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Drone attack in Jammu Indian Air Force Base

On 27th June, 2020, two quadcopters/drones had attacked the Jammu Indian Air Force Base in the technical area that tenses the Indian security and intelligence agencies. The first quadcopter attacked the building roof with low intensity of impoverished explosive devices and didn’t cause any major loss, whereas, the second quadcopters exploded in the open area. It is really surprising how the quadcopters attacked the technical area which is very sensitive and properly guarded. It means there is a loop in surveillance and therefore, a proper mechanism is required to be sophistically developed to secure the sensitive areas. Even this attack may further encourage the attack on the civilian areas or sensitive arms and ammunition to create fear and havoc in the country.

In the meantime, the National Investigation Agency is assigned to investigate the quadcopters attack in the Jammu Indian Air Force Base. It is well known that most terrorist cases were resolved by this central agency and this case would also be resolved depending on how the attack was planned. 

Although the first instance shows that it was a terrorist attack as it was in the technical area. It indicates three reasons of explosion:

i. Some internal persons are involved to furnish the information of the sensitive areas due to which the first quadcopter exploded in the building.

ii. Firstly, it might be that a map of the areas was properly collected through satellites. It may be that some Pakistan terrorist organisation was directly involved. But Pakistan doesn’t have such sophisticated satellites. The Pakistan terrorist organisation might appear in this attack, however, the mastermind may be China. China always tried to bring chaos, disturbance and fear in India. India needs to face China on every front as it always acts as anti India and therefore, strong political will is the need of the hour in the international forum and on the international borders.

iii. The quadcopters or drones used in the explosion are so sophisticated that the target was hit successfully in trial.

It means Indian security agencies should have to investigate the attack properly, thereafter, the accused must be brought in court to punish in such a way that a lesson should be reached to all other anti-national activists or organisations. And if the perpetrators are from the foreign soil, they must be hit there to finish them forever.

On the other hand, anti drones lasers should be purchased from Israel as these are utilised there to prevent these types of attacks from Palestine. Even the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has developed anti-lesser drones but it has limitation to alert the drones encroachment up to two to four kilometers.

Additionally, Indian government would have to activate the Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) on the verge of Mossad. R&aw should activate its hit team to kill the head and mastermind of Pakistan terrorist organisations mostly operating from Pakistan’s soil. As it is obvious that the main moto of these terrorist organisations is always to jeopardise this country. 

At the same time, Indian Government needs to shift its policy to arrange all necessary efforts to save its spies in the foreign soil if they are arrested. Indian government is required to stand itself like Israeli Government which always saves their agents in any part of the world. 

Last but not least, research and development of different types of arms and ammunition is required to be produced to face unconventional wars. Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the R&D will certainly bring a vast change in the defence sectors. These three steps will certainly make this country strong enough to protect itself from any invasion.

Jammu and Kashmir

All party meeting of Jammu and Kashmir in Delhi on 24.06.2021

The Government of India invited an all party meeting of Jammu and Kashmir in Delhi which was held on 24.06.2021. Political leaders like Muhbooba Mufti, Farooq Abdula, Muzaffar Hussain Baig, etc were invited to bring normalcy in the region. In addition to this, a delimitation commision is set up to decide the delimitation of the constituency to bring proper representation as per law in the Jammu and Kashmir which is a union territory now. Therefore, the issue to delimilitation was also discussed in this meeting to build confidence  among the political parties.

Although the status of state of Jammu and Kashmir and Article 370, a special status given, was removed through amendment in the constitution by Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha and later consent was given by the President of India in August 2019. Before this action, the numbers of paramilitary and military were increased to maintain law and order in the region. During this period, curfew was properly imposed to avoid any protest and maintain the law and order in the region, as well as internet service and mobile services were properly halted. In addition to this, the Government of India precautionary either arrested most of the political leaders or put on house arrest. 

After the consent of the President of India for removal of Article 370, the status of state of Jammu and Kashmir was changed to two union territories, i.e; i) Jammu and Kashmir and ii) Ladakh. Additionally, Lieutenant Government, Manoj Sinha, announced a package of Rs. 20000 crores to boost the economy of the region in the same line of  special package of Rs. 20,00,000 announced for the country by the Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitaraman and State Minister, Anurag Thakur, to stimulate the Indian economy. The package brought a confidence among the Kashmiris to some extent as it generated employment and fulfilled necessary requirements of the common men of the region. 

On the other hand, Pakistan always tried to raise the Kashmir issue in the different world forum to futile the efforts of India which was indirectly supported by China and Malaysia. Although Pakistan raises the Human rights issue of Kashmiri people, it never cares about human rights violations in its own region like Balochistan where common men are killed brutally by the Pakistan Army. However, Indian leadership succeeded in failing the intention of Pakistan among the world communities except China and Malaysia. 

Indian Government always tried to convince the different world forum to avoid interfering in the Kashmir issue as it is an internal part of the country. Earlier Malaysian Prime Minister Mahatir Mohammed supported Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. India retaliated on the Malaysian action and therefore, Indian businessmen voluntarily banned the import of Palm oil from Malaysia. This drastic step of Indian businessmen brought a major turn in Malaysian Politics and therefore, Mahatir Mohammed had to resign from Prime Ministership. Currently, the Malaysian Prime Minister, Muhyiddin Yassin avoided interfering in Indian internal matters.

Indian Government’s second major step is that an all party meeting was called  to convince Jammu Kashmir’s political leaders to participate actively in the election to bring democracy. In the meantime, the Prime Minister of India said Delhi would take all the efforts to remove “Dilli ki doori as well as dil ki doori.” 

The enthusiastic participation of political leaders of Jammu and Kashmir in this meeting showed that they are also willing to bring development and democracy in the region. The media news quoted the Home Minister of India that the status of statehood of Jammu and Kashmir would be restored at the appropriate time which further proves that Delhi is not leaving any stone unturned. This multi efforts of Indian government shows the commitment that the region would very soon bring peace, development and democracy to build confidence among the common men. 

After this meeting, most political parties of Jammu and Kashmir’s region assured that they would participate in the election of the region to restore democracy which is a good sign for this country. The world communities would certainly rap Pakistan, China and Malaysia if Indian Government got success to bring peace, normalcy, development and democracy in the region.

Let’s hope for the best.

Jai Hind

Covishield vaccine first dose experiences

Experience with first dose of covishield

A journey to covid vaccination centre to vaccinate with covishield and its impact

Initially, Anand Kumar had least interest in inoculation with the covishield as the first dose was permitted for the people above 18 years old, however, a tweet of an IPS (Indian Police Service) officer said that in the year of 2020, the death was mostly of para-medical staff, doctors, police, senior citizens, etc. but in the year of 2021, seldom death news of these people comes because of double dose vaccinations. This tweet has totally removed the fear from Anand Kumar that inoculation may have side effects. After the arrival of the second wave in March 2021, He also found that most deaths reported in the news channels, social media, newspapers and even the report of the government sources are those who are above the age of 18 years and below 60 years old except the double doses inoculated people. His least interest in inoculating himself because of the proper trial was not completed due to limitation and urgent requirement.

As the second medical trial was completed and in place of the third trial, inoculation was totally launched among the common men to avoid delay in order to save life. In the first instance, it seems that it was not feasible but very soon it becomes clear that the decision was really compatible. Meanwhile, several high level officers of the central government department, state government officers, AIIMS director, doctors, Ministers, renowned persons, etc, came forward to inoculate themselves to boost up the confidence of the common men. 

It really boosted the confidence in very short duration among the common men and therefore, the crowd in the vaccination centre slowly started increasing. It is really a great step of the government of India and the State Government to create confidence and therefore, he also started searching the process of registration of inoculation. Meanwhile, a neighbour also got inoculated and he found that no side effects occurred to him. He tried many times to register himself for vaccination but in vain due to which he got irritated that the cowin website was not working well. Although R.S.Sharma, chairman of cowin, said in an interview that the cowin website didn’t have any issues and registration for vaccination continued in huge numbers. It shows that the higher level officers of Government of India and state governments always played a crucial role to convince that all issues were properly monitored.

He successfully registered himself on cowin but was unable to get a slot for inoculation. Meanwhile, his sister in law, Anjali, got inoculated with all the in-laws including her husband. His wife, Praveena, asked her sister if she could register his name for inoculation. He planned that firstly he would be inoculated, thereafter, his wife so that his two daughters couldn’t face any problems as there would be his wife to look after them if he did have any side effects. Anjali informed him that a slot had been booked and he would have to visit the vaccination centre on 08.05.2021 and she had sent the address of the centre and time was 9.00 am.

Anand was happy that he was going to be inoculated the next day. He reached the vaccination centre Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya Deendarpur, South West Delhi around 9.00 am and he found that so many vehicles were parked outside the school. As he parked his car on the side of the road, he thought that he had to wait around one hour to get inoculated. As he reached the gate of the school, he enquired the security guard whether he was at the address and his reply was affirmative which relaxed him a lot as he was a little bit confused for the vaccination centre address.

Anand found that the vaccination centre which was a school was completely changed in a fortress where so many Delhi Policemen were to monitor the crowd. He again enquired the room where he had to go. Meanwhile, a lady constable asked him whether he was registered on the cowin and when his reply was positive. She asked Anand to show the registration, as he showed the registration slip on his mobile, she guided him to go to Room No. 24, Class V. He went there and several civil defence volunteers were standing there with a distance of merely 10 meter. When he reached Room No. 5, he found that three people were in the queue to be inoculated and he also joined them. Within 5 minutes, his turn came and he entered the room where two volunteers were on the computer and one asked his registered mobile number. As Anand mentioned his registered mobile number 87xxxxxxxx, the volunteer checked it on the computer and thereafter, he asked for Anand’s aadhar card. As Anand showed his aadhar card, he noted the aadhar number and address in a notebook as well as on the computer. 

In the meantime, Anand found that a middle aged woman, perhaps a nurse as she was not in her dress, was inoculating the people patiently. He received a slip prior to inoculation which is required to show so that the middle aged woman could inoculate him. As he showed the slip, she instructed him in a sweet sound to sit on the stool. As he sat, she mentioned that a covishield would be given to him. He nodded his head to permit her to go ahead, she expertly injected the covishield in his left arm. He felt a small thorn was injected, the pain was meager. She gave him two paracetamol tablets to consume if he had a fever in the evening or the next day.

As he came out from the room, a civil defence volunteer came near and instructed him to wait for 20 minutes and if he didn’t have a physical issue, he might leave the camp. As he reached the waiting camp, it was covered with a tent in the open area of the school and fans, water, etc were properly arranged for the inoculated persons. He found that around 50 inoculated people were waiting in the camp and none had any issues. In the meantime, one civil defence volunteer came near Anand enquiring about his name, address, etc; and noted in a notebook. After ten minutes, another civil defence volunteer came to enquire if Anand had any issues and when his reply was negative, he requested Anand to wait at least 20 minutes before leaving the camp. He also guided Anand on how he could download the vaccination certificate from cowin. Anand tried to download the certificate there but didn’t get suçcess and therefore he called Anjali to do the same and within 15 minutes she sent the certificate. He didn’t have any issues and therefore after 20 minutes, he left the camp. He came back home and when his wife enquired if he had any problems after vaccination, his reply was negative. 

Although he had a little bit of pain in his body. His body didn’t permit him to do any work either in the office or at home.. He felt lazy, sleepy, and he even felt that he might have diabetic symptoms.  Though he avoided going to the diagnostic centre and neither disclosed it to his wife. Within a week, he started feeling well and recovered properly, thereafter, he asked his wife Praveena if she was interested in inoculation and she agreed. Anjali was given the task to get the slot and she informed them very soon that the slot was booked and the vaccination centre was in Najafgarh at 9.00 am. Praveena and Anand reached the centre where both found that it was a little bit over crowded in comparison to Deendarpur. After waiting around one hour in the queue, Praveena entered the vaccination room where she was inoculated and completed the formality of waiting of 20 minutes and received necessary guidance to consume paracetamol if she had any symptoms of fever. As both came back home, after one hour his wife complained that her body was a little bit warm.

She instantly consumed a paracetamol tablet to overcome the fever. It was around 5.00 pm the body temperature rose up to 102 degree. Anand mentioned the issue with an acquaintance, R.S.Nagra, a manager in a pharmaceutical company, and he suggested that a paracetamol tablet should be consumed whenever her body temperature rose. However, Anand used to give a spoon of Powergesic (homoeopathic medicine) three to four times a day in place of paracetamol as it didn’t have side effects. Consequently, she was scared, tears started coming out from her eyes to cheek in fear that she didn’t survive as her body was not responding well. Anand made all the efforts to convince her that she would recover very soon. As time passed, she overcame it and within a week, her condition improved. Later, Praveena and Anand came to the conclusion that, after the inoculation, the body responds depending upon the immune system of the body. If a person is healthy, he has less or negligible impact on the body, otherwise, one has to face some issues which could be ignored, therefore, it is necessary to inoculate all the citizens of this country so that coronavirus impact can be minimized.

This is the experience of the first dose of covishield and as the government has increased the gap between first and second dose of inoculation, Anand would be inoculated with the second dose in the last week of July 2021. He was eagerly waiting for it.

Initially, the gap between the first and second dose was merely four weeks which was later increased up to 8 weeks further increased up to 12 to 16 weeks. The Government of India claimed that it was more effective if the duration is 12 to 16 weeks as per the experts and research outcomes. No doubt, it may be the reason but the other reason may be that maximum people could be inoculated with the first dose as it would save precious lives. And as the first dose completes, the second dose would be started rapidly. Sometimes, it seems that the systems jeopardises or even sufficient jabs are not available. It is well known that India is a vast country where around 84 crores of people are to be inoculated and therefore, the systems may collapse or jeopardise for a short duration but the commitment of government certainly shows the outcomes that number of covid affected patients reduced from 4 lakh to 40 thousand per day in a short span.

The experience of the first dose of covishield is more or less good and the author would share the second dose experience very soon once inoculated.

Revised wage rate in Delhi from 01.04.2021

The government of the national capital territory of Delhi has revised the wage rate in Delhi on the basis of revision in the Annual consumer price index and the inflation rate is neutralized by the government with the increase of wage rate. An order, dated 18.06.2021, from the Labour department of Delhi has been issued in which the revised rate is shown as given below:

For clerical and supervisory staffs, the wage rate is in the given table:


Rates as on 01.10.2020
(per month)
in Rupees
Rates from 01.04.2021
(per month) 
in Rupees

Revised Rates per Day
in Rupees
2.Matriculates but below Graduation 1879719291742
Salary for non-matriculates, matriculates and graduation clerical and supervisory staff

S. No.

Rates as on 01.10.2020
(per month)
in Rupees
Rates from 01.04.2021
(per month) 
in Rupees

Revised Rates per Day
in Rupees
Wage rate for unskilled, skilled and skilled workers

It is well known that the pandemic has affected the common men of this country and the revision of wages will certainly be applauded by the workers and employees of Delhi. Within six months, oils whether used as fuel or edible have highly been augmented which reduces the real purchasing power of the employees.

Even medical expenses are almost raised in every household and this step of the Delhi government certainly relieves the bread earners to a great extent. However, the expenses of employers may be affected and other sources of revenues may be sought.

It is also the truth that most employers have retrenched the employees in their units and therefore, it won’t affect too much. If the employee is happy and has a standard level of wages, it will have a positive effect on productivity.

Wage rate revision must also be followed by the other states as the government’s main aim is the welfare of society and not to earn profits. Profit may be the principle of private organizations.

Signed copy may be downloaded.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni: A Cricket Legendary

Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Mahendra Singh Dhoni

On 15th August 2020, when the whole country was busy for the celebration of Independence Day, Mahendra Singh Dhoni announced his retirement from Cricket. The news of retirement surprised his fans and therefore, the social media was full of wishing and missing him from cricket.

Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi hoisted the National Flag at Red Fort. Thereafter, he addressed the Nation which was enthusiastic, energetic and visionary for the Indians’. 

After the Prime Minister speech at Red Fort, experts were analysing the Prime Minister’s speech. Suddenly, the trend of social media was changed due to the announcement of the retirement of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Hemant Soren
Hemant Soren

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