BSMI Winter Meet 2021 held in Riyadh

Media Release
December 9, 2021

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Riyadh: Bajpe Surrounding Minorities Ithihad - BSMI Riyadh’s - family get-together (BSMI Winter Meet 2021) attracted a large number of non-resident Indian families and individuals at Safwa Resort, Exit 18 in Riyadh.

Irshad Moidin, President BSMI -Riyadh presided the program in his presidential speech, he explained the importance of the organization and highlighted the key achievements of Bajpe Surrounding Minorities Ithihad. 

BSMI Riyadh’s activities and achievements report was presented through Power Point Presentation by BSMI Advisor Abdulazeez Bankal.  

Syed Bawa Bankal, President, BAMA Dammam, gave a talk on importance of charity, a special visitor from Bajpe Mr. Moidin Fakruddin, Sheikh Karambar were present at the stage.

A memento was presented to the main sponsor of the event Raisco by BSMI president Irshad Moidin,  BSMI vice-president Khalid Kanchi presented a memento to Expertise Jubail, BSMI vice-president Harshad Ayub presented a memento to Compass Logistics, BSMI Gen secretary Sabith presented a memento to Almuzain, BSMI treasurer Razik presented a memento to Mr. Ali Abdullah Mohammed Alshaikh, BSMI committee member Thouseef Moidin presented a memento to Gulfwest Company limited and BSMI advisor Aziz Bankal presented a memento to Ibba Bajpe for his contribution for this event.

The event was given a colorful look by McDonald’s team which distributed free gifts and free meal coupons to children. A medical camp was also organized by Durat Lamar Medical company.

A variety of programs were organized for children and group games for boys and girls like lemon on spoon, running race, football shooting and musical chair.

Games for men like tug-of-war, Volleyball, Push-up, carrom, pot breaking, Bomb in the City etc, were organized.  A large number of participations was witnessed for all the games, which were volunteered and supervised by professional officials.

Sports Results:
Volleyball: Winners; Bankal Sports Club
Runner-up: Olaya guys
Tug of War: Winners: Bantwal Guys
Runner-up: Dheerah Guys
Push Up: Winner: Sharief
Runner Up : Muzaffar
Pot Breaking: Winner : Fahaf
Carrom:  Winner :  Arif
Bomb in the city
Winner; Zawhar
Runner-up: Rahman

Brick Game 
Winner : Ibrahim Dheerah
Runner: Jaleel Surathkal

BSMI general secretary Sabith Bajpe welcomed the guests and gathering, BSMI Treasurer Razik Bajpe proposed vote of thanks and thanked all the Guests, Sponsors, participants & Volunteers and assured that all the proceedings of this event will be utilized for the welfare of the under privileged people of Bajpe and its surrounding areas. Mr. Shamroz Bajpe was Master of the event.

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July 31,2022

Mangaluru, Jul 31: The district administration has extended the evening prohibitory orders across Dakshina Kannada for two more days.

In the wake of serial communal killings, Deputy Commissioner Dr KV Rajendra on July 29 had issued an order to close all shops in the district from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. till August 1. 

However, following the request from the police department, the DC extended the same restrictions for two more days. 

Emergency services, hospitals, medical shops will be exempted from the order and can function normally.

The DC has also directed local authorities to keep a watch on shops in their respective jurisdiction.

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August 9,2022

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Break-ups and alliances are not new for Janata Dal (United) chief and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who has once again ended alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party after the Bihar opposition — Congress, RJD and Left — declared open support for him. 

A look at Kumar’s allies over the years and his blow hot, blow cold equation with the BJP:

1989: In the initial years in Janata Dal, Kumar backed Lalu Prasad as leader of the opposition in Bihar Assembly in 1989.

1994: Kumar fell out with Prasad, floated the Samata Party with George Fernandes.

1996: Kumar joined hands with the BJP and was a minister in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee cabinet. Then Janata Dal president Sharad Yadav and Lalu Prasad had a spat and the latter broke away and formed the RJD

2000: Kumar was first elected to office, however, he resigned days after he took oath. NDA and allies had 151 seats, Prasad’s RJD had 159, both falling short of the required 163 seats.

2003: The Samata Party merged with Sharad Yadav’s Janata Dal, while continuing its alliance with the BJP. The Janata Dal (United) was formed, with Kumar at the helm.

2005: Kumar’s JD(U), in alliance with the BJP, came back to power as an NDA member, ending the “Lalu era”.

2010: Kumar’s party swept back to power along with ally, the BJP, and he again became the CM.

2013: He snapped his party’s 17-year-old ties with the BJP in 2013, when Narendra Modi was anointed the BJP’s campaign committee chief for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. After parting ways with the BJP, he won a trust vote with support from the Congress, but stepped down in 2014, owning moral responsibility for the JD(U)’s tally of two in the Lok Sabha elections.

In less than a year, Kumar was back as the chief minister, pushing out his rebel protégé Jitan Ram Manjhi with support from the RJD and the Congress.

2017: The Grand Alliance of the JD(U), Congress and RJD won the 2017 assembly polls, but collapsed in just two years, as Kumar insisted that Lalu’s son and deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav, whose name had cropped up in a money laundering case when RJD supremo was the railway minister, “come clear" on the issue.

He broke the alliance, resigned as the chief minister as the RJD refused to budge, only to be back in the office in less than 24 hours with the BJP’s support.

2022: He joined hands with the RJD again, breaking ties with the BJP.

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July 31,2022

Thrissur, July 31: In a suspected case of monekypox infection, a 22-year-old man died at a private hospital in Kerala’s Thrissur on Saturday, days after returning from high-risk UAE.

The health officials have sent the samples of the deceased to the National Institute of Virology at Alappuzha, for confirmation. The family members of the deceased have been asked to cremate the body as per the WHO protocols.

According to the doctors, the patient was having symptoms similar to that in monkeypox. “There were no red marks or blisters when he got admitted. But later such symptoms started appearing on his body,” one of the doctors reportedly said.

Since the patient had come from the high-risk UAE, he was admitted to an isolation ward. He was suspected of being hit with tuberculosis and was sent into isolation at a hospital as tests were carried out.

The relatives said that the man had returned from the UAE three days ago and was suffering from high fever. However, red blisters started appearing on his body raising doubts of monkeypox.

The health officials, meanwhile, said that people should not panic unless the deceased reports are out.

As per the initial reports, the man didn’t have full-blown monkeypox symptoms. So, there are chances that the report may come back negative.

“Of thousands of cases reported across the world, only five deaths have been reported from monkeypox so far,” an official said.

Will examine 

Will examine the reasons behind the death of a 22-year-old young man who recently returned from UAE and allegedly died due to monkeypox a day ago, Kerala Health Minister Veena George said on Sunday.

With the swab results of the deceased patient yet to be reported, the health minister said that the patient was young, did not suffer from any other illness or health problems and therefore, the health department was looking into the cause of his death.

She said they will also be examining why there was delay in his hospitalisation after he arrived here from UAE on July 21. "This particular variant of monkeypox is not as highly virulent or contagious like Covid-19, but it does spread. Comparatively, the mortality rate of this variant is low. Therefore, we will examine why the 22-year-old man died in this particular case as he had no other illness or health problems," the minister told media.

Since this variant of monkeypox does spread, therefore, all necessary measures have to be taken and have been taken to prevent the same, she added. The minister also said that there were no studies available about this particular variant from other countries where the disease has been detected and thus, Kerala was carrying out a study on it.

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