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No Time To Waste is a private entertainent company. Founded by NTTW DEVIL with fellow Don Bosco High School, Baghchung students and friends NTTW Triple7, NTTW KING and NTTW RusHeR. Headquartered in NTTW HEADQUARTERS in Assam, India. The company has two branches, NTTW PRODUCTION HOUSE and NTTW ESPORTS.
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Housemaids financials situation during lockdown --According to report The Hindu, 17-May-2021 — It is getting from bad to worse for women workers During the pandemic, women have borne a disproportionate burden of the severe disruptions to life and the economy. Here I want to share my own experience . Every house in my neighborhood has a housemaid, but during the lockdown, everyone had to give up their job. There are some of them who have no choice but to take responsibility for their own families , because some of them are abandoned by their husbands and some are widowed, There are some whose husbands are intoxicated and do not pay any money at home so they have to take care of their children and elderly parents. Some of them who have sent their son to Bangalore , Delhi to earn money and help them but due to lockdown, their children lost their jobs and moved home. Now their situation is so bad that it cannot be described in language .It seems to me that, the people who have suffered in this lockdown most of them are the housemaids. .
Country is going to implement citizenship Amendment law. 30 May, Sunday in Kamalpur, Speaking in the midst of a function , BJP all-India general secretary DilipShaikia said, "The country is going to implement the amended citizenship law." The law has been passedi in both houses of parliament. The atmosphere that was created before protesting against the amendedcitizenship law will not happen again. Because, the people of Assam have already realized everything”.
The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 that will be introduced in Parliament on December 9 is also
likely to benefit the non-Muslims who were declared illegal migrants by various Foreigners Tribunals in
As per government data, as many as 63,959 persons were declared foreigners through ex parte (one sided) proceedings by FTs in Assam. The FTs, quasi-judicial bodies unique to Assam, came up in 1985.
The citizenship amendment Act provides lndian citizenship to six minorities Hindu,Shik, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi, and Christian belong to three Islamic countries Bangladesh,
Pakistan and Afghanistan. The people of these six minority communities now can get citizenship in lndia within six years without showing any documents. The reason is that
people are facing difficulty in respective countries due to their religion .The amended bill
applies to people who were forced or compelled to seek shelter in India due to persecution on the ground of religion . The constitution of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh provide for a specific Islamic state religion. As a result, many persons belonging to Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi,
and Christian have faced persecution on the ground of religion.
There has been a recent spurt of attack on Hindu and Sikh in Afghanistan and this attack have been done by terrorists at the behest of their “external supporters” and India has been providing necessary visas to
members of these communities who want to come .
New delhi November 03 ,2020. Rajat Sharma
According to report A huge mob of Muslim bigotse attacked the Sheetal temple in Bhimpura area of Karachi on Sunday night, vandalized the premises,
broke idols of Hindu gods Lord Shiva and Ganesh, and within minutes turned the place of worship into a
wreck. The immediate provocation: there was a rumour that a Hindu boy had committed blasphemy. An
anti-France protest by Muslims was going on in the locality when this rumour spread, soon the crowd
turned its attention towards the Hindus, attacked the ancient temple, broke the idols and threw them
outside. It was later found that the rumour was baseless.
When local Hindus in Karachi lodged protests and gave statements to the police, some of the vandals
roughed them up in the presence of police and threatened them with dire of consequences.
This was the third act of desecration of Hindu temples in Pakistan in the last 20 days. Both the earlier
attacks on Hindu temples took place in Sindh province. The pattern was the same. First, some local
Muslims alleged Hindus of committing blasphemy and then vandalized the temples. Though local police
registered FIR, no action was taken against the vandals.
Pakistan government has terribly failed in protecting its minorities. It does not even have a minority
member in its National Minority Commission. Hindu, Sikh, Shia, Ahmediya and Christian minorities in
Pakistan are living in a state of fear with no protection being provided by police. In the last one year,
there have been several cases of forcible conversion of Sikhs, Hindus and Christians, forcible abduction
and marriage of Hindu girls, and attacks on places of worship. During Partition, there were 428 Hindu temples in Sindh province. This number has now dwindled to only 20, say Pakistani human rights
In August 2020 , a Pakistani builder openly demolished a pre-1947 era Hanuman temple in Lyari
locality of Karachi at a construction site. The builder took advantage of the nationwide lockdown due to
Covid, and claimed that since no one was visiting the temple, he decided to demolish it. In Islamabad, in
July, religious bigots razed the boundary wall of a Sri Krishna temple under construction. They were
objecting to the construction of a temple in the capital of the Islamic state.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who has been shouting hoarse about treatment of Indian Muslims,
had been claiming that minorities in his country are being given protection. His claim is a white lie.
Recently, houses of Bheel and Meghwal communities in Sindh were set on fire by Muslim mobs. In
September, 171 Hindus from Bheel community were forcibly converted into Islam in Sindh province.
One clear case of religious persecution. A 13-year-old Christian girl was abducted by some Muslims. Her
parents approached the police which turned a deaf ear. They approached the court. The defendants
produced a video in court to “prove” that the girl converted to Islam of her own free will, and she has
married a 44-year-old Muslim. The court, instead of handing over the girl to her parents, directed that
the girl be allowed to stay with her husband who was more than thrice her age.
This is nothing but a travesty of justice. Imran Khan will never speak about such atrocities in his country,
but he would surely raise his voice against what he calls “Islamophobia” in France and other European
countries. The question is: why are Hindus, Sikhs and Christians in Pakistan targeted to exact revenge
against whatever his happening in faraway France?
In neighbouring Bangladesh, in a shocking case of bigotry, a Muslim mob attacked the homes of 10
Hindu families in Kurbanpur village near Muradnagar in Comilla district . The reason: a Bangladeshi man,
living in France, had praised President Emmanuel Macron’s action against jihadis in his country after the
brutal beheadings of two persons. Bangladesh police arrested two Hindus, including a school
headmaster, on charge of liking the Facebook post of the man. They were charged of “hurting religious
sentiments”. The houses of both the Hindus arrested by police were also set on fire.
After there was outrage over this incident, Bangladesh Home Minister claimed that five persons have
been detained on charge of arson and rioting. Police have been deployed in Kurbanpur and Andikot villages to prevent the situation going out of control.
In recent years, Bangladesh has been witnessing spread of Islamic fundamentalism. Law enforcing
agencies in the country must deal sternly with mobs that indulge in arson in the name of religion. The
denigration of Prophet Mohammed by displaying his cartoon is condemnable, but this does not mean
that wanton acts of beheadings and stabbings by Islamic jehadists must be supported. These are attacks
on humanity which must not be condoned. All of us should be concerned over how Islamic jihadists are trying to take advantage of the issue to settle scores with minorities in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Such
moves must be nipped in the bud. The world must speak out against bigots attacking minorities in Pakistan and Bangladesh
Dhaka March 20, 2021 UPDATED: March 20, 2021 00:48 IST
Supporters of an extremist Islamist group in Bangladesh attacked and vandalized 70-80 Hindu houses in the
country’s northeastern Sylhet division The attack on a Hindu village many local Hindus fled their homes
to save themselves, the report said, adding that the mob entered the village, ransacked and looted
The above scenario reflects on the importance of the CAA for non-muslim illegal migrant who had been
victims of inhumanity for a long time. Now the thousands of Bengali Hindu migrants who were not included in the NRC can still get citizenship