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FROM BBC HINDI... Sat., 24th April, 2021.

FROM BBC HINDI... Sat., 24th April, 2021.

Wednesday, 21 April 2021

બીબીસી સમાચારોમાં અસંખ્ય ફોટા છે. મગજ કામ કરવાનું બંધ થઈ જાય છે. રાજકરણીઓના કાવાદાવાનો ભોગ નાગરીકો થાય છે.

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Monday, 19 April 2021

कोरोना, तबलीगी, कुम्भमेला....

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Sunday, 18 April 2021

From BBC Hindi, Kumbh Melaa

From BBC Hindi, Photos on Kumbh Melaa

Wednesday, 24 March 2021

प्रधान मंत्री ने पाकीस्तान के प्रधान मंत्रीको लीखी चीठ्ठी.....

Tuesday, 23 March 2021

FROM BBC HINDI

FROM BBC HINDI

Saturday, 27 February 2021

Bangladesh under 'no obligation' to accept stranded Rohingya refugees

FROM - REUTERS ...........Bangladesh under 'no obligation' to accept stranded Rohingya refugees.......... DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh is under “no obligation” to shelter 81 Rohingya Muslim refugees adrift for almost two weeks on the Andaman Sea and being assisted by neighbouring India, said Bangladesh foreign minister A.K. Abdul Momen. ................ India’s coast guard found the survivors and eight dead crammed on a fishing boat and were trying to arrange for Bangladesh to take them, Indian officials said on Friday. While feeding the refugees and giving them water, India was not planning to take them ashore. But Momen told Reuters late on Friday that Bangladesh expects India, the closest country, or Myanmar, the Rohingyas’ country of origin, to accept them. “They are not Bangladesh nationals and in fact, they are Myanmar nationals. They were found 1,700 km (1,100 miles) away from the Bangladesh maritime territory and therefore, we have no obligation to take them,” said Momen, who is in the United States. “They were located 147 km (91 miles) away from Indian territory, 324 km (201 miles) away from Myanmar,” he said by phone, adding that other countries and organisations should take care of the refugees. Indian foreign ministry officials were not immediately available for comment. New Delhi did not sign the 1951 Refugee Convention, which spells out refugee rights and state responsibilities to protect them. Nor does it have a law protecting refugees, though it currently hosts more than 200,000, including some Rohingya. ADVERTISEMENT More than 1 million Rohingya refugees from predominantly Buddhist Myanmar are living in teeming camps in Muslim-majority Bangladesh, including tens of thousands who fled after Myanmar’s military conducted a deadly crackdown in 2017. Traffickers often lure Rohingya refugees with promises of work in Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia. The United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, expressed alarm this week over the missing boat. NO ‘GLOBAL CONTRACT’ TO AID REFUGEES The refugees have been drifting in international waters after leaving southern Bangladesh on Feb. 11 in the hope of reaching Malaysia. On Saturday, they were under the aid and surveillance of India as officials were holding talks to return them to Bangladesh................. The boat, which sailed from the massive Cox’s Bazar refugee camp, was carrying 56 women, eight girls, 21 men and five boys. Many of the survivors, according to Indian officials, were sick and suffering from extreme dehydration, having run out of food and water after the boat’s engine failed four days into their journey. “Has Bangladesh been given the global contract and responsibility to take and rehabilitate all the Rohingya or boat people of the world?” Momen said. “No, not at all.” Momen said the UNHCR should also take responsibility as around 47 people on the boat hold ID cards from the UNHCR office in Bangladesh stating that they are displaced Myanmar nationals. “If (the refugees) are UNHCR card holders, why did they allow traffickers to take their card holders to adrift on the high sea leading to death?” UNHCR officials were not immediately reachable for comment. (This story has been refiled to fix typo in third paragraph, fixes link in second paragraph) Reporting by Ruma Paul; Additional reporting and writing by Rupam Jain; Editing by William Mallard

કહાની જીંદગી કી - રેવતી....

કહાની જીંદગી કી - રેવતી.... From BBC Hindi .................. पॉडकास्ट कहानी ज़िंदगी की: रेवती ये है बीबीसी हिंदी का ताज़ातरीन पॉडकास्ट 'कहानी ज़िंदगी की' 'कहानी ज़िंदगी की' के हर एपीसोड में रूपा झा आपको सुना रही हैं भारतीय भाषाओं में लिखी ऐसी चुनिंदा कहानियां जो अपने आप में बेमिसाल हैं, जो हमारी और आपकी ज़िंदगी में झांकती हैं और सोचने को मजबूर भी करती हैं. इस बार की कहानी है रेवती. इसके लेखक हैं उड़िया भाषा के चर्चित कथाकार फकीर मोहन सेनापति. 'रेवती' को उड़िया भाषा की पहली कहानी माना जाता है. फकीर मोहन सेनापति की कहानियों में उनके दौर के समाज की झलक मिलती थी. उन्होंने अपनी कहानियों में लोगों की दिक्कतों और उनके सामने मौजूद चुनौतियों को बखूबी सामने रखा.
फकीर मोहन सेनापति की कहानियों में आज की पीढ़ी की भी दिलचस्पी बनी हुई है. उन्होंने रामायण और गीता जैसे कई ग्रंथों का उड़िया में अनुवाद भी किया. कहानी- रेवती.................. लेखक- फकीर मोहन सेनापति .................. हिंदी अनुवाद- अरूण होता .................. वाचन - रूपा झा .................. ऑडियो मिक्सिंग- जितेंद्र सासन .................. इलस्ट्रेशन- गोपाल शून्य .................. आलाप- शिल्पी .................. प्रस्तुतकर्ता- मोहन लाल शर्मा ..................

Tuesday, 23 February 2021

Western countries step up pressure on Myanmar junta as protesters defy warnings

Western countries step up pressure on Myanmar junta as protesters defy warnings From REUTERS
Junta leader General Min Aung Hlaing called for energy to be put into reviving the ailing economy, state media reported, a day after a general strike shut businesses and huge crowds gathered despite a warning from authorities that confrontation could get people killed. U.N. Special Rapporteur Tom Andrews said millions had marched on Monday in a “breathtaking” turnout, despite the junta’s threat. “The generals are losing their power to intimidate and with it, their power. It is past time for them to stand down, as the people of Myanmar stand up,” Andrews said on Twitter. Crowds gathered again on Tuesday though in much smaller numbers. There were no reports of confrontations with security forces. Overnight, EU governments showed support for those seeking to reverse the Feb. 1 coup and the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi. “We are not prepared to stand by and watch,” German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said in Brussels, adding that sanctions could follow if diplomacy failed. The European Union is considering sanctions that would target businesses owned by the army, but the bloc ruled out any curtailing of its trade preferences to avoid hurting poor workers. The security forces have shown more restraint since the coup than in earlier confrontations with those pushing for democracy in almost half a century of direct military rule. Even so, three protesters have been killed - two shot dead in the second city of Mandalay on Saturday, and a woman who died on Friday after being shot more than a week earlier in the capital, Naypyitaw. The army has said one policeman died of injuries sustained during the protests. It has accused protesters of provoking violence.

Monday, 22 February 2021

उत्तर कोरिया: ट्रंप ने ट्रेन से जाने वाले किम जोंग-उन को जब एयर फ़ोर्स वन से घर छोड़ने को कहा

From BBC Hindi उत्तर कोरिया: ट्रंप ने ट्रेन से जाने वाले किम जोंग-उन को जब एयर फ़ोर्स वन से घर छोड़ने को कहा From BBC Hindi.
30 जून 2019 को उत्तर कोरिया और दक्षिण कोरिया को अलग करने वाली सरहद पर एक असैन्य क्षेत्र में तत्कालीन अमेरिकी राष्ट्रपति डोनाल्ड ट्रंप और उत्तर कोरियाई शासक किम जोंग-उन टिम स्टरजेकर निर्देशित बीबीसी की 'ट्रंप टेक्स ऑन द वर्ल्ड' सीरीज की तीसरी कड़ी से हमें पता चला कि ट्रंप और किम के बीच ये मुलाक़ातें कैसे हुईं. हमने इसके लिए उन लोगों से बात की जो दोनों राष्ट्राध्यक्षों के बीच मुलाक़ात के दौरान मौजूद थे. इन मुलाक़ातों के दौरान एक पल ऐसा आया जब दिग्गज राजनयिक भी हक्के-बक्के रह गए. उन लोगों की आश्चर्य की सीमा नहीं रही, जब ट्रंप ने किम जोंग-उन से कहा कि आइए मैं अपने विमान (एयरफ़ोर्स वन) से आपको घर छोड़ दूं. ट्रंप के साथ किंग जोंग-उन का दूसरा शिखर सम्मेलन वियतनाम की राजधानी हनोई में हुआ था. लेकिन मुलाक़ात सफल नहीं रही. उत्तर कोरिया के परमाणु कार्यक्रम को रोकने के लिए हो रही इस बातचीत के टूटते ही ट्रंप अचानक उठ खड़े हुए और चल दिए. उन्होंने प्रेस से कहा, "कभी-कभी आपको बस चल देना होता है."

Wednesday, 10 February 2021

बाबर भारत में

From BBC Hindi बाबर एक ऐसा किरदार थे जो न केवल सफल थे, बल्कि सौंदर्य बोध और कलात्मक गुणों से भी भरपूर थे. मुग़ल सल्तनत के संस्थापक ज़हीर-उद-दीन मोहम्मद बाबर (1483-1530) को जहां एक विजेता के रूप में देखा और वर्णित किया जाता है, वहीं दूसरी ओर उन्हें एक बड़ा कलाकार और लेखक भी माना जाता है. आज के भारत में, बाबर को बहुसंख्यक हिंदू वर्ग की एक विशेष विचारधारा के लोग आक्रमणकारी, लुटेरा, सूदखोर, हिंदू दुश्मन, अत्याचारी और दमनकारी बादशाह भी मानते हैं. यह मुद्दा यहीं तक सीमित नहीं है, बल्कि भारत की सत्तारूढ़ पार्टी, बाबर ही नहीं, मुग़ल सल्तनत से जुड़ी हर चीज़ के ख़िलाफ़ नज़र आती है. आज से लगभग पांच सौ साल पहले, बाबर ने एक सल्तनत की स्थापना की जो अपने आप में बेनज़ीर है. उन्होंने 1526 में पानीपत की पहली लड़ाई में इब्राहिम लोधी को हराया और भारत में एक नई सल्तनत की स्थापना की. अपने बुलंदी के दिनों में इस सल्तनत के क़ब्ज़े में दुनिया की एक चौथाई से अधिक दौलत थी. इस सल्तनत का क्षेत्रफल अफ़ग़ानिस्तान समेत लगभग पूरे उपमहाद्वीप पर फैला हुआ था.

Monday, 25 January 2021

मां ने की दोनों बेटियों की हत्या.........Age 27 and Age 22

News and Photo From Mumbai Nav Bharat Times (Hindi) Monday 25th January, 2021. From Net.
आंध्र प्रदेश के चित्तूर जिले में तंत्र-मंत्र के चक्कर में हत्या की सनसनीखेज वारदात सामने आई है। चित्तूर गांव में माता-पिता ने अपनी दो बेटियों की कथित तौर पर इस उम्मीद में हत्या कर दी कि क्योंकि कलियुग सतयुग में बदलने वाला है और दैवीय शक्ति से कुछ घंटों में वे वापस जिंदा हो जाएंगी। पुलिस ने बताया कि लड़कियों के माता-पिता दोनों बड़े शिक्षित हैं, बावजूद इसके उन्होंने ऐसा कदम क्यों उठाया? पुलिस इसकी जांच में जुटी है। पुलिस ने दोनों को हिरासत में ले लिया है। पुलिस ने बताया कि लड़कियों के पिता ने रविवार रात अपनी बेटियों की हत्या करने के बाद खुद अपने एक सहकर्मी को फोन कर इसकी जानकारी दी थी। इसके बाद सहमे सहकर्मी ने तुरंत पुलिस को वारदात की जानकारी दी। पुलिस फौरन मौके पर पहुंची और उन्होंने दंपति को बेहोशी की हालत में पाया। पुलिस को संदेह है कि परिवार कुछ समय से किसी रहस्यमय गतिविधियों में शामिल था। मां ने की दोनों बेटियों की हत्या मदनपल्ली के डीएसपी रवि मनोहरचारी के अनुसार, लड़कियों की मां ने दोनों की हत्या की। एक बेटी की हत्या से पहले उसका मुंडन भी किया गया था। पिता वहां खड़ा सब देख रहा था और मां ने ही कथित हत्याएं की। उनके अनुसार छोटी बेटी को पहले त्रिशूल से मारा गया और फिर बड़ी बेटी की डंबल से हत्या की गई। पिता सरकारी कॉलेज में वाइस प्रिंसिपल तो मां स्कूल में हैं प्रिंसिपल पुलिस सूत्रों ने बताया कि दंपति की योजना खुद को मारने की भी थी लेकिन पुलिस कर्मी समय पर वहां पहुंच गए। वी. पुरुषोत्तम नायडू (एम.एससी, पीएचडी) मदनपल्ली में सरकारी महिला डिग्री कॉलेज में एसोसिएट प्रोफेसर हैं। वह कॉलेज के वाइस प्रिंसिपल भी हैं। वहीं उनकी पत्नी पोस्ट ग्रेजुएशन और स्वर्ण पदक विजेता है, जो एक स्थानीय प्राइवेट स्कूल की प्रिंसिपल हैं। लॉकडाउन से घर में ही रह रहीं थीं बेटियां उनकी बड़ी बेटी एलिकख्या (27) भोपाल में पोस्ट ग्रेजुएशन की पढ़ाई कर रही थी और छोटी बेटी साई दिव्या (22) ए. आर. रहमान के केएम संगीत संरक्षिका में एक वार्ड थी। कोरोना वायरस के मद्देनजर लगे लॉकडाउन के बाद से दोनों बेटियां अपने माता-पिता के साथ रह रही थीं। पिता ने कहा- एक दिन का इंतजार करें, जिंदा हो जाएंगी बेटियां डीएसपी ने कहा कि माता-पिता ने उनसे कहा कि एक दिन का इंतजार करें, उनकी बेटियां जीवित हो जाएंगी। मनोहरचारी ने बताया कि परिवार सुशिक्षित था और हैरानी की बात है कि इन्होंने ऐसा कदम उठाया। पुलिस ने दंपति को हिरासत में लेकर उनसे पूछताछ शुरू कर दी है। शवों को पोस्टमॉर्टम के लिए भेजा वहीं 'फॉरेंसिक टीमें' आसपास के कैमरों की फुटेज की जांच कर यह पता लगाने कि कोशिश कर रही है कि क्या परिवार के अलावा कोई और इस वारदात में शामिल है। उन्होंने बताया कि शवों को पोस्टमॉर्टम के लिए भेज दिया गया है और मामले की जांच जारी है।

Thursday, 14 January 2021

Second impeachment of Donald Trump

From : Wikipedia....... Second impeachment of Donald Trump
The second impeachment of Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, occurred on January 13, 2021, one week before his term was due to expire. Trump's impeachment by the House of Representatives of the 117th U.S. Congress came after his attempts to overturn the 2020 United States presidential election; the adopted article of "incitement of insurrection" cited his January 2 phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and alleged that Trump incited the storming of the United States Capitol on January 6 after pushing baseless voter fraud conspiracies around the 2020 presidential election.[1] A single article of impeachment charging Trump with "incitement of insurrection" against the U.S. government and "lawless action at the Capitol" was introduced to the House of Representatives on January 11, 2021.[1] The article was introduced with more than 200 co-sponsors.[2] The same day, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi gave Vice President Mike Pence an ultimatum to invoke Section 4 of the 25th Amendment to assume the role of Acting President within 24 hours, or the House would proceed with impeachment proceedings.[3][4] Pence stated he would not in a letter to Pelosi the following day. He argued that to do so would not "be in the best interest of our Nation or consistent with our Constitution".[5] Nevertheless, a majority of the House of Representatives, including one Republican, passed a resolution urging Pence to either invoke the 25th Amendment or have the House majority impeach Trump.[6] Trump's second impeachment marked the fourth impeachment of a president of the United States. Trump is the only U.S. president and the only holder of any federal office to have been impeached twice, having been previously impeached in December 2019 for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.[7][8] With ten Republican representatives voting in support, the resolution received the most pro-impeachment votes ever from the president's party, making it the most bipartisan presidential impeachment in history.[9] This was also the first presidential impeachment in which all majority caucus members voted unanimously for impeachment. The trial in the Senate is scheduled to start on February 9.[10] At the trial, a two-thirds majority of senators is needed to convict Trump. A conviction would trigger a second vote in which a simple majority in the Senate could permanently disqualify Trump from holding public office in the United States
From BBC English Donald Trump has been impeached - again. So what now? The former president is the first in US history to have been charged with misconduct - or impeached - twice by the lower chamber of US Congress. The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives accused Mr Trump of encouraging violence with his false claims of election fraud and egging on a mob to storm the Capitol on 6 January. Some Republicans also backed impeachment in that historic vote. What happens next? Mr Trump, a Republican, now faces trial in the upper chamber, the Senate. A two-thirds majority in the Senate means a conviction. If Mr Trump is convicted, senators could also vote to bar him from ever holding public office again. OK, when is the trial? It is set to start next month. On 25 January, the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, sent the article of impeachment - the charge of incitement laid out and approved by the lower chamber - to the Senate. According to the Constitution, that triggers the trial proceedings to begin by 13:00 (local) the following day. But the new Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer has agreed to a request from the Republican leader, Mitch McConnell, for more time. So the trial itself will begin on 9 February. Can he be tried now he has left? It's never happened before, so it's untested and the US Constitution doesn't say. Impeachment proceedings against President Richard Nixon were ended when he quit in 1974. So Mr Trump could take his case to the Supreme Court, claiming his trial was unconstitutional. Some lower ranked officials have been impeached after leaving office. What happens to impeached presidents? What impeachment means for Trump, Biden and America Would Trump be convicted in the Senate? Democrats only hold half the 100 seats so they would require 17 Republicans to vote against someone from their own party. That's a high bar for a party that has largely remained publicly loyal to Mr Trump. But 10 Republicans in the House supported impeachment and a couple of senators have indicated they are open to it. Even Mitch McConnell says he has not yet made up his mind how he will vote. At the Capitol: Trump's Christian supporters 'Like a medieval battle': The riots frontline Could Trump run for president again if convicted? If he is convicted by the Senate, lawmakers could hold another vote to block him from running for elected office again - which he had indicated he planned to do in 2024. This could be the biggest consequence of this impeachment. If he is convicted, a simple majority of senators would be needed to block Mr Trump from holding "any office of honour, trust or profit under the United States". So 50 senators plus a casting vote from Vice-President Kamala Harris would be enough to damn Mr Trump's hopes of political power. This could be appealing to Republicans hoping to run for president in the future and those who want Mr Trump out of the party. What about other benefits? There has been talk of Mr Trump losing benefits granted to his predecessors under the 1958 Former Presidents Act, which include a pension and health insurance, and potentially a lifetime security detail at taxpayers' expense. However, Mr Trump is likely to keep these benefits if he is convicted after leaving office. What was his first impeachment for again? That was over his dealings with Ukraine, although he denied any wrongdoing. He was accused of pressing the country's leader to open an investigation into Mr Biden, then his emerging rival for the White House, and his son Hunter. Mr Trump appeared to use military aid as leverage. He was impeached by the House and cleared by the then Republican-controlled Senate. Hang on, why was Trump impeached again? .......... https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-55586677