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‘2 ghosts came near and threatened to kill’ police registered a case

‘2 ghosts came near and threatened to kill’ police registered a case
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‘2 ghosts came near and threatened to kill’ police registered a case

It had never heard of such a case in Jotvad village in Jambudhoda Tehsil in Panchmahal district in Gujarat. A local resident, Varsangbhai Baria, lodged a complaint with the Jambudhoda police station, saying that while he was working in the area, two ghosts came and threatened to kill him. Not only that, but they are also mentally disturbed by such threats.

Jambudhoda District Police were also investigating a case and found that Varsangbhai Baria was mentally ill.

When Jambudhoda police received a ghost report in this way, he was also shocked, although the police also went to the farm, nothing happened and when he spoke to family members, it was known that Varsangbhai, who had lodged a complaint with the police, was mentally ill.

Family members admitted they were unaware that Varsangbhai had arrived at the police station and lodged a similar complaint. Although the police also showed kindness without taking Varsangbhai’s steps to get better treatment for his mental illness, he also contacted his family by talking to a psychiatrist.

Jambudhoda police said that if a person brought a complaint, it was their duty to take the complaint and the police should investigate. We already felt that something was wrong with this, but we did some research and talked to family members. After that, at the request of family members, he also consulted a psychiatrist.

Varsangbhai’s brother, Mahesh Baria, who has complained of death threats, says Varsangbhai has been mentally ill for over a year. Her medication is also ongoing, but for the past 10 days, she has not taken any medication.

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Mastermind behind deadly 2019 Kashmir attack killed in shootout -Indian police

Mastermind behind deadly 2019 Kashmir attack killed in shootout -Indian police
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Mastermind behind deadly 2019 Kashmir attack killed in shootout -Indian police

SRINAGAR, India, July 31 – The mastermind of the 2019 attack Kashmir that killed 40 Indian soldiers has been killed in a fire with security forces, Indian police said in Kashmir on Saturday.

Mohammad Ismail Alvi, commander of Jaish-e-Mohammad’s militia group, was killed south of the Srinagar regional capital Vijay Kumar, a Kashmir police official told Reuters.

“Mohammad Ismail Alvi, also known as Lambo, nicknamed Adnan, belonged to the family of Massoud Azhar.

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On February 14, 2019, A suicide bomber struck a car on a bus carrying Indian police in Kashmir, killing 40 of them in an incident that killed scores of people for decades by security forces in a disputed area, sparking tensions with the Pakistani enemy.

Pakistani-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) blamed the attack.

The government of India has blamed Pakistan for allowing militant groups to operate from its territory and has called for action. Islamabad said it had rejected a proposal related to the attack.

Kashmir is a predominantly Muslim region in the middle of decades of animosity between nuclear India and Pakistan. Both neighbors control parts of the area, claiming that the whole area belongs to them.

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West Bengal: Incessant rainfall throws normal life out of gear; see pics

West Bengal: Incessant rainfall throws normal life out of gear; see pics
West Bengal, July 30 (ANI): A rickshaw puller pulls his rickshaw on a waterlogged road after heavy rainfall, in Kolkata on Friday. (ANI Photo)

West Bengal: Incessant rainfall throws normal life out of gear; see pics-

Uninterrupted rainfall was observed in West Bengal on Friday, particularly in South Bengal, due to strong low pressure in Bangladesh and neighboring West Bengal. In several parts of southern Bengal, including Calcutta, the situation was flooded.

According to the Kolkata Municipal Company (KMC), all the locked gates of the Ganges River were opened and all pumping stations were installed to restore the flooded Kolkata.
Not only Calcutta, but the heavy rains seen in Hooghly, Bankura, Purulia, East, and West Burdwan also led to the collapse of mud walls that claimed the lives of many people across the country.

The more remote areas of West Midnapore were closed as the Silabati and Para rivers overflowed and several mud houses were also removed.

West Bengal, July 30 (ANI): Commuters wade through a waterlogged road after heavy rainfall at Patipukur Railway Bridge, in Kolkata on Friday. (ANI Photo)

As the water took a while to recede, traffic congestion subsided as the State’s main roads in Bangkura, Jargram, and West Midnapore were completely melted.

Also Read: Five dead, several missing after cloudburst in Kishtwar district

Trains on the east and south-east railways had to be rebuilt, as trains also fell underwater due to heavy rains at night.
At a time when people are experiencing hardships as a result of natural disasters, political leaders have not missed an opportunity to insult one another.

Opposition leader Suvendu Adhikari has criticized the Kolkata Municipal Company for failing to improve the city’s sanitation system.

“Mamata Banerjee has been considering converting Kolkata to London, but the sewerage system is still in place so that water can accumulate even in the absence of heavy rainfall,” Sovendu said.

Responding to Suvendu’s claim, KMC President Firhad Hakim assured that in the future Calcutta and surrounding areas would not be flooded.

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Five dead, several missing after cloudburst in Kishtwar district

Five dead, several missing after cloudburst in Kishtwar district

Jammu and Kashmir: Five dead, several missing after cloudburst in Kishtwar district

Jammu: Five bodies were found on Wednesday after some houses were swept away by a flood caused by a cloudburst in a remote village in the Jammu and Kashmir districts of Kistwar province, a senior official said.

According to authorities, more than 25 people were missing in the blast that struck Khonjar village in Dachan province, around 4.30 am.

“The bodies of five people have been found in the storm-stricken village so far,” Kishtwar Regional Development Commissioner Ashok Kumar Sharma told PTI.

He said six houses had been washed away by floodwaters and a search and rescue operation was underway with the latest reports.

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The Director-General of Police, Director-General of Internal Security, Defense, and SDRF, V K Singh, reported that two women were among the five people killed in the storm, while more than 25 were still missing.

Two other teams are on their way from Doda and Udhampur and one of our SDRF teams from Kishtwar has arrived at the affected village. Two other SDRF teams are waiting for improved weather to be airlifted from Jammu and Srinagar to the scene. Rescue workers” said Singh.

He said six houses and food had been eaten by the blast.

Local Development Commissioner Kishtwar said two more clouds had erupted in the Lambard area overnight, but there were no reports of injuries.

“There is some damage to the infrastructure, but specific details are expected,” Sharma said.

He said 60 families had been evacuated from the Pantar area due to incessant rains that threatened their homes.

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Many parts of the Jammu region have been experiencing heavy rainfall in recent days. Predicting further rain in late July, Kishtwar authorities have already asked people living near water bodies and lands prone to landslides to remain vigilant.

“The Department of Meteorology predicts that heavy rains in the coming days and the levels of rivers and sewers are expected to increase, which could be dangerous for residents living near rivers, sewers, bodies of water, and areas at risk of slides,” he said. management of the type of advice released Tuesday night.

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Landslides kill at least 25 in Mumbai after heavy rains

Landslides kill at least 25 in Mumbai after heavy rains
Rescue workers remove debris as they search for survivors after a residential house collapsed due to landslide caused by heavy rainfall in Mumbai, India, July 18, 2021(Photo: Reuters )

Landslides kill at least 25 in Mumbai after heavy rains

MUMBAI, July 18 – On Sunday, at least 25 individuals have been killed in three suburbs of Mumbai when a number of houses collapsed after a landslide caused by heavy rains, local officials mentioned.

Rescuers were seen using their hands to dig up and retrieve the bodies, a local television program, and authorities said many of the victims could be trapped in the crash. Rescuers were also seen transporting the injured along narrow tracks on temporary tracks.

Authorities have reported the collapse of 11 houses or partitions within the Bombay area 24 hours ago, officials said.

Elsewhere, about half the booths at the bottom of the hill collapsed on top of each other, officials said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed words of condolence to the tweet and announced assistance to those killed.

Several areas in the city were flooded after torrential rains in the past 24 hours and the disruption of rural railway services disrupted India’s financial capital.

According to the weather department on Sunday, Mumbai, and the coast of India’s industrial province, Maharashtra is expected to receive heavy rainfall over the next four days.

Heavy rains, especially during the Indian-September rainy season, often cause buildings to collapse, especially old or illegal buildings.

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India warns Pakistan for drone attack

India warns Pakistan for drone attack
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India will retaliate strongly at the time and place of its choice if Pakistan attempts to use drones or participate in a “joint war of any kind to target Indian citizens or military property,” the defense chief Bipin Rawat warned in a statement.

Investigators are investigating whether a small explosive device used in the June 27 terrorist attack on the Jammu Air Force was fired from Pakistan or the region and whether the intent was to send a message of new power or cause damage.

We do not yet know the ultimate goal. But let them (Pakistan) do something to destroy our property and the response of our armed forces will be very different. The will of politics is there.” Our armed forces are ready, “he said, addressing an online conference here.

He added, “We must send a strong message that anything of this nature, gray zone tactics or hybrid warfare if it damages our property and affects our national security, we have the right to respond at the time and place we choose and the way we want to be held accountable.

Speaking about the end of the fire with Pakistan since February, the CDS said simply stopping the border shooting at the checkpoint was not enough.,” he said that It (Pakistan) is to use indirect means to disrupt the peace process, it is tantamount to violating the suspension agreement.

IAF had a limited number of interventions that interfered with the management and control of small drone coordinators and anti-death programs “but not yet developed. because it did not have “critical supplies” such as fighter jets, said Air Chief Marshal RKS head Badauria.

“What happened in Jammu was an act of terrorism that attempted to identify our goods (Mi-17 V5 helicopters) there. The attempt failed. Two explosives were used, one HE (a large explosive) on the environment and the other cracked, said the IAF chief.

The IAF is working closely with the DRDO on its drone programs, which have targeted powerful weapons such as lasers and will soon complete their tests. “A new type of threat.” Many projects have already been undertaken and some plans have been implemented, “he said.

General Rawat said the military must continue to adapt to new threats because subsequent attacks could be carried out with arrows, as shown in the recent Israeli-Hamas war, not with planes.

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Twitter’s interim grievance officer for India, quits just weeks after appointment

Twitter’s interim grievance officer for India, quits just weeks after appointment

New Delhi: Dharmendra Chatur, an interim resident grievance officer in India, has resigned, say people familiar with the development.
Chatur’s departure less than a month later leaves the microblogging platform of the United States without complaint, based in India, in accordance with India’s new IT regulations.

Chatur, who also deleted his Twitter account, declined to comment on ET questions. Twitter declined to comment. The website of the communications company includes the name of Jeremy Kessel, global legal policy director at Twitter Inc. as a designated appeal officer.

The development comes at a time when Twitter and the government are at loggerheads over an American company’s failure to appoint three executives, who say according to new IT rules they are required to be full-time employees of the company and Indian residents, until May 26.
The new rules, which came into effect on May 25, force telecommunications companies to develop a grievance redressal mechanism to resolve complaints from users or victims.

All major social media companies, with more than 50 million users in the country, will appoint a grievance redressal officer and disclose the names and contact details of these officials on their website.

Twitter last week was criticized by the government following an IT ban, by Minister Ravi Sankar Prasad, on his account over a complaint that a tweet he sent violated US copyright laws.

The minister had written on Twitter that the microblogging blockchain platform had not warned him before the breach and his interviews on TV channels criticizing the platform for not following India’s “flying wing” rules in Silicon Valley.

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