Indian ambassador gets pat-down at US airport
Updated: 2010-12-10 09:30
NEW DELHI - India is planning to lodge a protest with the United States government over a humiliating pat-down of its ambassador at an American airport by security agencies, sources said Thursday.
The incident took place on December 4 at the Jackson-Evers International Airport where the Indian envoy, who was drapped in national dress sari, was about to board a flight to Baltimore, after attending the Mississippi State University's agenda.
She was pulled from a security line and taken to a VIP waiting room before being frisked hand-on by a female Transportation Security Administration agent, according to local media reports.
This was the second time Shankar had been patted down at US airports, said the reports.
Traditional dresses are becoming High-End favorites with price tags to match.
A growing number of Chinese people are now choosing to go nude for posterity, particularly young women and new brides.
Norwegian Robert Loken knows that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step but in his case it was a sojourn of 6,000 kilometers.
Management consultant delves into Chinese history and five-year plans to find clues to nation's future.