How to get diamonds from your mother’s diamond head hike
India’s diamond boom has left some parents worried that their daughters are not getting enough of the gems from their mother’s head.
Some have even turned to the world’s biggest gem auction house to sell the gems, and the result has been a lot of excitement.
The blue diamond in the photo, which belongs to one of the parents, is sold for $1.3 million ($1.9 million today).
The mother, who has not been named, was visiting her relatives in Kerala in December 2014 when she fell and hit her head on the stone.
The child had been working on the diamond when it broke, and her mother told her to stop and was unable to get the diamond out of the hole.
She tried several times to pull the diamond from the hole and it would not budge, but when she tried to pull it out with her bare hands, it wouldn’t budge.
The mother went to the police, who sent a doctor to investigate and found that the child had fractured her skull, the police said.
The girl was sent to the Mughal Nagar Medical College Hospital for treatment, and doctors there discovered that the fracture had healed after the diamond was removed.
The doctor who examined the girl’s skull said that the fractured skull had been caused by a diamond that had been wedged into the girl, and that it had come from her mother’s neck.
The diamond was made in the name of the mother’s father, who was a diamond worker, the doctor said.
Dr. Pankaj Kumar, a consultant orthopedic surgeon and head of the Moulds and Surgical Institute of India, said the diamond had been created by a “diamond-maker” and was “pure” diamond.
“It has not damaged any structures in the body and there was no sign of trauma,” he said.
When the police got the report, they took the girl to the Nagar police station and arrested the woman and two other people, the official said.
The two other accused were remanded in police custody, and are facing charges of fraud and forging.
The woman’s son, who is a doctor in the same hospital, said that when he was asked why his mother had broken her skull when she was working on a diamond, he said she had been wearing the diamond to protect herself.
He said that in his mind, the diamond would have been worth much more if it had been put in the ground and he could have done it without injury.
The incident is a reminder that despite the hype surrounding the diamond boom, some people have little or no idea what diamonds are, Kumar said.