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Indian journalist, specialist in defence, arrested for “spying” for China

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first_img Indian journalist wrongly accused of “wantonly” inaccurate reporting News Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for Indian freelance journalist Rajeev Sharma’simmediate release in the absence of solid evidence to support Delhi police claims that this specialist in defence issues supplied “classified documents” to Chinese intelligence agents in exchange for payment. Receive email alerts India: RSF denounces “systemic repression” of Manipur’s media News RSF demands release of detained Indian journalist Siddique Kappan, hospitalised with Covid-19 IndiaAsia – Pacific Protecting sources Armed conflictsImprisonedJudicial harassment September 22, 2020 Indian journalist, specialist in defence, arrested for “spying” for China However, the police did not specify the nature of the documents or produce any hard evidence to support their allegations. The Press Club of India, whose members include many New Delhi-based journalists, has questioned the claims, recalling two previous cases in which the Delhi police special cell arrested journalists on charges that subsequently proved to have been completely fabricated. A screengrab of Rajeev Sharma’s latest video posted just before his arrest (photo: Youtube). “As long as the New Delhi police fails to produce hard evidence of Rajeev Sharma’s alleged involvement in this unexplained spying case, his detention will be regarded as arbitrary,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “He must therefore be released at once, or else his detention constitutes intimidation of all journalists, especially those covering national security issues. Rajeev Sharma must not be the collateral victim of the increase in tension between India and China.” A specialist in covering defence and strategic issues, Sharma is loathed in Indian nationalist circles and has repeatedly been the target of attacks on Twitter, attacks that immediately intensified when his arrest was reported. to go further Collateral victim April 27, 2021 Find out more In the second video, posted just before his arrest, Sharma criticized the Indian media’s growing subservience to the current government. IndiaAsia – Pacific Protecting sources Armed conflictsImprisonedJudicial harassment Organisation Follow the news on India RSF_en In the first, he cautioned Indian negotiators trying to resolve border disputes with China against further “mischief” by China. Indian nationalism and hostility towards China among some of the population has been exacerbated by a clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in a disputed Himalayan region in June involving losses on both sides, including the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers. News That is what members of the Delhi police “special cell” claimed at a press conference on 18 September. They said Sharma had received a total of 3 million rupees (34,400 euros) for information supplied to two agents working for Chinese intelligence, a Nepalese man and a Chinese woman, who have also been arrested. March 3, 2021 Find out more Respected by many of his fellow journalists, Sharma writes for various outlets and has a YouTube channel entitled “Rajeev Kishkindha” on which he posted two videos on the day of his arrest. India is ranked 142nd out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. A court yesterday ordered another seven days of “custodial interrogation” for Rajeev Sharma, who was arrested under India’s Official Secrets Act on 14 September for allegedly passing “sensitive information” to Chinese intelligence. Help by sharing this information News February 23, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

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HR: Why The IQ/EQ balance is important

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first_img Comments are closed. When hiring a new staff member, what are the key criteria you look for outside of the competence or experience in fulfilling the job description?We live in an age of collaboration and knowledge sharing and so the ability to positively influence situations and navigate your way around day to day scenarios with tact and diplomacy are fundamental to success. Intelligence, experience and skill are essential for success but we must stop thinking of intelligence as knowledge gained in academia. It is now widely accepted that the most successful among us have a blend of IQ and EQ, the proportions of which are widely disputed. We define and measure EQ in 5 areas. They are Self-awareness/self-control, Empathy, Social skills, Personal Influence & Motivation. So how do you screen for EQ? Here are a few questions that may help:Tell me about a time when your actions positively impacted someone else?Have you ever been in a situation where you realised that you have had to change or modify your behaviour? How did you notice this?Tell me about a time you have had to prepare yourself for a situation you knew would be negative. What did you do? How did it work out?Have you ever received criticism? What was it? Were you surprised?Tell me about a time that you were angry with someone at work. What did you do?Situational questioning will require you to observe not just the answer but how the interviewee is answering and how comfortable they are with the questions, but you will be ensuring best possible chance of securing a well-rounded professional who will flourish and succeed in a broader range of environments and circumstances. HR: Why The IQ/EQ balance is importantShared from missc on 23 Feb 2015 in Personnel Today Read full article center_img Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

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