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Story of A Rape #UNNAO

June 2017: A 17 year old Minor girl in Unnao district alleges rape by a BJP MLA Kuldeep Sengar. June 2017 - April 2018: Girl's family complains. Police refuse to even file an FIR. Family goes to court. Persists with the case for a long time. April 3, 2018: Girls father badly beaten up by MLA’s henchmen. April 3, 2018: Police arrests father while ignoring the girl’s complaint. April 8, 2018: Girl attempts suicide outside home of UP CM Yogi accusing him of protecting the MLA. April 9, 2018: Girl's father dies after police torture. April 10, 2018: Police arrest four men accused of assaulting the girl's father, all associates of rapist MLA. April 10, 2018: Post-mortem report shows 14 injuries on girl's father's body in the Unnao case. April 11, 2018: Case handed over to CBI. April 12, 2018: BJP lawmaker Kuldeep Sengar charged with minor's rape. April 13, 2018: Allahabad GC orders arrest of the MLA. 11 July 2018: CBI files first chargesheet naming the MLA

INDIA: The Neelam Plan

Rediff.com  »  News The Neelam Plan June 20, 2003 22:14 IST You've started hearing this constant nag of something called the Chenab plan to solve the Kashmir imbroglio. In its essence, it is a plan being sponsored by Islamist extremists from Pakistan and some of their friends in the US. This generous 'Pakistan keeps whatever it has, but let's negotiate over what India keeps' plan aims to give all of the Indian Kashmir valley independence, while letting Pakistan keep all the territories it now illegally and forcefully occupies. In other words, this is the same kind of odious thinking that has led to the ethnic cleansing of all minorities from Pakistan -- Kashmiri  Muslims cannot live with the infidels, hence they have to cleanse their territory and must make it a different country. You might prefer the  more politically correct rendition -- division along ethnic lines -- but make no mistake about its intent. Unfortunately, it would seem this jihadi Islamist plan h

Pak Army Mine, Weapons Found; Amarnath Yatra Targeted: Indian Army

By The Quint August 02, 2019 at 03:29 PM IST In a joint press briefing, Commander of the Chinar Corps Lt General KJS Dhillon said that they had confirmed intelligence inputs that there were attempts by Pakistan to disrupt/target the Amarnath Yatra. Here are the key highlights from the joint press conference: Commander of the 15 Corps, said the threat of improvised explosive devices in the Valley is "more pronounced", but it is being tackled effectively by security forces by conducting regular searches. He said that during searches, a mine with Pakistan Ordnance Factory markings was seized. The forces have also found a huge cache of arms along the Amarnath Yatra route which included a US M-24 sniper rifle and a mine with markings of the Pakistan Ordnance Factory, the Army officer said.I G Kashmir SP Pani said, “More than 10 serious attempts to trigger IED blasts were made in the Valley, mostly in Pulwama and Shopian areas. ” The Army also said that 83 per cent of terr

CHINA: New Defense White Paper , Analysis

China Global Security Tracker No. 5 January-June 2019 By  Helena Legarda Download as PDF 1005.52 KB Highlights New defense white paper.  China released its new white paper on “China’s National Defense in the New Era” on July 24. Military budget to increase by 7.5 percent in 2019.  This year’s National People’s Congress, held in March, approved a CNY 1.2 trillion defense budget. US, France, Canada sail through Taiwan Strait, angering China.  Despite already tense relations between Washington and Beijing, the US Navy sailed through the sensitive waterway once a month on average. Western researchers worked with Chinese military scientists on AI. Media reports revealed that staff from Microsoft collaborated with China’s National University of Defense Technology (NUDT). Mixed results for China’s extradition requests.  In early June, Spain extradited 94 Taiwanese suspects to China. At the other end of the spectrum, the New Zealand Court of Appeals ruled against the extradition of a Kor

CHINA: New Defense White Paper , Analysis

China Global Security Tracker No. 5 January-June 2019 By  Helena Legarda Download as PDF 1005.52 KB Highlights New defense white paper.  China released its new white paper on “China’s National Defense in the New Era” on July 24. Military budget to increase by 7.5 percent in 2019.  This year’s National People’s Congress, held in March, approved a CNY 1.2 trillion defense budget. US, France, Canada sail through Taiwan Strait, angering China.  Despite already tense relations between Washington and Beijing, the US Navy sailed through the sensitive waterway once a month on average. Western researchers worked with Chinese military scientists on AI. Media reports revealed that staff from Microsoft collaborated with China’s National University of Defense Technology (NUDT). Mixed results for China’s extradition requests.  In early June, Spain extradited 94 Taiwanese suspects to China. At the other end of the spectrum, the New Zealand Court of Appeals ruled against the extradition of a Kor