Trump makes 3 spelling mistakes in 21-word tweet, trolled
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was left embarrassed after making three spelling mistakes in one 21-word tweet attacking Hillary Clinton, the media reported on Sunday.
 
In a tweet criticising his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, Trump wrote: "Hillary Clinton should not be given national security briefings in that she is a lose cannon with extraordinarily bad judgement & insticts." 
 
Trump's tweet echoed a statement made by Clinton in May, when she called him an "unqualified loose cannon", the Independent cited CBS News report.
 
However, Twitter users were quick to point out the three spelling mistakes in his short tweet: "lose" instead of "loose", "insticts" instead of "instincts", and "judgement" instead of the correct US spelling of the word, "judgment".
 
"There is no scenario to ever exist where you have not been the loosest cannon in the room," the Independent quoted well-known model Christine Teigen as saying in a tweet.
 
This is not the first time Trump has misspelled words or made typos on the social network.
 
"Every poll said I won the debate last night. Great honer!" he wrote in February, in a tweet that has since been deleted after people pointed out the correct American spelling was "honor".
 
He also once spelled the word "choker" in two different ways within the same tweet, also in February: "Lightweight Marco Rubio was working hard last night. The problem is, he is a choker, and one a choker, always a hocker! Mr. Meltdown."
 
And at a rally in Knoxville, Tennessee last November, the poster on his podium had misspelled the state, using only one "s".
 
Former Republican President George W. Bush was also known for his gaffes and verbal slip-ups, sometimes known as "bushisms", the Independent reported.
 
According to Slate, in 1999 Bush said, "The important question is, how many hands have I shaked?"
 
And in 2000, he said in Florence, South Carolina: "Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?"
 
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    Internet links biggest fear for Indians on the move: Survey
    Not high roaming bills but the lack of internet connectivity is the biggest fear of Indians while travelling, a survey revealed on Wednesday.
     
    Nearly 34.5% of people feared the lack of mobile network while travelling while just 6.9% are afraid of high roaming bills, said the survey conducted by web brower Opera and lifespan accommodation company Wudstay.
     
    "Internet connectivity is an important pre-requisite for travellers. People prefer being connected to the internet in order to share updates when on the move," said Sunil Kamath, Vice President, South Asia and Southeast Asia, Opera.
     
    About 7.8% Indians are concerned about losing their smartphones during the journey.
     
    The survey also showed that 32.8% Indians use mobile data for social media posts while 28.4% use their mobile data to find information about the places they are visiting. 
     
    Nearly 16.4% people use their mobile data to stay connected with their family and friends, whereas 17.2% of people spend their data using GPS while travelling.
     
    The survey also revealed that about 13.8% people are willing to go without food for an entire day for a lag-free internet connection. 
     
    Interestingly, 14.7% will give up on showering during their entire vacation to enjoy a great internet connection.
     
    While 33.6% of people reported they are willing to sacrifice drinking for an evening to have a good internet connection another 28.4% will not use a restroom for six hours to have a good internet connection. 
     
    "Technology drives the experience of the modern traveller. This survey has helped us identify what is essential for our customers," added Prafulla Mathur, Founder and CEO, WudStay.
     
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    Legendary singer Mubarak Begum Shaikh dead at 80
    Legendary Bollywood playgback singer and ghazal maestro Mubarak Begum Shaikh passed away after prolonged illness at her residence late Monday night, a family member said.
     
    Known simply as 'Mubarak Begum', the Rajasthan-born singer was a widow and breathed her last at 80.
     
    She is survived by her son Hussain, daughter-in-law Zarina and granddaughter Sana with whom she was living for many years.
     
    "She breathed her last around 10 p.m. on Monday night at her Jogeshwari home. She had been ailing and hospitalised frequently since over a year with various health problems," her daughter-in-law Zarina Shaikh said on Tuesday.
     
    Her funeral will be held on Tuesday around 11 a.m. at the Oshiwara Muslim Kabrastan, Zarina added.
     
    Born in Sujangarh, with proficiency in both Hindi and Urdu, Mubarak Begum launched her career with the All India Radio (AIR) with singing programmes and light musical recitals.
     
    She moved to Mumbai 70 years ago and sang her first playback song in 1949 for the film "Aaiye" for which the music was composed by the late music director Nashad.
     
    That was the launch of a notable singing career spanning over 110 films over four decades till the early 1980s.
     
    Besides playback singing, she used to give regular stage performance and musical concerts.
     
    Among her most memorable numbers were "Kabhi tanhaiyon me, hamari yaad ayegi" (Mahari Yaad Aayegi-1961); "Mujhko apne gala laga lo, ai mere hamrahi" (Hamrahi - 1963); "Neend udd jaye teri, chainse sone wale" (Juaari - 1968); "Wo na aayegi palat ke" (Devdas - 1955); "Wada humse kiya, dil kisiko diya" (Saraswatichandra - 1968).
     
    Over the years, Mubarak Begum was beset with financial difficulties and her family had to appeal for monetary help to take care of her medical bills.
     
    A few people, including Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar and Bollywood superstar Salman Khan helped her out in times of dire need, while recently Education Minister Vinod Tawde sanctioned her hospitalisation expenses.
     
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