police. 

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Many of Hoyer and Momber’s wedding party — who are also police officers — were called to help respond to the violent demonstrations shortly after their wedding ceremony, according to the GRPD. 

Two newlywed police officers with the Grand Rapids Police Department in Michigan returned to work less than 18 hours after they were married, earlier this year. (iStock)

Two newlywed police officers with the Grand Rapids Police Department in Michigan returned to work less than 18 hours after they were married, earlier this year. (iStock)

“Cole and Kelly were heartbroken, but their loyalty to the community they serve and the desire to be with their law enforcement brothers and sisters brought them into work the very next day, less than 18 hours after they were married,” the GRPD said on Facebook. 

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“This type of sacrifice often goes unnoticed,” the GRPD added. “It can be thankless work, but the call to serve never sleeps and it does not take time off. Cole and Kelly are the epitome of what a GRPD officer is; self-sacrifice and stepping up to serve the community when they are needed the most. Thank you Cole and Kelly, and may you have a long and beautiful marriage!”

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Hoyer and Momber were also celebrated online by military boot company Bates Footwear in its own Facebook post.

“Thank you to you both, Cole and Kelly, for stepping up to serve your community when it needed you most,” the footwear company wrote. “Congratulations on your marriage and stay safe!”

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Pawsome! Newlywed Couple in Odisha’s Bhubaneswar Feeds 500 Stray Dogs to Celebrate Their Wedding



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Bhubaneswar: No elaborate parties or artificialities, a newlywed couple in Odisha’s Bhubaneswar celebrated their marriage by feeding 500 stray dogs! Now, that’s awesome, right? Or should we say pawsome? Eureka Apta and Joanna Wang got married in Bhubaneswar on September 25 and their wedding treat was received by hundreds of stray dogs after the couple arranged special meals for around 500 dogs in Bhubaneswar. Eureka Apta is an independent filmmaker and wife Joana is a dentist by profession. This initiative was conceived in collaboration with an animal care group, Animal Welfare Trust Ekamra. Besides feeding the dogs, the newlywed couple made donations to the trust for an animal shelter that rescues animals in the city. Here are a few pictures:

“On September 25, when our wedding was organised, we just wanted to do something good and contribute to society.” Joanna Wang told ANI. “We planned with Animal Welfare Trust Ekamra (AWTE) and Purvi, its founder, to organise a food drive for 500 animals across Bhubaneswar. We also provided her with medicines, food, and small monetary help for her shelter,” Joanna Wang added. Even during the lockdown, Eureka and Joana regularly served stray animals who were suffering due to lack of food. “We would make sure to do our bit by preparing meals and serving the street dogs on a regular basis since nobody stepped out to feed them during the lockdown. We decided to do something special for the dogs whenever we got married,” Eureka told ANI. He added, “We had a simple wedding in a temple. Afterwards, we prepared a treat for around 500 dogs and helped AWTE with limited monetary help from our side. It was a very satisfactory experience.”

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