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Indian woman who was 'forced' to marry returns; calls Pakistan 'maut ka kuan'
26.05.17 - TEAM PT
Indian woman who was 'forced' to marry returns; calls Pakistan 'maut ka kuan'



Uzma Ahmed, the Indian woman who was allegedly forced to marry a Pakistani man at gunpoint during her visit there, dubbed Pakistan a "maut ka kuan" (well of death) while narrating her ordeal on her return to the national capital.
 
She returned home via the Wagah Border with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj saying she felt "sorry for all that you have gone through." Describing Uzma Ahmed as "India's daughter", Swaraj welcomed her to India. "I am sorry for all that you have gone through," she tweeted.
 
Seated alongside External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Indian Deputy High Commissioner in Islamabad JP Singh, and other senior ministry officials, an emotional Uzma said, "It’s easy to enter Pakistan but nearly impossible to leave that place.”

"Pakistan is a ‘maut ka kuan’ (well of death). I’ve seen women who go there after arranged marriages. They’re miserable and living in terrible condition. There are two, three, even four wives in every house,” she said.
           
She said Buner, the area where Tahir, the Pakistani man who married her at gunpoint, took her after giving her sleeping pills, was like a "Taliban-controlled” region.
Uzma said had she stayed there for a few more days she would have been dead. She broke down several times while recalling her ordeal before the national media.       

She thanked Swaraj, Indian commission officials and other staffers for making her return possible.

Uzma, who is in her early twenties, hails from Delhi. She was allowed by the Islamabad High Court on Wednesday to return to India following a plea she filed with the court seeking its direction after her husband Tahir Ali "seized” her immigration papers and refused to return the documents.
 
She has said she was forced to marry Tahir at gunpoint. The two reportedly met in Malaysia and fell in love. Uzma reached Pakistan on May 1 and travelled to the remote Buner district in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province where she was married to Tahir on May 3.

Later she came to Islamabad and took refuge in the Indian High Commission.
  
Addressing the media after Uzma's return, foreign minister Sushma Swaraj thanked the Pakistani government in an unusual show of warmth in the midst of fierce exchange of fire on the border after the beheading of two Indian soldiers.

Swaraj said it was significant that the Pakistani government had helped India's efforts to bring Uzma back despite the tension in bilateral ties. The lawyer who argued the case told the judge that it was a matter of Pakistan's prestige that Uzma should be allowed to exercise her choice.
 
Uzma's return was made possible through cooperation between the Indian high commission, whose efforts were led by deputy high commissioner J P Singh, and Pakistan's foreign and interior ministries.




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In war-like zone, let our Army officers decide, says Arun Jaitley
24.05.17 - TEAM PT
In war-like zone, let our Army officers decide, says Arun Jaitley



Reiterating its strong defence of Major Leetul Gogoi, the Army officer at the centre of a controversy over tying an alleged stone-pelter to a jeep to rescue trapped polling staff and local police in Budgam, the government said military officers should be allowed to take decisions in war-like areas.

"Well, military solutions are to be provided by military officers, not through comments of politicians. How a situation is to be dealt with when you are in a war-like zone, we should allow our Army officers to take a decision. They don't have to consult MPs on what they should do under these circumstances," defence minister Arun Jaitley told the media on Wednesday. He was responding to a query on the unrest in Kashmir and the view that a proper solution did not appear to be emerging.
 
Not only are the minister’s remarks signalling a shift to a tougher stance on dealing with insurgency in the valley, it is also reiterating the more muscular approach India has adopted since last September in its dealings with Pakistan.

His remarks came a day after Opposition parties in the Valley criticised the Army decision to award a commendation certificate to Major Nitin Leetul Gogoi, who, on April 9, ordered troops to tie a Kashmiri man to a jeep bonnet as a shield against stone-pelters.




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Over 200 students hospitalised after gas leak near Delhi school
06.05.17 - TEAM PT
Over 200 students hospitalised after gas leak near Delhi school



At least 200 girls were rushed to a hospital from their school on Saturday morning after a gas leak from a nearby container depot left some of them unconscious and others with nausea and irritation in eyes.

Around 100 students were admitted to the Majeedia Hospital and 62 at Batra Hospital, in addition to smaller groups that were sent to other medical facilities, Harshvardhan, the additional DCP of Southeast district said.
 
The students were in their classrooms at the Rani Jhansi school, close to the Tughalakabad container depot from where the chemical leak is suspected to have been originated, when they started showing symptoms.
 
Local police, PCR vans and National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have been deployed on the spot. A Centralised Accident and Trauma Service team was also sent to the location. The Delhi fire service also sent two fire tenders, one Hazmat van, one breathing set van and rescue tender to the spot.

Romil Baniya, the DCP, South-East said legal action would be taken against the incident as it was a case of negligence.

"Legal action will be taken. It is a case of negligence, hazardous substance was not handled properly,” he said.
 
Baniya told reporters that the students felt ill because of the fumes generated by chemicals kept in drums at the depot. The substance was imported from China and was meant for industrial use, the senior officer added.
 
Officials from Delhi Police and the National Disaster Response Force were attempting to identify the chemical and how it leaked.

Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia tweeted hours later, saying that he has asked for a magisterial inquiry into the incident. "I spoke to the girls and the doctors, the condition of the students is normal,” he said, after visiting the hospitals the schoolkids were taken to.




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EVM tampering: EC to convene all-party meet on May 12; hackathon in last week of May
04.05.17 - TEAM PT
EVM tampering: EC to convene all-party meet on May 12; hackathon in last week of May



Amid debate over whether EVMs can be tampered with, the Election Commission has announced to convene an all-party meeting on May 12.

"A meeting has been called on May 12 of all the political parties over the alleged charges of EVM tampering in the recent polls," official sources said. 

The EC's meeting with all the parties comes in order to convince and assure them that the EVMs cannot be hacked.
 
The Opposition parties have rallied together to demand an audit of the EVMs, alleging the devices can be easily manipulated.

Several opposition parties have raised concerns over the efficiency of the EVMs following the assembly elections in 5 states that concluded in March and demanded the commission revert to paper ballots.
 
Amid criticism and even scepticism from various quarters over the functioning of the electronic voting machines (EVMs), the Election Commission has also decided to hold an open hackathon for people to try and hack the voting machines in the last week of May.
 
The commission had announced a similar challenge in 2009 and claimed no one could hack its EVMs.
 
Last month, the poll panel had said it may invite experts, scientists, technocrats, and representatives of political parties to hack the machines, which it claims are tamper-proof. The Election Commission had announced a similar challenge in 2009 and no one could hack the EVMs.
 
Representatives of all recognised national and regional parties will be allowed to take part in the open challenge.
 
Under pressure from the Supreme Court, the centre last month cleared the release of 3,000 crores towards new voting machines that have the additional security feature of a printed receipt. VVPATs - verifiable voter paper audit trails - provide an instant confirmation of the vote cast through a slip of paper that is visible to the voter before it drops into a sealed box. The general election in 2019 will be run entirely with these VVPATs.
 
Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) was the first one to complain against the EVMs and alleged that large-scale tampering of EVMs aided the Bharatiya Janata Party in its sweeping victory in Uttar Pradesh in March. Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Samajwadi Party, as well as the Congress, had echoed those allegations.




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