Was accused of ‘racism’: German pilot sends defamation notice to Harbhajan Singh, Jet Airways

Was accused of ‘racism’: German pilot sends defamation notice to Harbhajan Singh, Jet Airways

Was accused of ‘racism’: German pilot sends defamation notice to Harbhajan Singh, Jet Airways The alleged incident aboard a Chandigarh-Mumbai Jet flight came to light on April 26 when the cricketer posted tweets accusing Hosselin of making “racist” comments and assaulting a woman, besides abusing a physically challenged man on a domestic flight.   A former Jet Airways pilot, Bernd Hosselin, a German, accused of making “racist” comments on a Chandigarh-Mumbai flight, Friday sent a defamation notice to cricketer Harbhajan Singh and his friends Pooja Gujaral and Jatinder Singh Shah. Hosselin…

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Pope sends video message of peace ahead of Fatima visit

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Pope sends video message of peace ahead of Fatima visit Pope : VATICAN CITY (RNS) Pope Francis has sent a video message to the people of Portugal ahead of his visit to Fatima to mark the 100th anniversary of the Virgin Mary’s reported apparitions to three young shepherds. Speaking in Portuguese, the pope defined his two-day official visit to the Catholic shrine May 12-13 as a “pilgrimage of hope and peace” and apologized for not seeing more of the country. RELATED: The ’Splainer: Who is Our Lady of Fatima and…

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‘Pooper-scooper’ drone cleans up dog poo so you don’t step in it: Aerial craft searches for animal waste then sends a rolling robot to collect it

'Pooper-scooper' drone cleans up dog poo so you don't step in it: Aerial craft searches for animal waste then sends a rolling robot to collect it Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4362400/Pooper-scooper-drone-designed-clean-dog-poo.html#ixzz4cnnfODPN Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

‘Pooper-scooper’ drone cleans up dog poo so you don’t step in it: Aerial craft searches for animal waste then sends a rolling robot to collect it Pooper : A Dutch startup is set to release a fleet of ‘drones’ to combat the 220 million pounds of dog droppings left on the Netherlands’ streets each year. Called Dogdrones, the vehicles will work together as a team to detect and scoop up the poop. The aerial drone is fitted with cameras and thermal energy technology that transmits GPS coordinates of the feces…

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