Monday, 10 November 2014

Indian Army admits to Shooting two Boys




The Indian army has issued an unusual apology for shooting dead two teenage boys in Indian-administered Kashmir. The army says it made a mistake in firing at a car they were travelling in on the outskirts of Srinagar on Monday. Correspondents say it is rare for the army to admit such an error in such speedy and unambiguous terms. A senior army commander based in the Jammu region flew especially to Srinagar to address the media in the aftermath of the deaths. "We take responsibility for the death of the two boys in Kashmir," the chief of the army's northern command, DS Hooda, told reporters late on Friday.

Read more at BBC News

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Global Hand Washing Day in Dadyal

October 15th 2014: Anderhal Youth Representatives organised a 'Global Hand Washing Day' event at Government Boys School Dadyal. It's becoming more and more necessary to promote awareness of the importance of personal hygiene to encourage individuals to take the steps required to reduce the risk of infectious diseases spreading. The public must be reminded of bad habits as well as the risks associated with them. Islam encourages us to take various steps to ensure that hygiene standards are high, however, many individuals due to lack of awareness continue to be complacent when it comes to basic tasks such as washing hands with soap and  consequently, put themselves at risk. There are also various steps that need to be taken by those preparing food which are often neglected in Dadyal which often leads to stomach infections and food poisoning. It's a ray of hope to see youngsters involved in community service initiatives.











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