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Sunday, 30 June 2019

30 June ND: Centre Extends Deadline To Update Assam Citizens' List NRC To July 31/ Nagaland set to begin its variant of NRC from July 10


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30 June 2019: 26 Shawal 1440:Vol: 11, No:233
INDIA
Centre Extends Deadline To Update Assam Citizens' List NRC To July 31
New Delhi:Centre has extended the deadline to complete the ongoing exercise for updating the National Register of Citizens or NRC in Assam by one more month to July 30. The process had been extended in December last year by 6 months to June 30.In a notification, the Registrar General of India said the decision was taken as the exercise launched to identify legal residents of Assam, could not be completed within the current deadline.Over one lakh people were excluded from the NRC, a draft list showed earlier this week. The additional draft exclusion list published on Wednesday named 1.02 lakh people whose names figured in the draft citizens' list that was released in July last year. These names were subsequently found ineligible for inclusion.The Assam citizens' list is being updated for the first time since 1951 to account for illegal migration into Assam from neighbouring Bangladesh. The people who have been excluded will be informed individually through letters to be delivered at their residential addresses. The list of names dropped in the latest draft can be accessed on the National Register of Citizens' website. The excluded people will have the chance to file their claims at the designated NRC help centres by July 11.Over 40 lakh people were not named in the draft citizens' list published on July 30 last year, creating a huge controversy. Lakhs of them have applied for re-verification. The draft list included the names of 2.9 crore people out of the total 3.29 crore applications. NRC in Assam is being updated under the Supreme Court's monitoring.A person whose name is not part of NRC can approach any such tribunal with a certified copy of the rejection order received from NRC authorities along with the grounds for appeal.ndtv
Nagaland set to begin its variant of NRC from July 10
guwahati:Nagaland has decided to start a variant of National Register of Citizens (NRC) that neighbouring Assam is updating.On Saturday, Nagaland’s Home Commissioner R. Ramakrishnan issued a notification for setting up of the Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN) aimed at preparing a master list of all indigenous peoples and checking the issuance of fake indigenous inhabitant certificates.Designated teams would fan out to cover each village and urban ward from July 10, less than a month before Assam is scheduled to publish the final NRC.To be monitored by the Home Commissioner, Nagaland’s exercise for collecting information on locals and non-locals has a 60-day deadline. RIIN, according to Ramakrishnan, will be prepared after an extensive survey with the help of a village-wise and ward-wise list of indigenous inhabitants based on official records. It will be prepared under the supervision of each district administration.State govt, officials said, had directed all DCs to ensure that the teams were constituted by name within a week of the publication of the notification, make the information about the teams public, and communicate to the village council chairmen,Village Development Board secretaries, ward authorities, tribal hohos, church authorities, and NGOs.Hoho is the apex body of each Naga group. Survey teams have been instructed to visit each house and make a list of indigenous inhabitants living there. Each family member will be listed in the village of their original residence and mention will be made of any member living elsewhere. The format for making the list will mention “permanent residence and present residence” separately. Aadhaar number, wherever available, will also be recorded.The provisional lists will then be published in the villages and wards and also on the websites of the district and the State government on Sept.11.Time will be given till October 10 for any claims and objections after the publication of the provisional lists.DCs will then settle the claims and objections based on official records and evidence produced.List will be finalised after giving the claimants an opportunity of being heard, and each indigenous inhabitant will be given a unique identity card. thehindu
Muslim Boy Thrashed for not Chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram’ in UP
Kanpur:A young Muslim boy was allegedly thrashed by unidentified men here for denying to chant “Jai Shri Ram”, police said here on Saturday.According to police, the incident occurred on Friday when Mohammad Taj, resident of Barra, was returning home after offering ‘namaz’ at a mosque in Kidwai Nagar.“When I was coming back after offering the prayer, three to four people asked me to get down from my car. They started hurling abuses on me after seeing the skull cap on my head,” he told ANI.“They called me “mulla” (Muslim man) and asked me to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram.’ They thrashed me and also took away my cell phone as I was about to call my family and the police,” Taj told ANI. Circle Officer (CO) Manoj Kumar Gupta said that three to four unidentified motorcyclists stopped Taj for overtaking them and objected to him wearing the skull cap. “When the people interrupted, the attackers fled from the spot. We will look into the CCTV footage and take strict action against the accused,” he said.Caravan NewsANI
Hopes of Getting Justice Dashed: Pehlu Khan’s Son
Mewat:Amid a controversy over the name of Pehlu Khan, a dairy farmer killed by a group of cow vigilantes in Rajasthan in 2017,in a chargesheet, his son on Saturday said his hopes of justice from the Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot-led Congress govt were dashed. “We had a hope from the Congress govt that they will help us in getting justice but all our struggle went in vain,” Irsad was quoted as saying by ANI. “We were hoping that we will get justice now. They killed our father in front of our eyes but now they are torturing us as some of us are the eye-witnesses in the case,” he said.
Lynchings of Muslims, Dalits linked to Sangh Parivar:Owaisi
New Delhi :AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday said organisations linked to Sangh Parivar were accountable for crimes against people who refuse to chant slogans of “Jai Shri Ram” and “Vande Mataram”.“People are being beaten up if they do not say ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Vande Mataram.’ These incidents are not going to stop. Only Muslims and Dalits are being targeted. There are organisations behind such incidents and all of them are linked to the Sangh Parivar,” ANI quoted Hyderabad MP as saying.Owaisi’s remarks came a day after an 18-year-old boy was allegedly assaulted and forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ by a group of youths in a market in Kanpur.indian express
Minority Body, Locals Oppose Move to Transform East Delhi’s Urdu-Medium School into English
New Delhi:Local residents of Sri Ram Colony district in East Delhi has opposed East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC)’s decision to transform an Urdu medium school into an English medium one.Residents of Khajuri area of Sri Ram Colony, which has around 90% Muslim population, has also met with Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, and has submitted applications to various government bodies as well. These include Delhi Minority Commission, Education Commissioner, Additional Education Commissioner, Director of Education, EDMC mayor and Education chairman to oppose EDMC’s move.They have also submitted the signatures of 1000 people who are against the transformation of the medium from Urdu to English. Acting on the complaint filed by them,the commission has now ordered the department of education, EDMC, “not to change the medium of instruction of the said school and to start the upcoming school year as an Urdu-medium school only”.“An Urdu-medium school was approved and built after a decade-long struggle in Sri Ram Colony, Ward No.64E, Shahdara North Zone of EDMC. The building is now ready, sporting a board saying “EDMC Primary School Urdu”. But somehow EDMC now wants to change the medium of instruction of this school to English while a vast majority of the people in the area want and have struggled for an Urdu-medium school all this while. One thousand people of the area have also approached the DMC for help,” said the Commission while issuing an order not to change the medium of education.Caravan Daily
Terrorists, Murderers Running Country while Honest Police Officers being Framed: Shweta Bhatt
Kozhikode:“When I married Sanjiv 33 years ago, I had promised him that I would stay with him through thick and thin. Help me keep that promise,” Shweta Bhatt said before hundreds of people carrying umbrellas with slogans in support of her husband Sanjiv Bhatt, the IPS officer who was recently sentenced for life by the Jamnagar Special Court in Gujarat.“The situation in our country is such that rapists, terrorists, and murderers are running it, while honest police officers are being framed,” she was quoted as addressing an ‘umbrella march’ organised by Muslim Youth League  in Kozhikode on Friday expressing solidarity with the officer.Sanjiv Bhatt was handed life-term for a 28-year-old case of custodial death. Human rights activists have pointed out that the man had died, much after he was released from police custody, of renal failure, and that the case was registered 18 days after that.There was no mention of physical violence in his autopsy report.Caravan News
UP adds 17 OBC groups to Scheduled Castes list
Yogi Adityanath govt in UP has included 17 communities belonging to the Other Backward Classes in the Scheduled Castes list.A decision to this effect was taken late Friday night and authorities have been directed to issue certificate to families belonging to these 17 castes. The additions are — Nishad, Bind, Mallah, Kewat, Kashyap, Bhar, Dhivar, Batham, Machua, Prajapati, Rajbhar, Kahar, Pottar, Dhimar, Manjhi, Tuhaha and Gaur.This move is seen as an attempt by the Adityanath government to provide these socially and economically backward classes with the benefits of reservation after removing legal irritants that have stalled the issue in the past. The move will leave greater space in the OBC quota for the remaining OBC caste groups.IANS
Only people in ‘decent clothes’ will be allowed inside Imambara: Lucknow DM
Lucknow:DM Lucknow, Kaushal Raj Sharma issued dress codes and other guidelines for tourists visiting historical monuments in the city.“Carrying camera, tripod, video cameras inside Bara and Chota Imambara is prohibited. Furthermore, entering the premises of Imambara with vulgar dresses too is not allowed. Only people with decent clothes will be allowed inside the premises of the monuments,” the guidelines issued by DM Sharma read. The guidelines also prohibit all kinds of professional photography or shoots inside the premises of the historical monuments in the city and mentioned there will be a punishment for the guards who do not follow these orders.The DM’s guidelines also mention increasing security in and around the premises of the historical monuments.ANI
Man Murdered by Friends Wrongly Buried as Muslim, Body Exhumed and Handed Over to Family
Muzaffarnaga: The body of a 19-year-old man was dug out Friday from a Muslim graveyard after he was identified as a Hindu, police said on Saturday.The man was killed on June 17 by his three friends who dumped his body in the Yamuna, they said, adding that the body was recovered the next day.He was wrongly identified as a Muslim after which the body was buried at a graveyard, SDM Surjit Kumar said.On the orders of Shamli DM, the body was exhumed after the man was identified as Sagar, a Hindu, police said.The real identity of the deceased was revealed after 3 arrested men confessed to the crime, they said.The body was handed over to the family, police said.PTI
PM reminds people of Emergency; says don't take democracy for granted
New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi on Sunday reminded people of the Emergency and urged them not to take democracy "for granted", saying in day-to-day life, it is difficult to savour the joy of democratic rights, unless they are snatched away. In his first 'Mann ki Baat' monthly radio address after returning to power, he said everyday when one gets to eat food on time, one doesn't realize what hunger pangs are. "Similarly, in day-to-day life, it is difficult to savour the joy of democratic rights,unless they are snatched away.During Emergency, every citizen of the country had started getting the feeling that something that belonged to him had been snatched away. If what was snatched had never been enjoyed by that person, ever, it had to eventually precipitate into a painful inner agony," he said. PM reminded people that in order to ensure smooth conduct of the social order, a constitution is required. "Laws and rules are necessary, rights and duties should be part of due discourse," he said. PTI
Domestic Violence Act: 'Divorced Wife' Entitled To Execute Orders Granted Prior To Decree Of Divorce: Calcutta HC
Calcutta High Court has held that a divorced wife who got an order of maintenance and other relief under Domestic Violence Act [DV Act] prior to the decree of divorce is entitled to execute the same if she is unable to maintain herself and she has not remarried and for other reasons.In Krishnendu Das Thakur vs. State of West Bengal, Justice Madhumati Mitra considered these two important legal issues:Whether the wife is required to be continued in domestic relationship to execute an order of maintenance already granted in her favour under the provision of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.[DV Act]?Whether change of marital status of the wife by a decree of divorce can be considered to be a change in circumstances as mentioned in Section 25(2) of the Act?. The contention put forth in this case was that, after the decree of the divorce, the wife ceased to be an aggrieved person as envisaged in the provisions of Section 2(a) of the Domestic Violence Act. After the decree of the divorce the opposite party cannot be considered to be an aggrieved person or in domestic relationship with the 'husband', it was argued.livelaw.in
Mother of baby Modi wants a new name for her son — Aftab
In the days following May 23, when BJP returned to power riding on another Narendra Modi wave, came a breezy news from a village in Gonda, UP: of a Muslim woman who had named her child — “born on the day of the election results” — ‘Narendra Damodardas Modi’.Less than a month later, sitting in her unplastered, two-storey house in Parsapur Mahraur village, Mehnaz Begum, 25, says she regrets naming her child that, and blames her journalist cousin for allegedly convincing her to pull off the ‘fraud’. The child, it now turns out, was born on May 12, not 23, as Mehnaz declared in an affidavit addressed to DM and submitted to Assistant Development Officer (Panchayat) Ghanshyam Pandey. Pandey confirms that he received Mehnaz’s affidavit with the child’s name as ‘Narendra Damodardas Modi’ and that he forwarded it to DMO.“ I had no idea it would become such a big issue. I fell for what my aunt’s son told me,” Mehnaz says.She alleges her first cousin, Mushtaq Ahmed, a journalist with Hindi daily Hindustan in Gonda, not just convinced her to name the child after Modi but also spread the word that the child was born on May 23. On May 25, Hindustan’s Lucknow edition carried a story on Mehnaz and baby ‘Modi’ on page 12, with Ahmed sharing the byline with Bureau Chief Qamar Abbas.“Mushtaq made me mug up a short speech and tell mediapersons that my son was born on May 23 and that I have decided to name him after the Prime Minister. I am illiterate and don’t even know much about Modi,”says Mehnaz as neighbours gather at her house.KK Upadhyay, who was Editor, Hindustan (Lucknow), when the story was published, said, “We got the story from the village and published it. The story is not false and the child’s name remains the same.The story was verified and mother later told all mediapersons what she told us. Her story was published in all papers the same day.” Teervijay Singh, who has been appointed Editor, refused to comment, saying he would take charge only in July.Mehnaz’s husband Mohd Mushtaq Ahmed works as a mason in Dubai and last came home in Nov.2018. Mehnaz adds, “Only the media visited us, took photographs, interviewed us and left. They stopped visiting us after the issue about my son’s date of birth came up,” she says, asking the neighbours to leave her alone.Sitting at a tea shop with others, Mehnaz’s father-in-law Mohd Idris, blames his daughter-in-law and her cousin for the controversy. indianexpress
Regret naming my child Narendra Modi, was asked to lie about my child’s date of birth: Muslim mother
Nusrat Jahan has done big crime, her marriage not valid under Islam: Cleric
New Delhi:Mufti Mukarram Ahmed, Shahi Imam, Fatehpuri Masjid on Sunday said TMC MP Nusrat Jahan's marriage with a Jain businessman is not valid as per Islamic norms.This comes after a fatwa was issued to Jahan after she appeared in Parliament wearing 'sindoor'. Mukarram said, "I don't know what is mentioned in the fatwa, but Islam does not allow 'Sindoor'. It's not Muslim culture... It's not a marriage. It looks more like a relation to show off. Both Muslims and Jains won't consider it a marriage. She is no more a Jain or a Muslim. She has done a big crime and she should not have done it." The newly-elected TMC MP's marriage with a Jain businessman and her wearing a sindoor and bangles became a subject matter of controversy on Saturday, with a Muslim cleric calling out Jahan over "un-Islamic" practices."Islam says a Muslim can marry only a Muslim. I have got to know that Nusrat is a film actor and people in the cinema do not care about religious practices. They do what they have to," said Mufti Asad Quasmi of Madrasa Jamia Sheikh-ul-Hind.Sadhvi Prachi slammed the cleric for his statement and welcomed the lawmaker into her "community".ANI
"Damaged My Relationship With Allah": Actress Zaira Wasim Quits Films
Mumbai: National Award-winning actor Zaira Wasim on Sunday announced her "disassociation" from the field of acting, saying she was not happy with the line of work as it interfered with her faith and religion. In a detailed post on her Facebook page, which she later shared across all social media platforms, Kashmiri-born Dangal fame star said she realised "though I may fit here perfectly, I do not belong here"."5 years ago I made a decision that changed my life forever. As I stepped my foot in Bollywood, it opened doors of massive popularity for me. I started to become the prime candidate of public attention, I was projected as the gospel of the idea of success and was often identified as a role model for the youth."However, that's never something that I set out to do or become, especially with regards to my ideas of success and failure, which I had just started to explore and understand," Wasim said in the lengthy post."This field indeed brought a lot of love, support, and applause my way, but what it also did was to lead me to a path of ignorance, as I silently and unconsciously transitioned out of imaan (faith). While I continued to work in an environment that consistently interfered with my imaan, my relationship with my religion was threatened," 18-year-old actor said.Zaira Wasim said as she continued to "ignorantly pass through" while trying to convince herself that what she was doing was okay and was not really affecting her, "I lost all the 'Barakah'' (blessing) from my life"."I was constantly battling with my soul to reconcile my thoughts and instincts to fix a static picture of my imaan and I failed miserably, not just once but a hundred times..."Zaira Wasim said she began to heavily rely upon Allah's mercy for help and guidance instead of valuing her own believability. "I discovered my lack of knowledge of the basic fundamentals of my religion and how my inability to reinforce a change earlier was a result of confusing my heart's contentment and wellbeing with strengthening and satisfying my own (shallow and worldly) desires," she said.NDTV
WORLD
Trump meets N.Korea's Kim at DMZ
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have each stepped over the border at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) that divides Korean Peninsula, after shaking hands on Sunday.With the highly symbolic gesture, Trump became the first sitting US president to set foot on North Korean soil.What originally was intended to be an impromptu exchange of pleasantries turned into a 50-minute meeting, another historic first in the yearlong rapprochement between the 2 nations, which are still technically at war with each other.It marks a return to face-to-face contact between the leaders after talks broke down during a summit in Vietnam in Feb.Trump announced afterward that the two nations had agreed to resume discussions in the coming weeks.Significant doubts remain, though, about the future of the negotiations and the North's willingness to give up its stockpile of nuclear weapons."Stepping across that line was a great honour," Trump said at a joint news conference with Kim. "It's a great day for the world," he added."I want to thank Chairman Kim for something else; when I put out the social media notification, if he didn't show up the press was going to make me look very bad so you made us both look good and I appreciate it," Trump added. Standing next to Trump after the US president crossed the border, Kim noted the historic value of the meeting.aljazeera
In a historic first, Trump steps into N.Korea; meets Kim Jong
Egypt's Aboul Fotouh 'suffers double heart attack' in prison
Egypt's former presidential candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh has suffered two heart attacks in prison, his son has said, adding his father may die there because of the harsh conditions under which he is held.Aboul Fotouh's son, Ahmed, wrote on Facebook on Saturday his father, who is a leading opposition figure, may succumb to the "deliberate" abuse in Cairo's Torah prison "at any time".A former member of the Muslim Brotherhood and leader of the centrist Strong Egypt Party, Aboul Fotouh ran as an independent candidate in the 2012 presidential elections, gaining nearly a fifth of the vote in the first round.Aboul Fotouh was detained in Feb.2018, ahead of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's re-election, on charges of being part of a banned group, unspecified by Egypt's prosecution, but widely believed to be the Brotherhood. He is also being accused of spreading false news."Today, while we were waiting to visit him, he had a heart attack," Ahmed said. aljazeera
Taliban official: Latest round of Doha talks with US 'critical'
Taliban and US are looking for "tangible results" during the seventh round of peace talks, being held in Doha, the armed group has said.Spokesman Suhail Shaheen told AP on Sunday that the latest round of talks between the two sides, who have been at war since 2001, was "critical". 7th round of peace talks that got under way in the Qatari capital on Saturday is aimed at hammering out the fine print of an agreement that will see the eventual withdrawal of over 20,000 US and NATO troops from Afghanistan.The deal is also expected to provide guarantees that Afghanistan will not again harbour armed groups to carry out attacks worldwide. aljazeera
Taliban kills 8 election commission employees in south Afghanistan: officials
Kabul:Taliban fighters killed 8 election commission employees on Saturday night inside a district centre in Afghanistan's southern province of Kandahar, officials said.The employees of the Independent Election Commission were stationed at the government office in Maruf district to register voters when fighters of the hard line Islamist group launched an attack.Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack.Qari Yousuf Ahmadi, a Taliban spokesman said the fighters killed election commission employees and 57 members of Afghan National Defence and Security Forces (ANDSF). They also captured 11 others with 5 vehicles and a large cache of weapons during the attack at the district centre. But Afghan government officials said Taliban had exaggerated the casualty figures.Separately, Taliban fighters killed 8 Afghan soldiers and injured eight others at a military checkpoint in Balabulak district in the western province of Farah, a local official said.Reuters
Khashoggi's fiancee questions silence of MBS
Hatice Cengiz, fiancĂ©e of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi, on Sunday pointed to Saudi crown prince's silence on the report of UN Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard, which found "credible evidence" to further probe Saudi officials, including crown prince.Cengiz, having arrived at Geneva to take part in the 41st session of UNHRC, spoke to Anadolu Agency and commented on the recent UN report, silence of the Saudi crown prince and her life after Khashoggi.Emphasizing that the UN rapporteur’s report shocked the UN Geneva Office and international communities, Cengiz said she thought even Callamard herself might be surprised with the attention the report has drawn.Anadolu
Gaza moving ‘from bad to worse’: UNRWA
Gaza :A UN official on Sunday warned that the situation in Israel-blockaded Gaza Strip was moving from bad to worse.“The social and economic situation in Gaza is moving from bad to worse,”Matthias Schmale, the director of UNRWA’s operations in Gaza, told a meeting organized by Press House NGO.He blamed the 12-year Israeli blockade on Gaza for the deteriorating situation in the Palestinian territory, which is home to nearly two million people. “It has caused higher unemployment rates, economic collapse and restriction of free trade,” Schmale said. According to Palestinian Center of Bureau of Statistics, unemployment in Gaza continues to rise, reaching 52% in 2018, an increase of almost eight percent since 2017 and  over 20 percent since Israel imposed the closure in 2007. Anadolu
Israel arrests Palestinian minister in Jerusalem
Israel has detained and questioned the Palestinian minister for Jerusalem affairs, Israeli police have said. Palestine's Minister for Jerusalem Affairs Fadi al-Hadami was detained for "activities in Jerusalem", Israeli police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld told AFP.Palestinian media reported that Israeli police had arrested al-Hadami from his home in Jerusalem in the early hours of Sunday morning, after searching the premises.The sources said five other Palestinian men were also arrested on Sunday, from areas across Jerusalem, Bethlehem and south of Hebron in the occupied West Bank. The detainees identified by Palestinian media included Haydar and Alaa Dirbas who were arrested at the Maqasid Hospital in Occupied East Jerusalem, and Ihab Saeed who was arrested from his village near Jerusalem. The Israeli authorities did not comment on why the men were arrested.aljazeera
Palestinian businessman freed by PA after Bahrain meeting arrest
Palestinian Authority (PA) has released from custody a Palestinian businessman arrested for taking part in US-led economic conference in Bahrain, a family source has said.The PA's intelligence service had on Saturday detained Salah Abu Mayala, a businessman from the city of Hebron in the occupied West Bank, a security source told the AFP.Abu Mayala, who is in his 70s and has health problems, was back at home on Sunday, a family source in the occupied southern West Bank city, told AFP. Abu Mayala's family refused to comment on the arrest. PA had decided to arrest Palestinians found to have taken part in the conference, where US President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner earlier this week presented the economic component of a long-awaited Middle East initiative.The Palestinian leadership boycotted the summit and insisted a political solution to the conflict with Israel must come before economic issues could be addressed.aljazeera
Swedish mosque vandalized in racist attack
A mosque inside a hospital in western Sweden was vandalized on Saturday in a racist attack.The attackers at Molndal Hospital in Gothenburg city desecrated the holy Quran and spilled soft drinks on the shelfs and carpets of the mosque, the mosque association said in a statement on social media.The association condemned the attack saying it had offended and hurt Muslims. Police have launched an investigation into the incident and footage from security cameras at the facility is being examined.Anadolu Agency
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