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Announcement to hold assembly elections in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on July 25

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Announcement to hold assembly elections in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on July 25

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Islamabad, June 10: The top election official of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on Thursday announced to hold the assembly elections on July 25. However, due to the danger of spreading the corona virus infection again, an appeal was being made to postpone the election for two months. Last year, Pakistan held assembly elections in Gilgit-Baltistan. India had criticized Pakistan for its decision to hold elections in Gilgit-Baltistan and said there was no legal basis for any action to change the status of the military-occupied region. India has clearly conveyed to Pakistan that the Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, including the Gilgit and Baltistan regions, are an integral part of the country.

Chief Election Commissioner Justice (Retd) Abdul Rashid Sulehria announced the election schedule at a press conference in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). PoK Election Commission chief Suleharia said, “People of Kashmir (PoK) will exercise their franchise for good governance on July 25.” He said candidates can file their nomination papers by June 21 and the final list on July 3. will be issued. ARY News reported that the election will be held to elect 45 representatives to the assembly, including 33 in PoK and 12 for Kashmiri migrants. Suleharia said, “Four constituencies have been increased in this election.”

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During the polling, paramilitary rangers and police along with the civil administration will be deployed so that more than 28 lakh eligible voters can exercise their franchise. Earlier, the National Command and Operation Center (NCOC) had requested to postpone the elections in PoK for two months due to the threat of re-spreading of the corona virus infection, but it was rejected by all the opposition parties. The last general election for the PoK assembly was held in July 2016 and was won by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz under the leadership of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

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Coronavirus Pandemic: Global cases of corona increased to 17.69 crores

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Coronavirus Pandemic: Global cases of corona increased to 17.69 crores

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Washington, June 17 : The global cases of corona have increased to 17.69 crores. At the same time, the death toll from this epidemic has increased to 38.3 lakh. Johns Hopkins University gave this information. In its latest update on Thursday morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the current global corona cases and death toll have risen to 176,960,993 and 3,830,127 respectively.

According to the CSSE, the US remains the most affected country with the world’s highest number of cases and deaths at 33,498,145 and 600,648 respectively. India ranks second in terms of infection with 33,498,145 cases. The other worst-hit countries with more than 3 million cases are Brazil (17,628,588), France (5,809,319), Turkey (5,348,249), Russia (4,605,805), UK (4,605,805), Italy (5,189,260), Argentina (4,198,620), Colombia (3,829,879), Spain (3,749,031), Germany (3,726,767) and Iran (3,060,135). Also read: Monsoon Alert: Heavy rain forecast in Mumbai, Thane and Palghar in next 3 hours

In terms of deaths, Brazil is second with 493,693 deaths. More than 100,000 people have died in India (379,573), Mexico (230,624), UK (128,190), Italy (127,153), Russia (125,443) and France (110,740).

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UPDATE: Death toll in Nepal floods rises to 7, many still feared missing

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Kathmandu, June 16: The death toll in the floods in Sindhupalchok district in central Nepal has risen to seven. Apart from this, there is still a possibility of missing many people. It is being told that the flood has originated from the main source of the Melmachi and Indravati rivers.

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Kim Jong Un lost weight, health related speculation got wind again

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Kim Jong Un lost weight, health related speculation got wind again

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In countries such as South Korea, the US and Japan, Kim’s health is the subject of discussion and often attempts are made to find answers to questions such as whether Kim has gained more weight, is she short of breath while walking, Why does he have sticks, why did he not attend important government programs etc. The thirty-seven-year-old leader is once again in discussion about his health, but this time his weight has not increased, but has reduced significantly. From the pictures of Kim recently released on social media, it seems that she has lost a lot of weight.

His watch is already loose and his face looks slim. Some analysts say that the 5-foot-eight-inch tall Kim weighed 140 kilograms earlier and now her weight has probably reduced by 10 to 20 kilograms. Hong Min, a senior analyst at the Korea Institute for National Unification in Seoul, said Kim’s weight loss appeared to be an attempt to improve her health rather than a sign of illness. Many members of Kim’s family, who drink heavily and smoke, have been suffering from cardiovascular diseases. His father and grandfather died due to cardiac problems. Experts have said that Kim’s overweight can increase the risk of heart diseases. Also read: LJP leader Chirag Paswan wrote a letter to the speaker, saying – The decision to declare Pashupati Paras as the leader of LJP in the Lok Sabha is contrary to the provision of our party’s constitution

Seo Yu-seok of the Seoul-based Institute of North Korean Studies said that North Korea had recently created the first secretary position of the ruling Workers’ Party, which would be second only to Kim in the country and the post is related to Kim. potential health problems. He said that Kim may have allowed the establishment of the post at the request of top officials, but still he has not nominated anyone, as it could loosen his grip on power.

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