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Modi mocked for unfortunate error in tweet

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one of the many world leaders who use Twitter to make announcements and respond to queries, if needed. But a tweet requires careful go-through if you are a dignitary, and he seemed to overlook one of his tweets posted without proper inspection, leading to mockery. A tweet from the Prime Minister of India (PMO) handle sharing the PM’s speech in the Upper House quoted a line from his speech, where he’d said, “Let us work together in providing the poor quality and affordable…

WATCH: BBC uses clips of wrong Bollywood stars in tribute to Shashi Kapoor

The death of veteran actor Shashi Kapoor on Monday was mourned by millions and it was dubbed the end of an era, undoubtedly. The actor’s demise was covered globally but BBC attracted ire of many for an embarrassing goof-up. Actor Shashi Kapoor died aged 79, but the tribute to the star on the broadcaster's flagship news programme mistakenly  used footage of Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor. It comes just days after BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour mixed up a Japanese doctor and a Vietnamese film maker. But neither of…

‘La La Land’ mistakenly announced as best picture in stunning Oscars error

NEW YORK: Barry Jenkins's coming of age drama "Moonlight" won the coveted best picture statuette at Sunday's Oscars -- but the evening ended in chaos as "La La Land" was mistakenly handed the award. Hollywood legends Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, stars of 1967 crime classic "Bonnie and Clyde," were meant to give the evening's top prize to Jenkins's film, but she mistakenly called it for Damien Chazelle's musical. Scenes of confusion and embarrassment followed after the "La La Land" crew -- already on stage and…