YK MYK WEATHER TODAY MAX 23 C MIN 10 C RJD CAN START WITH NEW VIGOUR BY STRENGTHENING ITS ALLIANCE OPINION Sky will be clear. RANCHI SUNDAY, 22 NOV, 2020 PG-12, YEAR—10, ISSUE—197 (RNI NO: JHAENG / 2012 / 44137) CELEBRATED IAS COUPLE, TINA DABI AND ATHAR AMIR, FILES FOR DIVORCE JAIPUR: The celebrated civil servant couple of Tina Dabi, topper of UPSC civil service examination in 2015 and Athar Amir, a UPSC topper from Kashmir, recently filed for divorce in Jaipur. The couple married in 2018 soon after their romance and love story made national headlines. Tina, who was the topper of UPSC Civil Services Exam 2015, married Athar in April 2018. Athar, from Kashmir had secured second position in UPSC exam 2015. Both Tina and Athar are officers of the Rajasthan cadre. The duo had earlier said that they had fallen in love during their training period. Their story became a hot topic of discussion from Delhi to Jammu and Kashmir since the Hindu Mahasabha termed it as love-jihad. The couple posted in Rajasthan, has filed for divorce on November 17. They have submitted an application in a family court on November 1. RANCHI-CHENNAI DIRECT FLIGHT SERVICE OPENS RANCHI: Now, there is direct connectivity from Ranchi to Chennai. RanchiChennai Airbus-320 (6E6335/36) made its first flight from Birsa Munda Airport on Saturday. Airport director Vinod Sharma said that the flight will reach Ranchi from Chennai daily at 8:05 am. It will then fly to Chennai at 8:40 am. CORONA METER INDIA TOTAL CASES: 9,084,415 TOTAL DEATH: 133,144 WORLD TOTAL CASES: 58,188,593 TOTAL DEATH: 1,382,328 WORLD Morning India Rs. 5 AT A GLANCE BIDEN COULD ANNOUNCE CABINET PICKS AS SOON AS NEXT WEEK CM vows to develop Netarhat as global tourist, education hub SANJAY SAHAY RANCHI: Terming the Netarhat Residential School as the pride of the nation, Chief Minister (CM) Hemant Soren on Saturday said that the state government would do its best to get the institution recognized at the international level. He added that there was a need for more government schools like the institution in the state. Speaking at a function in the school premises he praised the institution and its students saying they were achieving new landmarks ever since the establishment of the school in 1954. Soren said that the school has made a mark for itself for its discipline and inclusive education, adding the state government would ensure the progress of the institution. He opined that Netarhat is also renowned as a tourist destination but the visit here could be comprehensive only after the visitors come to the school. He mentioned that the school is spread on a plot of 460 acres which is rare at the national level. The students are not only educated here but taught other skills. He added this enables the students to make a mark for themselves in different fields after passing out from the school. The CM said that generally, people raise questions over the government education system but this school has set an example before the others. The CM also planted saplings on the premises of the school. The school prin- cipal Santosh Kumar Singh gave mementos to the CM and his wife Kalpana Soren at the function. During the three-day visit, the CM also listened to the problems of the villagers in Junta Darbar. Speaking at the function on Friday he said that the state government was trying to turn Netarhat into a world-class tourism centre. He stated communication, accommodation, and food of this place would be improved in this regard. This place should be developed in a manner that tourists are compelled to visit here to have a glimpse of natural beauty. He said the state government was striving to restore normalcy during the Covid period with the help of the administration and the people. Meanwhile, the Tana Bhagat Sangh met the CM and presented their demands including securing their rights provided in the CNT 1908. They also asked the state government to save the social and cultural legacy of their community. The CM assured he would take adequate steps in this direction. Devotees offer prayers on the occasion of Chhath Puja in Varanasi on Saturday. FIRST TIME IN SIX DECADES Snub to China: White House invites top Tibetan leader DHARAMSALA: For the first time in six decades, Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) president Lobsang Sangay has entered the White House -- a historic recognition by the United States to the democratically elected governmentin-exile that is headquartered in this northern Indian hill station. This is for the first time that the head of the CTA has been invited into the White House, a spokesperson for the CTA told IANS on Saturday. Last month, Sangay became the first CTA president to be formally invited into the US State Department to meet Assistant Secretary and Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues Robert Destro. In the last six decades, the head of the CTA was denied entry to the US State Department and the White House; the logic for both denials was that the US government did not recognize the Tibetan government in exile. "Today's visit amounts to an acknowledgement of both the democratic system of the CTA and its political head," said the spokesperson. Sangay met the White House officials. Prior to this meeting, Sangay had met the White House officials in undisclosed meetings and locations over a dozen times in the past 10 years since he became the CTA's president in 2011. This unprecedented meeting perhaps will set an optimistic tone for CTA participation with US officials and be more formalized in the coming years, said the CTA. Though he nears the end of his second consecutive term as the CTA president, Sangay has tirelessly advocated for the Tibetan Policy and Support Act of 2019. Earlier this week, Sangay had several virtual meetings. Through meetings, Sangay has discussed the Tibetan Policy and Support Act and other matters with the Congressional-Executive Commission on China Chairman Jim McGovern and senior Senate Foreign Relations Committee staffers, both on the Republican and Democrat side. CTA Representative Ngodup Tsering and Kelsang Dolma accompanied Sangay on these meetings in the White House. MHA approves study to analyse phenomena of radicalisation, suggest amendments in UAPA NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has approved a study to analyse radicalisation in India, suggest practicable solutions to remedy and/or prevent the problem and also indicate how the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act can be amended. The study 'Status of Radicalisation in India: An Exploratory Study of Prevention and Remedies' will be done under the leadership of GS Bajpai, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice who is also the Registrar of National Law University. According to Bajpai, the study will focus on the process of radicalisation, its actors, target youths and will be probably conducted in four states like Maharashtra, Assam, Kerala and Jammu & Kashmir where cases of radicalisation have been reported. Currently, there is no clear definition of radicalisation in the legal system. On the basis of the study's findings, Bajpai said that changes in UAPA Act will be suggested to the government. "This study is about the Union Home Minister Amit Shah pays floral tributes to former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Late J Jayalalitha in Chennai on Saturday. ANI status of radicalisation in India. This study will analyse the pattern and dynamics of radicalisation. Also, we will study actors of radicalisation and how they are targeting youth," Bajpai told ANI. "Thirdly we will study who are vulnerable targets. These targets are selectively identified by actors of radicalisation. Fourthly, we are interested in the idea of de-radicalisation. We need the blueprint to counter radicalisation," Bajpai said. On giving suggestions to amend UAPA Act on the basis of study's findings, Bajpai said, "We will also critically reviewing the current legal aspects, UAPA Act primarily. We would study to define radicalisation and de-radicalisation." "Approximately 75 radicalised individuals, those undergoing de-radicalisation and de-radicalised individuals shall be sampled from each state. Similarly, 75 functionaries from law enforcement agencies, officers of correctional services and judges will be interviewed from each state," Bajpai said. ANI CHINA RAPIDLY UPGRADES, INSTALLS RADARS ALONG LAC WITH INDIA NEW DELHI: China is upgrading and installing radars swiftly along the 3,488-km Line of Actual Control (LAC) even as it is engaged in talks with India to resolve the border dispute. India and China are engaged in an eight-month standoff at LAC in Eastern Ladakh. Both the countries are also engaged in military and diplomatic talks to resolve the border dispute. A total of eight rounds of corps commander level have happened between the militaries of both the countries and the ninth round of talks is to be scheduled very soon to disengage troops. Amid this, apart from aggressively developing infrastructure, China has started installing radars from Ladakh to Sikkim region. Top sources said that at Yecheng a medium-sized building and a watch tower have come up at the facility. The number of radars installed has also increased from three to four which include one JY-9 radar, one JY26 radar, one HGR-105 radar and one JLC-88B radar. At Pali and Phari Kyarang La, which is opposite Sikkim, the radar site is located two kilometers west of Kyarang La, and comprises four radars. "Infrastructure development has been witnessed at surveillance facility at At Yamdrok Tso which is opposite Central Bhutan," the top source said, Around six km northeast of Tsona is the Cuona electronic warfare station. This site has three radomes, three radars and five support buildings. Infrastructure development has been discerned at the surveillance facility located 2.6 kilometer North West of Tsona Dz Heli base. Sources said that a radome site is located 6 kilometer south west of Kechen Tsho. It comprises radome, control building and antenna masts within a perimeter wall. ALSO SEE WORLD PG Ayurvedic docs can now practice GS alongside ortho & dentistry THE CENTRE IN ITS GAZETTE NOTIFICATION ALLOWED AYURVEDIC POST GRADUATE PASSOUTS TO RECEIVE FORMAL TRAINING FOR SUCH PROCEDURES NEW DELHI: Now the Post Graduate (PG) students of Ayurveda would perform variety of general surgery, including orthopaedic, ophthalmology, ENT and dental as the central government has okayed it. The Centre in its gazette notification allowed Ayurvedic PG passouts to receive formal training for such procedures. The training modules for surgical procedures will be added to the curriculum of Ayurvedic studies. The development has come after the Central Council of Indian Medicine amended Indian Medicine Central Council (Post Graduate Ayurveda Education) Regulations, 2016, to include the aforementioned regulation to allow the PG students of Ayurveda for practicing the general surgery. "The Central Council of Indian Medicine, with the previous sanction of the Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations further to amend the Indian Medicine Central Council (Post Graduate Ayurveda Education) Regulations, 2016," the gazette notification read. The act has been renamed Indian Medicine Central Council (Post Graduate Ayurveda Education) Amendment Regulations, 2020. "During the period of study, the PG scholar of Shalya and Shalakya shall be practically trained to acquaint (themselves) with as well aa independently perform the following activities so that after completion of his PG degree, he is able to perform the following procedures (list of the procedures) independently," the gazette notification stated. The notification informed that the students will be trained in two streams of surgery and would be awarded titles of MS (Ayurved) Shalya Tantra -(General Surgery and MS (Ayurved) Shalakya Tantra (Disease of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Oro-Dentistry). The latest move by the Centre is an addition to the host of decisions taken amid pandemic which shows an impending paradigm shift in healthcare from modern medicine to the traditional form. Annulling Medical Council of India to form National Medical Commission and introducing Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professions Bill, THE DEVELOPMENT HAS COME AFTER THE CENTRAL COUNCIL OF INDIAN MEDICINE AMENDED INDIAN MEDICINE CENTRAL COUNCIL (POST GRADUATE AYURVEDA EDUCATION) REGULATIONS, 2016, TO INCLUDE THE AFOREMENTIONED REGULATION TO ALLOW THE PG STUDENTS OF AYURVEDA FOR PRACTICING THE GENERAL SURGERY. 2020, which allows assorted paramedics to practice medicine independently -- are a few of the decisions which has put the modern medicine practitioners in deep concern regarding their future of healthcare. The Indian Medical Association has been openly opposing such policy moves by the Centre, especially the plan to mix modern medicine with the traditional systems of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy (AYUSH), in coming years, as envisaged by the Centre. Dr Rajan Sharma, President, IMA had earlier stated that an integrative system of medicine would create a "Khichdi medical system" and would produce hybrid doctors. The apex body of private practitioners of modern medicine had also condemned the centre's ambitious one nation one system policy in medical education and called it a cocktail of disaster.