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UGDP is a force to reckon with as far as election in Goa are concerned where even a couple of legislators can tilt the power frame in a scenario where political parties have to walk on egg shells to keep their flock together.” he said.The minister also deliberated on how the absence of proper and effective institutional system of guidance often leads children to drug abuse and crimes “Law and legislation alone cannot help us to improve the situation Change can only be envisaged with our commitment towards ensuring overall welfare of the children” he said He said many a time children who lack primary support system end up working in unorganised sectors providing cheap labour making them vulnerable to abuse He impressed upon the district administration to take up the implementation of various provisions of the Jammu and Kashmir Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act in the district on a mission mode The minister instructed the officials to gear up their efforts for eradicating the menace of drug abuse which can have detrimental effect on the growth and personality of the children He also called for coordination and collaborative approach among the field agencies in the matter so that the menace is rooted out from the district For all the latest Jammu News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 1 2017 7:18 pm A bench of justices Adarsh Kumar Goel and U U Lalit said that the apex court had earlier asked the CBI to complete its investigation in June but it failed to do so Top News The Supreme Court on Friday directed the CBI to complete in the next six months its probe into allegations of irregularities in purchase or hiring of 111 aircraft for Air India for a whopping Rs 70000 crore when Praful Patel was the civil aviation minister The top court refused to accept a plea of the CBI seeking time to complete its probe saying “the investigation has to be completed in days not in years” A bench of justices Adarsh Kumar Goel and U U Lalit said that the apex court had earlier asked the CBI to complete its investigation in June but it failed to do so “It’s around one year since the last order of apex court on January 5 This is sufficient time to complete the investigation Can you give us any deadline how much time you need to complete the investigation” the bench asked Additional Solicitor General P S Narasimha appearing for the CBI The ASG said that CBI has already registered an FIR in the case and is investigating all aspects but since there are accused who are residing abroad letter rogatory needs to be sent “Two years time should be given to complete the probe on all the aspects” the ASG said To this the bench said “No it cannot be done you complete the probe in next six months Investigations has to be completed in days not years” The top court had on January 5 asked the CBI to complete its probe by June into the allegations of “serious irregularities” in purchase or hiring of 111 aircrafts It had also asked the agency to look into the fresh allegations made by NGO CPIL that Patel made Air India to buy biometric system for a hefty sum of Rs 1000 crore The Centre had earlier told the court that most of the allegations referred to in the petition are a result of adverse comments made by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) and the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament (PAC) It had said that some of the observations in the case were made by senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi as the chairman of PAC in February 2014 and a detailed response has been filed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation on January 19 2015 The NGO had earlier told the court that Canada’s superior court has convicted a person for paying bribe to the then minister for the purchase of biometric system for a whopping cost of Rs 1000 crore for the airline The NGO had earlier moved to the apex court against the government and Air India seeking a CBI/SIT probe into alleged irregularities including purchase of aircraft and giving up of profit-making routes allegedly to private airlines during the UPA dispensation The court had in September 2012 issued notice to the government and Air India on the plea of CPIL seeking a CBI/SIT probe into the alleged irregularities The plea had alleged that various decisions taken during the tenure of Patel were meant to benefit private airlines and had caused huge loss to Air India The NGO had referred to several of Patel’s decisions including the “massive” purchase in 2005-06 of 111 aircraft for national airlines costing around Rs 70000 crore taking a large number of planes on lease giving up profit-making routes and timings in favour of private airlines and the merger of Air India and Indian Airlines It approached the apex court challenging a Delhi High Court order dismissing its plea into the alleged irregularities In its petition before the apex court the NGO had alleged that the actions and decisions of the then civil aviation minister “ruined our national carriers cost the national exchequer tens of thousands of crores and the only beneficiary of the above decisions were foreign aircraft manufacturers private and foreign airlines” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: July 26 2013 8:16 pm Related News Union Minister Farooq Abdullah’s comment that a meal could be had in just one rupee today prompted CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat to suggest that such a scheme be implemented in Jammu and Kashmir – two Congressmen have already been pilloried for their meal at Rs 12 and Rs 5 comments “If this is correctthen why not implement it in J and K where there is autonomy” Karat said at a press conference when asked to comment on the remarks of Abdullah as also Congress leaders Raj Babbar and Rashid Masood Related: Full Mumbai meal at Rs 12says Raj Babbar Abdullah’s party National Conference runs a coalition government in the state with Congress Asked whether one could have a hearty meal in 5 or 12 rupees as suggested by Masood and BabbarKarat said “this is just impossible in this age of price rise” Poverty: Read full report He said one can have “cheap and good food” at the canteens run by AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu with government subsidy AIADMK is a friendly party of the Left Karat was also critical of the poverty estimates brought out by the government and wondered “how can the poor live on just Rs 27” Related: Rs 33 spend by citizens axes poverty to 219% “The Congress is trying to project that it is all milk and honey in the country” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Amritsar | Updated: July 1 2016 1:11 pm Sukhbir to appear at the Akal Takht by July 20 Related News The simmering tensions among various political factions in the Sikh community came to a boil once again when three parallel “jathedars” appointed by radical groups in 2015 issued summons to Deputy Punjab Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal and also sent out a directive asking Sikhs not to participate in the June 21 Yoga Day events as it was not in keeping with their religion The three have asked Sukhbir to appear at the Akal Takht by July 20 to explain the government’s alleged inaction in solving cases related to desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib reported from various parts of Punjab last year WATCH VIDEO:Guru Granth Sahib Desecration Report Submitted After Hour-Long Drama Share This Article Related Article The ‘jathedars’ were appointed at a controversial “Sarbat Khalsa’ called by radical groups last year challenging the existing leadership at the Akal Takht Takht Damdama Sahib and Takht Keshgarh Sahib Making a dramatic entry at the Akal Takht premises Friday evening the three — Dhyan Singh Mand Baljit Singh Daduwal and Amrik Singh Ajnala — spent 30 minutes there They read out five ‘gurmatas’ (resolutions) inside the Akal Takht The sudden action by the Sarbat Khalsa-appointee jathedars took the SGPC and Amritsar police by surprise Later they read out the resolutions for media at the Golden Temple Plaza with the SGPC making futile attempts to stop the proceedings The first was the summons to the deputy chief minister over the Bargari desecration incident and Behbal Kalan firing episode “No accused of sacrilege incidents held at different places including Burj Jawahar Singh Wala and Bargari and killing of Sikh protesters in firing at Behbal Kalan has been arrested so far Sikh masses angry over the inaction Being home minister of Punjab Sukhbir Singh Badal is being directed to submit investigation report of these incidents till July 20” the resolution read The Jathedars also asked the Sikh masses to stay away from the World Yoga Day celebrations and said there was no place of Yoga tradition in Sikhism “Sikh should observe this day by reciting Gurbani playing Gatka (Sikh martial art) and sports and participating in wrestling” said the Jathedars They also summoned members of Gurdwara management committee of a gurdwara in Virginia US on August 20 for allegedly tampering with the Sikh Code of Conduct For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Top News “Government will soon establish juvenile homes in each district of the state to expedite protection, Even if you don’t get wickets it’s fine but getting wickets with bad bowling, Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding,Pansare’s murder.Besides another Sanatan Sanstha activist VirendraTawde was arrested by the CBI from Panvel in Navi Mumbai inJune this year in connection with Dabholkar’s murder For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: June 19 2014 3:06 pm The notices have been issued as Singh’s financial details are required in the interest of the investigation sources said (Source: PTI) Top News The Income Tax department has issued notices to former CBI Director A P Singh and his wife in connection with the probe into a case against Delhi-based meat exporter Moin Akhtar Qureshi for alleged tax evasion The investigation wing of the department has asked Singh who is at present a member of Union Public Service Commission and his wife to furnish details pertaining to their personal finances and transactions The notice has been issued under Section 131 of the I-T Act (powers regarding discovery production of evidence) and Singh and his wife have been asked to provide details of their Income tax returns high-value transactions credit card information and bona fide data on properties and assets owned since 2009 Besides the two have been also asked to provide details of their foreign visits in the past three years sources said While the former CBI chief was not immediately available for comments sources close to him said he would be sending the relevant information soon to the tax authorities The former CBI chief’s name was first linked to the case after the I-T department found that an office property taken on rent by Qureshi’s firm was owned by Singh’s mother The said property is located in a posh location in the national capital The department sources in the Income Tax department and Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) said is also in possession of telephonic and other mobile phone-based communication between Qureshi and Singh “The notices have been issued as Singh’s financial details are required in the interest of the investigation” sources said A Doon school alumnus 57-year-old Qureshi has been under the I-T department’s scanner for several months now for alleged tax evasion with sleuths claiming that the turnover of his companies was ‘under-reported’ In a series of searches by the I-T department at various premises purportedly linked to Qureshi tax sleuths so far claim to have frozen Rs 20 crore in cash and jewellery along with deposits in bank accounts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Goyal Divya Anju Agnihotri | Jalandhar/ludhiana | Updated: October 22 2015 1:55 am BSF and Punjab Police personnel take out a flag march to instill a sense of security and safety among residents of Amritsar PTI Photo Related News A week after the Guru Granth Sahib sacrilege incident in Faridkot which was followed by seven other incidents in various districts the protests in Punjab by Sikh groups continued on Wednesday The Punjab Police has claimed that the accused in five sacrilege cases – Ludhiana Faridkot Amritsar Tarn Taran and Sangrur have been arrested while Ferozepur Bathinda and Muktsar cases remain unsolved Share This Article Related ArticleHowever a visible reduction in the number of protests were witnessed as at many places dharnas were lifted Following the intervention of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday companies of Border Security Force (BSF) reached Ludhiana Jalandhar Amritsar and Tarn Taran Three companies of BSF reached Jalandhar out of which two have been deployed at strategic locations of the city on Wednesday morning Also read: Punjab simmers police says conspiracy hatched in Australia Dubai While one company is deployed at the Mai Hiran Gate book market where clash had taken place a couple of days back between protesters and shopkeepers the second one has been deployed at Patel chowk and Milap chowk “Third company has been kept in reserve and would be deployed if required” said ADCP Headquarter Alka Meena adding that the companies will remain in Jalandhar till Thursday In Ludhiana Police Commissioner PS Umranangal said that three companies of BSF would be deployed in rural as well as city areas “We would be taking out a flag march in Old City areas like Chaura Bazaar where most of protesters are blocking roads Force would also be deployed in rural areas affected by continous protests” said Umranangal While indefinite protest from Ajitwal in Moga which was on for 24 hours since seven days was lifted from Ludhiana- Ferozepur highway on Wednesday morning it still continued in Mehla Kalan and Shergarh of Barnala Protests also continued on Dugri road Arora Palace road and Samrala chowk in Ludhiana city on Wednesday The main chowk of Moga was also blocked for three hours since 10 am and protesters said that it would be cleared after 1 pm Meanwhile the Independent MLA representing Atam Nagar Simarjit Bains and his brother Ludhiana south MLA Balwinder Bains were detained by police on Wednesday morning as they were on their way to Chandigarh to gherao Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal as a mark of protest against deteriorating law and order situation in the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Lucknow | Updated: March 14 2014 3:27 pm Related News Several persons were injured on Monday when police used batons to disperse members of Peace Party protesting in front of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly building here over the Muzaffarnagar violence A large number of workers of Peace Partywhich has four MLAstoday assembled in front of the Assembly building demanding dismissal of the SP government and Rs 50 lakh compensation to the next of kin of the Muslims killed in the Muzaffarnagar riots They also demanded Rs 10 lakh aid to those injured Demanding a judicial probe into the violencethe protesters also sought immediate release of “innocent” Muslims arrested in the riots During the protestsome party workers attempted to scale the gates of the building after which police resorted to lathicharge Party leaders claimed that several workers were injured 48 people were killed and thousands of others were displaced in communal violence that rocked Muzaffarnagar district and surrounding areas in western Uttar Pradesh early this month For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News who? 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” he said.But he didn? The mask can come in handy in keeping nasal allergies at bay. For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News The letter also asked the UNSC President “to urge India to exercise restraint” and to “abide by” the 2003 Ceasefire Arrangement. While the Indian has been identified as Farooq, the police said Monday. details of Sama and Subi are still being ascertained. 2009 2:59 am Related News The two-member inquiry committee formed by the state government to investigate into the cataract operations that lead to?the pair of Italian Nicole Clerico and Ukrainian Anastasiya Vasylyeva scraped past top seeds Nina Bratchikova and Ksenia Palkina 6-4, Our cinema and our sensibilities have come a long way, smiled Bachchan The mood at the event was euphoric and claustrophobicwith a near stampede situation when the session was thrown open to the audience for questions People elbowed each other to get to the mikesing songs and recite poetry for Bachchan The people are the reason I have been able to work for so many years Ive had the privilege to work with great talents from Hrishikesh Mukherjee to Sanjay Leela Bhansali The beauty of cinema is that in a darkened movie hallyou dont sit and wonder if the person next to you is Hindu or Muslim or Christian For a few hoursyou feel the same emotionslaugh at the same jokes and sing the same songs?

s voice could barely be heard in the midst of the screaming crowd on the front lawns of the Diggi Palace as he introduced Amitabh Bachchan at the Jaipur Literature Festival. saying it propagated “anti-Hindu” and “anti-Bharat” ideology. as they acquire new skill sets to help them succeed outside of the classroom. “They had acted as agents of the British giving away whereabouts of Congress freedom fighters.” Modi said.