Pooja, in whose very name is contained the idea of piety and devotion, offers to become the proverbial female sacrificial figure; as Raj has been promised to Tina, she scarcely wants to be the agency that would lead to an unfulfilled or, much worse, deliberately broken promise. But since Raj is now in love with Pooja, she is persuaded that they must openly declare their love; but just as they are about to do so, returning to India from London, Tina, wholly unaware of Pooja and Raj’s attachment towards each other, falls into Raj’s arms. Her father has just passed away; she now declares herself bereft of family “mere is duniya me ab koi nahi” except Raj..
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Kate’s specs appeal: Duchess looks hot in wrap around safety goggles for Rolls Royce factory tourThey were the perfect accessory for her white Alexander McQueen suitSafety first: Royal couple wear goggle for factory tour Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror Royal FamilySubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailPrince William and Kate Middleton have donned wrap around safety goggles for a visit to a Rolls Royce jet engine factory and took one of them for a spin.William jumped at the offer to test one of the multimillion pound machines during a guided tour of the state of art plant in Singapore, saying: “Yes we will,” in a loud voice when asked by staff.There was no chance of the sophisticated engine being damaged when the royals got their hands on it, as test engineers had set a limit on how hard the engine could be pushed.Kate, wearing a white Alexander McQueen broderie anglaise suit, went first and sat down in front of a bank of screens and tentatively put her hand on the throttle as William watched.The test facility at the huge open plan plant began to rumble as the Trent 1000 engine, built for a Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane, sprang to life and began to whine and after a few moments the Duchess slowly brought it back to a stop.Kate asked the test engineer who had been watching her every move: “Did that sound OK?” and he replied: “That was perfect, nothing wrong with that test.”The Duchess noticed some limit had been set on how far she could test the engine and when the engineer confirmed there was one, she asked, to laughter from other guests in the room: “So I wouldn break (it),” which prompted the Duke to joke: “Try not to break any engines.”The royal couple walked through the vast space of the factory at Rolls Royce Seletar campus, which was opened in February and has begun building Trent 900 engines for the Airbus A380 double decker plane.Hundreds of staff had gathered to cheer the Duke and Duchess who were celebrating the British success story that is Rolls Royce.In a speech William said: “Here is cutting edge aerospace technology developed by one of the United Kingdom great global companies.”I know that Rolls Royce sets as its standard that it should be To Deliver Excellence There can be no doubt that Seletar will deliver exactly that.”Before leaving Kate was given the task of fitting the last of 24 fan blades to a Trent 900 engine. As she pushed a lever the titanium blade slotted home and she turned to William and Mark King, president of civil aerospace at Rolls Royce, and pumped the air with her fist and smiled.Diamond Jubilee Tour Day TwoAs the royal couple left they accepted a posy of flowers from Maeve Low, aged five, who was picked to make the presentation by the Make A Wish Foundation after she was given the all clear from lymphoma.William and Kate bent down to talk to the little girl, dressed in a bright pink dress and toy tiara, who was described as “princess mad” by her mother, Joanne Low, 38, a teacher from Singapore.The royals spent a few minutes talking to the tongue tied youngster who could only smile, but she did present them with some gifts magic wands, a painting showing the Cambridges with Maeve family and a cut out photograph of the royal couple..