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iLogitron CoCoBot [Corona Combat Bot]
Regular inspection of corona positive patients in corona ward has become a big we at iLogitron have come up with a challenge for health workers.
So, iLogitron Technologies have come up with a supporting to help our frontliners fight with COVID more actively & safely. A robot controlled through an android app, which can carry important stuff to patients inside the Corona ward and help doctors supervise the patient's condition through the android app.
You guys want to learn Garo language? It is a language spoken by Garo or A.chik people, a small group of tribal people from Meghalaya India. Lemme know if you guys are interested.
Have y'all heard of Shillong, Meghalaya? Nope? Yeah! So it's a small city in India, it's called the Rock City because you know people are cool af and everyone is so fashionable. It is one of the coolest hill station in India. There are lots of cool tourist spot out here like it will take me pages to write them all. It is also called The Scotland of The East. I recommend y'all to visit Shillong once in your life.
July 18, 2020
众所周知 纳加斯从一开始就是战士。们在第一次和第二次世界大战中进行了许多战斗。尽管是战士，但他们过着简单的生活。 它是残酷而卑鄙的印第安人，它们强行夺走我们的土地，不带走我们所有的东西。他们承担了我们前辈的生活，我们的权利和我们的身份。他们接受了我们的一切。 尽管如此，它们仍然会为我们做奴隶。他们像对待动物一样对待我们。 即使在现代生活中，印度人仍会毫不客气地吸引纳加人的暴动。世界上没有印度人比这更糟糕。我们在印第安人手中遭受了如此巨大的苦难。我们想拥有自己的自由和自己的国家。我们，纳加斯人和我们的未来一代永远无法永远保持奴隶制。我们的前辈对印第安人感到如此痛苦，牺牲了自己的血液，牺牲了自己的生活，牺牲了一切，为现在和将来的生活提供了更好的生活。我们也是人类，人类应该像其他任何人一样过着正常的生活。我们不会让我们亲爱的祖父母牺牲。亲爱的中国同胞们，作为我们从中国来的拜访者，我，一个纳迦自由战士，相信我们是相似的血液，因此，我恳请您帮助我们对抗印度人并帮助我们归还我们的国家。我们对您始终是正确的，并将始终站在您的一边。十年前，印度政府就一直授予我们自由，但他们一直在与我们的领导者一起玩游戏，但我们的领导者却变得毫无希望，然而，作为自由斗士的我们将永远不会放弃我们将努力奋斗，直到我们为我们的国家提供最后的呼吸。我们将我们的血液推向全国.阅读此博客的任何人，请对我们宽恕，请帮助我们使我们的国家恢复原状。 娜迦自由战士。
To the whole world.
Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary: is situated on the Foothills of Himalayas Bordering Indo-Bhutan in the north and in the Udalguri District and Baksa District of Assam.
The sanctuary is 6 km west to Suklai, U.T Road, Udalguri, Assam and is a 26.22-square-Km (10.12 sq. Mi) wildlife sanctuary. The sanctuary is named after the River Bornadi, which flows on the western border of the sanctuary. It is 6 Km from Suklai, 30 km from Tangla Town, 70 km from Mangaldai, 130 km from Tezpur, 150 km from LGBI Airport, Guwahati.
Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary was affirmed a wildlife sanctuary in 1980 by the government of Assam particularly for the safety of the Hispid Hare and World's rarest smallest wild pig Pigmy Hog. The main attraction of the Sanctuary are Asiatic Elephant, capped Langur, Pigmy Hog, Hispid Hare, Bison, Porcupine, Pangolin. And if u are lucky u may see Tiger, leopard, fox, barking deer etc. If you are a bird watcher and love to watch birds, you will be absolutely delighted to find a wide no. Of two winged inhabitants of this forest including Peafowl, Hornbill, swamp partridge, Bengal florican, kingfisher, woodpecker and so on.
The climatic condition of the area is warm. Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary is one of those National parks and wildlife sanctuaries in Assam for which Assam is so famous and is constitute of the major portion of the Assam tourism. The Sanctuary is considered as one the important protected areas in Asssam for protection of primate diversity.
Best season to Visit:- From November to April
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My life story
My self sazid Ahmed laskar I am from village krishnapur
P. O -krishnapur pinno-788025 district cachar state Assam
I am college student I am reading class 1st sem
My college name West silchar college borjatrapur
My father name is Abdul mollik Laskar
And my mother name is sultana laskar my hovis are play cricket & my eaim in life I don't know
WE WANT JUSTICE FOR MANISHA VALMIKI
Through the columns of your highly esteemed daily and widely circulated site I would like to appeal to the citizen of this country to step forward and join together to give justice to Manisha Valmiki and hang the rapists.
Manisha Valmiki a village dalit girl from Hathras,Uttar Pradesh was brutally gang raped by 4 person of the upper caste in Hathras. After the incident she admitted to a Hospital in Delhi where she battled with her life for 15 days and at last she succumbed to death on 29th September 2020.
The crime of Rape is a major problem in India.
The accused has usually gone free either the victim did not file a complaint or because of poor evidence collection.I would like to enlighten the Data that as per the NCRB statistics, every 16 minutes, a woman is raped somewhere in India, and every four minutes woman experiences cruelty at the hands of her in-laws. In 2019, the country had recorded 88 rape cases every day. Of the total 32,033 reported rape cases in the year, 11% were from the Dalit community.
The other countries have brutal punishments for commiting such crimes whereas India has none.The government wants investigation so that the case subsides.We are hoping that this case proceed real fast towards justice.
You are requested to add a few lines in your esteemed organization.
Economic conflicts over the South China sea
BA(HONS)in Economics and politics,
Visva Bharati University.
It’s important as tensions rise in the South China Sea, we need to understand how this complexity began and what international law says about freedom of navigation and competing for maritime claims in the waters. The view we have for the last couple of decades is not that much clear one, in fact, In 1982, the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea was adopted and signed, formalising extended maritime resource claims in international law. At this time, no fewer than six states had laid claim to the disputed Paracel and Spratly islands in the South China Sea. Since then, it has been a creeping militarisation of the waters by nations seeking to secure extended maritime resource zones. In 2009, Vietnam began reclaiming land around some of the 48 small islands it had occupied since the 1970s. On the other hand with a vital response, China began its much larger reclamations on submerged features it first began to occupy in the 1980s. By around 2016, these reclamations had resulted in three military-grade, mid-ocean airfields that sent shockwaves around the world, provoked in part by China breaking its own pledge not to militarise the islands. So what brings all these countries so much despair about this conflict? The answer is simple. The South China Sea is a marginal sea of the Western Pacific Ocean. It is bounded in the north by the shores of South China, in the west by the Indochinese Peninsula, in the east by the islands of Taiwan and northwestern Philippines (mainly Luzon, Mindoro and Palawan), and in the south by Borneo, eastern Sumatra and the Bangka Belitung Islands, encompassing an area of around 3,500,000 km2. It communicates with the East China Sea via the Taiwan Strait, the Philippine Sea via the Luzon Strait, the Sulu Sea via the straits around Palawan, the Indian Ocean via the Strait of Malacca, and the Java Sea via the Karimata and Bangka Strait. The Gulf of Tonkin and Gulf of Thailand are both parts of the South China Sea, and its shallow waters south of the Natuna Sea. The South China Sea is a region of tremendous economic and geostrategic importance. One-third of the world's maritime shipping passes through it, carrying over USD $3 trillion in trade each year. Huge oil and natural gas reserves are believed to lie beneath its seabed. It also contains lucrative fisheries, which are crucial for the food security of millions in Southeast Asia. The South China Sea Islands, collectively comprising several archipelago clusters of mostly small uninhabited islands, islets (cays and shoals), reefs/atolls and seamounts numbering in the hundreds, are subject to competing claims of sovereignty by several countries. These claims are also reflected in the variety of names used for the islands and the sea. Japan and South Korea rely heavily on the South China Sea for their supply of fuels and raw materials and as an export route, although the availability of diversionary sea lanes bypassing the South China Sea provides non-littoral states with some flexibility in this regard. So it’s clear that the economic gateway for many countries is lying under the seabed of the south china sea. So geographically the sea plays a vital eco-political role here. The South China Sea has been a longstanding source of tension and distrust in the region Competing for claims of territorial sovereignty over islands for more than a couple of decades. The UNCLOS (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea), which was formed in 1982 and came into force in 1994, established a framework intended to balance the economic and security interests of coastal states with those of seafaring nations. UNCLOS enshrines the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), a 200 nautical mile area that extends sole exploitation rights to coastal nations over marine resources. However, this exclusive zone was never intended to serve as a security zone, UNCLOS also guarantees wide-ranging passage rights for naval vessels and military aircraft.
In 2010 spring, “PRC reportedly communicated to United State officials that the South China Sea was "an area of non-negotiable 'core interest', with Taiwan and Tibet on the national agenda. However, Beijing appears to have backed away from that assertion in 2011”. Again after a year and a half around 2012 October the PRC's Global Times newspaper, published by the Communist Party People's Daily group, editorialised on South China Sea territorial disputes under the banner "Don't take peaceful approach for granted". The article referenced incidents earlier that year involving the Philippines and South Korea detaining PRC fishing boats in the region. "If these countries don't want to change their ways with China, they will need to prepare for the sounds of cannons. We need to be ready for that, as it may be the only way for the disputes in the sea to be resolved.
In the bigger context, a BBC journalist writes, “the Trump administration has pledged to overturn what it says is 40 years of policy failure concerning China. Washington has recently criticised Beijing on issues ranging from its handling of the coronavirus pandemic to human rights violations against Muslim minorities in Xinjiang and how it has dealt with pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. But it was China's land reclamation projects in the South China Sea that prompted the rest of the world to reassess Beijing's international ambitions. And the stakes in the region are incredibly high. In these seemingly insignificant island chains and reefs, there are growing risks of military conflict between the world's two most powerful countries”.(Zhaoyin Feng, BBC Chinese)