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PM Modi to address UNGA today, likely to focus on COVID-19, terrorism



Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Saturday during which he is likely to focus on “pressing global challenges” including the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to combat terrorism, climate change and other important issues.

The theme for this year’s General Debate is ‘Building Resilience through hope to recover from COVID-19, rebuild sustainably, respond to the needs of the planet, respect the rights of people, and revitalise the United Nations.’

“Landed in New York City. Will be addressing the UNGA at 6:30 PM (IST) on the 25th,” PM Modi tweeted soon after he landed in New York.
The high-level segment of the 76th UNGA began in New York on Tuesday. The UNGA meeting this year is in a hybrid format but a large number of leaders have arrived in New York.

Prime Minister Modi will speak on various important issues including cross-border terrorism, regional situation and United Nations Security Council (UNSC) reforms, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla had said earlier.

Regarding India’s permanent membership at the UNSC, Shringla said PM Modi will lay emphasis upon the UNSC reforms during his address.

“India’s Amrit Mahotsav and the 75th-anniversary of the UN are coinciding. And on this occasion, Prime Minister Modi during his address will definitely speak on UN reforms, about why it is needed and how it can be achieved,” he said.

Modi had arrived in Washington on Wednesday for a three-day visit to the country on Wednesday, his first beyond neighbourhood since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Prime Minister held bilateral meetings with US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris here. He also met his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison and Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga. PM Modi also participated in the first in-person Quad Summit in Washington after COVID-19.

He also held meetings with five global CEOs for potential investment in India on Thursday.


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Hindu students threatened by Terrorists after the medical college video goes viral




After a viral video showed some girl students raising pro-Pakistan slogans, a Hindu student identified as Ananya Jamwal, studying at Sher E Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences Srinagar (SKIMS), was targeted by Islamists. They alleged that Jamwal was behind leaking the video of SKIMS students celebrating Pakistan’s win in the T20 World Cup match against India.

However, according to Jamwal, she wasn’t the one who shared the video. She only pointed out what was happening in the college and called out those who were supporting Pakistan. Reportedly, UAPA has been invoked against those who had raised pro-Pakistan slogans.

In a tweet, while urging everyone not to share fake information about her, Jamwal said she didn’t expose anyone and was countering those supporting the traitors.

“When the traitors who were celebrating Pakistan win got exposed. I countered those supporting traitors; after that, they all started harassing me by different means. I only countered them. I didn’t expose, anybody and I am not any police informer. They got exposed.” She added, “A humble request please not to share wrong information.” the tweet read

Umar Wani, the spokesperson of Jammu Kashmir United Liberation Front, an Islamist group, has written a letter saying that actions will be taken against people who have raised voices against people celebrating Pakistan’s victory over India.

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3 People Went Missing in Jammu under Suspicious Circumstances; Police Starts Search Operation




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Three people living in Janipur and Kanachak areas went missing from their homes under suspicious circumstances. A case has been registered at the concerned police station on the complaint of the three family members.

In the complaint lodged at Janipur police station, Mohd Sadiq, son of Alam Din resident Paloura, said that his 19-year-old daughter-in-law Sonam Kaur’s wife Mohammad Yasir had gone from home for some work on Monday around 4 pm. Sonam is wearing a pink salwar and kameez. Information was collected about him in every possible place, but he reached Janipur police station and got his missing report registered after not getting any clue.

At the same time, Sandhya Mehra, a girl living in Janipur, went missing from her house on Tuesday afternoon under suspicious circumstances. The girl’s brother Sanjay Mehra told the police that her sister’s mental condition was not good. She has left the house without informing. A case of missing has been registered at Janipur police station.

On the other hand, 45-year-old Balwinder Singh, a resident of Garhi in Kanachak, went missing from his house on the outskirts of the city. Her brother Vikram Singh got her missing report lodged with the Kanachakk police station. Taking action in this matter, the photographs and other information of missing people from the concerned police station were sent through the police control room to all the police stations and outposts of the city. If any information is received about them, the concerned police should be informed.

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Reasi Police Arrested 2 Absconders Accused of Kidnapping-Rape after 19 years




Reasi Police has arrested two brothers accused of kidnapping and rape after 19 years. Both have been identified as Abdul Rashid and Makhna son Mian Kharian, resident of Barnaili Thillu Tehsil Mahor Reasi. In 2002, Mahor police had registered a case of kidnapping and rape against both the accused. He kidnapped the woman and kept her with him, and raped her every day.

Reasi police said that both the accused fled away as soon as the case was registered in the police station. Both of them changed their disguise and were living from one place to another. This is the reason why it was difficult to arrest them. Meanwhile, after the investigation proved the case, a charge sheet was presented against them in the court in 2003. The court, on 10/09/2004, issued an order of arrest against both the accused.

The Reasi police team led by SSP Reasi Shailendra Singh made an elaborate plan and laid a trap to arrest the absconding accused. The police succeeded in their strategy, and both hardcore and long-running criminals were arrested. Police officials said that evidence had been collected against both the accused, and soon both will be produced before the court.

SSP Shailendra Singh took over the command of Reasi District Police, the police have arrested more than 100 absconding criminals in the last six months under the scheme of “Arrest of the Ferrari”. This is a record in itself. At the same time, the local people have also appreciated the functioning of the police department under the leadership of SSP Shailendra Singh for pushing the hardcore criminals of the district behind bars in such a short time.

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