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Bandra family misses out on first UK holiday due to British Embassy goof-up

A family of four from Bandra was forced to cancel its vacation to the UK because of an error on the part of the British Embassy staff in Mumbai.

Manish and Shalini Kakkar, along with their 11-year-old twins Tannmay and Tarangg, were offloaded from an Air India flight to London last month after the airline officials at the Mumbai airport found that Tannmay’s passport number did not match with the one mentioned in his visa.

Manish, who works for a leading telecom company, said that this was to be the family’s first vacation abroad, and the cancellation has resulted in them suffering a loss of around 2,800 pounds (Rs 2.7 lakh).

Brussels terror alert: Belgium warns of ‘imminent attack’ as restaurants and …

Follow 1 30000 2015-11-22 09:36:49.0 This page will automatically update every 30 seconds On Off Brussels on highest terror level amid fears of ‘imminent attack’ Manhunt for Paris fugitive Salah Abdeslam, believed to be in Belgium Barack Obama says US and allies will not relent in fight against Isil Bomb threat forces Turkish Airlines flight to divert to Canada Britain set to join strikes against Isil in Syria before Christmas 2 Channel ferries at risk from jihadi terror attack 3 Latest 09:33 4 David Cameron to meet Francois Hollande in Paris Back in Britain, David Cameron is expected to outline his plan for defeating Isil to MPs this week as he seeks to bolster support for UK air strikes in Syria 5 .

The Prime Minister will unveil a seven-point plan in a paper to be published at the end of the week which will include a blueprint for Syria’s future.

If the plan wins the backing of Parliament, bombing raids could start within weeks