China Media And Official Both Issue Strong Warnings On War With India

The countdown of the military conflict between India and Chinese China daily began today, a senior government official praised Beijing India suggesting that the Delhi stock may be compensated by Chinese soldiers entering the Uttar Pradesh or cashmere.

In Parliament, Defense Minister Arun Jitli stressed that the armed forces are strong enough to meet any challenge to the country’s security and stressed that lessons learned from the 1962 war with China.

“I agree that some challenges are still there some people are targeting the sovereignty and unity of our country, but I am quite sure that our brave soldiers have the ability to protect our country, S ‘both the challenges on the eastern border and the Western border said.”

His remarks came a day when a senior official in China made aggressive remarks about the possible escalating conflict in Sikkim, which began in mid-June.

Beijing refers to the area boil with tension as Donglang claims it is from Chinese territory.

Bhutan and India say that the area is part of the small kingdom of the Himalayas and Indian soldiers moved to prevent the Chinese army to build a road there because it contravenes the current situation on a very sensitive area at the intersection of India, China and Bhutan.

India has suggested that both countries claim their troops, but Beijing has refused to do so and said India has “illegally crossed” the border in Sikkim, and therefore the party is committed to withdraw its troops.

“Even if there is only one Indian soldier, even for a day, it is still a violation of our sovereignty and territorial integrity,” said Wang Wenli, a senior official of the Foreign Ministry of the People’s Republic of China.

Ms. Wang said a delegation from the Indian media. “It is impossible to have a dialogue with India now, our people will think our government is incompetent,” she said.

“We believe it is not possible for the Indian side to use a triangular cross-pretext,” he claimed. “The Indian side has a lot of triangular connections, what if we use the same excuse and enter the Kalabani region between China, India and Nepal, or even in Kashmir between India and Pakistan?”

When asked whether China is preparing for a war with India, Ms. Wang said: “I can only say to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and the Chinese government, we have a report.

Even if the Indian Party decides to make a wrong turn or illusions about this incident, we have the right to use all measures consistent with international law to protect our rights. ”

India and China have announced that they will use diplomatic channels to resolve the dispute.

Daily editorial in the state daily Daily India today warned that the clock is running out and that “India should blame it” if it did not withdraw its troops from the Doklam plateau, which hosted a military confrontation between the two countries since mid-June.

“Despite the impasse … enters the seventh week, closing the window for a peaceful solution,” the Chinese daily said.

Opposition to meet in Delhi this week to decide on strategy to counter BJP

NEW DELHI: At the end of the session, the ugly parliament, the leader Benjamin West and the leader of the Trinamool Congress, Mamata Banerjee will travel to Delhi to attend an August 11 meeting all opposition parties that met from the Presidential elections to address the BJP to power.

The meeting convened by Congress leader Sonia Gandhi must have 18 parties, with the exception of JD (T), who has already joined the forum, but that was to the NDA camp, which has decided to vote in a joint strategy At the gates of Parliament for the next three months before Parliament meets for the winter session in November.

Opposition parties in Parliament have coordinated soil strategy for the monsoon session and on Tuesday they even worked together to get out Rajya Sabha claiming that the currency of Rs 500 banknotes in circulation are not identical.

Even Wednesday the parties plan to address the problem against the afternoon government because the morning in the House will focus on the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Quit India movement against the British rulers who culminated in Independence of India in 1947.

On the remaining three days of the session, opposition parties have decided to allow the upper chamber, where it still has a majority of only ran for celebrations of Quit India, vice president and farewell Hamid Ansari, vice president and Rajya Sabha, and Also to welcome the President and Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu, a member of one’s own house.

Opposition parties plan to address issues related to the current regime in the streets and through public gatherings to keep the momentum of protests in the next three months and the first major rally is scheduled to rally a demonstration in Gandhi Maidan called Patna By RJD chief Lalu Prasad, whose party recently left the government with the leader of JD (T), Nitish Kumar, who broke the alliance and retired with BJP to form the government in Bihar.

It is interesting to note that the top leader of the JD member (T) Rajya Sabha Sharad Yadav, invited opposition leaders to a forum – Sanjha Virasat – proposed to float on August 17. Yadav can also attend the meeting of opposition parties on August 11, his party is not part of the group that formed Opposition Unit.

Marina beach protests were like Occupy Wall Street, says director of jallikattu documentary

Marina beach protests were like Occupy Wall Street, says director of jallikattu documentary

Director Santhosh Gopal is baffled, there is no documentary on the pro-Jallikattu demonstrations that swept Chennai in January. It began as minor agitations in Tamil Nadu against the refusal of the Supreme Court to receive requests challenging its ban on traditional bullfighting in 2014 and quickly became an unprecedented gathering of 1,000 rupees in Marina Beach in the capital of Tamil Nadu.

Gopal, who began his career as an assistant to filmmaker PC Sreeram, documenting the riots, which lasted for several days, was the most obvious response as a director. “It was a historic event filled with material that begged to be fired,” he told Scroll.in.

The documentary Gopal Jallikattu is in the post-production phase. A summary has already been discussed at the United Nations office in Nairobi. Produced by wife Nirupama, the film also has Anurag Kashyap as executive producer.

When did you decide to shoot pro-Jallikattu events?
On January 17, I received a text message that asked me to join a protest on Marina Beach by a group of people in favor of Jallikattu. I went there without my camera because I wanted to see what was happening. Around 4000 people gathered in the afternoon before Vivekananda Mandapam. As the night faded into the night, the police and the media arrived. Then I asked my driver to pick up my camera. I had no idea that the protest will continue for a week. I just wanted to record something to upload to YouTube.

It was a very different protest. The police asked the crowd what their demands are. No one knew what to say. I noticed that very few in the congregation had been in a rally before. Later, when the police commissioner asked a representative to file, no one has gone. And yet there was a sense of unified rebellion, an unprecedented type.

Throughout the night, police turn off all the lights on the beach. I had a camera with me. In the middle of the crowd, I saw a man come out of his cell phone and turn on the torches of the lamp. Another man followed, and little by little the beach looked like the stars had descended on the shore of the sea. As a visual, it was fascinating. I spent the night and the next week and filmed everything I saw. I had no writing in mind, no narrative.

People brought banners that said ‘Occupy Marina’ and immediately my mind recalled anti-consumer events in New York in 2011, Occupy Wall Street. I thought there were many similarities between the two movements. The next day, I saw Tamilagam / Tamilandam flags. It was at that moment that I learned that the protest had begun to focus on a single issue and was a single region.

I have identified five protagonists of the beach, each of a different context, and I began to follow their histories. I wanted to know what drove everyone to the beach and through them to understand the anatomy of the protest.

I have used a variety of instruments, unmanned film cameras for phone cameras. An unmanned aircraft was used to capture almost 16 lakh people in a single take. In the end, he had more than 200 hours of film. It was a challenge, of course. But it surprises me that no one else has thought of taking the case as a subject for his film.

The Daily Fix: Lynchings may not be new but for the government to treat them as routine certainly is

The Daily Fix: Lynchings may not be new but for the government to treat them as routine certainly is

Unión Ministry of Interior Rajiv Mehrishi han sugerido that los linchamientos no son a fenómeno nuevo; Ellos están in el “feudal” in the naturaleza. Ellos “sacudir the conciencia” in the actualidad, pero debe ser porque her “más exagerada y más informado. Este día surgió very shapeless lynching Muslim hombres en el norte de Bengala, y unos pocos días después de 16 años de edad musulmana fue golpeado hasta la muerte in a tren Haryana are 57 años de edad murió frente a una mezquita CACHEMIRA 22 de junio, observación the Mehrishi, lo que parece este tipo de sugerir that incident deben ser como minimizan costumbre, are aterradora.

Ciertamente a lynching es una forma de violencia atávica, ritualizada espontánea there, al mismo tiempo, sober base justicia popular Nociones Primas promulgando miedos Profundos y más de una sociedad paranoia, the necesidad de encontrar a expiatorio. No hay documentos oficiales as demuestren estos incidentes son ya hacia arriba o no; That ahora se discuten sólo informó puede ser paso in the direction correcta.

Pero una especie of linchamiento es, sin duda, a product of the actual political situation and the frenesí, that permitió to the mayoría. Casi todas las víctimas eran personas of the comunidad minoritaria. Todos los atacantes eran miembros del poder mayoritario – Ellos debían ser otra comunidad en Cachemira. Muchos de ellos han sido asesinatos en el number of the leases of protección of the vaca defendidas por el gobierno central and el estado con un nuevo celo. Turbas matan ahora con una sensacion of impunidad, con muchos teléfonos móviles de diseño para filmar the violencia. No es suficiente para hacer frente a la muerte, debe ser commemorated testigo, haciendo que el acto de matar a símbolo, repetido una y otra vez en el mundo virtual. In the América del 19 y Principios del siglo 20, los recuerdos oscuros de linchamiento negros podrían ser comprados por un pequeño precio. The tecnología moderna ha asegurado of which el evento in sí puede ser probado varias veces de forma gratuita.

The mayoría of refrigeración propio silencio sobre el of violencia por parte del gobierno. El domingo, el primer ministro Narendra Modi hablo de su programa de radio “Mann Ki BAAT” sobre el yoga perorar los orígenes of palabra “monstruo” baños emergencia there. Pero linchamientos ocurridos en los últimos días sin comentarios. Por lo tanto, las declaraciones del ministro del Interior Poco ventoso no debería ser una sorpresa. Los lynchings no sea nuevo, pero this cultura del consenso político Ciertamente is.Samar Halarnkar disecciona the back of lynchings historia y cómo is hindú Cobra India.

Arunabh Saikia informa de cómo, in Arunachal Pradesh, el ejército pertenece a matar a civilian, pero lo that acción?

Las fuerzas especiales – Actos Power otorga wide potencias las militares y contra el inmunidad the Enjuiciamiento las zonas afectadas por el conflicto – es, en efecto, in partes Arunachal Pradesh Changlang incluyendo. Barrio con cerca Owings SUS Myanmar utilizado es por los grupos como el Consejo Nacional insurgentes Socialista Nagaland (Khaplang) y el Frente liberación Assam (independiente) como punto de Campos tránsito para los entrenamiento Cruzado in Myanmar, dicen Los funcionarios de seguridad.

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India tops OECD list of countries that trust their governments the most: What does it mean for PM Modi?

India has become the top of a survey conducted by the Organization for Cooperation and Development (OECD) to the extent that a country depends on its government.

The result was published in a report entitled About Government in 2017, which, according to the publication, “provides the latest data available on governments of OECD countries.”

The Indian summit listed, giving a great clue to the NDA government led by the BJP, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm.

Lowest on the list is Greece, which, in recent years, many struggled with their finances and loans global flaws, and had to be bailed out by the European Union.

According to a report in Forbes magazine: “With 73 percent, India was at the top of the trust league government, while Canada had higher levels of trust than the average of 62 percent.”

The result can be interpreted as a huge vote of confidence in Modi and his government in India, despite the increasing number of cases of cows surveillance and right-wing violence in some areas.

This could also indicate that Modi is scheduled to return to power for a second term in 2019. However, there are a lot of time between now and the current time, and a lot can happen in that time.

The results of the OECD survey can be considered as people’s support for projects that the government has introduced the NES, reformed or renovated. This could also be the result of a scam now appearing in the framework of Modi.

Other notable countries, American confidence in the current government of the United States under the multi-million dollar companies magnanisme, the politician and the current President Donald Trump represent only 30 percent.

This could be due to his inclination to be involved in controversies, often coming out of any new newspaper would turn to negative news about him.

Even the UK, which decided last year to divide the European Union into a referendum that has been vilified by many, score 41% in the latest poll.

Sikkim standoff continues: India sticks to its guns on Chinese diplomacy

Sikkim standoff continues: India sticks to its guns on Chinese diplomacy

Sikkim standoff continues: India sticks to its guns on Chinese diplomacy

Two days after the People’s Daily, a spokesman for the Communist Party of China (CCP) published an image of an editorial from 1962, when it was given a humiliating military defeat in New Delhi, and also warned India against ” Invasion “in its New Delhi said Thursday that it will continue to use diplomatic channels to resolve the halt between the two armed forces in the nearby Dokalam Sikkim region.

Authorities said Interior Minister Rajnath Singh and Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj will close on Friday the leaders of the opposition’s top parties on the situation in the deployment of Jammu and Kashmir and China.

The conscience comes following a terrorist attack on pilgrims to Yatra Amarnath on Monday that six pilgrims died and the growing deterioration of Beijing in the Dokalam trigger.

The government’s effort is to establish a consensus by opposing the two issues with the monsoon session of Parliament from Monday.

Part of the People’s Daily and Chinese Foreign Ministry statements in the last two weeks have begun alarm bells at the top Raisina Hill.

The newspaper article paraphrased pieces and editorials led by the People’s Daily, Xinhua and Global Times to send a clear message to India to accept China’s position at the current stop at the Sikkim border or be ready to face a repeat Of 1962.

“If this can be tolerated, what can not be?” The editorial of September 22, 1962, before a month before the Chinese-Chinese War of 1962, said that “Chinese people would not tolerate provocation of the Indian army” according to an article published in the newspaper CRI entitled “Daily From People to India: borderline is the end result. ”

In an echo of China’s current position on the Dokalam conflict, the 1962 editorial warned New Delhi of grave consequences if the conflict stopped. He accused the Indian troops of invading the territory of Beijing.

During the past two weeks, Beijing has accused the Indian troops of having “crossed” in its Donglang (Dokalam) region. The area is also claimed by Bhutan.

“The intrusion of the Indian army into Chinese territory is a flagrant violation of China’s sovereignty, which must be corrected immediately and unconditionally,” he said, noting that, since Indian troops “crossed the Chinese territory” and “obstructed Work on the road “in the Dokalam in June, China has made a series of protests to urge India to withdraw its troops immediately.

“India must correct its mistakes and do sincere testing to avoid an even more serious situation, creating further consequences,” said the piece.

On Wednesday, China proposed to play a “constructive” role in resolving the Kashmir conflict between India and Pakistan, especially after the increase in hostility along the Line of Control (LOC), a comment to annoy India Highlights that the Simla agreement that New Delhi and Islamabad had agreed to settle bilaterally.

Today, the Foreign Ministry spokesman (MEA) has rejected the Chinese offer and said that India’s position on all issues, including Kashmir with Pakistan on a bilateral basis, had not changed.

Spokesman Gopal Baglay said India was ready for dialogue with bilateral Pakistan, but at the heart of the issue was cross-border terrorism that threatened regional peace.

He said diplomatic channels continue to be used for a resolution of the Dokalam stop.

Asked about China’s comment, there was no “bilateral meeting” between Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and China’s President Xi Jinping in Hamburg, MEA spokesman said: “I had a willing conversation between them. Of problems that were the subject of conversation. “

Bengaluru garment hub’s dirty secret: Sexual harassment in the workplace

Bengaluru garment hub’s dirty secret: Sexual harassment in the workplace

Sakina * a department in the department of work in Bengaluru to see who practices it on the next date of their hearing. Elle savait well the disposition du bâtiment, comme sa maison, or are dernier lieu de travail – the usual plant in it is a game of three years. In addition to the greenhouses, the gardes de sécurité, les péones au bureau, et ils ont répondu avec des sourires soucieux.

Vers 13 heures, dont ils ont dit that the fonctionnaire du gouvernement that conviennenter prender plus of temps pour le voir. Ainsi, Sakina, age of 42 ans, has been assis sous an arbre à l’extérieur, deserré le burkha autour de son et ou sa sa boîte à lunch in acer. “Je ne vais pas rentrer chez moi jusqu’à ce qu’il soit le soir”, a-tle el déclaré à Kannada. “De toute façon, je ne peux pas aller à la maison avec les nouvelles désespérées, ou je vais perdre leur soutien.”

Sakina’s family and friends are conditioned by her decision to put the 25-year career, a job in a clothing factory and family stability into a challenge, as at the time, a time of sexual harness at work. Sakina started a collage of the factory she had worked for, demanded the sexual favelas and the punishment for the ne pas to conform.

“Presque tout le monde m’a dit que je suis d’un harcèlement prouverait que je n’étais pas harcelé”, dit Sakina en tenant sa tête. “Parce que dans notre culture, une femme qui est harcelée ne parle général pas”. More this waiting for silence. Sakina has completed her work at work and, if she has not satisfied the answer, she has submitted an application in the Karnataka work service. Alors who roues de la justice is révoltent lentement, elle est devenue plus déterminée à voir jusqu’à la fin. “Ce n’est pas seulement pour moi”, en-elle dit. “Demain, ma fille peut aller à un bureau ou une usine – il doit être en sécurité pour elle”.

Une étude menée in 2016 by the non-governmental organization, Sisters of Change, to révélé that 60% of women workers verbal, physical or sexual violence. More of the National Commission for women who received 522 plants in 2015, do not travellers des business étaient négligeables. Sakina industry works in textiles and clothing, is the second employer after agriculture in India. Près des Trois Quarts de as active population of 24 lakh sont des jeunes femmes.

To Bangalore, which is 1 200 millimeters more than the number of women aged 18 to 40 years. Hours work eight hours to 10 hours per day and receive a minimum wage – less than 7,500 per month. Moreover, in a sector that relies heavily on women, sexual harcèlement is the normal and little approached. The recruiting practices they create for young people are dedicated to the rural villages of Geneva or other states and the auberges where these workers are confined to create an environment conducive to exploitation.

A woman on the sept works at the Bengaluru mills make face to a harcèlement. Female workers at the same time as they are educated at school are handled by unions, wages, and labor surcharges, and are no more than vulgar verbal abuses and sexes in the factory, but Less susceptible to protester et de reservoir réparation.

Des femmes comme Sakina, qui se salt plants, sontars. Plus of 60 Bengaluru workers who were published in the newspaper and in April and who were told that the demands of degradation of the uses of dresses – and routine abuse – due to financial pressures and the Social stigmatization associated with the ‘Admission harcelées sexuellement. “Workers in the economy are economically vulnerable and at risk of losing their jobs,” said Yashoda, a member of the clothing trade union, a women’s union based in Bengaluru.

In Arunachal Pradesh, the Army owned up to killing an innocent civilian. What happens next?

In Arunachal Pradesh, the Army owned up to killing an innocent civilian. What happens next?

On the night of June 14, Indian Army 21 (Special Forces) troops Thingtu Nemu, 35, were killed in the town of Kongsa in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh, in alleged anti-terrorist operations. The village is on the border between India and Myanmar.

The next morning, the army issued a statement saying that it had mistakenly killed Thingtu NGemu, the caller as a “wrong identity.” The statement said:

“Army troops had ambushed that particular area because of their difficult intelligence regarding the movement of a group of hardcore terrorists. It was during this period that the person who died, went into ambush and was challenged , He made very suspicious moves and rushed to the ambush, forcing them to open a shot that would cause a fatal injury. ‘C’ is a case of mistaken identity. ”

While the army version meant that there was a provocation behind Thingtu NGemu and that he had “suspicious motions and rushed to the ambush,” relatives of the deceased and other residents of Kongsa dispute the claim.

Rajesh Singpho, a father, said Thingtu NGemu spent the night in search of Tuwang NGemu, a village elder who had left his factory in the afternoon and did not return since. Thingtu said NGemu was accompanied by seven others when he was shot. The rest survived and recounted the sequence of events in their statement, he said.

Roitun Taikam, a member of the panchayat, was corroborated. He said: “As it was a Wednesday, the weekly heat day [local market], Tuwang went in the morning to rip leaves paan [betel] When he did not come back that night, his family.concerns and children are sent to look for him.

The plantation where jhum Tuwang NGemu worked, said Taikam was a 15-20 minute walk from the city. When he left the plantation, he was stopped by the Army parachutists, who did not release despite repeated requests, said Taikam.

The eight men then started looking for Tuwang NGemu at 10 o’clock. “They approached the region, calling it by its name aloud,” said Singpho. “They have clearly demonstrated that they were civilians of the people in search of a lost old man, but the soldiers opened fire without warning.”

Taikam said Thingtu NGemu died on the spot. “Even after the ball has hit Thingtu, they have not stopped shooting,” he said. “The other guys were lucky enough to survive.”

And he added: “Thingtu was shot only 30 meters from the paratroopers have night vision goggles and all the boys had flashlights, but opened fire. Is this how a professional army ..?”

The army, however, was next to the statement issued the day after the incident. Speaking to Scroll.in, his public relations Lieutenant Colonel Guwahati, Suneet Newton, said: “The original statement is based on empirical facts and the actual sequence of events on the ground.” He said that an internal investigation was commissioned by the military In the incident.

When asked if the Army intended to compensate the deceased’s family in any way, the officer said it was not within the mandate of the force to do so. Changlang police, the head of Amit Sharma, said a case had been registered at the local police station Namtok based on a complaint filed by the woman Thingtu NGemu, but refused to disclose the charges that the policy provided support. “It’s not going to be fair for him to reveal at this stage,” Sharma said.