A 7 year old little girl was alloted the duty of cleaning the classroom in a college escorted by Police for Intermediate spot valuation at Atmakur, Nellore District. As this case falls under the Child and Adolescent Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, Team PHC took an initiative and raised this issue with Mr.Venkat Reddy Sir, National Convener of MV Foundation. He reported this issue with Educational Secretary (AP) and concerned authorities. Within a short notice, the authorities responded.
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*1 militant killed, 3 CRPF men critically injured in Handwara shootout*
An unidentified militant was killed and three CRPF men were injured in a brief shoot-out at Kralgund area of Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, officials said.
“One unidentified militant has been killed. Two to three CRPF men have been injured in the attack. It was an attack on CRPF party that was responded effectively,” CRPF spokesman in Srinagar Pankaj Singh
He said security forces have sealed the area and search for other attackers have been launched. The attack comes barely a day after an army colonel, a major, two soldiers and a police sub inspector besides two militants were killed in an overnight gunfight at Chanjimulla area of Handwara in Kupwara district.
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*Shelling triggers panic in villages, even far away from LoC in Kupwara*
Srinagar, April 10. Amid coronavirus pandemic, militaries of India and Pakistan on Friday engaged in artillery shelling along Line of Control in Kupwara district of north Kashmir.
The shelling has been reported from Panzgam, Malikpora, TCP, Hafrada and Ferkiyan areas and it has created panic among the residents. At Panzam, many people have left their homes and are moving towards safer locations while others have confined themselves to safer locations within their homes, residents and official sources said.
Not only those living nearby, but the shelling also rattled even far off villages with some villagers saying that they are hearing the roaring sounds for the first time.
“The shelling is so intense that we are for the first time hearing it hear,” said Sajjad Ahmad, a resident of Tarathpora, a densely populated village which is very far away from the LoC.
“The houses were shaken with every sound of the shell,” he said.
Official sources told GNS that the heavy “artillery” shelling was started by Pakistan across the LoC and the Indian army responded in equal proportions.
“It is a ceasefire violation as Pakistan resorted to unprovoked artillery shelling and the army is giving them a befitting reply,” the official who was not authorized to speak to media told on the condition of anonymity....See more