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Viral: Delhi government school teacher beats security guard in school premises | Watch

The video is from the Rani Jhansi government school located in New Delhi’s Tughlaqabad area.

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Viral: Delhi government school teacher beats security guard in school premises | Watch

A video of a teacher beating up a security guard inside the school premises is doing rounds on social media. The video is from the Rani Jhansi government school located in New Delhi’s Tughlaqabad area.

The incident happened on September 12 and the complaint from both sides was received on September 14.

In the video, the security guard can be seen running inside the school’s premises. As he approaches the main gate, someone attempts to stop him by pulling his shirt, but the man keeps running. Then the teacher wearing a blue suit comes and slaps the guard. In the end, four to five people drag the security guard outside the school premises.

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A huge crowd of teachers and students was gathered inside the premises. However, the cause of the incident is yet to be ascertained.

Delhi Police said that both of them were asked to give their written statements but they did not give them. The Deputy Director of Education is conducting an inquiry into this matter, they added.

According to the reports, both parties don’t want to register a police complaint for now. The matter is pending an inquiry, said Delhi Police.

This is not the first time the news of teachers beating up students or staff inside the school premises has come to light. A few days back a government school teacher was arrested for allegedly thrashing a 14-year-old Dalit student when the latter sought permission to go to the toilet. The incident was reported from Bijnor’s Chandpur tehsil.

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COVID-19: India dips to lowest tally since April 2020, active cases also decrease

The Central Government has refused to take any responsibility regarding the alleged deaths due to Corona vaccination.

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COVID-19: India dips to lowest tally since April 2020, active cases also decrease

The news of relief has come to light in the country today regarding Corona infection. India touched to the lowest numbers of Covid-19 cases after April 2020. The lowest number of corona cases have been reported today.

According to the data released by the Ministry of Health on Tuesday i.e. November 29, only 215 new cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours. At the same time, a patient also died during this period. Apart from this, the number of active patients in the country has come down to 4,982. However, total 5,30,615 people have died since the beginning of the pandemic.

Recovery rate rises to 98.80 percent

According to the ministry of Health, active cases in the country are now only 0.01 percent of the total infections, while the recovery rate has increased to 98.80 percent. A decrease of 141 has been registered in active cases in a span of 24 hours. The number of people who recovered from the disease has increased to 4,41,36,471, while the death rate was recorded at 1.19 percent.

We are not responsible for the death due to Corona vaccine: Government of India

The Central Government has refused to take any responsibility regarding the alleged deaths due to Corona vaccination. In an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, the Center said that it has full sympathy for the deceased and their families, but cannot be held responsible for the pandemic or for any kind of adverse effect of the vaccine.

Indians need to be alert as Covid cases rapidly increased in China

An alert has also been issued in India as 40,000 cases are reported daily in the neighboring country of China. Moreover, Indians traveling to Port Blair in Andaman-Nicobar Island or Leh in Ladakh next month on Christmas or New Year will have to carry the RT-PCR test report.

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All monks at Buddhist temples in Thailand fail drug test, defrocked

According to district administrator Boonlert Thintapthai of Phetchabun province, four monks, including an abbot, at a temple in the Bung Sam Phan district tested positive for methamphetamine on Monday

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A Thailand official on Tuesday stated that a Buddhist monastery in central Thailand is now without monks after all of its holy men failed drug tests and were defrocked.

According to district administrator Boonlert Thintapthai of Phetchabun province, four monks, including an abbot, at a temple in the Bung Sam Phan district tested positive for methamphetamine on Monday.

According to the authority, the monks have been transferred to a medical facility for drug rehabilitation.

The monks have left the temple, and the local villagers are worried that they cannot perform any merit-making, he said. Worshipers might earn merit by giving food to monks as a good deed.

More monks will be dispatched to the temple, according to Boonlert, so that the locals can fulfil their religious duties. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime claims that Thailand is a significant transit country for the methamphetamine that enters the country via Laos from Myanmar’s unstable Shan state.

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Pills can be purchased for less than 20 baht (about $0.50) on the street. In recent years, authorities in Southeast Asia have seized unprecedented amounts of meth.

Earlier in January 2022, a Buddhist monk was detained on suspicion of consuming and dispensing methamphetamine pills in a village in the Chaiyaphum region of northeastern Thailand.

According to authorities, the 40-year-old monk Phra Suthorn, who resided at a nearby monastery, had been peddling meth pills, also known as ya ba, or crazy medicine, to youths in the area.

After receiving numerous complaints from locals about the monk’s actions earlier this week, law enforcement officials decided to look into the matter.

Phra Suthorn refuted the allegations, but a later search of his residence turned up a plastic packet containing 36 methamphetamine pills hidden under his bed.

According to authorities, the monk then admitted to consuming and selling drugs, informing investigators that he had been doing both.

Madhya Pradesh school principal claims BR Ambedkar didn’t write Constitution | Watch

Customer fight restaurant staff in Mumbai over fee, video viral

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FIR lodged against Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid who called The Kashmir Files vulgar and propaganda driven

Advocate Vineet Jindal has filed a complaint against Lapid for allegedly abusing Hindus and the community’s sacrifices in Kashmir. Jindal has lodged a complaint with the DGP and Goa Police.

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FIR lodged against Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid

Israeli screenwriter and film director Nadav Lapid has landed himself in the legal soup for labelling the film The Kashmir Files as propaganda-driven and vulgar. The International Film Festival of India (IFFI)’s jury head Lapid slammed The Kashmir Files at the 53rd IFFI in Goa on Monday.

Advocate Vineet Jindal has filed a complaint against Lapid for allegedly abusing Hindus and the community’s sacrifices in Kashmir. Jindal has filed a complaint with the DGP and Goa Police under Indian Penal Code sections 121, 153, 153A and B, 295, 298, and 505 for his alleged comment on the film The Kashmir Files, which is based on the true story of Hindu genocide in Kashmir.

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Lapid’s statement on The Kashmir Files

Filmmaker Lapid, known for his works Policeman (2011), The Kindergarten Teacher (2014), and Synonymes (2019), stated in his speech that all of us were disturbed and shocked by the 15th film because The Kashmir Files felt like propaganda, a vulgar film, inappropriate for an artistic competitive section of such a prestigious film festival.

Consulate General of Israel criticizes Lapid

The Consulate General of Israel, Kobbi Shoshani, also lashed out at Nadav Lapid’s remarks on The Kashmir Files. He said that he cried upon watching the film. Jews too have suffered horrible things, and he thought it was not an easy film to watch. He added that Nadav’s speech was unacceptable and that it was his personal opinion and had nothing to do with Israel.

The Kashmir Files cast on Lapid’s statement

Bollywood actor Anupam Kher also reacted to Lapid’s statement. He said if the holocaust is right, the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits is right too. Seems pre-planned as immediately after that the toolkit gang became active. May God give him wisdom.

The Kashmir Files producer Abhishek Agarwal also criticized Lapid and said we do not need your validation Nadav Lapid. He said we have thousands of people who have gone through this holocaust and he has met many personally and seen their pain and suffering.

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