An Indian teenager died accidentally while clicking a selfie with a handgun. Ramandeep Singh, a teenager of 15 years from Pathankot, Punjab while posing for a selfie with a handgun, pulled the trigger and shot himself accidentally in the head. He was rushed to the hospital in a nearby city but was succumbed to his head injuries. The selfie proved fatal to his life and he was declared dead. Police are continuing with the investigations and it has been found that the gun the victim used belonged to his father. No foul play was suspected.
India continues to lead the world in number of tragedies as a result of selfies. Several countries all around the world have declared zones where people are prohibited from clicking selfies. Similarly in a tragic accident at Nagpur in March of last year, India seven teenagers drowned and lost their life, while clicking selfie in a boat, which led to the capsizing of the boat. 19 out of the 49 selfie caused deaths around the world are from India. This has led several cities in India imposing restrictions for taking selfies in urban areas.
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The customers of the well known Trump chain of hotels have been victims of a hacking attack, which has been going on for the past year. The details of credit and debit cards of customers used at several Trump hotels in various locations have been hacked by unknown individuals or group of individuals. Customers’ details were also hacked at the gift shops and restaurants within the hotel.
The management in an official statement announced that the hotel is working along with Federal Investigation authorities to trace the perpetrators. Also, the hotel in an effort to win back the goodwill of customers have announce free one year of identity theft protection to the victims. This crime occurred at the following Trump Hotel Locations: Soho, New York, Miami, Hawaii, Chicago, Las Vegas and Toronto. The Trump group of hotels is owned by US Presidential candidate, Donald Trump. He is the chairperson of the group of hotels and his children occupy several executive positions in the hotels.
It is to be noted that several other luxury chains of hotels, such as Mandarin Oriental have also had similar data attacks on their customers earlier this year. FBI officials are actively involved in this investigation and hope to nab the hackers quickly.