THE TINDER MURDER – How Priya Seth murdered her Tinder Date and cheated thousands of Men

Dushyant Sharma did not know that meeting a woman on Tinder and lying about his identity would prove fatal for him. He was murdered by a serial criminal in Jaipur called Priya Seth and her boyfriend Dikshant Kamra in collusion with Lakshya Walia on May 3, 2018.

Dushyant was brutally murdered and stuffed in a suitcase by the trio, his body dumped mercilessly on outskirts of Jaipur. This wasn’t Priya’s first crime.

She ran an escort site through which she had duped thousands of men in her own confession and also intimidated many with false cases under women centric laws. This video details the sequence of events in this case and how Priya Seth duped thousands without any fear.

Shot, Edited, Reported by: Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICYE358tA9Y&feature=youtu.be

 

 

Freeland announcing compensation for metals sector as she unveils list of U.S. products to be hit with tariffs

The federal government will announce a compensation package for Canada’s steel and aluminum industries on Friday when Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland releases the final list of U.S. products to be slapped with retaliatory tariffs starting Sunday.

Freeland, accompanied by Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains and Employment Minister Patty Hajdu, will make the announcement in Hamilton — the heart of Canada’s steel production and home to roughly a third of the 23,000 workers directly employed in the industry.

Both measures are a direct response to the 25 per cent tariffs U.S. President Donald Trump imposed on Canadian steel and aluminum imports nearly a month ago under a little-used national security provision in American law.

They also signal Canada’s willingness to fight the $16.6-billion in tariffs rather than capitulate to Trump’s protectionist agenda.

“Our point to the government has always been that we expect the Canadian tariffs to be truly reciprocal to protect producers and jobs in this country,” said Joseph Galimberti, president of the Canadian Steel Producers Association.

“If it’s 25 per cent being put on steel going to the U.S.,  it has to be 25 per cent on steel coming into Canada.”

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/tariff-list-freeland-trump-1.4727179