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Amitabh Bachchan not dead, internet abuzz with false death reports

Friday, June 29, 2012


The latest victim of an online death hoax is the Bollywood mega star Amitabh Bachchan. False news about the death of Amitabh Bachchan has been doing the rounds on the internet since June 26, 2012.

A blog post said, “Amitabh Bachan died in a single vehicle crash on Route 80 between Morristown and Roswell. He was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics responding to the vehicle accident”. To make it even worse, the blog post went on to give details of the funeral also.
It was added that the memorial service for Amitabh Bachchan has not yet been announced but the service is expected to be a closed casket funeral due to the severe head trauma. The blog even assured that more information will be provided as they become available.

Amitabh Bachchan has not been the only victim of such death hoax. Just a few days back certain reports claimed that veteran actor Rajesh Khanna died after prolonged illness. But the reports were later on cleared by son-in-law Akshay Kumar. Even news of actor Dilip Kumar’s health getting worse was spread in the internet which was clarified by wife Saira Banu by issuing a public statement. Super star Rajinikanth was also victimised by the death hoax reports after which the mega star had to issue a public statement.

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False news of death of Amitabh Bachchan


There are many dangers of fame. Celebrities from around the world, especially film personalities of sensations related to the "untimely" death spread news and many people are actively involved in the fun. Amitabh Bachchan has come to the conclusion this time, whose death was related to incorrect information found several websites on Tuesday. "Global Associated News name is a fake website (which is actually only one page) in the 'car accident Amitabh Bachchan," said the report was written in his car, Morris Town (New Jersey, USA) and Rojvel June 26 was an accident.

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According to reports, Amitabh Bachchan and a friend were driving lost control of the car accident was due to sit. Reports that the interests of those who have been feeling is hard to say. But the death of many Hollywood movie stars of the untimely reporting of victims has arrived. Often fake Web sites such as Twitter, including the "death" are. Such false reports raised questions about the credibility of the media are.

Youth in the most popular Canadian-born composer, singer, actor Justin Vibrio car accident last year, so spread the word on Twitter that he had to privacy "Wait, I'm still alive!" The day that Michael Jackson died in 2009, the same day, a famous American singer Britney Spears Twitter account was hacked for them "tragic" death foretold. the news spread like wildfire and then had to websites around the world that it was false news.

U.S. Actress Lindsay Lohan is one of the suspected drug overdose death of the false news of his page Vikeepeedia arrived in July 2009 and then on Twitter. Paris Hilton news of the death in June 2007 on the basis of a false press release was published on CNN. Within three days the news is seen by 30 million people.

Kareena will not convert to islam after marriage with Saif Ali


Bollywood actor Saif Ali to marry Kareena Kapoor going to change his religion and its emphasis on Saif Ali Kareena are not going to. Know that Kareena is going to marry Saif October 16.

Other sources say that Kareena Kapoor Pataudi family traditions play but it will not accept Islam as the mother Sharmila.

The Hindu family Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi, Sharmila to marry a Muslim to accept Islam was the religion. Sharmila Ayesha Begum, had its name after the change of religion.

Saif Ali's first wife Amrita Singh was a Sikh family, but had accepted Islam before he married. Kareena to play at the Pataudi family's other traditions do not mind. Sharmila Tagore's wedding wear sharara Kareena wedding day.

‘Financial diplomacy’, new channel for global deals

‘Traditional political diplomacy is the stuff of legend and lore’:
US: An intense brand of “financial diplomacy” has taken root in global politics as economic crises worsen, with the United States a key player, the US Treasury's hard-nosed global envoy said Monday.

Lael Brainard, US Treasury under secretary for international affairs, said a parallel world to the traditional political diplomacy has developed with equally intense negotiations and tough market-driven deadlines.

“Diplomacy is the stuff of legend and lore,” she told the Women's Foreign Policy group in Washington.

“Not so much finance ministries. But three and a half years into my tenure, I have come to think that the term financial diplomacy, while obscure, is apt.” “Financial diplomacy is predominantly about shaping the domestic economic policies of other countries when they matter to us and to the world.” Brainard, the Treasury's key international negotiator, has had a front seat in talks on global crises in Europe and elsewhere over the past three years, helping to advise deals that have broad impact around the world.

At 49, the mother of three has spent much of the past year on trips to Europe, where she presses the US experience in its 2008 crisis as an example of what Europe can do.

She said Monday that Europe's leaders are now close to taking major decisions that can hold the eurozone together and cool the crisis.

“While classic diplomacy moves through the synapses of foreign ministries, financial diplomacy navigates through finance ministries and central banks.” “We work on financial and economic diplomacy because some economic decisions made in one country have an outsized impact on jobs and growth here in the United States and around the world. As transmission channels proliferate, policies designed for domestic circumstances can matter as much or more to other countries as any international treaty.” Financial diplomacy isn't exactly new, said Brainard: negotiations between economic and market specialists were behind the formation of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in 1944, albeit at a leisurely pace over months.

Now the pace is dictated by the how fast news hits markets -- “under the glare of a global 24/7 business news cycle,” as Brainard put it. In May 2010, officials from the eurozone and the G-7 leading countries had only 50 hours -- between the close of New York markets on Friday and the market opening in New Zealand on Monday -- to create Europe's crucial rescue fund, the European Financial Stability Facility, she said.

She said Washington “plays an outsized role in this system,” because the dollar is the world's key reserve currency and the United States has the deepest financial markets. “When we engage in financial diplomacy, our power is not primarily from our purse but from our ideas, our intensity, and our initiative.

“We succeed when we bring smart ideas to the table; when we take initiative; when we insist on policy solutions that will make a difference in people's lives.” AFP


Sushmita Sen suffers wardrobe malfunction at I AM She conference


We have all had our wardrobe slip-ups now and then but fortunately not caught on camera but imagine if you are a celeb and have cameras clicking away your embracing moments.









Sushmita Sen suffered from her own wardrobe malfunction at I AM She press conference when she gave the photographers quite an eyeful of underwear under the table. Quite oblivious to what was going on she happily chirped away during the press meet.

French minister wants prostitution to 'disappear'


French women new Child Rights Minister Najat Belkacem Vallaud-stated mission is to initiate the eradication of prostitution in France by pushing a tough law against their clients. Some sex workers and the police see things differently

French prostitutes' organizations on Sunday heaped scorn on the new minister of women's rights after she said she wanted to eradicate the sex trade in France.

In an interview with the weekly Le Journal de Dimanche, 34-year-old minister Vallaud-Najat Belkacem (pictured) said: "My goal, like that of the [newly elected] Socialist Party, is seen to prostitution disappears. "

In December 2011, an initiative of all parties in the French parliament's lower house came with a bill that would criminalize paying for sex.

Getting the proposal on the statute books would be an immediate priority - but Vallaud-Belkacem, who says he has the support of the interior minister, Manuel Valls, prosecuting the customer is only the first step.

"The abolitionist position is confirmed by the fact that there are inadequate resources at our disposal ... to protect the vast majority of prostitutes who are victims of violence by organized criminal networks and their pimps," he said.

"The question is not whether we want to abolish prostitution - the answer is yes -. But rather how can we have the means to do"

According to Guy Goffroy, one of the authors of the bill and member of the ruling conservative UMP former, 90 percent of prostitutes working in France are victims of international traffickers.

'Cero legitimacy "

But sex workers contacted by France 24 said the bill, if passed, would penalize what they insist is a perfectly legitimate livelihoods and jeopardize the already precarious living prostitutes.

"What right has Vallaud Belkacem, or any other person has to tell me what I can or I can not do with my body," said Chloe Navarro, prostitutes' union representative strass "in its place in the" Solidays "awareness AIDS music festival on Sunday in Paris.

"Are you going to review all the rooms in France to ensure that there has been a financial transaction for sex?"

"We are a union representing the rights of sex workers, but she did not even talk to us or hear our point of view," he said. "She has zero legitimacy."

His view was shared by France Arnould, head of the Amis du Bus des Femmes, an association created by former sex workers, which provides medical and social support for prostitutes working.

Arnould argued that the campaign Vallaud-Belkacem was "misplaced" and that prostitutes who work "by choice" could not be considered victims in the same way as women trafficked to France from eastern Europe and Africa by gangs violent and of exploitation.

Driving "further underground 'prostitution

"If we can win the fight against pimps and traffickers and criminal networks, the possible problem that might have to prostitution?" Asked. "These women-and men - mostly do not have pimps [pimping is illegal in France]. Are a part of civilian life. They pay their taxes. Are citizens."

"Toughen laws against sex trade only drive prostitution further underground. Will be bad for prostitutes and will be bad for society at large."

In an article accompanying the interview Dimanche Journal, an unidentified police said high penalizing customers would be difficult to apply, and the desire to completely abolish prostitution was "a pious illusion."

"The only difference would penalize the customer who is that what is actually happening on the streets only take place in clubs, hotels and massage parlors," said

Asked about the possibility of complete eradication of prostitution, said: "Do we really need to punish these poor women more?"

"We could not ask policemen to enforce the ban, and I can not see a judge condemn a woman for selling your body. Trying to abolish prostitution would be a disaster".

‘Financial diplomacy’, new channel for global deals


US: An intense brand of “financial diplomacy” has taken root in global politics as economic crises worsen, with the United States a key player, the US Treasury's hard-nosed global envoy said Monday.

Lael Brainard, US Treasury under secretary for international affairs, said a parallel world to the traditional political diplomacy has developed with equally intense negotiations and tough market-driven deadlines.

“Diplomacy is the stuff of legend and lore,” she told the Women's Foreign Policy group in Washington.

“Not so much finance ministries. But three and a half years into my tenure, I have come to think that the term financial diplomacy, while obscure, is apt.” “Financial diplomacy is predominantly about shaping the domestic economic policies of other countries when they matter to us and to the world.” Brainard, the Treasury's key international negotiator, has had a front seat in talks on global crises in Europe and elsewhere over the past three years, helping to advise deals that have broad impact around the world.

At 49, the mother of three has spent much of the past year on trips to Europe, where she presses the US experience in its 2008 crisis as an example of what Europe can do.

She said Monday that Europe's leaders are now close to taking major decisions that can hold the eurozone together and cool the crisis.

“While classic diplomacy moves through the synapses of foreign ministries, financial diplomacy navigates through finance ministries and central banks.” “We work on financial and economic diplomacy because some economic decisions made in one country have an outsized impact on jobs and growth here in the United States and around the world. As transmission channels proliferate, policies designed for domestic circumstances can matter as much or more to other countries as any international treaty.” Financial diplomacy isn't exactly new, said Brainard: negotiations between economic and market specialists were behind the formation of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in 1944, albeit at a leisurely pace over months.

Now the pace is dictated by the how fast news hits markets -- “under the glare of a global 24/7 business news cycle,” as Brainard put it. In May 2010, officials from the eurozone and the G-7 leading countries had only 50 hours -- between the close of New York markets on Friday and the market opening in New Zealand on Monday -- to create Europe's crucial rescue fund, the European Financial Stability Facility, she said.

She said Washington “plays an outsized role in this system,” because the dollar is the world's key reserve currency and the United States has the deepest financial markets. “When we engage in financial diplomacy, our power is not primarily from our purse but from our ideas, our intensity, and our initiative.

“We succeed when we bring smart ideas to the table; when we take initiative; when we insist on policy solutions that will make a difference in people's lives.” AFP


U.S. Attorney General Held in Contempt by House of Representatives


With more than 100 Democrats boycotting, the U.S. House of Representatives held Attorney General Eric Holder in criminal contempt of Congress for failing to provide documents related to a failed gun-tracking operation. It was the first time a sitting Cabinet member has been held in contempt.

The vote Thursday was 255-67. Boycotting Democrats said the contempt resolution was a political stunt.

Republicans accuse Holder, the top U.S. lawyer, of stonewalling the investigation of "Operation Fast and Furious," in which guns purchased in the United States were taken to Mexico. Democrats charge the vote was politically motivated ahead of the November election in which their leader President Barack Obama is seeking a second term.

The vote on a criminal contempt resolution sent the matter to the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, who is under Holder. In previous contempt cases, federal prosecutors in the U.S. capital have refused to act on congressional contempt citations against members of their own administration.

Black lawmakers led a walkout as members filed up the aisle and out of the chamber to protest the action against Holder, who is the nation's first black attorney general. Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi joined the boycott, saying Republicans had gone "over the edge" in their partisanship.

Seventeen Democrats voted with Republicans in favor of the contempt vote, while two Republicans — joined other Democrats in voting No.

A separate vote on civil contempt passed 258-95. It will allow the House to go to court in an effort to forceHolder to turn over the documents. In past cases, courts have been reluctant to settle disputes between the legislative and executive branches.

The National Rifle Association, a gun advocacy group, pressed hard for the contempt resolution, leaning on members of both parties who want to stay in the NRA's good graces. Holder said afterward the vote was merely a politically motivated act in an election year.

Republicans cited Holder's refusal to hand over — without any preconditions — documents that could explain why the Obama administration initially denied that a risky "gun-walking" investigative tactic was used in Operation Fast and Furious, which allowed hundreds of guns to be smuggled to Mexico.

During the debate before the vote, Republicans said they were seeking answers for the family of Brian Terry, a Border Patrol agent killed in December 2010 in a shootout with Mexican bandits. Two guns from Fast and Furious were found at the scene.

Democrats insisted that they, too, wanted the Terry family to have all the facts, but argued that only a more thorough, bipartisan investigation would accomplish that.

"Today's vote may make for good political theater in the minds of some, but it is — at base — both a crass effort and a grave disservice to the American people. They expect — and they deserve — far better," Holdersaid in New Orleans.

The NRA urged House members to vote for contempt, contending the administration wanted to use Operation Fast and Furious to win gun control measures. Democrats who normally support the NRA, but who vote against the contempt citations would lose any 100 percent ratings from the group.

That could affect whether they get endorsements from the powerful organization, particularly if Republican opponents surface who are strong NRA backers. But a former NRA board member and the longest-serving House member, Rep. John Dingell argued gun control was not at issue. He failed in attempt to head off the contempt votes.

The dispute is both legal and political. Republicans asserted their right to obtain documents needed for an investigation of Operation Fast and Furious — focusing on 10 months in 2011 after the Obama administration initially denied guns were allowed to "walk" from Arizona to Mexico. By year's end, the administration acknowledged the assertion was wrong.

Obama asserted a broad form of executive privilege, a legal position designed to keep executive branch documents from being disclosed. The assertion ensures that documents will not be turned over any time soon, unless a deal is reached between the administration and congressional Republicans.

For the past year and a half, some Republicans have promoted the idea that Holder and other top-level officials at the Justice Department knew federal agents in Operation Fast and Furious had engaged in gun-walking.

Gun-walking long has been barred by Justice Department policy, but federal agents in Arizona experimented with it in at least two investigations during the George W. Bush administration before Operation Fast and Furious.

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Indian Cabinet minister quits


An Indian Cabinet minister resigned Tuesday after a state court charged him with corruption, in a further embarrassment for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s scandal-tainted government.

“I have given my (resignation) papers to the Prime Minister,” Virbhadra Singh, the minister for micro, small and medium industries, told reporters.

The move came a day after a court in Himachal Pradesh charged Singh and his wife with conspiracy and corruption in a 23-year-old case related to one of his five terms as chief minister of the northern state.

The couple have denied all the charges and the ruling Congress party stressed that Singh’s decision to quit was not an admission of wrongdoing. “Virbhadra Singh has taken moral responsibility and resigned but it does not mean that he is guilty. Guilt has not been proven,” said party spokesman Janardan Dwivedi. AFP

US hedge fund billionaire sued


US regulators sued hedge fund billionaire Philip Falcone for fraud Wednesday, accusing him of taking $113 million from a fund to pay his taxes.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said Falcone, who raked in billions betting against packaged mortgage securities ahead of the US real-estate crash, took clients’ money from funds run by his Harbinger Capital Partners to pay his personal taxes.

It also said Falcone illegally manipulated bond prices, traded preferential treatment to investors who backed a controversial board initiative, and broke restricted period trading rules in three initial public offerings to make money on short sales.

Also charged, for aiding in the tax misappropriation charge, was Harbinger’s former chief operating officer, Peter Jenson.

“Today’s charges read like the final exam in a graduate school course in how to operate a hedge fund unlawfully,” Robert Khuzami, director of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement, said in a statement.

Falcone, 49, rose to prominence for his investments in credit-default swaps ahead of the US property crash in 2007, which allowed him to benefit heavily from the fall in value of sub-prime mortgage securities.

According to news reports, the SEC filed the charges after being unable to reach a settlement with Falcone in negotiations aimed at avoiding litigation. Falcone told The Wall Street Journal he planned on “vigorously contesting” the charges.

The charges came after Falcone’s ambitious national high-speed wireless broadband venture LightSquared filed for bankruptcy last month, after the government refused access to the satellite signal spectrum needed for the business.

The company had raised several billion of dollars in capital and loans, including from Harbinger’s main investment fund. 
Source :AFP

Canada hastens Sri Lanka human smuggling prosecution


Canadian prosecutors announced Wednesday they were foregoing a preliminary hearing and proceeding to trial for six men charged with smuggling hundreds of Tamils aboard a rickety ship into Canada.

No reason was given for the expedited process, but the case is politically charged and prosecutors may opt to go directly to trial if they deem the rush to be in the public interest.

Direct indictments were filed against two Canadians and four Sri Lankans, who stand accused of bringing 492 asylum seekers aboard the rickety cargo ship MV Sun Sea to Canada in August 2010, according to local media.

The daily National Post said four of the six are in Canadian custody, including one suspect who was arrested in Toronto on Monday.

A fifth was arrested in France and is facing deportation to Canada to stand trial for organizing the voyage across the Pacific Ocean, while the sixth remains in Sri Lanka.

All face up to life imprisonment and CAN$1 million (US$975,000) in fines if convicted of organizing illegal entry into Canada for the asylum seekers.

The MV Sun Sea's arrival on Canada's Pacific Coast provoked a public outcry in 2010 that resulted earlier this month in new legislation aimed at cracking down on human smuggling.

Canada and Sri Lanka had said the migrants may have included members of the Tamil Tigers, outlawed in Canada as a terror group before their defeat in 2009 after a lengthy civil war.

Most of the migrants' refugee claims are still being considered and they remain in Canada. At last count, six had been accepted as refugees, six had their claims rejected while 23 had withdrawn applications. AFP

All-new Maruti 800cc to be launched by Diwali

Thursday, June 28, 2012


 New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki India is gearing up to introduce by the end of this year a new 800cc car that is likely to be more fuel efficient, but also more expensive, than its existing best selling model Alto.

According to sources close to the development, the company will start commercial production of the car at its Gurgaon facility from July or August and will launch it by Diwali.

"Although this will be a 800cc car, technologically it will be more advanced than the existing two 800cc models. It'll be more fuel efficient, and hence will also be more expensive than M800 and Alto," a source said.

It is understood that MSI has upgraded the existing engine and platform of the Alto instead of a complete overhaul in order to reduce development costs.

As per the company's official website, the prices of M800 varies between Rs 2.05 lakh and Rs 2.30 lakh, while that of Alto stands at Rs 2.40-3.43 lakh. A 1,000cc variant of the Alto is priced at Rs 3.14-3.31 lakh. All the prices are for ex-showroom, Delhi.

When contacted, a Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) spokesperson declined to comment "on any future model development".

Sources said the company has already done the test productions at various stages of development and is now gearing up to roll out the vehicle commercially.

"The commercial production of the car will start from July or August and it will be launched by Diwali. This will be produced at the Gurgaon facility," a source said.

The company has stopped selling M800 in specific cities where Bharat Stage IV emission norms are applicable as the car does not meet the stringent parameters.

Although MSI is still selling its first model in the country in other places, it has categorically ruled out upgrading it. The M800 will be naturally phased out once emission norms are upgraded in rest of the country.

Alto is MSI's best selling car so far. However, in recent times, the monthly sales have fallen to about 20,000 units, including Alto K10, from about 30,000 units earlier due to factors like high interest rates and rising petrol costs. Huge stock of petrol cars are lying at the dealers level now.

In fact, MSI had last month stopped production of petrol models, like the Alto, M800, A-Star, Estilo and Omni for three days to prevent inventory pile up.

The company is at present under going its week-long annual maintenance shut down, which started from June 25.

According to SIAM data, the company's car production last month fell by 8.42 per cent to 87,220 units.

Car sales in India grew at the slowest pace in seven months during May with just 2.78 per cent rise as high interest rates and petrol prices hit the market.

How Google Nexus 7 stands up against iPad, Microsoft Surface


New Delhi: Google turned up the heat in the vibrant tablet market by a few notches by taking the lid off its Nexus 7 tablet. Built by Asus, the competitively priced Nexus 7 runs Jelly Bean 4.1, and seems aimed at taking the Redmond-based tech giant's 'Android vs iOS' strategy as far as taking on Apple iPad a step further.

Similarly, Microsoft last week threw in its hat in the tablet market with Surface, its first tablet PC device with both the software and the hardware being distinctly Microsoft creations. Released in two versions, the Surface's performance and reception will most likely decide whether the company sinks or swims in the Apple iPad-dominated world of tablets.

Clearly the decision to not leave hardware design and development to OEMs, like it has done so far, suggests the company is loathe to taking risks when matters boil down to this crucial device. With Surface, Microsoft seems intent on making sure its grand entry does not fall flat on its face due to ordinary, uninspiring hardware.

That said, how do these latest launches hold up against existing players such as the iPad, the Kindle, the Kindle Fire or the Nook? While a final word on the relative merits and drawbacks of the devices will emerge only after the products reach a significant number of end-users post commercial launch, here's an initial lowdown on what you can expect to impress you and which aspects might leave you a trifle disappointed.

Price: At a price tag of $199-$249, Google seems to have played the price game just about right. The lower end of the range is low enough for it to win over a sizable part of potential Kindle Fire buyers.

Also, with buyers eager to lap up Apple iPads despite their colossal $499-$829 price range, the company has been comfortably perched at the top of the tablet market. But if Nexus 7 manages to deliver reasonably well on crucial fronts such as performance, display and app support, it should be enough for the Cupertino behemoth to relook at its pricing strategy.

As usual, Microsoft chooses to be tight-lipped about the Surface's price.

Memory: The 8-16GB memory of a Google Nexus 7 might look tiny next to the 16-64GB offered by Apple iPad, or the enormous 32-128GB that a Microsoft Surface comes with, but tie that up with the Google's Cloud Storage space and it seems users will end up having little to complain about.

Size/weight: At 340 grams, the Google Nexus 7 appears delightfully light and easy-to-carry, but its 7 inch screen might leave some users disappointed. At the other end of the weight spectrum is Microsoft's Surface that weighs as much as one and a half pounds (675 grams), but also packs a bigger 10.6" display.

Operating System: With Google launching the latest upgrade to its Android OS, Jelly Bean 4.1, both Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire users can expect smoother and faster OS experience, and better support for a wider variety of new apps.

Connectivity: With iPad supporting Wi-fi, 3G and 4G connectivity, the Apple device appears to score over its competitors such as Surface, Kindle and Nexus 7. The iPad, however, loses some edge when its claim to be 4G enabled is seen against the backdrop of the embarrassing legal mess its maker has found itself in Australia. Apple was found guilty of misleading consumers by selling the device that cannot connect with the 4G mobile network in the country.

Sex haven busted, police rescues 11 girls from GB Road (Video)

Wednesday, June 27, 2012


New Delhi: The city police, on Tuesday, rescued eleven girls from a brothel at capital’s red-light area GB Road, late on Monday. The city police, acting on a tip-off, conducted a raid at the suspected brothel in the area.

All the girls, in the age group of 15-18 years, were rescued from a brothel at GB Road in accordance to a tip-off provided by an NGO ‘Rescue Foundation’.

According to police, the girls belong to poor families and were lured on the pretext of being provided employment in the capital.

The NGO had informed the police that a minor girl, missing from West Bengal, was confined at Kotha No- 58 at GB Road.

A police raid was conducted and it was found that the girls were confined in a deep storage room beneath the ground to avoid any identification.

Out of the eleven rescued girls, ten are residents of West Bengal while one hails from Bihar.

(With Agencies input)

(Video courtesy- India TV)

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