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Navab Hayath Sharif manhandles Dutch YouTuber Pedro Mota in Bengaluru, arrested

Bengaluru police have arrested a trader identified as Navab Hayath Sharif for misbehaving with a Dutch Youtuber Pedro Mota

‘Luckily, a viewer came to help me’: Korean vlogger Hyojeong Park narrates how she was harassed by Mobeen Chand and Mohammad Naqeeb Ansari

Even this experience, according to Hyojeong Park, will not change her perception of India because "it is the people who have done wrong." "It will not change in any way.

Korean vlogger harassed in Mumbai by Mobeen Chand and Mohammad Naqeeb during a live stream, both arrested after social media outrage

Korean vlogger live streaming from Mumbai streets gets molested by Mobeen Chand and Md Naqeeb, accused arrested

Agra: Tourists from Thailand in traditional dresses denied entry to the Taj Mahal for wearing masks and metal crowns

Tak Mahal administration denied entry to a group from Thailand because they were wearing traditional dresses with metal crowns

Greece: 22-year-old British tourist dies after being hit by helicopter rotors while attempting to take a selfie

The man was struck when he walked behind the Bell 407 helicopter while its engines were still running.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates Indo-Pak border viewing point in Banaskatha district of Gujarat

Amit Shah inaugurated the Indo-Pak border viewing point in Nadabet's Banaskatha on Sunday morning

New Zealand YouTuber Karl Rock’s blacklist term may end this month, had insinuated govt of India’s personal vendetta against him in recent video

Controversial YouTuber Karl Rock once again laments that he has been targeted and gagged by the Indian Government

Nine tourists from Delhi die in Himachal Pradesh after boulders fell on their vehicle, crucial bridge in Sangla valley collapses in the rockslide

Large chunks of rocks fell on Batseri village in Himachal Pradesh, killing 9 tourists in a vehicle and injuring 3, one bridge also collapsed

Manali: Four tourists from Punjab arrested for attacking the public with swords when asked to reverse their car

A case has been registered under the Arms act and relevant sections of the IPC against the tourists from Punjab, who openly brandished swords on the road in Manali to threaten locals.

PM Modi expresses concerns over tourists thronging markets at hill stations without masks amid raging pandemic

PM Modi warned the tourists, flouting Covid protocols, that the third wave of the pandemic would hit the country only when we invite it

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