This video is about Fake news of big snake or python snake in Himayat Baugh, Delhi Gate, #Aurangabad. I have asked some people and visitors about this who have been visiting this place for so many years but haven’t saw or heard any such snake. I have also embedded the original video of the snake used to edit the fake video.
Child labour is a deep rooted problem in India. The fundamental cause of this evil is poverty that forces families to push their children to work for a living. Though laws have been formed by the government, stricter action still needs to be taken to tackle this problem.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) launched ‘World Day Against Child Labour’ and is observerd on June 12 in 2002 to tackle the global issue of child labour however to grab global attention to the terrifying figures of child labour, shared some of these figures in their World Day Against Child Labour program this year.
Check out these figures by the ILO on child labour:
- 152 million children involved in child labour worldwide, 73 million perform hazardous work.
- Hazardous labour comprises of working in manual scavenging, construction, agriculture, mines, factories, as street hawkers, domestic help, etc.
- Such labour, the ILO points out, “endangers the health, safety and moral development of children,”. Not only that, it also takes away a normal childhood and proper education from the children.
- Hazardous child labour affects 45 million boys and 28 million girls around the world.
- In recent years, the number of children between the ages of five and 11 involved in hazardous labour has increased to 19 million.
ILO’s agenda :
“Children are more vulnerable to risk than adults. Urgent action is needed to ensure no child under the age of 18 is in hazardous child labour,” said ILO Director-General Guy Ryder.
On this World Day Against Child Labour, a joint campaign has been launched with World Day for Safety and Health at Work (SafeDay) to improve the safety and health of young workers and end child labour.
The campaign also aims to “accelerate action to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 8.8 of safe and secure working environments for all workers by 2030 and SDG target 8.7 of ending all forms of child labour by 2025,”.
Here are the things you can do to help eradicate child labour:
- Report if you see a child working.
- Help parents to understand the importance of Education and harmful effects of child labour.
- Support NGO’s and other welfare organizations who help to support childrens against child labour.
Razan al-Najar (Razan Ashraf Abdul Qadir al-Najjar), 21 years old, shot dead by Israel sniper Rebecca.
She was a resident of Khuzaa, a village near the border with Israel.
Palestinian nurse ( paramedic student) Khan Younis at Nasser hospital volunteering in the Gaza health ministry.
She became an active member of the Palestinian Medical Relief Society, a non-governmental health organization.
She wore the white coat of the medics and a medics vest with bandages, and was attending those wounded during protests at the border fence between Gaza and Israel during Ramadan.
She was fatally shot in the chest by Israeli soldiers as she tried to help evacuate wounded near Israel’s border fence with Gaza
On June 2, 2018, a group of agencies at United Nations in New York City issued a press release expressing their anguish over her death, calling al-Najjar “a clearly identified medical staffer,” and it stated the killing of the nurse to be “particularly reprehensible.”
Here is a video which i have posted on my YouTube Channel.
Israeli military spokepersons responded but provided no official report on the shooting; they did say that the facts would be investigated. Israel had repeatedly warned that anyone approaching the fence risked death. The Gazans were calling this a peaceful protest while the Israelis referred to the protests as riots. The protests began March 30, 2018. On June 1st a UN Security Council resolution proposed condemning the state of Israel for use of “excessive, disproportionate and indiscriminate force” against Palestinian protesters at the border fence. It was vetoed by a permanent member of the UN security council and key ally of Israel, the United States.
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You might not have heard of Ali Banat, a young Muslim man from Sydney, Australia, who lived a lavish lifestyle, with plenty of designer clothes and flashy cars. Three years ago, he was diagnosed with cancer and immediately decided to distribute his wealth.
Yesterday, he passed away.
Those who came to know him after his Gifted With Cancer video went viral are now mourning his death and donating money to his charity Muslims Around the World (MATW).
At the moment, a cool $1,041,438 (£589,243) has been raised, with more donations pouring in by the second.
So who exactly is Ali Banat?
Ali was from Greenacre in Sydney’s south-west and made a comfortable living, running a successful business. In his Gifted with Cancer video, he showed off his bedroom which was lined with Louis Vuitton shoes, the only brand of footwear he wore, and a bracelet costing $60,000 (£33,945). One of his cars included a Ferrari Spider worth $600,000 (£339,237.50).
But as soon as he got sick, he realised none of it meant anything to him. ‘When you find out you’re sick or you don’t have much time to live, this is the last thing you want to chase. And that’s how we should live our lives everyday,’ he said.
He was told he had seven months to live but instead lived for another three years, a time which he dedicated to doing good. His organisation MATW Project has helped thousands of people across a number of countries including Togo, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. Ali visited various countries in Africa himself and worked hard to find sponsors so 100% of the donations could go to the project and not be divided with administrative fees.
With the money, MATW aimed to build villages for over 200 widows, a mosque, a school to house 600 orphans, a mini hospital/medical centre, and businesses to support the local community. Muslims and beyond are now backing the charity as they remember his life and all the important work he did.
One Twitter user wrote: ‘For most people, myself included, cancer would’ve been the breaking of me. However, for brother Ali Banat it was the making of him. Truly an inspiration to many. May Allah grant him a place in the highest ranks of Jannah (heaven).’
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My answer to a random question on Quora. Is Aurangabad developing.?
I really don’t think so.
The last time i heard about the development of Aurangabad City is almost 10 years ago. It’s said to be the fastest growing city in Asia for many reasons viz., MIDC Industries was booming the city, Companies like Skoda, Ford & Maruti has step their foot in manufacturing goods and service in the city, Multiplexes like PVR & Fame Cinemas and Prozone Shopping Mall have been greatly welcomed by the residents of the city.
And Yes, Aurangabadians, have all of this today but there is a lot to dofor the city to get its title back of ‘One of the Fastest Growing City in Asia’
There are many reasons why today Aurangabad City is among the slowest developing city in Asia. And they are as follows :
- No proper roads and too much potholes on roads.
- Often switched off street lights, electric poles on roads and open Electric DP’s in the city.
- Too much dust on the roads. This has increased the number of cases of accidents and blur vision/improper functioning of the eyes.
- No proper pipeline, drainage and chamber system. The drinking water often get mixed up with the drainage pipelines.
- No proper place for dustbins and also no place for dumping waste and garbage. Poor management by A.M.C (Aurangabad Municipal Corporation) – till today – March 2018.
- Salim Ali Sarvar Lake Closed from time unknown. Surai Garden has been taking so long to get constructed which left visitors with no options apart from visiting these two places viz., Bibi Ka Maqbara and Siddharth Garden. Such places should be constructed by the Government for the people of this city and also for the outside visitors of the city.
- S.T Bus Service should create Bus Stands/Stations within the city to reach from one place to another in low fare. So that more number of people can visit places specially senior citizens.
- AMC (Aurangabad Municipal Corporation) should start Tours and Travels Service or Aurangabad Darshan kind of a thing in low fares for the visitors of the city so that AMC can also earn some amount of money and spend in maintaining and improving the interiors of the city. But unfortunately despite of maintaining it demolishing is taking place in Aurangabad. As the city is very well known for its historical and geographical events and also known as ‘The City of Gates’ created in the Mughal Era these gates are not maintained properly (ex.: Khas Gate, Jinsi) have been totally demolished including few structures of the Mughal Era.
- Education system – It is said that besides having Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University the city lacks in quality and early up-gradation of the syllabus, research and development. Many students of the University guide to the newly admits about taking admissions to another Universities for better Job Opportunities and Good Income.
- Jobs – Because of the low Education System the newly passed outs of the city are not getting desired jobs. The youth has been going under depression and often leaves the city and are willing to work in cities like Pune, Mumbai etc. with low incomes.
These are roughly ten, but few major points which i have listed above and are the main causes where citizens and the responsible authorities should take a stand to create a better future for the people of the Aurangabad City.
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