Bollywood starlet racially abused by Australian airline staff

Bollywood's yesteryear diva has accused the staff of an Australian airline carrier of racist behavior. The actor took to Instagram and narrated that Australian airline Qantas treated her poorly owing to her skin colour. "Travelling from Sydney to Melbourne and at the check-in counter met a grumpy #Mel (that’s her name) who decided it was “ok” to speak curtly to...

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Bollywood starlet racially abused by Australian airline staff

Bollywood's yesteryear diva has accused the staff of an Australian airline carrier of racist behavior. The actor took to Instagram and narrated that Australian airline Qantas treated her poorly owing to her skin colour. "Travelling from Sydney to Melbourne and at the check-in counter met a grumpy #Mel (that’s her name) who decided it was “ok” to speak curtly to...

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CJP questions bureaucrats with dual nationality

ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Saqib Nisar hearing a case on dual nationalities held by public office bearers  today, Monday, reserved it's judgment A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar and comprising Justice Umar Atta Bandial and Justice Ijazul Ahsan heard the suo motu notice. As the hearing went under way, Justice Nisar remarked, “We have...

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Autopsy shows dead Palestinian beaten in raid: prisoners’ group

RAMALLAH: A Palestinian who died after Israeli forces raided his home to arrest him had been assaulted, the results of an autopsy published by a Palestinian prisoners’ group said Sunday. Mohammed Khatib, 24, died after being taken into custody during a raid on Beit Rima village, in the occupied West Bank, in the early hours of Tuesday last week. But...

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Dollar snaps losing streak; pound bounces

LONDON: The dollar edged higher on Monday, snapping a two-week losing streak, as investors bought the greenback before a widely expected interest rate hike by the U.S. central bank this week while trade war concerns checked investor appetite for risk. The dollar had struggled as trade war concerns faded and emerging market central banks led by Turkey took aggressive steps...

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Modric threatens to end Ronaldo-Messi era as world’s best

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi's decade-long domination of football's individual awards is under threat from Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder Luka Modric and Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah when FIFA's player of the year is announced on Monday. For the first time in 12 years Messi is not even nominated among the three finalists for the award after early exits...

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