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"jammu" Discussed on News Serve

News Serve

06:34 min | 2 months ago

"jammu" Discussed on News Serve

"Getting some more news from jammu at this point in time suspicious activity has been seen for the fourth consecutive day. Jumble drones was spotted at different locations around whiter security installations once again. This comes three days after the attack on jamal at base now as social security forces have sported a suspected drawn last night at nine twenty three. Pm in kharian mid answer who've been jungle at four forty am again. Another suspected drone was spotted near important army installations in college acadia yet. Another what was seen again. At four fifty two at conjoining indian air force important installation remember the area announce security forces installations is on high alert. The nra also has taken over the probe of the incident of attack on jim where base few days back and investigation on the spotting of drones is currently underway to talk more on that. I'm joined by my colleagues on the broadcast. As as roma who's joining us from jammu is tracking the developments on the ground as well. Ramon if i could come to you. I remain a big john carry henry ford consecutive day. Hejab jumble maistre activity suspect key charred ruins johnny dean drones. Beg your pardon. I gotta ahead. Rock detect gig. John gotti hesketh vitamin mission. Blast i still about the move to yourself to walk with polish. Listen break which is being woman. They know that for a headwaters. Why army stylish off need room to suspicious woman kicking arse about odd mean sonny those are you looking for those in our own activities nikki. He thought about the bombing. Just one air force air force. New studies have offered stiff. Asking decided arguments that year police. He's the dogs that were here. E. suddenly decided deterring people he mother don't do have what they got within solution for. She you got you got to hear our station. Glossed over who start programs. Dodge and up on the list released especially people get the job as a yankee. I don't want to have all the voters. Latin recognize inca keith. Out of that this morning time. Learning that the nsa has installed drawn monitoring and jemma system at the ifc station. Jumble but also being told that anti-drunk system at all vital installations of security forces in jammu will also be established. But like if i could come to you now but What more information do we have about this. Absolutely and people can something that has been talked about. Quarter longtime has been a discussion When the edgy also inequality spoke about it. Nothing has spoken about it. And for the longest time of the happy can fatah's the security of the countries in sun and now offer. This attack becomes even more plugged into office. Anti-jewish systems with the deal of adding talked about the already being developed by wendy. Have our hands on those ended will be stored in these important faces yet to be known. However you rightly pointed out. Some systems have already been in started. Agnes establishment of at iguanas systems is also something that is underway now Important questions that was raised earlier of what these joining upgraded from inside. What has a cross-border house. What is it that they've not been on the other. Which are goes you know. Sensitive system can actually catch these. Even the small port author that these have been using these zones offer visits. It's so which one of these off-duty detected on the what other final for you know. Machinery that are used to get out and on the joins is yet to be a southern of force that is going on prime minister of conductor of water meeting. That is going to be more breathing. And what technically will be will be decided by a that is guided by the alright. Alright thank you so much. As as roman for joining us on the broadcast giving us all those white updates about this drone activity that has been once again detected in areas in. Jumble will try and get more details about this in a bid from now. That's the latest we had picking at this point. In time this is the fourth consecutive day wherein in jammu this suspicious activity has been seen. Three drones have been seen by security forces and now. This is some update. Also that we've got that. The energy has already installed at drawn monitoring and jemma system at the station in jumble. Where the for the first time the very first day when the drone activity was found was seen was at the ir station. Jumbled there were two minute blast also that took place near the base..

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"jammu" Discussed on News Serve

News Serve

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"jammu" Discussed on News Serve

"Learning go through sources that the energy has installed don't monitoring and jammer systems at the IFR jamus station, we're also being told that anti drone systems at all vital installations of security forces in jamu will also be installed. DG NSG in fact is on his way to jamu to take stock of the situation on the ground, the energy teams are already stationed at the spot and probe is underway. Let me go across to my colleague, pala Sharma, who's joining me for more on this. Pelant we're learning that some specialized lights are also being installed at the IAF station. Do you have specifics of what that really means? And to what extent does that heighten our security systems? Well, absolutely our harshness, the lights are being installed, which are these specific lights, how many number is of course not known yet, but the three new things that are in the process of being installed are these lights, of course, this will perhaps give a better vision during the BR's during night art because you know we've seen there are all these drones was spotted during the night as the attack took place during the night. It's not that there's not enough light. But perhaps for a better visibility or for, you know, even these small list of things that the radar right now can not catch, just like these four quarters. Also anti drone systems have been established at several layers. You know, military installations in different parts of the country, but you give an entire coverage to all the entire stations or the entire area is almost impossible. Now after this attack and after drones being spotted almost every day since the attack has happened more as such anti drone systems are in the process of being established some have been established now, DJ and SG are like the rightly pointed out is also on his way to take a stop of the situation and this also pertains to the probe that is already going on the MSG team was the one that was the, you know, rushed to the spot instantly after this incident took place. And I of course is proving the matter. But DJ and SG will take stock of what more perhaps apps could be required. Now Jammu and Kashmir is a sensitive zona however we obviously can't deny that all other air bases or military installations are equally sensitive. Though after this attack, you know, a lot of questions I should have been raised for the fact that was his drones being born from across the border, which seems unlikely as far as the exports are telling us all are there more drones that could be seen in future and you know we can not ignore the fact that every single day two to three drones are being spotted in this area by military by the Indian military. So to get a better view to get more hands on these drones to perhaps get them caught on radar, which is not entirely possible in all areas, these installations have been made continue to get, you know, experts, views on what exactly does this mean? Can we really get a full coverage? Even at one particular air base, this jamboard is all around this area. What is, you know, a deep capability of these radars that we put up. Can they catch all drones all kind of blown? What is going to be the range? You know that these are these machines. These installations will work. These are some of the vital questions that remain unanswered right now. We don't have specifics. We also do not want to give out specifics of on our channel right now, which may have put any kind of national security or give out any sort of information to the adversary. So we are not going to speculate much right now. We're also not going to reveal much right now, but yes, a lot is being done as far as the security situation in this area, especially in gentleman Kashmir right now is concerned as well as other areas of high alert of course is on her shirt. And we get more updates for our viewers as and when we get to information from our reporters on ground also and from our security sources. Thanks for that time for bringing to us all those updates of security Titan, special lights been put up at the Air Force Base in jam. And the security is tightened as Palo Alto pointed out. She also made a point about drones and for four consecutive days now drones have been spotted in fact drones are also spotted last night as well at three different locations around the vital security installations once again. This comes three days after the first attack took place dean only in to be very, very clear over there. That took place at the jamu air base hospitals. In fact, security forces spotted us expected drone last night at 9 23 p.m. in the area at around four 40 a.m. again one drone was spotted near an important army installation in the cultural area in jamu. And yet another drone was spotted around for 52 a.m. at the conjugate and at the area near the Indian air force important installation, remember the area around security forces installations is already on high alert. And the NIA has taken over the probe of the incident of attack on the jambo air base, which did take place with the help of drone then more investigation is on as far as spotting drones is concerned..

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"jammu" Discussed on News Serve

News Serve

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"jammu" Discussed on News Serve

"Tobon may be involved in this particular activity. Also because they've been using dropping weapon they've been using drawn offending ides's side league after suspected giannetta. That jolted the jumua for station on twenty seven. June under the drone was spotted at the indian territory in armenia area of jammu district on four july. What is it got a divorce. Troops fired at a small hickson copter belonging to pakistan as it was trying to cross the international border in anya secto due to this fighting. It flew back immediately. Senior officers of water. Security forces have reviewed the security situation and only international border which has now been put on high alert. lately who won't activities have been imported in several of the jumbo district on indicating night of june. Twenty seven to twenty eight do separate activities was spotted retinue chuck and culture military area however. The drones flew back after quick reaction. Deans and each them with fighting. Multiple teams including team of the national investigative agency have joined the probe to examine the reason behind the suspected donor. Dat added technically of the jam. Webbie's initial examination of the joyner dab blah's debris suggests that military grade explosive spat in a steelcase will us with an intention to blast the military installation for the and what makes what was or other materials that is also improved but our presence is available and idea something which is omitted expose which is not as available debate has to be from santana of government and for that matter that aspect would also be thrown through teams have been investigating whether too low intensity explosions on twenty seventh soon but part of attendant attack. She you cannot when this kind of tactic place and bickel that run from the pop land is involved in this very strongly subject suspected in the olden days so you cannot handle other agencies within for making travel in kashmir and richard been sustaining the cycle of violence for many years. Now the boxing the dgb of genuine schmead has also said that gemma police had recovered five to six gauges of improvise explosive device. The idea was sent by left over from the fellow. Who was that idea has been arrested by. Police is being interrogated. That idea was to be plundered at a crowded place. Where hundreds of people this head trip. The large number of casualties should take place to added that the borders are silent but the weapon dropping and i e d dropping into acting place from across the border before the all of weapon dropping beyeler script over by use of dunes has taken place so we believe we suspect there may be involved in this particular activity. Also because they've been using doping weapon they've been choosing drawn for sending ides's side. We have been able to recover number ideas. And this i would on this that less over handy suspected rest when the when we will be moving instigation would be able to attack at the air force station. Discourse has started of how to strengthen the defenses of armed forces against the drones and we have dignity view of scorpio likely installations and some special measures have been taken and magister quickly. God we would focus on into. We would focus on news after analogy. We were jo-john dues countermeasures. Which are available and definitely see that the security of the installations is eastern reorient. The defense resulting development organization has developed an anti-drug technology defoe four drone that can swiftly detect and destroyed ruins that pose a security threat to the country..

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India restores 4G mobile internet in Kashmir after 18-month ban

Daily Tech News Show

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

India restores 4G mobile internet in Kashmir after 18-month ban

"Row. He'd console principal secretary of the jammu and kashmir government in india said friday that four g internet services were being restored in the entire region. This comes eighteen months after a blackout was imposed to curb the spread of potential backlash over new. Delhi's decision to revoke kashmir's sending a semi autonomous status in august of twenty nineteen. It has been awhile. Gemunu kashmir are home to more than thirteen million

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They Call Us House of Ho

They Call Us Bruce

05:19 min | 1 year ago

They Call Us House of Ho

"N welcome to another edition of they call the spruce not filter conversation about what's happening in eastern america and reality television and i'm jeff yang and as the ho- holidays approach. We are here. Yes yes yes because this is this a moment for plans. We are here to talk about the brand new reality tv. Show on the block. House of ho show that does seem to exist primarily to make about the name. Ho shonda for asians. Everyone knows getting. It's it's a fun show. Show that Is definitely worth talking about. And we have some great people talk about it with us first of all our friends. Our colleague Our collaborator jammu. Who is producer of the podcasts southern friday and the forthcoming movie daughter and has the morgan with fillon myself in fill one. I don't know a little bit of a book project which we can talk about some other time and welcome to the podcast jess. Thank talk about this. Yes you are not alone. We would also love to welcome to they. Call bruce both you guys. First time right hon win. Who is the senior culture editor at salon and co host of good pop culture club. Another podcast in our Podcast family so welcome to the show. Yeah a happy to be here. I'm yeah shocked that it's taken so long for me. Ask but i feel like this is the one i meant to be on me. We definitely we definitely asked to vietnamese american women to be on the pike. Ask very specifically to talk about this show. And i like han when i asked you. I may have been like kind of presumptuous. And that like you know you're you're an entertainment journalist. Who's vietnamese american. I was like. I just assumed that you had watched you like interested and watch watched house of hope when i asked you. I presume that was true that you did and so and so. That's why you're like. Yeah i'll be on the on the podcast. It was funny because you know. I should've expected it and yet you asked me. I was like oh. Of course. Because i'm actually from houston perfect practically a ho hos and they were none of them though. 'cause toes what to private school system so we should say that house of hose on hbo. Max it is a Reality television series in the vein of all those shows that you that no one wants a care to admit to watch like the cardiac shahs of sunset and The real housewives that genre But it specifically focusing on a very wealthy vietnamese american family in houston Have i covered all the bases. I think pretty much. I mean know we we can say that the the cast of characters is What you might expect for a family drama whether fictional or not set in an asian context right you've got sort of the patriarch matriarch the siblings they all have different dramas individually collectively. They gathered together. Eat a lot basically. This is the nonfiction crazy rich issue. Because that's exactly what what was clearly developed to be right right right. It's definitely created in the wake of the cruiser cheese But that said i mean we've all watched it in varying degrees varying varying number of episodes. I will admit to having watched the first episode and a later episode. That i was told i should watch because it was worth watching and the guys are pretty finished. A lot of it right. So unless the jump in Just start with you. What's what's your take coming up. Well i guess well i. I actually ended up catching it early. Screener of it before so. Luckily i only watch more so It to be blunt. It was not as trashy as what i expected it to be. Maybe no expectations. And like i feel like new money. Beat amuse people like there are certain type and how the show presented was Surprisingly a a lot. More layered than i thought you know especially particularly when You know you go deeper into the series because at first episode definitely like leaned into like this this like you know american dream poll by the bootstraps model minority and all that jazz and and then it starts off like that and then just breaks it down and just show us like just all the dysfunctions of the family. So you know actually was an keep in mind. I don't really watch. the family. Reality shows is just not my thing. But you know i had to see it. 'cause beat me representation and you know all my worries and concerns

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"jammu" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Shot i. I love it. That's what i say. welcome everyone. This is sasha filer. And i'm here with joe and i say shut up. We all say shut out by lobby. Because today we got a very special returning guests will love having her back. She is a fabulous lady reporter. Right wrist a businesswoman starbucks gold club member. Welcome dom iyana garcia. Oh my god. What a breath of fresh air. And i don't mean terry gross podcast but breath of fresh air to have the me on back in the studio. Welcome oh thank you. It's so great to be back with you guys. And i wish i'd enjoy a breath of fresh air. Brush my teeth in. Like two weeks along the two weeks jammies and i actually just got a glimpse of joe and i don't think he's wearing much beyond underwear in the. I am only just call like more than i ever wanted. Either and i think maybe honest there too. I wou i wouldn't know. I all i see is off the truth. It's absolutely and you see your on zoom and you see my jammy moo moo and but it only to my belly button completely naked from the waist down the carefully. Don't get any water. Miana in her nice summary top kind of Like somewhat psychedelic a little bit right. There's like a sweet. She likes we she lines. They're going on flowers. Yeah this is very visual. Epa served as we are trying to describe a situation but we just saying setting out the land here for what's about to out to the l. to speak to that and say you know i was really going for kind of like a sexy mrs roper with with my jammu and so it's kind of like you know she's already very sexy and from these companies rupert. Mrs roper mrs roper. And who was her husband was at stan roper was he always wanted to have sex on. Three's company with her husband. Mr roper and this is taking me back. I mean this is this is. I'm telling you when when three's company went to syndication. It was every night on the couch with me. And i was. I just back to back. Three's company jack. Tripper is sort of my dream man. They driver wow we. We are completely lost than as just the beginning. It's only better looked miana. Let me on what you know. You called us the other day and you said i need to come on this podcast and talk about the stressful. Last week you were having. We're having a stressful week for the same reason like the rest of the nation. Which was you know. The presidential and congressional elections and house elections or what was going on with you. Tell us us everything we we just were living through history..

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"jammu" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on PRI's The World

"In south india there have been prayers and celebrations for date. But we'll heritage. Make a difference when it comes to. Us policy toward india indian journalist samara larne car editor of the news site article. Fourteen says probably not it. Nancy good because he hasn't an indian name and she has an indian grown. but really. I think that's abo- alarm car says over the last few years. India became a hostile place for marginalized groups prime minister narendra modi's hindu nationalist government revoked the partial autonomy of the disputed state of jammu in kashmir in new delhi. Muslims were beaten in the street. Meanwhile the indian government forced amnesty international to shut its offices in india defenders in giving professors lawyers bidin jail local between two and three years out. Bill there are hundreds if not thousands. You don't really know of committees have been in jail detention since last deal both. Kamala harris and joe biden have decried. The indian government's actions in kashmir and biden has also condemned new laws that indian officials could use to strip minorities of citizenship. Her hopes they'll say more now as they take office. But this week these. But at the john at the party or bjp scored a win by doing well in state elections. Helene car says that's given hindu nationalists some confidence in the face of a new station. The fight in india is over anybody who speaks out either arrested or even killed the fight now has to be outside india so neat. The vishvanath is co founder of the us based advocacy group hindus for human rights. She says the biden harris campaign hasn't provided a lot of details on their stance on human rights in india. Vishwanath thinks that's because so many indian americans who disproportionately come from upper caste hindu families support. The it's going to take a visionary administration to say we need progressive and not just listened to internationally because they have entrenched every space where hinduism as mentioned those who agree with modi's administration. See it differently other proper. Assad is head of the overseas friends of the bjp a us group. That supports modi's hindu nationalist. Party india is in as it is pretty good. Actually persad says people who criticize india for human rights. Abuses are anti indian and spreading disinformation. Still he expects us democrats to raise questions. So it is the owners and responsibility of the american community to show the facts and talk to the lawmaker son. India trump was good for moldy. Staying silent on human rights while expanding. Us weapons sales to the country. Moldy showed his gratitude hugging and praising trump at events like the twenty nine thousand nine. How the mo- the rally in texas house boring name and bedding.

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"jammu" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Terrell Twitter. Christiane, host of the Christian Show, Jammu Green, Fellow colleague, Fox News contributor, Democratic strategist Jimmy. I know you might have to bolt early I want I want to get this question out to you in this sense because we're never going to agree on whose economy was better? I I I think fax on my side and Trump's side, but I want to ask you this. So on January 21st we had the first identified case of Corona, January 31st. Donald Trump put the travel ban in effect. And everybody told him not to do it. Joe Biden. Said. It was hysterical xenophobia and fearmongering and the other Democrats. They were busy impeaching the president, so they didn't have time to pay attention anything all late to the game, and I can't think of a single contribution most of the maid, then they even played politics with the money. Here's my question. Now you say you ignore negate the records that the president set for every demographic in terms of employment in this country that we've never seen before, didn't happen under Biden, Obama And you just negate that. Now the president if he didn't act and then have a huge medical mobilization. Well, I would argue that one decision alone probably saved hundreds of thousands of Americans from contracting the virus. And then ultimately exponentially mathematically, then dying. Now the president could have kept that route is this got worse and worse. We now notes the worst pandemic since 1980 But he closed the economy down for the most part, and now we're rebuilding it as we're slowly reopening. Taking care of the hot spots I said would happen. Well, my question is Did you want it? I mean, did you not want the president to close down the economy? Did you not want what he did? I think you started off this conversation, saying Let's deal in the facts. So you talked about January 21st. The president was impeached in December 2019 so the trial was taking place in January. It didn't finish until early February, President Trump made that one decision to close the borders and Failed the American people. When that was the last decision he made to address this body, he make the right decision. Or was Joe Biden right to called xenophobic hysteria. He made the wrong decision by not actually shutting the economy down by leaving that up to governors and local officials. He made the wrong decision by not making sure that we had enough testing. I didn't ask, Did you make the right decision were live saved our lives saved because of the travel bands who are delayed critical. Well relief and additional funding. And it's because President Trump has held up a bill so that his hotel in D C will benefit every decision that's made well. Democratic Democratic economy is about how I'm going on, and I think the more people have finally started to see that When you have people who are about to be evicted when you have people who will not be able to pay their bill, And the reason that the Republicans have held up legislation is because President Trump wants a new federal buildings built outside of his hotel in D. C. That is despicable. That is not leadership. There is no humanity in that decision, the only decisions he made Aggressive, help himself. I think I think that's a ridiculous argument didn't want to answer my question and whether or not the travel there was the right decision or the medical mobilization in a sense, but that Joe Biden would have implemented Leo, I'll let you respond to that. I mean, you know, we're gonna debate one of you guys. Answer, Shawn. Quest wanting answers my question about the cynic discrimination and whether not Joe Biden common about you any black guys won't answer. You got your using Democratic softy point. I want to debate you guys, but I'm loaded for bear. My point is this Dalliance with John's question. The answer is, yes, it's save life. Look at the congressional hearing Police had with Dr Fowler last week and what Dr found she admitted to that What trump decisions were, he wouldn't total answer the question. Donna Trump. I'm gonna answer your question. What is the trouble? I'm in and you're flush that mask one of my own. I think when he said, you ain't black. That was ridiculous. And domination has said it now. Will you admit that when Trump said there were good people on both sides in Charlottesville? That was kind of Ah, Dog whistle to racist. Everything know what do you know about the suburban comment last week? Was that a dog whistle? The word racist way. If we're gonna go about questions, I got a question. I got one when? When? Let's see Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Bill and Hillary Clinton. They praised Robert Byrd, the former Klansman as their mentor, Joseph, My mentor. I can play it for you if you want And when integrate and he's the guy, the filibuster the Civil Rights Act of 60 for Voting Rights Act of 65 when integration segregation, those issues came up. Joe Biden was very out, spoken that he's worried he didn't want his kids to, you know, grow up in a racial jungle his words, but I'll let you respond. Leah. I wear one more. We can get one more job by potential V P nominees, Joe, I was that little growing the bus. They accused him directly of being a racist. So will you call about me? Don't talk about Trump in a race and the races are in your party, The Democratic Party Joe Biden as Coppola, Harris. Remember the debate Leo, but you don't want to talk about that, son. I'm sorry. Did the president's needs not just say very clearly that the president has used racist terms frequently throughout his life, But I hear you that he also is you want to focus on things that have been said 10 2030 years ago. There's a glowing about going on. Right now. There's a global pandemic and President Trump is saying Swallow life All you young people are immune. Things are getting much better here. Doubling down on medication that doesn't work. This man is killing people in the middle of a global pandemic because he has no idea what he's talking about. I don't care what was that 30 years ago. I care about the hundreds of thousands of lives that have been lost because this President Lee, here's my question and out of that that do we care about results? Because Donald Trump has delivered Mohr for those that were disproportionately negatively impacted by the Biden Obama economy, Let's and he was for any shattered every record. Every demographic Sean that bite other that provide. The question added every record unemployment. He's the one that has given the largest amount of money and commitment to historically black colleges. He's the one that created opportunity zones. Not Joe, not Garak. Donald Trump's the one that did criminal justice reform. Remember was Biden talking about quote predators on and and he's done all of and and also, he's done. Police reform that Barack and Joe never did. After Ferguson and after what happened with Cambridge and what happened in Baltimore and other places as well, They didn't do any of this. Nothing. The question John is. Are you better off now? Not if you were better off in February, country's better off now as a nation is a direct result of a lack of leadership. And the president in 2013 said leadership means you're responsible even when you're not responding. But here's a question for you, then, Chris. I heard. So tell me in in 47 years in the swamp. Tell me Joe Biden's biggest accomplishment. Obama care. Okay. Did millions lose their doctor? Yes..

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"jammu" Discussed on ViralDesh

ViralDesh

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on ViralDesh

"Institution deep loss is like that if cody. I don't ever if i do. Not i police. And if there is something other january to the quest fullest attention or request to go to the. And i don't president to so so that is the importance of these institutions that they must be alive and the ad basically to come each other but that is not happening and that is why people are happening. That is not happening because off them send fancies and that is because the pollution is absolutely hibernating and up in their foxholes and saving the skin. That is the basic which comes to my mind because otherwise idle january season lakewood any political party. Politician was winning public life or so many years. Wisey hiding razzies. Giving his mouth check he not raising his voice next anger all across like it is not numerical daily or ballot or bombay dark chocolate. It is allstate's all major states all the next city for skipping lord. Sir it's actually if you see all these. Things are happening photo reason. There would be a new order. Retort emerge because most of institute Absolutely comparable there would be a new art of. I think we need to have some patients and have faith in the system as such because democratic system is the best this so we must have some faith and we must have patience. And i'm sure a new order would emerge which would be much better much better. I hope so. I'm sure i'm certain so. I was doing them found. Note that you are from jim. Llagas you deal you a college from jammu. Fm not wrong. Yeah i mike. Wallace from my father was an omni own. Us pollster mark garbage. So my next question is addicted to jim win. Cashman do you think of three seventy was required. An iffy as please justify seat. Gohmert or decision crossley please de was supposed to be a permanent success. True soul abolishing. It was a off thing. Now divvy percussions off abolishing pres rinky entered a micro time which will dictate read of. This action was right or it was northlake and as for the immediate reaction. You'll see you does not benefit the state in any rich man to it does not benefit. We're just waiting to be twelve months one year. The next one is so it has not benefited as on. What benefits would go off. Let's say for years for ten years or or does only assumption. It may have any effect admin art have any effect at all to if this special status has been moved from there like. I'll give you an example. Can you as a citizen governed by landon homogeneous Knol so if three seventy was removed from cash made from janecky why. Why don't you word any macho. Also your want to say one country one law then much different countries even when people magazine so this and what they do different things to thank lowly testify lake rather this was correct..

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"jammu" Discussed on Ouve Isso

Ouve Isso

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on Ouve Isso

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"jammu" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"We don't want to allow certain kinds of people into our stores. Then that's not even the Lai. Even if it's against the law, there's no one who we can go. Complain to within going to enforce the law. There's no police who's going to enforce the law. This would be the the private security force that will enforce not the law, but the rules of their boss at that is the police force. Imagine how bad it's going to be, but they don't even have to pretend to be following the loss. So that's one problem. The second problem is that if we have the this. A police departments happened either uniformly or even manner in other words in some cities. There's no police in other cities. There are then what's going to happen. When there is a organization of white supremacist who are inspired by Dylann roof roof of course was the young white supremacist murdered nine black people in the church service in Charleston South Carolina when the next group who's inspired by Dylann. Roof comes when they decide to go to a black church instead of going to the black shirts in their city. City in this town in their rural area, they're gonNA. See the two counties over. There is a majority black city with no police force. They're gonNA, go there because there's no police force and then when they go on, they suit up that search. If we don't have a security force already set up own private security force set up then who we gonNA call. We're not even going to have our own police department that we can show a community control department that we can call and protect some. Said this scenario. How would you solve it? Well having community control over the police, we'd have a police force that is directly represented by and ordered around by the community. All the police department that doesn't mean the police department has everyone. I've done it doesn't mean the police department has to be the same size that it is now. It doesn't mean the police departments job to protect property. It does mean that if a bunch of white supremacist comes to our town, we need a force. Ready to step up to them and neutralize them from attacks against us, that only happens when we have community control up. The police were instead of the police, being responsible and responsive to the White House structure downtown. They'll responsible to and response to the communities that can slow them, and that means working class black communities, then with intentionally at the disproportionately represented by women and. You folks music control over places. The answer you said that packer was not a successful in getting the year of local officials in Washington DC but that was before this exclusive moment. Yes, so this explosive moment has brought. A lot of attention also brought some attention to the de-fund. We have a lot of people in DC who are pushing for the defend police and we're very excited that they're thinking about. A society with police were certainly a society with a force at so substantially different than it is now can't even think about calling them. Police were engaged now in prosecuting gates now is in political education. Education as it were before with the members of our community to convince them that what we should be fighting for now is power apple reform of the existing police, certainly to remove him from power, and that could happen through defunding, but we think that the way it should happen is by shifting power from them over to our communities, so we're now stepping up our efforts to engage communities and political education to get us to agree that we should be fighting for power, and in this particular moment in history, which should be fighting for power and control over the forces of security in our own communities. Rape Education. Opportunity for all that was Max. Rameau a Pan African Community action in Washington D. C.. A. Jammu Baraka national organizer for the Black Alliance for peace recently appeared on a podcast for Code Pink the Antiwar Organization Baraka agreed that you advocates for peace overseas must also focus on police terror at home. To strengthen solidarity. There's no fixed gear there that that kind of chronology. Standard spirited what you're saying. Basically, we have a responsibility as citizens of Empire to put a brake on the USA. That's important so that that is a criticism boutique that we fully embrace that is our is. At the same time though we I saw ask, people are struggling around rose to speak shoes by that, so we stand with those of us like yourself was. Of the people of Latin America they have to understand that you there because you building opposition to us, policies of back in the is important from the US to see for his hand. On the conditions and the consequences of US policy, so yeah, we definitely have to do that that people are hopeful.

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"jammu" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Together my friend great stuff interface fame follow him on Twitter at the fish nineteen sixty nine always appreciate you Andrew fish fan you are the man and I look forward to seeing you on Monday right back educating there you go great stuff from a man to fish man at the station nineteen sixty nine on Twitter all right Luigi gonna join me in just a couple minutes we're going to get into the UFC fight card coming up tomorrow so another good fight card UFC really taking advantage of the downtime for a lot of sports and should be a pretty good card this is the I want to say the fifth card in six weeks somewhere in that neighborhood and very very impressive by UFC and Dana white new crew doing an outstanding job the the main event as far as is on the ladies side Jessica hi Cynthia Cynthia Calvillo and we'll look forward to that I was actually just watching Cynthia Calvi on I'll get into that with Louis de in a little bit on it was a free fight that I was able to pick up just wanted to see a little bit about her always like to know a little bit about those in the main event I know the names and faces have changed rather quickly over the last several years but still do enjoy the UFC and if you want the best odds I really do enjoy website that Luigi turned me on to and that is best fight odds dot com and you can see a lot of the sports books on imperative pricing by UFC fight odds dot com right now on that made event cal deal and I'd both minus one ten so I mean this is is even up as the main event as you can have now the problem for Jessica I wish you had trouble making which you did not make weight I think she came in about four and a half pounds overweight and gam Lou who initially liked Jessica I said no I cannot take a fighter like that when she comes in and is not prepared to make weight so although I thought she was the right side I have pulled my play completely and I'm not giving that play out so that coming from Jammu we'll see what Louis D. has to say he does have a play on this card and will run through those as well with Louis D..

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"jammu" Discussed on Strange News Daily

Strange News Daily

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on Strange News Daily

"Indian authorities claim the recently captured a spy from the neighboring country of Pakistan. Only this spy wasn't exactly a James Bond figure instead. It's a pigeon. Yes pigeon as in a bird, the pigeon was captured along the international border in the CA- through a district of Jammu and Kashmir. It was originally suspected to have been trained by Pakistan couvert. MESSENGER or spy. Local officials, said the pigeon, which was carrying a coded message, was captured by residents of Montgomery village in the Horon Iger sector there soon after it flew into the Indian side of the border from Pakistan security agencies were concerned, and they're working together to decipher this coded message. According to Senior Superintendent of Police of Kathua Shall Indra Mishra. The villagers handed over the pigeon to the local police station yesterday a ring was seen attached to one of its legs with some numbers on it and approve was on the pigeon as well while this might sound unusual or even silly. Human beings have had a long history of training animals to work in military applications. A Pakistani villager identified as Habibullah came forward to claim ownership of the alleged feathered spy and spoke to a Pakistani newspaper called Don. In this speech, the villager appeal to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to return the bird to him, saying it was a symbol of peace and not a spy. We should also note the Die Markings and the ring attached to the bird's leg are common signs of ownership there ways for bird keeper to identify their individual pigeons. Just a few days ago, Indian police decided the bird was in fact, a civilian Schillinger. Mishra said the pigeon was set free after nothing suspicious was found Mishra rejected allegations that the numbers inscribed on the ring on the pigeon's leg. Were codes meant for? Groups operating in the Kashmir region. The villager. Near the Kashmir border and this border is one of the most militarized zones in the world. This villager said the bird had participated in a pigeon racing contest, and the digits on the bird's leg were in fact, his mobile phone number. Pigeon racing is actually pretty popular in border villages, and some of these races are held in India as well as Pakistan. It's not unusual to lose a bird on either side. Owners identify their birds with died stamps on their wings or paint or rings on the feet. This is also not the first time in Avian got caught up in the world of Indian Pakistani relations in two thousand sixteen. A pigeon was taken into custody after it was found with a note threatening. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Our.

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"jammu" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"jammu" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The idea of working with Phyllis these here thank god he has always denied thirty five now little a little inside baseball we we taped it yesterday afternoon Joe and user heard Michael it was hilarious before we started the interview off yeah I actually would Syracuse I waited by the stage door get autographs you were great thank you miss what when I was finished he would love remember me but you usually don't fawn over these big when I was a teenager you know and he said she had a comeback member Dan have that great run in the sixties with the Bacharach hal David songs and then her career kind of just stalled out totally in the in the seventies and she didn't have a hit record for a long time and Clive Davis found that song I know I'll never love this way again for that put it back on top and that's what I what I heard that's on the right offense is amazing voice an amazing song you never heard of it before but I love that song was number one on the charts for a long long time and I started you know learning about Dionne Warwick discovered all the great Bacharach song so I became a big fan and then she came to Syracuse my parents drove me I couldn't even drive back then I was fourteen and they drove mainly you know deposit me in the theater and they went to have dinner and I saw a DM I waited outside St room women have pushy impressed one do you know what she was very flattered she really was okay and I told her about seeing her at the Syracuse University in the sixties and no memory it's not a no memory of that yeah he says I remember you perform the Janie Americans opened up for you performed every performed in the gym at Syracuse University Jammu was the basketball arena manly she had no clue now your daughter so one other no radio interview it was great you all of you as well this won't work got a story that we fill six minutes ago to commercials every actually she's she's good she was she was she was funny because we talked about the great song that's what friends are for this guy down Washington put together a a video of him in his all of his friends were all good singers doing that song and it's gone viral so that's why we had around yeah so this is the new version of it yes good right voice these are all the voices on this video they're all they're all young they're all professional musicians but they're not super super famous you.

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"jammu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"jammu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Week at the back of the jam we really kind of the yeah I'm really kind of the Jammu again you're getting essentially what he's done yeah I guess you get put in the what did he'd sporting C. mother when I'm Peter what we have done what are you going to me that anyone has already but I can only hope that you want okay when the presumed me but let myself go into allowing a lot of young listed as women you know freedom I said yes and you can order more this machine gun he works in the and I'm wondering and as we get ready to say goodbye you know what about if you were to talk to younger trainee who was just starting out who is just thinking about what he wanted to do what do you say I'm in particular to Latino Latino artists who are feeling so it's easy to feel beat down these days here so what do you say to them to to keep them committed to their art what would you say to yourself when you were younger not for me I know that I might make mistakes of course like everyone else I don't know if I A. you know I like the mistakes that a that a deep and I learn you know I know it's kind of it could be like at the chance or what it's truly like a I learned from them and I grew up learning from mistakes I think that we'll have to be unique and have to be honest when their artist that's part of art that you can basically scared being scared doesn't go with for me doesn't know with art like IT still because he's he's being free and being honest and I think that every young artist they should be that way they should be without scared without being scared being honest with what they feel and in my case the way I did it is that I maintain a balance I try to do our dean everything that I was doing even without that every day we send more pop song I tried to put my art bottles I balance it and I have loved you know maybe got to when I have all those songs so you don't look for that balance but you have to be honest one thank you for joining us on the team USA thank you his latest single is out now his new album is set to be released later this year that's it for today that you know you essays produced by me and my CS until yesterday Jennifer at least this guy and we can discuss that with help this week from were edited by Sophia policing and restate our engineers are staffing the bow and Julia Caruso additional engineering this week shop our production manager is not there yet our digital editor is on Monday our interns are putting his and we encourage our.

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"jammu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"jammu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Assertive uniquely trusted by the Jammu public and play really important roles not just in sort of giving us access the wonders of the world but also in education in reflecting the big shifts are going on in the world and helping people engage with and understand them so they really need to maintain that public trust yes authorizations do you need money but they also need to protect themselves from risks to that reputation and that means doing well actually also gonna say since I've already been doing for a long time which is having a robust ethical funding policy that says okay where are all red lions road rage I mean he used to be tobacco nonstick Liz she's she's made that point herself now is opioids apparently big oil is contentious what next some will argue I mean old big pharma firms banks maybe capitalism itself should be in the dark when we talk about who funds the US if one thinks that capitalism is built upon a built upon exploitation of workers than one might very well go in that direction Sunday saying that they've done they I mean they're only doing do you think that that's right that's why this is an appropriate conversation to be had in my view philanthropy it represents the exercise of power of the wealthy by choosing to give their private assets to some public purpose and there by exercising power in the public sphere so we need quite appropriately to direct their scrutiny toward the work of philanthropists rather than reactively only offer them gratitude that seems to be wholly misplaced Moret you you represent the power of the wealthy are you think that level of scrutiny is absolutely appropriate and I do think we have being challenged about solitude to the sea to act I also think the points that were made in you'll conversation were were really relevant ones if there is something about trust here but there is also something about reflecting big shifts that are going on what what was acceptable twenty years ago is being challenged today and that's right and proper I think it takes time for institutions that particular big wants to turn the tankers around but are are you see increasingly the people are doing that you'll listen to in the balance from the BBC world service with me at problem I guess the academic and author Robert riche cherry hill the bridge museums association and more recently at all of the whole Hamlyn foundation we're talking big philanthropy an arts and culture funding now this point alleged use one more guest to a discussion she's Antonia Mitchell director of will really affect philanthropy an organization that advises philanthropist somewhere they should best stick that give away cash hi and tell you what what do you super rich philanthropists think about all of this I think it is miss having an increasing impact on the second Dennis that I represent I'm seeing an increase in them hiring me because they're seeking privacy not in a negative way in this time cycles but they all nervous of having them the name's homes over the coals for what is effectively an ultra stick gift so they look at something like say what happened to Jack bustle serve Amazon he's pledged to give two billion to homelessness and early starts education and he's been given a much harder time than if it's simply kept that money for himself and spends it on false calls and tutor right so you think it's tough when we go to I think that we should have a level of analysis and I don't think that just about anybody should be able to give money I think we should be conscious of Stephanie arms dealers and I feel it's an an elements but I think that we can be overly sensitive among a very sensitive what we do is we prevent this money coming into the public pulse so we stop people from benefiting we stop being able to fund all its not cultured because what we're saying to wealthy people is if you keep the money for yourself and don't support us then you won't have any problem so let's get on to the bigger issues in a second but what do you actually advise them on that sings of the areas all sectors of giving way you reckon that site of safer if I could put it on from public outrage it depends on the industry that that in so I had a lady whose time had made money and S. Bustos back in the day when a special sponsor the conversation with half had to be we could not get along Turkey's we could not get to constitute a specials is fine in other areas of the sectors I mean she could give to announce organization like the second trust us I would argue yes because that's certainly what they had made the money at a time when it wasn't considered to be dangerous it had been the generation before she wasn't seeking wide public acclaim for her giving rise so that would be okay because one assumes as you say there isn't a current US bus ducis crisis please note that we know of at the moment but there is an opioid crisis so she should be fine in terms of the the Twitter outrage brigade but not if she gets a conspiracy to cancer charge I think that they would rightly declined the money I think it's probably a better example of this would be anything related to sex we see this with the president's comp well a lot of charities declines the money off the what was happening at the present clubs came out which was a lot of fat misogynistic behavior to put it mildly we certainly sit within children's charities where anything vaguely related to anything sexual will will see the money being declined straight away right so as you say adult dancing kind of club or a millionaire who made the money through that industry they wouldn't be giving to that we've been hearing from one super instead of his name is Norman Bremen he's a billionaire businessman in Miami Florida he and his wife have been involved in the Miami not seen for decades and that the biggest financial backers of the new institute for contemporary arts in the city he points out that controversial donations do go a long way back institutions have a certain reputation that's very important to a pole and I think they've got to be very careful.

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"jammu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"jammu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir is being split into two federally administered territories today as part of changes introduced in August when the Hindu nationalist government in Delhi revoked the special status of the disputed region here's our South Asia editor and Barcelona to Russian the most polluted protests in Indian Kashmir's biggest city three and I got ahead of the formal bifurcation of the state of Jammu and Kashmir under the new arrangement the region has been divided into double in Kashmir and the Buddhist and cleaver flood dock on the ground that the organization was significantly dilute the ability of someone cast meet representatives to govern their own affairs Kashmiri particularly in the Muslim majority rally or afraid the scrapping of special provisions will lead to an influx of outsiders will can now buy land and settled that

India formally divides Jammu and Kashmir state

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

India formally divides Jammu and Kashmir state

"Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir is being split into two federally administered territories today as part of changes introduced in August when the Hindu nationalist government in Delhi revoked the special status of the disputed region here's our South Asia editor and Barcelona to Russian the most polluted protests in Indian Kashmir's biggest city three and I got ahead of the formal bifurcation of the state of Jammu and Kashmir under the new arrangement the region has been divided into double in Kashmir and the Buddhist and cleaver flood dock on the ground that the organization was significantly dilute the ability of someone cast meet representatives to govern their own

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"jammu" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"jammu" Discussed on KCRW

"Garcia tomorrow good morning secret negotiations with the Taliban canceled and revealed a presidential tweet and Washington reels what this could mean for further diplomacy with Afghanistan you will have the latest also grim work in the Bahamas after hurricane Dorian as residents clean up look for the missing and discover the dead we'll speak with one of the women who blew the whistle on M. I. T.'s relationship with multi million our sex offender Jeffrey Epstein hand Constance Wu she stars in the movie hustlers we get the low down on what it was like to be on the set with J. lo Liz and Carty be it's Sunday September eighth the news is coming up next. live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein the trump administration is calling off a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan after months of negotiations the US envoy to the talks is being recalled and president trump canceled a meeting with Taliban leaders at camp David today is Jennifer glasse reports from Kabul the Taliban say they're ready to continue negotiations and ending them will hurt the U. S. the Taliban say they think the U. S. we'll come back to the negotiating table and that cancellation of peace talks will be more loss of American lives the group's leaders have been meeting with US negotiators for ten months in Doha and both sides said an agreement was imminent then president trump tweeted that the negotiations are off and secret meetings at camp David with the Afghan president and the Taliban planned for today are canceled after US soldier was killed by a Taliban car bombing Kabul Taliban fighters intensified attacks as the US negotiator was in the Afghan capital and they say unless there's a diplomatic solution they will fight until all foreign forces leave Afghanistan they're about fourteen thousand US troops here and about another eight thousand NATO forces for NPR news I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul the acting director general of the U. N. nuclear watchdog met with senior Iranian officials in Tehran today is Kerry Skyrim reports the visit follows Iran's announcement yesterday that it's pulling back from more commitments under the twenty fifteen nuclear deal coro flew to is the international atomic energy agency's most senior official and reports on a rounds compliance or otherwise with the nuclear deal on Saturday Tehran said it's now using advanced centrifuges banned under the accord and which can enrich uranium to weapons grade material this is the third in a series of violations by around following the trump administration's withdraw from the agreement last year Tehran says it will return to compliance if European countries can restore it. access to foreign trade currently blocked by US sanctions the I. A. E. A. chief will report to international diplomats on Monday for NPR news I'm Kerry sky ring in Vienna. Dorian is still bringing tropical storm and hurricane conditions to parts of Canada's Nova Scotia and the same conditions are expected to move into new Finland later today in North Carolina many residents are still stranded in evacuation centers including kadisha Richardson I'm worried that I'm not gonna be able to go back inside my home and the furniture the floors just everything getting flooded the death toll in North Carolina stands at two south Carolina's former governor and congressmen mark Sanford says he'll challenge president trump in the GOP presidential primary joining two other Republicans he made the announcement this morning on fox news this is NPR. it's been another day of unrest in Hong Kong police fired tear gas it activists who turned violent earlier in the day pro democracy protesters rallied in front of the U. S. consulate calling on Congress to pass the Hong Kong human rights and democracy act. India is re imposing curfews in Kashmir is NPR's lawn Freya reports from Mumbai the move follows clashes between security forces and civilians taking part in a religious procession it's the start of Muharram a secret month on the Islamic calendar and a time for solemn processions by mostly Shiite Muslims but in Jammu and Kashmir India's only Muslim majority state the holidays been marked by violence more than a dozen worshipers and six security forces have been injured in clashes the troops fired tear gas and pellet guns at civilians they say were throwing stones a curfew has been reimposed an India accused its Muslim neighbor Pakistan of trying to Stoke violence it's been five weeks since India cut phone lines and internet in general and cashmere and revoked the state's constitutional autonomy protests have erupted but the Indian government has denied permission for any foreign journalists to travel there to cover them Lauren Frayer NPR news Mumbai. Rafael Nadal Andy Neal Medvedev face off for the US men's singles title at the US open today the thirty three year old may dollars going for his nineteenth grand slam win it's the first major final for twenty three year old Medvedev I'm Barbara Klein NPR news. support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include Simon and Schuster publishers of coke landed by Christopher Leonard a book that examines how Charles and David coke builds one of the biggest private companies in the world available now where books are sold. Hey I'll be under drive is a great idea please accept this on donations and a very merry on birthday to everyone stick up for the.

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Trump Tweets Support for PM Modi

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Trump Tweets Support for PM Modi

"Trump tweets support for motive indian prime minister modi vents subsequently acts behaves like a dictator and invades kashmir so we have trump tweeted out may twenty third twenty nineteen congratulations to prime minister noorani narendra modi and his b._j._p. Party for their big election victory great things are in store for u._s. India partnership with the return of p._m. Odi at the helm. I look forward to continuing our important work together. Well what might some that important work be. Well here we go. This is number one from n._p._r. August fifteen twenty nine thousand nine hundred india's mody defense move who've kashmir as lockdown continues indian prime minister narendra modi hailed his government's recent constitutional reform it stripped kashmir of its statehood in a speech speech thursday to mark india's independence day he said but change will bring prosperity inequalities of the area prosper. That's a recurring theme right of these v. strongman. It's always we're going to bring back prosperity and you have i mean i don't have a clip of it. Jones saying trump is going to bring back technology. He's gonna we're gonna blue. You know he's going to bring back the the two hundred mile per hour carburetor. He trump's going to you know have a life extension. Technology trump's gonna fix the economy so it's all prosperity. Anything brought boris johnson. Oh yeah you know we just prosperity. He says it is our duty to fulfil hopes and wishes the people of jammu and kashmir. It is

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India, Pakistan And Prime Minister discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

05:17 min | 2 years ago

India, Pakistan And Prime Minister discussed on BBC World Service

"India and Pakistan both mocked independence days this week events dominated this year by renewed tensions about the disputed region of Kashmir India's prime minister Narendra Modi's trumpeted the decision to change fundamentally Indian administered Kashmir's political status and reduce its autonomy made about if this was real don't let not my silly dear Indians Jammu and Kashmir can become an inspiration for prosperity and happiness for the rest of the country it can provide a major contribution for the development of India we should work towards helping cashmere you celebrate their traditional way of life we should help the state blanket restrictions no internet no phones no schools were finally eased in Hindu majority Jamel not in the Kashmir valley Pakistan wants the U. N. to respond India says it's a domestic affair but will the leaders argue what impact is all this having on the ground in Kashmir the BBC's Gita Panday has been visiting the Kashmir valley for many years I asked her what it's different now the security clampdown this time is exceptionally huge also kind of clamp down it's something that I've not seen before this being a complete information blackout people do not have access to news the only way you can get news TV is if you have a dish and that's something that very few people in cash we have and the authorities if you go to them and you talk to them then they said no no there's no curfew but the fact is it's almost like a few and in fact if you are traveling around the city you would hear police and the security forces going around in jeeps and telling people that go inside your homes given the lack of information what impact has that had on people's attitudes and understanding about what's going on there's a lot of anger does a lot of frustration people said that it directly impacted their day to day lives I'm that nobody had bothered to tell them how to keep well how do they think it will impact the day to day life what are they fear is going to happen and I think for them the most important thing is a loss of identity because our many gosh metes in the Kashmir valley have believed that this is something that granted them some kind of a special status the other thing that there's quite a bit of concern about is so of course you know that once the article is revoked people from across the country will be able to go and buy land there and something that a lot of people were talking about is how this is a kind of a land grab attempt by India an attempt to change the demographic off the valley and bring in people from the majority community so they're all kinds of fears and tensions and stresses you know that people are feeling I'm not talking about key to the Kashmiri bureaucrat turned politician Shah Faisal responded to this by using the expression you can either be a stooge or a separatist now seeming to imply that the middle ground in Kashmiri politics has been disintegrated do you think there's any truth in that suggestion that people are being radicalized by this process well exactly to begin with you know what he said it's something that I've found extensively being repeated in cash me because essentially what's happened is that all the mainstream politicians including three of the former state chief ministers who fought elections in India who operated under the Indian constitution have been put under detention that's made a lot of people realize that you know the mainstream voices have kind of lost or sort of support and credibility because the separatist organizations those who have been fighting for it separation off catch me or independence of cash me out I have always said that India is going to be treat you right this is what people in Kashmir telling me and they were saying that you know and these time vindicated so this means that the moderate voices will not have much support anymore you mention the word the trial but of course we mustn't lose sight of the fact that for very many people in India especially those who support the governing party the BJP this is something that's being celebrated what exactly yeah and it's been extensively celebrated in not just by the people who support the ruling party but do you know across India to begin with them a lot of people who didn't even know that cash meet enjoyed some kind of for a special stock this right and the act has actually made a lot of people question why shouldn't you know why should someone have a special status and you know like as citizens of India you know all parts of the country are the same so no one should have any special rights just as no one should be you know like treated badly so I think there is a bit of that also I mean catch me is a very very emotive issue in India and there is overwhelming support for something like this right and I think the governing party that's what they were banking on that they would get support from Indians across the board for their move and they've got it the BBC's Gita

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 The Latest on the Kashmir status

Amanpour

07:56 min | 2 years ago

The Latest on the Kashmir status

"We looked the heating tensions between two major u._s. Allies a nuclear armed nations india and pakistan. It all kicked off on monday. When the indian prime minister narendra modi announced that he was removing kashmir's special status from the indian constitution putting its autonomy in peril in an address to the nation today the indian prime minister doubled down saying that his actions would free cash of terrorism in a nutshell kashmir is a contentious piece of land split split mostly between india and pakistan and they have fought three wars over it already. The pakistani government is responding so far by suspending trade with its neighbor the and downgrading diplomatic relations as this tense standoff develops we have asked for indian officials to join us but they've so far declined and i'm joined now by pakistan's ambassador the to the united nations me lodhi ambassador. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. How serious is this in the view of your government. I don't just mean politically for your government but regionally and what might do given the tension between your ought to nations christian. Let's i get the facts straight. How was this crisis triggered. It was triggered by illegal eagle annexation by the indian government off the state of jammu in kashmir which is an internationally recognized dispute in fact where i sit at the united the nation's it is a dispute that is functionally on the u._n. Security council agenda because there are a series of u._n. Security council resolutions that have of course on india to allow the people of jammu in kashmir to freely determine their destiny through a so the crisis is triggered by an illegal an illegitimate action by india and let's just get the rest of the facts straight. The facts are that there is a blanket curfew in occupy genuine cushman people. There are locked up. It's called a lock down which has entered its fourth david. Actually this has been a prolonged lockdown. These people have been deprived tribe of the liberty for seventy years or more now. They're going to be deprived of their identity because the action by the indian government what does it actually do. Ooh what it does is to also allow the indian government to bring about demographic changes in dublin kushner and therefore to really really threaten the identity of the kashmiri people as far as my government is concerned and my prime minister and my country's concern. We reject this move. We heard what prime hi mr moody said just a few hours ago and it was a dishonest deceitful and disingenuous justification of their action which has no basis in law and it's certainly flouts in flagrant violation. Security council has been ambassador. Let me ask you this. Let me ask because those are very very tough words. You're using you are the u._n. Ambassador you've just reminded us all how this is enshrined in international law given the dispute you should be resolved according to the international community so what is the united nations and the security council going to do about this so they taking it up well. I have been in meetings with top officials and i have reminded them of their responsibility. Pakistan has going to go to the security council. It is going to remind mind the security council and its members indeed all of the united nations of its responsibility and what is that responsibility that responsibility is to ensure and let me say to christiane for your viewers and important resolution. It's called resolution thirty eight of the security council and the paragraph two of that resolution says a country does not have the right to materially change the situation in cushman and that's precisely what the indian government it has done so my country wants a peaceful settlement of this issue. We've always called for a negotiated settlement which is an accordance with security council resolutions russians and in accordance with the wishes of the schmead people. Let's not forget the issue is about people it's about the people who have been deprived of their right to live the way they want to be governed the way they want to end today even pro indian politicians in in kashmir have been locked up so if prime minister narendra modi's says that this is in the interests of the jungle in kashmir people the question he has to answer is why do you have to lock up the entire state of genuine kashmir why because no cash media will accept what the indian government has done a we we we. We don't accept what the indian government has done. We checked it and we'll go to the council and we'll make all these points at the council and we will insist that the council implement its own resolutions because i think the choice right now is do we want to live in a rules-based world where international law supreme or do we want to live in a world which is ruled by the law of the jungle and this is what india has done it his floated international law and it has flouted security council resolutions. You mentioned lockdown and lock up. We've heard reports that opposition politicians in in jammu kashmir have been arrested and as you say landlines are down. The internet is down. Mobile phone is down very very difficult to get an idea of exactly what's happening on the ground there but i do want to ask you because the whole world knows that this piece of disputed land has been the cause of three wars between between your nations and today your army chief the the pakistani army chief said that the country would do all that's necessary go to any extent to support cash mary's and then the foreign minister said the pakistan is not looking to respond militarily so can i hear it from you. Do you think that there's is going to be a military solution to this or do you still have diplomatic intentions. No i mean we have said very clearly that all diplomatic diplomats and political options are on the table pakistan has no interest and no desire to escalate the situation. This is an escalation that was triggered by by an illegal and illegitimate act and we would like the international community now to stand up for principle for law for justice and to address the plight eight of the kashmiri people as i keep saying christiane. This is about people in that state in an occupied state an occupation that has been brutal india has moved additional troops into occupied jammu and kashmir why obviously to suppress the voice of the kashmiri people but one day the curfew will have have to end one day these restrictions will have to go and then the indian government will hear the voice of the kashmiri people and that voice will be to get get out of kashmir to leave kashmir and to reverse this illegal annexation but that's also gives rise to all sorts of worries because if they do protests as most people believe they will and some have suggested they will if and when this curfew is is is raised that also could trigger a response so let me ask you because obviously president trump has met president prime minister modi of india several times and he also just hosted prime minister imran khan oh prime minister at the white house and when they were talking president trump said that prime minister mody had mentioned. Maybe he into mediating in this. Let me just play what president trump said. I was with prime minister modi two weeks ago and we talked about this subject and he actually flea said. Would you like to be a mediator or arbitrator. I said

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India And Kashmir And Kashmir discussed on Worldly

Worldly

01:55 min | 2 years ago

India And Kashmir And Kashmir discussed on Worldly

"Why don't you start us off with the backstory around what's going on in india and pakistan yeah. Let's go back to nineteen forty. Seven british rule in india ended india was then partitioned into two independent states india and pakistan stan but they disagreed about the jammu in kashmir region which wanted to be independent but was coerced to essentially remain part of india with jim amo castro now part of india never really turned out to be an easy fit <hes> the reason of course being india was pluralistic but primarily hindu and and jim mm-hmm of kashmir india's only majority area and so fitting into sort of the broader scheme of the country it always was a bit kind of out of place and and really that jim cashmere people like that because they like they had their own sort of autonomy and they had their own culture and they didn't necessarily early listen to new delhi <hes> they didn't really care about what was happening that they felt separate completely so it was always an awkward relationship so to speak right now it also it has a slate of very particular rights that have been guaranteed by various different agreements part of this is because the ruler of kashmir who then went into india as part of this sort of whole situation at the creation of the state negotiated with the indian government to acquire basically self determination rights now yes yeah so article three seventy of india's constitution codified the kashmiri borders is so basically laid out what idia gets pakistan gets but crucially it said that okay yes jammu in kashmir a part of india but this region can have its own constitution and could basically govern everything for itself including education tax policy. I mean everything except for foreign and defense policy new delhi capital of india would take care of those things but everything else would basically be handled

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 India government revokes disputed Kashmir's special status

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

India government revokes disputed Kashmir's special status

"In the last few minutes the Indian home minister I meet Sean has proposed to parliament that article three hundred and seventy of the Indian constitution which confers special status on the state of Jammu and Kashmir be revoked his also propose that the state be reorganized with flat tax being coughed out as a separate administrative unit Pakistan disputes India sovereignty over the Kashmir valley weather has been a long running insurgency against Indian

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"jammu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"jammu" Discussed on KQED Radio

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Israeli strike in response to Gaza aggression kills 2 Palestinian militants

24 Hour News

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Israeli strike in response to Gaza aggression kills 2 Palestinian militants

"Of the country the roman catholic church in chile has accepted the resignation of the bishop who had support to investigate sexual abuse by the clergy the bishop of rancagua alexandra gorge has said he needed to resign so that attention could be focused on the charges against fourteen priests accused of sexual wrong wondering an army spokesman in cameroon says troops have as he put it neutralized several terrorists in an anglophone region in the north west of the country colonel da beg said the soldiers had surrounded a hotel following a tip off that separatist rebels were inside but reports say that at least twenty two people were killed in a clash with the army in the town of mankind you're listening to world news from the bbc officials in gaza say two palestinians were killed when israeli tanks fired on a palestinian militant position in southern gaza near the city rafeh these really military's at the tank for came to soldiers detonated an explosive device near the border fence near the border fence on saturday night is rarely aircraft carried out strikes on hamas positions in southern gaza in response to a brief incursion across the border by palestinians who fled back into gaza the irish prime minister leo veronica says the overwhelming referendum result to liberalize strict abortion laws in the republic has raised the stigma and burden of shame from hundreds of thousands of women who secretly had abortions he said the vote meant orleans had come of age as a country prolife groups described the referendum outcome as a tragedy the chief minister of the indian state of jammu and kashmir has congratulated the daughter of jail kashmiri separatist the coming top in the states school leaving examinations some are chevy shah scored an average of ninety seven point eight in all the papers his joe mcgivering the chief minister described summit shapiro show as an inspiration saying her hard work and determination helped her to overcome all odds last year her father shabby shah who's been a prominent political activists for fifty years was arrested on suspicion of involvement in a money laundering case he's still being held in a high security prison in delhi and denies wrongdoing more than a million students across india took the leaving exams the girl who came top nationally scored four hundred nine thousand nine marks out of a possible five hundred the.

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Armenia's parliament has elected opposition lawmaker Nikol Pashinian as prime minister

BBC World Service

02:26 min | 4 years ago

Armenia's parliament has elected opposition lawmaker Nikol Pashinian as prime minister

"In bribes and mr see the term limits on his time in power have been removed with no potential successor incite the armenian parliament is meeting for a vote which is expected to see the opposition leader nicole 'pushing yen elected as prime minister thousands of mr passion yan supporters have been gathering to watch parliamentary session live on screens in the capital yerevan's main square raihan dmitri is there he has a team of young smart westerneducated armenia's that have put this protests together and they've managed to tap into the grievances that people have here and most importantly to secure the backing from the young people in our menas these is the generation that wants to see major changes in armenia and today they want to see him being voted in as the country's next prime minister ray hunt and nutri the new york state attorney general eric schneiderman has resigned just hours after allegations of physical abuse by four women appeared in an article in the new yorker magazine to schneiderman is long term advocated women's rights and became a prominent voice in the metoo movement against sexual harassment he strongly contests the allegations will news from the bbc hungary's new parliament is being assembled for the first time since prime minister viktor or bans rightwing fidesz party won a third consecutive election in april with two thirds of the seats in parliament must orban's party has the power to change hungary's constitution protests have been planned against the new government which stood on a strong anti immigration ticket the chief minister of the indian administered state of jammu kashmir mehbooba mufti has described the death of a tourist there as heartbreaking the man's death comes off two weeks of continuing clashes between the security forces and antigovernment protestors are south asia editor jill mcgivering reports the young man from southern india was traveling with his family on the outskirts of the summer capital shrenik they were caught up in clashes between protesters throwing rocks and the security forces he died in hospital the instant is being widely reported in india fierce clashes and deaths aren't unusual in protests it's just last week two children were injured when stones hit a school bus but the death of a tourist is alarming for those dependent on the.

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India approves death penalty for rape of young children

Global News Podcast

01:57 min | 4 years ago

India approves death penalty for rape of young children

"Yes i mean i think two things one the evidence but they want to get is from the actual bodies of victims so have blood urine samples there are reportedly such samples already that the uk the us mma french governments have received a severe hope to get that that and also that if they get if it was sarin that was used than the actual samples of soil would still be meaningful if it was chlorine that won't be the case sebastian asha to india now where the prime minister narendra modi has approved the death penalty for anybody who's found guilty of raping ago under the age of twelve his government has been forced to take action because of widespread public anger about sexual violence in two thousand sixteen there were forty thousand rapes reported to your thirties and forty percent of the victims were children the latest case involved in eightyearold muslim go in a hindu dominated area of jammu and kashmir state rotunda reports from calcutta protests like this across india all week many of the demonstrators have been wearing placards saying i'm ashamed to be indian it follows the murder of eightyearold asif abban she was kidnapped by a group of men who continue raped and then strangled her with this goff there have been other similar cases involving children across this country the calls for the government to do something to tackle the problem have been growing louder every day the indian prime minister narendra modi called a special cabinet meeting and they he issued the executive order which means that those found guilty of raping children under the age of twelve can now face the death penalty the announcement has caused lots of debate here on the streets of calcutta actually deserve a good idea because the only punishment for revisit it is not going to solve the problem i actually ping dasha.

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