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Centre places Srinagar on international aviation map

SRINAGAR: Jammu & Kashmir is set to get onto the international aviation map with the civil aviation ministry okaying the launch of the first commercial flight between Srinagar and Sharjah in the UAE in about a month.
“This is a historic step both for J&K and its people. Foreign travellers will soon be able to arrive directly in Srinagar,” civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said at a joint press conference with J&K lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha. The media interaction followed a detailed review of all aviation matters related to the J&K, by Sinha and Scindia.

 

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Imagine saying the headline irl with a straight face in light of current events.

Mauni Baba was also at this event and took a watered down swipe at those who see the human raitas of Jihadi but not of his kuffar victim.

Expressing concern about “selective outrage” over human rights, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that viewing human rights from a political lens is dangerous for democracy.

“Some people characterise human rights from their own perspective these days. They see human rights violations in some cases but not in other similar cases. We have to be wary of such people,” PM Modi said at an event to mark the 28th Foundation Day of the National Human Rights Commission. Union Home Minister Amit Shah and NHRC Chairperson and former Supreme Court judge Arun Mishra also spoke at the event.

“Looking at human rights with an eye on political gains and loss harms these rights as well as democracy. Selective behaviour is harmful to democracy and tarnishes the nation’s image. We must be wary of such politics,” Modi added.
 

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