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“'Every piece of real estate in #Bangladesh is populated, and this entire area is underwater,' said Sheldon Yett, the United Nations Children’s Fund representative to the country, referring to the northeast."

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1/ "But this year, the #rains have been especially intense, a harsh reminder that #climatechange is bringing more extreme weather around the world."
2/ "In #China, where recent #flooding has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, the state-run news media reported this week that water levels had surged beyond flood levels in more than a hundred #rivers."
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Since #TheKashmirFiles has sensationalized our people, I’m sharing a thread involving Kashmir, East-Pakistan & Bone chilling Murders of 30,000 Hindus.

Read About Another Devastating History Which No Nehruvian Distorian Like To Tell.

On 27 December 1963 a holy relic,
which was believed by many to be a #strand_from_the_beard of Prophet Muhammad, was stolen from Hazratbal Shrine (J&K) leading to protests and mass agitation. It was recovered on 4 January 1964 and the thieves were 3 Kashmiri Muslims.
The details appeared at New York Times, but
no Indian Newspaper carried this. WHY?
They included Abdul Rahim Bandey, a custodian of the shrine, and a villager named Abdul Rashid, who was caught while running away after returning the hair to the shrine 10 days later, the third was “an important person who we believe has
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Here Is Another Devastating History Which No Nehruvian Distorian Like To Tell.
Read On…..
Usually for Muslims, rioting is god sent boon because they can rape, kill & do anything they are passionate about. Above that they are not held accountable & even the Secular Islamists
won't feel ashamed.
On 27 December 1963 a holy relic, which was believed by many to be a #strand_from_the_beard of Prophet Muhammad, was stolen from Hazratbal Shrine (J&K) leading to protests and mass agitation. It was recovered on 4 January 1964 and the thieves were 3 Kashmiri
Muslims.
The details appeared at New York Times, but no Indian Newspaper carried this. WHY?
They included Abdul Rahim Bandey, a custodian of the shrine, and a villager named Abdul Rashid, who was caught while running away after returning the hair to the shrine 10 days later.
Read 17 tweets

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