Jammu and Kashmir: 2 terrorists killed as infiltration bid is foiled in Kupwara’s Machil sector

An infiltration offer was thwarted in the Machhil area and two terrorists were killed, “said defense spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia.
Kalia said the troops observed suspicious moves along the LoC and challenged the intruders, prompting a fight in which the two militants were killed. The weapons were recovered from the dead militants, the spokesman said.
The latest development came just hours after Pakistan broke the ceasefire in the Arnia area, killing cattle and damaging several properties.
IANS reported that Pakistani forces also used bombs and bombs using mortars, automatic devices and small arms.

On 5 September, the Border Security Force (BSF) recovered the body of an activist killed in an infiltration offer along the international border (IB) in the Arnia area of Jammu district.
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“The body of an activist, killed by troops when they frustrated an IB infiltration in the Arnia sector on Monday, was recovered on Tuesday,” said a BSF official.
On 8 August, the army had thwarted an important attempt by militants to infiltrate Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) in the Machhil area, killing five ultras in the resulting shootout.

“A large infiltration offer has been thwarted in the Machhil sector warning the troops,” a defense spokesman in Srinagar said.
Thirty-eight militants were killed while the army thwarted 22 infiltration offers along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir until June 2017. According to the army, attempts to infiltrate were defeated in the Gurez, Machhil, Naugam and Uri areas on June 6 and 8, in which seven armed intruders were killed.

Oppose ‘Third Party’, Says China on India-Japan’s Northeast Plan

Responding to Japan’s plan to step up investments in northeastern India, China said it was against a “third party” in the region where it has border disputes with India.

In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policy in the east, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was in India on a two-day visit earlier this week, announced the increase in Japanese investment in infrastructure projects such as road connectivity and electricity in the Northeast, an area that New Delhi considers a gateway to Southeast Asia. A joint statement issued Thursday after a bilateral meeting between the two leaders announced the establishment of the Eastern East Forum.

“You also mentioned the policy of the Eastern Law, it has to be clear that the border of the border area of India and China has not been fully delimited. We have disputes in the eastern part of the border,” said Ministry of Foreign Relations spokesman Exteriors of China, Hua Chunying.

“Now we are trying to find a solution through negotiations that are acceptable to both parties and in such circumstances several parties must respect these aspects and any third party should not participate in our efforts to resolve disputes,” Hua said.

Shinzo Abe’s visit came a few days after New Delhi and Beijing agreed to end the longest and most serious military confrontation in Doklam, near Sikkim. The 70-day outbreak began in June, when India dispatched troops to prevent the construction of a road in the remote and uninhabited Doklam area claimed by both China and its ally in Bhutan. India. Delhi says the road is a serious security concern because it is changing the status quo at the confluence of borders between India, China and Bhutan.

The Chinese spokesman, however, said that China is not mentioned in the joint statement India-Japan and that it has never seen innuendo in Beijing as reported by the media. “We are also closely following the Japanese Prime Minister’s visit to India. I have carefully read the joint statement, but I have not found the statement mentioned in the term” China, “he said.

The joint declaration between India and Japan said: “The two prime ministers welcomed the cooperation between India and Japan in the development of Northeast India a concrete symbol of the development of synergies between East India policy and Indo Pacific Free and Open Strategy “.

“India and Japan are important countries in Asia and we hope that the normal development of the relationship can promote peace, development and development and play a constructive role in this process,” said the Chinese spokesman.

In an indirect reference to Japan, Hua said: “We also hope that several parties can defend the rights to freedom of navigation on country flights in different waters.” China and Japan have a dispute over the uninhabited islands called Senkakus by Japan and Diaoyu Islands by China in the East China Sea, where the ships of both countries aggressively patrol the waters around the islands.
Relations between India and Japan – the second and third largest economy in Asia – have grown, such as Mr. Abe and PM Modi, who have a close personal relationship, are increasingly balanced for China to be the dominant Asian power .

Narmada water not reaching farmers due to BJP’s criminal negligence: Congress

Congress on Friday defeated the BJP for “not bringing Narmada water to the farmers” despite the state’s decision for 22 years, saying that the “criminal negligence” of the ruling party was only ” a fraction of the proposed network of canals was constructed. This, said the opposition, resulted in an annual loss of Rs 1 lakh crore to farmers in terms of loss of agricultural production.
Speaking at a press conference, state congressman Bharatsinh Solanki and party spokesman Shaktisinh Gohil said the Narmada project was scheduled to irrigate 19 hectares of lakh land. “But only 3.70 lakh hectares of land have been covered … Although the BJP says the project is over, only 18,000 km of the total of 43,000 km of canals have been built. Instead of blaming Congress for the delay, the BJP should be held responsible for this. ”

“If we are voted for power, we will undertake work as a priority by allocating a separate fund for the construction of the remaining channel network,” Solanki said.
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The Congress also resigned heavily from the BJP government for organizing the “Narmada Mahotsava Yatra”, claiming that such a yatra aims to appease angry farmers and tribes who have not benefited from the benefits of the Sardar Sarovar dam.
“People do not want such yatras, they want water … The yatra faces the protest because people do not get water.” Tribes living along the Narmada Canal do not get water water for irrigation. “If the BJP government wanted, it could have supplied them with water through lifting canals,” they said.

In return for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claims, it was because of his efforts that the Narmada dam had been completed, Solanki said that the dam was designed by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in 1946 when Modi was not even born and that its foundation was laid by Prime Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1961.

“When the Congress ruled on the state, we never used the problem for voting, and the work on the dam was blocked until 1987 because of the environmental releases.” Rajiv Gandhi by releasing 4,166 hectares of forest land that paved the way for construction. When the World Bank, under pressure from global environmentalists, refused to finance the project, the Chief Minister of the Congress mobilized local resources by issuing a guarantee from Narmada to raise funds for the project, “Gohil said, adding that 90 percent of the canals were built during the Congress Rule.

“Increasing the height of the dam will only help generate more hydroelectric power. But Gujarat, under the agreement, did not participate. The power generated will go to Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Gujarat will only receive 9 million acres of water, but a large part of the Arabian Sea is in the absence of canals … Any authorization concerning the dam is given by the Tribunal de Narmada, Narmada Control Authority (NCA) and the Prime Minister did not have in this role because he is not even a member of the NCA. Therefore, Modi asking the closure of the dam doors is absurd, “said Gohil ….

Alwar lynching: Rajasthan civil society decries clean chit to 6 named by Pehlu Khan

Several civil society organizations in Rajasthan reacted strongly to the clean chit given to six people who had been appointed by the milk producer Haryana Pehlu Khan before he died of injuries cow vigilantes attack in Alwar.

Organizations in an open letter to Prime Minister Vasundhara Raje on Friday protested against the police’s decision to acquit them of six criminal charges and also demanded the closure of the cow-smuggling case against the Khan family and others.

The CID-CB of the Rajasthan police in their investigation of the matter lynnage Alwar revealed to them that six persons named in the statement of Khan give to the hospital UCI were not involved in the attack.

Police closed the cases against these men based on their record of appeals and testimony from workers at a cow shelter, HT said Thursday.

Khan, 55, was attacked by suspected vacheurs April 1 in Behror, Alwar, on the Jaipur-Delhi National Highway, while he and five others were transporting cattle bought at a weekly market in Jaipur his village in Nuh, Haryana.

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In the open letter to the CM, the organizations said that it gives a clean chit to the six men that the Rajasthan government and police have demonstrated that they spared violence from the war untied by the vigil.

“It is now clear that the investigation was transferred from the district police to the ICD-CB only to save these men accused of Khan’s murder,” the letter said.

The clean chit given to the six also generated much political heat in the state that mass violence aimed primarily at Muslims in the name of protecting cows, considered sacred by most Hindus, he pushed the country ever since the BJP came to power in the Center in 2014.

Criticizing the Rajasthan Police movement, Congress stated that it would take the case of the murderer Pehlu Khan to the Supreme Court, hearing of the PIL GIL Raksha in September.
The organizations also took a serious exception to the previous observation of Minister Gulan Chand Kataria in the state that Khan was not a producer of dairy products but a cow smuggler.

“His government has been insensitive to Pehlu Khan”, said activists of civil society, adding, “Instead of condemning the heinous crime of murder by leftists, he (Interior Minister) has greeted and added that no they must “take the law into their own hands.”

In the given scenario, they said, it was doubtful whether the probe in the case was impartial.

The open letter also notes that while the defendant’s alleged murder is off the probe, the “false cow-smuggling cases” against Khan, his son and others (FIR No. 252/2017 and 253/2017 at the station Behror police) are always activated. Khan and others had valid livestock purchase documents, he added.

“Six men named by Khan and were removed from the charges against nine others are so low that most of them have already taken the deposit,” said Bhanwar Meghwanshi, Dalit activist who signed the letter.

Kavita Srivastav of the Popular Civil Liberties Union (PUCL) said the organization will provide legal assistance to the son of Azmat Khan and Rafique to challenge the results of the court on duty.

“It was surprising that although the Supreme Court has taken a strong stand on people’s violence in the name of protecting cows and has sought action against such vigilantes, the Government seems to have decided not to take action against hate-sending organizations and engage in violence especially against Muslims, “the letter said.

Citing an article written by Raje in an English newspaper on July 27, there is a mismatch between what she wrote about the violence of the crowd and her intention and political will.

“If you really want to send a strong message against the lynching of the crowd, take action against the murderers of Khan and Zafar Khan (from Prataprgarh) instead of cleaning the crocodile tears in newspaper articles,” he wrote activists.

Pratapgarh municipal employees beat Zafar Khan for allegedly trying to avoid scaring women outdoors and taking their pictures earlier this year.

Narmada Project: Days before PM Modi inaugurates dam, protesters up the ante

The days before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Gujarat for the opening of the Sardar Sarovar gorge, militants opposed to the deployment of tribal families in Maharashtra and in Madhya Pradesh ont passéé l’étape. Jeudi, alors qu’un group of tribal militants and families of protestants in the national capitale, an autre groupe de protestation, mené par l’Alliance nationale du mouvement populaire de Medha Patkar, one directed a dharna in dehors des portes de Mantralaya au Maharashtra
Modi devrait inaugurate les portes nouvellement construites du barrage of Narmada lors de son anniversaire le 17 septembre. The new doors have relevance the height of the sweep to 138.68 meters.

Des centaines de familles issues de hameaux tribaux dans le Nandurbar de Maharashtra pheasants part of the protestant groupe in dehors de Mantralaya.
Contestant the government’s assertion that the rehabilitation work of the families in the barrage submergence zone had been purchased, NAPM activist Yogini Khanolkar added that “the families of Madagascar in Madhya Pradesh and in Maharashtra ne doit pas encore être réhabilitées “.
“In reality, the results of families declared as persons affected by the project (PAP) When the height of the barrier had been raised to 121 meters length of rehabilitation benefits. at-elle déclaré.

Khanolkar was found in the south of Algeria that the villagers were evacuated with force in the temporary openings of hangar and that the rehabilitation sites demeuraient habitable et ne disposaient pas d’installations base. “La montée des niveaux d’eau à menacé la vie et les moyens de subsistance de dizaines de milles de personnes”, the led mémorandum soumis à l’OCM par une délégation des militants.
Alors that the délégation had requested an appointment with the minister Devendra Fadnavis, the latter was in Gujarat for the ceremony of staging of the first train of the balle of India.
Les manifestants ont demanded Fadnavis de ne pas to participate in the 17 September period, to take into account the use of the force for the barrier of faire of manifestations près et au extérieur du lieu de la fonction. Nitin Gadkari. Demonstrators from New Delhi presented a similar representation to the Minister of Water Resources of the Union.

Le gouvernement du Gujarat is an organization dedicated to the inauguration of the doors of new building on September 17. More les manifestaantes ont déclaré qu’une telle célébration ne peuvent avoir lieu d’ailleurs sens sensible où les barrières sont ouverts pour l’eau de détente jusqu’à the réhabilitation of toutes les familles touchées.
Assembly elections are in Gujarat this year. The Prime Minister should use the project of Sardar Sarovar comme une planche électorale. Pendant ce temps, des militants ont menacé de lancer a Jalsatyagraha chez Chota Barda du député depuis vendredi.

Assam Student Jumps Off Building, Police Suspect Blue Whale Challenge

A student in Assam attempted suicide by jumping on the second floor of a building on Wednesday night. Police suspect that this is a case of the self-destructive online game, the Blue Whale challenge.

The 22-year-old student, who is the second year of this undergraduate course, is admitted to a hospital in southern Assam’s Silchar with wounds on his chest and hands. His condition is considered critical. “The matter is under consideration and his handset has been seized,” said police officer Rakesh Rausan.

In recent months, incidents of teenagers who have played and tried different challenges under the Blue Whale Challenge have been rising in the country. The deadly game cost more than 100 lives around the world.

Last month, the Madurai teenager from Tamil Nadu was found in his room. Vignesh’s death is suspected of being linked to the dangerous game after a cool was found in his room. The High Court of Madras took note of the game and asked the central government and Tamil Nadu to explore the possibilities of banning it.

The 17-year-old daughter of a soldier in the Jodhpur of Rajasthan jumped from a cliff into a lake, part of the Blue Whale Challenge. She was rescued by divers and policemen.

The game, originating in Russia, gives a set of tasks to be accomplished over a period of 50 days. Some of the tasks include cutting and isolating, listening to disturbing songs, spending time in cemeteries, watching horror movies and finally jumping from a building. The last task allows the player to commit suicide.

Blue Whale Challenge: Assam college student attempts suicide, admitted to hospital

Blue Whale Challenge is an online game in which the player receives certain tasks to achieve for a period of 50 days and the last task leads the player to commit suicide. The player is also invited to share photos after completing each challenge.

Recently, in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, at least 30 children were tried to play the deadly game. The students used blades and other sharp objects to sculpt whale forms in their arms, Hindustan Times said.

The Assam incident is the latest in a series of reported cases in India of suicide attempts related to the deadly Russian-born game.
In Lucknow, Aditya Vardhan, a 14-year-old boy supposedly hanging in his room. According to his friends, he was playing the game on his cell phone for the past two weeks and was tense.

On September 4, a 17-year-old class XII student committed suicide in front of a racecourse in the Damhh of Madhya Pradesh after playing the deadly game.
In Madurai, 19, Vignesh, a private schoolgirl, committed suicide on 30 August in Madurai after playing the game, after the Madras Supreme Court ordered the central government and Tamil Nadu government to explore the possibilities of banning it .

A petition has also been filed with the Supreme Court requesting a ban on the Blue Whale Challenge. More than 200 people, mostly young children, children under 13, 14 and 15 committed suicide by assuming the challenge of the blue whale, the petitioner said. The apex court sought the center’s answer in the plea.

The Delhi Supreme Court had requested, on August 22, the response of Facebook, Google and Yahoo in a petition to direct them towards the links of Blue Whale challenge.

Ladies! Your Daily Dose of Coffee and Tea May Cut the Risk of Death from Diabetes

Women with diabetes who regularly drink a cup of coffee, tea or other caffeinated beverages can no longer die from cardiovascular disease and cancer. According to a study presented at the annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) in Lisbon, Portugal, consumed more caffeine consumers, less risk of dying compared to those who have never used Previous research has suggested that coffee may prevent or delay the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

The protective effect was dependent on the source of caffeine: higher levels of coffee caffeine consumption were associated with a lower risk of death from any cause, in particular cardiovascular disease; while women who consumed more caffeine tea were less likely to die of cancer. The average daily consumption of coffee is between 100mg and 300mg per day, depending on the age and country.

Dr. Joao Sergio and Professor Davide Carvalho of the University of Porto examined the association between varying levels of caffeine consumption and mortality in more than 3,000 men and women with diabetes from 1999 to 2010. Participants reported their consumption of coffee caffeine, tea and soft drinks when they entered the study using 24-hour diet reminders.

Over the course of 11 years of research, approximately 618 participants died. The researchers found that women with diabetes who had consumed up to 100 milligrams per day had a 51 percent lower chance of dying than those who did not consume caffeine and that women with diabetes who had consumed at least 100 to 200 milligrams per day had a 57 percent lower risk of death compared to non-users.

Among diabetic women who consumed more than 200 milligrams per day (making 2 regular cups of coffee), the reduced risk of death was about 66%. When divided into four groups of tea consumption, the high consumption of coffee among tea consumers had a cancer risk reduction of 80% compared to women whose coffee consumption was zero tea.

‘Mitti ka game’ kabaddi returns to its roots

Surjeet Narwal’s body was sick during an exhausting workout on Monday night, but the demands made on him had barely begun. The 26-year-old, who is part of the Haryana Steelers Pro Kabbaddi League (PKL) franchise, found his phone buzzing with multiple messages, all making the same request.

“Bhaishaab ticket dila do (Please organize tickets for us)”, the texts are read. Narwal must remember and explain himself with discretion. “I have to tell you that I do not really have passes to give, say everything I have, really, it’s new to me,” he said by telephone. It is interrupted in the middle of the conversation by another ticket request. He apologizes once over the phone and again says no to hope in front of him.

A ticket to see a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) match, on his Haryana leg, seems to be a necessity in this part of the country. He is also desperately elusive. This does not prevent people from sleeping on the day of the game outside the Rai Motilal Nehru Sports School where the games are played. Rai is a short drive from Sonepat’s Grand Trunk Road to Delhi.

There are more than a few scalpers here, but they also hope to put their hand on a ticket to turn around by almost three times their value. The printing on the wall of the ticket box with matching dates followed by the words “out of print”, in capital letters, indicates that your hunting will not be easy. In terms of marketing, this stage was a success. Tickets are not cheap. The most expensive for a high seat in a corner of the indoor place of 2,000 seats were valued at Rs 400. The closest retail stock – if it can be marked unmarked for Rs 1,000.

An explanation of this demand is simply a lack of supply. To put it all, there is not much to do in Sonepat or even in Haryana, which borders on the national capital of New Delhi. It’s not funny, there are no glittering malls and the shops are closed before 9pm. So when the PKL, perhaps the most watched Indian league after the Indian League, comes to town for the first time, it’s understandable a big deal. Olympic bronze medalist Sakshi Malik was there the first day, while Yogeshwar Dutt – another bronze winner at the Olympic Games sat in the audience as well. These are not just celebrities. You have teenagers with pointy hairstyles by clicking on selfies and pictures under the title #dhaakadboys next to old Stoics who use pagi (turban) with their arms firmly crossed. There are even some Chinese engineers from one of the many international companies in the industrial districts nearby. Locals use handmade posters, make an ear fracture rack measured at 122 decibels for television cameras. They shout with indulgence “Ehi Mera Haryana (as is my Haryana)” when a writer shouts “Doodh, dahi ka khana (a milk and cottage cheese diet)”.

There is some irony in this scenario of the late arrival of PKL in Haryana. As it is the style of the talent mother with sports, no state is synonymous with kabaddi as Haryana. State players and in particular the Indian Sports Authority training center at Sonepat formed most of the Indian team as soon as the national team won the inaugural gold medal for the sport at the 1990 Asian Games. They counted the parties in the PKL also 93 players in only the 2017 edition – despite the league considered the state unworthy to have its own team until the fifth season. Haryana Steelers, who makes his PKL debut this season, has 13 local players in a 22-player squad.

It is not only the Indians who wonder why this is so. The inhabitants of Nizampur, a border village of Delhi-Haryana with a reputation for prodigious talent, say that before the 2014 Asian Games in Guangzhou, they had some visitors from China. Guests apparently visited the local stadium, questioned the players about their diet and even took soil samples from the village to try to discover the mystery of how the village produced such talent. “Perhaps by air or water, but kabaddi is in our blood,” says Mohit Chhillar, a native of Nizampur and one of the inhabitants of the city of Kabaddi. the stars of the Steelers.

“Go to a village and ask someone,” Hum khelte (We were playing). “From each house there will be a child playing Nickler nahi hogi, from Khelenge (They may not have shorts, but

PV Sindhu continues stunning run, reaches semi-final of Korean Super Series

Sindhu continued his impressive career and advanced to the semifinals of the Korean Super Series 2017. The silver medalist of the Olympic Games and World Championships defeated Minatsu Mitani of Japan 21-19 18-21 21-10 in the fourth final in Seoul on Friday.

The silver medalist of the Olympic and World Games will face the victory of Sung Ji-hyun and Bingjiao. If the Indian wins his semifinal and Nozomi Okuhara wins his semi-final against Akane Yamaguchi, a repeat World Championship final may take place in Seoul.
Three weeks later, the two faced off in the final of the worlds in Glasgow. In this difficult encounter, Okuhara went to the top of Sindhu 21-19 20-22 22-20 to win the gold medal.

The world number four badminton player from India faced a tough Mitani challenge and struggled to get into the first set. He managed to cling to a 21-19 victory in the first game. He led 13-8 in the second set, but Mitani made an incredible comeback and did not give Sindhu a chance to score. She captured the second set 21-18.

Sindhu made it the third game, which dominated from the beginning and opened an early advantage. She led 11-2 to the break and continued her dominance. She took the score to 20-10 before sealing the match and match.
Previously, Sindhu saw Thailand Nitchaon Jindapol 22-20 21-17 in previous quarters. Last year, the Thai player beat the Indian in Syed Modi International.