Ultimate magazine theme for WordPress.

Rape Victim Died in Mumbai; Delhi Rains Update + more top news

Agencies

Mumbai police said that a woman who was admitted to a city hospital after being brutally raped and brutally mistreated with rods died. The woman, who is believed to be around 30 years old, was raped and then beaten with a rod, the rapist allegedly shoved a rod into her private parts and dumped her body on the desolate street before she fled the town. The incident, which occurred in the Sakinaka area of ​​northwest Mumbai on Thursday evening, was reported to police by a security guard who heard a call for help from a speed truck parked on Khairani Road. Continue reading

Here are the other top stories from around the world that are making headlines today:

The chic Terminal 3 of Delhi IGI Airport was flooded due to heavy rain; Social media reactions

airporttweet

Rainwater leaking from the roof while passengers hide for cover, waiting for the rain to stop, is a scene one would associate with an old, dilapidated bus or train station. But you won’t find a scene like this at a world-class airport in a nation’s capital. Well, you should have visited Terminal 3 (T3) at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), Delhi by early Saturday. When it rained, water dripped from four places inside the sophisticated terminal, where all international flights land and take off. Continue reading

Sonu Sood shows again that he has a heart of gold and gives students in Kerala smartphones

Sonu SoodAFP

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has once again shown his generosity by giving smartphones to students in Alappuzha, Kerala. To make sure they would be able to continue their studies, the actor asked them to “have SIM cards ready” to end their struggle to take online classes. Sood went to Twitter to say, “All students will have their phones by tomorrow, have your SIM cards ready.” Continue reading

Vaccinations and further easing of COVID-19 are giving new hope to Goa’s tourism sector

https://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/vaccination-more-covid-19-relaxations-give-renewed-hope-for-goa-tourism-sector-549246.htmlhttps://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/vaccination-more-covid-19-relaxations-give-renewed-hope-for-goa-tourism-sector-549246.html

Earlier this week, the Goa government announced that the state had achieved 100 percent Covid vaccination in adults with the first dose and had set a goal of completing the second dose by October 31. This is good news for the state’s ailing tourism industry, which has been devastated by the pandemic since 2020. Goa has been open to tourists since early last month, but with restrictions, including entry for travelers who are fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arrival. Continue reading

“Will never be forgotten”: 20 years of the 9/11 attack, tributes pour in as the US remembers its darkest day

9-11 attackfile

America is celebrating the 20th anniversary of September 11th on Saturday with solemn ceremonies made even more pungent by the recent chaotic troop withdrawal from Afghanistan and the return of the Taliban to power. Heartbreaking commemorations were held at each of the three locations where 19 al-Qaeda hijackers – mostly from Saudi Arabia – crashed jam-packed planes that struck the cultural, financial, and political hearts of the United States and changed the world forever. Continue reading

Comments are closed.