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BJP and opposition points over Ragini Dwivedi drug case

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BJP and opposition points over Ragini Dwivedi drug case  A drug case which is a heated topic of political discussion is presently everywhere over the media as it involves actress Ragini Dwivedi of Karnataka. The issue has now turned into a spat between BJP leaders and the opposition parties in Karnataka on Monday.

In a declaration, Yediyurappa said that he would no longer protect anyone related to drug cases. He said that the investigating team would clear the truth itself. “This substance abuse risk will weaken our adolescents; hence, we are not the ones who will protect anyone on this case.”

His reaction was in response to the opposition party leader and Congress minister Siddaramiah and Janata Dal (S) party member H.D Kumarswamy. They together have been accusing BJP of handling the drug case of the actress with a lax approach.

Concurring with the Chief Minister, Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai guaranteed that the police will be completely straightforward with the neighboring states concerning the subtleties involved in the movement of the case.

“Many of the accused that have been taken arrested so far have procured the drugs from the neighboring states. Consequently it has gotten mandatory to start conversing with the neighboring states for a better investigation”, he said.

Siddaramiah, in an interview, said that there is video evidence of it, and BJP leaders can wash their hands away from the truth. He further added that if there is any shred of evidence that she was involved in the drug trade, she must be punished. Siddaramiah said that he appeals to the police to do their work and probe this investigation with complete honesty.

The Chief Minister conceded that drug had been a problem before the commencement of his tenure. Be it him or his predecessors, containing substance abuse is a task at hand that no one could accomplish.

 

Sudan Floods: A rise in Nile water level threatens ancient pyramids

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Sudan Floods: A rise in Nile water level threatens ancient pyramids The official authorities in Sudan are trying to protect the country’s ancient pyramids from flooding as heavy rains have caused the River Nile to overflow. They have built the sandbag walls and are pumping out water; archaeologist Mark Maillot told a news agency.

The site that is being flooded by the Nile houses ruins that date back to 1500 BC. The floods across the country have killed nearly 100 people and made thousands of Sudanese civilians homeless.

The Nile usually floods its banks, and the farmers rely on the flooding to build fertile lands.

However, the extent of this year’s flooding is very unusual, and the overflow of water has started affecting the pyramid site now.

Authorities say that the situation is currently under control, but if the Nile’s water level continues to rise, then the incumbent measures taken may not be sufficient. The alteration in climate patterns has resulted in atypical floods and bush fires in the country.

Mr. Maillot said that the floods had never affected the site before. The UN-designated World Heritage Site at al-Bajrawiya, which was once ethnic to the ancient kingdom of Kush, is just 500 meters from the Nile. The site is home to ancient relics, pyramids, temples, palaces, and cemeteries, which testify the wealth of the Kushite state.

However, history is under threat of extinction since the Nile is posing an impending danger of obliteration and submergence. The damage caused by the floods across the country has led the government to declare a three-day emergency on Friday.

More than 50,000 people have been impinged upon by the floods. Authorities have recorded that out of 18 states, 17 of them are in looming danger. The 99 deaths accounted during the last week resulted from drowning, mudslides, and structural collapses. Residents in the capital, Khartoum, have been increasingly trying to protect their houses from floodwaters.

Realme7 Pro: features and specifications

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Realme7 Pro: features and specifications Today, Realme has launched the Realme 7 series in the Indian market. The company has launched two smartphones Realme 7 and Realme 7 pro. Apart from this series, other products are also being launched in India. Let’s talk about Realme 7 pro, this smartphone has launched with great features.

 

Realme 7 price and availability

Realme 7 Pro has been launched in India in two storage variants. The 6GB+128GB storage model of this smartphone is priced at Rs.19,999. The 8GB+128GB storage model is available at Rs 21,999. This smartphone will be available in mirror blue and mirror white variants. If we talk about its sale in the market then it will be available for sale from September 14 at noon. Customers can also buy it from the company’s official website.

Specifications of Realme 7 pro

Realme 7 Pro has a 6.4 inch Super AMOLED display whose screen resolution is 1080×2400 pixels and aspect ratio is 90.8%. Based on the operating system, this phone operates on the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor. MicroSD card system has also been given to increase the storage provided in it.

Realme 7 pro’s camera and battery

In this smartphone, you will get 4 rear cameras and a single front camera. It has a 48MP Sony IMX 682 primary sensor. This phone has an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP monochrome sensor, and a 2MP macro lens. The front camera is 32MP. It has a 3200Mah battery for power backup which comes with 65W Superdart charge fast charging technology.

 

238 days in Turkey, 3 weeks hunger strike in Iran, why lawyers are forced to protest

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238 days in Turkey, 3 weeks hunger strike in Iran, why lawyers are forced to protest Turkish lawyer EbruTimtik, who died last week due to a hunger strike for 238 days. He had just one demand from the Turkish President RecepTayyabErdogan’s government that the charges he was accused of gaining membership of a terrorist organization should be heard objectively.

In the era of the Corona crisis, the process of protests across the world has not stopped and people everywhere are seen beating their heads against the government. Last week, a female lawyer died in Turkey after a 238-day hunger strike, while another female lawyer in Iran has been on hunger strike for the last 3 weeks. After all, what is the reason that these women were forced to protest against the government.

The first thing to talk about is a Turkish lawyer EbruTimtik, who died last week in a hospital in the capital Istanbul due to a 238-day hunger strike. He had just one demand from the Turkish President RecepTayyabErdogan’s government that the charges he was accused of gaining membership of a terrorist organization be heard objectively, but the government did not pay heed to his demand and she was on hunger strike for the last 238 days and died in hospital.

30 kg weight at the time of death

Those close to EbruTimtik say that due to a prolonged hunger strike, his weight had reduced considerably and at the time of his death, he was reduced to just 30 kilograms or 65 pounds. Not only Turkey but many other countries of the world have also strongly condemned it after the struggle of female lawyer.

The situation became so serious after the death of EbruTimtik that the police had to struggle a lot to reach his body outside the Istanbul Forensic Lab. Even the police had to use tear gas. The crowd was removed through anti-ray shields.

Who is EbruTimtik

EbruTimtik was a member of the Contemporary Association of lawyers, a leftist group and closely related to the Marxist Organization.EbruTimtik was detained in early September 2018. He was sentenced to 13 years and 6 months in prison, forcing him and some other lawyers to go on strike in February.

Fellow lawyer Anasal is also on strike for 215 days

The female lawyer was sent to the Silivari jail on the outskirts of Istanbul. The court appealed against the verdict, but in October last year, the appellate court upheld the prison sentence awarded to the lawyers. In protest against this decision, Timtik along with another lawyer AitakAnsal turned the strike into a fast unto death. After this, he was shifted from jail to hospital in July.

Precious stones rained from the sky, people became millionaires in this Brazilian village

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Precious stones rained from the sky, people became millionaires in this Brazilian village Often, stones from the sky or from space like this, meteorites keep falling on the earth. But there is nothing special about it that should be taken care of. Although some scientists are taken for research, some people consider them as Alien gifts in their homes and get punished.  On 19th August, meteorite fragments rained down in the Santa Filomena, a village of Brazil. People here are calling it a rain of money because people collected and kept these stones. This is not a new matter as there have been similar occurrences before as well. But this time it was different and most surprising for all. But when it comes to the matter of belief the thing turns strange.

It is believed that these meteor bodies are about 4.6 billion years old. These are very rare meteor bodies. They cost thousands of pounds. Gabriel Silva of the Chemistry Institute at Sao Paolo University said that this meteorite is probably one of the first minerals from which this solar system is made. The right solutions in every lever are there now.

The local people got information that something fell from the sky in their area which is very valuable, so they said that it is a kind of cash dropped from the sky. Edimar Costa Rodrigues also found a stone of seven centimeters. The reason was 164 grams. He earned around 97 thousand rupees by selling it.  Information about this is available everywhere now. As more and more speculations are coming forth.

People in the church were saying that God has opened this sack of money for us. A villager earned Rs 14.63 lakh by selling 2.8 kg stone. Rodrigues said that 90 percent of the population of this village is farming. There are not many shops here. To give relief to the people, it has rained skyward.

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