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Navjot Singh Sidhu still very much in BJP: Rajya Sabha MP Malik

NEW DELHI: Notwithstanding Navjot Singh Sidhu’s criticism of the BJP leadership, a party MP from Punjab on Wednesday said he is still “very much in BJP”. “He (Sidhu) is a very senior member of the party. And, he may have quit Rajya Sabha but is still very much in the party,” Rajya Sabha member Shwait Malik said. He was responding to queries from the press at the Punjab Bhawan here over speculation that Sidhu may join the AAP. Days after quitting the Upper House, the cricketer-turned- politician had made clear his displeasure with BJP and targeted it, saying he was asked to stay away from Punjab. When asked about Sidhu’s criticism of the party, Malik said, “You may want to put this query to Sidhu himself. I do not have the prerogative to comment on this and it is up to the party high command to talk about it.” Sidhu has alleged that he was told to keep away from the state to “serve personal interests,” apparently suggesting that BJP was acting under its ally Shiromani Akali Dal’s pressure. Sidhu also said he delivered the prestigious Amritsar seat to the party during adverse circumstances but was “drowned in the Modi wave” in 2014, when he was asked to shift from the constituency. In a brief interaction with the media on Monday, he had asserted that he will choose to serve Punjab “hundred times” above any party or family. Malik, a former Mayor of Amritsar, demanded that a high-level committee be constituted to examine why “Amritsar airport’s revenues are falling despite an increase in tourist influx”. “The annual tourist inflow has increased from 200 million in 2010 to 350 million now, but the airport is suffering a loss of Rs 50 crore,” he claimed.On tourism facilities in Amritsar, Malik said, “The Centre has sanctioned Rs 69 crore to the city under its Heritage Development and Augmentation Yojana (HRIDAY) scheme and the Punjab government has added Rs 100 crore to it.”   On the Parliament video row involving AAP MP Bhagwant Mann, he said, “It must be probed why he made that video of Parliament premises.”   Calling it the “rise and fall of Amritsar airport”, he had yesterday raised this issue during Zero Hour in Rajya Sabha.   “It was a profitable airport till 2010. But later, there was a conspiracy and flight operations were sabotaged as flights were gradually diverted to benefit the Delhi airport,” he alleged.

Narsingh Yadav fails second dope test, Olympic hopes fade

NEW DELHI: Narsingh Yadav’s hopes of competing in the Olympics seemed bleak on Tuesday after the wrestler failed a second dope test which was conducted on him on July 5. It is learnt that Narsingh, already under provisional suspension for failing a June 25 dope test, has also flunked the second test done on both his ‘A’ and ‘B’ samples taken on July 5. “It’s the same substance that was found in the first test. It was unlikely that it would go out of the system,” a Wrestling Federation of Indian source said referring to banned anabolic steroid methandienone.Narsingh has been claiming that he has been framed in the scandal by rivals, who, he alleged, spiked his food supplements and meals. But the 26-year-old’s food supplements have reportedly been found to be clean in tests conducted after his allegations, dealing a further blow to his Rio hopes. The Maharashtra wrestler had been picked over two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar after he won the quota place with a bronze medal in last year’s World Championships. Following the doping storm, Parveen Rana was named as Narsingh’s replacement in the 74kg category, a move that has been approved by United World Wrestling.  

India inks another $1 billion deal for 4 sub-hunting planes with the US

NEW DELHI: India on Wednesday inked $1 billion deal with Boeing for the acquisition of four more Poseidon-8I long-range surveillance and anti-submarine warfare aircraft, taking the total value of arms contracts signed with the US to over $15 billion in the last 10 years. As was first reported by TOI on July 1, the the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS), chaired by PM Narendra Modi, has cleared the big-ticket acquisition in June.The four new P-8I aircraft, packed with radars and weapons, will join the first eight such aircraft inducted by the Navy between May 2013 and October 2015 under a $2.1 billion deal inked in 2009. The Navy is using the first eight P-8Is, armed with deadly Harpoon Block-II missiles, MK-54 lightweight torpedoes, rockets and depth charges, to keep an “intelligent hawk-eye” over the entire Indian Ocean Region, which has witnessed stepped-up Chinese submarine forays over the last two years. With an operating range of 1,200 nautical miles, “with four hours on station”, the P-8Is provide the reach and flexibility to undertake extensive maritime surveillance and intelligence-gathering missions. The P-8Is, which are based at the naval airbase INS Rajali at Arakkonam (Tamil Nadu), are also been extensively used in the ongoing massive hunt for the missing AN-32 aircraft, which went down in the Bay of Bengal with 29 people on board on July 22. Stay updated on the go with Times of India News App. Click here to download it for your device.   Under the new deal, the first P-8I aircraft will be delivered to the Navy within three years.
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    Ambassador of India called on Governor of Asir Region

    Ambassador of India called on Governor of Asir Region

    H.E. Mr. Ahmad Javed, Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia called on the Governor of Asir Region His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al Saud today (July 26) in Abha and discussed issues of bilateral interest. Ambassador Javed made special emphasis on further strengthening and diversifying the bilateral relations in various fields. Ambassador Javed also expressed his thanks to the Governor for hosting a large number of Indian community in the Asir Province and ensuring their safety and welfare.
    Ambassador of India presents Letter of Credence to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques

    Ambassador of India presents Letter of Credence to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques

    H.E. Mr. Ahmad Javed, Ambassador of India to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia presented the ‘Letter of Credence’ to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud today at Al Salam Palace in Jeddah. In the ceremony, where Ambassadors of 11 other countries also presented their Letters of Credence, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques received the Ambassador and conveyed his greetings to the Head of State and Head of Government of the Republic of India. According to WAS, the King expressed his satisfaction over the friendly relations with India, reiterating his keenness on further consolidation of the same. He also wished the Ambassador a comfortable and successful stay in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ambassador Ahmad Javed on his part conveyed the greetings of the Hon’ble President of India and Hon’ble Prime Minister of India to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. He further expressed his thanks for the warm reception and generous hospitality in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ambassador also assured to put his best efforts in further strengthening bilateral friendly relations between India and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and diversifying them to several fields of mutual interests. Yahind.com
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    France’s Hollande meets religious leaders amid row over attacks security

    President Francois Hollande displayed interfaith solidarity with France’s religious leaders on Wednesday after two Islamist militants killed a Roman Catholic priest in a church, igniting fierce political criticism of the government’s security record. One of the assailants was a known would-be jihadist awaiting trial under supposedly tight surveillance, a revelation that raised pressure over the Socialist government’s response to a wave of attacks claimed by Islamic State since early in 2015. “We cannot allow ourselves to be dragged into the politics of Daech (Islamic State), which wants to set the children of the same family against each other,” the Archbishop of Paris, Cardinal André Vingt-Trois, told journalists after the meeting at the Elysee presidential palace. He was flanked by representatives of other Christian denominations as well as Jewish, Muslim and Buddhist leaders. Hollande and his ministers were already under fire from conservative opponents over the policing of Bastille Day celebrations in the Riviera city of Nice in which 84 people died when a delivery man drove a heavy truck at revellers. Former president Nicolas Sarkozy, who is expected to enter a conservative primary for next year’s presidential election, stepped up his attack on Hollande’s record since the first major attack against satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo last year. “All this violence and barbarism has paralysed the French left since January 2015,” Sarkozy told Le Monde newspaper. “It has lost its bearings and is clinging to a mindset that is out of touch with reality.” Sarkozy has called for the detention or electronic tagging of all suspected Islamist militants, even if they have committed no offence. France’s internal security service has confidential “S files” on some 10,500 people, although not all are suspected jihadists. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve rejected Sarkozy’s proposal, saying that to jail them would be unconstitutional and in any case could be counterproductive. “What has enabled France to break up a large number of terrorist networks is keeping these people under ‘S file’ surveillance, which allows intelligence services to work without these individuals being aware,” he said on Europe 1 radio. The chairman of France’s conference of religious faiths, Protestant community leader Francois Clavairoly, said after the talks with Hollande that it was impossible to protect every place of worship in the country. “Everyone has to take responsibility, use best practice and keep an eye open,” he said. DEATH AT THE ALTAR Tuesday’s attackers interrupted a church service, forced the 85-year-old priest to his knees at the altar and slit his throat. As they came out of the church hiding behind three hostages and shouting “Allahu akbar” (“God is Greatest”), they were shot and killed by police. The knifemen arrived during morning mass in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, a working-class town near Rouen, northwest of Paris, where Father Jacques Hamel had been celebrating mass. One of the hostages was badly wounded during the attack. Islamic State said on its news agency that its “soldiers” carried out the attack. It has prioritised targeting France, which has been bombing the group’s bases in Iraq and Syria as part of a U.S.-led international coalition. Police said they arrested a 16-year-old local youth after the incident but Cazeneuve said on Wednesday he did not appear to be linked to the church attack. One of the attackers, 19-year-old Adel Kermiche, was a local man who was known to intelligence services after his failed bids to reach Syria to wage jihad. Kermiche first tried to travel to Syria in March 2015 but was arrested in Germany. Upon his return to France he was placed under surveillance and barred from leaving his local area. Less than two months later, Kermiche slipped away and was intercepted in Turkey making his way towards Syria again. He was sent back to France and detained until late March this year when he was released on bail pending trial for alleged membership of a terrorist organisation. He had to wear an electronic tag, surrender his passport and was only allowed to leave his parents’ home for a few hours a day. Kermiche’s tag did not send an alarm because the attack took place during the four hour period when he was allowed out. According to the justice ministry, there are just 13 terrorism suspects and people convicted of terrorist links wearing such tags. Seven are on pre-trial bail. The other six have been convicted but wear the electronic bracelet instead of serving a full jail term. France was already in a state of shock less than two weeks after the Nice truck attack. In November, 130 people died in shooting and suicide bombings in and around Paris. In March, three Islamist militants linked to the Paris attackers killed 32 people in suicide attacks on Brussels airport and a metro station in the Belgian capital. Since the Bastille Day killings in Nice, there has been a spate of attacks in Germany too.

    IS claims responsibility for attack that killed 44 in northern Syria

    A twin bombing struck a crowd in a predominantly Kurdish town in northern Syria on Wednesday, killing 44 people and wounding dozens more, Syria’s state-run news agency and Kurdish media reported. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack. Media reports said a truck loaded with large quantities of explosives blew up on the western edge of the town of Qamishli, followed by an explosives-packed motorcycle a few minutes later in the same area. The blasts caused massive damage in the area and rescue teams were working to recover victims from under the rubble, the SANA news agency said. Qamishli, near the Turkish border, is mainly controlled by Kurds but Syrian government forces are present and control the town’s airport. Syrian state TV broadcast footage showing people running away from a mushroom of gray smoke rising over the town and others running amid wrecked or burnt cars. Qamishli resident Suleiman Youssef, a writer, told The Associated Press by telephone that he heard the first explosion from few miles away. He said the blasts leveled several buildings to the ground and many people were trapped under the rubble. “Most of the buildings at the scene of the explosion have been heavily damaged because of the strength of the blast,” he said. The Islamic State group, in a statement published by the IS-linked Aamaq news agency, said it carried out the attack in Qamishli, describing it as a truck bombing that struck a complex of Kurdish offices. The extremist group has carried out several bombings in Kurdish areas in Syria in the past. The predominantly Kurdish US-backed Syria Democratic Forces have been the main force fighting IS in northern Syria, capturing significant territory from the extremists over the past two years. The explosion on Sunday came as US-backed Kurdish forces pressed ahead with their offensive to take the IS-held town of Manbij, also in northern Syria but further to the east of Qamishli.
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    NRIs MADE A DIFFERENCE IN NATION BUILDING; “FIRST NRIs MEET” HELD IN HYDERABAD.

    NRIs MADE A DIFFERENCE IN NATION BUILDING; “FIRST NRIs MEET” HELD IN HYDERABAD. - Jul 21 2016

    (Report M. Asif Ali, Special Correspondent) NRIs are the backbone for the nation building as they are one of the source for the Foreign Currency transactions which effects the economy of the country, moreover Education plays a very important role in one’s life, and in real sense Education is that which transforms a person to live a better life and even in a social well-being. This was the conclusion taken out from the “Ist NRIs Meet” which was held in Woodbridge Grand Hotel in Hyderabad. International Journalists Fraternity Forum and Media Premier League in association with Glory Group of Institutions, conducted the “NRIs Meet” in a grand manner. In accordance with the Eid ul Fitr and the vacation of NRIs in mind, the function is being organized. On this Occasion a seminar was also organized in which the eminent NRIs and Dignitaries have expressed their views. Speakers lauded the idea of conducting the NRIs meet, as it would be a platform to discuss the issues of NRIs and to discuss the solutions as well. The function starts with the recitation of Holy Quran by Mohammed Riyaz Hussami, after which the Naat was recited. Architect Abdul Rahman Saleem, founder and President Hindustani Bazm e Urdu was the Chief Guest, whereas Aijaz Ahmed Khan eminent NRI and President of many NRI organizations, Mrs. Rubina Hussaini, Director DPS, Mehdipatnam and Mr. Syed Zia Ur Rahman, CEO, NRI’s News Portal www.yahind.com attended the function as the Guest of Honors. President of IJFF Asif Ali and Mr. Syed Azhar, Director Glory Junior College welcomes the gathering and felicitated the Guests. Architect Abdul Rahman Saleem, founder and President Hindustani Bazm e Urdu in his presidential address said that NRIs should come on the common platform to resolve their issues. He emphasize the NRIs to have their own solutions to the existing problems. He has given few suggestions to working NRIs as well as NRIs who returned their homeland. He urged the IJFF to conduct such meet so that the NRIs can come on single platform to discuss and resolve their issues. Mr. Aijaz Ahmed Khan, President JCA and represents many NRIs organization said that it’s a good and fruitful initiative of the IJFF to conduct the NRIs meet. He was hopeful that many such events will be conducted on the same banner which addressed the NRIs issues and their solutions. He was very much impressed with the dedication of the IJFF team which conducts the meet within a short span of time. Mrs. Rubina Hussaini, Director, DPS Mehdipatnam spoke on the topic “Importance of Girls Education in present Society”. She is in opinion that it’s the need of the hour that the girl child must be treated equally with the boy and the attention must be equally given to them. She believes that the education of a girl child would be like educating the whole family. She has supported her views on the basis of few examples which she personally experienced in the society. She lauded the initiative taken by the IJFF to conduct the NRI meet, as it gives an opportunity to all NRIs to be on the same track. Mr. Syed Zia Ur Rahman, CEO, NRI’s News Portal Yahind.com spoke on the Topic “Proposed NRI Policy of Telangana Govt”. He has given an in-depth detail regarding the present scenario of the NRIs working in Gulf Countries, He advised the Govt. of Telangana to be cautious while drafting the NRI policy as many NRIs either gets benefited by the policy or they are at the loser’s end. Mr. Syed Moazam Ali, Chief Patron Golden Telangana Welfare Association (GTWA) said that his organization is very much keen to provide social service to the Telanganites who are very much in need. He said that not only in KSA, Kuwait but also GTWA representatives are working in the Districts of Telangana to reach the poorest of the poor. He told that he is very much keen to support such activities which are helpful to resolve the issues of the NRIs. Mr. Syed Azhar Director Glory Group of Institutions highlight the importance of Girls education in the present society, he urged the NRI community to come forward for the upliftment of the poorest of the poor, especially girl’s students. Many NRIs from different organizations were felicitated by International Journalists Fraternity Forum, and in-recognition with their community services, they are honored with “Community Service Awards”. Yahind.com

    NRI POLICY SHOULD MANDATE PRE-DEPARTURE TRAINING FOR MIGRANTS - Jul 19 2016

    Mohammed Saifuddin – Yahind.com During the recent past we have read a lot about several cases of house maids running away from their employers. D Uma Shankar, 29, jumped from the first floor balcony of her employer’s residence in Dammam just only a month after she started working there. After spending a month in a hospital, she was flown back home to Chennai, with a steel plate in her back and shattered dreams. Barely six months before this incident, another Indian maid from Tamil Nadu, Kasthuri Munirathinam, lost her arm while trying to escape from her employer. Similar to Uma Shankar and Kasthuri, many Indian women move to Gulf countries to support their families at home. Most of these women have responsibilities towards their parents and children. There are an estimated 7.5 million Indian migrants are working in the six GCC states of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Oman. In 2015, more than 700,000 Indians moved to the Gulf states where domestic help is in high demand. Most of the poor women and men who come to gulf countries as house help face a lot of difficulties to adjust themselves in the new environment. Unlike the freedom in India, most house maids feel uncomfortable with the house confinement. Long working hours to look after the house chores makes them very tired at the end of the day, which some of them may not be used to. Upon reaching to the new country, from Airport they will directly come to their employers house. For the poor women, who only speak her mother tongue, it becomes very difficult to communicate with the employer and his family. In most of the houses in Gulf countries only Arabic is spoken, while many people do speak English, but no one can expect the poor housemaids to speak English. Due to this, at the initial stage of employment they face the cultural shock. Many women successfully adapt to the new culture as well as the working conditions, some women find it difficult to deal with this. Horrible stories of torture by the employers and confinement leading to virtual house arrest also surfaced. For some of the women, their dreams to earn and lead good life turns sour with horror and misery. If these women, laborers and al others who migrate to Gulf for employment were equipped with basic idea and knowledge of the situation which they would come across, they will be able to face the situation more tactfully. Absorbing to the new environment at a new country, will be a bit easier for them. Pre-departure orientation and counselling could be the most important strategy for this. It will surely minimizing the risks associated with labor migration. It should equip and prepare the intending migrant to tackle cultural shock and linguistic hurdles at the foreign country. They should be informed and get prepared for expected living and working conditions in the host country. Every worker who is migrating to Gulf country should be familiarized with rights and responsibilities of both the employee and employer. General working and living conditions of the host country should be informed to the migrant workers so that they can enhance their skills to adjust themselves to the new environment. They should also be aware of the law of the land, customs, traditions, general rules and regulations, do’s and don’ts etc. The basic communication skills should be groomed with most commonly used words Arabic words and small sentences. As the Telangana government is all set to release the NRI policy, the pre departure training should be made mandatory for every worker migrating to Gulf country. Research Unit on International Migration Center for Development Studies Trivandrum prepared the Pre-Departure Training Manual for International Organization for Migration. This manual and similar documents prepared by other organizations should be referred by the NRI policy makers of the Telangana government. An effective training will definitely help the migrant workers to face various challenges and tackle with difficult situations more effectively.
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    NRIs MADE A DIFFERENCE IN NATION BUILDING; “FIRST NRIs MEET” HELD IN HYDERABAD.

    NRIs MADE A DIFFERENCE IN NATION BUILDING; “FIRST NRIs MEET” HELD IN HYDERABAD.

    (Report M. Asif Ali, Special Correspondent) NRIs are the backbone for the nation building as they are one of the source for the Foreign Currency transactions which effects the economy of the country, moreover Education plays a very important role in one’s life, and in real sense Education is that which transforms a person to live a better life and even in a social well-being. This was the conclusion taken out from the “Ist NRIs Meet” which was held in Woodbridge Grand Hotel in Hyderabad. International Journalists Fraternity Forum and Media Premier League in association with Glory Group of Institutions, conducted the “NRIs Meet” in a grand manner. In accordance with the Eid ul Fitr and the vacation of NRIs in mind, the function is being organized. On this Occasion a seminar was also organized in which the eminent NRIs and Dignitaries have expressed their views. Speakers lauded the idea of conducting the NRIs meet, as it would be a platform to discuss the issues of NRIs and to discuss the solutions as well. The function starts with the recitation of Holy Quran by Mohammed Riyaz Hussami, after which the Naat was recited. Architect Abdul Rahman Saleem, founder and President Hindustani Bazm e Urdu was the Chief Guest, whereas Aijaz Ahmed Khan eminent NRI and President of many NRI organizations, Mrs. Rubina Hussaini, Director DPS, Mehdipatnam and Mr. Syed Zia Ur Rahman, CEO, NRI’s News Portal www.yahind.com attended the function as the Guest of Honors. President of IJFF Asif Ali and Mr. Syed Azhar, Director Glory Junior College welcomes the gathering and felicitated the Guests. Architect Abdul Rahman Saleem, founder and President Hindustani Bazm e Urdu in his presidential address said that NRIs should come on the common platform to resolve their issues. He emphasize the NRIs to have their own solutions to the existing problems. He has given few suggestions to working NRIs as well as NRIs who returned their homeland. He urged the IJFF to conduct such meet so that the NRIs can come on single platform to discuss and resolve their issues. Mr. Aijaz Ahmed Khan, President JCA and represents many NRIs organization said that it’s a good and fruitful initiative of the IJFF to conduct the NRIs meet. He was hopeful that many such events will be conducted on the same banner which addressed the NRIs issues and their solutions. He was very much impressed with the dedication of the IJFF team which conducts the meet within a short span of time. Mrs. Rubina Hussaini, Director, DPS Mehdipatnam spoke on the topic “Importance of Girls Education in present Society”. She is in opinion that it’s the need of the hour that the girl child must be treated equally with the boy and the attention must be equally given to them. She believes that the education of a girl child would be like educating the whole family. She has supported her views on the basis of few examples which she personally experienced in the society. She lauded the initiative taken by the IJFF to conduct the NRI meet, as it gives an opportunity to all NRIs to be on the same track. Mr. Syed Zia Ur Rahman, CEO, NRI’s News Portal Yahind.com spoke on the Topic “Proposed NRI Policy of Telangana Govt”. He has given an in-depth detail regarding the present scenario of the NRIs working in Gulf Countries, He advised the Govt. of Telangana to be cautious while drafting the NRI policy as many NRIs either gets benefited by the policy or they are at the loser’s end. Mr. Syed Moazam Ali, Chief Patron Golden Telangana Welfare Association (GTWA) said that his organization is very much keen to provide social service to the Telanganites who are very much in need. He said that not only in KSA, Kuwait but also GTWA representatives are working in the Districts of Telangana to reach the poorest of the poor. He told that he is very much keen to support such activities which are helpful to resolve the issues of the NRIs. Mr. Syed Azhar Director Glory Group of Institutions highlight the importance of Girls education in the present society, he urged the NRI community to come forward for the upliftment of the poorest of the poor, especially girl’s students. Many NRIs from different organizations were felicitated by International Journalists Fraternity Forum, and in-recognition with their community services, they are honored with “Community Service Awards”. Yahind.com
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