A Chinese student and his girlfriend were sitting at a McDonald’s outlet in Manhattan, New York, when an elderly woman began her racist tirade against them as they had not ordered any food by then. The woman went on to call them ‘foreign dogs’.
While many people offered her support, many users also slammed her and suggested instead of complaining she should consider losing “some weight” and said one should not cause inconvenience to others for their “laziness”.
In a post that is now being widely shared, Preeti Singh writes about the plight and humiliation she faced on July 17, when she tried to avail of Uber’s services. But it is clear she’s not alone when it comes to being discriminated.
People have slammed the mall authorities and asked how Indian attires were unacceptable in India. People have started a campaign online to boycott the mall.
After people called out Twitter user Udyot Khuas for hate-mongering, he reportedly deleted the tweets saying that it was not him, but his friend who had posted them before. Renuka Shahane took screenshots of the derogatory tweets as well as the ones in which he is apologising and posted them on Facebook.
Filmed by a passerby, the video – which has now gone viral and is evoking strong reactions online – shows a Muslim man being stopped on his way to the mosque, just because a woman thought he was wearing too many clothes for a hot day, and was thus suspicious.
“But that was then. And this is now. Somewhere between 1984 and 2014, Indians lost that spine,” Sam Ish wrote as she observed about the current situation when, say for instance, Junaid was getting killed, people around Ramesh was reportedly egging him on.
Shafeek Subaida Hakkim and Divya AV, who were in the city for some work, were refused a room at Olive Residency in Sudhama Nagar’s Annipuram Main Road. On seeing their IDs and realising that the man was a Muslim and the woman a Hindu, the receptionist refused them room.
The nine hours that Khushbu Kaushal spent in Georgia were the “scariest and the worst” of her “travelling life”; she said she was kept in a room and her pleas for some food and water were not heeded to.
The couple has a three-year-old child and was expecting their second child due in September. According to Claudia Ruiz, Pedro’s aunt, they pulled the dangerous stunt to increase their followers on social media.
Many people from the north-eastern states raised their voice on social media, highlighting that this is the kind of everyday racism they face in their own country. A few users also started posting pictures of their own wearing the traditional dress and asking if they look like a ‘maid’.
“You are the kind of people who will create rifts between Hindus and Muslims too,” said Thakur in the video, after the party workers made false accusations on the cops. She warned that their hooliganism might lead to people believing that they are actually BJP’s goons.
The white guy noticed an elderly Sikh man on a plane and feared for his life as he mistook the later as a terrorist probably because of his turban and beard. His racist Snapchat story has now gone viral on Twitter with many others fearing they cannot travel safely anymore.
“People who have done this are not English. They are not Christians. In fact, God forgive me in your holy month, they are animals. They are pigs,” the old woman, identified as Julie from Ilford in the video, was heard saying, before she apologised to the Imam.
The footage is from a bus in Turkey, wherein a man hits a woman for wearing shorts during the holy month of Ramzan. The attacker was detained shortly afterwards but was set free after questioning. During the interrogation he reportedly said he had been “provoked”.
In the video, she can be seen saying, “You’re brown, you’re brown. You’re all attacking me because I’m white.”
A US woman assumed a Latino family to be Indian and accused the cashier of making her wait in the long queue.
People on social media immediately took note of the post, and strongly condemned it.
Manchester Arena Attack: ‘It shocks me every time that we hear this sort of news that attacks like this can happen, and especially when there will be so many children at this concert tonight,’ James Corden said in a video condoning the brave spirits.
The unverified Twitter account has now been suspended, but screenshots of the messages are being shared on the micro-blogging site.
Her mother Bhawna Rastogi took to Facebook to describe the accident and alleged negligence against the staff.
The dancer touched the singer inappropriately and did not pay any heed to her discomfort. It was only when he threw him to the ground that the producers revealed the entire thing was a prank.
A Facebook post by activist is creating a lot of buzz online.
After photos of Aylan Kurdi and Omran Daqneesh, a picture of a photographer holding an injured boy in his arms has moved people across the world on social media.
Advocate about the perfect figure, the author highlighted that 36-24-36 is also taken into consideration in beauty pageants.
The short clip going viral shows the seemingly disoriented man repeatedly saying he wants to go home.
The doctor refused to get off the overbooked flight as he had to reach the hospital in the morning.
“I wouldn’t rent to you if you were the last person on Earth,” the Airbnb host told the Asian-American law student.
The elderly woman’s daughter revealed that the airline’s company have just given her a minor compensation but have not issued a formal apology.
Karthik Srinivasan has been posting one tweet a day in protest against an opt-out programme that a private bank has for preferred customers
On March 6 this year, Ram Vilas Paswan, the minister of consumer affairs, food and public distribution announced that mineral water bottles will only be sold at standard rates in hotels, airports and malls.
Aditi Mittal, Tanmay Bhat, Rohan Joshi, etc., tweeted their strong-worded opinions about the issue.
Sandeep also founded Droom in 2014. Radhika Aggarwal is presently the founder and chief business officer of the Gurgaon-based online retailer.
A blog on Medium written by an anonymous girl went viral on Sunday, claiming the author had been molested on multiple occasions by TVF found Arunabh Kumar.
An ugly, unpleasant sight comes to the mind even as we think of it.
‘Veg meals which pantry car person was selling at Rs 90 was priced only Rs 50.’