Maldives Foreign Minister Abdulla Shahid spoke in Hindi and said that amid COVID-19, India has been supportive friend. "An epidemic (COVID) that forced us to close borders, but our friends proved that it couldn't force them to close doors to their heart. Even in times like these, India remained a great friend," said Maldives Foreign Minister.
A Sikh from South Kashmir has become an overnight music sensation in the valley. The 28-year-old drew public attention through his effortless singing in Kashmiri language. Harkishan Singh Sanam holds a postgraduate degree in music from Shri Guru Granth Sahib World University in Punjab. His song 'Yale janane balam teli balam dilo bemaroo' has been shared and liked by thousands on Facebook. Although, the song has been originally sung by Ravindra Kachroo and then, Shameema Dev. But Sanam's style of singing has helped him to popularize the song particularly among the young generation in Kashmir. Harkishan Singh Sanam's Mother said, "There is full support from my side. And not only I, the whole family is supporting him; the entire Tral is giving him support." Harkishan Singh Sanam said that he believes in making one's profession one's addiction. He said, "Everything is an addiction, the way music is mine, Businessman is addicted to business, and mechanic is addicted to machinery, so you should make your aim your addiction. And if you make your profession your addiction then platform will come to you, you don't have to go to it."
Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha inaugurated Police Premier League (PPL) T-20 cricket tournament in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar. Director General of Police (DGP) of J-K, Dilbag Singh was also present in the event. 16 teams from Srinagar are participating in the tournament. "16 teams from Srinagar are participating in it. We want youth and children to have some relaxed and healthy moments," DGP said.
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on Saturday said that he was not against the operations being carried out by security forces in the valley but against the loss of innocent lives during those operations. "The Army has agreed that the three persons who were killed in Shopian were killed by mistake and the government should provide a huge compensation in this case," Abdullah said. Yesterday, Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane had said that the investigation into the Amshipora case will be conducted with utmost fairness and will be taken to their logical conclusion. Meanwhile, the Army said that the inquiry ordered by the Army authorites into Operation Amshipora has concluded adding that during the operation, powers vested under the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) 1990 were exceeded.
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