The world's first 'floating post office' is located here, know its features

The world's first 'floating post office' is located here, know its features

There are many strange things in this world which are famous for themselves. You must have seen many types of postoffices in the world. Which are simple. But today we are going to tell you about a postoffice that always floats. This is the postoffice of the world that floats. It is the post office of the British era, but in 2011, it has been renamed as 'Floating Post Office'. Which is located in the famous Dal Lake of Kashmir.

'Floating post office'

In this post office, some things are also different from other post offices. The seal of this post office has a picture of the sailor with the date and address. Significantly, this post office was engulfed in crisis due to the floods in the year 2014. The soldiers and rescue teams had tied this post office to a place during the floods. When the flood stopped, it was brought back to Dal Lake. 

This floating post office is not only a thing of decoration, but the tourists who stop in the houseboats of Dal Lake and the tourists who visit there use it to send mail to their friends and family. Local citizens also take advantage of the savings schemes of this post office and deposit their hard earned money in it.


Here thief got more money than expected, heart attack came due to happiness

Here thief got more money than expected, heart attack came due to happiness

Nowadays, many strange news are heard daily. Recently a bizarre case involving theft has come to light in Uttar Pradesh. Here a thief got a heart attack when he got more money than expected in the theft. Due to this, most of the money looted was later spent in his treatment. 

The thief happily got a heart attack

The case came to light when 1 of the 2 thieves was arrested on Wednesday in connection with the theft that took place in the Kotwali countryside area last month and during the interrogation, he told the police. Bijnor Superintendent of Police Dharam Veer Singh said that on the night of 16 and 17 February, 2 thieves broke into the public service center of a man named Nawab Haider and committed the robbery there. Hyder lodged a complaint that more than Rs 7 lakh had been stolen from his center.

Police registered a case against unknown accused and started investigation. On Wednesday, the police settled the case by arresting two accused Naushad and Ejaz from Alipur, who came to the Nagina police station area.