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September 2017

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Chinese State Media Video Mocks India In Bizarre Propaganda On Doklam

NEW DELHI: China’s official Xinhua attack on India two months of deadlock and Doklam alleges “seven deadly sins” in a video that added a bizarre twist to the rhetoric of the Chinese media.

The Indians are parodied in the video by a man in a fake beard playing an unconvincing Sikh with a strange accent.

Entitled “7 Sins of India: It’s Time for India to Confess its SEVEN SINS”, the video features an anchor summarizes Beijing’s perspective of the border impasse.

“Did not your mama tell you, never violate the law? … How does it feel to stamp your foot?” she asks.

By stating that “the whole world is trying to awaken India from its impetus, it says,” China realized that it is impossible to awaken a guy who claims to fall asleep. ”

Misspelled subtitles accompany the comment. “You negotiate with a thief who had just broken into your house …

No, you call 911 … “, she says, who speaks a lot about the target audience. 911 is an emergency line only in the US and – thanks to movies and TV shows – is the symbol The most recognized internationally of an emergency.

Video calls India a “bad neighbor” asserting that “Indian troops carrying weapons and driving bulldozers have illegally crossed the border bounded within China UNDISPUTED”.

The seven sins that the woman alleged to India are committed: “To violate a bilateral agreement, trampling international law, confuse right and wrong, stop the victim divert a small neighbor and knowingly engage in an error.”

To explain the “hijacking of a small neighbor”, the video features a “Bhutanese man” who mistrusts the “Indian” shaking a pair of scissors. Xinhua is the most important and influential media organization in China.

The impasse in Doklam near Sikkim, began in June when Indian soldiers entered the plateau Doklam – who is a distant and inhabillĂ© territory claimed by both China and ally of India in Bhutan – to prevent the Chinese army from building a road that

Delhi said it was a serious security concern because it changed the status quo at the border triangle of India, China and Bhutan.

India proposed that both sides withdraw the troops to engage in dialogue, but China has refused this option. China has repeatedly asked India to withdraw the troops unilaterally.


Just by fulfilling its commitment to SC, Trai can bring down mobile call rates by half. It should

The Indian Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRAI) is about to make a critical intervention in the cost of mobile call rates. According to the cover story in The Times of India, Trai is very close to reducing the use charges of interconnection (IUC) from the current 14 paise per minute to less than 10 paise.

This is a positive step, which has long been expected because Trai demonstrate that, despite having the mandate to lead the telecommunications market in a way that ensures the health of operators, its main commitment is one because much larger : The interest of consumers.

IUC is the responsibility of telecom operators to pay each other for voice calls to all networks. For example, let’s take the case of a user calling Airtel user Idea. Here Airtel uses network facilities idea to make the call, so it will pay some costs (IUC) to Idea.

The quantum of the UIC is determined by Trai, now it is 14 paise per minute. That is to say that Airtel user pay 30 rupees per minute to Airtel for the call. Airtel goes from 14 paise to Idea. The opposite is true when a user calls an Airtel Idea users, while Idea pay IUC Airtel.

The essential fact is hidden in the rates of voice calls that you pay your operator is: you pay 30 rupees per minute voice call to your carrier. Your operator pays 14 countries, or 45 percent, for the operator whose network terminates the call.

In other words, almost half of their charges per call is IUC, the burden that mobile operators will have to pay (in the pocket, that is). What this means is that your call rates can drop by half if IUC is zero.

Over the years, Trai has systematically reduced CUC, but last October, the big question is presented in the industry working paper. He wondered if the IUC should be zero if the industry was moving to what is called the Bill System and (BAK) Hold.

BAK means exactly what it says; Operators charge other operators but do not actually collect IUC. Under BAK, these fees do not collect or pay as they are supposed to be canceled due to the symmetry of call (number of calls generated and ending in each network, according to this story on the Financial Express).

The historical telecommunications operators – Bharti Airtel, Idea and Vodafone – who oppose the reduction of the IUC, much less the re-establishment and transition to BAK. In fact, they are part of the telecommunications that actually claimed, increased IUC 14 paise to 35 paise per minute.

All responded to the consultation document Trai that the current rate of 14 paise is below cost and there is no reason why the CIU is zero. The three also said in various forums that the cost of transferring incoming calls in their respective networks is 30 rupees per minute, Vodafone said that later registered the license fee that each telecommunications company must pay this cost is 34 paise, a report In the Times of India said.


Mass Leader flies blurred tricolour, Bharjari too may follow suit

The recently launched mass leader Shivarajkumar-star, which speaks of a military that fights terrorism, has blurred tricolor in all the scenes in which it appears.

The Bharjari who will soon be released, with Dhruva Sarja, could also do the same if the director can not get an opinion from the Ministry of Interior (MHA) on time.

There is a provision set by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), following a Supreme Court order of six months, many filmmakers know Kannada. It is now mandatory for each film using the national flag to obtain prior authorization from MHA.

The filmmakers must specify if the script does not require the use of the national flag and must comply with the flag and mast measures as prescribed by law.

“I am afraid I will get permission from MHA in time. I could also be forced to climb the national flag,” said Chetan Kumar, director Bharjari.

Tarun Shivappa, producer of the mass leader was informed by the Central Bureau of Cinematographic Certification Board (CBFC), Bangalore, to “remove the flag or hide”, citing MHA orders.

When contacted, Srinivasappa, Regional Specialist at CBFC-Bangalore, said the rules came after the recent verdict of the apex court.

The national flag is specified as an emblem in the Law of 1950 (Prevention of misuse). The flag may not be used for the purpose of any commercial or industrial activity, without the prior approval of MHA.

Violation of the rule is punishable by imprisonment for a period of up to three years or with a fine, or both.

“The board had asked the leading producer of masses for the lack of definition of the tricolor in some scenes in the absence of authorization,” he said.

A former member of the Hindu Advisory Committee that the Supreme Court on November 30, 2016, pointed out that it is the sacred duty of all citizens to respect the ideals enshrined in the Constitution, and such an idea is to show respect for the national anthem and The national flag.

The CBFC in its film certification objectives in India says that national symbols and emblems are not presented, except in accordance with the 1950 Emblems and Names Act (Prevention of Impossible Use).

The leader of the mass leader, Narasimha, said he was not aware of the rules. “As CBFC asked us to bypass the flag in all scenes, the movie was finished and we did not have the necessary permission.

As we did not want to dilute the intensity of the scene by removing it, we are committed to blur the flag, “said the director.

Bharjari speaks of a patriot family that hoisted the national flag in all the national festivals. “We shot some scenes of the tricolor floating without knowing the rules of MHA and CBFC. We do our best to get permission,” said Chetan Kumar.