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State governments in Punjab, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Jammu & Kashmir are also on high alert and have come up with contingency plans to ensure the security of residents in border districts in case of a war.
After the Indian Air Force’s strike on terrorist camps on Tuesday, important industrial locations, especially those in states bordering Pakistan, are preparing against any war-like emergency.
Indian industries are well equipped with safety measures, including safety shutdown that will bring operations to a halt in case of any emergency. In addition, there are advanced technologies for any cyber attacks targeted at India’s industrial facilities, that a separate cyber shield that protects the entire system.
All the airports are being put on ‘level two’ security alerts.
The Pakistani military’s statements indicate that it’s under heavy pressure to act, with a spokesperson saying that India must “wait for our response” and that it would come at a “point and time of our choosing.”
The air force and the army’s aviation unit have been put on alert for a possible cross-border strike — low-flying helicopters and slow-moving transport planes along the Line of Control can be easy targets for Pakistani troops equipped with shoulder-launched air defence missiles as well as medium-range missile units.
“We in New Zealand will him Nothing, not even his name”: Nothing is more powerful than the words of Jacinda Ardern
Victory of a leader cannot be defined more than this. The words of Jacinda Ardern at parliament show her victory over the notorious terrorist.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern scored a powerful victory against terror simply by refusing to say the Christchurch attacker’s name.
In a speech before parliament on Tuesday (Mar. 19), she said she would never speak the name of the 28-year-old Australian man charged with opening fire at a two mosques and killing 50 people last week. She asked others to follow her example.
“We, in New Zealand, will give him nothing. Not even his name,” Ardern added.
When terrorists strike, the immediate damage—deaths, injuries, destruction—isn’t their ultimate goal. Their intent is far more ambitious, though intangible: They seek to cause terror, and for that, they need visibility.
Visibility supports the spread of terror. It makes terrorists look more important and powerful than they are, and provides a platform to their messages. It also encourages copycats to to embrace the same murderous ideals and seek similar exposure.
Few had heard of Al Qaeda, or Osama Bin Laden, before Sept. 11, 2001. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who with his brother set up the bombs that hit the Boston marathon in 2013, would have hardly had a fan following, let alone a Rolling Stone cover, before his attack. Anders Breivik, the Norwegian terrorist who in 2011 killed nearly 80 people, wouldn’t’ have become an inspiration for a generation of white supremacist terrorists—including the attacker of the Christchurch mosques—without the notoriety his heinous action generated.
“He is a terrorist, he is a criminal, he is an extremist.
But he will, when I speak, be nameless.”
“He may have sought notoriety, but we in New Zealand will give him nothing.
Not even his name,”
First time ever.. A Park opens for disabled in Kozhikode
A park for disabled. At last a park opened for disabled children in Kerala for the first time.
After Chennai, the Kozhikode Municipal Corporation in Kerala has opened an exclusive park for disabled children at the Mananchira Square in the city. The park has been built at the popular Ansari Literary Park in partnership with ESAF as part of the United Nations Habitat for the city corporation. It has got big thumbs up from members of the disabled community, activists and NGOs.
Prajith Jaipal, a disability rights activist in Kozhikode, who recently visited the United States to attend an accessibility expo, says this is a major step towards inclusion.
Merry go rounds, swings, seesaws and play houses for disabled children and a sensory wall for children who are visually impaired are some of the major attractions at the park.
Many parents have welcomed the move. , mother to a teenager with muscular dystrophy, says her son suffered due to lack of access to such parks as a child.
“When my son was a child, we used to take him to parks but he never got the chance to get onto anything because they were not accessible. So he used to sit in the car outside the parks and watch other kids play. I knew that he longed to go there and play along with them. He has been on a wheelchair since the last few years and even now we take him to check out parks once in a while. This is a great step to inclusion”, says Kumari.
Rs eight lakh has been spent on the equipment here and children can visit from morning till 7 pm. With summer vacations round the corner, disabled children can have a novel experience playing and indulging with peers at this new park at Kozhikode.
‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ caller tunes to connect with mass by BJP
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), in a bid to amplify its poll campaign, is now looking at reaching out to the masses with the ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ caller tune ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. As part of the move, subscribers of various mobile networks will now be able to access and download the caller tune.
‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ was launched on Saturday by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A day after the launch of the campaign, the Prime Minister, as well as a number of BJP leaders across the country, added the prefix ‘chowkidar’ to their Twitter handles as a mark of support to the poll campaign.
In the run-up to the Lok Sabha polls, Prime Minister Modi will address over 25 lakh ‘chowkidars’ (security guards) from across the country today via audio conference. He is also slated to address security guards from 500 locations who are associated with the ‘Main Bhi Chowkidar’ campaign, on March 31.
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