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SUSHIL doesn't stand with @PUBG @SUSHIL129895 11 Sep 2019 At 10:07 PM

Andhra Pradesh: Scolding for playing PUBG, a 14-year-old boy commits suicide

In Andhra Pradesh's Vishakhapatnam city, a 14-year-old boy allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison after he received a scolding from his family members for playing PUBG. As per police, the deceased has been identified as B Lohith and died while receiving the treatment in the hospital. The police further said that the deceased felt distressed by the scolding from his family members and then he took such a decision. PUBG is an online PvP (Player vs Player) game where around 100 players fight it out in free for all combat where the sole survivor wins. Src: https://bit.ly/2kbYiQd

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SUSHIL stand with @NarendraModi @SUSHIL129895 11 Sep 2019 At 10:09 PM

Terrorism is now 'global threat', has deep roots in Pakistan: PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi, while recalling the 9/11 terrorist attack in the United States, at "Swachhata Hi Seva" programme, expressed, "Now terrorism has become an ideology which is not confined to the boundary of any nation. This is a global problem and has become a global threat whose deep roots are situated in our neighbouring country and are flourishing there". Modi further said that the entire world needs to take a vow and stand up against those who give shelter and training to the terrorist. He added that India is capable of handling the danger all alone and it has demonstrated this in the past and will keep on doing as such in the future. Src: https://bit.ly/2lI3vjl

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SUSHIL stand with @UnitedNation @SUSHIL129895 11 Sep 2019 At 10:10 PM

UN Chief rejects to intervene on Kashmir issue between India & Pak

After India and Pakistan represented themselves at 42nd session of United Nations Human Rights Council conference in Geneva, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed his concern over potential escalation of tensions between India and Pak over Kashmir issue and appealed both the Nation to resolve through peaceful dialogue. When asked about UN's stands to mediate Kashmir, UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said, “You know, the position… our position on mediation has, as a matter of principle, has always remained the same”. Earlier UN cited the Simla Agreement of 1972, a bilateral agreement with India and Pakistan that rejects the intervention of any third-party mediation in Kashmir. Src:https://bit.ly/2mc4zw0

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