New Delhi: The story dates back to January 13, 1983, when the Siddiqui household in Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur was blessed with a baby boy. The family was more than elated to have a boy in the family after the birth of three girls.
She called me, she always called me when she was traveling, to let me know she got on the plane,” Richard Smith said. “She said, ‘Rick, my legs are kind of weak. I don’t know what to do, I don’t know what’s going on.’ I said, ‘Linda, stay home and go to the doctor first thing in the morning.’
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