I Believe in Liberia

first_imgBefore I left for Africa, in a time that seems like a lifetime ago, I spent my last night in the United States on a quiet beach at night, alone with my thoughts gazing across a great and wide sea. Beneath heaven itself on the east coast of Florida, I thought of the journey I was about to take to a place I have dreamt of all my life. Africa, the cradle of civilization, the place my ancestors walked out of some incomprehensibly long time ago, a place where goodness and evil were born together as siblings to spread across the Earth. To mostAmericans, the stigma of Africa is one of poverty, of war, and of great suffering. Yet, for me, and IDEAS For Us, Africa is a place of limitless opportunity.Extraordinary accomplishments are the products of surprisingly simple ingredients. Dreams fueled by unwavering belief in their attainability, coupled with education are responsible for all of our greatest achievements. Here in Liberia, the first country in Africa I have ever set foot in, the same is true.I am here as a result of a partnership that blossomed in 2013, between IDEAS For Us and Youth Exploring Solutions (YES). YES was founded in 2007 by Stephen Lavalah, a young Liberian, and United States Department of State fellow. Stephen traveled to the UnitedStates for four months in 2013 and lived with both myself, and the former executive director of IDEAS For Us, Chris Castro. In that time, he took action in numerous IDEAS events, lectured at American schools, and spoke to American students about how he has a profound vision for a Sustainable Liberia in his mind and in his heart. Together, we were able to put that project into words, and it was chosen as the 2013 project winner of the Continuing Community Partnership Grant by the IREX program.For the past week since my arrival, I have dressed as a Liberian, I have eaten traditional Liberian food, I have walked for hours through Liberian forests, I have slept the way most Liberians do, and I have listened to Liberian youth speak to me about Liberian problems.The future of the African continent belongs to young Africans and my message here as been one of encouragement for them to believe in themselves and to break free of the bondage of self-doubt, and self-oppression.For 14 days, IDEAS For Us and YES are conducting an ambitious campaign of numerous speaking engagements, lectures, action projects, radio interviews, television talk show appearances, and a two-day Leadership Summit to build capacity across the entire country. Together, IDEAS For Us and YES will host the first international Hive event, and conduct action projects in Energy, Water, Food, Waste, and Ecology. In the coming days, I will share what we have seen, learned, and accomplished in each of these areas with the IDEAS Movement. Together, I believe that we can plant the seeds of a Sustainable Liberia.Yet, if I have learned anything so far in my time here, it is that Liberians are wonderful people, with big dreams that they deserve to see met. However I am not the one to wake their country from this dream. That task belongs to all young Liberians, for they must see their country through this metamorphosis, and I am sure they will. Every day I wake up and say to myself, “I believe in Liberia”, and I know after seeing the great things we have accomplished, you will too.About the authorClayton Louis Ferrara is a Chilean-born American naturalist, poet, educator, and popular writer. He is a founding board member of the United Nations accredited environmental action, and advocacy NGO, IDEAS For Us. He has served as National Science Director and South Eastern Regional Director of the USA since stepping off the board in 2012.

His professional career started in South Florida at the age of 12 when he began teaching ecology, conservation, and youth empowerment to the general public as a docent to numerous museums, aquariums, and interpretative nature centers in the area. He received a B.A. in both biology and environmental studies from the prestigious, liberal arts and science college, Rollins. In 2011, he received the honor of being called a Young Alumnus of Significant Distinction for his work to advance sustainability and environmental education in Central Florida. In 2013, he was named a Darwin Scholar by the U.K. based Field Studies Council (FSC) for his accomplishments as a young naturalist on the global stage.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Everton boss Martinez rubbishes McCarthy injury rumours

first_imgRoberto Martinez has rubbished claims Everton star James McCarthy has suffered another injury setback – and stressed he expects the midfielder to be available for Saturday’s Merseyside derby.Reports had suggested McCarthy, who has only played twice since November due to his hamstring issue and last featured in late December, had aggravated the problem in training, ruling him out of this weekend’s game.But asked about that at his press conference on Thursday to preview the Premier League clash with Liverpool at Goodison Park, Martinez said: “No, he hasn’t suffered a setback.“He was in hospital yesterday having a scan to make sure he is fully recovered and the scan showed he is perfectly healed.“Now it is just a matter of adapting him into the match intensity, and I expect James to be available for the squad at the weekend, so it is terrific news in that respect.”Martinez says he now anticipates McCarthy will be fully fit for the rest of the season.Asked about the prospect of the 24-year-old Republic of Ireland international having to change his playing style to avoid long-term problems, Martinez said: “Never. Your playing style is very much what you are, and that is one of the real strengths of James’ play.“What is important is that we help him as much as we can in terms of nutrition, footwear – anything that could have an effect in getting the tissues tired.“He is a very young man still, but he is a sprinter who plays in midfield and his tissues need to be well looked-after.“You get those sorts of situations where at times you pick up an injury that gives you a little bit of a problem just to get rid of it.“But I now expect James to be clear and fully fit for the rest of the season.“It has been a frustrating time in this campaign, because he is a very important player for us, but I can see that the injury is well behind him now – we had reassurance yesterday and we look forward to seeing him back to his very best and finishing the season really strongly.”Someone else the Spaniard has reported encouraging news on is Toffees goalkeeper Tim Howard, who has been out of action since Boxing Day due to a calf injury.The United States shot-stopper is set to miss out again this weekend but is nearing a return.“It’s incredible how quickly he has recovered and how well he is doing in training,” Martinez said.“We are going to assess him over the next two or three days but the medical advice is to give him another seven days before he is on a football pitch, so we will keep that in mind.” 1 James McCarthy in action for Everton last_img read more

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How Real Madrid won three UCL finals in four years

first_img0Shares0000Former Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti (L) and Real Madrid’s then assistant manager Zinedine Zidane © AFP/File / GERARD JULIENMADRID, Spain, May 24 – Real Madrid will be targeting their fourth Champions League success in five years on Saturday as they go up against Liverpool in the final in Kiev.Here, we look at how Real held their nerve at the last stage to lift the cup in 2014, 2016 and 2017. 2013-14: Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico MadridReal had waited 12 years to win their 10th European crown, “La Decima”, a feat that had swelled with importance the longer the delay dragged on.Beating city rivals and La Liga champions Atletico, who themselves had reached their first final since 1974, added some extra spice but the match is perhaps best remembered for the arrival of Gareth Bale, in his first season at the club, both at the back post in extra-time to head Real in front and as a star at the club.It proved a knock-out blow for Atleti, who had come within a whisker of pulling off their dream upset, only for Sergio Ramos to head in an equaliser in the third minute of added time, cancelling out Diego Godin´s opener.After Bale´s intervention, Marcelo and a penalty from Cristiano Ronaldo made sure of the triumph.2015-16: Real Madrid 1-1 Atletico Madrid (Real win on penalties)After losing to Juventus in the semis in 2015, Real reclaimed the trophy a year later, again against Atletico, this time on penalties. Zinedine Zidane, appointed five months earlier, joined the select group of those to have won Europe’s most prestigious club competition both as a player and a coach while Bale proved his worth again with a dynamic, high-octane performance.It was difficult not to sympathise with Atleti, who had now twice come so close, but in the end, left with nothing.On this occasion, it was the post that proved the difference, Juanfran’s penalty coming back off the woodwork and allowing Ronaldo to sweep home the decisive spot-kick.The Portugese celebrated in typical style, with his shirt off, muscles flexed, roaring towards the crowd.2016-17: Real Madrid 4-1 JuventusRonaldo stole the show, principally from Mario Mandzukic who had scored one of the great Champions League goals, as the ball pinged between four Juventus players, without touching the grass, before Mandzukic chested and volleyed into the top corner.By the end, that superb strike had been relegated by Ronaldo’s contribution, which included two goals, the 599th and 600th of his career, that left Juve crumpled in a heap.Casemiro put Real in front, with the young Marco Asensio adding a fourth late on after Juan Cuadrado´s red card reduced the Italians to 10 men.Bale had not been deemed fit enough to start but Ronaldo played like two Galacticos, having also scored a hat-trick in the semi-finals and five goals in the two legs of the quarters.A remarkable surge to a fourth Champions League title.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Go represent us well- DJ CK urges Capital FC

first_img“I was very pleased to learn that you have continued to win and you represent the company well. Now that you are going to Brazil go there and win as well. Bring the Cup back home and we celebrate you again,” Dr Kirubi said when the team paid him a courtesy call at his residence.“I know your abilities and I trust in you and I know you will do well,” added the top boss, Dr. DJ CK.The team earned the ticket to Brazil after beating Nakuru County 1-0 in a hotly contested final at the Aga Khan Walk in May, having reached the national stage when they showed their prowess to win the Nairobi County title.The team has been shaping up in training over the past month and will seek to replicate their winning mentality in the ultimate tournament in Rio sponsored by Brazilian superstar Neymar Junior who is also expected to grace the finals.Capital FM’s sensational striker celebrating after scoring a brace in the 2016 Standard Chattered Trophy final against South Korea to win the Golden Boot with 10 goals.“We promise that we will go there and give our best. We have trained well and as you know, we always want to be at the top. So we will not let you down. Our victory in the national finals was dedicated to you and we are going to Brazil to win for you,” top striker Solomon Okeyo promised the chairman.The Best mix of music team will look to replicate the result they posted two years back in Anfield, United Kingdom when they defied all odds to become the first African team to win the Standard Chartered five-a-side international tournament.Captain Kristian Malumbe has insisted they will be going into do what they do best and has assured the trophy will be coming home.“We know it is tough because there are 64 teams involved. That is no mean task. But we believe in ourselves, we believe in our abilities and we will fight to win the trophy,” Malumbe offered.The team will be coached by Production Assistant Lassie Atrash. Malumbe and Okeyo will be joined in the squad by midfield dynamo Jeff Ooko and the company’s newbies, Shuayib Shabir Kaysha Shagava and Vincent Otieno.The Capital FM football team captain Kristian Malumbe receives the Nairobi County flag from County Secretary Peter Kariuki before travelling to Brazil. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMeanwhile, the team was officially flagged off on Tuesday evening by the Nairobi County Secretary Peter Kariuki on behalf of Governor Mike Sonko. Kariuki was accompanied by the county’s leader of majority Abdi Guyo.The team was handed the Nairobi County flag as the city’s representatives.“You have seen the World Cup and you know that these days in football, you cannot underrate anyone. I have heard of your success before in the Road to Anfield tournament and I do not doubt your ability to succeed. As the county we are behind you and we want to wish you all the best,” Kariuki said.Earlier on Sunday, the team was hosted to a send-off party by the Four Points Sheraton Hotel which included a viewing party for teh World Cup final.Also in attendance were the Neymar Jr’s Five-a-side sponsors RedBull.The team of seven is expected to land in Rio on Wednesday evening and will have two days of rest, recovery and training before the showpiece begins on Saturday.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000The Capital FM football team poses with Capital Group Chairman Dr. Chris Kirubi after they paid him a courtesy call BEFORE THEIR TRIP TO Brazil. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 17- The Capital FM football team will leave the country on Tuesday night for Sao Paulo, Brazil where they will represent the country in the Neymar Jr’s five-a-side tournament on Saturday and Sunday.Before their departure, the best mix of music team paid a courtesy call to the company’s top boss, the ultimate coach, Dr Chris Kirubi who wished them well on their sojourn and urged them to bring the trophy back home.last_img read more

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MAN ON TRIAL FOR RAPING GIRL (14) AT CO DONEGAL TEEN DISCO

first_imgA DONEGAL MAN has gone on trial at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin accused of raping a younger girl during a youth disco when he was a teenager.The 20-year-old was aged 15 in 2010 when he allegedly pushed the 14-year-old girl into a nightclub toilet and raped her in a toilet cubicle. The pair were seen kissing shortly before the alleged incident. The girl first reported the allegations seven months later.The man, who is legally entitled not to be named, has pleaded not guilty to rape and sexual assault of the girl at a nightclub in a Co Donegal town on December 23, 2010. The woman said that in June 2011 she told her mother what had happened. Her mother told her that this was “basically rape because I had said no”.She said gardaí came to the house but she was reluctant at first to make a formal statement but did so later on.She said her behaviour had changed after the alleged assault and she stopped going to school after previously being an honours student. She began self harming and has scars on her arms and legs, she said.She said she started wearing men’s clothes and tracksuits. Defence counsel showed the jury photographs taken from her Facebook page of wearing a dress. She told the court that these were taken three years later and said she was still not “100% back”.The trial heard she told gardaí that she was screaming and crying while in the cubicle.Mr Finlay said if this was the case there was a “very high chance” that someone would have heard. She said there was no-one else in the toilets during the incident.The woman told Gerard Clarke SC, prosecuting, that during the youth disco the boy’s friends asked her to “go with” the accused, meaning to kiss him. She said she refused repeatedly but finally gave in and sat beside him.A witness told gardaí that they were “sitting in the corner shifting” and she was “sitting on his lap facing him”. The woman told Mr Finlay that this account was not true.She said she was very “nervous and naive” about sitting with the boy and that she sat to his left and that they were kissing.She said the accused kept putting his hand up her skirt and she kept pushing it away and told him to stop. She then told him she wanted to go find her friends in the smoking area.She said he walked with her towards this area, holding her hand. She said she thought they were going to find her friends until he pushed her into the toilets.“He had me up against the wall. He pulled down my underwear. I tried to pull them back up but he had me pinned,” she testified.She said he pulled down his trousers and raped her. She said she had never had sex before and it hurt and felt “excruciating”.The accused told gardaí that he had no recollection of being in the girls’ toilet in the nightclub, the trial heard.Cross examining the woman, Peter Finlay SC, defending, said: “I suggest what happened is that you went into the toilets with this young boy and the two of you were fondling each other and it got out of hand.“He sat on the toilet and you sat on top of him and you both tried to do something but failed.”The woman denied this is what happened.Counsel put it to her that she had been sitting on his lap before this and kissing him and that they went into the toilet for “a little more privacy”. She again denied this.She said she was asking the accused to stop and to let her out of the cubicle. She testified that she had kissed the boy before the alleged assault after her girlfriends encouraged her ‘to meet’ him.The trial continues before Ms Justice Margaret Heneghan and a jury of seven men and five women.MAN ON TRIAL FOR RAPING GIRL (14) AT CO DONEGAL TEEN DISCO was last modified: January 13th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalrapeTEEN DISCOlast_img read more

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LATE SWALLOW CHICKS WON’T PERISH IN DONEGAL, SAYS BIRDWATCH IRELAND

first_imgBirdwatch Ireland has assured people that thousands of young swallow chicks will not be left behind when the birds migrate out of the country in the coming weeks.A brood of swallowsAn unusually mild September has seen many late broods of chicks being born in barns and outhouses across Co Donegal.Now Birdwatch Ireland says it has been inundated with calls from worried people concerned about the young chicks. However the group says that while the majority of swallows will leave in September, others will leave throughout October.A spokesman said “The fact is, although the bulk of our Swallows leave us during September, it’s actually perfectly normal for good numbers to remain here well into October, and it happens every year.“All going well, these late-brood chicks will leave their nests soon and begin the long and arduous flight to southern Africa, where they will spend our winter.”Once strong enough the birds will gather and will make the 9,000km journey to South Africa but many will perish along the way. The birds born in Ireland will return to the same location next year where they too will begin the breeding cycle. LATE SWALLOW CHICKS WON’T PERISH IN DONEGAL, SAYS BIRDWATCH IRELAND was last modified: September 25th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Birdwatch Irelanddonegalswallowslast_img read more

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South Africans championing human rights

first_imgBesides the late Nelson Mandela, many other South Africans have stood up for human rights. Among their names, we can count people like Desmond Tutu and Miriam Makeba. They have all devoted their time and talents to improving the lives of all people.Human rights advocates have worked tirelessly to improve the world. Among their number is Desmond Tutu; there are many more. (Image: Kristen Opalinski/LUCSA, Wikipedia)Priya PitamberMany people have championed various human rights causes in South Africa. They were outspoken against abuses during the apartheid years, and remained advocates of human rights for all people in post-apartheid South Africa, some till their deaths.Desmond TutuDesmond Tutu’s hearty laughter matches his passion to improve the lives of people throughout South Africa and the world. Before he became a priest, Desmond Tutu, born in 1931, was a teacher. Following the introduction of Bantu education, however, he decided to join the church.In 1978, he was appointed the general secretary of the South African Council of Churches, where he became vocal about unjust racial laws. He climbed the ladder in the church: in 1985, Tutu was appointed the Bishop of Johannesburg; in 1986, he was chosen as the Archbishop of Cape Town, the head of the Anglican Church in South Africa – hence his affectionate nickname, “The Arch”.He was the first black person to hold the position, the highest in the South African Anglican Church. In 1987, he was also named the president of the All Africa Conference of Churches, a position he held until 1997.Tutu used his position to call for equality, and was a vociferous campaigner for human rights. In 1996, Nelson Mandela appointed him chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the body set up to investigate human rights violations during the apartheid.Tutu acknowledged that bringing an end to apartheid was a collective effort. “In South Africa, we could not have achieved our freedom and just peace without the help of people around the world,” he wrote on Huffington Post, the American news site, “who through the use of non-violent means, such as boycotts and divestment, encouraged their governments and other corporate actors to reverse decades-long support for the apartheid regime.”Among other accolades, Tutu won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984, the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism in 1986, and the Gandhi Peace Prize in 2007.Here is his simple message to the world:Helen SuzmanHelen Suzman was an anomaly in parliament – an English-speaking Jewish woman at a time when it was filled with and controlled by predominantly Dutch Reform male Afrikaners. She won her parliamentary seat as a representative of the United Party in 1953, and was an MP for over three decades, resigning in 1989.Throughout her years in parliament, Suzman remained critical of the numerous unjust apartheid laws. She was vocal in her opposition to the death penalty; she argued against banning the South African Communist Party, and she addressed gender discrimination.“For an astonishing 36 years, Suzman was a flickering flame of white conscience in apartheid South Africa,” British newspaper The Guardian wrote. “For 13 of those years she carried that light alone, a one-woman party in a parliamentary sanctum of hostile men.”But leaving parliament was not the end of her involvement in public life: she became the president of the South African Institute of Race Relations and was a member of the Human Rights Commission in a democratic South Africa.Suzman passed away in 2009; in an editorial, The Star newspaper described her as “an icon of anti-apartheid activism and a woman who took a fearless and often lonely stance during the darkest days of our recent history”.Miriam MakebaSinger Miriam Makeba helped to change the world lyric by lyric, yet insisted: “I’m not a political singer.” She told The Guardian: “I don’t know what the word means. People think I consciously decided to tell the world what was happening in South Africa. No! I was singing about my life, and in South Africa we always sang about what was happening to us – especially the things that hurt us.”Makeba came to be known as Mama Africa, along the way winning not only a Grammy Award for her music, but also the Dag Hammarskjold Peace Prize in 1986.In the early 1960s she addressed the United Nations. “I ask you and all the leaders of the world, would you act differently, would you keep silent and do nothing if you were in our place?” she asked. “Would you not resist if you were allowed no rights in your country because the colour of your skin is different to that of the rulers?”After the end of apartheid, Makeba continued her humanitarian work through the Miriam Makeba Rehabilitation Centre for abused girls and the Zenzile Miriam Makeba Foundation. In 2008, at the age of 76, she died after suffering a heart attack.Albie SachsIn an interview with Australia’s ABC, Justice Albie Sachs described being a judge as an extreme sport. As a law student, Sachs took part in the Defiance of Unjust Laws Campaign when he was 17. He also attended the Congress of the People when the Freedom Charter was adopted in Kliptown in 1955.He became a member of the Cape Bar when he was 21, taking on cases in which people had broken racist laws. It made him the subject of security police scrutiny, and eventually he was jailed. By 1966, he was forced into exile, first in England then in Mozambique. In 1988, a bomb placed in his car by South African security agents blew up, causing him to lose an arm and vision in one eye.But that did not stop Sachs from preparing for a democratic constitution. He returned to South Africa in 1990 and became part of the Constitutional Committee. After 1994, Mandela appointed him to serve as a judge of the Constitutional Court.Passionate about art, Sachs was instrumental in choosing many of the works of art on show in the court, the highest in the country. “One artist, Judith Mason, was listening to the Truth Commission processes on the radio while she was painting, and she heard the story of an African woman, a freedom fighter, whose naked body was discovered because the man who executed her pointed out where she’d been buried,” he told ABC about a particular work, The Blue Dress, “and the only covering the body had was a little bit of blue plastic bag over her private parts.“And Judith was very, very moved by this, and she went out and she bought some plastic bags and she sewed them into a dress for the person she called ‘My Sister’, and that dress is now hanging in our court.“And they represent a kind of a spirit of the sacrifice, the loss, the pain that was involved in the treatment of our democracy, but also the spirit soaring and the rights that are now protected.”Sachs was also instrumental in bringing about the Civil Union Act, which grants same-sex couples the right to marry. It made South Africa the fifth country in the world to grant such a right.Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

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OpenCalais to Add Semantic Metadata to Oracle Databases

first_imgEnterprise giant Oracle released its Database 11g Release 2 today, and it now supports OpenCalais, the Semantic Web service from Thomson Reuters. Native support for OpenCalais means users can now extract rich semantic metadata about people, places, companies, and events. Oracle directly calls the OpenCalais API through your normal database administration, though users will still have to grab an API key from Reuters. OpenCalais began as the Clear Forest service and was acquired by Reuters back in 2007. By pairing with a leading enterprise-class database like Oracle, OpenCalais will prove that it can handle increasingly large document transactions, providing better search indexing and other semantic know-how to businesses as well as the consumer Web. Other than getting an API key, incorporating OpenCalais should be straightforward. The basic gist is that it will take just about any type of text or HTML document, from Microsoft Word to Adobe PDF, and add simple yet useful metadata. That metadata is extracted through natural-language processing (NLP) that identifies the “who, what, and when” contained in an unstructured document. Oracle’s Spatial 11g, an RDF management platform, directly calls the API to perform the transaction. The basic OpenCalais service can do up to 40,000 transactions per day at a maximum rate of four transactions per second. For those needing more transactions or those who require an SLA (which is many enterprises), you’re going to have to use the commercial version. If you’re interested in incorporating OpenCalais, we suggest you take a close look at the FAQ to be sure about which version you’re going to require. steven walling Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… IT + Project Management: A Love Affaircenter_img Tags:#enterprise#Products 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Related Posts last_img read more

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Two soldiers injured as Pak. violates ceasefire

first_imgTwo soldiers were on Sunday injured as Pakistan opened fire at forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Balakote sector of Poonch district in Jammu and Kashmir, the Army said.Troops guarding the border retaliated and the exchange of fire between the two sides lasted for nearly 30 minutes.A defence spokesman told PTI that Pakistani troops opened fire and shelled forward posts along the LoC in Bhimber Gali area of Balakote sector around 0300 hours, resulting in splinter injuries to two jawans.Hundreds of border dwellers have been forced to flee their homes due to the Pakistani firing and shelling and take shelter at camps set up by the government.Incidents of ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops have increased sharply this year.Till August 1, there have been 285 such violations by the Pakistan Army, while in 2016, the number was significantly less at 228 for the entire year, according to figures by the Indian Army.last_img read more

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