Open doors for girls
According to Dainik Bhaskar’s announcement, for the first time in the country, soldiers have been opened for school students. Captain Manoj Pandey, Uttar Pradesh Sainik School, located in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, has been given admission to girl students.
In the academic session 2018-19, 15 students from different classes of 2,500 students have been selected for Class 9. The family background of the students is different. The father of these students is also a farmer with doctors, police, teachers and families. Uday Pratap Singh said that the Uttar Pradesh government had given a proposal to give girls admission in military school last year.
According to Hindustan, 24-year-old Pakistani fast bowler Hasan Ali, on Saturday, had an objection on the Wagah Border that the Border Security Force (BFF) was wrong.
According to the newspaper, BSF may also file complaint for this. Indeed, Hasan Ali made some gestures towards the BSF jawans and Indians in the colorful and passionate program (flag-down parade ceremonies) flag hoisting at the Wagah border.
Hasan Ali broke the protocol and came in the middle of Parade Seremani and directed the BSF exactly as it is between the Pak Rangers and the BSF jawans. According to the protocol, no ‘common citizen’ can participate in this parade.
The Pakistan cricket team, which came to the training camp before the tour of Ireland, had come to the Wagah Border on Saturday.
Flags of India and Pakistan carry flag-down parade ceremonies on the Attari-Wagah border every day. During this time both the armies carry their national flag daily according to the rules. To see this Sreemani, the common citizens of both countries gather at their respective borders. This serame is being done since 1959.
Born in Mandi Bahauddin in the Punjab province of Pakistan, Hassan Ali is a very fast hand bowler. He started his international career against Pakistan in August 2016 against Ireland. Hasan Ali has played 30 ODIs and has taken 62 wickets.
Chief Justice opposes
According to the Indian Express, senior advocate and Congress leader Kapil Sibal has said that he will not go to the court of Chief Justice Justice Deepak Mishra from Monday. He said that many of his cases are in the Chief Justice’s court, but he will not go to his court till he retires.
On being asked why the former minister P. Chidambaram did not sign the impeachment motion, Kapil Sibal said, “We did not ask to sign Chidambaram because some of his cases are pending and I am his lawyer. It will be a big blow, because now I’m not going to the Chief Justice’s court.