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so can my patients, he said He does not rule out further adventure I do not mind going to Antarctica now? 2013 12:40 am Related News Both the US and Russia seem less eager now to defend their previous positions There is a virtue in modest expectations. For all the latest Mumbai News, with Saradha Group and hence was opposing a CBI probe.a give and take relationship? The Left leaders said there was anxiety in the state regarding other financial companies and demanded steps to correct the practices of these financial companies The Centre has already set up an Inter-Ministerial Group to strengthen coordination among different agencies to curb fraudulent money-raising activities in the wake of Saradha Group cheating investors through fraudulent money pooling scheme For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 10 2012 2:49 am Related News The Federation of Sectors Welfare Association Chandigarh (FOSWAC) in a meeting held on Sunday in Chandigarh unanimously resolved that the Disturbed Areas Act be revoked from Chandigarh The members further resolved that the post of the Chief Commissioner be revived in the city to provide better accessibility to the common people for the redressal of their grievances till such time as a Legislative Assembly is constituted The meeting of FOSWAC was held in Sector 8 and attended by 40 representatives of different associations The demand for the revival of the post of Chief Commissioner in the city had been taken up by the Congress as well during the visit of P Chidambaram when he was the Home Minister It has been felt that the administration issues of the city will be better handled if the post of the Chief Commissioner is revived and the duties be separated from those of the already existing post of the UT administrator The members expressed concern about the delay in the execution of several projects of public interest and slow pace of development works by the Administration These include providing civic amenities in the thickly populated sectors from 48 to 61regularization of need-based changes in CHB flatsaddressing the problems of traffic congestion and parking space and implementation of the Right to Service Act and Model Rent Control Act FOSWAC members also expressed concern over the law and order situation in the city For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday filed a charge sheet against two suspected operatives of militant outfit Al Badr Mujahideen in connection with its money laundering probe against them The central probe agency said it filed the charge sheet called prosecution compliant in the Enforcement Directorate (ED) parlance against Khurshid Ahmad Bhat and Inayatulla Shah before a special court The case dates back to 2009 when Kashmir police arrested the duo and seized Rs 50000 a Chinese grenade and some incriminating documents "related to militancy" Representational image PTI The agency registered a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) based on the police FIR The ED said police recovered and seized a document on the letter head of ‘Al Badr Mujahideen J&K’ and a map on th information of Shah "The letter of the militant outfit group ‘Al Bad Mujahideen J&K’ recovered and seized by the police containe the message that Rs 50000 is being sent through Khurshid bhai who is our confident member and one grenade with khaka (map is being sent through Inayat bhai Both are the trusted members and will disclose information orally" the ED said During the probe the accused tried to mislead and show the seized amount as sale of fruits to hide the nature o their illegal transactions in proceeds of crime it said "The investigation has established that the seized amoun of Rs 50000 was proceeds of crime derived and obtained directly or indirectly by Bhat and Shah as a result o criminal activity" the agency said in a statement Written by Parmita Uniyal | Updated: February 4 2015 3:36 pm A still from the video (Source: YouTube/EmotionalFulls) Related News What’s the difference between a winner and a loser an achiever and an underperformer a topper and a mediocre It is one’s attitude determination belief in oneself that separates one from the other It’s not that winners don’t fear It’s just that when the situation demanded an action they courageously took that first step which many don’t do due to fear of losing So how many times have you given up on a task at the last moment since you had lost all hope The latest video by EmotionalFulls will inspire you to get hold of your life and reach the impossible by overcoming your fears and taking that first step Watch the video: For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 24 2017 10:16 am Delhi High Court (File) Related News Harassed and assaulted by his dipsomaniac son an elderly man has knocked at the doors of the Delhi High Court which came to his rescue and asked the police to protect him and rush to his help the moment it receives a SOS (Save our Souls) call from him Rajvir Sharma 66 who lives with his 65-year-old spouse in their own house along with his two sons was left with no option but to approach the court as one of his sons an alcoholic used to abuse beat threaten and demand money from him A bench of Justice Ashutosh Kumar considered the fact that the old man stayed in the same house along with his accused son and said “the SHO of the police station concerned is directed to take steps to ensure the safety and security of the petitioner who is an aged person” “For the aforesaid purpose the petitioner (father) shall be made known the telephone numbers of two of the officers posted in the police station In case of any SOS call from the petitioner it is expected that the aforesaid two officers shall respond promptly and forthwith” the court directed The Delhi Police informed the court that the son was now repentant and has assured that he will behave The 22-year-old alcoholic son has promised to mend his ways assuring that he will not trouble his father it said Sharma in his plea filed through lawyer Amit Kumar had submitted that he and his old and ailing wife should be allowed to live peacefully with dignity and self-respect while alleging that his son has made their lives miserable Feeling unsafe and insecure the man had initially filed a complaint with police station in Vijay Vihar in west Delhi on August 2 and called up the PCR van once on August 17 However the police failed to take any action “The petitioner has to work as a labourer in this old age in a private company at Rithala in order to maintain himself as well as his 65-year-old wife” the plea had said adding that neither of the two sons support the parent The senior citizen alleged that he did not want anything from any of his sons but did not want to be abused assaulted and forced to part with the hard-earned money at the fag end of their lives He had also alleged that the younger son severely beat him up and used abusive language under the influence of liquor and drugs if he refuses to give money For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 10 2017 3:35 pm The tribunal also relied on the testimony of eye witnesses and mechanical inspection report of the vehicles and granted the relief to the petitioners (Representational photo) Top News Family members of a man who died in a road accident involving a rashly driven car have been awarded a compensation of Rs 1326 lakh by a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) here The tribunal directed a south Delhi resident whose rashly driven car caused the accident near Mehrauli here in 2012 to pay the amount to victim’s wife and two minor children While deciding the petition MACT Presiding Officer Naveen Arora rejected the allegation of the accused driver that the victim was holding a learner’s licence and was not riding his bike properly “I am not convinced with the version of the respondent (car driver) with respect to happening of the accident and it shows that the respondent is lying before the court in order to avoid his liability towards the petitioners” Arora said The tribunal also relied on the testimony of eye witnesses and mechanical inspection report of the vehicles and granted the relief to the petitioners According to the petition victim JaiDevDass was riding his bike on May 26 2012 and when he reached Jamali Kamali a car rashly driven by Mudit Gulati hit him due to which he sustained severe injuries The victim was taken to several hospitals but he succumbed to injuries The petitioners while seeking compensation claimed that due to lack of funds the victim had to be discharged from hospital and died later a claim denied by the accused The tribunal however held that thedeathofthevictim was caused because of injuries sustained in the accident and not becauseoftheinadequatetreatmentashecouldnottake proper treatmentonaccountofhispoorfinancialposition For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: November 17 2009 8:45 am Related News Talk show host Oprah Winfrey has apologised to viewers for providing wrong information about the benefits of living in Dubai Inadequate research led the show to wrongfully claim that citizens of Dubai were provided free amenities without having to pay any taxesreported Contactmusic The show featured a segment on inspirational women from across the globeincluding an interview with Dr Lamees Hamdan from Dubaiwho has launched her own successful range of cosmetics in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) During the interviewthe audience was told”Thanks to this country’s (UAE’s) rich oil suppliesthe government provides its citizens with free waterelectricity and health care The best part No income tax” The statement turned out to be false Although Dubai citizens don’t pay income taxthey receive no state help with utilities A spokesperson for HarpoWinfrey’s production companyhas admitted that they got their facts wrong “It was never the intention of the Oprah show to misrepresent the people of Dubai Dr Hamdan appeared live on our programme to 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recalled Haifa, Swara says,” Swara says. Delhi,nothing went their way and the team was all out for 232 in 49.interactions with the minority community? While the Nashik Police Academy has introduced soft skills in the curriculum from this termcases have come forward indicating the bias that the communityespecially people living in poor pocketsface when they visit a police station The prejudices also extend to the manner in which their complaints are probed or entertained One of the immediate suggestion is weekly visits to local dispensaries and Unani clinics that surround slums and small pockets We have thought over it and the best access points need to be tapped Clinics around slums is a space where the community will visit With health as a major problem in slumsthis is one place that we would like to tap to build bridges with the community? says Singh. also passed strictures against naming liquor shops and bars after Hindu Gods and Goddesses (for example – Venkateswara wine shop or Padmavathi bar). Karnataka,30 pm.
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