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मोदीभापे !विभाजनविभिषिका पीड़ित का ना कोई सहाय

#मोदीभापे !



विभाजनविभिषिका पीड़ित का  ना कोई  सहाय

सावन में अंगूठा दिखाया,भादों में आंख दिखाएं

सुबह होने से पहले ही यादों की बारात दिखती है

मोबाइल के जरिये आपसे पहली फ़रयाद होती है

#MoHA 35/33/2020/R& SO






मोदीभापे! वफादारी की पुरानी आदत हम पीड़ितों की कहीं छूट ना जाये

तुम्हारे आने पर भी हमे इंसाफ तक मिलता दिखाई नही देता
हमारे दिल जल रहे हैं ,तुम्हारा दावा है कि समुंदर लुटा दिए
कोरोना पीड़ितों को मुआवजा नही,नॉकरियों को बाध्य नही
मुल्क के अवाम में नही रही अब पहले वाली सी मासूमियत
वफादारी की पुरानी आदत हमपीड़ितों की कहीं छूट ना जाये
#कम्पेनसशन/#रिहैबिलिटेशन/#अलॉटमेंट क्लेम

SGPC Urges UN to Declare 2021 as Int’l Human Rights yr

(Asr,Pb) SGPC Urges UN to Declare 2021 as Int’l Human Rights yr
The SGPC has asked the centre to repeal the recent farm laws, in a set of resolutions that also urges the UN to declare 2021, the 400th birth anniversary year of Guru Tegh Bahadur, as the International Human Rights Year .
The resolutions were moved by Bibi Jagir Kaur, chief of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, an apex gurdwara body, and were passed by its members.
In its resolution on the celebration of the Guru Tegh Bahadur’s birth anniversary, the SGPC also asked the Centre to establish a unique monument of the ninth Guru on the lines of ‘Virasat-e-Khalsa’ at Sri Anandpur Sahib, dedicating it to his 400th birth anniversary.
The resolution also demanded large scale development of all historic sites related to Guru Tegh Bahadur, including his birthplace Gurdwara Guru Ke Mahal in Amritsar and Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib, the shrine built in Delhi to commemorate his martyrdom.
The day of martyrdom of the ninth Guru should be celebrated as ‘Religious Tolerance Day’ and the Centre should make the holy ‘baani’ (Gurbani writings) of the ninth Guru available in libraries all over the world by translating them into major languages of the world, the resolution said.
All these works should be done under the supervision of the SGPC, it added.
The resolution also asked the Centre and the state governments to declare the SGPC as the nodal body for the fourth birth centenary celebrations of the ninth Guru, to be held at home and abroad.
Apart from this, the road from Agra, the place of the arrest of the ninth Guru, to his martyrdom site at Delhi, should be declared as ‘Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Marg’ and from Delhi to Sri Anandpur Sahib as ‘Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib Sis Marg’, as his holy ‘Sis’ (head) was carried on this route after the martyrdom, the resolution said.
A resolution was also passed for the reopening of the Kartarpur corridor.
The resolution on the farm laws also condemned the death of a youth Navreet Singh during the farmer tractor rally in Delhi on January 26 and demanding an impartial inquiry into the matter.
The resolution also demanded immediate release of youths and farmers apprehended during the tractor rally and withdrawal of criminal cases lodged against them.
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200,000 Zimbabweans Affected by Floods+Cyclone

[Delhi,Geneva]200,000 Zimbabweans Affected by Floods+Cyclone
The number of people in Zimbabwe affected by a devastating cyclone and flooding has jumped to 200,000
The initial estimate of those hit in Zimbabwe was 15,000 but World Food Programme (WFP) spokesman Herve Verhoosel told reporters in Geneva that the numbers had surged following an overnight assessment.
Five days after tropical cyclone Idai cut a swathe through Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, the full extent of the devastation is not yet clear.
In hardest-hit Mozambique, an estimated 400,000 people have been displaced, according to the UN.

India Recognises UN Restrictions not Repeat not USA

[New Delhi] India Recognises UN Restrictions not Repeat Not USA :Iran
India today said it will continue trading with Iran and Venezuela despite US sanctions
“We only recognise UN sanctions. We do not recognise any country-specific sanctions,” External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said at a press conference.
She made the remarks while responding to a question on whether US sanctions against Iran and Venezuela will hit India’s oil imports from the two countries.
The external affairs minister also said that India does not make foreign policy under any pressure from any country.
Earlier this month, the US had pulled out from the landmark Iran nuclear deal of 2015 under which Tehran had agreed to stop its sensitive nuclear activities in return for the lifting of crippling economic sanctions.
Announcing the decision, President Donald Trump had reimposed sanctions against Iran which were suspended after the nuclear deal was finalised three years back.
The US had also announced tightening sanctions against Venezuela following re-election of President Nicolas Maduro.
Iran is India’s third largest oil supplier. Venezuela is also one of the major suppliers of oil to India.
Swaraj also ruled out using cryptocurrency in oil trade with Venezuela saying the Reserve Bank of India had banned it.
Hours before she held a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif
China, Russia and several European nations have been trying to salvage the deal.
Iran had struck the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA) with the US, the UK, Russia, China, France and Germany after years of negotiations.

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PM Of India Greets World,on UN’s 1st International Day of Yoga

[New Delhi]PM Of India Greets World,on U N’s 1st International Day of Yoga And Appealed To Pledge to Make Yoga an Integral Part of Daily Lives
PM Of India Greets the People Around the World, on 1st #InternationalDayofYoga
The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has greeted the people around the world, on 1st International Day of Yoga.
Shri Modi Said
Greetings to people around the world on 1st International Day of Yoga!
Lets pledge to make Yoga an integral part of our daily lives
Prime Minister Of India said,In some parts of the world, the 1st rays of the sun have already been welcomed by people practicing Yoga.This will continue across the world”,
Earlier PM urged everyone to be a part of the first International Yoga Day celebrations

After International Yoga Day Now Yoga To Be Incorporated into Universal Healthcare

After International Yoga Day Now Yoga To Be Incorporated into Universal Healthcare
After Declaring International Yog Day By UN Now WHO to incorporate yoga into universal healthcare
The World Health Organisation is closely working with centres in India and across the world to support the unique knowledge of yoga with scientific evidence and incorporate it into universal healthcare approaches
WHO is working closely with collaborating centres in India and across the world to bring this “unique knowledge” and to support it with scientific evidence to incorporate and standardise some of the practices of yoga.
WHO is also looking to bring yoga into education of medical practitioners since it is a challenge to standardise yoga practice.
Addressing the press briefing, India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Asoke Mukerji said by commemorating the Yoga Day globally, India hopes that through the “popularisation of yoga we will be able to tackle some of the biggest challenges that we face as mankind including in the area of global health.”
He said an estimated two billion people across 192 nations would have participated in commemorating the first International Day of Yoga by the end of June 21.

Hello ITU ,a Very Happy Birthday!

[New Delhi]Hello ITU ,We wish you a very Happy Birthday!” Your Devotion, For Making The World a Global Village, has left a deep World Wide impact on International society”
International Telecommunication Union[ITU] was formed on 17 May 1865 at the International Telegraph Convention.There are 193 member states of the ITU, which includes 192 UN member states (all except Palau) and Vatican City
ITU became a United Nations specialized agency in 1947.I T U is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) that is responsible for issues that concern information and communication technologies
It is based in Geneva, Switzerland, is a member of the United Nations Development Group it is an intergovernmental public-private partnership organization since its inception. Its membership includes 193 Member States and around 700 public and private sector companies as well as international and regional telecommunication entities, known as Sector Members and Associates, which undertake most of the work of each Sector

Use Present Unique Opportunity& Position India in a Leading Role:PM To Diplomats

[New Delhi] Use Present Unique Opportunity& PositionIndia in a Leading Role:PM To DiplomatsPrime Minister Sh Narendra Modi today inaugurated 4 Dayer conference of over 110 Heads of Indian Missions and paid homage to those officials who sacrificed their lives while serving the country abroad.
The Prime Minister, in his address after inaugurating the four-day conference, spelt the ways in which the diplomats can contribute to the country’s development.
With the theme ‘Diplomacy for Development’, the meet will brainstorm the projection of India abroad and perennials of foreign policy
P M, Shri Modi, said that the present global environment represents a rare opportunity, when the world is keen to embrace India, and India is moving forward with confidence.
Addressing Heads of Indian Missions from across the world, the Prime Minister urged them to use this unique opportunity to help India position itself in a leading role, rather than just a balancing force, globally. Urging them to shed old mindsets, the Prime Minister said they should be quick to adapt to changing global situations.
Emphasizing the role of “Heads of Missions” in projecting India to the world, the Prime Minister described them as “shining vibrant representatives” (tejasvi, jeevant anshpunj) of India’s glorious heritage. He urged them to work ceaselessly and with a clear mind, on India’s development priorities, and to advance India’s interests abroad.
Speaking of conflicts in the twenty-first century, the Prime Minister said there were new “actors” and new “threats” to global peace and prosperity, and added that India, which always stood for “Vishva-Bandhutva” and peace – the brotherhood of the world – had a great responsibility in helping the world counter these challenges to peace.
On the challenge of climate change, the Prime Minister said protecting the environment is part of India’s cultural heritage, and therefore, India must take the lead in countering this challenge, and also work towards a change in global attitudes towards the challenges of climate change. He said Indian culture was replete with illustrations which indicated “prakriti-prem” – “love for nature.”
The Prime Minister credited the Indian diplomatic community for their success in the International Day of Yoga being adopted by the United Nations in record time, with a record number of co-sponsors.
He said Yoga should be projected as a possible solution to common everyday problems of people across the world, including stress management.
The Prime Minister said the NITI Aayog has recognized the Indian diaspora as a great strength of our nation, and Heads of Missions must come up with innovative ways, in which to positively build upon this strength.
The Prime Minister called for preparing a compendium of best practices of Missions across the world, and spreading them horizontally.
The Union Minister for External Affairs Smt. Sushma Swaraj, the MoS for External Affairs Gen[retd] V.K Singh, and the Foreign Secretary, S. Jaishankar, were present on the occasion.
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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi Paying homage to the commemorating officers who laid down their lives in national service at Heads of Missions Conference, in New Delhi on February 07, 2015.
The Union Minister for External Affairs and Overseas Indian Affairs, Smt. Sushma Swaraj is also seen.

21st June Will Be International Day of Yoga

International Day of Yoga’ Will Be Observed On 21st June .Indian P M expresses joy on This Declaration From United Nations 177 countries have supported Earlier Call Of Indian PM In UNGA
Prime Minister Of India Narendra modi expressed joy on UN declaring 21st June as ‘International Day of Yoga’
Prime Minister Shri Modi has welcomed the UN decision of declaring 21st June as ‘International Day of Yoga’
“Elated! Have no words to describe my joy on the UN declaring 21st June as ‘International Day of Yoga.’ I fully welcome the decision.
I profusely thank all 177 Nations across the world who co-sponsored the resolution to declare 21st June as ‘International Day of Yoga.Countless people across the world made Yoga an integral part of their lives.Congrats to them!This will inspire many more people towards Yoga.
The PM Said Yoga has the power to bring the entire humankind together! It beautifully combines Gyan (knowledge), Karm (work) and Bhakti (devotion)”