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” said a statement issued by the Passport office. "The tradition and using that dressing room and that ground.. The septuagenarian was working as a nurse in Kuwait and shifted to Mumbai about 8-9 years back. ‘Crazy, under the guise of pressure from the UNHCR,the Communist regime of West Bengal and the Congress at the Centre (in 2010-2011) Centre acquiesced in connivance for vote-bank politics and perhaps something more sinister Why else did the Congress force the infamous Illegal Migrants Determination by Tribunal (IMDT) Act of 1983 on Assam that changed the demography of the state before the Supreme Court struck it down 23 years later in 2005 Why else would the Congress allow 4000 of these 40000 Rohingyas to settle in Jammu despite the existence of Article 370 And the same Omar Abdullah who didn’t cite Article 370 then is now rooting for Rohingyas not to be deported back even though the Rohingyas have already multiplied to some 8000 with every family averaging 10-12 children There should be no doubt that Pakistan’s ISI-Lashkar-e-Taiba and Saudi-Al-Qaeda combinedly have engineered the Rohingya crisis for global jihad and the Islamic State has been eyeing South Asia to expand its Islamic State Korasan This stark reality is being glossed over under the cover of the human misery bit — on same lines that Syrian and many more non-Syrian refugees were inducted into Europe It is not without reason that Lashkar-e-Taiba cadres have been frequenting the Bangladesh-Myanmar border region One of the aims is likely to bring down Sheikh Hasina since she has clamped down on terrorist organisations in Bangladesh It may be recalled that in 2013 Bangladesh government hadconfirmedto New Delhi that terror groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba have instigated Rohingyas into violence in Myanmar It may be recalled that Abdul Kareem Tunda of Lashkar-e-Taiba too had admitted that he had travelled from Pakistan to Bangladesh to recruit Rohingyas for jihad It is such radicalisation that is resulting in the forced conversion of Hindu women by the Rohingyas even in refugee camps set up by Bangladesh Aqa Mul Mujahideen (AMM) Rohingya terror group also fully Pakistan-backedhas been receiving instructions from Pakistan’s ISI to launch pre-dawn attacks on Myanmar police posts Pakistan is as usual expressing deep concern over the growing number of deaths and forced displacement of Rohingya Muslims with similar calls coming from Afghan Taliban Al Qaida Lashkar-e-Taiba Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) etc calling for attacks on Myanmar authorities China has been the smartest; supporting Myanmar and simultaneously supporting Pakistan’s terror underhand Rohingya’s dare not immigrate illegally to China because they would be simply shot at The bottom-line of course is that while the UN may refer to the Rohingyas as refugees they are illegal immigrants to an already over-populated India Besides the reported links of the Rohingyas with Pakistan and the chances of their exploitation for global jihad and destabilising India and the region just cannot be ignored The notable part is that none of the Islamic countries that are raising their voice for Rohingyas are prepared to accommodate them The same was seen in the case of Syrian refugees with even the oil-rich Saudi Arabia not willing to accommodate them Why don’t Pakistan Turkey and Saudi Arabia take some of the Rohingya overflows Why does the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) decide amongst themselves to take as many Rohingyas as they can As for India the illegal immigrants whether from Myanmar or Bangladesh must be deported back to the country of their origin By: Indo-Asian News Service | London | Updated: July 21 2014 5:08 pm Having a dog can positively affect an elderly person’s mental health too (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Dog owners over the age of 65 act and feel 10 years younger than their biological age says a study Having a dog can positively affect an elderly person’s mental health too the study added “Our results show that dog ownership is associated with an increased level of physical activity in the over-65s” said Zhiqiang Feng from University of St Andrews in Britain “On average older dog owners were 12 percent more active than their counterparts who did not own a dog” Feng added The study that involved 547 elderly people showed that dog owners were not only more physically active but their levels of activity were the equivalent of people 10 years younger “Our results suggest that dog ownership may motivate personal activity and enable older people to overcome many potential barriers such as lack of social support inclement weather and concerns over personal safety” Feng said The research was published in the journal Preventive Medicine For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Supreme Court has said that the Right to Privacy judgment will have "some bearing" in matters related to possession of beef in Maharashtra The apex court made the observation while hearing abatch of appeals filed against the Bombay High Court’s 6 May 2016 verdict decriminalising the possession of beef in case of animals slaughtered outside the state A bench comprising Justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan was informed by an advocate that Thursday’s judgement from a nine-judge Constitution bench declaring right to privacy a fundamental right was important for adjudication of the appeal "Yes that judgement will have some bearing in thesematters" the bench said On Thursday the Supreme Court declared theRight To Privacy as a Fundamental Right under the Constitution A nine-judge constitutional bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar ruled that right to privacy is protected intrinsically as part of rights guaranteed under Article 21 and Part III of the Constitution In the judgment Justice Chelameswar had written "I do not think that anybody would like to be told by the State as to what they should eat or how they should dress or whomthey should be associated with either in their personal social or political life" Senior advocate Indira Jaising appearing for some of the petitioners referred to the privacy judgement and said the right to eat food of one’s choice is now protected under privacy She also told the bench that Maharashtra government’s appeal challenging the high court verdict was already pending before another bench of the apex court File image of the Supreme Court AP The bench after hearing the submissions posted the matter after two weeks The Maharashtra government had on 10 August moved the apex court challenging the high court’s verdict striking down sections 5(d) and 9(b) of the Maharashtra Animals Preservation (Amendment) Act 1995 which criminalised and imposed punishment on persons found in possession of beef of animals slaughtered in or outside the state on the ground that it infringed upon a person’s "right to privacy" The court had issued notice on the appeal and tagged the matter along with several pending pleas related to the issue The high court had termed "unconstitutional" theprovisions which held that mere possession of beef was a crime saying only "conscious possession" of the meat of animals slaughtered in the state would be an offence The plea assailed the judgement saying the restriction imposed by the 1995 Act on possession of flesh of cow bull or bullock could not be interpreted and concluded to be an infringement of "right to privacy" The state government had said the high court "while coming to the finding that right to privacy forms part of the fundamental right to personal liberty guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution ought to have appreciated that right to privacy was not yet designated as a fundamental right" The plea had said that according to the verdict obligation upon the state to prove "conscious possession" of beef would "constitute an insurmountable circumstance readily available to the wrongdoer to escape sentence" In its judgement the high court had upheld the ban on slaughter of bulls and bullocks imposed by the Maharashtra government but decriminalised possession of beef in case the animals were slaughtered outside the state The judgement had come on a batch of petitions filed in the high court challenging the constitutional validity of the Act and in particular the possession and consumption of beef of animals slaughtered outside Maharashtra With inputs from PTI Ahmedabad:At least 25 persons including 14 of a family were found dead on Wednesday in two villages of Banaskantha district due to floods following torrential rains in Gujarat the police said According to the State Emergency Operation Centre the death toll due to heavy rains and floods across the state in the current monsoon season stood at 94 till Tuesday Representational image PTI Of the 25 found dead in Banaskantha 17 persons including 14 of a family drowned in the flood waters in Kharia village under the Kankrej taluka said an official Twenty five bodies were fished out on Wednesday by the police and locals after the flood water receded in the district "Seventeen bodies were recovered from Kharia village of Banaskantha and seven more were fished out at the neighbouring Sihori village Another body was found in the interiors taking the total number of bodies recovered from the district today to 25" said Assistant Superintendent of Police Akshayrajsinh Makwana AD Parmar Inspector Thara Police Station under which the Kharia village falls said they feared that more bodies might be found after the water receded at over a dozen villages located along the banks of the Banas river Kharia and Sihori situated along the banks of the Banas were among the worst-hit villages in the district after water was released from the Dantiwada dam two days back Around 15 lakh cusecs of water was released from the dam following heavy rains in neighbouring Rajasthan which resulted in inundation of several villages along the banks of the river in Banaskantha "Kharia is one of around 14 villages in the taluka which are badly affected due to the flood As the water level of the Banas river rose suddenly those living in these villages did not get a chance to relocate to a safe place in time" said Parmar State Emergency Operation Centre officials said as per the latest figures available with them —excluding the 25 deaths reported on Wednesday —eight people had died in Banaskantha and Patan districts in the last two days due to the floods The toll due to heavy rains and floods across the state in the current monsoon season stood at 94 (barring the 25 deaths reported from Banaskantha on Wednesday) they added Banaskantha and Patan are among the worst-hit districts due to heavy rains and flooding of the Banas and Sipu rivers The huge quantum of water released from the Dantiwada and Sipu dams due to heavy rains in Rajasthan compounded the situation said officials I was bit disappointed (after hearing the results)..

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