Friday, 15 September 2017

Muslims hold rally in Agartala against atrocities on Rohingyas in Myanmar

Agartala: Hundreds of Muslims from different parts of Tripura under the banner of Tripura State Jamiat Ulema Hind held a massive protest yesterday against the atrocities on Rohingya Muslims by the Myanmar state authorities.

The protest march against the genocide and atrocities on the Rohingya Muslims raised slogans against Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi and gave slogans such as "Stop the genocide" and "UNO, break your silence".

" Rohingyas should get nationality and all those who have taken refuge in various nations should return peacefully to the nation. India and Bangladesh should also do this and till the Rohingas are living as refugees food and shelter should be arranged for them," said another protestor.

The leaders of Tripura State Jamiat Ulema Hind accused the Burmese government of treating Rohingya Muslims so cruelly that has never been witnessed across the world.

The Muslim leaders also accused that women and small children are being thrashed and burnt alive, mass rape and the whole world is keeping mum over it.

The protesters also raised slogans against Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, the State Counselor and Leader of the National League for Democracy of Myanmar.


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Saturday, 19 August 2017

Barcelona attack: 17-year-old key suspect Moussa Oukabir shot dead, confirms police

Barcelona: 17-year-old Moussa Oukabir, the prime suspect in Barcelona attack has been shot dead by police in the nearby seaside town of Cambrils, authorities confirmed last night.

Six by-standers were wounded, one critically and another seriously. A police officer was also lightly injured in the counter-terror operation.

One of the suspects involved in the Barcelona attack was found dead in a car three kilometers from where police officers tried to stop him by firing at the vehicle he was in.

Two suspects, one from Morocco, one from the Spanish enclave of Melilla, were arrested in connection with the Barcelona attack, Catalan Police Chief Josep Lluis Trapero said.

At least 14 people were killed and more than 100 were injured on Thursday when a van crashed into a crowd that regularly throng Barcelona`s Las Ramblas boulevard, a destination popular with tourists.


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Monday, 31 July 2017

Sharp spike in natural disasters impacting agriculture, data shows

The spate of floods in Assam, West Bengal, Gujarat among other parts of the country this monsoon season is part of a global phenomenon that shows a marked increase in frequency and extent of natural disasters in the last six decades or so, data has revealed.

EM-DAT (The International Disaster database) has found that the number of disasters in India went up from three in the decade of 1900-1909, to as many as 186 a century later. And this decade, in the last seven years (2010-16), India has already seen 107 disasters.

The spurt began in the 1950s, coinciding with the decades that show a sharp increase in population in the country. From 1900 to 1949, the number of disasters in India increased from three in the first decade (1900-1909) to nine in 1940-49. Census figures show that India’s population rose from 238 million in 1901 to 361.1 million in 1951. But thereafter the population grew from 439.3 million in 1961 to 1.2 billion in 2011.

Experts say increase in demographic pressure and human activity haves a direct impact on climate change. On the other hand, the resultant changes will impact humans severely.

“The negative impact of climate change on agriculture is well established. The Indian farmer is more vulnerable because climate change impacts disproportionately. The poor are hit harder,” said Vijeta Rattani of the Centre for Science and Environment .

The World Bank said in a report last year that by 2050, India will need to import twice the amount of food grain it does now, due to climate change.

The UN body Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that of the total damage caused due to such extremities, the damage to agriculture in developing countries is 22%.

Though separate numbers are not available for India, experts expect this to be much higher because of the number of households involved in agriculture -- about 47% of the population.


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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

NSA दौरे से पहले बोला चीन, दोनों देशों के बीच डोकलाम विवाद के पीछे डोभाल

बीजिंग. सिक्किम विवाद को लेकर चीन के सरकारी अखबार ग्लोबल टाइम्स ने एनएसए अजीत डोभाल पर निशाना साधा है। डोकलाम पर चल रहे विवाद के पीछे उसने सीधे तौर पर डोभाल को बताया है। ये बयान उस वक्त सामने आए हैं, जब अजीत डोभाल 27 जुलाई को ब्रिक्स नेशनल सिक्युरिटी एडवाइजर की मीटिंग में हिस्सा लेने के लिए बीजिंग जाने वाले हैं।
सख्त एक्शन लेने की धमकी
- अखबार ने 1962 की जंग का उदाहरण देते हुए लिखा कि अगर भारत ने अपनी सेना नहीं हटाई तो चीन इस पर सख्त एक्शन लेगा। 
- आर्टिकल में लिखा गया कि चीनी सेना इतने कड़े एक्शन ले सकती है, जिसके बारे में भारत सोच भी नहीं सकता। 
- अखबार में लिखा गया कि हमें नहीं लगता कि भारत चीन के साथ जंग के लिए तैयार है। अगर वो जंग का रास्ता चुनता है तो चीन अपनी रक्षा के लिए पूरी तरह सक्षम है और दिल्ली को इसके लिए बड़ी कीमत चुकानी होगी। 
- अखबार का ये आर्टिकल उस वक्त सामने आया है, जब चीन की ओर से इस मुद्दे पर कड़ा रुख अपनाया गया है। 
- इधर, डोभाल के दौरे से भारतीय मीडिया में ऐसा माहौल बना रहा है कि जैसे उनके इस दौरे के बाद सबकुछ ठीक हो जाएगा।

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

China backs joint energy development with Philippines in disputed sea

Manila: China`s foreign minister on Tuesday said he supported the idea of joint energy ventures with the Philippines in the disputed South China Sea, warning that unilateral action could cause problems and damage both sides.

Wang Yi, on a two-day visit to Manila, made the remarks after President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday said a partner had been found to develop oil fields and exploration and exploitation would restart this year.

Both countries claim the oil and gas reserves, and a deal on sharing could be seen as legitimising the other side`s claim, or giving away sovereign territory.

Wang also said China and Southeast Asian countries were firming up a maritime code of conduct framework, showing the world they could handle differences.

However, in a veiled reference to the United States, he said it was important for regional friends to stand up to outside interference.

"If there are still some non-regional forces in the region, they don`t want to see stability and want to stir up trouble, we need to stand together and say `No` to them together," he said.

In the latest confrontation, Chinese fighter jets intercepted a US Navy surveillance plane over the East China Sea at the weekend, according to US officials.

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Monday, 24 July 2017

छोटा राजन के शार्प शूटर खान मुबारक के फेसबुक दोस्तों की होगी छानबीन

इलाहाबाद (जेएनएन)। स्पेशल टास्क फोर्स के हत्थे चढ़े छोटा राजन गैंग के शूटर खान मुबारक के बारे में गहराई से जांच शुरू हो गई है। एसटीएफ अब उसके फेसबुक फ्रेंड को खंगालते हुए दोस्तों के बारे में जानकारी जुटा रही है।
अब तक की जांच में पता चला है कि इलाहाबाद समेत कई जिलों के युवा खान के फेसबुक फ्रेंड हैं। इसमें छात्र नेता से लेकर बिल्डर, कारोबारी और कुछ विदेश में रहने वाले शख्स भी शामिल हैं। कुछ युवतियां भी हैं। एक युवती की प्रोफाइल से पता चला है कि वह इलाहाबाद की रहने वाली है और इलाहाबाद विश्वविद्यालय की छात्रा रही है।
ऐसे लोगों के कारोबार, उनकी गतिविधियों के बारे में पता लगाया जा रहा है। साथ ही खान मुबारक के गिरोह से जुड़े रहे शातिर अपराधी राजेश यादव जैसे लोगों पर भी एसटीएफ की पैनी नजर है। एटीएफ को छानबीन में ऐसी जानकारी मिली है कि खान मुबारक के एक खास दोस्त की दोस्ती कुछ पुलिस वालों से भी है।
फिलहाल एडिशनल एसपी एसटीएफ प्रवीण सिंह चौहान ने बताया कि खान मुबारक के गिरोह से जुड़े लोगों और फेसबुक पर बने दोस्तों के बारे में छानबीन करते हुए नजर रखी जा रही है। खान मुबारक को लखनऊ एसटीएफ ने गिरफ्तार करते हुए असलहों का जखीरा बरामद किया है।

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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Berlin summons Turkish envoy over detention of German human rights activist

Berlin: Berlin on Wednesday summoned Turkey's ambassador over the detention of a German human rights activist and issued a fresh warning about the NATO partner's respect for the rule of law.

"The Turkish government needs to immediately and directly hear the German government's outrage and incomprehension as well as its crystal-clear expectations in the case of Peter Steudtner, and this time without diplomatic niceties," foreign ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer said.

Last week Turkey asked legislators to postpone a scheduled visit to a NATO base in Konya, the German foreign ministry said, expressing "regret" about the decision.

The dispute came after Germany last month pulled out 260 troops from Turkey's Incirlik base, from where a multinational coalition is fighting the Islamic State jihadist group, and redeployed them and their Tornado surveillance jets to Jordan.

Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert said Wednesday that in the current context, any progress on Turkey's bid to join the EU was "not on the cards".

He pressed Ankara to consider what relationship it wanted to have with the 28-member bloc given the outstanding "questions about the rule of law" and democratic values in the country.


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Monday, 17 July 2017

Air India flight suffers bird hit while landing in Kolkata

Kolkata: An Air India flight from Delhi with 254 passengers and crew on board suffered a bird hit while landing at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport here on Monday, an AI spokesman said.

The impact was, however, negligible. The aircraft AI 401 had a normal landing at around 9.05 a.m.

"It was a negligible impact," the spokesman told IANS.

The spokesman said the aircraft has not suffered much damage.

However, as a result, the Kolkata-Delhi return flight, that was scheduled to take off at 10.15 a.m., was delayed and will now take off at 5.30 p.m.

There are 240 passengers on the Kolkata-Delhi flight. The same aircraft was supposed to fly them, the spokesman said.

"But as it was thoroughly checked as per standard operating procedure, the flight got delayed. We are arranging an alternative aircraft for flying out the passengers," the spokesman added.


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Friday, 19 May 2017

Rose valley chit subsidize trick: Trinamool MP Sudip Bandyopadhyay gets safeguard

CUTTACK: The Odisha high court on Friday allowed contingent safeguard to Trinamool Congress MP Sudip Bandyopadhyay, who was captured by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) regarding Rose valley chit finance trick on January 3.

Sudip's guidance had argued in court that the government official was not the slightest bit required in the trick. Moreover, as Sudip is truly sick so he ought to be allowed safeguard yet CBI had eagerly restricted the supplication.

Introducing its solid stand,CBI's guidance had advised court that the exploring organization has as of now documented chargesheet against him and the test will be influenced if Sudip is allowed safeguard by court.

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Thursday, 18 May 2017

Vladimir Putin offers transcript to demonstrate Donald Trump did not pass insider facts to Russia

Sochi/Moscow: Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that US President Donald Trump had not unveiled any insider facts amid a meeting in Washington with Russian authorities and offered to demonstrate it by providing Congress with a transcript.

Two US authorities said on Monday Trump had uncovered characterized data about an arranged Islamic State operation to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov when they met a week ago, diving the White House into a new contention only four months into Trump`s residency.

Trump, whose organization has been resolute by claims that Russia helped him win the White House and that he and his partners are excessively comfortable with Moscow, has guarded his choice to talk about knowledge with the Russians after media reports of the meeting frightened some U.S. furthermore, remote government officials.

President Putin sent his trademark mockery on Wednesday to clarify he thought the allegation that Trump had uncovered privileged insights ridiculous.

"I addressed him (Lavrov) today," a grinning Putin told a news gathering with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni in the Russian Black Sea resort of Sochi.

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Cops act mischievously with I-T authority's relatives

UDAIPUR: An IRS officer has held up a dissension of trouble making and mauling against cops at the Ambamata police headquarters here on Saturday.

Baig who announced the matter online to the Prime Minister's Office said that the occurrence occurred around 8.40 pm on Friday when few policemen jumped into his home. Every one of them were inebriated. Two of them were in garbs while others were thoughtful dressed. They manhandled Baig's sisters when they attempted to stop them and slapped his sibling when he got some information about their personalities. At the point when Baig mediated and requested a court order, the cops undermined him and said that they would come back with a bigger compel and after that he would need to see more. The authority detailed the matter to the SP who requesting that he give a composed protestation. Later it was realized that it had been an instance of mixed up way of life as the policemen had a warrant to be served to another person with a similar surname yet they entered the official's home. On Saturday, two constables among the group who had supposedly gotten rowdy, were expelled from the police headquarters and sent to lines, sources said. Specialists maintained a strategic distance from to remark. 

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Monday, 8 May 2017

Donald Trump's little girl Tiffany to go to Georgetown Law School

New York: Another Trump is going to Washington. Tiffany Trump, the most youthful little girl of the president, will select at Georgetown University Law School this fall, as per her sibling. Eric Trump, who uncovered the school decision, got his college degree from Georgetown.

Tiffany Trump, 23, is the little girl of President Donald Trump and his second spouse, Marla Maples. She moved on from the University of Pennsylvania, her dad's place of graduation, prior this year.

The White House did not react to a demand for input about Tiffany Trump's decision of a graduate school.

Generally because of her reviews, Tiffany Trump was a moderately uncommon sight amid her dad's crusade. She delivered a generally welcomed discourse finally summer's Republican National Convention that endeavored to acculturate her dad past his blunt, all-business outside.

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Friday, 28 April 2017

ED registers tax evasion case in Narada sting case

Kolkata: In greater humiliation for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Enforcement Directorate has enlisted illegal tax avoidance case in Narada sting case, professedly including Trinamool Congress pioneers.

EC's activity comes after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) a week ago recorded a FIR against 13 individuals, including senior TMC pioneers who were purportedly observed taking cash, in the Narada case.

The Calcutta High Court had requested the CBI to direct a preparatory investigation into the matter. The request was tested by the West Bengal government in the Supreme Court, which declined to give alleviation on March 17 and gave the CBI one month to close the preparatory test and record a FIR, if required.

The Narada discussion ejected in race bound West Bengal in March a year ago when Narada News gateway transferred video film purportedly demonstrating the Trinamool pioneers getting cash in return of favors to an invented organization.