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The aircraft had 96 people on board, including three pilots and five crew while the rest were army personnel, the military said, adding only five soldiers remained unaccounted for late . Sunday The pilots survived but were seriously injured, officials said. The Lockheed C-130 Hercules was one of two ex-US Air Force aircraft handed over to the Philippines as part of military assistance this year. Officials said the injured personnel were brought to a hospital in Sulu or flown to nearby Zamboanga city and troops were continuing to search for the missing. chatting with male cousins #*& %#! 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In an order, deputy commissioner of Srinagar Mohammad Aijaz directed those having drone cameras or other similar kinds of unmanned aerial vehicles to deposit them in local police stations. The order, however, exempted government departments using drones for mapping, surveys and surveillance in agricultural, environmental conservation and disaster mitigation sectors but directed them to inform the local police station before using them. # !" " # "# !" # " %# # ! # !#$ # " " " '" % Pushkar Singh Dhami was sworn in as the 11th chief minister of Uttarakhand, along with an 11-member . cabinet, here on Sunday The oath of office was administered on Dhami and his ministers by Governor Baby Rani Maurya at a simple function held on the lawns of the Raj Bhawan in the presence of a host of MPs and MLAs of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and senior government officials. No new face has been inducted into Dhami's cabinet, which remains as it was under his predecessor Tirath Singh Rawat. The only difference is that this time, all the ministers are of cabinet rank. 'Why is PM not ready for JPC probe?' asks Rahul Days after Congress demanded an inquiry by a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) into the Rafale leader Congress deal, Rahul Gandhi slammed the Centre and questioned why is the Centre was not ready for a JPC probe. In a tweet, the Congress MP wrote, "Why is PM RAFALE DEAL not government Modi ready for a JPC probe?". In the tweet, the Congress leader initiated a poll wherein he asked the public about the likely answers. Four options were made available wherein the users could cast their votes namely 'being guilt conscience', 'in an attempt to save friends', 'JPC does not want a RS seat' or 'all of the above'. Earlier, Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala CPM demands JPC probe into role of govt, PM $%-!.$%$ 4(% (% 4/ #/.34)454)/. /& ! ).6%34)'!4% 4(% 2/,% /& 4(% '/6%2.-%.4 !.$ 2)-% ).)34%2 /$) ). 4(% !&!,% $%!, (% 0!249 3!)$ 4(% 2%.#( 5",)# 2/3%#54)/. %26)#%3 (!3 /2$%2%$ !. ).6%34)'!4)/. "9 ! 2%.#( *5$'% ).4/ 4(% $%!, had on Saturday demanded an inquiry by a Joint ParCommittee liamentary (JPC) inquiry into the Rafale deal after France initiated investigations into alleged corruption in the Rs 59,000 crore Rafale deal signed with India in 2016 for the sale of 36 Dassaultbuilt fighter jets. The Congress said that it will also take up this matter in the upcoming Parliament session. The ministers sworn in on Sunday are Satpal Maharaj, Harak Singh Rawat, Bansidhar Bhagat, Yashpal Arya, Bishan Singh Chufal, Subodh Uniyal, Arvind Pandey, Ganesh Joshi, Dhan Singh Rawat, Rekha Arya and Yatishwaranand. Rekha Arya, Dhan Singh Yatishand Rawat waranand, who were ministers of state in Tirath Rawat's cabinet, have been elevated to cabinet rank. Earlier in the day, Dhami Deshmukh moves SC for protection in PMLA case NEW DELHI: Former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh on Sunday moved the Supreme Court seeking protection from any coercive action in a money laundering case. The ED had on Saturday, issued fresh summons to the NCP leader seeking his appearance on July 5. The ED has, so far, issued three notices to Deshmukh, who has been asked to record his statement at the central agency's office in . south Mumbai on Monday Deshmukh has moved the top court seeking protection from any coercive action, Mumbai-based advocate Inderpal B Singh said in a video message released for the media. He had skipped the two earlier summons citing his "vulnerability" to Covid as the reason for non-compliance in his last communication . to the agency met Satpal Maharaj at his residence with a bouquet of flowers amid reports that the senior leader and a few other MLAs of the saffron party were sulking since Saturday as they were not happy with his election as the new leader of the BJP legislature party in Uttarakhand. Dhami later said there was no resentment anywhere. All those said to have been unhappy with the party high-command over its choice of new chief minister were present at the swearing-in ceremony and were sworn in as ministers. At 45, Dhami takes over as the youngest chief minister of Uttarakhand. A two-time MLA from Khatima in Udham Singh Nagar district, Dhami replaces Tirath Singh Rawat, who resigned . on Friday Dhami is considered to be close to Maharashtra Governor and former Uttarakhand chief minister Bhagat Singh Koshyari, who is his political mentor. Tanda village of Dhar district witnessed a horrific incident when two tribal sisters were badly assaulted with sticks by their relatives for allegedly chatting with their uncle's sons over phone, police said on Sun. day The victims, aged 19 and 20, were beaten up by their kin on June 22 in Pipalva village, located around 70 km from Dhar district headquarters, Tanda police station in-charge Vijay Vaskale said. According to Tanda police, the incident took place last month, but it came to fore after its video went viral on the social platform. Police swung into action and arrested 7 people , Tanda police station in-charge Vijay Vaskale said. In the video, several people, including a woman, were purportedly seen hitting the victims with sticks and dragging them by their hair. "On June 25, we came across a video in which two women were seen being beaten up. While verifying the clip, we came to know that their family members were involved in this," he said. The police found that the family members were A PIL for Syama Prasad Mookerjee monk turned lawyer'sPIL in Calcutta High Court seekAreasons behind the mysteriing ous death of Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee has stirred a hornet's nest in the Bharatiya Jana. ta Party The BJP, which calls the former barrister and academician its father figure, has done little to probe his death except talking about India's first industries minister at big events, lighting lamps and creating study centres which largely remain within files. Roy Samarjit Kolkata-based Chowdhury has asked for an inquiry commission headed by a retired chief justice of India. The application will come up for hearing , by the end of July 2021. Roy Chowd, hury who shared details of his petition with his reporter, said Mookerjee, who died on June 23, 1953, was detained without trial by Sheikh Abdullah's government after his arrest in Kathua on May 11, 1953. Farmers to protest outside Parl throughout Monsoon session A group of around 200 farmers will protest against the Centre's three farm laws outside Parliament every day during the Monsoon session, the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM) announced . on Sunday The umbrella body of over 40 farmer unions said at a press conference that two days before the session begins, a "chetavani patra (warning letter)" will be given to all opposition MPs to protest the laws inside the House. "We will also ask the opposition MPs on July 17 to raise the issue every day inside the House while we will sit outside in protest. We will tell them not to benefit the Centre by walking out of a session. Don't let the session run till the government addresses the issue," farmer leader Balbir ' ' " #' % & &$# &$ %" + & " , ##% % ' #" #% " & " , $(% #% % " ! !#%+ # Singh Rajewal said. Parliament's monsoon session is set to begin on July 19. "We will be protesting outside Parliament continuously till they hear our demands," Rajewal said. He added that five people from each farmer union would be taken to join the protest. The SKM also called for a nationwide protest on ' " %& $ %' $ ' " " %#! #% * July 8 against rising prices of petrol, diesel and LPG cylinders. It asked people to come out and park their vehicles along state and national highways from 10 am till 12 pm. "Whatever vehicle you have, trac, tor, trolley car, scooter, just bring it to the nearest state or national highway and park it there. Move over Twitter, Akhand Bharat is here Public memory may be short but social media is unforgiving; it has the uncanny knack of not letting bygones be bygones and will ferret out the most unpalatable controversy and give it a life of its own. So, even as Pushkar Singh Dhami was painstakingly counting the agonising minutes before the oath-taking as Uttarakhand's chief minister on Sunday, an old tweet from 2015 has surfaced, causing him a modicum of social embarrassment. The BJP leader had released a map of India a day before Independence Day in 2015, which was erroneous in many ways, but went unnoticed at the time. Many social media users have now pointed out that the image does not accurately depict India and does not account for foreign borders. Dhami's map of 'Akhand Bharat' - undivided India - has neighbouring countries within its ambit, which is not surprising " # & " " " & & $ ! # $ % #" $ #! " & # $! % # $ !' # "$! ! " #" ' ' $# # "#! !% ! ' # " ! $" " ! " given the underlying Sangh philosophy. But, it strangely omits Ladakh and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, which many in the saffron parivar would consider blasphemous. The image of Bharat Mata is at the centre of the saffron map, which carries the caption "Akhand Bharat - the desire of every Rshtrabhakt." Misrepresentation of the Indian map has always been a sticking point with the Centre - whatever the dispensation. But of late there is a zero tolerance for such transgressions and most recently, two po- angry over the women talking on phone to the sons of their maternal uncle, the official said. lice cases were filed against Twitter for carrying a distorted version of the Indiana map on its website. Last year, Twitter had depicted Leh as part of China. In February, the government had called out the World Health Organisation or WHO over the "wrong depiction" of India's map on its website. The world's top health body later put out a disclaimer. In January, the British Broadcasting Corporation or BBC had apol- ogised for the "mistaken use of an inaccurate map of India" and rectified it, media reports recounted. Jawhar Sircar, a former IAS officer and former CEO of Prasar Bharati, waded inro the controverssy, tweeting a screenshot of the six-year-old tweet and writing, "Shouldn't the BJP choose this man as India's foreign minister rather than the chief minister of a small state like Uttarakhand? After that, we can all move on to the Third World War." DNA is same, RSS chief allays Muslim fears Asserting that the DNA of all Indians is the same, Swayamsevak Rashtriya Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday urged muslims not to get "trapped in the cycle of fear" that Islam is in danger in India. Addressing an event organised by the Muslim Rashtriya Manch on the theme 'Hindustani First, Hindustan First', he said that people can't be differentiated on how they worship. He also took on those indulging in lynching, saying, "They are against Hindutava". Though at times, some false cases of lynching have been registered against people, Bhagwat said. "Don't get trapped in the cycle of fear that Islam is in danger in India," he said at the event. Underlining that development is not possible , without unity in the country the RSS chief stressed that the basis of unity should be nationalism and the glory of ancestors.The only solution to Hindu-Muslim conflict is dialogue, not discord, he said. "Hindu-Muslim unity is misleading as they're not different, but one. DNA of all Indians are same, irrespective of religion," Bhagwat said. "We . are in a democracy There can't be a dominance of Hindus or Muslims. There can only be the dominance of Indians." While beginning his speech, Bhagwat said he was attending the event neither for any image makeover nor for vote bank politics.