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Lucknow: 82-year-old woman mauled to death by pet dog

The incident was reported from the Bengali Tola area of Qaiser Bagh.

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The incident was reported from the Bengali Tola area of Qaiser Bagh.

An 82-year-old retired teacher in Lucknow was mauled to death by her son’s pet pitbull on Tuesday morning. The incident was reported from the Bengali Tola area of Qaiser Bagh at around 6 am when the woman was alone in the house.

The deceased, identified as Sushila Tripathi, was attacked by a pit bull for over an hour before she succumbed to her injuries. The reports state that the neighbours tried to get inside her house when they heard Sushila screaming and crying, but due to the lock from the inside, they couldn’t enter.

The woman was rushed to the hospital when her son reached home. He took her to Balrampur Hospital, where she passed away due to excessive loss of blood. The incident occurred when Sushila was taking a walk with her pet dog on the terrace when the pit bull attacked the victim on her stomach, face, and hand. When she started screaming loudly, the maid reached the terrace and saw Sushila lying on the ground in blood.

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The maid then quickly called Amit and narrated the whole scenario. He reached home immediately and took her to the hospital, where she died due to the injuries. Immediately after, the doctors informed the police about the incident.

The police reached the spot thereafter and investigated the whole matter. The body was then sent for a post-mortem where it was discovered that 12 severe wounds from neck to abdomen were on Sushila’s body.

Her son, Amit, is a gym trainer and owns two dogs—a labrador and a pit bull. The woman was attacked by a dog named Brownie, who was brought home three years ago.

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Man gets iPhone 14 instead of 13, Twitter says what’s the big difference

It seems like Apple Inc. is recently going through some major goof ups. Recently, an incident has taken over the headlines when a man had ordered Mac laptop but instead received Ghadi detergent soaps.

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People may have found no similarities between iPhone 13 and 14 but the price difference between the two speaks volume. And what if this difference is covered by a major blunder. A similar incident happened when a man received iPhone 14 instead of 13.

A recent incident shows a man ordered iPhone 13 from flipkart but instead he received iPhone 14 and took social media by storm. And seems like Apple Inc. is recently going through some major goof ups. Recently, an incident has taken over the headlines when a man had ordered Mac laptop but instead received Ghadi detergent soaps. But this one seems to be a profitable affair, as this person got an iPhone 14 when he ordered an iPhone 13. 

However, people didn’t seem that impressed as tweeple connected on the fact that there’s not much different from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14. Here are some of the hilarious responses:

Just yesterday, the Indian e-commerce company Flipkart was again in controversy after the Big Dussehra sale. In no time #FlipkartDoglaHai was trending on Twitter. The customers were complaining about the automatic cancellation of their products. Several Twitter users wrote that their orders got cancelled by Flipkart since the price was increased by the seller upto Rs 3000. Even the customer care executives were not responding, which really disrupted the peace of mind of the customers.

Several fraudulent cases have been reported from across the country. An IIM Ahmedabad student Yashawi Sharma shared a screenshot of fraudulent activity on his LinkedIn account. He said that he purchased a laptop during the Big Billion Days Sale for his father but instead was delivered Ghadi detergent bars.

Prajwal Thakare wrote on Twitter that he ordered a phone on September 23 and it was supposed to deliver by September 27 but they changed the delivery date to October 4. His package was in Pune for the last four days and it has not been delivered yet.

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Uttar Pradesh: Drunk Ravana dances with bar girl at Ramleela stage in Lucknow, watch viral video here

Ravana, along with his demons, could be seen drunk and dancing with the bar girl.

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After a video of a man, dressed as Lankesh Ravana, grooving to the Haryanavi song Matak Chalungi on streets surfaced on the internet, another video of Ravana, along with his troop, dancing with a bar girl at a Ramleela stage is surfacing on social media.

In the viral video, Ravana and his troop of demons could be seen shaking their legs with the bar girl invited to perform at the Ramleela stage in Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow. They also had alcohol bottles in their hands and performed a Bollywood song.

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The 9-days-long festival, Navratri ended on October 5 with Vijayadashmi or Dussehra. Videos of the celebrations from across the country were crazy viral on social media. Multiple videos of Ramleela processions dominated the internet wherein the organisers invited bar girls to perform on the stage.

The videos also triggered social media outrage and also led to many arrests.

A similar incident, as reported above, took place in the Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh wherein pandal organisers invited bar girls to entertain the audience. In the viral video, the bar girl could be seen grooving to the popular Hindi item song Kanta Laga. In the background, Rama and Lakshman could be seen enjoying the bar girl.

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Meanwhile, the Dusshera procession in many cities became problematic as the Ravana effigies fell due to bad weather while in some cities the effigies, on fire, fell on people who gathered to enjoy the procession creating a ruckus.

Several videos of the procession went viral on the internet wherein people could be seen injured. An incident was reported in Muzaffarnagar’s Government Inter College in Uttar Pradesh wherein the Ravana effigy backfired with crackers. The incident was dubbed Ravana’s revenge, however, it raised severe concerns about mismanagement during setting up Ravana effigies.

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Mukesh Ambani death threat: Mumbai Police arrest Bihar man for threatening to blow up tycoon’s hospital, residence Antilia

Soon after the hospital authorities informed the police about the incident, the authorities initiated a probe and beefed up the security outside Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Ambani’s Antilia residence.

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Mukesh Ambani death threat: Mumbai Police arrest Bihar man for threatening to blow up tycoon's hospital, residence Antilia

Mumbai Police on Thursday arrested a man, identified as Rakesh Kumar Mishra, for targeting business tycoon Mukesh Ambani and his family. The police nabbed the accused in connection with the anonymous calls threatening to blow up Ambani’s Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and his residence, Antilia.

Soon after the hospital authorities informed the police about the incident, the authorities initiated a probe and beefed up the security outside Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital and Ambani’s Antilia residence. The case has been registered at DB Marg Police Station.

Following an investigation, the police arrested Rakesh Kumar Mishra from Brahmapur village in Bihar’s Darbhanga district around Wednesday midnight and brought him to Mumbai.

DCP Zone II, Neelotpal said, Acting swiftly in the incident of threat calls to the Ambani family, a team of Mumbai Police detained a person from a block in Darbhanga, Bihar at midnight with the help of the Bihar Police. He added that a team is on the way back to Mumbai along with the accused.

A RIL spokesperson told the media that two calls were made by an anonymous person on Wednesday. The first call was made at 12:57 pm and the second at 5:04 pm on October 5. He said an unidentified person called the Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital’s landline number and threatened to blow up both the hospital and the industrialist’s family residence. Along with this, the unknown caller had also issued death threats to Mukesh Ambani, his wife Neeta Ambani, and their son Akash Ambani, he added.

A case has been registered against Mishra under sections 506 (2) and 507 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The accused will be produced before the court today.

Following a review of the threat perception towards Mukesh Ambani by key intelligence and security agencies, the government has granted him Z+ security protection. Nita Ambani also has an armed cover, however, it is of a lower category, Y+.

This is the second time in two months that the hospital has received threat calls. A similar call was made in August this year by a 56-year-old jeweller Vishnu Vidhu Bhaumik. The suspect had introduced himself as Afzal Guru and warned that he might cause harm within the next three hours. The Mumbai Police then nabbed him from Borivali.

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