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Asian Games: Manjit Singh wins gold, Jinson Johnson bags silver in men's 800m; PV Sindhu becomes first Indian to win silver in Badminton
@airnewssIndia clinched 9 more medals at the Asian Games in Indonesia today. In Athletics, Manjit Singh won gold in men's 800 metres while Jinson Johnson took silver.
Ace shuttler PV Sindhu created history by becoming the first Indian to win a Silver medal in Badminton. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated P V Sindhu for the feat. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, her accomplishment makes 125 crore Indians happy and proud. In yet another good performance in track and field, India finished second in the first ever mixed 400m relay race event, and got a silver. Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore congratulated the relay team for their fabulous show of talent.
India also settled for two Silver medals in Archery as both the Compound Men's and Women's teams lost to South Korea in their respective Finals. India bagged two medals in Kurash, a form of wrestling indigenous to central Asia, with Pincky Balhara winning a silver and Malaprabha Yallappa Jadhav bagged a bronze, both in women's 52 kg. category. The Indian Men's Table Tennis team had to content with a Bronze after losing to South Korea 0-3, in the semi-finals. In other action, India mauled Sri Lanka 20-nil in yet another goal festival in Men's hockey. They will now face Malaysia in the semi-finals tomorrow. The Indian Women's Hockey Team registered their fourth consecutive victory in Pool B today as they defeated Thailand 5-0. With today's 9 medal haul, India now have 50 medals in its kitty comprising 9 Gold, 19 Silver and 22 Bronze and are now placed 8th in the table. China continues to the top the tally with Japan second and South Korea third.
Citizens of New Delhi protest against brazen arrest of human rights activists by Maharashtra Police.
Activists claim ‘darkest period’ in Indian history, undeclared emergency on full swing.
Organisations demand immediate release of activists, professors, journalists, environmentalists and demand an end to persecution of dalits and adivasis of the country.
30 August 2018, New Delhi: A group of activists, intellectuals, lawyers, scientists, journalists, feminists, students, cultural groups and progressive citizens protest at Maharashtra Bhavan, New Delhi on 29 August 2018. The protest was called against unlawful arrests of 5 Human Rights activists Sudha Bharadwaj, Varavara Rao, Vernon Gonzalves, Arun Ferreira and Gautam Navlakha. People from various professions condemned the outrageous act of Maharashtra Police which raided the houses of activists including Father Stan Swamy (Jharkhand), Prof. K. Satyanarayana (Telangana), journalist Kranthi Tekula, KV Kumaranath, Anand Teltumbde and Adv. Susan Abraham on the same day.
Scientist and Activist Gauhar Raza, Dr. Sunilam (National Convener, NAPM), Rakhi Sehgal (NTUI), Priya Pillai (WSS), Poonam Kaushik (PMS), Sideshwar Shukla (CITU), former DGP (Uttar Pradesh) SR Darapuri, Shamshul Islam (Nishant Natya Manch), Mohit Pandey (Former President, JNUSU), Aparna (IFTU) and others addressed the media and expressed their anger on the targeted attacks on human rights defenders. Activists exposed some of the media houses who have been defaming the reputed activists in nexus with the state machinery. Rakhi Sehgal and Priya Pillai (who were with Adv. Sudha Bharadwaj till the time she reached home at 3 am) narrated the whole incident of the arrest and the complete violation of laws by Maharashtra police. Despite the orders from HC the police arrested and kept her in custody till midnight.
The protesters called this situation as ‘undeclared emergency’ where culprits/criminals like representatives from Sanatan Sanstha roam freely and innocent people are being raided and arrested. Activists demand release of all illegally arrested activists including Rona Wilson, Sudhir Dhawale, Surendra Gadling,Shoma Sen and Mahesh Raut who are behind the bars since June. Citizens warned the government to mend its ways and withdraw all the false cases imposed on the activists.
Representatives from Delhi Solidarity Group, National Campaign for People’s Right to Information, National Alliance of People’s Movements, Pragatisheel Mahila Sangathan, Women against Sexual Violence and State Repression, Saheli, Indian Federation of Trade Unions, Pinjra Tod, Krantikari Yuva Sangathan, JNU Student Union, People’s Union for Civil Liberties, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, Center of Indian Trade Unions, Committee for Protection and Democratic Rights, National Trade Union Initiative and other organisations expressed unwavering solidarity with these activists.
A memorandum to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra submitted via Resident Commissioner is attached below.