Principal S K Sharm

Principal S K Sharm

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According to The Times of India,the denial is not surprising as it is China’s policy to claimlarge tracts of land as part of its territory Pangong lake a bone of contention The Pangong lake area lies over 4000 metres (13000 feet) high on the Tibetan plateau This area has been a bone of contention between India and China as both claim it to be a part of their territory When the Indian side staked claim to the area during negotiations in late 1990s the Chinese army constructed a metal-top road and insisted it was part of Aksai Chin which is under the latter’s control officials said China had constructed a road up to Finger Four which falls under Siri Jap area and is five km deep into the LAC Sikkim standoff continues The latest incident comes amid anongoing disputebetween the two sides over a strategic Himalayan plateau thousands of kilometres away where hundreds of Indian and Chinese soldiers have been facing off against each other for more than two months India braces for more attacks Another report from The Times of Indiaquoted sources in the Indian defenceestablishment as saying that India is bracingfor more "shallow intrusions" or "needling probes" from by Chinain vulnerable spots along the LAC While China is unlikely to try anything in the Doka La area as Indian troops aremilitarily much better-placed there However "the PLA could try something in eastern Ladakh. or eastern Arunachal Pradesh or Lipulekh Pass and Barahoti in the central sector (Himachal-Uttarakhand)" a source told The Times of India The report went on tosay that India believes that China will not risk a full-fledged war despite a major build-up in its troops in thesouthern part of the Tibet Military District India Today also reported that Indian troops havebeen asked to remain alert and thwart any discussions by the Chinese The government has also asked the security agencies to be calm in dealing with the situation to prevent any escalation of the matter With inputs fromagencies Written by SANTANU CHOWDHURY | Kolkata | Published: September 16 2017 9:21 am An artisian draws the eyes of a durga idol in a workshop in Sakinaka on Thursday evening (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty) Top News Environment activist Subhas Dutta on Friday moved the National Green Tribunal (NGT) against a prominent Durga Puja committee in south Kolkata for carving a Durga idol out of a mahogany log State Urban Development and Municipal Affairs Minister Firhad Hakim is the president of the committee organising the Puja — Chetla Agrani Club Speaking to The Indian Express Dutta said NGT had given him permission to file a petition against the puja committee to find out whether the mahogany log was procured legally “Today I saw the picture of the idol in a newspaper The caption said that the Durga idol has been carved out of a 13-foot-long mahogany log We have no objection if an idol is carved out of a wooden log But we want to know how did the puja organisers procure a mahogany log Mahogany logs are rare and expensive” he added “We want to know whether it has been procured legally I moved the NGT today… it has asked me to file a petition on Monday” said Dutta He claimed that such mahogany logs can be sourced in three ways “Firstly it can be imported from countries like Malaysia and Myanmar Secondly it can be procured from the forest To do so one has to follow the Forest (Conservation) Act-1980 with Amendments Made in 1988 One has to take permission to cut the tree and then it gets auctioned Following the auction one has to get a transit pass According to Supreme Court you cannot move the log without a transit pass Thirdly one can get it from outside the forest area which means illegally We are apprehensive that the log used has been procured illegally” he said adding that a a 13-foot-long mahogany log will cost around Rs 15 to Rs 20 lakh When contacted secretary of Chetla Agrani Club Sandip Mukherjee said they have all documents to prove that the log has been procured legally “We have not received a notice regarding the petition I got to know about this through your newspaper He can appeal to the NGT as it is his prerogative If NGT inquires we have all necessary documents to prove that the log was not procured illegally” he added Despite repeated attempts Hakim could not be contacted for comments For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Alexis Dudden | Updated: January 14 2016 12:06 am South Korea high school students look at portraits of late former “sex salves” who were forced to serve for the Japanese Army during World War II at the House of Sharing the home for the living sex slaves in Gwangju South Korea Tuesday Dec 29 2015 A day after trumpeting an “irreversible” settlement of a decades-long standoff over Korean women forced into sexual slavery by Japan’s WWII military there’s relief among South Korean and Japanese diplomats fury among activists and many of the elderly victims and general public indifference in both countries (AP Photo) Related News On December 28 2015 in Seoul the foreign ministers of Japan and South Korea announced an accord concerning Japan’s historical system of state-sponsored sexual slavery Internationally known by its wrongheaded euphemism the “comfort women” history took place between 1932 and 1945 and involved the coercion and trafficking of tens maybe hundreds of thousands of young women girls and boys into what today amount to “rape camps” The victims came from throughout Japan’s former empire with the majority taken in then militarily occupied and colonised Korea As captives “comfort women” — including 12-year-old children — were forced to provide sex up to 40 times a day for Japanese troops and civilians in areas under Japanese command This practice is now defined as a crime against humanity Its techniques of violence persist in recent and ongoing wars such as in Bosnia and Nigeria Differences between past and present occurrences notwithstanding a global imperative necessitates learning from all historical evidence of this crime in order to work to end it A crucial step lies in confronting reality — in this instance acknowledging that the history of Japan’s state-sponsored sexual slavery happened By declaring that the “military authorities of the day” took part the new deal between Tokyo and Seoul defies those who continue to whitewash Japanese state involvement Also it includes an official apology from the Japanese government as well as the mutual establishment of an $83 million fund to help surviving victims with medical treatment and other needs Government spokespeople involved are naturally heralding the deal’s success: “We have been able to reach an agreement acceptable to both sides” Equally predictable Japan’s hate mongers counter that the government’s “mistaken historical consciousness” is treachery to “profit foreign countries” Significant concerns about the deal have arisen in between these positions that demand thoughtful engagement — all with an eye towards achieving justice for the victims and eradicating the crime today and in the future First and foremost surviving victims are furious that policy brokers excluded them from the deal-making process “The fight is still on” declared 88-year-old Lee Yong-soo in Seoul while blasting the agreement’s ambiguity concerning the nature of Japan’s responsibility The anger is not limited to South Korea Taiwanese victims and their country’s foreign ministry immediately demanded a similar accord insisting they would require Japan’s legal responsibility — not expressions of sadness Meanwhile voices are rising in Malaysia China the Philippines Australia Indonesia and other areas And what about North Korea Korea was not divided when the crimes occurred Also disturbing are contradictory claims from Tokyo and Seoul over the future of a small bronze statue known as the “Comfort Women Peace Statue” Since its December 2011 unveiling a benign likeness of a seated girl with which its sculptor invoked victims’ lost childhoods has been the gathering touchstone for South Korean survivors A civic group sponsored it to mark the 1000th consecutive weekly demonstration that victims and their supporters have held since 1992 — and which they continue to hold — on a spot directly across from the Japanese embassy in Seoul Japanese diplomats made their discomfort with the statue known as soon as it appeared Hundreds of demonstrations later the peaceful girl is elemental to how many people commemorate history’s trauma Likenesses exist throughout the world as does one with a Chinese victim seated next to a Korean girl Survivors embrace the statue and supporters wrap it in scarves against winter’s chill and grace it with garlands of flowers in the summer The statue has moments of nationalist pride and occasionally waves South Korea’s flag She has internationalist impulses too wearing a butterfly pin to signify the “Butterfly Fund” established in 2012 to assist today’s victims of wartime sexual violence worldwide Two successive conservative South Korean administrations have refused Japan’s request that the statue vanish making all the more alarming Tokyo’s reports on the heels of the agreement that the promised cash is contingent on the statue’s disappearance from Japan’s gaze Today it is commonplace for groups around the world to demand the removal of statues of perpetrators of what are now criminal acts: In the United States Woodrow Wilson is in the crosshairs for supporting racial segregation; Cecil Rhodes is being toppled for a litany of horrors in Britain and throughout the former empire Only Japan is seeking the removal of a statue of a victim of its nation’s past crimes This is additionally strange coming at a moment when Japan seeks to redefine its security posture to allow troops to engage militarily abroad for the first time since 1945 How do we understand Tokyo’s willingness to combat evil today when its leaders so fear the national past that they would hide from a statue of an unarmed child Neither the Japanese nor the South Korean government has the right to mess with the statue The survivors and their supporters alone decide where it belongs and those managing any agreement about this history must listen to them for it to work The writer is professor department of history University of Connecticut For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News “For the proposed international airport, Patiala.

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