Srinagar: Restrictions in eight police stations after killing of top terrorist Mugees Ahmad Mir
Kashmir: After the killing of a top commander of Al-Qaeda Ansar Gazwat-ul-Hind Mugees Ahmad Mir, restrictions have been imposed in the valley on Saturday.
J&K government has also demanded the shutting down of schools and colleges today for the safety as a precautionary measure. But, the school board test will take place on plan as authorities have taken decision to think roll number slips as restriction surpass.
Authorities have enforced curfew in the eight police stations including Pairmpora, Rainawar, Safa Kadal, Nowhatta, Khanyar and MR Gunj of Srinagar.
On Friday, anxiety raised on Friday following security forces attacked the top commander of Zakid Musa led Al Qaeda connected Ansar Gazwat-ul-Hind in a gunshot at Zakura in Srinagar.
Other terrorist was attacked alive whereas Mugees had rushed in spite of being wounded in the gunshot. He witnessed injuries during the attack.
A native of Parimpora in Srinagar border, Mugees became part of Tehreek-ul-Mujahideen in year 2016 ahead of changing sides to Zakir Musa headed Ansar Gazwat-ul-Hind.
Director General of Police SP Vaid asserted the attack of Mugees is a big victory for the armed forces. “Yes it is a big success for the security forces”, he stated.
On Friday evening, Mugees’s dead body was sent to his home in Parimpora in Srinagar. Moreover, it was was enfolded in black ISIS flag with Kalima adorned on it.
6.9 magnitude earthquake hits Tibet near India-China border
An earthquake of magnitude 6.9 hit Tibet in southern China on Saturday morning. As per China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC), the strength of earthquake was noted down to be 6.9.
But, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) stated that the earthquake was of magnitude 6.4.
The earthquake’s epicenter was near to the India-China border and was over 150 kilometers away from China.
The reports hasn’t disclose about the casualties in the incident. The earthquake strikes Tibet on Saturday in China that has less number of people.
Another earthquake of magnitude-5 hit the region at 8:31 am on Saturday at a intensity of about 6 km.
As per USGS, the focal point of earthquake was at a depth of 200 kms away from Pasighat.
Padmavati’s release might be shifted as CBFC sent back application
Mumbai: The CBFC has return Sanjay Leela Bhansali- directed film “Padmavati” to the filmmakers as the plea for the certification was “imperfect”.
The film has been witnessing protest from Rajput groups in various parts of India as they are believing that historical facts in the film are being showed in the wrong manner. On Friday, the protestors strongly opposed the film in the famous Chittorgarh fort of Rajasthan, after which the fort was locked.
“The movie was given for certification to CBFC last week. We assessed the documents, as we usually do. It was directed to the makers that their request was imperfect. They had to check and send it back, we will analyze it when it comes back to us,” a source stated.
The source hasn’t disclosed about the “deficit in the plea” owing to which it was sent back to the filmmakers for modification.
The reports are doing round film Padmavati release date might shift to January 12 next year.
“Padmavati film features Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in the lead roles.
After the CBFC’s decision, several actors from the bollywood industry articulated their views over the matter. On Friday, Actress Shabana Azmi raised questions over the CBFC for returning back the plea for “Padmavati”.
“#Padmavatis application to CBFC has been sent back bcoz of incomplete formalities! Really? Or to keep fires stoked for electoral gains?,” she wrote.
Karbonn launches A1 Indian and A41 Power smartphone, Priced Under Rs 2,000
Karbonn has unveiled A1 Indian and A41 Power in Indian markets in partnership with Telecom Company Airtel. The cellphones comes with 4G VoLTE, and involves price tag under Rs 2,000.
To buy these handsets, the user has to submit Rs. 3,299 and Rs. 3,349 for the A1 Indian and A41 Power handsets. It has a compulsory 36-month lockdown period. The customer has to do recharges of Rs 169 every month. Under this offer, the user will get unlimited calling and 500 MB 4G data every day for 28 days. After 18 months, the customer will receive a cash refund of Rs 500 and other Rs 1000 following 36 months.
Talking about the specifications of Karbonn A1, the handset comes with dual-SIM slot, it involves 4-inch touchscreen display that comes with pixel resolution of 800 x 480. The handset is powered by Mediatek 6737 chipset. It is powered by quad-core processor clocked at 1.1 GHz and involves 1 GB RAM, 8 GB of internal storage that can be expandable to up to 32 GB using microSD card slot. It has 3.2-megapixel rear camera that comes with LED flash. On the front, it involves 2-megapixel shooter camera to take selfies. Other connectivity options involve Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio. It includes 1500 mAh battery.
On the other hand, Karbonn A41 Power is powered by strong quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz and involves 2300 mAh battery. The handset has 2-megapixel rear camera that comes with LED flash and on the front involves 0.3-megapixel camera to take selfies.
China Open: World No. 89 Gao Fangjie beats Indian Shuttler PV Sindhu
China: Indian Shuttler PV Sindhu lost the game against Chinese opponent Gao Fangjie in the straight set in China Open Super Series tournament that took place on Friday.
Second-seeded Sindhu stunned by world no. 89 Fangjie and lost the game by 11-21, 10-21.
The match began with a head on clash between the duos but Chinese player Fangjie later took lead against PV Sindhu despite of lot of struggle.
In the first game, Fangjie clinched 11-8 and later scored 21-11 later by triumphing successive points against Sindhu.
In the second match, Fangjie took a lead of 7-1 against Indian shuttler.
PV Sindhu, 22 couldn’t able to confront with Fangjie’s rapidity and looked pretty tired on the court.
Fangjie displayed no compassion over the exhausted Indian and triumph the cruel game 21-9.
22 yr- old PV Sindhu was the alone Indian survivor in China Open as Olympic bronze-medallist Saina Nehwal eliminated from the tournament as World No 4 Akane Yamaguchi beat her.
HS Prannoy, who clinched the national title last week, also lost the game against Hong Kong’s Lee Cheuk Yiu.