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BSF recovers damaged Chinese-made drone in Punjab’s Tarn Taran.

BSF recovers damaged Chinese-made drone in Punjab’s Tarn Taran.

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The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it will hear a plea on forest fires in Uttarakhand on May 8, where 910 such events have happened since November 1 of last year, causing forest damage of approximately 1145 hectares.The matter was heard by a bench of Justices B R Gavai and Sandeep Mehta.An counsel who has filed an impleadment application in the case informed the court that over 44% of the forests in Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region were on fire, with 90% of the fires being man-made.I’m going to tell your Lordships something shocking. Carbon is flying everywhere.

According to the lawyer, 90% of the situation is man-made, and the current reports are quite depressing. 44 percent of Kumaon’s forests are on fire.You indicated 44 percent were under fire, the bench inquired.The lawyer replied affirmatively, stating that the entire land is covered in pine trees.

Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra is scheduled to visit Bangladesh on Wednesday to assess bilateral relations and prepare for a possible visit to India by Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, according to sources familiar with the subject.Kwatra will meet with his Bangladeshi colleague Masud Bin Momen in Dhaka to discuss all aspects of bilateral relations and measures to strengthen them, according to sources.The foreign secretary is also likely to contact Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud.According to the persons listed above, Kwatra’s tour is also intended to prepare the ground for Prime Minister Hasina’s upcoming travel to India in June.Mahmud visited India in February. It was his first bilateral abroad travel since Hasina came to power for a fifth term.

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