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NEW DELHI nike air force 1 bianche e blu , June 27 (Xinhua) -- A nationwide outrage has broken out after an elite club in the Indian capital asked a woman, who came dressed in a traditional northeastern Indian attire, to leave, prompting the club management to make an apology Tuesday.

Tailin Lyngdoh, who is from the northeastern state of Meghalaya, was wearing the traditional Khasi tribal dress when she went to the Delhi Golf Club with her employer, Nivedita Barthakur nike air force 1 bianche e oro , Sunday, after they were invited for lunch by a member of the club.

Some 15 to 20 minutes into the lunch, she was reportedly asked to leave the club by the staff as she "looked like a domestic help in the traditional dress."

However, after a massive outrage in the social media against the club for being insensitive, the Delhi Golf Club said: "An apology has been made to the member who had brought the guest. This has been unconditionally accepted."

"We have sought an explanation from the staff and disciplinary action is in process," it added.

Lyngdoh has, however nike air force 1 rosse e nere , said that she was very hurt over the incident. "I have travelled almost all over the world and several parts of India and have had food in the best hotels and clubs. But no one has hurled abuses or commented on my dress," she told the media.

People from the northeast are often racially abused in Delhi and its adjoining areas like Gurgaon and Noida, despite the government taking stern action against such practices.

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Cheap phone tapping device monitors a person's real-time travel routes. (Photo: The Beijing News)

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In China, position locators and phone tapping devices can be bought online or in brick-and-mortar stores such as those in Zhongguancun, Beijing's electronics hub, despite the fact that China has outlawed the production and sale of such devices.

Zhou Ming, a private detective, uses the technology to serve clients who want to spy on their spouses or debtors.

For 2,000 yuan (about $300) and up nike air force 1 bianche e nere , Zhou helps people monitor the locations of those they want to track, and also provides audio and video surveillance.

To show how it works, Zhou holds out a black box the size of a cigarette pack from a drawer. It's a GPS locator with a built-in cell phone card, he says.

The device can be attached to the bottom of a car, a car seat or other hiding places, and works quietly for 720 hours. There's also a mobile app that goes with it.

For audio surveillance, one only needs to send a text message to the phone card inside the box and dial the phone number. The box will automatically tap the voices around it.

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Some people are using wire tapping devices to steal the privacy of strangers.

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The regulation that banned the production, sale and use of surveillance devices by any individual or institution came into effect on May 1.

Ma Zengwei, a lawyer with Beijing's Limin Law Firm, said the devices are getting more and more sophisticated. He urges the government to enlarge the definition of such devices and enhance law enforcement over their production, sale and use.

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Castro, accompanied by staunch ally Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, led the rally in the heart of Havana, which was held under the banner "United in the Construction of Socialism."

Major Cuban dailies featured images of the massive event with up to one million people participating despite grey weather and occasional showers.

Cubans dressed in red and white waved banners and chanted revolutionary slogans, reflecting an atmosphere of optimism generated by Cuba's recent political and diplomatic victories, including bringing the United States to the negotiating table after more than 50 years of snubs, and being the virtual guest of honor at the recent Summit of the Americas nike air force 1 nere basse , a gathering it was previously not even invited to.

"This May 1 was one of the most beautiful ever celebrated in Cuba," a reader by the name of Teresita Jorge posted on the website of the Cuban News Agency (ACN).

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