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Woman and man beaten up in Nagaur, Rajasthan
In Rajasthan, a case of beating of women and men has come to light after being found in objectionable condition.
Law and order in Rajasthan is getting worse day by day. The police's failure is continuously seen . On Monday, a video of Nagaur district of the state went viral on social media, in which a woman and a man are being urinated after being brutally beaten. Both their hair was also cut. After the video went viral on social media, the administration came into action and Additional Superintendent of Police reached the spot. However, Nagaur District Collector and Superintendent of Police shied away from speaking about it officially.
After much effort, I spoke to Additional Superintendent of Police Nitish Arya and told that he himself went to the spot. The family members of the woman are involved in beating and urinating. At present, the case is being investigated. Only more can be said after investigation. He denied that the woman was urinating. However, the villagers have spoken of both drinking urine, cutting hair and beating them.
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In the village of Nimbi Jodha of Ladnu tehsil of Nagaur case, two days ago, a woman and man were caught by villagers in an objectionable state. After holding both, they were first insulted in the middle of the village and then a panchayat was called. In the village panchayat, the panchs gave a decision to cut the hair after beating the woman and man. According to the decision of the panchayat, both of them were first beaten and then called a barber from the village and their hair was cut off in the middle of the chaupal. After cutting the hair, the Panchas pronounced the decision of both of them to urinate. Both of them were also fed urine from the bottle. Despite all this, the Panchas ordered the blackening of the face to insult them more.
Both of them were blackened on this. For this, Greece was ordered from a bicycle shop in the village itself. All this happened among the crowd of people and about two hundred people watched this entire episode with their own eyes. Someone from the crowd made a video of the entire incident, which went viral on social media on Monday. When this incident went viral on social media on Monday, the district administration and police officers came into action.
The woman's son is also among those beaten up in the video. According to villager Lilaram, a man and woman were caught by their relatives while making illicit relations. After this, the people of the place seized both women and men on the spot. The hair of both was cut and the man's face was blackened while crossing the limits to teach them a lesson. After this, he was fed urine from a bottle. At the same time, the woman was also assaulted. It is also seen in the video that during this time, women and men standing there are watching the spectacle.
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Rare Kashmir sapphire among historic treasures auctioned off in Geneva - The Star Online
The largest Kashmir sapphire ever auctioned and a royal tiara which everyone can try on via Instagram are the stars of this year's magnificent jewels sales by Sotheby's and Christie's auction houses.
The largest Kashmir sapphire ever auctioned and a royal tiara which everyone can try on via Instagram were the stars of this year's magnificent jewels sales in Geneva. Gems worn by French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte's adopted daughter also dazzle among the historic treasures sold by Sotheby's and Christie's auction houses from May 11 to 12. The Kashmir sapphire, a 55.19 carat gem, was formerly in the collection of Maureen Constance Guinness, a marchioness of the aristocratic Anglo-Irish brewing family, who died in 1998. Kashmir sapphires of over 30 carats are very rare. It is being sold alongside a cushion-shaped Kashmir sapphire weighing 25.97 carats and the pair are estimated to be worth US$2-3mil (RM8.24-12.37mil). Read more: Fashion houses look to a different legacy with their anniversary celebrations Following their discovery in the early 1880s, the mining of Kashmir sapphires only lasted from 1882 and 1887, making such gems some of the most coveted on the market, according to Sotheby's. They have a rich cornflower blue hue with a soft, velvety texture, and retain their lustre in any light. "Kashmir sapphires are among the rarest coloured gemstones known to man," said Benoit Repellin, head of magnificent jewels sales at Sotheby's in Geneva. "These gems have over the years acquired an almost legendary status." Instagram tiara Among the other historical pieces on sale was a tiara kept for more than 150 years in the Italian House of Savoy royal dynasty. The diadem, containing 11 natural pearls and diamonds, dates from the second half of the 19th century and was estimated at US$1-1.5mil (RM4.12-6.18mil). The tiara is also a masterpiece of ingenuity as it can be separated into two parts, allowing it to be worn as a necklace, Repellin said. Sotheby's said it was witnessing unprecedented global demand for royal jewellery, particularly from younger clients in Asia. Collectors from that continent have bought a third of the tiaras sold by the auction house in the past five years. Keen to attract the interest of a new generation, Sotheby's created an Instagram filter that allows people to create a picture of themselves wearing the Savoy tiara in a sumptuous Italian palace. Dazzling Harry Winston jewellery pieces were part of the auction in Geneva. Photo: AFP In the big gems category, Christie's offered a rectangular white 100.94-carat diamond called the Spectacle, valued at US$12-18mil (RM49.47-74.2mil). The internally flawless diamond is the largest stone ever to have been cut in Russia and was cut from a rough stone unearthed in the remote northeastern Yakutia region in 2016. Other standout items include a pendant set with a 104.40 carat pear emerald, mounted by US jeweller Harry Winston, offered by Sotheby's for US$1-1.5mil (RM4.12-6.18mil). It is a "really exceptional weight for emeralds, which are more fragile stone", said Repellin. Napoleonic treasures Marking the 200th anniversary of Napoleon's death, Christie's is selling nine imperial jewels adorned with sapphires and diamonds, from the collection of his adopted daughter, Stephanie de Beauharnais. The nine pieces, including a tiara valued at up to US$275,000 (RM1.13mil) and a necklace estimated at up to US$350,000 (RM1.44mil),"have remained in the same family since they were offered to Stephanie de Beauharnais, on the occasion of her wedding at the Tuileries Palace" in Paris, said Marie-Cecile Cisamolo, a jewellery specialist at Christie's. Some 38 sapphires from Sri Lanka were used to create the set in the early 1800s. Besides their historical value, the jewels are also prized for their natural blue, as sapphires usually undergo heat treatment to accentuate the colour. Read more: 2021 Watch Novelties: Beautiful and unique horological creations Cisamolo also noted the growing Asian market for such gems. "At the moment, we see a lot of Asians who like to wear these important jewels, for major events in their life," she said. The Christie's sale also included a sapphire crown worn by queen Mary II of Portugal, who was twice the country's reigning monarch before her death in 1853. The crown, set with a Burmese sapphire in the centre, is estimated between US$190,000 (RM783,275) and US$385,000 (RM1.59mil). AFP
Xiaomi FlipBuds Pro arrive with ANC, dedicated audio chip - comments - GSMArena.com
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Thailand reports record COVID-19 infections after prison clusters - The Star Online
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand announced a daily record in new coronavirus cases on Thursday after clusters in two jails saw nearly 3,000 inmates infected, among them a leader of anti-government protests held while awaiting trial for insulting the king.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand announced a daily record in new coronavirus cases on Thursday after clusters in two jails saw nearly 3,000 inmates infected, among them a leader of anti-government protests held while awaiting trial for insulting the king. Authorities reported 32 COVID-19 deaths and 4,887 infections, a new daily high in cases after 2,835 prisoners were added to the tally following the mass testing of thousands of inmates in two Bangkok jails. A corrections department official said those infected included Panupong "Mike Rayong" Jadnok, 24, who has been held since March 8 on charges that include sedition and insulting King Maha Vajiralongkorn. He was the fourth member of the youth-led movement charged with lese majeste to test positive in jail, or within days of leaving. Thailand is suffering its biggest outbreak so far, with overall cases tripling to 93,794 and deaths increasing fivefold to 518 in the past six weeks, after a year of success in containment. Human Rights Watch in a statement said inmates in Thailand should be better protected. "Besides providing healthcare and virus testing, the authorities should reduce the detainee population through supervised release of those held on political motivated charges and minor offenses, or who face greater risk from underling health conditions," it said. Other infected protest leaders are Arnon Nampa and Chukiat "Justin" Sangwong, and Panusaya "Rung" Sithijirawattanakul, who tested positive a few days after her release on bail. A corrections official said Panusaya may have been infected at home as inmates around her had negative tests. The outbreak is challenging Thailand at a time when only 1.3 million people have been inoculated against the coronavirus. Authorities say all residents are eligible for free vaccination when mass immunisation starts from June, but Bangkok health official Parnrudee Manomaipiboon on Thursday said Thai citizens would be prioritised, with the aim of registering foreigners from August. (Reporting by Panarat Thepgumpanat and Panu Wongcha-um; Editing by Martin Petty)