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TV presenter Aamir Liaquat Hussain, host of the game show 'Aman Ramazan' recently grabbed eyeballs when he rewarded two couples with two baby girls as prize like that of motorcycles, electronic goods and household items given away in the show to audience who give correct answers.
Christopher Cooper-Hohn, a hedge fund boss, has given away pounds 72.
Only 200 - 300 tickets were given away and so chances are high for those lucky enough to get their hands on one.
In the first half he did well to contain Peter Odemwingie, although the home crowd thought he'd given away a penalty when the Nigerian fell in the box.
And O'Gara should expect plenty of opportunities unless Wales can reduce their current Six Nations average of more than 13 penalties or free-kicks given away per game.
And O'Gara (pictured right) should expect plenty of chances unless Wales can reduce their current Six Nations average of more than 13 penalties or free-kicks given away per game.
And the flanker accepts Wales can expect to be punished by Ireland's Ronan O'Gara if they do not reduce their current Six Nations average of more than 13 penalties or free-kicks given away per game.
Bags of sweets will be given away by Examiner vendors in the Viaduct Street store from Monday to Friday, between 10am and 2pm, to people who buy a copy of the paper.
THOUSANDS of lightbulbs will be given away as part of a green festival.
Trees will be given away at the following locations in the San Fernando Valley:
HUNDREDS of trees are being given away to keen gardeners to celebrate National Tree Week.
Several decades previously, she had given away her five infant daughters and had replaced them with five girls adopted from other families and fated to become wives to her five sons.