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senior BJP leader Shanta Kumar on Wednesday said he will sanction Rs 5 lakh out of the MP? ( Source: NASA) Related News Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have harvested the first crop of Chinese cabbage after spending nearly a month tending to the leafy greens, and they frequently add hot sauce, The Kohler Escale wall-mounted lav features a faucet angled to save space and a built in-towel bar.ft. the architect fit a home office a full bathroom with a pocket door a storage closet and a sleeping loft The in-law suite’s details so closely match those of the 1912 Craftsman house that visitors are amazed to find that the suite is new Rynerson O’Brien Architects Jetton Construction Riley Doty Tile The double awning window has glass in the sash that opens out and an old-fashioned wood-framed screen on the sash opening in The towel hook was set high in order to allow a large towel to hang from it without interfering with the counter? The remand application said that crime branch also intended to investigate Gurunath’s relations with the controversial Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf, While Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar visited Pakistan as part of his SAARC yatra earlier, The actor said that it was his film career that gave him the chance to meet the royal, 2009 5:34 pm Related News Describing Rajamata Gayatri Devi of Jaipur as an “exquisitely beautiful princess”, 23-year-old Subhash Kumar walks up to the railing and takes a quick peek at the waiting hall outside.

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Though the issue of clemency was not part of its mandate, But in contrast to the Jats, India is not doing well on that front. Earlier in the day, stepping up pressure Italy recalled its Ambassador to India Daniele Mancini for consultations over delay in decision on trying two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012 In a statement the Italy Foreign Ministry condemned the delay saying: “a new and unacceptable delay by the Indian Supreme Court” in a case has heightened tensions between the two countries Italy’s reaction came within hours of the Supreme Court in New Delhi postponing till February 24 the hearing involving marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone facing murder charges Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs Emma Boninosaid in a statement that this “latest unacceptable’” delay proved that India was “incapable of handling this situation” She said Italy’s main priority was to bring the two marines home and that she was recalling Ambassador Daniele Mancini for consultations Italy also asserted it will decide to deal with the situation of “ambiguous and unreliable” behaviour by Indian authorities “The Italian government has ordered the immediate recall of its Ambassador in India Daniele Mancini for consultations” Bonino said after the Supreme Court in New Delhi postponed till February 24 the hearing involving marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone facing murder charges Meanwhile in New Delhi official sources said Ministry of External Affairs have not been informed by Italy about the move “There is no need for the Italian government to inform MEA if they are calling their Ambassador for consultations” Justifying Ambassador’s “recall” Italian Defence Minister Mario Mauro said “The decision of the Italian government to recall the Ambassador to Italy is not only justified but unavoidable and reflects the sentiment of our people” The marines Marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone who were on-board Italian vessel ‘Enrica Lexie’ shot dead two fishermen off the Kerala coast in February 2012 sparking diplomatic tensions between India and Italy The two who are lodged in New Delhi’s Italian Embassy premises have said they mistook the fishermen for pirates The marines are on bail pending trial The Indian authorities have given their nod to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) which is probing the matter to prosecute the marines under the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against Safety of Maritime Navigation And Fixed Platforms on Continental Shelf Act (SUA) The SUA carries death penalty Italy has registered strong protest against India for slapping the provisions of the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against Safety of Maritime Navigation and Fixed Platforms on Continental Shelf (SUA) Act against the marines asserting that these provisions are slapped against pirates and its marines are not pirates India last week removed the possibility of a death penalty but insisted that the marines would still be prosecuted under the anti-piracy law Now they face up to 10 years in jail Italy said use of the anti-terror law equates it with being a terrorist state Last week the Supreme Court had set February 18 for hearing arguments from both sides on the use of the SUA Italy had approached the SC on January 15 The case has strained ties between the two countries While the Rome wants the marines to be tried in Italy claiming the incident took place in international waters New Delhi says it has the right to try the Italian personnel as the victims were Indians on board an Indian fishing boat Italy has also lobbied with the European Union and the United Nations in this regard (With inputs from PTI AP) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debabrata Mohanty | Bhubaneshwar | Published: August 27 2014 9:17 pm Related News Citing shortage of IPS officers in the State Orissa has requested the Ministry of Home Affairs for at least 10 new recruits from the 2013 batch From a total 150 IPS officers selected in 2013 civil services examination last month MHA allotted 5 to Orissa with UP getting the maximum 17 followed by West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh at 10 each In a letter to MHA state director general of police Sanjiv Marik early this month had requested to allot at least 7 officers Now the state government is planning to ask for at least 10 IPS from 2013 civil service exam Official sources said currently Orissa face shortage of 20 directly recruited IPS officers as 111 officers including one officer on inter-cadre deputation from AGMUT cadre are in poisition in the State While 21 officers are on central and inter-cadre deputation 9 officers are under training at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy in Hyderabad What has made the state government’s position difficult is the prsence of only 81 officers in field against 103 posts The State has also not been able to fill up the 57 promotional posts due to lack of eligible Orissa Police Service officers who can be promoted to IPS cadre In 2010 civil service exam only 4 IPS officers were allotted to Orissa against a demand for 15 officers Of them one officer later joined Indian Railway Service In 2011 Orissa got 4 against a demand for 12 In 2012 it got 5 against a demand for 8 Of the 52 SP cadre post only 38 posts are available Incidentally In May this year Orissa had withdrew its recommendation for central deputation of then DGP Prakash Mishra citing shortage of IPS in the State It however later relented and allowed the 1977-batch officer to join MHA as special secretary(internal security) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvanathapuram | Published: August 17 2017 1:37 pm George while talking to television channels had allegedly made some unsavoury remarks against the actress (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Related News Kerala Assembly Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan on Thursday warned P C George MLA that he would take whatever action was possible against the legislator if he continued to make “insensitive” remarks against the actress who was abducted and sexually assaulted in a car in Kochi in February this year George while talking to television channels had allegedly made some unsavoury remarks against the actress The actress has also written to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan against George’s comments which she said had come at a time when she was trying to return to a normal life Sreeramakrishnan in a Facebook Post today said George’s comments were “inhuman” and he would take whatever action was possible in his capacity as Speaker if he continued his tirade against the actress “Those sitting in high places are coming out justifying such acts This will be an encouragement for the criminals” he said The speaker said he firmly believed that such “irresponsible” comments should not be made by anyone and made it clear that he would do whatever he could to stop such tendencies “The case is being investigated by police and the matter is before court” the speaker said “Let the law take its course” he said adding he did not want to say anthing further The Kerala Women’s Commission had on Monday suo moto registered a case against George for his ‘unsavoury’ remarks against the actress Commission sources had said the case was registered based on legal opinion and that speaker was informed about the development As per the legal opinion George’s remarks during a recent press conference amounted to defaming the actress and hurting womanhood George is an independent MLA representing Poonjar constituency in the Kerala Assembly Six persons including prime accused Pulsar Suni have been arrested in connection with the actress abduction and molestation case The actress who has worked in Tamil and Telugu films besides Malayalam was abducted and sexually assaulted inside her car for two hours by the accused who forced its way into the vehicle on February 17 in Kochi The culprits later escaped Besides the six accused popular Malayalam actor Dileep was arrested in connection with a case of plotting the abduction and sexual assault of the actress For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Saba Rahman | Updated: November 14 2017 10:18 am Gurgaon court orders to send juvenile to observation home Related News In the days after seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur’s horrific murder on September 8 when the school bus arrived to pick my five-year-old daughter the conductor edged away gingerly after opening the door A teacher stepped forward to inform that the conductor will no longer help any child board or de-board the bus and that either she or the parent would do it The conductor usually sprightly did not move and stared into nothing perhaps used to this teacher-parent exchange at every bus stop He is anyway the “other” who should also be invisible and to whom you can now no longer say: “Bhaiya window seat par baithana motion sickness hai isko” (Please let my daughter sit near the window she has motion sickness) Paranoid and obsessive mothers in the school WhatsApp group were relieved that bus conductors and drivers will no longer come near their children But they weren’t satisfied They told each other to teach their children to be wary of security guards peons canteen boys cleaners practically all those people in schools and housing societies who work on measly wages and who are beyond doubt “sexual predators” Similar discussions took place among mothers at the park in the housing society where we live There was massive outrage on social media and online petitions began doing rounds A bar association in Gurugram even went ahead and passed a resolution asking its members not to represent the accused Then after two months came the news that jolted us out of our complacent — and privileged — narrative of a crime that we had no qualms in believing As we weighed in on demonetisation on its first anniversary on November 8 it turned out that the “demon” was not the school bus conductor Ashok Kumar but possibly a senior student in Pradyuman’s school Ryan International Bhondsi Gurugram who “committed the murder so that examination and parent-teacher meeting could be postponed” If we believe the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) it seems 42-year-old Ashok — who has two sons aged seven and nine — did not try to sexually abuse Pradyuman nor did he slit his throat with the knife recovered from the school toilet where the boy’s blood-splattered body was found While it remains to be seen who is convicted for the murder after the trial it is baffling how easily we believed the police’s version of the sequence of events It was roughly this: Pradyuman’s father dropped him to school; the boy soon after went to the toilet where Ashok was present; he tried to sodomise the boy who began to scream; Ashok slit his throat with a knife he had managed to sneak in inside the school premises and which was missing from the bus tool box As the incident triggered massive outrage Ashok was arrested on the same day of the crime and the police herded him to a press conference in no time The diminutive man said how he could not control his sexual urge and he killed the boy — the confession was aired on television channels I did not hear that confession but I did hear Ashok’s aged father claiming in a feeble voice that his son was innocent Ashok his father said had told him that he had only carried Pradyuman’s blood-splattered body to the school staff car that took him to hospital He pleaded that people should let the law take its own course But then we had gone over the plot of the crime over and again made our own judgments and declared Ashok guilty without a trial The latest revelation that Ashok is most likely to get the clean chit only exposes the prejudice that we the middle-class have for those lower than us in social strata who very easily fit in our “usual suspect” narrative of urban crimes It is the same prejudice that reared its head when we had found it most plausible to believe that domestic help Hemraj killed Aarushi Talwar and how difficult it is for us even now to speak of both murders in the same breath It is the urban middle-class prejudice that comes into play every time something goes missing in our homes and fingers are at once pointed at the maids Now that it is known that the accused is a juvenile and is from “a well-respected” family as newspapers have reported just try and remember our shrill clamour for death for the juvenile convict in the December 16 gangrape case Can you [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News We bring you the highlights from the closing weekend: An Ode to Kerala Textile revivalist Madhu Jain tapped into the rich cultural heritage of Kerala for the first part of her collection. painted on clothes in hues of red, “It is my childhood dream to have a Christian style wedding, “I will also do a traditional Indian wedding since my father wants me to. 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