Bosnia to bid farewell to 19 more victims of Srebrenica genocide

BELGRADE, Serbiao: Bosnia and Herzegovina has finalized arrangements to bid farewell to 19 more identified victims of the Srebrenica genocide at the 26th anniversary of Europe’s worst genocide since World War II. Every year on July 11, newly identified victims of the genocide – which claimed the lives of over 8,000 people – are buried in a memorial cemetery in Potocari, eastern Bosnia. Thousands of visitors from various countries will attend the funeral service and burials. After this year’s funeral, the number of burials in the cemetery will rise to…

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Taliban claim capture of 5 more districts in Afghanistan

KABUL,Afghanistanh: The Taliban on Saturday claimed to have captured five more districts in northern Afghanistan, while Afghan forces said they killed 228 insurgents in the past 24 hours. Amid ensuing violence nationwide, the Taliban said in a statement that their insurgents had captured the districts of Warduj, Tashkaan, Tagab, Yaftal Payen and Kishm in Badakhshan province bordering Tajikistan. With no comment from security officials on the claim, the local administration in the province announced that special military units had arrived to push back the advancing insurgents. Spokesman Nek Mohammad, told…

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Punjab power crisis: ‘supplying minimum 8 hour power daily to Punjab farmers’

Chandigarh: Facing statewide protests and criticism from the opposition parties, the Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd (PSPCL) on Sunday said it is ensuring uninterrupted eight hours of electricity supply to farmers daily for paddy sowing even amidst unprecedented demand hike across the domestic sector. PSPCL Chairman and Managing Director A. Venu Prasad said that the topmost priority for the department is to fulfil the requirements of agriculture sector in view of ongoing paddy operations across the state. Citing data of electricity time supplied to agriculture operations on Saturday, he said average supply…

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Assam’s Shaeema earns accolade for research in Quantum Physics

Guwahati: Shaeema Zaman Ahmed, the youngster from Guwahati -Assam, brought laurels to the State and India for her visionary work on quantum physics research, for which she was awarded the PhD from Aarhus University, in Denmark, on June 28, 2021. After her earlier schooling at Maria’s Public School, Guwahati, and her Masters in Physics from Delhi University, Shaeema was at the forefront of science outreach and astronomy education with Zlife Education in New Delhi. Thereafter, she was offered a Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD fellowship at Aarhus University,Denmark, and was part of…

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Video: Jamia shooter Ram Bhakt calls for killing of Muslims at mahapanchayat in Haryana

New Delhi:  Ram Bhakt Gopal, who fired gunshots and injured a student, Shadab, during an anti-CAA protest outside Jamia Millia Islamia in 2020, was seen at a mahapanchayat held in Haryana’s Pataudi village today. In a video that has emerged on social media, Ram Bhakt can be seen glorifying his act of shooting at Jamia. ”When Ram Bhakt can go to Jamia, 100 kilometres away, to support the CAA then Pataudi is not very far away.” ”When mulle [derogatory term used for Muslims] will be killed we will shout Ram,…

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