Dubai: Mangaluru youth skydives from 13000 ft height, salutes ex-cop Annamalai


Daijiworld Media Network - Dubai (MS)

Dubai, Sep 11: For chicken-hearted people, even looking outside when the plane is flying at a great height in the sky is extremely scary. But a youth from Mangaluru has shown daredevil act of jumping from a height of 13,000 feet during skydiving in the city of Dubai.

Safwan Shah, a native of Kodapadavu near Vittal of the Dakshina Kannada district is the youth who has done this daring adventure. Taking part in adventure sports is a hobby for Safwan, who is employed in the gulf country of Bahrain. He did this sky diving in the Palm Jumeirah area of Dubai, which has gone viral now.

This adventure, which is done along with professional diver costs Rs 50,000. After jumping from the plane, the duo glide in the sky through the help of the parachute and then slowly descend down to the ground.

Safwan is a great admirer of Annamalai, former police officer of Karnataka. As soon as Safwan got grounded after his sky dive, he saluted Annamalai. The adventure video of the youth is being lauded by each and every one.

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  • Jebin, Dubai

    Thu, Sep 12 2019

    Many of the tourists and celebrities and even my friends have done Sky diving in Dubai.
    It costs 2000-2500 Dirhams per head.

    DARR KE AAGE JEETH HAI... (Mountain dew Slogan)

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Thu, Sep 12 2019

    We want an Honest Police Officer like Annamalai back in Karnataka ...

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  • Berjer ArockiaRatty, Chennai

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    Whats the big deal ? Lakhs of Indians have already done this stunt in some part of the world.

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  • jack yong tong, nanjing lu ,china

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    but they dud not salute ex cop anamalai... thats the difference

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  • shamshuddin mohammed, dammam saudi arabia

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    Big Deal only RSS people trash some poor guys that is proud to be an indian that's it. and he is Rastra bhakth.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    Ranu Mandal 2019 or safwan shah 2019.
    Be sincerely shah you can't.

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  • Riyaz, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    This is not an big achievement, my cousin already has done this back 2017

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  • Krishna, Udupi

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    big achievement is to understand the things.

    What u understand is just "skydives from 13000 ft height", what i understand is "salutes ex-cop Annamalai".

    both educated, achievement is from location, am from Udupi not from Madras (Capital of Tamilnadu)

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  • Berjer ArockiaRatty, Chennai

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    Krishnanne Madras India ulai undu...eereg Madras panda podige aapunda daada ?? I commented because Annamalai is also from MADRAS and no one bothers about him here

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  • Krishna, Udupi

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    Berjer ArockiaRatty, Chennai

    nana 4 sari odule, panthina artha aanda edde, ijjanda dumbuda kathe odule, Riyaz byarile artha aand.....

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