When Loss Of Cabin Pressure Was Blamed In Greece Plane Crash 13 Years Ago

At least 30 passengers on the Jet airline’s suffered nasal and ear bleeding. (Representational)

New Delhi: 

More than 13 years ago, a Boeing aircraft crashed in a hilly terrain in Greece snuffing out 121 lives. A year later, investigators concluded that omissions in controlling cabin pressure was a key reason for the crash.

On Thursday morning, the 166 passengers on board a Jet Airways flight might not have been aware about the incident that happened in Greece over a decade ago. But they faced a similar situation as the cockpit crew “forgot” to control cabin pressure.

At least 30 passengers on the airline’s Mumbai-Jaipur flight suffered nasal and ear bleeding and headache as the Boeing 737-800 aircraft returned to Mumbai within minutes of take-off.

Both the pilots — commander and copilot – have been de-rostered, an investigation has been ordered and the airline has expressed regret over the incident.

According to two senior pilots and regulatory officials, Thursday’s incident could be due to human negligence as checking cabin pressure is part of standard checks carried out before operation of a flight.

Nasal and ear bleeding of air passengers due to de-pressurisation of cabin is a rare occurrence, the two senior pilots who are working with two different airlines told PTI.

One of them operates Boeing planes and the other Airbus aircraft.

One of the pilots said that generally, an aircraft is pressurised to 8,000 feet so that the pressure is adequate for the human body.

Normally, a plane flies at an altitude of around 35,000 feet.

A pilot said de-pressurisation could even result in hypoxia for the people on board. Hypoxia or lack of adequate oxygen supply for the human tissues, can cause various problems, including deterioration in a cognitive abilities.

According to a doctor at Dr Balabhai Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai, five Jet Airways passengers who were on board the flight were suffering from “mild conductive deafness”.

As per their preliminary examination by ENT doctors, the five passengers suffered “barotrauma” of ear, which is caused due to a change in air pressure, said Rajendra Patankar, chief operating officer at the hospital.

There were 171 people on board, including 5 crew members.

A passenger, who was in the flight, recalled a fellow passenger with bleeding nose. 

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17-Year-Old Raped And Murdered Minor, Awarded 20 Years Jail In Haryana

Till the convict turns 21, he will be staying at juvenile offenders home in Sonipat. (Representational)

Hisar, Haryana: 

A Hisar court today sentenced a 17-year-old to 20 years of imprisonment for raping and killing a six-year-old girl of Uklana town in Hisar, Haryana last year.

The boy was awarded the sentence in connection with the abduction, rape, and murder of the minor girl on the night of December 8, 2017.

Additional district and sessions judge, Hisar, D R Chalia, who pronounced the verdict, also slapped a fine of Rs. 80,000 on the convict and in case of default, he would have to undergo further imprisonment of two years.

The teenager was earlier being tried as a juvenile, but later the case was shifted to district and sessions court. The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015, was amended to allow 16-18-year-olds to be tried as adults for heinous crimes such as rape and murder.

Till he turns 21, the convict will be lodged at a home for juvenile offenders in Sonipat. After that, he will be shifted to a regular jail.

“The court awarded 20 years of imprisonment each under section 376 (rape), 302 (murder), the SC/ST Act, the POCSO Act, and seven years’ imprisonment each under section 363 (kidnapping), section 450 (house trespass in order to commission of an offence),” Pradeep Saini, advocate for the accused said, adding that all the sentences will run concurrently.

The brutalised body of the girl was found in a deserted street near the telephone exchange building in Uklana in the morning of December 9 last year.

Sexual assault by the assailant and later treating her in a brutal manner, resulted in her death, the doctors who conducted the postmortem examination of the victim, had then said.

The girl had been abducted from inside a hut where she was sleeping with her mother. The father of the girl was away in Gurugram that night.

The doctors of Hisar civil hospital, who conducted the postmortem, had disclosed in their report that the assailant inserted a wooden stick into the private part of the girl, thus rupturing her intestines.

The sexual assault and the brutal manner in which her intestines were ruptured had caused her death. Scratch marks were also found on the body of the girl. The girl’s family members, originally from Haryana’s Fatehabad district, had been living and working as labourers in Uklana for some years.

A case under relevant sections was registered in Uklana Police Station on December 9, 2017.

A special investigation team (SIT) was constituted headed by the then SP Hisar, Manisha Choudhary, for investigation into this case along with two DSPs as members.

“It was first-of-its kind case in which Haryana Police had got narco analysis test, polygraph and brain mapping test of the accused done from Forensic Sciences Laboratory, Gandhinagar in Gujarat,” a spokesman for the state police department said in Chandigarh. 

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Emmy Awards 2018: How to Watch in India the TV Shows That Won Big at This Year’s Emmys

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Game of Thrones emerged as the winners of the biggest awards at American TV’s biggest awards night, the 2018 Emmys, on Monday, one a new arrival on the stage while the other returned after a year’s gap. The Emmys are considered as the most coveted prize for US television, and thanks to its seven-awards haul at last week’s Creative Arts Emmys, Game of Thrones once again emerged as the (scripted) show with the most Emmys, pushing its record total to 47. The likes of The Americans, Barry, The Crown, Godless, and The Assassination of Gianni Versace were also recognised for their achievements, picking up a couple of Emmy Awards apiece. If this is the first time you’re hearing some of those names, fret not — we have you covered.

Emmys 2018 Winners: The Full List

Here’s how you can watch (most of) the 2018 Emmy winners in India from the comfort of your couch:

Game of Thrones

2018 Emmys won: 9, including Best Drama, Supporting Actor

Does the world’s most popular show still need an introduction? Dragons, magic and sex abound in this epic fantasy based on George R.R. Martin’s novels, which has moved ahead of the books due to the author’s notoriously-slow writing speed. The show returns in 2019 with its eighth and final season, so start now if you plan to catch up.

Where to watch: Hotstar

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

2018 Emmys won: 8, including Best Comedy, Lead Actress, Supporting Actress, Writing, and Directing

Created by husband-wife duo Amy Sherman-Palladino (Gilmore Girls) and Daniel Palladino, this comedy series is set in late 1950s New York City and follows a Jewish housewife (Rachel Brosnahan) who discovers she has a knack for stand-up comedy after her husband confesses he’s having an affair and leaving her.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s Amy Sherman-Palladino at the 2018 Emmys
Photo Credit: Willy Sanjuan/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

2018 Emmys won: 7, including Best Limited Series, Lead Actor, and Directing

Based on Maureen Orth’s book Vulgar Favors, prolific TV creator Ryan Murphy offers a look at the murder through the lives of spree killer Andrew Cunanan (Darren Criss) and Versace before his death, and how their family and friends deal with the fallout. Penelope Cruz, Ricky Martin also star.

Where to watch: Hotstar

The Crown

2018 Emmys won: 5, including Best Lead Actress and Directing

This lavishly-produced series offers a look at the over seven decades of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, charting through the various personal and professional upheavals of her life, as she balances being a wife, mother and queen of several nations. Claire Foy’s win was her last in the role, as the show changes its cast every two seasons.

Where to watch: Netflix

Black Mirror: USS Callister

2018 Emmys won: 4, including Best TV Movie and Writing

Charlie Brooker’s tech-driven dystopian anthology series delivered a hit with its Star Trek-themed episode, where a socially-aloof and gifted programmer (Jesse Plemons) uses his co-founded online game – and the DNA of his co-workers – to enact out his Trek fantasies and abuse people’s clones who have no way of getting out.

Where to watch: Netflix


2018 Emmys won: 4, including Best Supporting Actress

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy use Michael Crichton’s 1973 film as the basis for a tale about the dawn of consciousness in androids, built to inhabit a theme park for the ultra-rich, who revolt against their human makers and where that leads. Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood, and Jeffrey Wright are part of the cast.

Where to watch: Hotstar


2018 Emmys won: 3, including Best Lead Actor and Supporting Actor

A former marine working as a hit man in the American Midwest (Bill Hader) catches the acting bug while visiting Los Angeles for a job and starts to uncover a passion he never thought he had, with help from a local acting coach (Henry Winkler) and a group of eager hopefuls, which puts everything in jeopardy. It’s a dark comedy, not a drama mind you.

Where to watch: Hotstar

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Barry’s Bill Hader and Henry Winkler at the 2018 Emmys
Photo Credit: Willy Sanjuan/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images


2018 Emmys won: 3, including Best Supporting Actor and Actress

A seven-episode Western miniseries set in a 19th-century town made up of mostly women (including Merritt Wever) owing to a mining disaster, which inadvertently ends up giving refuge to the ex-protégé of a murderous outlaw (Jeff Daniels) and his notorious gang, who will stop at nothing to hunt him down.

Where to watch: Netflix

The Americans

2018 Emmys won: 2 for Best Lead Actor and Writing

A pair of KGB officers (Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell) pose as an American married couple living with their two teenage children in Cold War-era US to spy on the government. Their next-door neighbour? An FBI agent. Don’t be fooled by the premise: it’s really a slowburn exploration of family in the disguise of a spy story, drawing parallels to geopolitical issues.

Where to watch: Hotstar


2018 Emmys won: 2 for Best Directing and Cinematography

Jane Goodall, the 83-year-old primatologist, usually considered the world’s best expert on chimpanzees, is the focus of this documentary that features over 100 hours of unused footage shot by future husband Hugo van Lawick in Gombe, Tanzania during the ‘60s. Director Brett Morgen intercuts with present-day interviews for an in-depth look at Goodall’s life.

Where to watch: Hotstar

Rick and Morty

2018 Emmys won: 1 for Best Animated Programme

The interdimensional adventures (and sometimes domestic life) of cynical and alcoholic mad scientist Rick, and his weak-willed and easily influenced grandson Morty, which tend to bring about personal crises, other-worldly happenings and general mayhem. Recently renewed for 70 more episodes to the relief of creators and fans.

Where to watch: Netflix

Wild Wild Country

2018 Emmys won: 1 for Best Documentary

A six-part look at self-styled godman Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Osho), his personal assistant Ma Anand Sheela, and their community of followers who moved from Pune to Oregon after conflicts with the ruling party in India and the events that followed, including a biological attack that led to their downfall.

Where to watch: Netflix

Other winners

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Last Week Tonight’s Liz Stanton and John Oliver at the 2018 Emmys
Photo Credit: Willy Sanjuan/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images

Last Week Tonight

2018 Emmys won: 4, including Best Variety Talk Series
Where to watch: Hotstar

Queer Eye

2018 Emmys won: 3
Where to watch: Netflix


2018 Emmys won: 2
Where to watch: Netflix

The Alienist

2018 Emmys won: 1
Where to watch: Netflix

Carpool Karaoke: The Series

2018 Emmys won: 1 for Best Short Form Variety Series
Where to watch: Apple Music


2018 Emmys won: 1
Where to watch: SonyLIV

Dave Chappelle: Equanimity

2018 Emmys won: 1
Where to watch: Netflix

John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City

2018 Emmys won: 1
Where to watch: Netflix

Seven Seconds

2018 Emmys won: 1 for Best Lead Actress
Where to watch: Netflix

Stranger Things

2018 Emmys won: 1
Where to watch: Netflix

Strong Island

2018 Emmys won: 1
Where to watch: Netflix

This Is Us

2018 Emmys won: 1
Where to watch: Hotstar

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32 Bonded Labourers, Exploited For 7 Years, Rescued From Tamil Nadu

The rescuers were exploited for seven years by the agent who had given them a loan


Thirty two bonded labourers, 11 of them being children, were rescued from a sugarcane field in Tamil Nadu’s Cuddalore district on Tuesday. They were allegedly exploited for seven years over a Rs 50,000 loan taken from an agent, who has been arrested.

The 32 people, all belonging to the Irula tribe, were rescued from Puliyur Kattusaghai by the labour department and district administration after a tip off from a non-profit organization. The rescuers, who were allegedly employed to cut sugarcane, also alleged that the women were also sexually exploited.

“These families were paid from five hundred to thousand rupees a week,” Dr K Krishnan, the Executive Director of the Foundation for Sustainable Development, the non-profit organization that gave the tip off, told NDTV. Huge interest was deducted and they were never able to repay the principal. Often they had no job. They moved them in trucks to work in other districts for cash crop related work” he said.

The rescued people come from seven families that were exploited in the same district for around seven years.

The Cuddalore District administration is working on issuing them rescue certificates and rehabilitating them. They are eligible for Rs 1 lakh each and will initially be paid Rs 20,000.

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Delhi Woman Rescued From Brother’s House. Lived 2 Years Without A Toilet

The 50-year-old woman was allegedly only given one piece of bread every four days for two years

New Delhi: 

A 50-year-old woman, allegedly held captive by her brother for two years, was found lying in her own excreta in Delhi’s Rohini. The Delhi Commission for Women said it rescued her from her brother’s house. She was allegedly kept in horrific conditions and given only one piece of bread every four days.

The woman was found on an open terrace at her brother’s house. She had been starving for several days, the DCW said in a statement on Tuesday, adding that she was “reduced to bones.”

“50 year old woman tortured, starved and held captive by own brother for 2 years. When we rescued her from terrace, she was lying in her excreta. She is unable to talk, walk and even recognise people,” DCW chief Swati Maliwal said on Twitter, adding that an FIR has been filed against the accused but he is yet to be arrested.

“I am deeply shocked at the inhuman manner in which the lady has been treated. She is only 50 years, but she looks as though she is over 90. Her starvation is so extreme that she was unable to look after her basic needs,” Ms Maliwal said in another tweet.

The DCW was alerted to the situation when another brother of the woman called the DCW helpline number and informed them about the woman being held captive in the house. The DCW responded by immediately sending a team to the spot.

When the residents of the house refused to open the gate, the DCW enlisted help from the police to enter the house, news agency IANS reported.

The team finally entered the house by climbing the neighbour’s roof. They found the 50-year-old woman lying on her open terrace in “pathetic” conditions.

The woman reportedly told the DCW that she was only given a piece of bread once in four days for the past two years. Nobody was allowed to visit her for that time, she reportedly said.

The woman has been admitted to a local hospital.

“The condition of the lady was pathetic. She has been starving for several days and reduced to bones. She was kept on open terrace which had no room or toilets and the terrace contained piles of the excreta of the woman,” the DCW said in a statement.

A DCW member told news agency IANS that an FIR has been registered at Rohini Sector 7 Police Station against the woman’s brother.

Swati Maliwal urged citizens to report more such incidents so  that more girls and women could be saved.

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Man Dies After Shark Attack In Cape Cod Beach, First Fatality In Massachusetts In 82 Years

A man died in what local police called a possible shark attack. (Representational)

A man died on Saturday in what local police called a possible shark attack at Newcomb Hollow Beach in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, a town on Cape Cod that draws crowds of tourists.

The victim, who was identified only as a man in his 20s, died from injuries at Cape Cod Hospital after rescuers pulled him from the water and performed emergency first aid including CPR, the Wellfleet Police Department said in a statement.

The incident occurred shortly after 12 p.m. EDT on Saturday. The local district attorney’s office and the Massachusetts State Police were investigating.

If confirmed as a shark attack, it would be the first death caused by a shark in Massachusetts since 1936, according to sharkattackdata.com, an online database.

In August, a New York man was bitten by a shark at another Cape Cod beach but survived the encounter, according to media reports.

© Thomson Reuters 2018

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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At Least 4 Dead As This Year’s Biggest Storm Hits The Philippines

Survivors were traumatised by the confrontation with the monster typhoon. (AFP)

Tuguegarao, Philippines: 

Super Typhoon Mangkhut smashed through the Philippines on Saturday, as the biggest storm to hit the region this year claimed the lives of its first victims and forced tens of thousands of people from their homes.

Roughly four million people were in the path of destruction the storm slashed through the northern tip of Luzon island, leaving at least four dead.

“As we go forward, this number will go higher,” Ricardo Jalad, head of the national civil defence office, told reporters, referring to the death toll.

As the powerful storm left the Southeast Asian archipelago and barrelled towards densely populated Hong Kong and southern China, Philippine authorities began sending search teams to remote areas.

The extent of the storm’s destruction began to emerge later on Saturday, with reports of rain-soaked hillsides collapsing, torrents of out-of-control floodwaters and people being rescued from inundated homes.

Just over 105,000 people fled their homes in the largely rural, agricultural region, seeking to escape the fury of the massive typhoon.

Mangkhut was packing sustained winds of 170 kilometres (105 miles) per hour and gusts of up to 260 km per hour as it left the Philippines.

An average of 20 typhoons and storms lash the Philippines each year, killing hundreds of people and leaving millions in near-perpetual poverty.

The dead were two women killed in landslide, a girl who drowned and a security guard crush by a falling wall. In addition to the four killed in the Philippines a women was swept out to sea in Taiwan.

‘End Of The World’

“Among all the typhoons this year, this one (Mangkhut) is the strongest,” Japan Meteorological Agency forecaster Hiroshi Ishihara told AFP on Friday.

“This is a violent typhoon. It has the strongest sustained wind (among the typhoons of this year).”

Survivors were traumatised by the confrontation with the monster typhoon.

“It felt like the end of the world… that was stronger than Lawin”, said Bebeth Saquing, 64, using the local name for Super Typhoon Haima, which was one of the most powerful storms of 2016.

“I did not sleep,” she told AFP by phone from her home, which stood up to Mangkhut’s pounding.

The country’s deadliest on record is Super Typhoon Haiyan, which left more than 7,350 people dead or missing across the central Philippines in November 2013.

Poor communities reliant on fishing are some of the most vulnerable to fierce typhoon winds and the storm surges that pound the coast.

As the storm heads for China’s southern coast, Cathay Pacific said it expects more than 400 flight cancellations over the next three days.

The Hong Kong government said Mangkhut will pose “a severe threat to the region” as many residents in the city and neighbouring Macau stocked up on food and supplies.

The president of neighbouring Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen, told citizens to be ready.

“The typhoon is powerful and even it’s not expected to make a landfall in Taiwan, we should be well prepared and not… take it lightly,” she wrote on Facebook.

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An Emotional Smriti Irani Visits Her First Home After 35 Years. Watch Video

New Delhi: 

TV producer Ekta Kapoor roped in Union Minister Smriti Irani as a part of her promotions for her new web series Home, which streams on ALTBalaji. Ekta Instagrammed three emotional videos of Ms Irani from her visit to her first home in Gurugram. The videos show Smriti Irani walking up to the society and meeting the residents, some of whom she recognises. She gets extremely emotional after seeing that her old home has been converted into a shop. “It is painful, tough and courageous to see a place you once called ‘Home’, now no longer there. But life is nothing more than a journey of bitter sweet memories,” Ekta captioned one of her posts. Smriti Irani also took a rickshaw ride to her favourite chaat shop and visited an old ration shop.

Let’s take a tour of Smriti Irani’s old home.



Smriti Irani also tweeted about it.



Smriti Irani and Ekta Kapoor have been friends for several years. The actress-turned-politician often appears on Ekta’s throwback posts on Instagram. Here are some:





Ekta Kapoor had launched Smriti Irani in her one of the most-successful shows Kyunkii…Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu, in which she played Tulsi. Hum Hain Kal Aaj Aur Kal, Thodi Si Zameen Thoda Sa Aasmaan and Virrudh are some of Smriti Irani’s other shows. She is married to businessman Zubin Irani. She is currently the Minister of Textiles.

Ekta Kapoor’s Home is a family drama, featuring Annu Kapoor, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Amol Parashar, Parikshit Sahni, Himani Shivpuri and others. It is directed by Habib Faisal.

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CFL 2018: Mohun Bagan wins league after 8 years, club president said, son has been born | मोहन बागान ने 8 साल बाद जीती ट्रॉफी, क्लब के अध्यक्ष ने कहा

कोलकाता: मोहन बागान ने बुधवार को कलकत्ता कस्टम्स को 2-0 से हराकर कलकत्ता फुटबॉल लीग (सीएफएल)  जीत ली. उसने 2010 के बाद पहली बार यह खिताब जीता है. जीत से पहले ही मोहन बागान क्लब के अध्यक्ष ने विवादित बयान भी दे दिया. इससे जीत का जश्न थोड़ा फीका पड़ गया. 

मोहन बागान ने बुधवार को कलकत्ता कस्टम्स के खिलाफ शुरू से ही शानदार प्रदर्शन किया. उसने पहले ही हाफ में दोनों गोल कर अपनी जीत लगभग पक्की कर ली थी. उसकी तरफ से हेनरी किसेका ने चौथे और 45वें मिनट में गोल किए. मोहन बागान ने एक मैच शेष रहते ही खिताब अपने नाम कर लिया है. उसके 26 अंक हैं. बागान ने 30वीं बार यह खिताब जीता है. 

ईस्ट बंगाल का आठ से चला आ रहा वर्चस्व टूटा 
मोहन बागान ने इस जीत से ईस्ट बंगाल का पिछले आठ से चला आ रहा वर्चस्व भी खत्म कर दिया. ईस्ट बंगाल ने 39 बार यह खिताब जीता है, लेकिन लगातार दो हार से उसकी इस बार खिताब का बचाव करने की उम्मीदों पर पानी फिर गया. उसका अभी एक मैच बचा है और उसके 20 अंक हैं. 

10 में से 8 मैच जीतकर चैंपियन बना बागान 
कलकत्ता फुटबॉल लीग के इस सीजन में 12 टीमों ने हिस्सा लिया. इनमें मोहन बागान और ईष्ट बंगाल ने 10-10 मैच खेल लिए हैं. बागान ने 10 मैचों में से 8 जीतकर 26 अंक हासिल कर लिए हैं. ईष्ट बंगाल 6 जीत और 20 अंक के साथ दूसरे नंबर पर है. अब अगर ईष्ट बंगाल अपना आखिरी मैच जीत ले और बागान हार भी जाए, तब भी नतीजे पर कोई फर्क नहीं पड़ेगा. 

जीत पक्की होने पर बोस ने दिया विवादित बयान 
हॉफ टाइम के दौरान मोहन बागान के अध्यक्ष स्वप्न साधन बोस ने विवादित बयान दे दिया. वेबसाइट गोल डॉट कॉम के मुताबिक बोस ने जीत पक्की होने के सवाल पर कहा, ‘पिछले सात साल से बेटियां हो रही थीं, अचानक एक बेटा पैदा हो गया है. यदि आपके साथ ऐसा हो तो कैसा महसूस करेंगे? मैं भी अभी ऐसा ही महसूस कर रहा हूं.

120 साल से खेली जा रही है कलकत्ता फुटबॉल लीग 
कलकत्ता फुटबॉल लीग का यह 120 सीजन है. पहली बार यह टूर्नामेंट 1898 में खेला गया था. ईस्ट बंगाल ने इसे सबसे अधिक 39 बार जीता है. इसके बाद मोहन बागान 30 खिताब के साथ दूसरे नंबर पर है. तीसरे नंबर पर मोहम्मडन स्पोर्टिंग क्लब है. यह लीग में 11 बार चैंपियन बन चुका है. 

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