Showing posts with label India. Show all posts
Showing posts with label India. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Turkey returns wheat to India out of concern for a rubella outbreak.



Wheat's return causes anxiety among Indian farmers — Photograph: Times of India

The most important Islamic nation, Turkey, has returned more than 56,000 tonnes of wheat due to possible rubella virus contamination.

According to the Times of India, Turkey had purchased 56,877 tonnes of wheat from India, and the ship carrying the wheat had arrived at the Turkish coast, but the country's authorities refused to unload the Indian wheat.

The report states that Turkish officials are concerned about the presence of the rubella virus in Indian wheat.

During the Corona epidemic, Turkish Agriculture and Health Department officials justified the presence of the virus in wheat and returned the entire crop to India, claiming they could not take any more risks.

The return of thousands of tonnes of wheat purchased by Turkey and the subsequent discovery of the rubella virus in it has sparked a wave of concern among Indian farmers and traders, and officials appear concerned.

Wheat may contain the rubella virus, according to agricultural experts, who did not immediately respond to Turkey's request for comment.

Agronomists assert that the rubella virus can be found in wheat crops and possibly in grains.

Farmers and agronomists in India are concerned that if the presence of the 'rubella virus' in wheat is confirmed, farmers could lose billions of rupees and no country will purchase Indian wheat on a national or international scale. Can be utilised.

Rubella is a virus that causes a fever that is believed to be a form of measles in children.

The condition is also known as German measles. Symptoms include sore throat and pain, mild fever, body aches, fatigue, red or pink eyes, and red rashes on other body parts including the face.

Rubella virus or fever is typically cured in a few days with medication, and normal people and children do not exhibit severe symptoms; however, if it becomes severe, it can cause significant damage.

By infecting pregnant women, the rubella virus can cause severe harm to the foetus, including brain inflammation, according to health experts.

Saturday, June 4, 2022

the Taliban asked India to reopen its embassy in Kabul

 An Indian delegation has arrived in Kabul to hold talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan.



This is the first meeting of an Indian delegation with the Taliban government since the US withdrawal from Afghanistan and the country's fall under Taliban rule, according to foreign media reports.

According to reports, Joint Secretary JP Singh of the Indian Foreign Ministry met with Afghan Foreign Minister Amir Mottaki yesterday.

Suhail Shaheen, the head of the Taliban's political office, said that during Thursday's talks with the Indian delegation, the Taliban asked India to reopen its embassy in Kabul. This was reported by the Hindu.

Diplomatic relations, trade, and humanitarian aid were also discussed during the meeting, according to an Afghan Foreign Ministry spokesman.

During the visit, the Indian delegation is expected to review Indian aid to Afghanistan, according to reports.

India has donated 20,000 tons of wheat, 10 tons of medicines, 500,000 doses of the Corona virus vaccine, winter clothes, and other relief items to Afghanistan so far.


Thursday, June 2, 2022

Russia's oil exports rise despite European sanctions, but how?



Russia has made a major decision following a European embargo on Russian oil imports.

According to foreign media reports, after Europe imposed a ban on Russian oil imports, Moscow has decided to increase its oil supplies to China and India, resulting in a record increase in Russian oil supplies to China and India. 

According to the report, Russia's decision to increase oil exports to China and India comes at a time when European countries are divided over the issue of boycotting Russian oil imports.

On the other hand, after the Ukraine war and the announcement of a boycott of Russian oil, the purchase of oil from Asian countries has increased in the European markets and competition has also started in this regard.

According to foreign media reports, the supply of cheap Russian oil has also given impetus to India's oil imports, as Russia became the fourth largest oil exporter to India in April and India's oil exports to India by March. I was ranked tenth in Russia.

Analysts say China has also increased its purchases of Russian oil and its imports

Monday, May 16, 2022

India: Court orders limited gathering of Muslims in mosque after Hindu signs discovery


Court orders Muslims to keep 20 people in Gyanwapi Mosque — File / Photo: Reuters



A court in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh has ordered Muslims to reduce their numbers after a survey team unearthed Hindu deity Shiva and other Hindu symbols at the most famous mosque in northern India.

According to a Reuters news agency report, lawyer HS Jain said that a court in Veranasi had ruled that the number of Muslims in the mosque should be limited to 20.

The court ordered that after a survey of the mosque by five women representing Jains, it was suggested that Hindus be allowed to worship in one part of the mosque.

The Gyanwapi Mosque is located in the constituency of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, one of several mosques in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, which hardline Hindus believe was built by demolishing Hindu temples.

According to the report, hardline Hindus have a similar general opinion about other religious places.

Police said the court order would help maintain law and order as groups affiliated with Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) demanded permission to dig inside some mosques and search the Taj Mahal. What is done.


I fail to understand why BJP leaders think oppressing the Muslim minority in India will help India. There is no doubt they can win elections by on Hindu-Muslim issues. But friction among different ethnic and religious communities only increases tension in the country and waste government resources and leaders’ energies on useless things. Resources of the government should be used for the betterment of its citizens.

If you look across the globe, we see that in powerful and developed countries people of all faiths and ethnicity live peacefully. Governments in power do not make laws which hurts religious feelings of people. 

Friends and family members live in different European countries, America and Canada. They say they enjoy full rights and freedom their new homelands. 


Thursday, May 12, 2022

Parents file a lawsuit against their son and daughter-in-law for having a kid within a year.



An Indian couple has sued their only son and his wife, requesting that they conceive a child within a year or pay Rs 50 million in damages.

Sanjeev Prasad Sinha, a retired civil officer, and his wife Sadhna Prasad Sinha claim to have spent their whole life savings on their son, including a 65 65,000 pilot training course and a wedding in a five-star hotel in Thailand. Also featured is holding.

The couple from Uttarakhand, India, claimed they had only requested their son Sagar Sinha, 35, and his wife Shubhangi Sinha, 31, for a grandchild or granddaughter, which they did not receive.

"We sacrificed our goals to raise him (kid),"
 the parents wrote in a court appeal. For his education, we also took out a Rs 2 million loan. Our son and daughter-in-law, however, have caused us emotional misery by refusing to give us grandkids despite our best efforts. Society also looks at us with suspicious eyes, which adds to the suffering.

Arvind Kumar Srivastava, the couple's lawyer, said the parents had spent Rs 25 million on their son since his birth. He now demands that the son reimburse all expenses if he does not have a grandchild or granddaughter, as well as another Rs. 25 million in compensation.

Thursday, May 5, 2022

In Occupied Kashmir, new constituencies have been created, with more seats going to Hindu-majority communities. It's a contentious plan.



In January, Indian Home Minister Amit Shah stated that elections in Jammu and Kashmir would be held soon after the delimitation process was completed. 

On Tuesday, a list of new electoral constituencies for Occupied Kashmir was revealed, with a strong representation of the Hindu community in Muslim-majority areas, paving the path for new elections.

The Muslim-majority Valley of Kashmir, the Hindu-majority region of Jammu, and the distant Buddhist enclave of Ladakh previously made up the Occupied Territories.

A delimitation committee in Occupied Kashmir, excluding Ladakh, has finalised 90 assembly constituencies, with 43 reserved for Jammu and 47 for Kashmir, followed by 37 in Jammu and Kashmir Valley, according to the administration. There were 46 seats available.
It's a contentious plan because the panel didn't include in the population from the 2011 census.

According to the census, Jammu has 44 percent of the population while Kashmir has 56 percent. In terms of population, the commission allocated Jammu more seats.

The People's Democratic Party of Jammu and Kashmir disputed the findings.

In a post on Twitter, the National Conference said: "Any manipulation will have no effect on the reality on the ground. The voters will punish the BJP and its proxies for what they have done in the last four years whenever there is an election." What's going on in Jammu & Kashmir?

Monday, March 28, 2022

Hijab' is the 'feather' of a girl, don't cut it: Miss Universe Harnaz Sindhu

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Girls are also being targeted in the matter of hijab, Miss Universe — Photo: Twitter

Miss Universe elected Indian girl Harnaz Sindhu has termed 'hijab' as the 'feather' of girls and appealed to the people not to cut the 'feather' of girls.

Tensions continue over the 'hijab' of Muslim women in India and a court in the state of Karnataka has banned girls from wearing the hijab in classrooms of educational institutions.

While there are frequent reports of Muslim women, the largest minority in secular India, being targeted for wearing the hijab, there are also reports of harassment in educational institutions and other workplaces.

When Miss Universe Harnaz Sindhu was asked about the discrimination against Muslim girls on the issue of 'Hijab' at a recent function in Mumbai, she first looked for excuses to answer but then she did. Answering, he stated in favor of 'Hijab'.

In the video of Harnaz Sindhu's response shared by an Indian journalist in which he asked Miss Universe what she would say on the issue of 'Hijab'.

Before Harnaz Sindhu's reply to the journalist's question, the host of the event intervened and suggested the journalist not to ask Miss Universe about the issue, but the journalist insisted that Harnaz Sindhu answer himself.

Replying to the journalist's mystery, Harnaz Sindhu complained that the girl like was being 'targeted' on the said issue as well.

Later, Harnaz Sindhu replied that girls were also being targeted in the matter of 'hijab'.


Harnaz Sindhu said that the girl wearing hijab should be allowed to live according to her wishes and style, she should be allowed to reach the place where she wants to reach.

Miss Universe said that 'hijab' is the 'feather' of girls, let them fly with them, don't cut them and if you want to cut, cut yourself.

Harnaz Sindhu, a member of the Sikh community, spoke in support of the veiled girls, without naming any party or organization opposing the hijab.

After Harnaz Sindhu's statement in favor of 'Hijab', the people present there also applauded for his encouragement.


He further said that now someone should ask her about the difficulties encountered in her journey to become 'Miss Universe' and then she herself gave a short answer that she should become Miss Universe after seeing many difficulties.

"People look at her, admire her and say how beautiful she looks, but they don't know that beauty is only one percent of her personality," she said.

Harnaz Sindhu, being a 'Miss Universe', usually travels abroad, and recently when she returned home, she was asked about the hijab at a ceremony in Mumbai.


Harnaz Sindhu was selected as 'Miss Universe' in the beauty pageant held in December 2021.

Harnaz Sindhu is the third Indian girl ever to win the Miss Universe title.

She was preceded in death by Bollywood actress Lara Dutta in 2000 and Sushmita Sen in 1994.

India last won the title of 'Miss World' in the world beauty pageant in 2017 and Manoshi Chhallar was selected as 'Miss World'.

Before Manoshi Chhallar, Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra was also selected as 'Miss World' in 2000.

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