Saturday 18 May 2024

Do you know about Sealand?



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Do you know about Sealand?

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In 1975, Bates introduced a constitution for Sealand, followed by a national flag, a national anthem, a currency, passports, and an immigration stamp, all the features of an independent country.....

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I bet most of you have not heard about Sealand. It’s considered to be the tiniest country on Earth. The Principality of Sealand is a micronation on HM Fort Roughs, an offshore platform in the North Sea approximately 12 kilometers off the coast of Suffolk, England. Roughs Tower was occupied in February and August 1965 by Jack Moore and his daughter Jane, squatting on behalf of the pirate station Wonderful Radio London.

On 2 September 1967, the fort was occupied by Major Paddy Roy Bates, a British citizen who was the owner of a pirate radio, who ejected the competing group of pirate broadcasters. Bates intended to broadcast his pirate radio station, called Radio Essex, from the platform. Despite having the necessary equipment, he never began broadcasting. Bates declared the independence of Roughs Tower and deemed it the Principality of Sealand, an independent entity.

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In 1968, British workmen entered what Bates claimed to be his territorial waters to service a navigational buoy near the platform. Michael Bates (son of Paddy Roy Bates) tried to scare the workmen off by firing warning shots from the fort. As Bates was a British subject at the time, he was summoned to court in England on firearms charges following the incident. The court ruled that the platform (which Bates was now calling Sealand) was outside British territorial limits, being beyond the 3-nautical-mile (6 km) limit which then applied to the country's waters. As a result, the case could not proceed as it was not within British jurisdiction. Bates considers this Sealand's first instance of de facto recognition.

In 1975, Bates introduced a constitution for Sealand, followed by a national flag, a national anthem, a currency, passports, and an immigration stamp, all the features required for an independent country. Sealand, is the smallest nation in the world. It is located 12 kilometers off the eastern shore of Britain. As the name suggests, this platform nation is surrounded by water on all sides. Officially known as the Principality of Sealand, the nation is spread across 550 square meters and home to merely 27 people.

During World War II, the British government built several fortress islands in the North Sea to defend its coasts from German invaders, and among these islands was Roughs Tower, now known as the Principality of Sealand. In the early 1960s, a British army official, Roy Bates, established a radio station, situated offshore on an abandoned ex-naval fort named Knock John, in an attempt to bypass the broadcasting restrictions of the BBC. However, he was soon embroiled in a legal battle with the UK government that questioned the legality of the occupation of the fort. Bates lost the case against the British government, as it was ruled that Knock John fell under UK jurisdiction.

Learning from the ruling, Bates occupied Roughs Tower, which was identical to Knock John, but fell outside of the 3-mile limit to which the UK jurisdiction extended. He then declared it an independent state of Sealand. The statehood of the smallest nation has faced challenges posed by the UK forces, the Germans, and even the Dutch, but the small nation has emerged victorious in protecting itself each time. In 1975, Prince Roy proclaimed the Constitution of the Principality of Sealand. Gradually, other national treasures were also developed, like its national anthem, stamps, and gold and silver coins. Principality of Sealand passports were also produced and issued to many of those who contributed to the formation of the nation.

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Sealand claims to have achieved the status of being one of the most environmentally friendly countries on Earth. It states that 99.9% of its electricity is from renewables, using a combination of wind turbines and solar panels. It was more or less self-sufficient and they believed in being an independent principality. Bates and his associates have repelled incursions from vessels from rival pirate radio stations and the U.K.'s royal navy using firearms and petrol bombs. In 1987, the United Kingdom extended its territorial waters to 12 nautical miles, which places the platform in British territory.

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Oil found in Goa?

I went to meet my friend Gomes, whom we in fun would call - Go Patrao. He was enjoying his evening peg, feni as usual. He invited me to join. Didn't want to disappoint him, and agreed for a peg.

During our casual talk about mundane subjects, the talk veered to politics and rain. I told him, Goa is still riddled with potholes and some areas have been dug up since long. He immediately smiled and said, it's a sign of progress and prosperity.

I didn't understand, he quickly added, Goa will be richer than Dubai. You and me will be richer. Everyone knows it, how come you're not aware. I gave him a surprised look. He said, some time ago, an expert said, underneath Goa there's oil. So, you have holes and potholes with people desperately looking for the oil.

Another expert said, there's a lost civilization underneath. Hence all the digging to find them. All want to know who were those guys who taught Goans, take it easy and chalta hai!

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Malyalees are everywhere?

During Apollo Mission:

Just as Neil Armstrong landed on the surface of the moon. As he stepped out, he curiously looked around. He heard, 'chai, chai.'

He looked the other side. He heard,’tyre puncture repair.’

Armstrong turned around & asked, 'who r u?'

He replied, I from God's own country!

 'We from Kerala, we simbly came here!'

Armstrong was dejected, his dream of being the first man to step on moon was lost.

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Wednesday 24 April 2024

The Facts of Dal Lake


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The Facts of Dal Lake

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The lake is located within a catchment area covering 316 square kilometers in the Zabarwan mountain valley, at the foothills of the Shankaracharya Hill, which surrounds it on three sides. The lake, which lies to the east and north of Srinagar city, covers an area of 18 square km, although including the floating gardens of lotus flowers, it is around 22 square km.....

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Since Jammu & Kashmir has been open to tourists, of the numerous tourist spots, Dal Lake is the main attraction in Kashmir for tourists and visitors. The tourists from all over India and around the world flock to Dal Lake to see, feel and enjoy the panoramic beauty, the romance, the Shikara rides on the calm water, or to spend a few days on the houseboats. One should experience a stay here and enjoy the local cuisine and environment to soak in the Kashmir atmosphere. The added attraction is the floating market that sells wares like carpets, shawls, mufflers, dresses, toys, handicrafts, kawa tea, dry fruits, and many other local items. There are many big floating shops and emporiums selling various items of interest to tourists.

Dal is a lake in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It is an urban lake, the second largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir, and the most visited place in Srinagar by tourists and locals. It is integral to tourism and recreation in the Kashmir Valley and is variously known as the Lake of Flowers, Jewel in the Crown of Kashmir, or Srinagar's Jewel. The lake is also an important source for commercial activity and source of income for the locals, including fishing and water plant harvesting. Tourist boom helps the Kashmiris. Many consider the Shikara rides quite romantic, like the Hindi movies hero and heroines romancing on the lake, shot here many years ago, like Kashmir Ki Kali, Jab Jab Phool Khile and others. Apart from the romance, let us delve into the history and facts of Dal Lake.

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The shore line of the lake is about 15.5 km, encompassed by a boulevard lined with Mughal era gardens, parks, houseboats, and hotels. Scenic views of the lake can be witnessed from the shoreline. Mughal gardens, such as Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh, built during the reign of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, and from houseboats, cruising along the lake is the small and colorful shikaras. During the winter season, the temperature can sometimes reach as low as -11 °C, freezing the lake water. Everything comes to a standstill.

The lake covers an area of 18 square km and is part of a natural wetland which covers 21.1 square km, including its floating gardens. The floating gardens, known as Rad in Kashmiri, blossom with lotus flowers during July and August. The wetland is divided by causeways into four basins: Gagribal, Lokut Dal, Bod Dal, and Nigeen (although Nigeen is also considered as an independent lake). Lokut Dal and Bod Dal each have an island in the center known as Rupa Lank (or Char Chinari) and Sona Lank, respectively.

At present, the Dal and the Mughal gardens on its periphery are undergoing intensive restoration measures to fully address the serious problems experienced by the lake. Massive investments of approximately ₹ 11 billion are being made by the Government of India to restore the lake to its original splendor. With so much activity on the lake, it is bound to create some ecological issues. Experts are addressing these issues as Dal Lake is a hub of commercial activity.

Dal is mentioned as Mahasarit in ancient Sanskrit texts. Ancient history records mention that a village named Isabar to the east of Dal was the residence of Goddess Durga. This place was known as Sureshwari on the banks of the lake, which was sourced by a spring called the Satadhara. This many are not aware of but when you delve into the history, you get to many facts.

During the Mughal period, the Mughal rulers designated Kashmir, Srinagar in particular, as their summer resort. They developed the precincts of the Dal in Srinagar with sprawling Mughal-type gardens and pavilions as pleasure resorts to enjoy the salubrious, cool climate. After the death of Aurangzeb in 1707, which led to the disintegration of the Mughal Empire, Pashtun tribes in the area around the lake and city increased, and the Afghan Durrani Empire ruled the city for several decades. In 1814, a significant part of the Kashmir Valley, including Srinagar, was annexed from the Afghans by Maharaja Ranjit Singh to his kingdom, and the Sikhs grew in influence in the region for 27 years.

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During the Dogra rule, Srinagar became the capital of Dogra territory, attracted by the cool climate of the Kashmir valley, amidst the back drop of the majestic snow-covered Himalayan ranges. The lake precincts experience temperatures in the range of 1–11 °C during winter and 12–30 °C during the summer season. The lake freezes when temperatures drop to about -11 °C during severe winter. Although the Dogra Maharaja of Kashmir restricted the construction and building of houses in the valley, the British circumvented this rule by commissioning lavish houseboats to be built on the Dal. The houseboats have been referred to as, "each one a little piece of England afloat on Dal."

After the independence of India, the Kashmiri Hanji people have built, owned, and maintained these houseboats, cultivating floating gardens and producing commodities for the market, making them the centre of their livelihoods. The houseboats, closely associated with Dal, also provide accommodation with modern amenities in Srinagar. Following Mughal, Afghan, Sikh, and Dogra rule, the place has earned the epithet, "Jewel in the crown of Kashmir."

The lake is located within a catchment area covering 316 square kilometers in the Zabarwan mountain valley, at the foothills of the Shankaracharya Hill, which surrounds it on three sides. The lake, which lies to the east and north of Srinagar city, covers an area of 18 square km, although including the floating gardens of lotus flowers, it is around 22 square km. The main basin draining the lake is a complex of five interconnected basins with causeways; the Nehru Park basin, the Nishat basin, the Hazratbal basin, the Nigeen basin, and the Barari Nambal basin. Navigational channels provide the transportation links to all five basins.

The average elevation of the lake is 1,583 meters. The depth of water varies from 6 meters at its deepest in Nigeen Lake to 2.5 meters, the shallowest at Gagribal. The depth ratio between the maximum and minimum depths varies with the season between 0.29 and 0.25, which is interpreted as flatbed slope. The length of the lake is 7.44 km, with a width of 3.5 km. The lake has a basin having a shore length of 15.5 km, and roads run all along the periphery. Irreversible changes through urban developments have placed further restrictions on the flow of the lake, and as a result, marshy lands have emerged on the peripheral zones, notably in the foothill areas of the Shankaracharya and Zaharbwan hills. These marshy lands have since been reclaimed and converted into large residential complexes.

Multiple theories explaining the origin of this lake have been formulated. One version is that it is the remnants of a post-glacial lake, which has undergone drastic changes in size over the years, and the other theory is that it is of fluvial origin from an old flood spill channel or ox-bows of the Jhelum River. The dendritic drainage pattern of the catchment signifies that its rock strata have low levels of porosity. Lithologically, a variety of rock types have been discerned, namely, igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary. The Dachigam Telbal Nallah system is conjectured to follow two major lineaments. Discontinuous surfaces seen in the terrain are attributed to the angular and parallel drainage pattern. The water table cuts the hill slopes, which is evidenced by the occurrence of numerous springs in the valley. Seismic activity in the valley is recorded under Zone V of the Seismic Zoning Map of India, the most severe zone where frequent damaging earthquakes of intensity IX could be expected. In the year 2005, the Kashmir Valley experienced one of the severe earthquakes measured at 7.6 on the Richter's scale, which resulted in deaths and the destruction of many properties, leaving many homeless. With this varied history, the fact remains Dal Lake is a major tourist attraction and a hub of activity.

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Will the Chinese attack?

Why can't China go for an all-out war or attack against India considering it won the Sino-Indian War in 1962? China is aware that the India of 1962 has passed into history, as has the China of 1962. India is no longer what it was then and is capable of hitting back hard.

Yet five years later, after 1962, when China faced off with India again, the outcome was very different. The Sino-Indian clash of 1967, fought at the Nathu La Pass over a four-day period and over the Cho La Pass for a daylong period, resulted in an Indian victory and India inflicting heavy casualties on the Chinese. The Chinese never visualized this scenario, thinking India had been subdued and wouldn't retaliate. India felt betrayed by the Chinese leaders and was waiting to give it back to the Chinese. The India of 1962 was already gone, and China was not really prepared for the India of 1967. After this, the Chinese never dared, but continued to test India in different sectors. They try to provoke India from time to time.

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Then Galwan happened. India responded forcefully. China realized it's not in their interest to provoke India. There's no question about an all-out war with India. It will harm their own economy and interrupt their growth. Though they might try to test India from time to time, they create an impediment to India’s progress. They consider India as their potential competitor. After recent developments, they feel India can pose a challenge to their economic rise. On the geopolitical chessboard, it is China 1 and India 1. With all this, India-China trade continues.

However, with the present calm, they will test India’s defenses and political leadership from time to time when things get hot internally for the Chinese leadership. This is their diversionary tactic. Informed sources say China will avoid a full-scale war with India as it will damage the economic growth of both countries, and they all know India can hit back hard, disturbing their plans for economic growth and development, and label China as the aggressor. An on a lighter note, a retired General during a television interview said, the smaller Chinese are no match for our robust and big Punjabi and Jat soldiers!

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Wednesday 13 March 2024

How to keep your Passport safe?

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How to keep your Passport safe?

Whenever you travel abroad or go on a holiday or a tour to foreign countries, your passport is a very important document along with the visa. Keep it in safe custody in a bag or pouch so that it’s not misplaced or stolen. In some European and other countries, gangs target passports. Never hand over your passport to any unauthorized person. Your passport and visa are important and allow you to travel seamlessly......

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The passport is your key to travelling the world and to getting back home, it’s also one hot commodity on the list of scamsters. A stolen passport can cause a lot of problems for you, especially when it’s time to come home. Not only will you not be allowed to travel, you could lose your non-refundable airline ticket costs and be facing additional unexpected travel expenses while you try to get it replaced. In addition, you could return home to find that your identity has been effectively stolen.

When you travel abroad, leave a copy of your passport, either digital or hard copy, with a close relative or friend. This will be useful in case of any emergency, as a last alternative. You can get the details of passport from them to provide it to the authorities or the embassy to make it easy for you in such situations.

Carry a laminated copy of the second and third page of the passport. You can use this to provide your passport details to agents, officials, hotels, etc where there is no need to handover the original passport.

And when you are out in a foreign land and you are not so sure about any official asking for your passport, you can show them this. If he insists on the original passport, tell him its kept in the hotel. Any scamster won’t accompany you to the hotel to check your passport for the fear of being exposed.

Along with the laminated copy, carry 4-5 photocopies of your passport. Also carry a digital copy in your mobile. This will act as a good backup. From this you can judge the importance of your passport. If you lose your passport or it gets stolen, you are in big trouble. You will be required to file a complaint at the nearest police station of that town or city and get a copy of the FIR. This is required when you go to the Indian embassy to file a lost or stolen complaint and apply for a new temporary passport. It’s normally called white passport. It allows you to travel and return to India, as its normally valid for 30 days.

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In this blog, we’re going to tell you how to keep your passport safe on a trip or holiday.

Carry your passport on your person if possible: We’ve written before that money belts are a great way for travelers to keep the majority of their cash, their passports, visa and other critical documents on their person without showing it off. If you carry your passport in a purse, put it in an inside the pocket and zip the pocket. A shoulder bag that’s worn across the body is best (less easy for a thief to steal). Keep the bag in front of you and keep the zippers and snaps closed up at all times.

One adult, one passport: Some people make the mistake of keeping all the passports together and held by one person. That action simply means losing more passports at once rather than keeping them all safe. Each person who’s old enough carries their own passport. Spread out the kids’ passports among the adults to minimize the impact of a single theft.

If you leave your passport, lock it up: If you leave your passport behind, lock it up. If you’re relatively confident in the safe in your room, you can use that, but be sure that others can’t get into the safe while you’re gone. Many of the hotel and cruise ship safes are just not that safe. If you can leave it with the hotel custody or hostel and have them lock it in their safe, that can be better, but if you don’t trust that option, consider a locking travel safe or lock it inside your hard-sided luggage that’s locked to an immovable object in your room (consider the plumbing around the toilet to be pretty darned immovable).

Be wary of those who want to hold your passport: This practice isn’t very common today, but in some places foreign hotels will ask for your passport and keep it. In some cases, they’re required to report the information to local authorities. If you’re uneasy with this practice – and you should be – ask the establishment to accept a copy of your passport in lieu of holding the document itself.

Keep the passport separate from the copies: The key to not losing everything is to divide it up. Having a copy of your passport page means you’ll have an easier time getting it replaced, but not if it’s stored with and therefore stolen with your passport.

Check regularly – In private: Check regularly that you’re still carrying your passport where you have kept it safely – especially if you are traveling internationally – but do this in private. If you make it obvious, a thief who’s watching will know just where to look for it. Check in the privacy of your room before you leave for the day and use opportunities like visiting bathroom stalls to verify it’s still where you think it is throughout the day.

Know your coverage for a lost or stolen passport: Many travel insurance plans include a lost or stolen passport as a covered reason for trip cancellation. Many travel insurance plans also include coverage for lost or stolen passports and even those who’ve had their identity stolen while on a trip. Read your plan carefully and understand what help you’ll have if your passport is stolen while you’re on a trip. Often, the coverage will pay a portion of your emergency passport replacement costs as well as helping you find the local passport office (usually an embassy or consulate).

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How to Protect Your Passport When Traveling Abroad

Use a passport cover: Not only does a cover keep your passport in good shape, but a passport cover from another country can be used to keep things low key and to keep people guessing.

Keep your passport in a RFID blocking sleeve or cover: Using a RFID blocking sleeve for our passports is something that we've started doing the last few years as hacker technology has improved. Same goes for protecting your debit and credit cards. It's just better not to take any risks. And, the RFID blocking sleeve also serves the purpose of providing an additional level of physical protection for the passport.

Go beyond making a copy of your passport: laminate it: This is our top passport safety tip: laminate a credit card-sized copy of the main page of your passport and carry it in your wallet or money belt. Think of this as the updated version of carry a photocopy of your passport as it not only looks more official, but it won't break down easily like a paper copy of your passport. And it's easy to make at the neighborhood copy shop.

Keep an electronic copy of the visa to the country you're traveling in on your phone: Every time you enter a new country take a photo of your visa from that country and keep it handy on your phone. This will show the date you entered, the date the visa expires, and that you are in the country legally. Always keep a photo of our visa on our phone just to avoid giving the police any excuse to harass you. Alternatively, you can make a photocopy of the visa and carry that with you.

Fake police officers: Scam police officers – people dressed in a police uniform – are common in some parts of the world. Once your real passport is in scammers' hands, they may play you further and extort money from you in order to give it back. You will be at their mercy as you cannot travel without a passport. Do not pull out your passport until you are in a public place and feel absolutely safe. The truth is that if you encounter a real police officer with a real reason to see your passport, he shouldn’t have a problem taking you to a nearby police station and walking with you to your hotel to retrieve it. In both locations, if you can manage it, pull your passport out only when you are in sight of a group of people. There is safety in numbers, and its safe for you too.

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Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)?

Recently the Centre notified the rules for the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on Monday (March 11), more than four years after its passage by Parliament in December 2019. The government has released more information regarding the actual process of applying for citizenship under CAA, as well as launching a web portal and mobile application, making the entire application process online. Here are the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) on CAA, its eligibility, application, and pressing concerns. Let’s have look at them. This will in brief give you a peek into CAA. Some say it’s controversial and others say, it’s a must for India due to the influx of refugees over the years and illegal entry of foreigners.

What is the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)? The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is a legislative proposal aimed at granting citizenship to Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi, or Christian refugees from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, or Pakistan who entered India on or before December 31, 2014, without valid travel documents such as passports. Upon applying for citizenship, subject to certain conditions, these refugees will be eligible for citizenship by naturalisation.

What is the application process under CAA? The application process for citizenship under CAA has been made under Section 6B of the Citizenship Act, 1955. The application process has been made online. It can be accessed through the CAA-2019 mobile app or the web portal: https://indiancitizenshiponline.nic.in. Applicants will need to fill out an application, upload the required documents, and pay a Rs 50 fee.

Who is eligible to apply for citizenship under CAA? The CAA applies exclusively to Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Buddhist, Parsi, and Christian foreigners who migrated from three countries – Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan - to India before December 31, 2014, due to religious persecution.

Does the CAA affect any Indian citizen? No, CAA itself does not impact Indian citizens.

What are the documents required to apply for citizenship under CAA? Applicants need to establish their country of origin, religion, date of entry into India, and knowledge of an Indian language.

Country of origin:  The requirement for a valid passport from the respective countries, along with a Residential Permit of India, has been relaxed. Various documents including birth certificates, educational certificates, and identity documents issued by countries are acceptable.

Date of entry into India: Applicants can provide a range of documents such as visas, immigration stamps, driving licenses, Aadhaar cards, ration cards, Government issued IDs, employment records, utility bills, school certificates from India, and more to establish their entry date.

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