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Pain of people losing ‘home and family’ due to eviction drive in Assam

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A few days ago, two people were killed in a clash between the administration and the encroachers who went to remove ‘illegal encroachments’ in Assam.

This incident took place in Dholpur village number three of Darang district. The state government has ordered an inquiry into the matter.

Police along with district administration officials had launched a drive to drive out the encroachers from the government land.

How are the people who have been removed under the eviction drive in this area, see in this report.

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  • The Supreme Court has made a strict remark that how the highway can be jammed daily
  • In the application, the woman had said that it takes 2 hours instead of 20 minutes to reach Delhi from Noida.
  • The Supreme Court has fixed October 4 for the next hearing.

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Taking a stern remark on the continuous jamming of the Delhi NCR border by the protesting farmers, the Supreme Court has said that how the highway can be jammed daily. The Supreme Court has said that it is the duty of the executive to implement the law given by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court, in its judgment on the public road protest case in Shaheen Bagh last year, had said that public places and roads cannot be blocked indefinitely. It is the duty of the administration to vacate such a place. In the case of capturing the public road for demonstration in this way, the administration should take action and do not wait for the court.

‘It takes 2 hours instead of 20 minutes to reach Delhi from Noida’
During the hearing of Malme on Thursday, the Supreme Court asked how the protesters can continuously block the highway daily. It is the duty of the executive to enforce the order decided by the court. The Supreme Court has given permission to the central government to make farmers organizations a party in this case. A bench headed by Justice SK Kaul of the Supreme Court said that whatever the problem is, it can be resolved through a judicial forum or a parliamentary debate. How can the highway be blocked continuously. What is the end of it? A Noida-based woman resident has filed an application in the Supreme Court saying that it takes two hours instead of 20 minutes to reach Delhi from Noida due to the Delhi border being blocked and it is like a nightmare.

During the hearing of the case in the Supreme Court, the bench of Justice Kaul said that we can give legal system but it is the job of the government to decide how the law will be implemented. We cannot implement the law. It is the job of the executive to enforce the law. On this, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta of the Government of India said that it is the duty of the executive (executive) to ensure that the law is implemented. During this, the Supreme Court said that when we say that we will make a law in this matter, then you (government) will say that it is interfering in the jurisdiction and interfering in the work of the executive.

October 4 fixed for next hearing
The top court said that the trouble cannot be a continuous daily. Then Tushar Mehta said that a high-level committee has been constituted to discuss the solution of the problem, but even after calling the representative of the farmers’ organization, he is not ready to participate in the talks. In such a situation, the court should allow that we make farmers’ organizations party in this case so that later they do not say that we have not been made a party. Then the bench has asked Tushar Mehta to file an application for this and make the farmers’ organizations as parties. If you think that a farmer leader should be made a party then you are free for that. Mehta said that for this we will file the application on Friday. The Supreme Court has fixed October 4 for the next hearing.

Order of 23 August…Government should solve the problem
The Supreme Court had said that farmers have the right to protest but cannot block roads indefinitely. The court has asked the central government and the states concerned to find a solution. The court had asked the Center and the states concerned to resolve the problems being faced by the people in the National Capital Region (NCR) due to the demonstration of farmers against the agriculture laws. The Supreme Court has said that the solution of these problems is not with the Supreme Court but with the respective governments.
The right of the court to punish in the contempt case, it cannot be abolished even by the legislature – Supreme Court
Noida woman said it takes two hours to go to Delhi…it’s like a nightmare
A Noida-based woman has filed an application in the Supreme Court saying that it takes two hours instead of 20 minutes to travel from Noida to Delhi, which is like a nightmare. In this case, during the last hearing, the Supreme Court had issued a notice to the Central Government and Delhi Police and asked them to file a reply.

Supreme Court’s decision of 7 October 2020 in Shaheen Bagh case
On 7 October 2020, the Supreme Court, in its decision in the Right to Demonstration Case, said that public places and roads cannot be blocked indefinitely. The court said that the right to peaceful protest is a constitutional right, but because of this, blocking public places and roads violates the rights of others and in such a situation, the public place cannot be allowed to create obstruction by occupying it. It is the duty of the administration to vacate such a place. In this way, the administration should take action in the matter of capturing the public road for demonstration and should not wait for the court. In the Shaheen Bagh demonstration case, the Supreme Court had given the said decision.

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Maidaan: Ajay Devgan’s film ‘Maidaan’ will now release on this day, see the full release calendar of the year 2022

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Press24 News Bureau, Mumbai Published by: Apoorva Rai Updated Thu, 30 Sep 2021 02:50 PM IST

The way has been cleared for the release of the biopic of Syed Abdul Rahim, who was the manager and coach of the Indian national football team for 13 years. After all the troubles and troubles, Ajay Devgan’s film ‘Maidaan’ is now nearing completion. It was announced on Thursday about this film that this film is going to be released in theaters on June 3 next year. Rumors of releasing this film directly on OTT had also sparked a lot in recent times. The interesting thing here is that Ajay Devgan’s directorial ‘May Day’ is all set to release just a week before it i.e. on 29th April 2022. Ajay Devgan is playing the role of football coach Abdul Rahim in the film ‘Maidaan’ who was also the manager of the national football team from 1950 to 1963. Apart from Ajay Devgan, the film also stars Priyamani and Gajraj Rao in important roles.

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reason behind china power crisis: china faces unprecedented power crisis due to coal shortage thanks to australia

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  • Electricity demand in China reaches all-time high
  • Unprecedented power crisis in the country due to shortage of coal
  • China’s weak vein buried in Australia
  • China stopped buying coal from Australia last year

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China is currently facing an acute shortage of coal. The situation in North China is the worst. Alam is that due to lack of electricity, the work in the companies has come to a standstill. The lights are off from the house. In the worst-affected Jilin province, traffic signals were down, with factories shut, elevators closed in residential areas and 3G mobile phone coverage. The water supply has come to a standstill. This has become a weak vein for China, the largest producer of coal, due to which the dragon is suffering in the dark of night.

The world’s largest coal producer is moaning over its shortage
China is the largest coal producer in the world. It alone produces about half of the total coal production in the world. The price of coal has increased wildly, yet China is scrambling to meet the demand for coal at any cost. But it’s not easy.

Power failure in China, stir in factories around the world, will affect the supply of mobiles to cars
Imports also increased with domestic production but this too insufficient
As of August, China has produced 14 percent more electricity than last year. Coal production has also increased by 4.4 percent. Coal imports have also increased by 20 per cent since June. Even after this, China needs more coal to overcome the current crisis. Domestic production has reached its peak, so it is very difficult to fill this gap through it. There is cold weather ahead, due to which the demand for coal will increase further but supply is difficult.

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Weak vein buried in australia!
The tension between China and Australia has also affected trade. Last year China decided not to buy coal from Australia. Today that decision seems to have backfired. To compensate for the suspension of imports from Australia, China increased its imports of coal from some South Asian countries and Europe and started buying from South Africa. Even after this, there is not enough supply of coal. Europe itself has increased its purchase of coal from Australia to avoid the energy crisis.

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