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Passenger Carrying A Baby Asks About A Delay – And Is Punched By An Airport Worker

EasyJet passengers languished in a waiting area at the airport in Nice, France, for 13 hours. Then things got violent. It had all the makings of a modern-day airport nightmare: a 13-hour delay, more than 100 cranky and exhausted passengers, and babies running out of formula and diapers. And that was before an airport employee punched an infant-carrying customer in the face. A photo of the latest case of air-travel misery shows the exact moment the frustrations of easyJet…

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Sourav Ganguly’s BMW Breaks Down, He Takes Cab To BCCI Meeting

Sourav Ganguly was seen getting down from an ordinary yellow taxi outside the premises of a five-star luxury hotel. Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has a fleet of mean machines and normally prefers travelling in his luxurious BMW. The people of Kolkata were taken aback on Tuesday when they saw their most loved icon Ganguly getting down from a yellow ambassador to attend a BCCI meeting. Ganguly boarded the taxi after his BMW broke down at the Exide crossing. “The BMW broke down…

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Donald Trump Ready For War To ‘Destroy’ North Korea: US Senator

Influential lawmaker Lindsey Graham, a foreign policy hawk, told NBC’s Today Show: “There is a military option: To destroy North Korea’s program and North Korea itself.” WASHINGTON: A Republican senator said Tuesday that US President Donald Trump has told him he would go to war to destroy North Korea rather than allow it to develop a long-range nuclear-armed missile. Influential lawmaker Lindsey Graham, a foreign policy hawk, told NBC’s Today Show: “There is a military option: To destroy North…

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Right to privacy case: Overarching guidelines needed to guard personal information, says Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that there has to be “overarching” guidelines to protect an individual’s private information in public domain to ensure that it was used only for an intended purpose. A nine-judge Constitution bench, dealing with the contentious issue whether right to privacy is a fundamental right , rejected plea of a Gujarat government lawyer that misuse of personal information could be dealt with on a “case-to-case basis” and said an all-embracing guideline was needed keeping in mind the size…

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Inder Kumar’s first wife, Sonal Padiya reveals he used to hit her

The industry woke up to the shocking news of actor Inder Kumar succumbing to a heart attack. The actor, from what his friends had to say, was under tremendous stress due to lack of work and personal issues. He was accused of rape by a model in 2014 and released on bail. He was in financial stress due to these reasons. However, his first wife Sonal Padiya, in her first ever interview to Spotboye has revealed a lot of murky details…

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Watch Video: Baahubali item girl Scarlett Wilson slaps actor Umakant Rai who groped her

Actress Scarlett Wilson who grabbed eyeballs with her song ‘Manohari’ in Baahubali 2, is in the news again. And, this time not for the right reasons. Scarlett Wilson, who is shooting for an upcoming film ‘Hansa- Ek Sanyog’encountered an unpleasant experience on the sets of the film. According to sources, actor Umakant Rai touched her inappropriately and Scarlett, did not take it lightly. She slapped Umakant and several crew members also intervened and a video has gone viral. In…

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Paytm plans messaging service to rival WhatsApp

NEW DELHI: Alibaba-backed Paytm will launch a messaging service to take on Facebook’s WhatsApp by the end of the month, according to company sources. Paytm – which counts Japanese conglomerate Softbank as one of its investors – will integrate a new feature on its platform that will allow users to chat and exchange audio, pictures and videos, two people aware of the development said. They did not want to be named as they are not authorised to comment on the matter. When contacted,…

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Russia’s military drills near Nato border raise fears of aggression

WASHINGTON: Russia is preparing to send as many as 100,000 troops to the eastern edge of Nato territory at the end of the summer, one of the biggest steps yet in the military buildup undertaken by President Vladimir Putin and an exercise in intimidation that recalls the most ominous days of the Cold War. The troops are conducting military maneuvers known as Zapad, Russian for “west,” in Belarus, the Baltic Sea, western Russia and the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad. The drills will feature a reconstituted…

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Omung Kumar defends ‘Bhoomi’ poster against plagiarism charges

Omung Kumar on plagiarism charges against Bhoomi poster that’s being compared to The Grey’s Adulation over Sanjay Dutt’s rugged look in the first poster of his comeback vehicle, Bhoomi, was immediately followed by allegations that director Omung Kumar had aped the poster of American director Joe Carnahan’s film, The Grey (2011). But Kumar was quick to lash out at naysayers citing that the still used in the poster is, in fact, a scene from the climax of his film….

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