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Providing proof that we’re all in this together pictwittercom/a0NrT3LAtT — Jai Dillon (@jaidillon) March 30 2015 This compassionate letter recognizes the effect so many airplane disasters must have had on the aviation industry and aims to "spread the love" by thanking the pilot for letting her see her family "At the end of the day we are all humans just trying to live this roller coaster of a life we have been handed"writes the passenger who signs off as Bethanie Not toomany details about which flight the passengerrefers to in the letter are available but she reveals that she "feelsthe need to reach out and lend a compassionate hand.hoping to create a ripple effect and spread some compassion and understanding" "Thank you for allowing me to live the life I do in Spain and split my time with my family in England too You make the excitement I feel now to see my family possible I hope you get to see your families soon I’ve had a wonderful flight and hope you have too" she further writes In an attempt to reach out to the pilots with a sincere thank you she ends the letter with "You’re making a massive difference and you’re the reason I can smile tonight" Mumbai: Exuding confidence of securing a majority to form the next government at the centre BJP leader Gopinath Munde Wednesday discounted the possibility of seeking support of Sharad Pawar’s NCP "There is no question of the NCP joining the NDA We shall not require them" Munde said responding to speculation that the Nationalist Congress Party was likely to offer support to the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance Gopinath Munde in a file photo PTI Munde’s comments came after a meeting of top party leaders who took stock of the BJP’s performance and the post-results scenario in Maharashtra and the centre Munde reiterated his oft-repeated stance that the five-party ‘Grand Alliance’ in Maharashtra would bag at least 35 of the total 48 Lok Sabha seats they jointly contested Referring to his own probable role at the centre Munde side-stepped the issue of a ministerial berth saying he would take up "any responsibility entrusted by the new prime minister and the BJP" in the event of the NDA forming the next government The BJP deputy leader of opposition in the outgoing 15th Lok Sabha said he has instructed party activists to launch preparations for the Maharashtra assembly election scheduled to be held later this year "Even the assembly election shall be fought under the banner of the ‘Grand Alliance’ (Mahayuti) A joint coordination committee of all the alliance partners shall be formed after the Lok Sabha results are announced" he added IANS Sydney: Australia’s government was trying to confirm reports that an Australian teenager was among a group of suicide bombers from the Islamic State movement that struck Iraq’s embattled Anbar province The Islamic State group claimed in an online statement that it used foreign fighters from Australia Belgium Syria and Uzbekistan in Wednesday’s attack in which at least 13 suicide car bombs exploded almost simultaneously in Ramadi the provincial capital of Anbar killing two soldiers and wounding eight One photo that was posted featured a white van driving down a dusty street alongside an image of a young man who closely resembles 18-year-old Australian Jake Bilardi sitting behind the wheel Representational image Reuters "I can confirm that we’re seeking to independently verify that he was part of this suicide bombing attack" Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Thursday "The news appears very grim but we are seeking to independently verify it" The British press labeled Bilardi the "White Jihadi" in December after images of him armed with a rifle in front of Islamic flags appeared on social media sites The teen left his home in the southern Australian city of Melbourne in August and headed to the Middle East Bishop said he had been on Australia’s radar for several months and in October she canceled his passport on the advice of the country’s security agencies Last year the Australian government passed sweeping counterterrorism legislation that made it easier for officials to cancel the passports of people they suspect of engaging in extremism The law also makes it a crime for Australians to visit certain terrorism hot spots overseas "If these reports are confirmed this is another tragic example of a young Australian being lured to a senseless and violent death by a brutal terrorist organization that is intent on imposing suffering and misery not only in Iraq and in Syria but beyond" Bishop said Bishop would not comment on an unsourced report by the Australian Broadcasting Corp that said Bilardi had left a series of homemade bombs in his Melbourne home before leaving for the Middle East The ABC reported that Bilardi’s family found the devices after he left and alerted authorities who then began tracking his movements overseas Victoria state police later said in a statement that they first learned about Bilardi when he was reported missing in late 2014 While searching his home police found chemicals that could be used to construct an explosive device — but no actual devices were found At least 90 Australians are currently fighting with and supporting terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria and more than 20 have already been killed Bishop said They are among about 100 whose passports have been canceled to prevent them joining militants or from returning home More than 30 fighters have returned to Australia and at least 140 people in Australia are actively supporting extremist groups according to the government Two Australia-born brothers aged 16 and 17 were stopped at Sydney Airport last week on suspicion they were heading to join Islamic State fighters Associated Press Panaji/Agartala/Gangtok/Guwahati: Hundreds of thousands cast their vote Saturday in four states in the fifth phase of elections marking the halfway mark in India’s 10-phase staggered polling A polling booth Representational image AFP Till now over 170 million people have cast their vote across the country in 111 constituencies to choose from more than 1500 candidates in the elections that began 7 April and will end 12 May Counting takes place 16 May On Saturday balloting took place in three constituencies of Assam two seats of Goa Tripura’s second Lok Sabha constituency and Sikkim’s lone parliamentary constituency Sikkim also saw assembly elections The voter turnout was high in all the four states and electioneering was largely peaceful Dhirendra Ojha director in the Election Commission said that Tripura’s second Lok Sabha seat recorded a voter turnout of 818 percent while Sikkim recorded 76 percent voter turnout Both of Goa’s seats and Assam’s three seats saw 75 percent balloting said Ojha Goa known the world over for its beaches saw brisk polling with queues forming at the polling stations since morning Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar after casting his vote said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would win both seats and that voters have come out in large numbers to vote out the corrupt Congress-led United Progressive Alliance "Goa does not see lines like these in the Lok Sabha election otherwise" he said The state has over a million voters The main contenders for the North Goa seat are sitting MP and BJP candidate Shripad Yesso Naik Congress candidate Ravi Naik and Dattaram Desai from the Aam Aadmi Party Aleixo Reginaldo from the Congress and BJP’s Narendra Savoikar will fight it out for the South Goa seat which the Congress has won in 10 out of 14 Lok Sabha elections Enthusiastic voter turnout was also seen for Tripura’s second Lok Sabha seat "Balloting took place in Tripura East (reserved) constituency with no untoward incident..

Congress’s Lalit Mohan Suklabaidya and Radheshyam Biswas of the AIUDF are contesting.

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