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U.N. Calls for Peace, Afghans Battle WITH TALEBAN FORCES, HUSSEIN KOT,

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Afghanistan — International pressure for a cease-fire in Afghanistan grew Tuesday, but there was no sign on the ground of the two sides suspending their battle for the plains north of the capital Kabul.

The United Nations Security Council was expected to adopt a resolution calling for a cease-fire and political negotiations on Tuesday, while its envoy Norbert Holl continued his efforts to get the warring factions to agree.

But in this village 14 miles north of Kabul, Taleban fighters, who took the capital last month, poured rockets into positions held by former government military chief Ahmad Shah Masood to the north and in villages to the west.

There was also sporadic incoming fire from Masood positions.

Masood’s forces fought their way forward Tuesday toward the strategic Khair Khana pass on the main road into Kabul.

“We control the west side of the pass,” Sabir, one of Masood’s commanders in Hussein Kot, told reporters. Shellfire raised columns of dust on the hills around Khair Khana, while heavy machinegun fire echoed around the mountains.

“We have orders to move forward and take the pass,” said Sabir, in an apparent reference to calls from the two sides on Monday for a conditional cease-fire.

Doubt about where the front line is on maps has led to confusion over whether the village of Hussein Kot was in Masood’s or Taleban hands.

Some locals said the name applied to a string of villages along the road, parts of which may be held by each side.

Refugees continued to escape to Kabul, some forcing an overloaded truck on the main road to stop and clambering aboard in a near panic. One woman later fell off.

On the road just beyond Sabir’s mud-walled command post on the Masood side of the frontline, the charred carcass of a Merecedes bus burned after it was hit by a rocket earlier on Tuesday morning.

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Taliban fighters handle tank shells as they prepare to shell General Massoud’s forces

“Two boys were badly wounded,” said Mahmud Hojon, a doctor at a crumbling field hospital in the village. He said other passengers had managed to escape the bus when a rocket landed earlier nearby.

Hojon said fighting overnight had wounded 12 people, mostly civilians, who had already been evacuated.

Taleban fighters reiterated claims they had pushed Masood forces further back up this main road across the northern plains, and said they had captured 150 prisoners.

It was not immediately possible to confirm the claims. Masood, formally allied to northern Uzbek chief Abdul Rashid Dostum, has in the past 10 days reversed a Taleban offensive on his Panjsher stronghold and taken positions within rocket range of the city, including Bagram military airbase.

The Taleban, reinforced by an influx of fighters from other provinces, have stopped the advance within 30 minutes’ drive of the capital. Fighting has since been confined to a swathe of dusty plain and hilltops some 20 miles wide.

The planned U.N. resolution, drafted by Russia, calls for states to refrain from interfering in the conflict and stop supplying arms to factions.

It also calls on U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali and his envoys to cooperate with interested states and organizations to promote a political dialogue.

Pakistan, which has denied accusations it is backing the Taleban, has made some headway in brokering a cease-fire, with both the Taleban and Masood saying Monday they would halt fighting under certain conditions.

The Taleban have demanded an exchange of prisoners while Masood earlier called for the demilitarisation of Kabul. But the initiative, led by Pakistan Interior Minister Naseerullah Babar, appeared to founder late Monday when Masood spokesman Dr Abdullah said continued shelling by the Taleban had scuttled calls for a cease-fire.

It was not immediately clear whether the statement was Masood’s final word on the matter.

Afghan watchers say Pakistan’s efforts are hamstrung by suspicion that it is partisan and seeking to isolate Masood by reaching an understanding with his newfound ally Dostum.

U.N. envoy Holl, who was due to visit Dostum’s northern stronghold of Mazar-i-Sharif Tuesday, said Monday he welcomed the Pakistan initiative but warned no single country could bring peace to Afghanistan.

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Rajya Sabha Election: Will Mahavikas Aghadi’s Fourth Candidate Get Elected? jayant…

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Rajya Sabha Election: Will Mahavikas Aghadi’s Fourth Candidate Get Elected? Jayant Patil gave a great answer, he said

Talks with independents are taking place at various levels. We will be informed about this in due course, said Jayant Patil.

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Jayant Patil (archived photos)

The Mahavikas Aghadi is not in trouble. The Mahavikas front has a majority. Therefore, the fourth candidate from the alliance will win with good votes, said Jayant Patil, NCP state chairman and minister of water resources. Following a meeting with NCP Chairman Sharad Pawar at Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan today, Jayant Patil interacted with the media. He this time he made the above statement.

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“Discussions are taking place with independents at various levels. You will be notified in due course. People get angry at different times for different reasons. But the Samajwadi Party has stood against the BJP in Uttar Pradesh. So Therefore, they will support the Mahavikas Aghadi government,” said Jayant Patil.

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“She is fine. This has all started so that all MLAs are in Mumbai and available to vote due to Corona. Votes need to be shown, so it is not about kidnapping anyone,” said Jayant Patil.

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BJP will try to form a front. These elections were supposed to be uncontested. The candidate who is in the electoral arena; No need to blame him for trying to get votes. But originally, the Mahavikas Aghadi government was initially supported by 170 MLAs, so all the candidates will be elected,” said Jayant Patil.

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“Today, all members of the Legislative Assembly have received instructions from Mahavikas Aghadi. Most of the MLAs have arrived in Mumbai. Jayant Patil also said that this meeting was for all of them. Meanwhile, discussions are underway for the Legislative Council and we have two seats and it is being discussed for two seats Jayant Patil clarified that his decision will be announced in due course.

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Maharashtra HSC Result 2022: Class XII results to be announced tomorrow; ‘As a’ …

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Maharashtra HSC Result 2022: Class XII results to be announced tomorrow; See result ‘Asa’

Maharashtra Result 12 2022: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will release the class 12 results tomorrow.

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Maharashtra HSC Result 2022 Date & Time: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will soon announce the results of Class XII on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. The results will be announced at 4 p.m. Candidates must check the official website of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education for the latest information on the results.

The Maharashtra HSC results were expected to be released on the website on June 10, 2022. But the board has issued official notification that the results will be announced tomorrow June 8.

You can view the results by logging into this website:

  • msbshse.co.in
  • hscresult.mkcl.org
  • mahresult.nic.in.

Check the results of ‘Asa’

  • To view the Maharashtra Board results, first visit the official website of MSBSHSE maharesult.nic.in or hscresult.mkcl.org or msbshse.co.in.
  • On the home page, click on the MSBSHSE 12th Result 2022 link, the link will be activated as soon as the result is announced.
  • Enter your registration number and date of birth, enter the captcha and click submit.
  • Your result will appear on your screen, you can download and save it to your desktop below.

Around 14 lakh students sit HSC exams in Maharashtra every year. Last year Maharashtra Board canceled board exams 10 and 12 due to corona virus. The students were approved on the basis of the internal evaluation and the test. However, the board exams were held like every year, so the students are eagerly awaiting the results.

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Did the Bishnoi Gang threaten Salman Khan? After the chief’s consultation, Delhi…

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Did the Bishnoi Gang threaten Salman Khan? Important information provided by the Delhi Police after Mhorakya’s interrogation!

Who exactly threatened Salman Khan? The Mumbai Police are investigating in this regard and new information has come to light in the investigation by the Delhi Police.

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Salman Khan threatened by Lawrence Bishnoi Gang? (Photo – PTI)

Mumbai police have launched an investigation after receiving death threats against Bollywood actor Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan. The State Department of Home Affairs has also taken note of this and the Deputy Commissioner of Mumbai Police, Vishwas Nangre Patil, has provided detailed information to the Home Minister in this regard. The Department of the Interior suspects that Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang was involved in the threat. In this context, the Delhi Police has given important information in this regard after interrogating the leader of this gang, Lawrence Bishnoi, in prison.

Salman threatens Sidhu Musewala

On June 5, Salim Khan received a threatening letter in his backyard. The letter threatened to “do the same to Salman Khan and Sidhu Musewala”. A complaint has been filed with the Bandra police and a case has been registered against an unidentified person. In this context, Nangre-Patil informed the Minister of the Interior, Dilip Walse Patil, about the investigation of this case and other important information. The Home Office has also said Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang is suspected of being behind the threat to Salman Khan.

Reiki from Salman’s house before sending a threatening letter; Vishwas Nangre Patil arrives to meet the Minister of the Interior

Meanwhile, while all these activities were going on in Mumbai, the Delhi police questioned Lawrence Bishnoi, the leader of the Bishnoi gang, who was serving his sentence in jail. When he asked Lawrence about the threat to Salman Khan, Lawrence told him that he had nothing to do with it. The Delhi Police has given this information, according to a tweet from ANI.

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“I have no idea”

Law enforcement suspects that the Lawrence Bishnoi gang was involved in the murder of Sidhu Musewala. The Bishnoi gang had previously threatened to kill Salman Khan in an antelope poaching case. However, Lawrence Bishnoi’s statement that “I don’t know who threatened Salman Khan” has added to the mystery. Who exactly threatened Salman Khan? The Mumbai police is conducting a thorough investigation into it.

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