Iran allows cameras to be installed at nuclear facilities

Iran is allowing the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to re-install cameras at its Karaj nuclear plant. The IAEA’s cameras were damaged in a subversive attack on the plant in June this year.

Iran said on Wednesday it had agreed to allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to voluntarily install cameras at its nuclear facilities. This initiative has been taken to eliminate the ‘misunderstanding’.

Iran says security and judicial investigations into the attack have been completed. The International Atomic Energy Agency recently agreed to condemn the attack. Iran blames Israel for the attack.

The government of Iran’s current president, Ibrahim Raisi, has ruled that nuclear power plants cannot be recorded on camera. Although recorded on IAEA cameras. But Iran has said it will release the recorded video only if US sanctions are lifted.

The five members of the UN Security Council, China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany, signed the agreement with Iran in 2015. In the deal, Iran pledges to limit its nuclear program in exchange for lifting international sanctions. But in 2016, former US President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the deal and upheld sanctions on Iran. In retaliation, Iran also began enriching uranium in violation of the terms of the nuclear deal.

The six world powers have resumed talks on a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. The talks began on Thursday in the Austrian capital, Vienna, under the auspices of the European Union (EU). China, like other global powers, has joined the talks

A worker was unloading cargo on a cargo plane. Unbeknownst to him, the exhausted worker fell asleep while picking up luggage at the ‘cargo hold’.

In that case the plane took him abroad! The unforeseen incident took place last Sunday in Mumbai, India. Khabar Anandabazar newspaper.

The Indigo airline employee is currently in Abu Dhabi. He is being brought back to the country. The matter is being investigated by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS).

Arriving in Abu Dhabi, the eyes of the local workers were raised as soon as they opened the cargo hold. The Ministry of External Affairs has also been informed about the arrival of an Indian in Abu Dhabi without a valid passport or visa.

Airport sources said that he would be brought to India only after preparing the necessary documents for him from there.

One of the pilots said the passenger turned to Hawaii in the cabin and went to the cargo hold. So there is no lack of oxygen. But if there is a difference in air pressure and temperature, no animal is supposed to survive.

That’s why when someone carries a pet in a cage in a cargo hold, we are told. We keep the air pressure and temperature just right.

A helicopter crash in India on December 8 killed 13 people, including the country’s defense chief Bipin Rawat and his wife Madhulika Rawat.

The only surviving crew member of the helicopter, Captain Varun Singh, was admitted to the Army Hospital in Wellington, Tamil Nadu in critical condition.

Fighting to the death that day, he too died. He was admitted to the army hospital in critical condition. Khabar Anandabazar Patrika and NDTV.

A tweet from the Indian Air Force on Wednesday announced the death of Group Captain Varun Singh at noon on December 15.

Last Wednesday (December 6) at 12:40 pm, the Indian Army MI-17 helicopter crashed in the forest of Coonoor, Tamil Nadu. The helicopter caught fire shortly after takeoff.

The crashed helicopter had 14 people on board, including India’s defense chief Bipin Rawat. Among them were Bipin Rawat’s wife, defense assistant, security assistant and Indian Air Force pilots.