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7<div style="width:600px; text-align:left; padding:15px; font-family:arial; font-size:17px;">A new tactical weapon was recently released that gun-lovers are saying is like a <b>bulletproof vest with <span style="color:#E74C3C">Fangs</span>.</b><br />
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9Yes, it keeps you safe from bad guys&hellip;<br />
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11But if needed it will <b>go on the attack</b> and leave them in a crumpled pile of pain.<br />
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17But it will still <b>deliver the maximum amount of power</b> to keep you and your loved ones safe&hellip;<br />
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21For a while longer you can get this new weapon at more than 50% off.<br />
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25<em>This low price won&rsquo;t last much longer!</em><br />
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27With our streets getting more and more dangerous there&rsquo;s never been a better time to own this.<br />
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29<b>Protect your family and yourself and <a href="http://extremo.us/izbRN7mXJOciu04V6EHQ3hXQAG9iODI9ymSQrZDmQJ8XaydRAA" rel="sponsored" target="blank">grab yours while they&rsquo;re still on sale.</a></b><br />
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48<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:3px;">uary 2004, a gang of heavily armed men scour and finally narrow down on a house in Wasseypur. They surround the house and unleash a wave of bullets and grenades on it with the intention of killing the family inside it. After heavy firing on the house, they retreat from the crime scene in a vehicle, convinced they have killed everyone within. The leader (Pankaj Tripathi) informs minister J.P. Singh (Satya Anand) that the family has been successfully executed but he is double crossed by JP as a firefight erupts between them and a police check post blocking their escape route. The scene cuts abruptly for a prologue by the narrator, Nasir (Piyush Mishra). The whole scene is then revealed in the sequel. Introduction of Wasseypur and Dhanbad Nasir&#39;s narration describes the history and nature of Wasseypur. During the British Raj, Wasseypur and Dhanbad were located in the Bengal region. After India gained independence in 1947, they were carved o
49 ut of Bengal and redistricted into the state of Bihar in 1956. In 2000, Wasseypur and Dhanbad were redistricted for a second time into the newly-formed state of Jharkhand where they remain. The village has been historically dominated by the Qureshi Muslims, a sub-caste of animal butchers who are feared by the non-Qureshi Muslims living there and Dhanbad by extension. During British colonial rule, the British had seized the farm lands of Dhanbad for coal which began the business of coal mining in Dhanbad. The region was the domain of the faceless dacoit Sultana Qureshi who robbed British trains in the night and thus held some patriotic value for the locals. 1940s In 1941, Shahid Khan (Jaideep Ahlawat), a Pathan, takes advantage of the mysteriousness of the faceless dacoit, Sultana, a Qureshi, by impersonating his identity to rob British ferry trains. The Qureshi clans eventually find out and order the banishment of Shahid and his family from Wasseypur. They settle down in Dhanbad whe
50 re Shahid begins work as a labourer in a coal mine. He is unable to be at his wife&#39;s side during childbirth, and she dies. The enraged Shahid kills the coal mine&#39;s muscleman who had denied him leave on that day. In 1947, independent India begins to assert its authority over itself. The British coal mines are sold to Indian industrialists and Ramadhir Singh (Rajat Bhagat) receives a few coal mines in the Dhanbad region. He hires Shahid as the new muscleman of one of the coal mines. Shahid terrorises the local population to seize their lands and extract compliance. On a rainy day, Ramadhir overhears Shahid&#39;s ambitions of taking over the coal mines from him. Ramadhir tricks Shahid into traveling to Varanasi for business but instead has him murdered by an assassin named Yadav (Harish Khanna). Nasir (Rajesh Kumar Sharma), Shahid&#39;s cousin, finds Ramadhir&#39;s umbrella with his initials near the door and concludes that Ramadhir eavesdropped on their conversation. He flees
51 from the house with Shahid&#39;s son Sardar just as Ehsaan Qureshi (Vipin Sharma), another associate of Ramadhir and a member of the Wasseypur Qureshi clan, shows up to kill them. An unsuccessful Ehsaan lies to Ramadhir that Shahid&#39;s family has been murdered, burnt, and buried. Under the care of Nasir, Sardar grows up along with Nasir&#39;s nephew Asgar . Sardar learns the truth about his father&#39;s death, upon which he shaves his head and vows not to grow his hair until he has avenged his father&#39;s murder. 1950s and 1960s In 1952, Jagjivan Ram is appointed as India&#39;s first Labour Minister. He starts the Coal Welfare Association in 1954 and in 1960, the National Trade Union which allowed mine supervisors to pressurise mine owners, the movement of which is led by a much older Ramadhir (Tigmanshu Dhulia). In 1962, the Trade Union becomes the mafia and begins extortion in exchange for union membership. Union workers start lending money and keep the workers&#39; income as i
52 nterest. In 1965, Ramadhir enters politics, wins the election and becomes the local workers&#39; leader. Early and mid-1970s In 1972, the coal mines are nationalised. A mature Sardar (Manoj Bajpai), Nasir (Piyush Mishra) and Asgar (Jameel Khan) start hijacking Ramadhir&#39;s coal trucks mid-transit. Ramadhir suspects S.P. Sinha (Pravin Singh Sisodia), a Coal India official, to be behind the hijack</span></div>