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Rafters grapple mid-water at rafting competition in Rishikesh; Watch

The altercation broke out while rafting team were proceeding towards Muni Ki Reti from their starting point of rafting journey Shivpuri.

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Rafters grapple mid-water at rafting competition in Rishikesh; Watch

In an unexpected turn of events, a scuffle broke out between rafters at a river rafting competition in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand when a group of rafters got engaged in a fight in the midst of holy river Ganga.

A video of the said incident is now going viral all over the internet.

In the viral video, people from two rafts can be seen fighting with each other, with a person hitting another person sitting in the raft by using a paddle.

More information on the the reason behind the fight still remains undisclosed.

The altercation broke out while rafting team were proceeding towards Muni Ki Reti from their starting point of rafting journey Shivpuri.

Reports claimed, a competition was ongoing between the rafters fighting in the video, purportedly some took the competition seriously and after a heated argument the scuffle broke out.

In the video it can also be seen, to escape the beating by the rafter using a paddle to beat, the members of the boat risking their life jumped off the board into the river.

Reportedly, three men jumped into the Ganga river.

Reports claimed, no official complaint on this matter has been registered yet but Muni Ki Reti Inspector Ritesh Shah spoke to the media and said, his team has already taken the cognizance of the event and termed it as a dangerous fighting.

Shah further added that the police is investigating the matter.

Rafting is an adventurous water sport, in which generally, 6 to 8 people sit on an inflatable raft (boat) with equal members on the either sides of the boat.

Each member holds a paddle in his/her hand and on the command of their rafting guide they do steering.

Rishikesh, a township in the Himalayan foothills beside the Ganga river, is best known for rafting in India, lakhs of tourists annually visit the place.

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Social media users pay tribute to viral sensation Abhradeep Saha as Angry Rantman dies at 27

Soon after the news of Abhradeep Saha’s demise, social media users and fans started paying tribute to the viral sensation. Many fans remembered him and shared his old viral videos.

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Popular YouTuber Abhradeep Saha aka Angry Rantman died on Tuesday. He passed away due to complications triggered by a surgery he underwent last month. On Sunday, a YouTube community shared the 27-year-old’s health update and informed social media fans about his critical situation. X user Soumyadeep Saha tweeted that Abhradeep Saha is in a really critical situation with life saving support system and requested Abhradeep’s fans to pray for a faster recovery.

Soon after the news of Abhradeep Saha’s demise, social media users and fans started paying tribute to the viral sensation. Many fans remembered him and shared his old viral videos.  One X user Dubois posted RIP Abhradeep or commonly known as Angry Antman.

One X user Janty shared a picture of Abhradeep Saha and wrote that everyone is going to miss him and his passion. RIP Abhradeep Saha, famously known as the Angry Rantman.

One fan George shared an old picture of Abhradeep Saha and paid tribute to him. He wrote the Angry Rantman who went viral for this’ there is no passion clip after Chelsea loss has passed away at the age of 27.RIP to a legend.

One X user Gurpreet Singh Maan paid tribute to the viral sensation and wrote Rest in Peace Brother.He said the news is heartbreaking as he has gone too soon. Mann thanked him for his memories.

One X user Kiran Dutta wrote Rest in peace bhai. He remembered that he always used to enjoy every moment like a kid inside. He said he had a pure heart and he is going to be missed by everyone. One social media user Mark Goldbridge wrote RIP Angry Rantman! He wrote whether one liked him or not he was a unique content creator doing what he loved. He said everyone is here for a good time not a long time.

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Lamborghini Gallardo worth nearly Rs 1 crore set on fire over business dispute

A video circulating on social media shows the luxury car Lamborghini Gallardo being burned and reduced to ashes. The police officials said a complaint has been registered by Neeraj, a car reseller who had bought the luxury car from its original owner.

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A person who deals in the sale and purchase of old luxury cars and a few others has allegedly burnt an old but expensive model of Lamborghini Gallardo on a road in Hyderabad over a dispute with its owner on Monday. The police said the owner of the Lamborghini Gallardo, Neeraj wanted to sell off the vehicle, estimated to be worth up to Rs 1 crore, and had informed some of his friends to look for a buyer.

The police added that the main accused Ahmed had called a friend of Neeraj and asked him to bring the car. The said friend of Neeraj was known to the Ahmed. When the luxury car was brought to Mamidipalli Road which is situated on the city outskirts Ahmed along with a few others, burnt the luxury car using petrol and claimed that Neeraj owed him money.

A video circulating on social media shows the luxury car Lamborghini Gallardo being burned and reduced to ashes. The police officials said a complaint has been registered by Neeraj, a car reseller who had bought the luxury car from its original owner. By the time fire department vehicles arrived at the scene it was too late as the luxury car was engulfed in flames and badly damaged. A video of the burning Lamborghini Gallardo has been circulating on social media.

The incident is a proof to the lengths to which disputes can rise. An expert spoke about the car that got burnt and said it was the Gallardo Spyder. He pointed out that it is a substantially older gen model which can only be found in the resale market. The expert further added the car has a powerful 5-litre NA V10 engine that made 513 horse power and 510 Nm of peak torque.

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KKR captain Shreyas Iyer fined Rs 12 lakh for slow over rate in match against RR

KKR lost to Royals by two wickets on Tuesday at Eden Gardens.

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The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) were found guilty of violating an IPL Code of Conduct while playing the Rajasthan Royals (RR) on Tuesday, following their defeat in their second match at the Eden Gardens. The Knight Riders not only dropped their opening game of the IPL 2024 season, but their captain also received a fine.

KKR captain Shreyas Iyer has been fined Rs 12 lakh for maintaining a slow over-rate during an IPL match at Eden Gardens against the Rajasthan Royals.

According to the official notification, Iyer has been charged with a huge fine of Rs 12 lakhs as it was his team’ first of the season offense under IPL’s Code of Conduct and involved a minimum over-rate penalty.

In a release from the IPL, it is said, Shreyas Iyer, the captain of the Kolkata Knight Riders, has been fined after his team maintained a slow over rate during their TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 match against Rajasthan Royals at Eden Gardens on April 17.

Meanwhile, this is not the first time in this season when a team has maintained a slow over-rate. Earlier, Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Rant was also fined twice for maintaining a slow over-rate. If his team commits this again, the he along with his will be banned for one match, as per IPL’s Code of Conduct.

In a T20I loss to the Royals on Tuesday, Sunil Narine scored his first century for the Knight Riders. Up till the 18th over, Narine (109 off 56) batted, first partnership with Angkrish Raghuvanshi (30) for 85 runs and then with Andre Russell (13), for 51 runs. For KKR, it was a one-man show. Jos Buttler blasted his way to an unbeaten 60-ball 107 as the visitors completed the chase on the game’s last ball. In response, RR were briefly in major trouble.

While KKR lost their second match in six games, it was the Royals’ sixth win in seven games.

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