Monday, July 13, 2020

Husband caught red-handed in car with another woman

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Now China will retaliate against its arch-rival Australia in this way

Canberra, Monday 13 July 2020

Tensions between Australia and China have reached a tipping point, with China now occupying Australian waters, taking advantage of the country's lax laws to buy a large Australian watershed by a Chinese state-owned company.

The country is plagued by water shortages, and if China takes any action, the people of the continent could face difficulties.

Unibel of Kofco Corporation, a Chinese state-owned company, owns 756 gigaliters of water in the South Wales area, according to a water entitlement report.

Which is 1.9 per cent of Australia’s water business, the second largest partner country is the US, and it owns 713 gigalters, which is 1.85 per cent of the total business.

Foreign companies own 10.5 per cent of Australia's water. Unibel of the Chinese Communist Party-owned Kofco Corporation bought the water in the Murray Darling Basin of Australia's South Wales Glider River system.

Australia allowed foreign companies to buy the country's water resources in 2014, which the Chinese company took advantage of to buy water in this special area of ​​Australia.

The Australian government does not pay much attention to the sale and purchase of water, and does not even ask these foreign companies why, which has raised concerns among many Australian environmentalists.

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Now a strange disease has occurred in pigs in China, this disease is also virally infected

Beijing, Monday 13 July 2020

During the Corona epidemic in China, a different type of disease is now being seen in chickens, with pigs dying of Foot-Mouth Disease in Guangdong Province, Zhejiang, on Monday, while 9 out of 131 pigs have died due to the infection.

According to the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, foot-and-mouth disease is a highly contagious viral disease.

The disease does not cause the death of most of the animals but the dairy milking cows give less milk or stop giving milk. The disease occurs in animals such as cows, buffaloes, sheep-goats and pigs.

The disease causes fever in animals, sick animals develop small rashes on the mouth, tongue, slowly peels the mouth, and the animal stops eating the wounds caused by the skin, the animal becomes lethargic, and the legs become numb. It often falls down and later the animals that die there die.

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Know, this unique initiative taken by Indian Railways to save electricity

New delhi date. 13 July 2020, Monday

Indian Railways has been working on new ideas for some time now. Meanwhile, Indian Railways has launched a unique initiative to save electricity. When the train arrives at the platform, 100% of the station lights will start on and 50% of the lights will turn off automatically on departure.

The initiative aims to reduce energy consumption and save more. This system has been started at Jabalpur, Bhopal and Narsinghpur stations of Western Railway. This information was given by the Ministry of Railways through a tweet.

Successful testing of a battery-powered engine

This is how the railways have recently built a battery-powered engine. It has also been successfully tested. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal shared a video of the engine testing on social media.

According to the railways, the engine has been built to reduce electricity and diesel consumption. Battery-powered dual mode shunting people have created 'Navdoot' in Jabalpur Mandal of West Central Railway. According to the railways, these battery-powered people will help in saving diesel as well as protecting the environment.

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Nepal's Supreme Court question: "Isn't India a foreign country for Nepali workers?"

Kathmandu, Ta. 13 July 2020, Monday

Nepal's Supreme Court has sent a "show cause notice" to the Oli government for Nepalis working in India. The Supreme Court of Nepal has questioned the government on why citizens working in India are not included in the category of foreign employment and why they are considered different from citizens working in other countries of the world. In fact, a writ petition is being heard in the Supreme Court of Nepal.

Nirmal Kumar Upreti and Deepak Raj Joshi from Forum for Nation Building Nepal have filed an application questioning the status of Nepalis working in India. "The Foreign Employment Act, 2007 clearly states that every citizen, regardless of country, is a migrant worker," Upreti said. But Nepalis working or working in India were never employed abroad. The government has no record of citizens working in India.

According to a report, there are about 30 to 40 lakh Nepalis working in India. According to the petitioner, most of the citizens working abroad are in India as the borders of the two countries are open to each other. Nepalis have to apply for a labor permit to work in a third country while no such permit is required to work in India. Because of this they cannot even take facilities like insurance before migration.

Before going abroad, any worker in Nepal has to contribute to the Migrant Workers Welfare Fund and buy insurance. The Government of Nepal provides financial assistance to those who die, get injured or become seriously ill abroad, but no such rule applies in the case of India. Nepalis have been working in India for almost two centuries. In 1815, the East India Company recruited Nepalese Gorkhas into the army and even today there are Gorkhas in the Indian Army.

In 1950, Nepal and India signed a peace and friendship treaty under which the people of Nepal and India can easily enjoy freedom of movement within each other's borders. This kind of exemption has made it easier for Nepalis to get employment in India. During the last financial year, Nepal received Rs 128.5 billion in remittances from India (Nepalese working in India who send money home). This is the highest number of remittances Nepal receives from any country.

However, according to petitioner Upreti, the treaty of friendship allows people of both the countries to cross the border without any kind of passport, but still India is a foreign country. For this reason, citizens going to work in India must also be included in foreign employment. He further said that the government of Nepal uses remittances from India but does not consider the people living there as migrant workers. Sadly, the Nepalese Embassy in India does not even have a Labor Department.

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World's first corona vaccine clinic trial completed, all tests claimed to be successful

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Google to invest Rs 75,000 crore in India, CEO Sundar Pichai has announced

New delhi date. 13 July 2020, Monday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today held talks with Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google of Indian origin. Following the conversation, Sundar Pichai announced an investment of Rs 75,000 crore in India.

Pichai said. Today, I am thrilled to announce 'Google for India Digitization Fund'. Under this initiative, we will invest ભારતમાં 10 billion, or Rs 75,000 crore, in India over the next five to seven years.

"Our investment will focus on four key areas of India's digitalisation," he said. In it we will make affordable access and information available to every Indian in his language. This includes building new products and services as per India's needs, empowering entrepreneurs for digital transformation and leveraging artificial intelligence and technology for social good in areas such as health, education and agriculture.

Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Modi tweeted that he had a conversation with Sundar Pichai. We talked on many topics. In particular, he talked about changing the lives of Indian farmers, youth and entrepreneurs through technology.

The Prime Minister further said that Sundar Pichai and I talked about the new work culture emerging in Corona's time. We also discussed the challenges that the global epidemic has brought to the field of sports. We also talked about the importance of data security and cyber security.

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