Visitors Barred From Carrying Laptops, Tablets At American Centres


The statement also emphasised that there will be no facility for visitors to store these devices. The embassy did not cite any reason behind the decision.

Starting today, visitors carrying laptops or tablets at the American centres in the national capital, Mumbai and Kolkata will not be allowed entry.

The restriction on "personal electronics" will apply to all models of laptops and tablets, including netbooks, chromebooks, iPads, Kindles, and MacBooks, a US embassy statement said.

The embassy did not cite any reason behind the decision.

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India Vs England: Shikhar Dhawan In Hospital Ahead Of Kolkata ODI

Indian opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan was on Friday rushed to a hopsital following an injury scare after the team landed in Kolkata ahead of the third and final One-Day International against England. Dhawan reportedly had some issues on his left thumb, where he had suffered a minor fracture during the Test series against New Zealand last year, as per sources quoted by PRI. Dhawan had continued his poor run of form in the first two ODIs against England, scoring 1 and 11 runs in Pune and Cuttack, respectively.

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ISIS suspect Abu Musa planned to attack Mother House in Kolkata; target was American, British and Russian visitors

That ISIS suspect Abu Musa had planned to attack Mother House in Kolkata.

He had chosen Mother House in Kolkata as it is a soft target and has American, British and Russian visitors.

Reportedly, Musa's plan was in retaliation to the bombing of IS forces in conflict-ridden Syria and Libya State, NIA sources added.


For Facebook Post On Mamata Banerjee, Student Named On Big Banner

 A debate with friends on Facebook on Mamata Banerjee has turned into a nightmare for a 21-year-old engineering student in Kolkata.

On Friday, she criticized the Bengal Chief Minister's parade for Goddess Durga. On Sunday, her post became a giant street-side banner in the Dum Dum area, where she lives. "We condemn the criticism of the Chief Minister," it reads in bold letters.

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