The terrorist attack that killed 44 CRPF personnel in Pulwama was claimed by the Jaish e Mohammad, whose founder and chief is Masood Azhar.
But did you know that Azhar was released by India in 1999?
This was after terrorists hijacked an Indian Airlines flight and demanded the release of terrorists in Indian jails. The seven day hijacking will go down as one of the biggest 'goof ups' in India's diplomatic history. *** Masood Azhar was a middle level operative of the Harkat ul Mujahideen when he was arrested in Kashmir in 1994. During the five years he was with the Indian authorities, he gave graphic details of ISI operations.
On December 24, 1999 IC 814 with 178 passengers and 11 crew members left Kathmandu for Delhi. It was hijacked soon after entering Indian airspace, as five masked men threatened to blow up the plane. They directed the captain to fly to Lahore.
Lahore refused permission to land, and the captain convinced the hijackers to let him land in Amritsar, saying that the plane had insufficient fuel.
The plane landed in Amritsar, but was airborne within an hour. Indian authorities failed to respond in time owing to a number of missteps. For one, Indian PM Atal Behari Vajpayee was on a flight when the hijacking took place, and was only informed of it when he landed in Delhi - over 100 minutes later. The National Security Guard - trained to handle hostage situations - never made it to Amritsar. Theories abound: Some say NSG were stuck in Delhi as there was no aircraft available to take them to Amritsar. Another theory says they were stuck in a traffic jam on the way to the Delhi airport.
The NDA government missed the opportunity to intervene in Amritsar ... The plane took off, refuelling in Lahore and landing in Dubai. By this time one passenger had been stabbed to death, and several injured. 26 passengers were released in Dubai.
From here the plane flew to Kandahar, Afghanistan - safely landing in Taliban controlled territory.
The militants now had the clear upper hand, and demanded a huge sum of money and the release of militants. Azhar was one of the militants released.
Home-made Healthy Burger Recipe :
Ingredients : Multigrain Burger base, 1 avocado, 1 Tomato, mix bell-peppers & spinach & rocket leaves for salad + spices (salt-pepper, oregano & Hot sauce for taste)
Carbs : 32grams
Protein : 9grams
Fats : 20grams
Tip : Many of you might doubt protein content is less so is it healthy or not. Let me tell you, yes it’s still healthy because you can increase protein content by adding some tofu or chickpeas (as a veg source) or eggs white scrambled (as a non-veg source for protein)
Now no need for adding cheat meals when you can cook better healthy stuff at home👍🏻💪🏻
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Этот пост я начну с цитаты Софи Бернхэм «У всех есть ангелы-хранители. Как заручиться их поддержкой? Просите. И благодарите»
Почему я заговорила про ангелов-хранителей⁉️ Потому что, отправившись в путешествие я уже много раз убедилась в том, что они у меня все-таки существуют‼️
Я постоянно благодарю их за поддержку 🙏🏼 Куда бы ни заводила меня судьба и как бы не складывались обстоятельства я все равно продолжаю двигаться вперед и не теряю свой позитивный настрой 😀
Вокруг происходит так много разных вещей, так много резких разворотов у близких людей, а я словно двигаюсь по своей изолированной дорожке, не обращая внимания на всех и вся 🙈
Возможно в дальнейшем все будет выглядеть для меня совершенно по-другому, но сегодня я живу, двигаюсь и радостно смотрю вперед 😍 Благодарю тебя, Вселенная!!
Indian spices include a variety of spices grown across the Indian subcontinent (a sub-region of South Asia). With different climates in different parts of the country, India produces a variety of spices, many of which are native to the subcontinent, while others were imported from similar climates and have since been cultivated locally for centuries.
Spices are used in different forms: whole, chopped, ground, roasted, sautéed, fried, and as topping. They blend food to extract the nutrients and bind them in a palatable form. Some spices are added at the end as a flavouring and are typically heated in a pan with ghee or cooking oil before being added to a dish. Lighter spices are added last, and spices with strong flavour should be added first. "Curry" refers to any dish in Indian cuisine that contains several spices blended together, whether dry or with a gravy base. However, it also refers to Curry leaves, commonly used in South Indian cuisine.