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The authorities were also in touch with her family. The Hindu reported that the two men were let off because they were Afghan and Judith was asked if she was a "foreigner".However her abduction made the police suspicious and the two men who were released were taken into custody Interrogating the men revealed significant details about the abduction and Judith’s whereabouts Judith’s family and well wishers had launched a campaign on Twitter to bring her back #rescuejudith was trending and people were doing their best to support the family and help with the rescue operation Since her abduction Judith’s family has written and appealed a number of times to the Indian government They have always received a positive response from the government They were always hopeful of her return Buenos Aires: At least 43 police officers were killed Monday when a bus in a convoy in northern Argentina blew a tire and veered off the side of a bridge falling at about 65 feet (20 meters) in an accident that brought the sad state of the South American nation’s roads into focus The bus was one of three carrying police near Salta a city about 932 miles (1500 kilometers) north of Buenos Aires The National Gendarmerie officers a special police force typically charged with patrolling frontier regions were on their way to Jujuy a region in northern Argentina that borders Bolivia Security Minister Patricia Bullrich who toured the scene told reporters that an initial investigation found that the right tire of the bus ruptured Gendarmerie members rescue corpses of police officers after a bus drove off a bridge in the Salta province north of Argentina AFP "This is a tragedy We are going to work to make sure gendarmes are better equipped" Bullrich said Local television images showed rescue crews working around the overturned bus which authorities said was carrying around 60 people Gustavo Diaz head of a group of volunteer firefighters in the area told Argentine state agency Telam that 20 police were injured and were being treated in area hospitals Authorities also warned the death toll could rise Roads in Argentina a large country with a land mass about four times the US state of Texas are poorly maintained in many rural areas The crash comes as President Mauricio Macri begins his first full week in office He issued a statement offering condolences to the families of the victims "It’s for this reason that we need to improve the roads so that this doesn’t keep happening" the statement read Still Juan Manuel Urtubey the governor of Salta said that this accident wasn’t caused by the poor state of Route 34 which some locally call the "highway of death" for the high number of accidents that happen on it "There are problems but not on that part of the road" where the crash happened he said adding that the tire appeared to be the cause In 2012 a dozen gendarmes were killed in accident in the southern province of Chubut when their bus collided with a truck AP On 17 April BBC released a video documentary on its website titled "What happened to India’s snake charmers" The 3 min 55 sec video had the following as its description Many in India now regard snake charming as an offensive stereotype that’s out of place in a modern nation But what happened to the charmers themselves once the ancient tradition was banned On 18 April BBC Pop Up "a travelling bureau that films your story ideas" put out the following poll on Twitter: Should India erase its snake charming culture to embrace modernity — BBC Pop Up (@BBCpopup) April 18 2016 Cue Twitter outrage The immediate response to the tweet was calling BBCnot just ignorant but also racist Let’s be clear there’s no defending the tweet It’s clear as daylight To condense an entire nation to the land of "snake charmers" is not just ignorant by offensive India is not a land of snake charmers The vivid imagery of "snake charmers" which apparently still lingers in the contemporary imagination and continues to represent a culture for the western minds comes from you guessed it the West itself In her book Caricaturing Culture in India: Cartoons and History in the Modern World author Ritu Gairola Khanduri writes about the origins of this trope that still has an enduring effect During the colonial rule imagery (cartoons) like that of ‘snake charmers’ and ‘bed of nails’ were used not only to comment on the social but the brewing political environment in India as well as in Britain Like Vishnupriya Bhandaram points out in this Firstpostarticle "India is not one it is many" Even when it was portrayed as one India could never have been just a "land of snake charmers" It is too big and diverse for that But what amazes one is how the stereotype still manages to survive Is it just ignorance or a lazy attempt at invoking an exotic imagery in modern times or do we genuinely associate the two What is the reason that it keeps coming back Is it just the fact that it is all too convenient to associate a population of 125 billion to ‘snake charmers’ rather than address their diversity and strive for breaking from the conventional And is the West solely to blame for the trope in 2016 "There was a time when India was considered a land of snake charmers It is thanks to you people and information technology that the perception about our country has changed" PM Narendra Modi said during his speech atMadison Square in the United States in September 2014 Lets get back to the documentary Right off the bat the documentary talks about how how the images of ‘snake charmers’ create stereotypes and talks about a need to rectify the use of such imagery The documentary is actually about people who worked as snake charmers before the government banned the practice and about how difficult it is for them to survive in contemporary India Far from being offensive or biased it makes for an intriguing 4 minute watch So what went wrong The tweet Poor choice of words Ignorant staff An intern handlingthe Beeb’s social media The possibilities are endless But then again writing charming tweets is not BBC’s forte Back in September 2015 BBC had managed to outrage many Indians when Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis won the US Open women’s doubles and two of BBC’s Twitter accounts chose to ignore Mirza Tweets from both the BBC and BBC Sports accounts said that "Hingis won the US open doubles titles" and "Hingis does it again" What made it worse was the fact that this was the second time that a BBC Twitter account failed to mention Mirza’s name After the Indo-Swiss pair’s Wimbledon triumph BBC India’s account tweeted "Hingis wins Wimbledon doubles final" So although it isdisconcerting to come across ‘snake charmer’ references today perhaps a single Google search would have led one to the documentary itself and answered a few questions about the broadcasting corporation’s"racist"outlook It is easy to take offence and outrage on Twitter just glance over at the trending hashtags at any point of time in the day But jumping the gun only backs the notion of how we harboursuch perceptions about our identities deep in our hearts Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government will launch a massive immunisation campaign in 38 eastern districts of the state to protect children from the deadly encephalitis disease that has been claiming hundreds of lives annually Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will flag off the campaign in Kushinagar tomorrow "Yogi Adityanath first raised the issue of encephalitis in 1998 in Parliament and after becoming the chief minister of the state he is fully committed to its eradication and a massive immunisation drive will be conducted in 38 eastern UP districts between May 25 and June 11" the state’s health minister Siddhartnath Singh toldreporters File image of Yogi Adityanath CNN-News18 Children up to 15 years of age will be included in this campaign the minister said adding that the chief minister will lauch it from a ‘malin basti’ (slum area) in Kushinagar while other cabinet ministers and senior leaders will shoulder the responsibility in other districts The minister said the drive will cover over 88 lakh children for which the central government has provided one crore vaccines Though vaccines are available for Japanese Encephalitis there is no such vaccine for checking acute encephalitis syndrome (AES) and better hygiene is the only way to ward it off the minister said adding that a ‘Swachta Abhiyan’ (cleanliness drive) will also be run alongside "The chief minister has sought help from MPs MLAs ministers and other people’s representatives to join the campaign by issuing an appeal" Singh said Some 40000 children have died of the disease in the past four decades in the region The minister said that about 85 per cent cases of Japanese Encephalitis and AES are reported among Dalits and minorities He took the opportunity to target the Opposition parties by saying it would have been better if those shedding tears over Saharanpur caste clashes had got themselves associated with this campaign a reference to BSP supremo Mayawati who visited the placeearlier He said the state government has taken the Saharanpur incident very seriously and sent four senior officials with the instructions to return only after normalcy is restored The chief minister has made an appeal to the people to maintain peace and has also sought cooperation from opposition parties he added he said, “The five-minute performance for the world record will see the buskers perform to the tunes of a popular song, Also,New Delhi: Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh on Thursday left for South Sudan leading the government’s ‘Operation Sankat Mochan’ to evacuate Indians from the African country which has been hit by violence that has claimed hundreds of livesthe US will plunge into another recession. 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