Controversial law AFSPA extended for 6 months in Nagaland amid protests Controversial law AFSPA extended for 6 months in Nagaland amid protests

Controversial law AFSPA extended for 6 months in Nagaland amid protests

Pakistan bought 25 fighter aircraft from China Pakistan buys an entire squadron of 25 multi-role J-10C fighter jets from China  Pakistan has bought an entire squadron of 25 multi-role J-10C fighter jets from China. Pakistan has bought these aircraft in response to India's purchase of Rafale fighter jets. Pakistan's Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed gave this information on Wednesday.  Sheikh Rashid Ahmed told reporters in Rawalpindi that an entire squadron of 25 J-10C aircraft would participate in the Pakistan Day celebrations on March 23 next year.  The J-10C is considered one of the best fighter aircraft of China. The J-10C is capable of flying in all types of weather. Pakistan, however, has a fleet of US-made F-16 class fighters.    Danish Siddiqui received the RedInk 'Journalist of the Year' award, died while working in Afghanistan The Chief Justice of India presented Siddiqui with the prestigious award "for his work in investigative and influential news photography". Danish's wife Frederick Siddiqui received the award.   Photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, who lost his life while working in Afghanistan, has been awarded the 'Journalist of the Year' award-2020 posthumously by the Mumbai Press Club. Chief Justice of India N. V. Raman presented the annual 'RedInk Awards for Excellence in Journalism' at an event organized by Mumbai Press Club on Wednesday.  He presented Siddiqui with the prestigious award "for his work in investigative and influential news photography". Danish's wife Frederick Siddiqui received the award.   Paying tribute to the journalist, the Chief Justice said, "He was considered one of the foremost photo journalists of this period. If a picture can speak a thousand words, then his pictures were novels.  Senior journalist Prem Shankar Jha (83) was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award "for his long and distinguished career of sharp and analytical writing".  Congratulating Jha, the Chief Justice said, "His reputation in the field of hard work, highest ethical standards and tremendous intellect is unparalleled in this field."  The Mumbai Press Club instituted 'The RedInk Awards' a decade ago to recognize good investigative and feature writing and to raise the standard of journalism in the country. Apart from Siddiqui and Jha, several other journalists were honored in 12 categories under the 10th edition of the awards.     NDTV's Saurabh Shukla receives Red Ink Media Award in Politics (TV) category NDTV's Saurabh Shukla has received the Red Ink Media Award. He has received this award in the Politics (TV) category.  Saurabh Shukla of NDTV India has received the country's prestigious Red Ink Award. He has received this award in the category of politics of TV journalism. Saurabh had shown in his news that after the lockdown, people suffering from food crisis are standing at ration shops and they are finding it difficult to get ration. There was a lot of discussion about this ground report even then. In the story, the claim of the Arvind Kejriwal government of Delhi was investigated in which it was said that during the lockdown, arrangements have been made for people's food at many centers. During the lockdown, on April 7, Kejriwal had said that we will also make arrangements for food for those who do not have ration cards from April 8.  It can be thought that there was a lockdown on 24th March and by 8th April, even those people who do not have ration cards would not have got proper food. For such migrant laborers who do not have ration cards, such rules were made for them to register by visiting the website. If the website does not work at this time, then the pain of such people can be easily understood, Saurabh went to the centers at various centers to know their pain by talking to such people who had to face many problems due to lack of ration card. . His story got a lot of praise from everyone.    Family appeals on Twitter to find missing daughter, suspects of being under the influence of the spiritual world Bengaluru Police says that there was no CCTV at the place where the teenager was dropped. They are checking his online activities.  A surprising case has come to light in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka. Here a girl is missing for the last two months and the police have not been able to trace her till now. Police is calling it a complicated matter. To trace the minor daughter, the parents have appealed to the people on Twitter. Anushka, 17, a resident of Bangalore, left the house on October 31 with two pairs of clothes and Rs 2,500 in cash. Two months later, her parents are still searching for their only daughter.    The girl's mother said, "She had been ignoring us for some time. We know that she loves us. She will definitely come back to us."  Anushka was just like any other girl, but her parents noticed a change in her behavior for the first time in September. He felt that she became a recluse and lived in a severed state.   The girl's father said, "I took her to the counsellor. We noticed a change in her behaviour. She had stopped talking to us, was lost in herself and was distancing herself from household chores. "  Anushka's parents suspect that she has been influenced by reading online about Shamanism, the spiritual world, that is, the practice of establishing contact with spirits or gods and goddesses. It is an ancient healing tradition, known to connect with the spirit world.   Her father said, "It seemed that someone influenced her. She is a minor. She is not in a position to take her own decisions. She told me that she wanted to adopt Shamanism."   Anushka is a 12th pass out and was reportedly influenced by spiritual life coaches and psychedelic educators like Sahara Rose and Kamya Buch. He reportedly talked to his parents about learning about the process of connecting with the spiritual world.   Bengaluru Police says that there was no CCTV at the place where the teenager was dropped. They are checking his online activities.    Controversial law AFSPA extended for 6 months in Nagaland amid protests  Demand for withdrawal of AFSPA law is gaining momentum after 14 civilians were killed during an anti-militancy operation in Nagaland's Mon district on December 4.  The controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in Nagaland has been extended for another six months amid heavy protests. This law gives wide powers to the security forces. The period of AFSPA has been extended at a time when the Army Court of Inquiry is conducting an inquiry into the death of civilians by 'mistake' during an anti-militancy campaign on December 4.  The Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act or AFSPA gives the military a wide range of powers to operate freely anywhere in areas that have been declared "disturbed areas". In the area where AFSPA is in force, no army personnel can be prosecuted without the approval of the Centre.  Let us tell you that during the anti-militancy operation in Mon district of Nagaland on December 4, there was a 'disturbance' and 13 civilians returning after working from the mine were killed in the shelling of Para Special Forces personnel of the Army. In response, the villagers attacked, which resulted in the death of a jawan.  After the death of civilians, the demand to withdraw the AFSPA law is gaining momentum. Protests were also held in many districts including Nagaland's capital Kohima to withdraw AFSPA. In this, there was a demand to ban AFSPA.   The Center has constituted a high-level committee to look into the possibility of removing the AFSPA in order to defuse the rising tension after the death of common people. The committee was formed after Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Nagaland and Assam Chief Ministers Neiphiu Rio and Himanta Biswa Sarma respectively.  According to news agency PTI-language, a notification of the Ministry of Home Affairs said, "The Central Government is of the opinion that the territory of the entire state of Nagaland is in such a disturbed and dangerous condition that the use of armed forces is necessary to assist the civil administration." Is.''   According to the notification, "Therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section three of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 (No. 28 of 1958), the Central Government shall, for a period of six months with effect from the 30th day of December, 2021, declare the whole of the State of Nagaland to be 'disturbed'. declares the area.

Pakistan bought 25 fighter aircraft from China

Pakistan buys an entire squadron of 25 multi-role J-10C fighter jets from China

Pakistan has bought an entire squadron of 25 multi-role J-10C fighter jets from China. Pakistan has bought these aircraft in response to India's purchase of Rafale fighter jets. Pakistan's Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed gave this information on Wednesday.

Sheikh Rashid Ahmed told reporters in Rawalpindi that an entire squadron of 25 J-10C aircraft would participate in the Pakistan Day celebrations on March 23 next year.

The J-10C is considered one of the best fighter aircraft of China. The J-10C is capable of flying in all types of weather. Pakistan, however, has a fleet of US-made F-16 class fighters.

Danish Siddiqui received the RedInk 'Journalist of the Year' award, died while working in Afghanistan

The Chief Justice of India presented Siddiqui with the prestigious award "for his work in investigative and influential news photography". Danish's wife Frederick Siddiqui received the award. 

Photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, who lost his life while working in Afghanistan, has been awarded the 'Journalist of the Year' award-2020 posthumously by the Mumbai Press Club. Chief Justice of India N. V. Raman presented the annual 'RedInk Awards for Excellence in Journalism' at an event organized by Mumbai Press Club on Wednesday.

He presented Siddiqui with the prestigious award "for his work in investigative and influential news photography". Danish's wife Frederick Siddiqui received the award. 

Paying tribute to the journalist, the Chief Justice said, "He was considered one of the foremost photo journalists of this period. If a picture can speak a thousand words, then his pictures were novels.

Senior journalist Prem Shankar Jha (83) was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award "for his long and distinguished career of sharp and analytical writing".

Congratulating Jha, the Chief Justice said, "His reputation in the field of hard work, highest ethical standards and tremendous intellect is unparalleled in this field."

The Mumbai Press Club instituted 'The RedInk Awards' a decade ago to recognize good investigative and feature writing and to raise the standard of journalism in the country. Apart from Siddiqui and Jha, several other journalists were honored in 12 categories under the 10th edition of the awards. 


NDTV's Saurabh Shukla receives Red Ink Media Award in Politics (TV) category

NDTV's Saurabh Shukla has received the Red Ink Media Award. He has received this award in the Politics (TV) category.

Saurabh Shukla of NDTV India has received the country's prestigious Red Ink Award. He has received this award in the category of politics of TV journalism. Saurabh had shown in his news that after the lockdown, people suffering from food crisis are standing at ration shops and they are finding it difficult to get ration. There was a lot of discussion about this ground report even then. In the story, the claim of the Arvind Kejriwal government of Delhi was investigated in which it was said that during the lockdown, arrangements have been made for people's food at many centers. During the lockdown, on April 7, Kejriwal had said that we will also make arrangements for food for those who do not have ration cards from April 8.

It can be thought that there was a lockdown on 24th March and by 8th April, even those people who do not have ration cards would not have got proper food. For such migrant laborers who do not have ration cards, such rules were made for them to register by visiting the website. If the website does not work at this time, then the pain of such people can be easily understood, Saurabh went to the centers at various centers to know their pain by talking to such people who had to face many problems due to lack of ration card. . His story got a lot of praise from everyone.

Family appeals on Twitter to find missing daughter, suspects of being under the influence of the spiritual world

Bengaluru Police says that there was no CCTV at the place where the teenager was dropped. They are checking his online activities.

A surprising case has come to light in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka. Here a girl is missing for the last two months and the police have not been able to trace her till now. Police is calling it a complicated matter. To trace the minor daughter, the parents have appealed to the people on Twitter. Anushka, 17, a resident of Bangalore, left the house on October 31 with two pairs of clothes and Rs 2,500 in cash. Two months later, her parents are still searching for their only daughter.  

The girl's mother said, "She had been ignoring us for some time. We know that she loves us. She will definitely come back to us."

Anushka was just like any other girl, but her parents noticed a change in her behavior for the first time in September. He felt that she became a recluse and lived in a severed state. 

The girl's father said, "I took her to the counsellor. We noticed a change in her behaviour. She had stopped talking to us, was lost in herself and was distancing herself from household chores. "

Anushka's parents suspect that she has been influenced by reading online about Shamanism, the spiritual world, that is, the practice of establishing contact with spirits or gods and goddesses. It is an ancient healing tradition, known to connect with the spirit world. 

Her father said, "It seemed that someone influenced her. She is a minor. She is not in a position to take her own decisions. She told me that she wanted to adopt Shamanism." 

Anushka is a 12th pass out and was reportedly influenced by spiritual life coaches and psychedelic educators like Sahara Rose and Kamya Buch. He reportedly talked to his parents about learning about the process of connecting with the spiritual world. 

Bengaluru Police says that there was no CCTV at the place where the teenager was dropped. They are checking his online activities.

Controversial law AFSPA extended for 6 months in Nagaland amid protests


Demand for withdrawal of AFSPA law is gaining momentum after 14 civilians were killed during an anti-militancy operation in Nagaland's Mon district on December 4.

The controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in Nagaland has been extended for another six months amid heavy protests. This law gives wide powers to the security forces. The period of AFSPA has been extended at a time when the Army Court of Inquiry is conducting an inquiry into the death of civilians by 'mistake' during an anti-militancy campaign on December 4.

The Armed Forces (Special) Powers Act or AFSPA gives the military a wide range of powers to operate freely anywhere in areas that have been declared "disturbed areas". In the area where AFSPA is in force, no army personnel can be prosecuted without the approval of the Centre.

Let us tell you that during the anti-militancy operation in Mon district of Nagaland on December 4, there was a 'disturbance' and 13 civilians returning after working from the mine were killed in the shelling of Para Special Forces personnel of the Army. In response, the villagers attacked, which resulted in the death of a jawan.

After the death of civilians, the demand to withdraw the AFSPA law is gaining momentum. Protests were also held in many districts including Nagaland's capital Kohima to withdraw AFSPA. In this, there was a demand to ban AFSPA. 

The Center has constituted a high-level committee to look into the possibility of removing the AFSPA in order to defuse the rising tension after the death of common people. The committee was formed after Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a meeting with Nagaland and Assam Chief Ministers Neiphiu Rio and Himanta Biswa Sarma respectively.

According to news agency PTI-language, a notification of the Ministry of Home Affairs said, "The Central Government is of the opinion that the territory of the entire state of Nagaland is in such a disturbed and dangerous condition that the use of armed forces is necessary to assist the civil administration." Is.''


According to the notification, "Therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section three of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 (No. 28 of 1958), the Central Government shall, for a period of six months with effect from the 30th day of December, 2021, declare the whole of the State of Nagaland to be 'disturbed'. declares the area.

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