Thursday, July 6, 2017


Bienvenue en France 2017
Pre-Departure Orientation Session and Scholarship Award Ceremony in New Delhi.
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A full session was organised for the orientation of students to study France  under their scheme  of Bienvenue en France 2017,  Embassy of France In New Delhi India on Wednesday  5th July 2017 organised ornamentation for Indian students . In this orientation session more than six speaker spoke on the subjects of documentation from Visa to accommodation with ID proofs in details for three hours.
Thereafter hour long question answer  session  was also organised in which students nearly 250 present in big hall contributed to their trifles and matters of lodging travelling which were explained by the experts in very persuasive manner.
The entire students orientation programme was under the presence of the Consular who spent the whole session in the surveillance, managing  his experts and students in patronizing the family  member watch in which the parents of the students were present. They were watching their dear ones leaving under the stewardship of very responsible and methodical peoples and experts in their fields.
The parents thus expressed sigh of relief of their kith and kin undergoing rigorous orientation before departure to France to study.
 Ambassador of France in New Delhi gave scholarship to the forty students.
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Preliminary Earthquake Report
  • 6 Jul 2017 08:03:58 UTC
  • 6 Jul 2017 16:03:58 near epicenter
  • 6 Jul 2017 12:03:58 standard time in your timezone
Location11.114N 124.633E
Depth6 km
  • 3.2 km (2.0 mi) NNE of Masarayao, Philippines
  • 12.3 km (7.6 mi) NNE of Ormoc, Philippines
  • 21.0 km (13.0 mi) SSW of Carigara, Philippines
  • 28.1 km (17.4 mi) ENE of Palompon, Philippines
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Dear Sagar Media Inc,
Actress Swara Bhaskar writes, “Every time I read about a new case of mob lynching, my head hangs in shame. I am a proud Indian and have always believed that our country’s strength lies in its diversity… as a conscientious citizen of India, cannot allow these lynchings to take place in my name.”
She adds, “mob lynching is not an issue that affects any one community. It can happen to anyone.”
Sign her petition asking Prime Minister Narendra Modi to enact a law against mob lynchings.

@narendramodi : Walk the talk, enact Manav Suraksha Kanoon (MASUKA) #MASUKA

Swara Bhaskar 
Mumbai, India
A 16-year old Junaid, died in his brother’s lap on a railway platform. He was beaten and stabbed to death by a mob, and was called a ​”beef-eater​”and ​an “anti-national” by the assailants.
Every time I read about a new case of mob lynching, my head hangs in shame. I am a proud Indian and have always believed that our country’s strength lies in its diversity and acceptance of different cultures, religions and languages.
But the recent newspaper headlines are making me feel that the social fabric of our country, the very core of our national identity is under threat. 2017 is on its way to becoming the worst-ever year for violence in the name of cow protection. 20 attacks were reported in the first six months 2017 alone.
I am an actress in the Indian Film Industry. But as a conscientious citizen of India, cannot allow these lynchings to take place in my name. I, along with thousands of young Indians, stood up against this public menace in protests that were recently held across 20 cities of the world.
We, together, said #NotInMyName, to such violence. Next day, PM Modi issued a statement condemning the killings in the name of gau raksha (cow protection). But even after that the lynching and vigilante violence has continued.
Vigilante violence often takes the form of mob lynching, harassment, assault and even gang rape!
African nationals living in India have often been attacked over various kinds of rumors. A student named Nido Taniam from Arunachal Pradesh was similarly beaten to death in my own city, Delhi, in 2014.
Muslims and Dalits who have traditionally been involved in dairy farming, cattle trade, or scavenging activities have become targets of cow vigilantes.
It is important to remember that mob lynching is not an issue that affects any one community. It can happen to anyone. Right now, mobs in Bengal are on a rampage over a Facebook post written by an 11th class student!
Recently an auto rickshaw driver named Ravindra was brutally lynched to death when he stopped a group of people from urinating in public. Ravindra was a fan of Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat campaign.
People living with mental health conditions and transgender persons often become the target of such attacks. A 42-year old woman Otera Bibi, who was reportedly suffering from mental illness, was beaten to death by a mob that suspected her of being a child lifter.
A policeman was recently lynched in J&K. On the other hand, police claims that they could not save Junaid because of the crowd, pointing to both police complicity as well as gradual disappearance of the rule of law. No civilised society can be ruled by mobs.
Lynching does not find mention in the Indian Penal Code. No particular law has been passed to deal with lynching. I believe in a violence-free India. I, therefore, appeal to the lawmakers of our Parliament to enact a strict legislation against mob lynching.
Sign my petition and demand:
1) The enactment of a Manav Suraksha Kanoon (MASUKA) in the upcoming session of the Parliament, which will:
  •  Make lynching a non-bailable offence;
  • Fix institutional accountability – suspend local police officials;
  • Prescribe strict punishment, up to life imprisonment, for those found to be involved;
  • Provide for an independent judicial enquiry
  • Provide for relief and rehabilitation (financial, psychological) of survivors and families;
  • Have provisions to curb the spread of rumors targeting an individual or community, that have an imminence of violence;
  • provide for speedy, time-bound trials;
2) The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) should start collecting data under the category of ‘Mob Lynching’, as no data records exist as of now
3) A dedicated national helpline to report vigilante violence
4) Ban on cow vigilante groups, so that violence is nipped in the bud
5) Police reforms to ensure independence of police, awareness and sensitisation among law enforcers regarding rights of individuals and ills of mob justice/vigilantism.
It’s time for PM Modi to walk his talk. The youth of this nation elected the first PM born after independence. We want him to preserve our social independence.
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