Mohammad Latif Khatana, a 32-year old man found the joy of his heart by getting his first born daughter, something thought it might have been impossible. Despite being physically challenged, with nearly no part of his body to call face, the newly born daughter is such beautiful that he did not believe the outcome. To his imaginations, he thought that the new born will look more like him based on the genetic composition. Latif us disadvantaged in the face. More mysteriously, his wife Salima who is 25 years old
Latif Khatana is a man from Jammu,India who was born with a severe facial tumours that he no longer has a face. He says he was born with the tumours and as he grew up the tumours grew larger and larger. Latif suffers from Neurofibromatosis which is a rare genetic disorders that causes tumours to grow on nerve tissues anywhere in the body. Unfortunately for Latif, the largest tumours are on his face. Both of his eyes are covered with large folds of skin, Latif has lost most of his eyesight. He says, "It is difficult
Today we bring to you an article on a man who has no face that got married to a woman with just one leg in India and they had a perfectly healthy baby girl. The man who has been identified as Mohammad Latif Khatana and his wife Salina, the man is said to be 32years old while his wife is 25. They hail from Jammu and Kashmir in India. They have given their new born the name Ulfat, according to the dialect which means love from Urdu, the baby is said to have been delivered at home. They couple are very happy and
The killing of two teachers in Jammu and Kashmir by terrorists caused tension in the region, taking to the streets locals demanded that the government takes immediate action to bring the menace to an immediate end. They demanded justice for the two, The Resistance Front Movement(TRF) is believed to be behind the killings.
India has ordered Pakistan to move out of its territory immediately this is after the back and forth between them after Pakistan brought up the issue Kashmir and Jammu in the UN Security meeting. India says that Pakistan doesn't have the moral authority to discuss peace in such a meeting when they propagate and host terrorists.
India now claims that Pakistan-based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET ) has been using the pseudo acronym TRF. TRF has in the recent last been taking responsibility for terror strikes in Jammu and Kasmir. India says LET is using TRF to evade being prosecuted. National Investigative Agency (NIA) during the recent Bathindi IED investigation established that TRF was a shadow of the famous LET financed by Pakistan.
India can now breath a sigh of relief as Coronavirus cases which has hit the country hard is showing a drastic drop . This is as per the report from the Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla who noted that the positivity rate had reduced from 13% to 6.2% .
For years, Kashmir valley was marginalized and not connected to the world. In recent days however the government of India has put measures and infrastructure projects to link the region to the outside world. As seen in the recent happenings, the first airline in the region to have direct flights outside the country signed an MoU with a cargo company to transport goods from the region outside.
India is currently firm in fighting corona virus. It is making sure that most of the health facilities is well equiped with oxygen which will help in saving the lives of many corona virus patients. Now in India, in the awake of the covid-19 pandemic, thirty two additional Pressure Swing A, dsorption(PSA) oxygen generation plants have been sanctioned by the center for Jammu and Kashmir under the PM cares fund.
Even as terrorists cause havoc in the border valley of Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian government has vowed to not stop at anything to ensure that the marginalized region gets a share of the National cake. PM Narendra Modi has shown that the region is in his heart.
India has poured water on Pakistan's sentiments on the status of the relationship between the two countries. While in a local media station, a representative from the external affairs ministry Arindam Bagchi said Pakistan's certification for their actions is not acceptable. The two nations have been conflicting for the ruling of Jammu and Kashmir which he said are an integral part of India.
As it is his norm, India's prime minister Narendra Modi celebrated Diwali with soldiers. This year's celebration was held in the Nowshera sector in Jammu and Kashmir. Modi took the chance to heap praises on the soldiers for keeping the country safe. He urged them to not only guard the country's geographical boundaries but also the national vibrancy, unity, and integration.
As India continues to recover from the adverse effects of Coronavirus, the government has set up a fleet of activities to see gradual recovery. In Jammu and Kashmir, the government of India has set a football tournament. Being the first football tournament to be her in the area, it received the warmest welcome.
Farmers of litchi in Jammu district are full of enthusiasm as the crop has proven to be more profitable. The farmers has so far gain more income and profits compared to the past years. Horticulture department have supported them by providing subsidies thus aiding in the maximization of the profits gained.
After the Coronavirus pandemic, many parents lost their daily income due to the loss of jobs and businesses. As a direct impact, many students dropped out. To help them two organizations have formed a coalition and organized a fair to help them. Salwat Hamrah the founder of outdoor adventure company "Get Beyond Limits " and the founder of 'The Wonder School' in Pune organized a cycling expedition to raise funds to help those talented kids from humble backgrounds.
Jammu and Kashmir Youth Development Forum(JKYDF) held a conference to evaluate the status of the constant terror attacks in the region. They finalized a concrete report on how Pakistan has since the 1947 attack constantly sponsored attacks in the region. The conference exposed the role of Pakistan in the rising terrorism in the valley.
To celebrate 50 years since India triumphed over Pakistan in 1971 war, the government organized a celebration in Baramulla. The function was well attended by government officials, artistes, and relatives of the soldiers who died in the war. The celebration held on Monday 28th June was marked by the reception of four victory flames lit by prime minister Narendra Modi on December 16t,h 2020 at the National war memorial and sent to four Cardinal directions.