Court documents show that an Indian court issued subpoenas to more than a dozen individuals and companies including Chinese Internet giant Alibaba and its founder Jack Ma, summoning them to appear in court on July 29 in response to Alibaba’s UC network ( Web). A complaint that a former Indian employee believed he was wrongly fired by the company after opposing the company’s review and false information on the company’s application software.
Reuters reported on Sunday (July 26) that the subpoena was issued by a civil judge in a district court in Gurugram, the satellite city of New Delhi, the capital of India. The judge also asked Alibaba and its executives to provide a written response within 30 days.
After the deadly bloody border conflict between China and India broke out in June this year, India launched a domestic boycott of “Made in China” campaigns. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India announced on June 29 that 59 apps including Alibaba’s UC News and UC Browser, as well as TikTok, WeChat, and Weibo, were banned on the grounds of security concerns and subsequently, Alibaba UC Network began to fire employees in India.
In a previously unreported court document stating July 20th, Alibaba UC Web’s former employee Pushpandra Singh Parmar stated that the company had reviewed content that was unfavorable to China. Its application UC Tour Browser (Browser) and UC News (News) showed that false news “causes social and political unrest.”
According to the report, Parma has been serving as the deputy director of the UC Web office in Gurugram, India until October 2017 and he asked for compensation of 268,000 U.S. dollars.
Parma’s lawyer declined to comment, saying the case is still under review.
In more than 200 pages of court documents, Palma provided evidence of screenshots of alleged “false” news on UC News (News), including the headline of the 2017 Hindi News saying “2000 rupees from midnight today with banknotes to be banned”, a message in 2018 “War broke out between India and Pakistan”.
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Representatives of Alibaba did not respond to Reuters’ requests for comment from the Chinese company or Jack Ma.
The Indian authorities stated that these applications and software were banned because they received “trusted” information that threatened India’s sovereignty, and therefore decided to take measures to protect citizens’ data and public order.
Bangalore Coronavirus Covid-19 Update – Cases Quarantine Deaths Stats to India
Kempe Gowda was the founder of Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka state. It is a major cosmopolitan city and an industrial and commercial centre of the country. The origin of the city is traced back to the 16th century. And about two centuries later it became the capital of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Just as we walk along the Bellary Road at Lal Bagh the ancient ruins can still be found.
Popularly known as the Silicon Valley, Bangalore is the core center for India’s software industry. Plan and design of the city is perfect making Bangalore an attracting place to see. The trees laid on both the sides of the roads, well maintained parks, lined avenues, gardens and lakes and the rich greenery surrounding the city make it a heaven. The city is mainly sought by people who are seeking for higher opportunities and higher studies. Though thousands of industries are there and are coming up in the name of IT, Bangalore still remains the same with its old unspoiled beauty.
Places to visit in Bangalore
The Vidhana Soudha
Located at the North West end of the Cubbon Park, is the splendid architectural creation of India known as the Vidhana Soudha built in a Neo-Dravidian style. It was opened by Kengak Hanumanthaiya, the then Chief Minister. It houses both the State Legislature and Secretariat.
Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park
Lal Bagh is the beautiful garden laid by Hyder Ali and his son, Tipu Sultan in the 18th century. It is about 240 acres of land filled with plenty of plants and trees even including the rare sub-tropical plants. A deer park is also within the premises. Later, a large glass house conservatory was built to exhibit the annual flower and fruit shows. Covering an area of about 300 acres is the beautiful Cubbon Park laid out in the year 1864. The Public Library, the High Court, the Government Museum and the Visveswaraiah Technological & Industrial Museum are inside the park campus. The High Court building was built in 1864 and the Government Museum in 1886 with huge collections from the ancient period. Coins, art from the Halebid and Vijayanagar period are preserved well and are notable things in the museum.
The Summer Palace
Close by the City Market we can see the ruins of the fort which was once the summer palace of Tipu Sultan. The palace is an elaborately decorated structure with stunning appearance. It also has an in-built museum that contains the display of the life times of Tipu Sultan and Hyder Ali.
Temples of Bangalore
Bangalore is filled with many beautiful temples in the country. At the south of the city is the Basavangudi, a Bull temple built by Kempe Gowda, the founder of the city. It is a 15 foot craved structure resembling a bull carved from a single bolder. Near by the summer palace is the 300 year old Venkataramanaswamy Temple built by the Wodeyars. The condition f he temple is still excellent.
The Gavi Gangadhareswara temple is another inspiring attraction to visit. Being a cave temple it is designed in such a manner that during the Sankranti festival the sun rays pass between the horns of the bull placed outside the temple and thereby, illuminate the image of Lord Shiva. Built by Kempe Gowda in Ulsoor is a famous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva known as the Someshwara Temple.
Lakes in Bangalore
There are some lakes around the city and some even offer boating facilities. The must see lakes are the Ulsoor Lake, Sankey Tank, the Yediyur Tank and the Lal Bagh Lake. Visit to these lakes would make the travellers feel the cool breeze and would provide a comfort relaxation.
Places around Bangalore
Nritya Gram and Lake
About 35 km from the city is the splendid rustic village namely Hesaraghatta where we can see the man-made lake which is another tourist attraction. The place also homes the famous Nritya Gram, a dance centre providing excellent training in different disciplines of dance. This lovely village is a spectacular sight for the tourists.
Bannerghatta National Park
Bannerghatta National Park is about 21 km away from the city. A part of the Bannerghatta forest, the Park includes a mini zoo, a crocodile farm, lion and tiger safari parks.
Nandi Hills Resort
The Nandi Hills Resort is located of about 60 km from Bangalore at a height of 1478 metres above sea level. It is a impressive spot for all the visitors.
Shivaganga and Savandurga are the notable rock formations that can be seen easily in the outskirts of the city. It is believed that one of the places was used as a fortress and hideout by Kempe Gowda. The visitors can see these amazing formations of rocks and marvel at their beauty.
Mysore Tourist Spots
At about 141 km from the city of Bangalore is the captivating place called Mysore which was once the capital city of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. The city has many tourist spots and some of them are extraordinarily beautiful such as the Mysore Palace, Brindavan Gardens and so on. Some of the other famous locations include the Chamundi Hills, the Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery, Jaganmohan Palace, the Mysore Zoo and St. Philomena’s Church.
The Somnathpur Temple
About 40 km away from Mysore is the famous star-shaped temple built in 1260 A.D. that exposes the grandness of the Hoysala architecture. And other minor places include the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary near Srirangapatna.
Festivals of Bangalore
In the month of March or April the Karaga Festival is celebrated grandly at the Dharmaraya Temple. The Karaga refers to a pot dedicated to goddess Sakti, which is taken out at a particular time and is immersed in the Sampangi Tank located of about 20 km away from the city.
Travel to Bangalore
Bangalore being a major city transport facility is rich in transportation facilities. It has a wide connection for all major destinations. All means of transport is available.
Mirik Coronavirus Covid-19 Update – Cases Quarantine Deaths Stats North Bengal India
Mirik is a hill station in Darjeeling district in the northern part of West Bengal, India. Understand The name Mirik comes from the Lepcha words Mir-Yok meaning “place burnt by fire”. Mirik has become a tourism destination for its climate, natural beauty and accessibility. The centre of all attraction is the Sumendu lake made by […]
The name Mirik comes from the Lepcha words Mir-Yok meaning “place burnt by fire”.
Mirik has become a tourism destination for its climate, natural beauty and accessibility. The centre of all attraction is the Sumendu lake made by surrounded by a garden on one side and pine trees on the other, linked together by an arching footbridge called Indreni Pull (Rainbow Bridge). A 3½-km-long road encircles the lake and is used for walks with the view of Kangchenjunga on the far horizon. Boating on the quaint shikaras and pony riding are available.
Mirik is 52 km northwest of Siliguri city and 49 km (30 mi) south- southwest of Darjeeling town. Bagdogra 52 km south of Mirik is the nearest airport and New Jalpaiguri adjacent to Siliguri is the nearest railway station.
Few buses ply from Mirik to Siliguri and Darjeeling. Shared taxis operate from Mirik to Siliguri. One can hire a taxi at a cost of ₹800-1200. Shared taxis also operate from Darjeeling Motor Stand to Krishnanagar, Mirik (just beside the Mirik Lake) and the fare is the same. It is operated by Mirik Tour & Travels. Shared taxis are available for internal transportation within Mirik to travel from Mirik Lake to Mirik Bazar at ₹5 per head.
View of Mirik town with Sumendu lake and surroundings
- Bokar Monastery – It is located on the way to Rameetay Dara and is famous as a Buddhist meditation center.
- Bunkulung (Jayanti Nagar) – Ecotourism is being promoted here and home-stay facilities are available here. Rangbhang Homestay, Mirik Busty also promotes eco-tourism.
- Debisthan – A temple of a Hindu goddess located on a hillock near the Sumendu lake.
- Mirik Church – It is located near Don Bosco School.One of the most beautiful and one of the bigger catholic church of Darjeeling district.
- Orange Orchards – Mirik is famous for its high-quality oranges. These are grown in Mirik Busty, Murmah and Soureni Busty.
- Orchids – Mirik has one of the best climate for a typical orchid called Cymbidium orchids, which fetches one of the highest prices in the world flower markets. One such Cymbidium orchid garden is Darjeeling Gardens Pvt. Ltd. located in Rato Mate in Mirik.
- Pasupati Nagar – This border market with Nepal is a commercial center for trade in clothes, electronic and household goods.
- Rai Dhap – Source of drinking water for Mirik and a picnic spot.
- Rameetay Dara – A viewpoint near the town from where one can see the surrounding mountains and the vast plains below.
- Silimbong (Leaving Mirik take to route to Rimbik. Take a left turn at village Dhotre, and drive another 7 km to Silimbong.). A hamlet situated in one of the most beautiful hill forests in the Darjeeling district. Situated in the densest of forests, it is far from the madding crowd The light of civilisation is yet to touch and spoil the nature here, though hospitality from the 4-5 families that reside here is overwhelming and natural. The result of a forestation project by West Bengal Forest Development Corporation. Roaming in the jungles here reveals how much effort has been put in to give back Earth one of its lost possessions, the forest. Among the dense forest, a very small portion of land has been cleared to accommodate visitors. (updated Mar 2017)
- Sumendu Lake – It is the heart of Mirik. There is an 80 ft (24 m) long footbridge over the lake. One can boat in the lake or take a horse ride around the lake.
- Sunrise Point – Scenic views of the sun rising in the east and its reflection on Kanchanjunga in the north. The plains of North Bengal can also be seen from here.
- Swiss Cottage (also known as Motel) – an exotic lodging at the highest altitude of Mirik, far from the crowds of the town.
- Tea Gardens – A number of tea gardens producing the famous Darjeeling tea are located in and around Mirik.
- Tingling View Point – A panaromic view of the tea gardens can been seen from here.
Where to stay in Mirik
The majority of the hotels and restaurants are in the Krishnanagar area of Mirik. DGHC, (a government agency), operates a motel at a hilltop near the helipad at Allay and a tourist lodge located very near the lake. There are other good hotels in Krishnanagar such as Jagjeet, Sadbhavna, Ratnagiri, Mhelung, The Park Hotel, Viraz, Parijat and Blue Lagoon. There are some hotels in Mirik Bazar such as Boudi Hotel and Hotel Payal. There are many lodges and private guest houses such as Nigha, Ashirvad and Buddha. There is a beautiful Forest Rest House in Mirik that can be booked from the District Forest Office, Kurseong. There is also a PWD (Public Works Department) Inspection Bungalow near the lake that can be booked from Siliguri PWD office. Rangbhang Homestay is the first homestay in the Mirik Valley and offers one of a kind experience.
- Rangbhang Homestay (Rangbhang Homestay), Mirik Busty, School Dara 734214 (Nearest Airport- Bagdogra, Neareast Railhead- NJP), ✉ email@example.com. 10.
Bishnupur Coronavirus Covid-19 in West Bengal Rarh
Bishnupur (also spelt as Vishnupur) is a town in Rarh in India famous for its terracotta temples. Cluster of temples in Bishnupur Understand Romesh Chunder Dutt wrote in the late 19th century, “The ancient Rajas of Bishnupur trace back their history to a time when Hindus were still reigning in Delhi, and the name of […]
- I Introduction
- II Get in
- III Get around
- IV Sightseeing in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
- V What to do in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
- VI Shopping in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
- VII Where to eat in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
- VIII Drink
- IX Where to stay in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
- X Go next
- XI Coronavirus Infections in West Bengal by Districts
Romesh Chunder Dutt wrote in the late 19th century, “The ancient Rajas of Bishnupur trace back their history to a time when Hindus were still reigning in Delhi, and the name of the Musalmans was not yet heard in India. Indeed, they could already count five centuries of rule over the western frontier tracts of Bengal before Bakhtiyar Khilji wrested the province from the Hindus.
The Musalman conquest of Bengal, however, made no difference to the Bishnupur princes… these jungle kings were little known to the Musalman rulers of the fertile portions of Bengal, and were never interfered with. For long centuries, therefore, the kings of Bishnupur were supreme within their extensive territories. At a later period of Musalman rule, and when the Mughal power extended and consolidated itself on all sides, a Mughal army sometimes made its appearance near Bishnupur with claims of tribute, and tribute was probably sometimes paid. Nevertheless, the Subahdars of Murshidabad, never had that firm hold over the Rajas of Bishnupur which they had over the closer and more recent Rajaships of Burdwan and Birbhum. As the Burdwan Raj grew in power, the Bishnupur family fell into decay; Maharaja Kirti Chand of Burdwan attacked and added to his zamindari large slices of his neighbour’s territories. The Marathas completed the ruin of the Bishnupur house, which is an impoverished zamindari in the present day.”
There are more historical temples in Bishnupur than in any other place in West Bengal. Almost all temples in Bishnupur town are Vaishnavite, but many of those scattered in different areas of the district spread outside the town are Shaivite, with traces of Jainism and Buddhism. While some of the older temples were built of laterite the area has numerous brick built temples, some with exquisite terracotta carvings.
While Bankura district has some fine examples of rekha deul temples built in what is popularly known as the Kalinga architecture of Orissa, as for example at Bahulara, but it is the Bengal style of architecture that attracts attention in the district. The Shyamrai temple built by Raghunath Singh in 1643 is perhaps the oldest pancharatna temple in Bengal. With curved roofs in thatched style, it has one pidha deul in the centre and one in each corner. The Jor Bangla temple was built in 1655 also by Raghunath Singh. It is a fine example of the Bengal style of temple architecture. Gods and goddesses were thought of as being close to human beings and as such placed in temples that resembled human habitation, the hut with thatched roof.
Four distinct types of temples may be distinguished in Bishnupur. The first has a single square on a curved roof and is represented by Malleswar temple. The second has a single tower on a curved roof. The best examples of this are Madan Mohan temple in brick and in laterite Lalji and Radha Shyam temples. The pancharatna temple has five towers on a curved roof. The best examples are Shyam Rai temple in brick and Madan Gopal temple in laterite. The fourth type is the Jor Bangla type with two buildings shaped like a typical Bengal hut joined together with a small turret on top, and is the most interesting one from the architectural point of view. The Shyam Rai temple has the finest specimens of carved tiles.
It needs to be mentioned that the powerful Rajas of Bishnupur had a non-descript single storied palace, not even comparable to the Rajbaris of many a somewhat ordinary zamindar in Bengal. Even the fort at Bishnupur seems to have been constructed for the protection of temples.
By bus, road or train from Kolkata.
- By bus – Calcutta State Transport Corporation (CSTC) and South Bengal State Transport Corporation (SBSTC) buses ply regularly between Dharmatala/ Esplanade bus stand of Kolkata and Bishnupur. It takes about 4–5 hours to reach Bishnupur. The road distance is shorter than the rail distance, it is about 150 km.
- By road – From Kolkata travel to Dankuni, take the Durgapur Expressway, at Ratanpur crossing turn left and take the Sheoraphuli-Tarakeswar road, go straight through to Arambagh and Bishnupur.
- By train – It takes about 3:30 to 4:15 hours from Kolkata, distance 201 km. Convenient connections – Rupashi Bangla Express departing Howrah at 6AM, Purulia Express departing Howrah at 4:45PM and Aranyak Express departing Shalimar at 7:45AM. To come by Aranyak Express from Howrah to Bishnupur,1st one has to come at Santragachi by local train & then by Aranyak Express.All these trains are via Kharagpur,Midnapur. You can also opt for Howrah-Chakradharpur passenger which leaves Howrah at 23:05 hours. This train has sleeper class provision.
Other option, come at Kharagpur/Midnapur/Bardhman/Durgapur by train form Howrah. Then by bus.
Netaji Subhas Airport at Kolkata is the nearest for regular commercial flights. Those who are looking for flight connections may check for flights to and from Kazi Nazrul Airport at Andal, Durgapur.
From other places –
- By bus from Tarakeshwar
- By train from Kharagpur
- By bus from Bardhman
- By bus from Durgapur
- By train from Asansol
By cycle rickshaw because it is a small place. Many of the temples are near each other. Most are within walking distance of one another. Cars are also available on hire.
- 23.064987.30131 Bishnupur railway station.
- 23.067387.31172 Bishnupur bus stand.
Sightseeing in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
Bishnupur being a temple town, the focus is on temples, all built of terracota during the reign of the Malla kings, who ruled over the area prior to the arrival of the British. The sights other than temples are also listed below.
- Chhinnamasta Temple.
- Jorbangla Temple. Built by King Raghunath Singha Dev II in the 17th century. The ornate terracotta carvings are set off by the roof in the classic chala style of Bengal architecture.
- Kalachand Temple.
- Krishna-Balaram Jugalkishore Temple. (updated Oct 2017)
- Madanmohan Temple. King Durjana Singh Deva built the temple in 1694 AD in the ekaratna style, a square flat-roofed building with carved cornices, surmounted by a pinnacle. Impressive carvings on the walls depict scenes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and the Puranas.
- Madangopal Temple.
- Malleswar Temple.
- Mrinmoyee Temple.
- Nandalal Temple.
- Radhagovinda Temple.
- Radhalaljiu Temple.
- Radhamadhab Temple.
- Radheshyam Temple.
- Sanreswar Temple.
- Sarbamangala Temple.
- Shyamrai Temple (Pancha Ratna Temple of Shyam Rai). Built in 1643 by King Raghunath Singha. The walls are richly decorated with terracotta carvings featuring aspects of Lord Krishna’s life. It is one of the largest temples.
- Baro Pathar Darja. Main Gateway of Bishnupur
- Dalmadal Caman. Supposed to have protected Bishnupur when the Bargis (Maratha warriors) attacked from the west.
- Garh Darja. Small Gateway of Bishnupur
- Gumgarh. The place of no return.
- Nutan Mahal.
- Rasmancha. Oldest brick structure. Built in 1587 by Bir Hambir is a pyramidal structure in the centre of the town, where the deities from the other temples are brought in a procession on the occasion of the Rasa Festival. There are some cannons of the Malla kings in the area.
- Stone Chariot.
- Bahulara (25 km. from Bishnupur). It is well known for the Siddheswar Siva temple and ruins of Buddhist chaityas from early centuries AD. (updated Oct 2017)
- Dihar (8 km from Bishnupur). It is well known for the Saileswar and Sareswar temples. King Prithvimalla of the Malla dynasty built the temples in 1346.It is one of the proto-historic sites that has been discovered. By about 1200-1000 BC chalcolithic people had settled on the north bank of the Dwarakeswar River. After the early historic period nothing noticeable has been discovered at Dihar till Saivite activity around 14th century AD (updated Oct 2017)
- Dharapat (12 km from Bishnupur). There is a 18th century Jain-Hindu temple. There are three excellent stone idols in the temple — two Jain deities and Vishnu. All three are on the outer walls. There are some stone relics in Dharapat. One of them, and a very interesting one, is a statue of Parasnath that has been converted into a Vishnu idol by carefully adding two hands. It obviously signifies the overpowering Hindu influence after the decline of Jainism in the area.
- Panchmura (About 10 km from Bishnupur). The village where they make the famous terracotta horses.
Note: Reduce (-) the attached map to see the location of these places properly.
What to do in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
It is also a great centre for music – the Bishnupur gharana is well known in classical music. Look out for opportunities, check where you stay, if you are an Indian classical music fan.
Shopping in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
- Baluchari Saris – another famous Bishnupur product. Traditionally woven with Ramayana and Mahabharata symbols but modern versions are also available.
- Bankura Horse – now the symbol of Indian handicrafts – available in different sizes both in the terracota and wood versions.
- Conch shell beads and items.
There are plenty of shops you can walk into, but in case you are unable to locate one, here is a short guide:
- Terracota Crafts, Dalmadal Road.
- Shri Hari Sankha Bhandar, Shankharipara.
- Maa Durga Sankha Bhandar, Shankharipara.
- Silk Khadi Seva Mandlal in the Baltala area sells silks.
- New Krishna Cloth Store in Chawk Bazar, Bishnupur. Collection Of Baluchari sarees
Where to eat in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
Bishnupur is a little city. One can find various small eateries in and around the temples as well as near the main bus stand. However, one should try Posto-r Bora. You may also try various types of fries (telebhaja) and Sweetmeat near Sibdas Girls school prepared from pure Ghee.
If you want a simple Bengali lunch with posto bora, Hotel Monalisa is the place to go.
Hard drinks are generally available in the hotels.
Where to stay in Bishnupur (West Bengal)
- Bishnupur Lodge (Tourist Lodge of West Bengal Tourism). Double bed,4 bed and dormitories available here.Rooms ₹600 and AC-₹1400, ₹2000. Dormitory ₹100..
- Bishnupur Lodge (private hotel). ₹200-₹500.
- Hotel Bishnupur. ₹200-₹500.
- Hotel Laxmi Park. With a restaurant serving Indian, Chinese and Tandoor food with room service. ICICI Bank and SBI ATMs are available AC & Non AC Rooms (39 Room) @ 200,300,450,700,800,900,1100,1300,1800 as single, Double, three and four bed rooms.
- Mallabhum Lodge (Mallabhum Lodge), Rasikgang. Run by Bishnupur. provides budget accommodation in its standard double rooms and comfortable accommodation in its standard rooms, 4-bedded rooms and dorms. ₹500.
- Meghmallar. ₹200-₹500.
- Monalisa Lodge. ₹250-₹500.
- Pourasabha Parytakabas. ₹250-₹500.
- Udayan Lodge, College Road. ₹250-₹600.
- Bankura – 30 km from Vishnupur, the district headquarters town.
- Biharinath – for a holiday in the lap of nature.
- Jairambati and Kamarpukur – 43 km. from Vishnupur are Jairambati and Kamarpukur, birthplaces of Sri Ma Saradamoui and Sri Ramakrishna Pramahansa. Near Kamarpukur is the historic Garh Mandaran, made famous by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee.
- Mukutmanipur – about 83 km from Bishnupur, by the side of the river Kangsabati. The major tourist attraction is the dam across the river and the hilly landscape.
- Susunia Pahar – one of the important hills in the district, rising abruptly from the neighbouring plains to a height of 44 metres. Stone inscriptions of Chandravarma, a 4th-century king, have been discovered here. From Bankura on the Bankura-Purulia road, one has to alight at Chhatna on the 13th km. Susunia is 7 km. north of Chhatna.
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