Where is ‘Papa’s angel’ Honeypreet? Hunt intensified along Nepal border

Where is ‘Papa’s angel’ Honeypreet? Hunt intensified along Nepal border

The patrol has intensified along the Indian-Nepal border in Maharajganj and surrounding neighborhoods to make up for the foster daughter of Dera Sacha Sauda’s head, Honeypreet Insan.

Police said Wednesday that officials from central intelligence agencies and the state have camped in Maharajganj for a few days and strictly monitor movements along the border.

Honeypreet Insan was reserved for Haryana for inciting violence after the conviction of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

Honeypreet posters with a public call to inform the police if they noticed, were stuck on the walls along the streets and the police station in Sonauli Maharajganj near the border with Nepal.

All Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) border crossings have been targeted to ensure Honeypreet does not escape.

“They were alerted and asked to verify the identity of individuals before allowing cross-border security personnel,” SSB Deputy Inspector General Ranjeet Singh said.

A high alert has also been reported in Lakhimpur, Balrampur, Siddharthnagar, Bahraich and Shrawasti – other neighboring districts of Nepal.

UP share an open border of 599.3 km with Nepal touching seven districts – Pilibhit, Lakhimpur Kheri, Bahraich, Sravasti, Balrampur, Maharajganj and Sidhharthnagar.

Female civilian personnel were also deployed to monitor suspects and vehicles carrying goods were also checked.

“The patrol of public places like cinemas, hotels, trains and bus stations has also intensified,” said DIG.

“We are taking all precautionary measures to maintain law and order,” he said.

Haryana police had issued an observation notice for Honeypreet and teams were formed to arrest him with other defendants.

The 50-year-old Dera chief, who is in Sunaria Rohtak Prison, was sentenced to 20 years in prison by the CBI court for violating two of his disciples.

Gujarat riots: Amit Shah backs Maya Kodnani, says she was in assembly, not Naroda Gam

Gujarat riots: Amit Shah backs Maya Kodnani, says she was in assembly, not Naroda Gam

BJP President Amit Shah said on Monday in a special court that former Gujarat minister Maya Kodnani was in the State Assembly and later in a government hospital, the day of riot murders in Ahmedabad in February 2002.

Shah appeared as a defense witness for Kodnani, who is accused of inciting a mob that killed 11 people in the Naroda Gam area of the city on February 28, 2002. He has already pleaded guilty and sentenced to life perpetuity in a separate case of riots in the Naroda Patiya area of Ahmedabad.

The riots broke out across Gujarat after a bogie of the Sabarmati Express was set on fire on suspicion of Muslim mob in Godhra in February 2002. The fire killed 59 Hindus, mostly Karsevaks or returning volunteers from Ayodhya, where the Hindu groups and rival Muslims are locked in a conflict of several decades in a religious site. The blaze triggered three days of retaliatory attacks throughout the state, leaving about 1,000 people, mostly Muslims, dead.

Shah told the court on 28 February to leave the assembly building in Gandhinagar for the Sola Civil Hospital in Ahmedabad, where the bodies of fire victims had been taken. He said that Kodnani was also present.

“Mayaben Kodnani was not Naroda Gam but the State Assembly at 8:30 am From 9:30 to 9:45 I was in the civil hospital and I met Maya Kodnani there,” Shah told the IANS news agency.

The BJP president said police escorted Kodnani and in a safe place after the rebel mobs surrounded the hospital. He said he did not know where Kodnani was going, the PTI news agency said.

Shah, however, said he did not know whether a firm in a Kodnani attendance record had submitted evidence in support of his, defense lawyers and prosecutors said.
But the lawyer on both sides interpreted Shah’s presentation differently.

“Amit Shah testified in favor of Kodnani,” said defense lawyer Chetan Shah.
However, prosecuting attorney Samshad Pathan challenged Kodnani’s presence at the meeting and later in the hospital not necessarily forced.

“Amit Shah told the court, Maya Kodnani was at the morning meeting and saw the hospital around 11:30. That shows that she was present at Naroda Gam, when the violence took place,” Pathan said.

The government of Narendra Modi in Gujarat. Last week, the court convened Shah as a witness at the request of Kodnani, who was Minister of Foreign Affairs and Child Welfare in the government of Narendra Modi of Gujarat. Kodnani had initially asked the court to summon Shah and 13 others in his defense in April this year to prove that he was not present at Naroda Gam on February 28 when riots broke out there.

According to his request, and Shah, he wanted to prove that MP Sarkhej followed the meeting and then to the Sola Civil Hospital when the riots broke out.
Kodnani has been released on bail for health reasons since 2014.
In 2009, the Supreme Court has set up six special courts to expedite trials in cases related to one of the worst religious unrest in the country.

Niti Aayog vindicates UPA’s claims on poverty alleviation

Niti Aayog vindicates UPA’s claims on poverty alleviation

Niti Aayog vindicates UPA’s claims on poverty alleviation

Vindicant the position of the UPA government in eliminating people from poverty, voluntary India’s national evaluation report on the implementation of sustainable development goals in the United Nations said sustained growth 8.3% from 2004-2005 to 2011-2012 and 6.2% 1993-1994 in 2003-2004 “profit generated

Employment and wage increases helped, which allowed the poor directly. “Niti Aayog led the preparation of the report as part of its coordinating role for Agenda 2030 for sustainable development.

The review report was presented to the UN last week and will be discussed at a meeting of the Multilateral Agency’s High-Level Political Forum in July.

The 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda called on several countries to begin efforts to achieve 17 targets set over the next 15 years.

“This has also led the government to a larger volume of income that allows it to withstand high levels of social spending and thus double the direct impact of growth in poverty,” the report said, adding that the establishment implemented various control measures Of the anti-poverty programs as against MGNREGA helped the weakest sectors of society. “The Mahatma Gandhi National Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA), for example, has generated more than 2 billion person-days of employment in 2016-17, largely for disadvantaged sections of the population. The society, “according to the report, pointing out that women and disadvantaged groups were the main beneficiaries of the employment guarantee system in rural areas, which represents 56% and 39% of workdays generated during the year Past, respectively.
Data released in 2013 by the previous Planning Commission, which was replaced by Niti Aayog showed that from 2004 to 2005, about 2 people were removed from poverty each year from 2004-2005 resulting in fewer people Below the Tendulkar poverty line to 270 million in 2011 to 2012 compared to 407 million in 2004-05.

“There is compelling evidence that India’s rapid growth has resulted in economic reforms initiated in 1991 leading to a significant reduction in poverty. Poverty has declined in all economic, social and religious groups throughout the country, and In all states of the post-reform era, “Niti Aayog said in the report. He emphasized these points in his first objective of sustainable development “to put an end to poverty in all its forms everywhere.”

In addition, the voluntary screening report also emphasizes the importance of food security to address the adverse effects of poverty. “A direct consequence of poverty is food insecurity.

To remedy this problem, the National Food Security Act provides a substantial quantity of food grains to nearly 75 percent of the population in rural areas and 50 percent of the population in urban areas at affordable prices in the low Target public distribution system. He told me. The PDS program offers 5 kg of wheat or rice per person per month at subsidized prices.

In the future, the report says that efforts are needed to ensure that access to basic services, ie universal water and sanitation, are priority areas outside programs already underway, including housing for all, access to Education, health and nutritional security. Pay particular attention to “vulnerable groups such as women and children.”

In the opening statement of the report, Vice President Niti Aayog Arvind Panagariya noted that while India remains committed to protecting the environment, the success of the Paris Accord compelling other signatories “to fulfill their commitment.”

“These … include the provision of financial resources worth $ 100 billion a year to developing countries,” he wrote. Recently, the United States abandoned the Paris agreement, which aims to reduce global carbon emissions.

“Even in the fight against poverty, India remains committed to protecting the environment. As part of its national contributions, India has committed to reducing the intensity of emissions per unit of GDP by 33-35% in 2030 compared to its 2005 levels.

In addition, it plans to create an additional carbon sink from 2.5 to 3 billion tons with additional tree cover, “said Panagariya.

It’s not about privilege, but accountability

It’s not about privilege, but accountability

It’s not about privilege, but accountability

The current stop in Karnataka between the legislature and the media reflects the “gray areas” in the functioning of Indian democracy. To be fair, we must recognize that this is not the first time these conflicts have arisen.

This may be the last. Our democracy seems more eager to present the “privileges” of focusing on “responsibilities.”

It is assumed that these privileges are enjoyed to allow one to exercise and fulfill their responsibilities for oneself.

In this controversy, both sides seem to have turned the battle into a “rights and privileges” rather than “accountability and responsibility.”

During the launch of The National Herald Benglauru, Rahul Gandhi said, “the government requires everyone to be silent,” referring to the Center. These criticisms of the position adopted by the state legislature could also argue that Gandhi’s words were not heard by his party mates.

In the same sense, we also have to ask who will “keep our guard”? What happens if the press that exists to freely and equitably articulate the different contours of the public debate, does not respect and does not respect the norms of fair play. The “fence” that can afford to eat the harvest?

The current situation of stagnation in Karnataka, where the President of the Assembly ordered the police to arrest two journalists for defaming the legislature and its members, has many facets.

First, what constitutes the “privilege” of a chosen house? Can a legislative office, by itself, prevent the press from violating the privileges and the question that must be arbitrated by an institution independent of the two? Opposition MPs have already made assumptions about the President’s motion and asked if the house wanted.

It was also reported that the House’s privilege committee would hesitate to demand the arrest of journalists. In addition, one of the complaints against journalists was presented by the President, when it was the home of a private member.

It is important to ask yourself, when you can have the “power” to take action, does not prudence encourage “to act in moderation” in relation to “the exercise of power”? We must also recognize that the media investigative journalism and the unilateral presentation of various issues leaves much to be desired.

Many reports in the media address a problem or event, either as “black” or “white,” and it is in this context that the article raised the issue of ‘keeping watch. ”

While we respect the unequivocal freedom of the press, it may be useful to think of moderation and the most powerful ombudsman means to deal with the media.
Institutions in a democracy must be respectful, do not require it. Will all the parties involved be willing to go beyond prestige and exercise greater moderation in the interest of the common good?

This does not seem likely, but it is a movement that must begin immediately, so over time, various institutions recognize and respect the role of each as the pillars of mutual democracy.

The political scientist and director of the research center for social sciences and education

OnePlus 5 Launch Set for June 20; India Launch Set for June 22

OnePlus 5 Launch Set for June 20; India Launch Set for June 22

OnePlus 5 Launch Set for June 20; India Launch Set for June 22

If there is a leak and uncertainty about 5 OnePlus that have previously caused frustration, there is good news. OnePlus has confirmed the launch date of its next smartphone and feature, as it turns out, will be released on June 20, the same date it has leaned toward a filtered picture poster that has surfaced on the Internet earlier this week . In India, the launch date is June 22, with a planned event at NSCI Dome in Bombay at ITS 14h.

OnePlus confirmed that it plans to launch its OnePlus 5 smartphone later this month and, like the company’s previous smartphones, the launch event will be streamed online on the company’s website starting at 12 EDT-21 : 30 pm IST – June 20. While the company will host an emerging event on the very day of launch in New York with special guests including founder of the company Carl Pei and Marques Brownlee (also known as MKBHD) planning to host emerging events in Paris, Amsterdam , Berlin, Copenhagen and the next day. There will also be an emerging event planned for London, but the company has not specified the date and details of the event.
As we mentioned, the Indian launch event is separated, and fans can participate by buying tickets from India site Monday, June 12, Fans will receive a gift basket full of gifts that the company adds , While a limited number can buy the OnePlus 5 smartphone in the event itself. Present at the event will be founder and CEO Pete OnePlus Lau.
OnePlus OnePlus Launches 5 India

To remember, in terms of optics, the filtered specs suggest that OnePlus 5 will come with a 23-megapixel rear sensor and a 16-megapixel camera at the front for self-shooting. As the phone has a dual-camera configuration on the back, as the 23-megapixel sensor fits into the scheme of things is clear today.

In addition to the cameras, OnePlus 5 must run Android 7.1 nougat out of the box and has a 5.5 inch screen. The successor to OnePlus 3T has been suggested to be powered by a Snapdragon 835 SoC 2.35 GHz octa-core along with 8GB of RAM. The OnePlus 5 comes with integrated 64GB and 128GB storage options.

According to officially available information, we know that OnePlus 5 will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC will carry a fingerprint sensor before and will come with a camera developed in association with DxO. The company also tried a sample of the camera with excellent performance in low light.