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People of the city yesterday started receiving calls where a man claimed to have witnessed a murder. The caller said that now the murderers want to kill him as he is an eye witness to the murder and then the caller begs for help. It''s at the end of the call that it''s mentioned that it''s a 'prank' promotional call for Sony Liv new web series.Many people complained about this prank to Mumbai police on social media and explained how the prank left them absolutely horrified.
Two key witnesses in a case of communal violence in north east Delhi in which suspended AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain was booked as one of the main accused, were employed under him and saw him talking to several persons in a "very secretive" manner before the start of the riots on February 24, a charge sheet filed by Delhi Police in a court here has said. Girish Pal and Rahul Kasana said in their statements to the police that on February 24 they were present in the office of Hussain in Khajuri Khas area.
There;s no lie in saying that the Berkshires UFO episode of Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix is wild. But if you need any further confirmation that it is, the memes which have come off the back of the Berkshires UFO story are totally unhinged.The episode tells the stories of people from The Berkshires, Massachusetts, who each recall seeing a UFO and having varying degrees of an extraterrestrial experience on the night of September 1st, 1969. Nobody can get their head around the testimonies of the witnesses, the story itself is creepy AF and by the end of the episode a lot of us actually ... believe?
The program was conducted in an online mode via Zoom platform due to lockdown and physical distancing in view of COVID19 pandemic and witnessed an enormous participation with 150 participants from different universities and colleges across India.Inaugurating the competition, Principal GDC Baramulla, Prof. Mohammad Maqbool Rather emphasised on the need of organizing such events in present times when the conventional mode of academic enterprise is standstill due to lockdown amid COVID19 pandemic.
The contrast couldn t have been more stark. And yet there was no mistaking the echo of his own words from Tokyo on September 1, 2014, during his first bilateral visit to Japan as Prime Minister, four months after taking charge.Addressing a luncheon attended by Japanese and Indian industrialists, Modi said: "Today, we see all around what happened in the 18th century there is expansionism visible kisi desh mein encroachment karna, kahin samundar mein ghus jaana, kabhi kisi desh ke andar ja kar kabza karna in cheezon ki pravritti chal rahi hai (some country is encroached upon, one enters the seas somewhere, sometimes go inside a country and capture territory, we are witnessing such tendencies). "
At least 22 people, including 20 Sikhs - nine men, 10 women and a child - were killed when the driver of a coaster bus they were travelling in reportedly tried to take a shortcut to avoid a railway crossing and rammed the vehicle into a passenger train near Farooqabad in Sheikhupura of Punjab province. The bus had 27 people on board.A day later, the tiny Sikh community in Pakistan is yet to come to terms with the loss. Most families affected by the accident lost more than one member. A man has lost his wife, brother and a four year old daughter while a six month old girl and her three brothers have been left orphaned with both their parents dead. A family has stood witness to its six members being wiped out in one go.
The last time the Modi government made compromises with China, at Doklam in 2017, the satellite warriors were small in number and their impact was marginalised by the projection of Doklam as a victory. The fact that the #8216;victory; was short lived and restricted to stopping China from building a road with a particular alignment, did not get traction because the story hid the truth despite all the efforts of a few satellite warriors. The truth of China s perfidy in Doklam is available through satellite photographs and is yet to reach the popular imagination. The Balakot strike in 2019 witnessed satellite warriors from India, Pakistan and other countries in an information battle space, which involved providing proof of strikes as a success or failure.Also read: PM Modi s silence on LAC stand off is benefiting China. India must change its script
Unfortunately, Pakistan ''s health sector has very few reliable numbers. That means it is developing strategies in the dark hence our interventions mostly fail even with good intentions. Lack of true numbers is bad in any decision making but it ''s an issue of life and death in a pandemic. I have witnessed senior health officials all over Pakistan trying to underreport cases and deaths as they will be judged only on the reported numbers and not how they controlled the outbreak. Health officials and even administrative offices have been suspended or transferred only because they reported cases or deaths. So now many top officials across Pakistan pressure their juniors to report fewer cases of any reportable disease. In the dengue outbreak in Islamabad last year, some senior officials were thinking on the same lines but when we objected to hiding any numbers, Dr Zafar Mirza supported our position. That resulted in a quick culmination of outbreak even when Islamabad alone was reporting around 800 cases daily. Knowing the full scale of cases in a geographic area is a critical component in outbreak control strategy. But the bigger the epidemic the less pressure high officials could take. I am one of the only few who did not agree that Covid 19 will bring a doomsday scenario in Pakistan. I based my analysis on our age distribution and other factors to predict less mortality and morbidity as compared to the West. My own initial analysis showed that we will see a decline in May June even when everyone else was predicting peaks in August or later with greater devastation. So I should be happy to see the daily case numbers and test positivity rates dive. But I am not happy to be proven right because something is not adding up. In the past week, Pakistan has decreased its daily tests by more than 30%. But strangely we also had an almost 30% drop in case positivity rate. These two numbers have an inverse relationship to each other. As countries have scaled up their daily test numbers, they have been able to bring case positivity rates lower and better handled their outbreaks. The countries who are doing less testing have a higher positivity rates and unable to control the outbreak. It seems Pakistan has found some unique strategy to bring both down. In times of a pandemic this strategy should be shared globally for other countries could also do fewer tests and still control the outbreak and save economies. Pakistan ''s outbreak was supposed to peak and come down in these days but don ''t undermine the sanity of true numbers right now. If we are not making up numbers then we need to pay more attention on how to get real numbers. It ''s not about bringing down the current spike but it ''s also the only option to keep a lid on future spikes. Please look at both US and Iran epidemic curves so not to repeat the same mistakes. Numbers don ''t lie but those who collect them could, and do.
Paris based businessman Hadelin de Ponteves, 31, has achieved a lot at a young age. It s because of his relentless hard work and dedication that his online education business continues to flourish. So much so, that while the pandemic proved to be a bane for most businesses, Hadelin s endeavour only witnessed success.
Mumbai: Observing that a public servant is duty bound to speak the truth, the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court recently ordered Maharastra Police to initiate perjury proceedings against a police officer, who turned hostile in a murder case despite being the sole eyewitness. The HC said it could not be a mute spectator in such cases. A bench of Justices Nitin Sambre and Nitin Suryavanshi said, "Prima facie it is clear from the record that the police officer, being a public servant, was duty bound in law to protect the deceased, who was in his custody. In his presence, in the court premises, the deceased was brutally attacked with weapons and murdered but while deposing before the lower court, he has resiled from his previous statement and tried to support the accused. Thus, a prima facie case is made out against him for perjury and it is expedient in the interests of justice to launch a prosecution."
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She said the region around the Indo Pacific and especially where Australia is located is witnessing strategic realignment that is similar to what had happened during World War II. Our security environment has deteriorated far more rapidly and in ways we could not have predicted just four years ago. Our region is now facing the most consequential strategic realignment since the end of World War II, she said at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
One of the largest trade shows in India, IIJS has been recognized globally over the years and has had visitors from over 80 countries and up to 800 cities in India. The show has witnessed over 1300 domestic and international participants for the event and attracts close to 40000 visitors year after year. GJEPC chairman, Colin Shah reportedly said that, the premiere is organized every year in the first week of August, however the lockdown measures not only in India but across the world differs and therefore the jewellery fraternity is finding it hard to collaborate, thereby the postponement. He also said the fraternity will be discussing with the government to come up with safety norms along with ensuring that businesses can start to operate normally. Further he added that IIJS will remain the most awaited events in the jewellery industry for its unique buying experiences and that the team is working on a new format to organize the event without having to compromise on anyone s safety.While Vipul Shah, the Vice chairman of GJEPC said that tentatively they are expecting the situation to normalize by January 2021 in the hope that international delegations and visitors will be able to be a part of the premiere. He also pointed out that 2021 is going to be the ultimate wedding season as a lot of weddings had to be postponed due to the pandemic, which will further cater to the increase in demand for the jewellery and would serve as an opportunity for their retailers to restock their inventory for the post Covid 19 season.
Over the years, unfortunately, many have suffered retaliation for filming the police and releasing the footage. Taisha Allen was assaulted by police and arrested after recording Eric Garner ''s death. Ramsey Orta, who also filmed Garner ''s death, and his family members were allegedly harassed for years; eventually police got revenge on Orta with his imprisonment. Kevin Moore was harassed, doxxed and falsely arrested by the Baltimore Police Department after filming the arrest of his friend Freddie Gray. Witnesses have even been ticketed and arrested for merely sitting in their cars and recording. More recently, a security guard was shot at by police while filming the beating of a protester from inside a building from afar. The individual who recorded the fallout of a 7 year old being pepper sprayed in Seattle was arrested.All of these instances taken together should make it very clear: If you film the police and your identity is known, it is highly probable that you will be retaliated against in some form. You need to be careful, not only in how you record a video, but also in what you do with it afterward. Special consideration should be given to distancing yourself from use of the video.
Surge in the consumer price index (CPI) was witnessed by monitoring the prices of different commodities and services including cost of education, house rent, utility bills and food and beverages, Xinhua news agency quoted the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) as saying. Inflation remained in an upward trajectory since the beginning of FY20 as the government had to hike prices of many things including gas and electricity tariffs to meet the demands of the International Monetary Fund to win a bailout package for meeting budget deficit.
The Third Report of the National Police Commission noted that nearly 60 % of arrests in India were either unnecessary or unjustified. This report was referred to by the Supreme Court in its decision in the case of Joginder Singh 1 . In the same decision it was emphasised that the police undoubtedly had the power to arrest and interrogate, but that power could not be exercised arbitrarily and capriciously. Realising the need for judicial intervention in such matters, detailed guidelines were formulated by the Supreme Court in the cases of Joginder Singh 2 and D.K.Basu 3 , providing inter alia for the memo of arrest being attested by at least one witness (who would be either a member of the family or a respectable person), the arrested person being made aware of his right to have a close family remember being informed of his arrest, the right of the arrestee to meet his lawyer during interrogation, though not throughout the investigation, the constitutional obligation Article 22(2) to have the arrested person produced before a magistrate within 24 hours and for a medical examination in certain cases. A warning was also issued to the police bringing to their notice that a failure to follow the guidelines would entail being punished for contempt of court.Many of the aforesaid guidelines were incorporated in the statute, by amending the Code of Criminal Procedure by adding Sections 41A to 41D,50A,54A,55A and 60A in the fond hope that the process of arrests would now be more transparent and the arrested persons would have additional safeguards over and above those already provided for in Chapter V of the CrPC.
In India''s neighbourhood we have witnessed China''s determined bid to draw Nepal into its sphere of influence. There has also been an attempt to bring Bangladesh closer to China by dangling hugely attractive trade lollipops. In both cases, the targeting of India is apparent... Maybe the next time we hear of the Chinese Consulate in Kolkata bankrolling Dragon Dance troupes in West Bengal and organising junkets for MLAs, we may realise that Beijing s philanthropy isn t exactly purposeless. China s biggest attribute is its long term visionThere is a strong belief in India that China s territorial incursions in Ladakh are specifically aimed at showing India its subordinate place in a unipolar Asia. It is also suggested, not least by some China watchers in our country, that just as the 1962 conflict aimed at puncturing Jawaharlal Nehru s pretensions of being a symbol of post colonial Asian resurgence, this summer s tensions along the Line of Actual Control is calculated to tell Narendra Modi that he has to pay a price for being difficult on issues such as the Belt and Road scheme and India s membership of RCEP.
The first signs of tensions were witnessed on September 11 2019, when a brawl broke out between the Indian and Chinese personnel. Since then the Chinese have been making attempts to block the Indian patrols from proceeding towards Finger 8 on the north bank of Pangong Tso.