Covid -19 (The Pandemic) राँची
Covid -19 (The Pandemic)
It was the time of spring in India ,we used to go out and party and we never thought something like this will ever happen,but it happened .When we saw news of a virus spreading in China we were so calm and relaxed as we knew that this thing will never happen in India.
After 1 - 2 months we saw some cases in India and again we did not had any reactions. Suddenly it started spreading in every states of India and it came in our town. Government announced lockdown in whole country , everything was closed.
At last it finally came near our own residential area and now we can't even go outside to see anything ,it feels like being in a jail
Now prayers can only save us.
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Why cybersecurity is important.
Cybersecurity is important because it encompasses everything that pertains to protect our sensitive data, personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI), personal information, intellectual property, data and governmental and industry information systems from theft and damage attempted by criminals and adversaries.
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Impacts of corruption.
Corruption hurts everyone.
The impact of corruption goes beyond the corrupt individuals, the innocent civilians who are implicated, or the reputation of the organisation they work for. Ultimately, it effects the whole system.
Corruption erodes the trust we have in the public sector to act in our best interests. It also wastes our taxes or rates that have been earmarked for important community projects. Meaning- we have to put up with poor quality service or infrastructure or we miss our altogether.
Importance of education and it's benefits.
Education gives us a knowledge of the world around us and changes it into something better. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. It helps us building opinions and have points of view on things in life.
Benefits of education-
1. Poverty reduction.
2. Connecting across borders.
3. Sense of accomplishment.
4. More productivity.
5. Better communication.
6. Critical thinking skills.
7. Identification of skills.
8. Greater sense of discipline.
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How excess use of mobile phones affects you.
Apart from cancer risk, mobile phones influence our nervous system. They may cause headaches, decreased attention, shortness of temper, sleep disorders and depression, mostly in teena
How to reduce your phone usage -
• Pause to think before picking up your phone.
• Analyze how you use your phone and set limits.
• Get rid of distracting apps.
• Minimize notifications.
• Keep your phone literally away.
• Don't use your phone before going to bed.
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Taking “Dire” action upon China would do any better?
The recent skirmishes between Indian Army and Public liberation Army has escalated the tension between these nation not only internationally but also among citizens. Although it seems to me prima facie that China tried to subvert India territorial integrity it would not be feasible for us to partake in sudden “Boycott China” activities.
China is facing intense international pressure over its decision over passing of National Security Law over Hong Kong autonomous region and its activities in South China Sea. You can see social media floded with posts os ‘boycott china’, but at the same time steering clear of Chinese goods would also have stringent effect on Indian economy. China has found its feet deep inside Indian economic activities. You can see in majority of Indian houses; Chinese goods are being used so you can imagine the depth of Chinese involvement in our day to day life.
You can see videos of people breaking there smartphone or Television[since they found out they are using Chinese product] does greater loss to them than to the Chinese Firm which manufactured these products. Not only boycotting these goods impact our Economy it will leave lakhs of Indians unemployed. We should avoid making navie moves and scrupulously consider all the ground facts. The post Covid-19 situation seems to be daunting but we have to rely upon an old proverb ‘where there is a will there is way’ and to circumvent the worst situation.
Banning of 59 Chinese apps by Indian government seems to be plausible. Many multi-national Firms have their eyes set out on India and any faulty decision can make us bear heavy losses Hence it is time not to be penny wise and pound foolish. We have to climb a step at a time, and therefore rather than taking foolish decision over boycotting of Chinese goods we need to plan, and meticulously consider all the pros and cons to gradually lessen chinese activity in India.
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Amotekun commences training for 500 recruits in Ondo
Amid final preparations for the take-off of the Western Nigeria Security Network, popularly known as Amotekun Corps in Ondo state, no fewer than 500 people recruited for the exercise have commenced a four weeks training.
The Ondo State Amotekun Corps Commander, Chief Adetunji Adeleye, who disclosed this while speaking with newsmen said the training of the new recruits had commenced some two weeks ago.
Adeleye who assured that that criminal activity will be reduced to the barest minimum with the recruitment of the corps, saying the state government has been giving all necessary assistance to ensure the take-off of the corps.
The Commandant who also warned criminals to steer off from the state disclosed that the state government has procured about 20 Hulu vans and special dogs to combat crimes in the state.
According to him, the recruits would be posted to strategic places across the state, disclosing that offices of the corps would be located in every local government areas in the state.
He expressed satisfaction with the performance of the new recruit, urging them no to compromise in protecting their lands against criminals.
Also speaking, the Special Adviser to governor Akeredolu on Security matters, Alhaji Jimoh Dojumo also commended the leadership of the agency for successfully driving the government vision for Amotekun.
He assured that the state government will always be ready to give necessary assistance to the corps in combating crimes.
Court remands man for allegedly battering policeman on duty
A Grade I Area Court, Kubwa, on Tuesday ordered that a 30-year-old man, Ifeanyi Ekene, who allegedly battered a policeman while discharging his duty, be remanded in a correctional facility.
The police charged the defendant with criminal force and assault to deter public servant while performing his lawful duty, causing grievous hurt and resistance to arrest.
The Judge, Mr Muhammad Adamu, adjourned the case until Aug. 17 for hearing.
Adamu added that the defendant’s bail will be considered before the said date after the defence counsel, Moses Ugwummadu, makes a formal bail application.
Earlier, the prosecution counsel, Babajide Olanipekun, told the court that a distress call was received at the Kubwa police station from one Comfort Alegkeuno of Cheval Plaza, Kubwa on July 9.
Olanipekun alleged that a team of police men led by Insp. Stephen Sunday, attached to surveillance patrol team, Kubwa, went to the scene and the defendant attacked the Inspector without provocation.
He further said the defendant, pushed the Inspector whom he knew was a public servant, dragged him on the ground and inflicted injuries on him as a result.
The prosecution counsel added that the defendant’s action was in a bid to resist arrest and deter the policemen from discharging their duty.
The offence, he said, contravened the provisions of sections 267, 247 and 173 of the Penal Code.
The defendant pleaded not guilty.
The defence counsel however made a bail application for his client saying he was presumed innocent until proven guilty and urged the court to grant bail.
Court remands student for allegedly stabbing man to death in Kano
A Chief Magistrates’ Court sitting in Kano on Tuesday ordered the remand of a 24-year-old student, Surajo Mohammad, in a correctional centre for stabbing one Gambo Umar, 35, to death with a bottle.
The defendant, who resides at Kofar Ruwa Quarters in Kano, is standing trial for alleged culpable homicide.
The Chief Magistrate, Muhammad Idris, ordered the defendant to be remanded in correctional centre, and asked the Prosecutor, Mr Badamasi Gawuna, to send the case file to the State Director of Public Prosecution for advice.
Idris adjourned the case until Aug.31 for further mention.
Earlier, the prosecutor had told the court that the defendant committed the offence on May 7 at about 4:00 p.m at Kofar Ruwa Quarters, Kano.
He alleged that the defendant had a misunderstanding with his neighbour whom he stabbed with a bottle on his neck..
“The victim was rushed to Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital where he died while receiving treatment,” he told the court.
Gawuna said the offence contravened Section 221 of the Penal Code.
The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.