The European Union warned the Taliban, said – if they gain power through violence, this will be the result…

The European Union has warned that the Taliban would be isolated from the international community if they took power through violence. The Taliban have also conquered Herat and Kandahar, 130 km from Kabul. On Thursday, European Union foreign policy chief Yosep Borrell issued a statement saying, “If power is seized by force and an Islamic emirate is established If so, the Taliban will not be recognized and will have to face international non-cooperation. Afghanistan’s instability will also face the possibility of continuing the fighting.” Borrell said the EU wants to continue to partner and support the Afghan people, but that support will be subject to a peaceful and inclusive agreement and respect for the fundamental rights of all Afghan people, including women, youth and minorities. Afghan Borrell stressed that the progress made in the status of women and girls over the past two decades, especially in the field of education, should be protected. He called for an immediate halt to violence in Afghanistan and the start of peace talks with the government in Kabul. Appealed. Borrell has also appealed to the government of Afghanistan to resolve their political differences and increase the representation of all parties and talk to the Taliban unitedly.(Photo Courtesy News18 English)

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Russia warns of spreading West Nile virus, know everything about it

Moscow. In the midst of the Corona virus epidemic, now the threat of a new epidemic has arisen. Russia has warned of a possible increase in West Nile virus (WNV) infections this autumn, as mild temperatures and heavy rainfall will create favorable conditions for the mosquitoes that transmit it.

West Nile virus is a virus originally from Africa. Now it has spread to Asia, Europe and North America. This WNV is mainly transmitted through mosquito bites. This can lead to fatal neurological diseases in humans.

More than 80% of West Nile fever cases have been reported in the southwest region of Russia. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there is no vaccine available against this virus for humans, although there is a vaccine against this virus for horses.

  • What is this West Nile virus?

    This West Nile virus is a contagious disease that is spread by infectious mosquitoes. The disease is transmitted to birds and then to humans by the bite of an infected Culex mosquito, and can also cause fatal neurological diseases in humans. According to the World Health Organization, this virus causes West Nile fever in about 20% of cases. This virus is related to the dengue, zika and yellow fever viruses.

  • Symptoms of West Nile Virus

    People infected with West Nile virus usually have no or mild symptoms. Symptoms of this disease include headache, fever, skin rash, body aches and swollen lymph glands. Symptoms of this virus can last from a few days to several weeks and usually, these symptoms go away on their own.

  • From where did it originate?

    According to the WHO, the virus was first identified in a woman in the West Nile district of Uganda in the year 1937. WNV was identified in the year 1953 in birds (crows and Columbiformes/ pigeons) in the Nile Delta region.

  • When can West Nile virus become dangerous?

    West Nile virus can be very dangerous and deadly if it enters the brain. This disease can also cause inflammation of the brain, which is called encephalitis. Or, as an inflammation of the tissue that surrounds the spinal cord and brain is called meningitis.

  • Who are at risk of this virus?

    Children, older people and people with weakened immune systems are more prone to this disease.

  • What is the treatment for West Nile virus?

    So far, there are no specific treatments or vaccines for this West Nile disease for humans. Avoiding the bites of these mosquitoes is the best way to avoid this virus infection. Treatment of the disease is supportive for patients with neuro-invasive West Nile virus which often includes intravenous fluids, hospitalization, prevention of secondary infections, and respiratory support.

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    North Korean dictator Kim Jong’s changed look, people are surprised to see photos

    According to the report, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s weight has reduced by 10 to 20 kilograms, and with this, the speculations about his health have been revived. (Photo- AP)

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    The royal family left for love, now the princess of Japan is marrying a common boy

    Princess Mako (29) is the daughter of Prince Akishino, brother of the current King Naruhito of Japan. She has decided to marry her lover, Komuro. After marriage, they are preparing to settle in America. When this marriage will take place, it has not been revealed yet. However, the royal family has also agreed to this marriage.

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    France america submarines row uk defense ministers meeting canceled

    Paris. The differences between the United States and France regarding submarines are deepening. Now the meeting of the defense ministers of France and Britain has been cancelled. In the past, there has been a deal in the US-UK and Australia regarding the security of the Indo-Pacific region, under which America and Britain are going to give nuclear submarines to Australia. France is angry with this thing, because France claims that Australia has canceled the submarine deal with France after the pact with America and Britain. French President Emmanuel Macron can also raise this issue in a meeting with US President Joe Biden.
    President Emmanuel Macron will hold talks with US President Joe Biden in the coming days amid a political crisis between his country and the US after Australia’s abrupt cancellation of a submarine deal with France. Government spokesman Gabriele Atal said the request for a phone conversation came from Biden. He said that earlier everyone was ‘shocked’ and ‘angry’ but now it is time to move on.

    AUKUS deal: France furious with America and Australia, recalled ambassadors for the first time
    What is the whole matter?
    In fact, Australia signed a 90 billion Australian dollar ($66 billion) agreement with the French government-owned naval company in 2016 to build 12 conventional diesel-electric submarines. Now Australia has signed a new agreement with the US and Britain for eight nuclear-powered submarines. France says that it was not told anything about this agreement before. Paris on Friday withdrew its ambassadors from Washington and Australia in protest against Australia’s abrupt cancellation of a submarine deal with France.

    Earlier, angered by the AUKUS Agreement, France had diplomatically withdrawn its ambassadors from America and Australia. The AUKUS agreement ended the $43 billion deal between France and Australia. Angered by the AUKUS agreement, France accused US President Joe Biden of stabbing him in the back, saying he was behaving like former President Donald Trump.
    This is not the first time that there have been differences between France and America over an issue. Similar differences have been seen between the two countries, from many global issues to the time of the Iraq War in 2003. Despite the differences between the two countries many times, Paris never called back its ambassadors from Washington. Given the displeasure of France, it is difficult to predict when the ambassador will return to America and Australia.

    Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday that France knew we had a ‘deep and serious concern’ that the submarine fleet Paris was building would not be able to meet Australian needs. (with agency input)

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    Sushmita Dev will reach Rajya Sabha unopposed, BJP did not field a candidate against TMC

    West Bengal BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari has said that the party will not field any candidate against Trinamool Congress’s Sushmita Dev in the Rajya Sabha bypolls. Suvendu Adhikari said in a tweet on Monday,…

    Bangladesh reaches the United Nations, urges India to resolve the maritime boundary dispute

    Dhaka. The Bangladesh government has now reached the United Nations after failing to resolve the maritime boundary with India in the Bay of Bengal for the last several decades. The Bangladesh government has appealed to the United Nations to help resolve the dispute with India. It is being told that the Permanent Mission of Bangladesh to the United Nations on Monday filed two appeals against India before the UN Secretary General. Bangladesh has opposed India’s claim of a straight baseline in the Bay of Bengal. Turkish news agency Anadolu has given this information citing sources. The agency quoted former Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque as saying, “This issue between the two neighboring countries has been hanging for the last several years. Even after several talks so far, both the sides have failed to resolve this border dispute.

    Haq said, ‘Now both sides have gone to the United Nations and we hope that the world’s largest platform will provide a lasting solution.’ However, he said that Bangladesh has fulfilled its role by filing its petition before the United Nations and will now face the process of mediation in the UN. Earlier in April, the Government of India had opposed Bangladesh’s baseline by sending a letter to the United Nations.

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    Chaudhry Rafikul Abrar, an expert on international affairs at Dhaka University, says the Bay of Bengal is a wonderful resource for Bangladesh and its absolute sovereignty over its legal maritime territory is linked to the country’s sovereignty. He appealed to India to follow the rules of the maritime law of the United Nations in the resolution of disputes. He said that both India and Bangladesh are friendly countries and will accept any decision of the United Nations.

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    Delhi: Residents of Mundka stage indefinite dharna on Rohtak road for better roads people upset due to 15 km long Traffic jam

    Local residents, troubled for several months over the problem of water logging in Mundka, the village of former Delhi Chief Minister Sahab Singh Verma, sat on an indefinite dharna on the national highway leading to Tikri border near Mundka metro station on Monday morning. Due to this, the Delhi-Haryana National Highway (Rohtak Road) was blocked for about 15 km.

    The pedestrians are facing difficulties due to the dharna and jam. People who left for their offices in the morning are stranded everywhere and the protesters are adamant on the demand of concrete assurance from Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Under the leadership of former Chief Minister Verma’s brother and former Mayor Azad Singh, a large number of people of the village are sitting on a dharna. A large number of women are also included in this.

    In view of the heavy jam on the road, Delhi Traffic Police has started diverting traffic by closing the roads on both the sides. Along with this, senior police officers are trying to solve the matter by talking to the villagers.

    Local resident Roshan Lal Lakra told that there is no drainage system not only in the village but also on the main roads. Because of this, the Rohtak National Highway often gets jammed due to water logging only when there is light rain. It takes people two to three hours to travel two-three kilometers.

    He said that many times dharnas and demonstrations were held regarding this problem in the past and the officials concerned gave assurances of concrete action, but they have not been implemented so far, due to which there has been a lot of displeasure among the people.

    Delhi Traffic Police tweeted, “Due to the demonstration below Mundka metro station, traffic on both sides has been closed. Traffic has been diverted from Nangloi water tank towards Najafgarh and from Ghevra turn towards Kanjhawala.”

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    Canada elections will justin trudeau brazenness backfire all you need to know

    Toronto. Voters in Canada are going to vote on Monday to elect the country’s 44th parliament. A lot is at stake for Canada’s Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whose popularity has declined drastically. He has been put in big trouble by Conservative leader Erin O’Toole. All pre-election surveys have shown a close contest between Erin O’Toole and Justin Trudeau. In every survey, Justin Trudeau’s party has been shown to lag behind its rival. Therefore, there is a possibility that this time the right-wing party may come to power in Canada.

    According to Canadian government figures, more than 27 million people are going to take part in this year’s general election. In which about 57 lakh people have already cast their votes through ballot papers. According to a pre-election survey, neither the Liberals nor the right-wing parties are likely to have the necessary 38% public support for a majority. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had announced early elections in the country to get an absolute majority, but election surveys have found that people are angry with the Justin Trudeau government over the Kovid-19 crisis and the Afghanistan issue.

    India-Pakistan foreign ministers to face-to-face in New York, SAARC meeting to be held on 25th

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced to hold elections two years in advance to get an absolute majority for his ‘Left-Centre’ government, but it is believed that less seats than the elections held in 2019, Justin Trudeau’s party can get .

    What is the reason for holding elections now?

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    Captain out, now Gehlot’s turn? Political agitation increased in Rajasthan due to reshuffle of Punjab

    By replacing Captain Amarinder Singh with Charanjit Singh Channi as the new CM, the Congress may have tried to stop the ongoing ruckus in the Punjab unit, but the party has to bear the brunt of this internal strife in Rajasthan as well.

    flood waters enter government hospital in central mexico 16 patient died

    Tula (Mexico). A flash flood caused by heavy rain in central Mexico entered a hospital on Tuesday morning. During this, many life-saving devices were shut down due to the power supply shutdown. In this way 16 patients died. National Institute of Social Security (INSS) gave this information.

    Posting on the social media site, INSS said that 40 patients have been rescued in the incident. The main city of Tula, about 60 miles (100 kilometers) north of Mexico City, was rapidly flooded with floodwaters and a government hospital in the morning, among other areas.

    Massive fire breaks out in Indonesian prison, 40 prisoners killed

    In a video recorded inside the hospital, hospital workers were seen taking out patients in knee-deep water. On Tuesday, emergency personnel evacuated the hospital and took the patients to other hospitals through ambulances.

    INSS director Joe Robledo said that the water supply disrupted the electricity supply to the area and the hospital’s generator was also turned off. He told that there were 56 patients in the hospital, out of which about half were Kovid-19 patients.

    7.4 magnitude earthquake hits Mexico, tsunami warning

    Rescuers and firefighters and soldiers rescued people trapped due to floods in Tula by boat. The central market of the city is completely in the grip of floods. (agency input)

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    Actress Ayesha Sharma misbehaved during security check at Delhi airport, serious allegations against CISF personnel

    Actress Ayesha Sharma of ‘Satyamev Jayate’ and ‘Baba Ki Chowki’ fame has accused security agencies of misbehaving during the investigation at the Delhi airport. He constantly shared with his Twitter handle.