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  1. Pakistan and India have fought countless skirmishes, but as summers get hotter, their people united by love for cooling libation with secret recipe
  2. Despite a valiant effort by the Pakistan cricket team, Aaron Finch’s Australian side had too much fire power and the historical ‘clutch’ gene in themselves that allowed them to play the final moments of the knockout match with confidence and fearlessness. Having said that, there is not a doubt in the minds of international cricket fans that the Babar Azam-led squad played better than anyone had expected. They not only proved that they too were a great cricket squad but also made a statement that they must be taken seriously. Babar Has Really Improved his English he is quick learner in all aspects of life Champion Cricketer love to see him winning the world cup for Pakistan #BabarAzam #PakistanTeam #T20WorldCup21 pic.twitter.com/JEOq7BzgQe — Babar Ali Bhayo (@BabarAliBhayo) November 7, 2021 However, there are some people in this world who will stop at nothing to criticise and make fun of someone else. People who look for flaws, regardless of how irrelevant they are to what the other person does. For the Pakistani skipper, it was his ability to communicate in the English language that got his haters and trolls giggling on the internet for ages. Itna English kaha se uthaya bhai — Litter (@litterindia) November 12, 2021Wow !! Lovely English? Why can’t you speek fluent English while presentation and news conference I think your PR team write this up. — Gajab Singh (@gajabsinghji) November 12, 2021First of all you need to learn English...cause you were talking in Hindi in the presentation.. from where did you suddenly learn English..?? — Partha mukherjee (পার্থ) (@beingpartha55) November 12, 2021Itni English......presentation mai toh kuch aur hi sunai diya — Delhiwala (@Deepakk77263272) November 12, 2021 Three important points to be mentioned here: First, it is rather surprising to see the courage some people have for criticising others’ English when their own command over the language has gone for a toss. Secondly, expecting people to be fluent in a second language, especially when it has nothing to do with the work they do, is simply and absolutely foolish. And finally, since when did the ability to speak in English become a benchmark of success for a cricketer? Yes, Babar Azam’s English isn’t all that good. But you know what’s good? The man ranks number one in ODIs and T20Is, and is on the seventh spot in the Test rankings as well. Additionally, the margin between him and the players in the second spots in white-ball cricket (both of whom are fluent in English, by the way) is also huge. Sometimes, looking beyond hate and appreciating good cricket should be the way for us fans of the game and thanfully, there are still some people in this world who continue to follow such perception in life. Fans from Pakistan and India came to Azam’s support and demaned the trolls for taking cheap shots. Why should Babar Azam be forced to speak in English at the toss presentation? Why should any player, for that matter? No insight was gained on any of the questions because he wasn't comfortable at all. Something that needs to be looked into at presentations. — Saahil (@saahilspeaking) November 11, 2021Is there a problem with not being to speak in English? Does it make him less of a human being or illiterate? God, this fucked up mindset you lot got. — stfu (@bleib0ruhig) November 9, 2021The Life Lesson which I Learned From @babarazam258 Carrer is that it doesn't matter from which Caste you are it doesn't matter you know fluent English or Not The Thing which matter is your Talent and Capability Congo Bobby For Becoming the No.1 Batsman in the World#INDvsAFG pic.twitter.com/BVkoWxIPpY — Pasha 2.0 (@PashaBhai171) November 3, 2021Stop ridiculing Babar Azam's English speaking abilities. @babarazam258 is a cricketer and not a linguistic expert. He is a lot more successful than all you English speaking fools. Go F yourselves, morons !!#PAKVSAUS — Ahmed Ashfaq (@RopoSH_) November 11, 2021@babarazam258 you beauty! Proud of you man. The guy never let the English Language overpower him. Today You taught me one thing that no one is perfect and always show your real self. #AUSvsPAK #pak #T20WorldCup #Cricket — ishaanarora23 (@ishaanarora23) November 11, 2021 As far as the World Cup tournament is concerned, the partnership between Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade was one to look out for. While the former managed to pace the game and held the batting order steady on one side of the pitch, it was the latter who assumed the role of an enforcer and smashed 41 runs in just 17 deliveries to turn the tables in their favour. Crushing the dreams of the Pakistani squad, who were the ultimate underdogs this season, the Australians, advanced to the final to take on Kane Williamson and his New Zealand squad and play for the World Cup Trophy. View the full article
  3. During the pandemic, a lot of families struggled to make ends meet, many lost the sole bread earners and children were forced to leave school and start working to feed their families. Even the businesses that flourished before shut during the pandemic, including small street food stalls. © iStock We are all aware of the ‘Baba Da Dhaba’ incident where an elderly couple from Delhi who owned a food stall had no customers to cater to post the lockdown. It was a food blogger who coincidentally stumbled upon the Dhaba and shared not only the review of the food, but also urged his followers to help the elderly owners on his vlog. © Twitter/Gaurav Wasan People hailed the power of social media which got the food stall thronging with people. Something similar happened recently in Ahmedabad, Gujarat where a teenage boy was selling dahi kachori for only Rs 10 to support his family. © Twitter/Vishal Parekh Vishal Parekh shared the video of the young kachori seller on his Twitter account and wrote in the caption, “Do help him He is just 14 years old & selling Dahi Kachori only at 10/- Location: opposite Maninagar Railway station Ahmedabad So proud Need this to be share and help him.” Do help him He is just 14 years old & selling Dahi Kachori only at 10/- Location:opposite Maninagar Railway station Ahmedabad So proud Need this to be share and help him!He Is Just 14 Years oldhelping his family and working hard on it #localforvocal @aditiraval @sanghaviharsh pic.twitter.com/JoOmjEUPTA — Vishal Parekh (@vishal_dop) September 22, 2021 Soon, people thronged his little kiosk on the street and before we knew it, the young boy was swamped with customers. It was wholesome to see his food stall crammed with people who had come to buy his dahi kachoris after watching the video. © iStock Someone shared the clip of the busy stall with the caption 'power of social media'. While sharing the video, Parekh also tagged some celebrities from the state to come forward to help the boy financially. One of them was Gujrati media personality and RJ Aditi Raval who asked for the details of the boy in the comments. © Twitter/Kumar Manish We have seen social media bringing overnight fame to artists but in recent times, there have been many instances where people have used the internet to share stories of needy and hard-working people to promote their businesses and urged their followers to help them. And, it’s incredible. View the full article
  4. Milkha Singh, one of India's most popular and decorated track and field athletes to have represented the country, died as he lost his long battle with COVID-19 late Friday night. The demise of the legendary sprinter, also known as the Flying Sikh, left the entire country grieving. From Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Bollywood actor Farhan Akhtar to cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, celebrities from all walks of life took to Twitter and expressed their condolences on the heavenly departure of a man who carried the Indian athletics on his shoulders for decades. © Twitter/Sunil Chhetri Pained with the passing away of the legendary sprinter, PM Modi said that with Milkha Singh, the country has lost “a colossal sportsperson” who inspired millions of Indians whenever he graced the track. “In the passing away of Shri Milkha Singh Ji, we have lost a colossal sportsperson, who captured the nation’s imagination and had a special place in the hearts of countless Indians. His inspiring personality endeared himself to millions. Anguished by his passing away,” PM Modi tweeted. I had spoken to Shri Milkha Singh Ji just a few days ago. Little did I know that it would be our last conversation. Several budding athletes will derive strength from his life journey. My condolences to his family and many admirers all over the world. — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 18, 2021 Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, who holds a similar stature in his field as Milkha Singh has in athletics, also expressed his condolences and added that his departure has “left a deep void in every Indians” heart. Rest in Peace our very own ‘Flying Sikh’ Milkha Singh ji. Your demise has left a deep void in every Indian’s heart today, but you shall keep inspiring several generations to come. pic.twitter.com/ImljefeUEN — Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) June 19, 2021 Bollywood actor Farhan Akhtar, who had a special connection with Milkha Singh ever since he portrayed his character in his biopic Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, penned an emotional note for the legendary athlete. ️🏽 pic.twitter.com/Ti2I457epP — Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) June 19, 2021We may not have seen you compete, but every time we ran fast as kids, we ran 'like Milkha Singh'. And for me, that will always be the legend you leave behind. You didn't just run, you inspired. Rest in peace, sir. #MilkhaSingh pic.twitter.com/SbwrqJJHx9 — Sunil Chhetri (@chetrisunil11) June 19, 2021Incredibly sad to hear about the demise of #MilkhaSingh ji. The one character I forever regret not playing on-screen! May you have a golden run in heaven, Flying Sikh. Om shanti, Sir 🏻 — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) June 19, 2021 Milkha Singh lost his parents and three brothers during the partition riot and, somehow, made it to the refugee camps in Delhi, where living (read surviving) each day was a struggle of its own. But he did what he had to do, working odd jobs considered dangerous for a child of his age or stealing goods to make ends meet -- he did all and survived against all odds. Despite growing up in tough circumstances, he wasn’t afraid of challenges, in fact, that is what made him more resolute and propelled him to push even harder after each failure. Shri Milkha Singh ji was not just a sports star but a source of inspiration for millions of Indians for his dedication and resilience. My condolences to his family and friends. India remembers her #FlyingSikh pic.twitter.com/dE70KmiQJz — Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) June 19, 2021Extremely saddened to hear about the demise of legendary Milkha Singh Ji. May his soul rest in peace. My condolences to friends & family. pic.twitter.com/s8sRuA9AeY — Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) June 19, 2021What #MilkhaSingh ji achieved through his grit, determination, hardwork and exemplary talent will remain a part of Indian sports folklore. A life to be celebrated. My Condolences to his family. Om Shanti 🏼 pic.twitter.com/i1g270kKf3 — Venkatesh Prasad (@venkateshprasad) June 19, 2021 He found solace in athletics after joining the Indian Army but, like everything else in his life, the journey was full of hardships as he failed not once but thrice, but that didn’t shake his confidence and he kept on persisting and reaped the rewards. He finished his career with 77 wins out of 80 races and won four gold medals at the Asian Games and a gold at the 1958 Commonwealth Games, becoming the first Indian to win individual gold at the CWG. That said, one of his greatest performances didn’t involve any medals as he missed the podium finish at the 1960 Rome Olympics, finishing fourth in the 400m final. His timing remained the national record for the next 38 years. He was conferred with the country’s fourth-highest civilian award Padma Shri in 1959 for his achievements in the field of sports. View the full article
  5. On Monday, author Taslima Nasreen wrote a tweet on England cricketer Moeen Ali in what she calls a “sarcastic” tone in which she said that had he not been “stuck with cricket, he would have gone to Syria to join ISIS”. © Twitter - Taslima Nasreen Fans and players from all over the world have united to protect the renowned international cricketer from such hateful comments and call out the Bangladesh-born Nasreen for the unwarranted “sarcasm”. Are you okay ? I don’t think you’re okay https://t.co/rmiFHhDXiO — Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) April 6, 2021 “Are you okay ? I don’t think you’re okay,” wrote England pacer and Ali’s teammate Jofra Archer. Sarcastic ? No one is laughing , not even yourself , the least you can do is delete the tweet https://t.co/Dl7lWdvSd4 — Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) April 6, 2021Can’t believe this. Disgusting tweet. Disgusting individual https://t.co/g8O1MWyR81 — Saqib Mahmood (@SaqMahmood25) April 6, 2021Please everyone report taslimas account! Disgusting! — Sam Billings (@sambillings) April 6, 2021After facing a social media backlash, Nasreen ended up deleting the original post and tried to justify her actions. Haters know very well that my Moeen Ali tweet was sarcastic. But they made that an issue to humiliate me because I try to secularize Muslim society & I oppose Islamic fanaticism. One of the greatest tragedies of humankind is pro-women leftists support anti-women Islamists. — taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) April 6, 2021 “Haters know very well that my Moeen Ali tweet was sarcastic. But they made that an issue to humiliate me because I try to secularize Muslim society & I oppose Islamic fanaticism. One of the greatest tragedies of humankind is pro-women leftists support anti-women Islamists,” she said. Still, the reason that led to Nasreen’s provocative tweet forwards the English player remains unclear. Over the weekend, it was rumoured that Ali had made a request to his Indian Premier League franchise Chennai Super Kings to remove the logo of a surrogate product of an alcohol-selling sponsor from his jersey. However, the CSK management officially announced that no such requests were made by the all-rounder. #MoeenAli Requested #CSK to remove Alcohol Brand logo from his Jersey, CSK agreed to it Class from both Moeen & CSK ️#IPL2021 pic.twitter.com/5QLoLCxLu3 — Thyview (@Thyview) April 4, 2021 “It was misquoted and nobody has raised that point,” CSK CEO Kasi Vishwanathan told The Indian Express. Moeen Ali is yet to respond to the incident. Not The First Time Ali’s Suffered Hate On The Religious FrontDuring a Test match against a touring Indian team back in 2014, Ali was seen wearing wristbands that said “Free Palestine” and “Save Gaza” which had also enraged a lot of people and even led to the cricketer receiving death threats for his protest. Moeen Ali asked to remove the 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' wristbands | http://t.co/13qMOC0VAM #engvind pic.twitter.com/alCkRNnl4Q — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) July 29, 2014 “I was surprised. Let me just say that he did what he believed in. I don’t think he expected it to blow up big as it did,” Moeen’s brother Kadeer had told The Indian Express over the Palestine controversy. “I want people to know I am Muslim and British and proud of both. I want Asian kids to look at me and realise that they, too, can enjoy a career in cricket,” he was quoted as saying by Wisden back in 2019. View the full article
  6. The 30th match of the 2020 season of the Indian Premier League had Delhi Capitals get the upper hand against the struggling Rajasthan Royals and winning the game by 13 runs. Masterful half-tons by opener Shikhar Dhawan and skipper Shreyas Iyer allowed Delhi to get a great push at the beginning of their innings, even though the rest of the batting lineup failed to impress. Nonetheless, the most wholesome highlight of the game took place on the very first ball of the match when England cricket Jofra Archer bowled out Prithvi Shaw and immediately broke into the ‘Bihu’ dance celebration. Is the Bihu dance catching up in the @rajasthanroyals squad? #Dream11IPL pic.twitter.com/40D9l9mhwC — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) October 14, 2020 Archer was seen practising the moves ahead of the match during a team meeting and fans knew what to look out for if the 25-year-old does his magic on the field. As soon as Shaw’s wicket was taken, Archer’s Bihu dance celebration was joined by Riyan Parag, the 18-year-old rookie and a Guwahati, Assam native who had celebrated Rajasthan’s win over David Warner and SunRisers Hyderabad on Sunday in similar fashion. Riyan Parag. It was only a matter of time. #SRHvRR | #HallaBol | #RoyalsFamily | #IPL2020 | @ParagRiyan pic.twitter.com/1k2CTA90dR — Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) October 11, 2020 Clearly a fan of Parag’s dance, Archer wanted to join him and got the opportunity to do so on Wednesday. When the IPL first began, it was considered to be nothing more than a brilliant idea for Indian cricket to be trampolined onto the level of international cricket where the greatest athletes from all over the world would give anything to play, simply because of how lucrative and deals are. With time, the league became the Board of Control for Cricket in India or the BCCI’s biggest cash cow and drove in massive profits for the organization, which incentivised them to promote it furthermore. BIHU-tiful! #HallaBol | #RoyalsFamily pic.twitter.com/QxYaV520CH — Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) October 12, 2020 However, now, 12 years since the league’s inception, while it continues to be all those things, it has also become one of the best ways to bring two cultures together. A 25-year-old Barbadian-born English cricketer loving and enjoying the culture of Assam, that’s rare and that’s simply brilliant to experience as a global sports fan. In such times of distress, where discrimination based on caste, class and religion runs rampant, we could use more of this. View the full article
  7. Owing to the complete or partial lockdown in places across the world, due to the COVID-19 global health crisis, people are resorting to different ways to keep themselves engaged and entertained. From dancing to cooking to learning new things, people are leaving no stone unturned in making the best time of this self quarantine period as there is so much time at our disposal. Recently, a video shared on Twitter caught everyoneâs attention and thatâs probably the best thing youâll watch on the internet today as it exuberates with so much joy and fun, which is the need of the hour. In a video shared by a Twitter user @shergillj99, he can be seen dancing to Diljit Dosanjh's song Veer Vaar. In the video, @shergillj99 is doing bhangra along with his friends right on the street and it definitely looks like they are making the best of their time. And here comes an even more interesting part. As the camera pans over to the other side of the street, you can see British kids and adults also joining in on the impromptu fun. The exuberant Punjabi music leaves everyone performing bhangra on the street. Mum got me dancing for the street pic.twitter.com/WWK6ZOKGYP â Kidha Ju okay? (@shergillj99) April 30, 2020 This is also a great example of how different cultures can come together regardless of which place you belong to. The video has already been viewed almost 35,000 times and people on the micro-blogging platform have only good things to say about this: pic.twitter.com/ffRni9HT9p â @MADEBYPINDA (@madebypinda) April 30, 2020This is lit af bro â A (@Abbasshxh) April 30, 2020This literally made my day thank u â ð» ð©ð¿ð¬ð· (@Ahdjdksl) April 30, 2020Thatâs awesome. Good vibes. Whatâs the song called? â Mike W (@DiehardHab12) May 1, 2020AMAZING wow i love this i wish someone would teach a dance class on my street â rumz (@bayykid) May 1, 2020I love how they were all copying your moves so wholesome â bantersaurus-rex (@khan_lisha1) May 1, 2020it warmed my heart seeing other people of other cultures join ð¥ºð¥º thanks â liz (@lxzettexo) May 1, 2020I need to be living in these ends â â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸*Mo Sohail YNWAâ­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ (@1980Sohail) May 1, 2020 He also posted another video in the same thread of him playing dhol for his neighbours. Had me playing Dhol aswell pic.twitter.com/51BR0yahMU â Kidha Ju okay? (@shergillj99) April 30, 2020 This is the most wholesome video on the internet today and we need such positive vibes to get through this storm together. Keep the spirit high people as we are in this together! View the full article
  8. Bollywood's most prolific underdog-turned-mega-star Irrfan Khan is back in the news, but unfortunately not for the most happy reason. The critically acclaimed actor has reportedly been hospitalized in the ICU ward of Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital in Mumbai after his health suddenly deteriorated due to reported colon infection. Official statement on @irrfank's health: "Yes it is true that Irrfan Khan is admitted to ICU at Kokilaben in Mumbai because of a colon infection. We would keep everyone updated. He is under doctor's observation... â Ananya Bhattacharya (@ananya116) April 28, 2020 Irrfan has been battling brain cancer since he was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumour in March 2018. The actor had been undergoing treatment in London and came back to India in 2019 after a year. © Instagram Irrfan recently lost his 95-year-old mother in Jaipur, and given the lockdown and his fragile health condition couldnât fly back for her last rites. He reportedly attended the funeral via video call. Last seen in Angrezi Medium, 53-year-old Irrfan has been struggling with his health for a while now, given the seriousness of his condition which also prevented him from promoting his film ahead of its release in March, when he was said to have flown back to London to continue his treatment. © Instagram Irrfanâs fans all over the country are praying hard for his speedy recovery and want him to beat the cancer soon. Praying long and hard. I never prayed so much for anyone in my life....wish you fastest recovery...a great actor and greator human being #IrrfanKhan â sameersinha (@samadvocate) April 28, 2020 A glory indeed. Irrfan khan is a glory of Indian film industry wishing u speedy health recovery.#IrrfanKhan â Abdul Samad Khan (@AbdulSa48525315) April 28, 2020 Family is the biggest strength. I can't fathom what Sutapa must be going through at this time. Please God let him live through this atleast for his wife's determination to get him back to life. 𥺠Get well soon Irrfan and may God bless you with much much more time with your lovely family. #IrrfanKhan â Madhusmita M (@mmohanty16) April 28, 2020 A favourite of many. My most favorite actor Irfan Khan , wishing u a speedy recovery #irrfankhan pic.twitter.com/VG6nX2M8MZ â Rajshri Dhananjay (@RajshriDhananj1) April 28, 2020 Get well soon, please. Get well soon @irrfank Prayers Irrfan Khan news: Irrfan admitted to Kokilaben hospital in Mumbai - Movies News https://t.co/aP3Id0mqnM â Animesh G Bhaya (@AnimeshGBhaya) April 28, 2020 View the full article
  9. Gal Gadot was the one to bring all of Hollywood together to sing the uplifting song by the late Beatles member
  10. Eleven-time world champion Usain Bolt has held onto the world record for the 100m sprint for a while now - his record time of 9.58 seconds has been unbeaten for over ten years. View the full article
  11. This is a universal fact - you can count on the Sikh community anywhere and everywhere to help you when needed. We've seen it every single time any tragedy occurs in part of the world. After the horrific terrorist attack in Christchurch where a gunman opened fire in two mosques, taking the lives of 49 people and injuring 40 other, the entire world mourned the loss and prayed for the speedy recovery of the victims. Everyone is condemning the horrific attack and the Sikh community, like always, is out there helping out those in need. Guru Nanak's Free Kitchen, an NGO, asked people to come forward and help the Muslim community and everyone in need. Obviously, no one disappointed. What a great message and it's honestly so great to see every community so willing to help out one another when in need. I say this every time, but it sucks that a tragedy unites everyone, but at least, everyone forgets differences and comes together in dark times. They shared another update about how they got so much responses and volunteers. Guru Nanak's Free Kitchen was started in 2007 when a group of like-minded people came together to give back and help the community in any way needed.
  12. 'Dangal' was one of the most successful films of 2016, not just critically but commercially as well, which is loved and appreciated by people even today. The nation collectively cried and stood next to the on-screen Phogat sisters as they overcame each struggle to climb the ladder of success. While their struggles and achievements were empowering itself, the commendable performances of the actors made it worth the watch. © Aamir Khan Productions However, while on one hand, our hearts swell with pride when we see such inspiring stories on-screen, it sinks instantly when we realize that the reality is worse than anyone can ever imagine, even for the actors who portray such strong characters. On Sunday, while some of us woke up to a cup of tea or coffee, there were some who woke up to the shocking development that took place. Actress Zaira Wasim, who shot to fame for playing the young Geeta Phogat, was travelling in an Air Vistara flight from Delhi to Mumbai, when she was allegedly molested by a middle-aged man. In fact, she was so shocked with this incident that she broke down and was in tears during her live session on Instagram. © Instagram The national award winner, Wasim, said in her post, “This is not done at all. This is not the way, this not how a girl should be made to feel because this is terrible. Is this how they are going to take care of girls? No one will help us if we don't decide to help ourselves. This is the worst thing. Somebody misbehaved with her in the flight ð¤ Strict actions must be taken on this incident ð¡ OMG she is Crying ð¢ We are with you @zairawasim_ .#share . . . . . . . #repost #flightattendant #misbehaving #terrible #actions #kashmir #india #indian #fools #live #zaira #zairawasim #bolllywood #video #viral #follow4follow #like4like #airport #fans A post shared by zaira wasim (@zaira_wasimworld) on Dec 9, 2017 at 2:24pm PST The 17-year-old actress further explained the incident in the video, “So, I was in a flight travelling from Delhi to Mumbai today and right behind me was one middle-aged man who made my two-hour journey miserable. I tried to record it on phone to understand it better because the cabin lights were dimmed, I failed to get it...” She further said, “...The lights were dimmed, so it was even worse. It continued for another five to ten minutes and then I was sure of it. He kept nudging my shoulder and continued to move his foot up and down my back and neck.” In fact, she reportedly said that the airline staff did not help her. Vistara Airlines, one the other hand posted an official statement on Twitter, stating that they have “Zero tolerance for such behaviour” and that a probe is ongoing currently. Official Statement: Update #2 pic.twitter.com/9VQOjzGTOK — Vistara (@airvistara) 10 December 2017 Though the investigation is going on currently, Twitter burst into anger and showered her with their support, proving that it is not just a mere platform for memes, but a medium that will always stand strong in solidarity with what's right. Don't bother reading social media replies to the News about what happened with #ZairaWasim . Publicity stunt, why not calling Police etc etc As usual, pure heartless Garbage. And people wonder why women don't speak up more often. — José Covaco (@HoeZaay) 10 December 2017 SHAME N It's ALARMING ð ð ð¡ In Flight... All this happened... It could happen with anybody, this time #ZairaWasim was there.. Next could be anyone. I am SHOCKED by seeing @ZairaWasimmm 's Insta video ð¡@airvistara you should look into the matter with STRICT action.#RjAlok pic.twitter.com/Idg1USpCFS — RJ ALOK (@OYERJALOK) 10 December 2017 #ZairaWasim you should have raised your objection and slapped that creep than and there shame them publicly this creeps have been brought up in such a mannerisms that they deserve public punishment you have done no wrong stop crying next time fight back hit them hard. — abdul quadeer (@mmaq78) 10 December 2017 #ZairaWasim, so sorry about the Terrible and Unfortunate incident. I'm glad you stood up to it and totally agree that 'Nobody will fight for us unless we dont do it ourselves!'#HumanRightsDay pic.twitter.com/7RmrCskgni — Geetika Swami (@SwamiGeetika) 10 December 2017 #ZairaWasim.... We are with you. Such offenders should be banned from flight. This makes me sick none of educated elite controller passengers made and effort to help her. Shame on the educated. — Basavaraj masur (@Basavarajmasur) 10 December 2017 Why didn't #ZairaWasim just get up and kick/slap this guy on camera???? Such men have to be shamed. Period. — P R D (@PRIYARD) 10 December 2017 Jammu Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and former CM Omar Abdullah too took to Twitter to condemn this incident and urged for a legal action to be taken against the passenger who misbehaved with Wasim. Any harassment/crime against women shld be dealt with swiftly & effectively. As a mother of 2 daughters I am appalled at what happened with @zairawasimz. Hope the relevant authorities take strict action @airvistara @Ashok_Gajapathi @jayantsinha — Mehbooba Mufti (@MehboobaMufti) 10 December 2017 The passenger should be identified to the police by @airvistara & a case filed for legal action. None of this “he fell at my feet so I forgive him” rubbish! https://t.co/1umbBOOGAu — Omar Abdullah (@OmarAbdullah) 10 December 2017 Mumbai Police too responded to Mufti's appeal said that have recorded the statement and registering an FIR for the same. The case was registered under section 354 of the IPC (Indian Penal Code) and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO).
  13. MANCHESTER: Thousands of Manchester residents gathered in the centre of the northern English city on Tuesday in a show of defiance against a suspected suicide bomber who killed 22 people, including children, in an attack at a crowded concert hall. The vigil, held in warm evening sunshine in front of the Town Hall, drew representatives of different religions who, one by one, condemned Monday evening's bombing, which ripped through a crowd leaving a show by US singer Ariana Grande. Members of the city's Muslim, Christian, Jewish and Sikh communities said they wanted to show that Manchester, while shocked, would not be cowed. "It was incredibly emotional ... for us especially as Muslim citizens," said Muhammad Khursheed, an imam of a mosque in the Manchester suburb of Hulme. "We will stand together in spite of oppression, terrorism. A strong, powerful message today." British police on Tuesday identified the suicide bomber as 22-year-old Salman Abedi but gave no further details. US security officials, citing British intelligence officials, said Abedi was born in Manchester to Libyan parents. After speeches by officials, people attending the vigil gathered in small groups to talk among themselves. Some students took turns to hug a woman dressed in a burka. "Together. Unified," Daniel Liptrott, a 45 year-old businessman said when asked how the vigil made him feel. "A single act of terrorism isn't going to break that." After a moment of silence, when many wept, the crowd broke into repeated chants of "Manchester, Manchester." A placard read: "Hate will never tear us apart", alluding to the song "Love will tear us apart" by Joy Division, one of Manchester's best known music groups. Fans of the city's rival soccer teams Manchester United and Manchester City stood together at the protest. A local poet, Tony Walsh, read a poem from the steps of the Town Hall to the crowd which drew loud cheers and applause. "There's hard times again in these streets of our city, but we won't take defeat and we don't want your pity, because this is the place where we stand strong together with a smile on our face, Mancunians forever," Walsh said.
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