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The issue is simple if anybody has to be paid you show us the list and we will direct to pay, the Bench said The direction to this effect came after senior advocate K K Venugopalappearing for the West Bengal Governmentsaid that where there was a dispute that those people whose arms were amputed as a result of explosion of bombs while throwing at the police were not paid compensation Howeverthe Bench said to avoid any controversyauthorities are asked to file a list of persons who have been not paid compensation The Bench noted that same was the position with regards to rape victims though the West Bengal Government submitted that payments have been made where there was no dispute The High Court had directed the West Bengal Government to pay a uniform compensation of Rs 5 lakh to families of each of the 14 persons killed and Rs 2 lakh and Rs 1 lakh to those raped and injured Meanwhilethe apex court fixed December 2 to hear the application moved by the CBI seeking its direction for vacating the stay granted by it on initiating criminal proceedings against the erring police officials It had on December 132007 restrained the agency from initiating further proceedings in the case on the ground that a Constitution Bench was examining whether apex court and High Courts have the jurisdiction to order CBI probe or not The Bench noted that since the issue has already been decided that High Court can order probe by the CBIit will consider the application of the agency for vacating the stay on merits During the hearingCBI opposed the plea of the West Bengal Government to share its report into the investigation of the case Venugopal argued that without going through the report the state will not be in a position to file a response to the CBI application He also submitted that CBI was directly under the Centre and the state government wants the case to be handed over to any independent agency The Bench also wanted to know from the agency as to why it did not want to give the report to the state government You want the stay to be vacated We can understand but there is a report you have to give What prevents you from giving the comprehensive report which the court wanted It has nothing to do with the criminal investigation Can the state be denied the right to get report If you objectwe can direct even the High Court to supply to the state? As soon as Khurana? ? Philipp Sageder, It is very interesting to see young India think beyond tradition and society norms,Researchers often grouse about the press—but it’s rare for scientists to successfully challenge the accuracy of a media report and win public apologies In fact,our teams like U-19 and Indian A face international teams in India and abroad and are doing relatively well, said Mohit SoodHPCA spokesperson For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sushant Singh | New Delhi | Updated: November 27 2017 7:41 am 15 corps commander Lt Gen J S Sandhu addressing a jiont press conference with DG police S P Vaid ( Second Right) IG CRPF Zulfikar Hassan (Not in Picture) and other senior officers at Badami Bagh Head Quarter in Srinagar on Sunday PTI Top News Laying to rest speculation that counter-terrorism operations by security forces may be put on hold following the appointment of Dineshwar Sharma as a special representative to hold talks on Kashmir Lt General J S Sandhu the GOC of Srinagar-based 15 Corps has said that “dialogue and operations will continue concurrently” He added that he doesn’t “expect miracles” or “quick results” in Kashmir In an interview to The Indian Express Lt Gen Sandhu acknowledged that “the political situation though fragile has stabilised in the last six months” However he said “The biggest challenge (in eradicating militancy) is to reduce alienation in the people especially in the youth to provide them jobs/ livelihood options and to counter the growing radicalisation I do not expect miracles and I do not expect quick results It will take us several years” Lt General Sandhu took over as General Officer Commanding of 15 Corps last November at a time when the internal security situation in Kashmir was facing a crisis and is near the end of his tenure On the appointment of Sharma to conduct talks the Lt General said “The government has indicated that counter-terror operations would continue… the appointment of interlocutor would not in any way curb such operations You would have seen that we have killed 10 terrorists in the last few days itself So I know that the dialogue and operations will continue concurrently” Asked about the government’s inability to conduct a parliamentary bypoll in Anantnag after Srinagar witnessed 7 per cent polling in April the Corps Commander said “The Kashmir situation is complex and election-related violence often has multiple dimensions” Pointing out that incidents of stone-pelting on armed forces during operations had come down Lt General Sandhu attributed it to strong action by the Army He said they had to “take very strong measures against stone-pelters and many of them were picked up and booked We also interacted with many youth groups engaged them attempted to reduce their anger… We also started initiatives to skill them” Similarly he said funeral processions held for militants by locals had reduced in scale compared to a few months ago “We establish checkpoints around villages where a funeral is to take place to check the inflow” the Lt General said Asserting improvement in situation in the past one year the GOC also attributed this to “failure” of attempts by the Hurriyat and separatists to gather support for their agitation “They tried to inflame passions on the braid-cutting issue but their attempts fizzled out Honestly they do not have any major trigger as of now Largely the people are not keen on continuing the agitation as it mostly causes losses and misery to them” The officer attributed the Army’s success in eliminating many among the top leadership of the militants in the past year to better intelligence At the same time Lt General Sandhu admitted an increase in activity along the Line of Control (LoC) “We deployed additional troops Infiltration attempts were greater but we were able to foil or eliminate many of them and 66 terrorists were killed near the LoC during infiltration” He denied that the additional troop deployment was linked to ceasefire violations “In fact ceasefire violations and additional troop deployment have no co-relation” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arshad Ali Aniruddha Ghosal | Kolkata | Updated: September 4 2016 10:07 am Memorabilia at a Kolkata gift shop (Source: Express photo by Partha Paul) Top News When Pope Francis declares Mother Teresa a saint on Sunday canonizing the nun and Nobel Peace Prize winner who cared for the destitute and the dying it will just be a culmination of the belief of people of Kolkata and millions others who never doubted that she was more than a mere mortal The news from Vatican City is likley to set off celebrations across the world However Kolkata is determined to stand out by taking it up a notch After all this is the place that she called home The Missionaries of Charity center has been bustling with activity Three giant screens have been set up where the canonisation will be aired live “One of the screens will be in the courtyard one will be inside Mother’s room and the third one will be at the chapel upstairs Immediately after the event at about 1 pm there will be a thanksgiving Prayers will be on from morning” said spokesperson Sunita Kumar Gautam Lewis who was rescued by the celebrated nun when he was abandoned as a child suffering from polio is all set to release a song ‘Mora Gaang’ dedicated to Mother in 220 countries Its lyrics “Oh beautiful sky Oh mother hold me up let me fly” depict how his life changed after the Missionaries of Charity took him under their wing Lewis will also be putting up an exhibition of photographs titled ‘Mother Teresa and Me’ While the nun’s confirmation as a Catholic saint took two decades of confirming miracles an enormous amount of paperwork and papal promotion Kolkata never doubted that she was more than merely mortal Take for instance the curious case of Park Street the city’s iconic entertainment hub which was renamed Mother Teresa Sarani in 2004 On the face of it there couldn’t be a street less likely to be associated with Mother Teresa’s cause But look closer and you will see a different story Namita a pavement dweller who has lived on Park Street all her life said “The renaming was like a sign For us street dwellers the Mother was more than a nun It wasn’t about religion Ultimately it was just the fact that we knew that somewhere in this unforgiving city there was someone who cared” Hundreds have been pouring into Kolkata ahead of the canonisation They assemble outside Mother House and can be seen praying lighting incense sticks or “just wanting to know where and how she lived” Unsurprisingly the state government has decided to promote Mother Teresa’s legacy as a vital part of the city’s crumbling tourism infrastructure State tourism minister Gautam Deb said details of the late nun’s life and work will be uploaded on the tourism website “The Missionaries of Charity has been among the topmost spots of attraction in the city” he added The state government has even decided to put up screens in different parts of the city to telecast the canonisation Authorities of the West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (HIDCO) which had established the ‘Mother’s Wax Museum’ said screens will be set up across New Town “A documentary depicting the life of Mother Teresa and her work across the world for the poor and downtrodden will also be screened” said an official Meanwhile a shop outside the Missionaries of Charity center has displayed a collection of over 200 types of memorabilia depicting the soon-to-be saint “We have lockets and postcards which cost Rs 5 and statues which cost Rs 8000 There are a host of items from rosaries mugs to bracelets paper weights etc, and won Delhi again.” Yen added.

including one of Indian-origin, There is emphasis on industry in Jammu and on horticulture in Kashmir. “We conducted a search operation in 28 villages starting at 5 am for five hours.s been confined here to being a slacker, The best of the lot is Chandan Roy Sanyal,jumped to his death from his hostel early on Thursday morning.was depressed as he could not perform well in his Physics exams.” Satprakash Navman, For all the latest India News, On the last month’s terrorist attack in Punjab.

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