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UN body asks India to give protection to Journalist after hate Campaign

The United Nations human rights experts on Thursday, 24 May, released a statement calling Indian government to “urgently protect” journalist Rana Ayyub,who has received death threats following an online hate campaign.

According to the statement, Ayyub received gang-rape and death threats after she was falsely quoted in a tweet on 20 April, 2018. The malicious tweet claimed that Ayyub was supporting child rapists, stating that Muslims were no longer safe in India.

While she clarified that the tweet was false, her phone number and residential address was posted online, continuing the threating messages.

The statement pointed out that the government is responsible for ensuring that a prompt and thorough investigation is undertaken.

“We are highly concerned that the life of Rana Ayyub is at serious risk following these graphic and disturbing threats,” the UN experts’ statement read, also pointing at the murder of another Indian journalist, Gauri Lankesh.

दिल्ली कैंट बोर्ड: सीलिंग मामले में एफआईआर दर्ज।

हाल ही में दिल्ली छावनी इलाके में आने वाले झरेड़ा गांव में छावनी बोर्ड के अधिकारियों और कर्मचारियों पर सीलिंग के विरुद्ध हुई हिंसक घटना के बाद अब दिल्ली छावनी परिषद ने इस मामले में एफआईआर दर्ज कर दी है।
इसके हवाले से 23 मई को झरेड़ा में सीलिंग करने पहुंची कैंट बोर्ड की टीम को गांव में घुसने से पहले ही कुछ स्थानीय नेताओं और असामाजिक तत्वों ने रोकने के लिए हिंसक प्रदर्शन किया जिसमें कई सरकारी वाहनों को बुरी तरह नुकसान हुआ और सरकारी डयूटी निभा रहे कर्मचारियों को बुरी तरह चोटें आईं।
मामला अब दिल्ली कैंट थाने में दर्ज है।

क्या आप लोग पानी के गलत बिलों से परेशान है ं

क्या आप लोग पानी के गलत बिलों से परेशान हैं

आपके पानी के अधिक आये बिलों की समस्या के लिए दिल्ली सरकार द्वारा विरेंदर नगर में एक कैम्प लगाया जा रहा है।

*कैम्प का कार्यक्रम:-*
*दिनांक:- 26 मई 2018 शनिवार*
*समय:- सुबह 10 बजे से शाम 4 बजे तक*
*स्थान:- WZ 183, विरेंदर नगर ,गली नम्बर-4,राम गड़िया गुरद्वारे के पास।*

*निवेदक:-*

*🇮🇳राजेश ऋषि🇮🇳*
*विधायक जनकपुरी*

क्या गर्मी बहुत लग रही है?

आज लोगों को लग रहा है कि गर्मी बहुत लग रही है।
पर कब तक AC / कूलर का सहारा लेंगे, आज हिन्दुस्तान में 150 करोड़ पेड़ की जरूरत है।

अभी तो यह शुरुआत हैं। 45 से 50 डिग्री को 55 से 60 होने में देर नहीं लगेगी। अभी से समझकर पौधे लगाने होंगे क्योंकि एक पौधे को बड़ा होने मे 5 से 7 साल लग जाएगे।

सब कुछ सरकार पर मत छोडिये।
💐💐 एक आम भारतीय 💐

Modi Lays Stones For Projects Worth Rs 27,000 Cr In Jharkhand

Ranchi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday laid foundation stones for projects worth over Rs 27,000 crore in Jharkhand, including the Sindri urea plant.

The Sindri urea plant in Dhanbad district of the state had been shut 16 years ago. “The urea plants of Sindri, Baruni (Bihar) and Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh will help in the second agriculture revolution in the eastern India,” Modi said addressing the gathering at Sindri. Modi also laid the foundation stone for a 750-bed All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and an airport in Deoghar district.

“People of eastern India have to go to New Delhi for AIIMS treatment. Now we are opening AIIMS here, so that people can avail the same treatment here,” the Prime Minister said. While laying stone for a gas pipeline project in Ranchi, he said: “After Ranchi, the gas will be supplied to the 70 districts of Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal through pipeline.” Modi also laid online the foundation stone for 800mwx5 super thermal power plants in Patratu of Ramgarh district.

This is a joint venture between Patratu Thermal Power Plant Station and National Thermal Power Plant. In the first phase, three units of 800mw each will be developed at an estimated cost of Rs 18,668 crore. The project is envisaged to be completed by 2021-2022. (IANS)

Majority in North East against citizenship to minorities: Report

Guwahati: Amid tension in most of the parts of North East over Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, thousands of people in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Mizoram are demonstrating protests in fear of becoming a minority in their own homeland.

The bill that is currently under the consideration of the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC), seeks to provide Indian citizenship to illegal migrants belonging to Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrians and Christian communities and come from neighbouring Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

The organisations that have been opposing the bill include, the Conard Sangma-led Meghalaya Democratic Alliance (MDA), the Northeast Student’s Organisation (NESO), the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU), the Naga Students Federation (NSF).

Other than these, the Khasi Students’ union and Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) led by Akhil Gogoi have also opposed the bill, said The Economic Times report.

The Union Minister of State for Railways, Rajen Gohain had garnered controversy after saying that the Hindus of Bangladesh origin had supported BJP and so the party was also supporting the Bill. “It is Bangladeshi-origin Muslims who are posing a threat to the identity and culture of indigenous communities,” he had added.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the establishment of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Jharkhand will transform the healthcare sector in the state.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the establishment of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Jharkhand will transform the healthcare sector in the state.