Hundreds of poor migrant workers have begun fleeing Kashmir to return to their villages in northern and eastern India after a complete security lockdown was imposed in the disputed Himalayan region.
Some complained that their Kashmiri employers did not pay them any salary as security forces began imposing tight travel restrictions over the weekend and asked them to leave their jobs.
Jagdish, who uses one name, said workers walked for miles on a highway and hitched rides on army trucks and buses from Srinagar to Jammu, a distance of 160 miles.
The fleeing workers crowded the railway station at Jammu waiting for trains.
Indian authorities has clamped a complete shutdown on Kashmir as they scrapped the state’s special privileges and divided it into 2 union territories.
Juventus have accepted Tottenham’s €70 million (£65m/$78m) bid for striker Paulo Dybala, sources tell Goal.
The player is now set for talks with Spurs over contract terms as a move to the Premier League grows closer.
The 25-year-old has developed into one of Juve’s top players since his 2015 arrival from Palermo, helping the club to the Serie A title in all four of his seasons with the Bianconeri.
But Dybala has seen his future called into question after he took on a diminished role with Juventus last season following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Argentina international scored 10 goals in all competitions for Juve in 2018-19, down from 26 the previous season and 19 the campaign before that.
Dybala has been linked with a move to Manchester United, but talks over a swap deal involving Dybala and Romelu Lukaku have now ended, with Inter back in pole position to land the Belgian.
Mario Mandzukic was also involved in those discussions, but the Croatian is now unlikely to move to Old Trafford following the breakdown of talks between United and Juventus.
For Spurs, Dybala’s arrival would be a major statement following the cash infusion they gained from reaching last season’s Champions League final.
Spurs fell to Liverpool in the European showpiece in Madrid, but they are now eager to spend some of the money they earned from that run.
Tottenham have already made two signings this summer: Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon and Jack Clarke from Leeds, though Clarke has been loaned back to the Championship side for 2019-20.
Ndombele’s signing was the first incoming transfer for Spurs since they landed Lucas Moura from Paris Saint-Germain in January 2018.
A female MP in Kenya has been kicked out of parliament in the capital, Nairobi, for taking her baby into the chamber.
Zulekha Hassan said she had “had an emergency” and had to take her baby to work.
Parliamentary proceedings which were aired live by the Kenyan public broadcaster, KBC, were temporarily disrupted when she walked into the chamber carrying her child.
The deputy speaker had the difficult task of controlling MPs as some began shouting and others could be seen shoving each other.
He ordered Kwale county women’s representative out of the chamber, saying her move was “unprecedented”.
Ms Hassan told journalists that parliament had still not set up a family room despite agreeing to do so in 2013.
“I have tried really hard not to come with the baby, but today I had an emergency; what was I supposed to do? If parliament had a nursery or a creche I would be able to put my baby there.”
“Now as we ask for more women to come into parliament, you need to provide a family friendly atmosphere.”
According to the house rules, “strangers” are not allowed into the chamber, children included.
The drama has started a debate on social media. Some have been praising the MP, pointing to other countries allow babies in parliament, but other tweeters accuse her of being an attention seeker.
This attention seeker Kwale Woman Representative Zulekha Hassan walked into the chamber with a baby. She is unschooled, she isn’t serious with the house.
President Donald Trump has called the recent mass shootings in the US “evil attacks” that are crimes “against all humanity” and said unity must replace hatred in society.
Mr Trump gave a speech from the White House following weekend shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, that left 29 people dead and dozens wounded.
He called the shootings “barbaric slaughters”.
Mr Trump said “in one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy”.
He urged Democrats and Republicans to set aside partisanship and find solutions to violence.
This little girl is in servere labour pains and from the look of things she can not make it by herself. C/S is required of her and the cost is beyond her reach.
According to Masengen, her parents are dead. Worse-still the young man that raped her is no where to be found. Now She is helpless and hungry in the hospital asking for help.
The 10-year-old Orphan finally gave birth to a baby girl after hours of plea by a good Samaritan named Mr. Ukan as well as others.