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Postby UlanBatori » 19 Nov 2019 07:59

ACB raids former JMC members' houses: huge hoard of gold etc.
ACB raids 7 premises of former JMC Com; seizes huge gold, documents
By Daily Excelsior - 19/11/2019


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Postby UlanBatori » 19 Nov 2019 08:01

4 pakroaches trapped in encounter with jawans

Upper reaches of Surankote subdivision
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Postby UlanBatori » 19 Nov 2019 08:08

Battle of Rezang La remembered

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SRINAGAR, Nov 18: The nation today remembered the gallant heroes of the battle of Rezang La in Eastern Ladakh, which has gone into the annals of military history as one of the greatest battles ever fought.
It was in November 1962, that brave hearts of ‘Charlie’ Company 13 KUMAON, under the inspiring leadership of Major Shaitan Singh, fought the enemy to the ‘Last Man, Last Round’. This unparalleled saga of valour and sacrifice, where every man died a hero, continues to inspire future generations of Indian soldiers.
Upholding the tradition of remembering and honouring our war heroes, Chushul Brigade of the ‘Fire & Fury’ Corps commemorated the historic day with reverence. Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, General Officer Commanding, ‘Fire & Fury’ Corps paid homage to the martyrs of Rezang La, wherein he visited the battle ground where the epic battle was fought and paid respects to the fallen heroes.
Lt General Harinder Singh thereafter laid a wreath at the Rezang La Memorial in the honour of brave men of ‘Charlie’ Company 13 KUMAON who made the supreme sacrifice in the defence of the motherland. Senior military and civil dignitaries as well as Veterans from the area, were present during the wreath laying ceremony.
Commemoration of Rezang La Day each year is an endeavour by the Indian Army to pay homage to the brave men of ‘Charlie’ company 13 Kumaon, who have etched their names in golden letters in the history of India, with their courage and commitment.

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Postby g.sarkar » 19 Nov 2019 11:35

Ulan Batoriji,
Thanks for your post. But a small puchh here. In the battle of Rezang La, under the leadership of Major Shaitan Singh, most of the Indian contingent perished. So, I was under the false impression that Rezang La is today under Chinese control as they do not leave what they get easily. Your post made clear that Rezang La is under Indian control and a part of Ladakh, India. I checked that map at: https://i0.wp.com/vargiskhan.com/log/wp ... s-khan.jpg, which shows motor-able map of Chushul and Rezang La, which is visited by Indian motorists. So what is the history of the Chinese leaving Rezang La? Thanks.
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Postby Deans » 19 Nov 2019 11:56

g.sarkar wrote:Ulan Batoriji,
Thanks for your post. But a small puchh here. In the battle of Rezang La, under the leadership of Major Shaitan Singh, most of the Indian contingent perished. So, I was under the false impression that Rezang La is today under Chinese control as they do not leave what they get easily. Your post made clear that Rezang La is under Indian control and a part of Ladakh, India. I checked that map at: https://i0.wp.com/vargiskhan.com/log/wp ... s-khan.jpg, which shows motor-able map of Chushul and Rezang La, which is visited by Indian motorists. So what is the history of the Chinese leaving Rezang La? Thanks.
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The Chinese took some territory in that sector (the south eastern shore of Pangong Tsi lake). Rezang La itself was not of strategic value, unless the Chinese moved on further to capture Chushul - enabling them to move north along the Chushul-Leh road to threaten Leh. It is only speculation but its possible that the Chinese were stunned by the ferocity of the resistance of Charlie company. The rest of 13 Kumaon was in a more defensive position covering Chushul and they might have decimated the rest of the attacking Chinese force.
My book '2022 India's two front war' features that sector.

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Postby Peregrine » 19 Nov 2019 16:11

UlanBatori wrote:PROOF that PeeTeeAi gets its neuj from BRF. Look at few posts above: They just inverted the sequence and stole from Daily Excelsior, via UBCN and BRF. HA!!!
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Postby UlanBatori » 19 Nov 2019 19:07

Deans wrote:... a small puchh here. .. So, I was under the false impression that Rezang La is today under Chinese control as they do not leave what they get easily.
The Chinese took some territory in that sector (the south eastern shore of Pangong Tsi lake). Rezang La itself was not of strategic value, unless the Chinese moved on further to capture Chushul - enabling them to move north along the Chushul-Leh road to threaten Leh. It is only speculation but its possible that the Chinese were stunned by the ferocity of the resistance of Charlie company. The rest of 13 Kumaon was in a more defensive position covering Chushul and they might have decimated the rest of the attacking Chinese force.
My book '2022 India's two front war' features that sector.


I will be looking 4 ur book. Broject (one of many) is to debunk the dhimmi notion that in 1962 Indian Army "lost" the war to the Chinese PeeEllAy.

The result was: India lost xx people. Chinese lost 100xx people. Of course 1 Indian = 200 Cheen per the "Rakta Tilakam" movie starring Shivaji Ganesan, but let's let that pass. Chinese attack was delayed long enough that they found themselves on the wrong side of the Himalayas (threatening Guwahati etc) as the winter snows came down, and USAF bummers were landing at Kolkatta DumDum to augment IAF capabilities. They realized that they had hours if that, to get the heck BACK over the mountains before the passes were bombed and their supply lines were totally cut. So they force-marched their soldiers, who were on the point of death from exhaustion and high-altitude sickness, BACK over the Himalayas and all the way across Tibet at the height of winter. Close your eyes, and ponder THAT pleasure trip, if you were a PLA soldier. They were human too.

Hint: Look for any indication that you can find more than 100 ppl in Cheen who can claim to be Veterans of 1962 Hu Actually Came Into Assom.
Hint 2: The British Expedition in Afghanistan has 15000 men when it marched across the Sindhu, 15 when it returned. They also "WON" the war. :roll:

As usual, Communist media claimed Victory. And the PLA "held on" to a lot of land that India did not have the foggiest hope of being able to develop or use for the next 50 years. Most Indians still don't have **ANY** idea of what is on the north side of the Himalayas except for some vague notion about Manasarovar.

And as the cheen rule in Tibet collapses circa 2025, Indians better learn because they will be going there as liberators, rescue teams and development teams.

What we see here (I too assumed that the place must be on the wrong side of the Yellow Sea there) is proof that the Chinese even had to vacate posts that they captured at the cost of practically 90% death of the attacking force.

Do u now c y India did **NOT** bomb the passes? Totally Chankian, like Marshal (Whatzit), the Russian Army commander in Napoleon's foray that ended in the pakistan.

Marshal, the blizzard is intensifying. The French have started withdrawing from Moskva.

(Leaping out of his bed where he was lying in depression, and falling to his knees)
"Holy Mother Mary, Thanks!"
"Give the orders: Start attacking the musharrafs-e-phrogistanis!"


The Great Classic by UBCN titled: "1962: The True Story As Never Told B4" is coming out any day now. Move over, War And Peace!

(OK, just remembered the sad history of Haji Pir Pass but let's not go there...) :twisted:

Hope you do at least a preliminary order-of-magnitude guesstimate using the famed UBCN GUESS (Grossly Under Estimating Scientific System) of the casualties among the famished PLA soldiers, from that desperate, panicked RETREAT in your book? Enough of the nonsense about "India losing". Yeah we had some prize idiots as Jarnails (Lt. Gen. Kaul etc) who are now mouthing off as "Ex-Military" oiseules attacking the scrapping of 370.

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Postby KLNMurthy » 19 Nov 2019 21:36

Varoon Shekhar wrote:^
I second that. Good to see the Indian government taking some tough measures. I think as you yourself pointed out before, India's 'democratic credentials" or its being secular and plural, didn't bring about bouquets of approval from the NY Times( who have had strong anti-India positions on the Kashmir issue going back to the 1990s) and other news agencies. So where is the 'image' that has taken a beating in their eyes?

I too hope that GoI will remember that, like Modi said about himself during the elections ("my image is the product of my lifelong tapasya, and not the gift of Lutyens or the Khan markeg gang"), India's image, and substance for that matter, are not owed to the civilizations that we now know to be savages at the core.

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Postby pankajs » 19 Nov 2019 23:31

Was this posted ... Why was this not implemented before, especially with Baki TV.

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/c ... 2019-11-18
Centre bans content from Muslim nations on television in J&K
Cable TV operators in J&K have been warned against broadcasting any content from private TV channels based in Muslim nations like Iran, Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia.

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Cable TV operators had suffered reverses in business after the clampdown on television services, among others, in wake of the August 5 abrogation of Article 370 in the erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir. The lockdown on broadcasting was subsequently lifted on August 20.

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Postby UlanBatori » 20 Nov 2019 01:31

This is SHOCKING :eek: . No more content from Malloostan, then on Cable-ul-CashMore? Hain? :((
The romantic song scenes with the herrow in a pillowcase and herrowine in a mailbox prancing around a ***** DATE PALM TREE !!!!!!!!! ***** among sand-dunes in 120-degree heat. The dream of every Malloo youth.

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Postby UlanBatori » 20 Nov 2019 08:06

Lt. Guvrnor asks guvrmand to update their websites and develop apps to help citjens.
Learn from Pakis, maybe?

Absence of Internet causes huge dip in revenue collection.
Pakis sending SMS was main source of revenue?

DCs asked to set-up internet kiosks for filing GST returns

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JAMMU, Nov 19: Worried over considerable dip in the revenue collections for the last three months because of no internet connectivity in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the Government has asked all the Deputy Commissioners to allow the people filing of GST returns through internet kiosks in their offices.
In a communiqué, issued today by the Finance Department , the Deputy Commissioners have been requested that the access to the internet kiosks located in their offices may be allowed to the tax filers for at-least 10 days from tomorrow.
“Kindly facilitate the filing of GST returns through internet kiosks located in your offices on 20th of this month with necessary safeguards, which is the due date of filing of GST returns,” read the communiqué, addressed to all the Deputy Commissioners of Jammu and Kashmir.
Pertinent to mention that internet kiosks have been established in the offices of all the Deputy Commissioners to facilitate people in Jammu and Kashmir where the mobile internet connectivity has been snapped since August 5, 2019, before abrogation of Article 370 and re-organization of the erstwhile State of J&K into two Union Territories.
In the absence of internet connectivity in the Union Territory of J&K, the tax payers have not been able to file the GST returns, particularly GSTR 3B on time since 2019.
Although the date of filing of returns was extended till October 20, 2019, in view of the representations received from the tax filers, the percentage of the returns filed during this period has been abysmally low.
Official sources told the Excelsior that only around 40 percent returns due for this period have been filed so far. Given that the continuous extension in the date of filing of returns has led to blockade of revenue, both cash and IGST settlement, there has been considerable dip in the revenue collection for the past three months, sources added.
In order to address the obtaining situation, the Finance Department today asked all the Deputy Commissioners to facilitate the filing of GST returns through the internet kiosks located in their offices from tomorrow with necessary safeguards.
“Also, as even the returns for the month of July, August and September have not been filed by all the tax payers, it is requested that the access to the internet kiosks located in your offices may be allowed to the tax filers for at-least 10 days from November 20 to 30, 2019,” read the communication.



Good to see that they now have time to worry about these secondary and tertiary problems... Situation Naaaarmal.

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Postby UlanBatori » 20 Nov 2019 08:39

India Todin (Dips***t Turdesai!!!) says Situation Naaaarmal even in KV. Exams brought out the students: 99% attendance.
EVery time I see the street realities of Cash More I gnash my incisors: India has POURED money into this place, to bring the standards up to first world and beyond. Don't know if there is ANY place in India this posh. Still all they do is gripe!

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Postby Deans » 20 Nov 2019 10:40

UlanBatori wrote:I will be looking 4 ur book. Broject (one of many) is to debunk the dhimmi notion that in 1962 Indian Army "lost" the war to the Chinese PeeEllAy.
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What few people understand about Aksai Chin is that most of the territory under Chinese occupation was occupied well before 1962.
The road connecting Xinjiang with Tibet (now Highway 219), which is in the middle of Aksai Chin, was constructed between 1951 and 1957.
Almost all the fighting in the 62 war was in Arunachal. The fighting in Ladakh was mostly platoon level with isolated posts being attacked.
C company of 13 Kumaon at Rezang La was the largest action. By the war's end, the Chinese had advanced upto their claim line - which was between 5 to 40 km from their starting positions of 1962. Between that claim line (current LAC) and the starting point of the Chinese, there were only those isolated posts that the Chinese had to take. The PLA lost a third of the fighting strength of an entire infantry brigade trying to overcome C company at Rezang La.

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Postby vishvak » 20 Nov 2019 10:58

India has POURED money into this place, to bring the standards up to first world and beyond

Maybe the schools could have daily small tests too. After all the students need to study no just going to tuition from Kindergarten isn't enough.

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Postby Yagnasri » 20 Nov 2019 11:03

UlanBatori wrote: EVery time I see the street realities of Cash More I gnash my incisors: India has POURED money into this place, to bring the standards up to first world and beyond. Don't know if there is ANY place in India this posh. Still all they do is gripe!


The reason for any support to terror not economical. It is ideological. Jihadi madarasa education and jihadi Friday teachings continued for decades without any one from out side even realizing what is being propagated there.

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Postby Vikas » 20 Nov 2019 12:07

^ Its a battle of perception. Ask any Muslim of Kashmir and he will bitterly complain that GOI has only looted them.
A part of problem is that previous govts let these muslims at the mercy of local leaders and the only way those folks could keep their chair by creating atmosphere of deprived Abdul, anger and sense of victimhood.

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Postby manjgu » 20 Nov 2019 16:45

masterful speech by mota bhai in RS today..... roasted and toasted the opposition. drowned them under a avalance of numbers and stats. looks like for the opposition the yardstick of normalcy is return of mobile internet !!!!

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Postby manjgu » 20 Nov 2019 16:48

Yagnasri wrote:
UlanBatori wrote: EVery time I see the street realities of Cash More I gnash my incisors: India has POURED money into this place, to bring the standards up to first world and beyond. Don't know if there is ANY place in India this posh. Still all they do is gripe!


The reason for any support to terror not economical. It is ideological. Jihadi madarasa education and jihadi Friday teachings continued for decades without any one from out side even realizing what is being propagated there.


totally true... jamat captured all the mosques..and social media was used to inflame passion. quite a few years back i took a sumo for gulmarg. as we approached the sumo, the driver shut off the stereo in the sumo. but i thought i heard something inflammatory ..so when the driver went away for a while i opened the stereo and lo behold there was a fiery speech on jehad etc..this was many years ago.

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Postby Deans » 20 Nov 2019 18:13

manjgu wrote:
Yagnasri wrote:
The reason for any support to terror not economical. It is ideological. Jihadi madarasa education and jihadi Friday teachings continued for decades without any one from out side even realizing what is being propagated there.


totally true... jamat captured all the mosques..and social media was used to inflame passion. quite a few years back i took a sumo for gulmarg. as we approached the sumo, the driver shut off the stereo in the sumo. but i thought i heard something inflammatory ..so when the driver went away for a while i opened the stereo and lo behold there was a fiery speech on jehad etc..this was many years ago.


Anantnag is worse, was there last winter. The locals call it Islamabad,

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Postby menon s » 20 Nov 2019 18:24

The railway line, from Baramulla to Srinagar to Banihal is ready. Jammu to Katra is also ready. All we need to is the last leg , the Banihal to Katra is under construction. where of the total, 111 kms, about 97 kms is tunnels. Then there is a major bridge across Chenab, that is termed to be the tallest, arch way bridge in the world. The Chenab Bridge alone has costed 1250 crores.

All this good money from central funds!

The extension, of the Northern Electric Grid, from jalandar, across, pir panjal, has alone costed us, about 3000 crores. Streilite the contractor had to bring in a heli crane for the first time to complete the work on the electric pylons.

All this done, and you have, KMs, those entitled ********, saying, things like, you are just returning the electricity generated from our land....!

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Postby A_Gupta » 20 Nov 2019 21:08

Pouring in money doesn’t help - in J&K or in the red states of America subsidized by the blue states, or the extreme-pro-Brexit towns in Wales that are swimming in European Union subsidies. In a way that is good - it means self-respect remains. What people need are the opportunities to make it for themselves, and not free money.

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Postby Katare » 21 Nov 2019 02:11

pankajs wrote:Was this posted ... Why was this not implemented before, especially with Baki TV.

https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/c ... 2019-11-18
Centre bans content from Muslim nations on television in J&K
Cable TV operators in J&K have been warned against broadcasting any content from private TV channels based in Muslim nations like Iran, Pakistan, Turkey and Malaysia.

<snip>

Cable TV operators had suffered reverses in business after the clampdown on television services, among others, in wake of the August 5 abrogation of Article 370 in the erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir. The lockdown on broadcasting was subsequently lifted on August 20.


No such thing has been done neither would it be legal. They have uploaded a copy of the notice, it doesn’t mention any country, religion or program. Just generic warning to follow govt regulations when broadcasting contents.

Shame on India Today editors.....

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Postby UlanBatori » 21 Nov 2019 03:14

But but but... India Todin editors are actually starting to practise thinking: go EZ on them.
Let's see... Who flouts Indian societal and government norms, hain?
I ONCE (and emphasis on ONCE) traveled on Gulf Air, and observed the general behavior of the gentle passengers for many hours. To their credit, quite soon they were united in yelling, with fist raised and all:
CLOSE DOWN GULF AIR!!
CLOSE DOWN GULF AIR!!

This was way back. 1980s. A different time. Gone With The Wind.

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Postby UlanBatori » 21 Nov 2019 18:37

Any update on the Rutgers Kashmir Hindu event?

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Postby vijayk » 22 Nov 2019 07:03

UlanBatori wrote:Any update on the Rutgers Kashmir Hindu event?


looks like it was moved from Rutgers to a temple due to pressure from Bakis, islamists, and scum liberals

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Postby UlanBatori » 22 Nov 2019 08:02

Wow! Glad it was not cancelled though. This needs to be widely publicized under RUTGERS BIGOTS OBSTRUCT PRESENTATION ON ISLAMIC TERRORISM AND GENOCIDE AGAINST HINDUS.

Then again, see what happened at People's Republic of Berkekey to much more powerful entities.

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Postby Amber G. » 22 Nov 2019 08:29

Surfing on net:
Islamists and Leftists outrage as Rutgers University hosts Vivek Agnihotri to speak about the plight of Kashmiri Pandits

There are some junk articles ..(url not given here, one can google don't want to give them a hit)
"Why is Rutgers University hosting an Islamophobe and a sexual predator to talk about Kashmir?"types..

Tweets from known NaPak Worshipers like :https://twitter.com/AudreyTruschke/status/1197522904503730176?s=20

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Postby Kashi » 22 Nov 2019 09:17

Amber G. it looks like in your country, free speech is not so free anymore.

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Postby arshyam » 22 Nov 2019 09:24

^^ Land of the free, home of the brave. No doubt about it :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Postby Sachin » 22 Nov 2019 10:09

Zulfikar Majid of Deccan Herald reports as below (suppressing the agony of seeing Cash-more becoming normalised).
J&K: Confusion prevails as life limps back to normalcy
For Showkat Ahmed, a grocery store owner in a prominent marketplace in Srinagar, November has finally brought “some signs of good business.” With the shutdown shrinking in Kashmir with each passing day, now his shop remains open from morning till 3 pm when the shutters suddenly roll down and market goes off for the day. {Yeah, when winter sets in who would open shops till mid night?}
....
Call it fate of coincidence, soon after Girish Chandra Murmu was sworn in as the Lieutenant Governor of union territory (UT) of Jammu and Kashmir on October 31, much to the surprise of many, life started getting back to normal in the militancy infested region, with the three months of shutdown, fading away fast. {Okay, so GC Marmu's appointment was quite appropriate one. Thanks!} 8)
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A Kashmir University student on the condition of anonymity said return of normalcy is “only optics.” “It’s only a lull before the storm because had it been normalcy our university would have opened for class work, but the reality that government is apprehensive of letting students assemble,” he told DH. {Has to say that without revealing identity, so that past "stone throwing" experience does not get known} :evil:
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The enforcement has been no strict that public assemblages were even not allowed for religious events like Bakr-Eid and the recent birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in the Muslim dominated region. {Standard whine. We are cash-more minded minority community onlee..} :rotfl:
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The separatist leaders on the other hand have been maintaining silence. Interestingly, while the former CMs are behind that bars, Kashmir’s head priest and senior separatist leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has been living at his cozy villa on the banks of Dal lake. { :twisted: Time to inform the Pakis about this chap. Is he a double agent?}


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Postby A_Gupta » 22 Nov 2019 11:24

Answer every question raised on restrictions imposed in Kashmir: SC to J&K administration - India News https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/s ... 2019-11-21

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Postby A_Gupta » 22 Nov 2019 16:18

Amit Baruah in the Hindu
https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/ ... 938507.ece

In one stroke, the BJP government decimated the pro-India constituency in Kashmir in early August when it ended, through the parliamentary route, Jammu and Kashmir’s special status.

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Postby Pratyush » 22 Nov 2019 16:33

A_Gupta wrote:Amit Baruah in the Hindu
https://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/ ... 938507.ece

In one stroke, the BJP government decimated the pro-India constituency in Kashmir in early August when it ended, through the parliamentary route, Jammu and Kashmir’s special status.



If this constituency was so fragile and weak then it wasn't really on our side.

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Postby A_Gupta » 22 Nov 2019 16:43

What does “on our side” mean? Is Shiv Sena “on our side”?

Is Leh “on our side”?

Ladakh environmentalist and Magsaysay award winner Sonam Wangchuk, said that Ladakhis were beginning to compare their treatment by India to that of Tibetans in China.

Ladakh environmentalist and Magsaysay award winner Sonam Wangchuk has raised fears about a separatist movement rearing its head in the newly created Union Territory if its people’s concerns about their identity and environment are not addressed.

The Leh engineer said that Ladakhis were beginning to compare their treatment by India to that of Tibetans in China.


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Re: J&K Union Territory-2019

Postby Kashi » 22 Nov 2019 17:03

A_Gupta wrote:What does “on our side” mean? Is Shiv Sena “on our side”?


It means it is/was like the mythical Yeti. Supposedly powerful, yet nary a squeak.

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Re: J&K Union Territory-2019

Postby ArjunPandit » 22 Nov 2019 17:25

does rashida taleb know where exactly kashmir is in world map? then why the hell is she retweeting some random pakistani for his struggle for kashmiri..well the answer is ....

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Re: J&K Union Territory-2019

Postby UlanBatori » 22 Nov 2019 23:38

CJJ&K condoms delay in disposing of cases; adjourns court and goes back to (zzzzzzzzzzzzzz never mind)
Weekly progress reports sought from all PD&SJ
*Issues fresh directions to Judicial Officers of both UTs

Mohinder Verma

JAMMU, Nov 21: Chief Justice of common High Court for the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Union Territory of Ladakh Justice Gita Mittal today conveyed her displeasure over delay in the disposal of old cases to the Judicial Officers and asked them to leave no stone unturned to ensure justice as expeditiously as possible. Moreover, she has explicitly told the Principal District and Sessions Judges that they shall be held personally responsible if the situation fails to improve considerably in next few months. {ooooo! "Sure I have been called "RESPONSIBLE". Every time something went wrong, my previous boss told me I was "Responsible!"}
Reliable sources in the Jammu wing of the High Court told EXCELSIOR that Chief Justice Gita Mittal and first Puisne Judge Justice Rajesh Bindal held meeting with all the Judicial Officers of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Union Territory of Ladakh through video-conference :roll: especially on the pendency of old cases.
Registrar General High Court, Principal Secretary to the Chief Justice, Registrar Judicial, Registrar Rules, Registrar Inspection and Director State Judicial Academy were also present in the video-conference.
She conveyed her displeasure over inordinate delay in disposal of civil as well as criminal cases, which are pending for the past more than 10 years, {Oh! THAT new!!} to all the Judicial Officers and dubbed the situation as ‘alarming’, sources said, adding the concern of Justice Gita Mittal was genuine as ever since she took over as Chief Justice of J&K High Court numerous instructions were issued to the Judicial Officers through formal circulars about expeditious disposal of 20 years old, 10 years old and 5 years old cases.
It is pertinent to mention here that Supreme Court has a number of times issued directions to the High Courts across the country for prompt disposal of such cases as delay amounts to denying justice to the parties and erodes faith of the common masses on the judiciary. :rotfl:
Not only instructions through formal circulars issued by the Registrar General of the J&K High Court even Action Plans were formulated from time to time and forwarded to the Principal District and Sessions Judges for onward submission to the Judicial Officers in their respective jurisdictions for strict compliance. Even mechanism for meeting targets fixed in the Action Plans was shared with them but the situation has not improved up to the desired level, sources said.
Making it clear that further slackness would not be tolerated, the Chief Justice, as per the sources, issued directions for prompt disposal of those cases which are pending during the past over 10 years by conducting trial on day-to-day basis. She explicitly told the Principal District and Sessions Judges to personally monitor progress in such cases and furnish weekly reports failing which they shall be held responsible.
She has asked for according utmost priority to those criminal cases in which accused are in custody for the past quite long time. “Prolonged custody of accused due to inordinate delay in disposal of such cases amounts to violation of their fundamental rights”, sources said quoting Chief Justice’s observation.
Justice Mittal has also asked all the Judicial Officers to burn mid-night oil to study such cases in advance and to ensure prompt disposal on the dates of hearing. “The Chief Justice’s directions and instructions are aimed at ensuring speedy justice and will go a long way in strengthening the faith of the common masses on the judiciary”, sources said.
Pointing towards the disposal of 35 years old murder case by Principal District and Sessions Judge Baramulla few days back, the Chief Justice, as per the sources, asked all the Judicial Officers to adopt similar approach in all the civil and criminal cases pending for the past over 10 years.
{What did Hizzoner do? Shoot them all?}
It was shared with the Judicial Officers that out of 10 cases, which were pending for the past over 20 years in Baramulla, eight have already been disposed off and remaining two will be settled in shortest possible time.
According to the sources, some Judicial Officers attributed delay in disposal of cases to the frequent strikes by the lawyers and seeking of repeated adjournments by them. “For prompt disposal of cases lawyers’ cooperation is essential”, sources said quoting the point raised by some Judicial Officers.


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