Mexico’s association football federation not faces potential fines over its fans’ use of the Spanish insult “puto,” a slur for a “gay man,” throughout goal kicks, FIFA aforesaid on weekday.
So what did Mexican fans do at the country’s terribly next game, simply hours when FIFA’s edict? Joyously chant “puto” throughout the introduction of each Croatian player earlier than each countries’ vital match-up with Brazil.During the sport, they additionally dilated use of the term from goal kicks to corner kicks, and accessorial fouls, too.
They additionally reached deeper into their crude repertoire of association football chants and regaled the Croatian players with “culero,” that is loosely translated as someone’s backside.For years, Mexican association football fans have tried to distract opposing goalies by shouting “puto” in unison throughout goal kicks. when Mexico’s initial cluster match against Cameroon this month, FIFA aforesaid it had been work the utilization of the term and will impose disciplinary action against Mexico’s association football federation for violating antidiscrimination rules.
But, during this case, FIFA ascertained that Mexican federation wasn’t answerable for its spectators’ conduct, Claudio Sulser, chairman of 2014 FIFA World Cup Live Disciplinary Committee, aforesaid in a very statement weekday.
The state government of Odisha announced that nobody shall be allowed to climb on the chariots and touch the deities for security purposes.This has led to widespread anger and protest among devotees and other religious bodies regarding this matter.Rath Yatra is one of the most prominent festivals of Hindus in India where three deities of Lord Jagannath are carried over huge chariots in Puri, Odisha.
The government has decided that during the yatra, nobody will be allowed to climb the chariots and touch the deities to avoid mishaps during the ride.This is to ensure the safety of the devotees. Only the concerned management should be allowed to stay on the chariot to take care of the deities.
Showing his rage at the state government’s decision, Jagannath Swain Mohapatra, the chief servitor of Lord Jagannath, explained that politics and religion should be kept separate.
“We all want that Rath Yatra 2014 should be organised in the same manner that it has been for ages.There is no necessity of any change, and devotees should visit in the same way that they always do every year. So we urge not to play politics around religion,” said Mohapatra.
The Social Networking Giant Facebook had some serious issues managing its server.The visitors were greeted with an unexpected message on the website saying “Sorry, something went wrong. We’re working on getting this fixed as soon as we can.”This happened on June 19 at 1.40 pm, sending some cold shivers to the people using this service.
This is quite ironical as on Wednesday Jay Parikh, who is Facebook’s vice president of infrastructure engineering explained how hardware and software sophistication behind the scenes results in almost null downtime for the users while speaking at Gigaom Structure 2014 in San Francisco.
Well whatever be the reason there is no denying the fact that people do not expect such sort of errors from a Multi Billion brand like Facebook.Surely Mark Zuckerberg will have lots to say about it.