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Punjab, Haryana gear up for Ram Rahim rape case verdict on Friday: Additional armed forces likely to be deployed

Before the verdict is expected Friday in a case of rape against the head Dera Sacha Sauda, ​​Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, it is not certain that the same god appears before the court in Panchkula on August 25, despite the Affirmations of the government of Haryana Confirming its arrival. The Dera sect opposed Wednesday for the declaration of the head of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar, the court appearance Rahim. Dera spokesperson Aditya Insan said, according to the NDTV report, the comment Khattar had created confusion in the state.

Which could give you the option of videoconferencing. Security officials are not yet informed of his arrival. According to The Indian Express, the arrival of Dera’s head is an important secret, known only to a few officers, and yet has to be shared with the Haryana Police. Calling the Haryana government to a tense situation in the state due to the “media coup” Around a negative verdict, Dera assured that they will cooperate with the law, but denied the accusations against the boss.

“The case was recorded mainly on the basis of an anonymous letter.Now, for 15 years, the letter conspired remained anonymous.No victim or complaint has been demonstrated despite an investigation by the IWC on the matter. There is no one connected with the anonymous letter or a statement recorded to date, “Insan said by India Today. A special IWC tribunal in Panchkula Haryana will deliver its verdict in the case of rape against Chief Dera on August 25.

The leader of the cult was accused by a former follower of having raped her more than once on the vast campus of Dera, outside Sirsa, Haryana, 260 km from Chandigarh. The hearing of the case took place in 2007. According to IANS, Punjab Prime Minister Amarinder Singh today asked the authorities to withdraw 1,000 VVIP security officers and deployed to reinforce state security.

Despite the murders, conspiracies and rape charges against him, the god received a security cover over-Z provided by the government, because we believe it is a target for Sikh extremist groups. In front of the ruling, police Chandigarh have deployed about 5,000 police officers in service until Saturday, reported The Indian Express. The authorities have closed all points of entry and exit of the city and carry out a thorough control of the vehicles circulating in Chandigarh.

A temporary jail was also created in the Cricket Sector stage 16 Dera supporters found to create nuisances, said Police General Director Chandigarh Tajender Singh Luthra. The Center soon faced the Punjab government’s demand for additional forces after the Prime Minister wrote Interior Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday called for the deployment of 256 paramilitary forces companies in the Punjab until August 31, reported NewsX.

The state has received only 75 obliges companies to maintain public order. Meanwhile, Panchkula resident, Ravinder Singh DHULL, presented on Wednesday the Punjab Supreme Court and Haryana Supreme Court to obtain adequate security measures, particularly in and around the Panchkula district. The defense requested instructions to monitor arrangements for the high court despite the prohibition orders under article 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC), more than 1.5 lakh people had already entered the district have reported the times from India.

The question would now be heard by a bank of Justice Division SS Saron Thursday. Panchkula Beopar Mandal (PBM) has managed to keep all stores closed on Friday, reported The Indian Express. The president of the PBM, Kuldeep Chitkara, said operators were worried and that was held on Thursday the meeting of all presidents to announce the decision.

Gorakhpur tragedy: Yogi Adityanath govt orders FIRs against officials of BRD Medical College, oxygen supplier

The Uttar Pradesh Government ordered Tuesday that FIRs are registered with doctors and officials BRD Medical College, with Pushpa sales, the company responsible for supplying liquid oxygen. This is linked to the Gorakhpur tragedy, where more than 60 children have been killed in five days.

The three FIRs are dealing with corruption charges, negligence and private practices by hospital doctors, according to an information report.

The suspended director of the Medical College BRD Rajeev Mishra, his wife Poornima Shukla, former agent of ganglionic encephalitis, Kafeel Khan, an accountant university, responsible for the College’s oxygen supply unit and sales have Pushpa were appointed in the FIR On charges of corruption and guilty homicides.

The action comes just a day after the high-powered committee that probed the tragedy of Gorakhpur hospital recommended to initiate a criminal action against the former director of the BRD College and several other hospital doctors.

“The committee, chaired by the secretary-general, recommends launching a criminal case against Mishra, the head of pediatric anesthesia services and Satish, Khan and Pushpa sales,” the Uttar Pradesh government spokesman said Wednesday.

Doctor examining a child at the BRD hospital in Gorakhpur. “The committee has recommended measures under the Prevention of Corruption Law against Mishra, Shukla, the staff department of the accounts of the medical university and the pharmaceutical chief Gajanan Jaiswal,” the spokesman added.

The committee also recommended a special audit of drugs and chemicals purchased by the Medical College over the last three years by the GAC. Recommendations were also made to bring criminal charges against Khan for “hidden facts and filed an affidavit, and to work against the standards of the Medical Council of India”

“Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath, although he accepts the report of the chief of staff has ordered immediate action against the responsible and guilty workers.The Minister said the short, medium and long suggestions The term would be immediately taken into account,” said the spokesman Wednesday .

Instructions have been given to see that there was no disruption to the proper functioning of equipment and other resources (medicines and chemicals) in all medical schools and state hospitals. On May 12, the Prime Minister formed the committee to investigate the incident, a day after the death of the children in the Medical College BRD dozens.

Pinarayi Vijayan writes to Narendra Modi seeking ban on online Blue Whale suicide game

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan Saturday called on the Center to take immediate steps to ban blue whale online gambling in the country “to save precious lives.”

“Given the threat that is already around the corner, I would ask that immediate action can be initiated to ban this game across India so that we can save precious lives,” Vijayan said in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi , A copy of which was distributed to the media in Thiruvananthapuram.

“There is an Internet trend in popularity that encourages its participants to get hurt in real life – called Blue Whale,” the letter said. “It is not a video game, but the participants must receive instructions from an anonymous director and their final task is to commit suicide,” Vijayan said in the letter.

Media reports reveal that the game has taken some lives in India and its popularity has increased, he said. “The game of the blue whale is a challenge for the whole society and global action against all responsible organisms is of utmost importance.” He told me.

The Cyber-Wing of the Kerala Police Department strives to educate people about social media and other effective channels, he said. According to him, the government of the state can be very little in this matter.

The only way to stop the threat was to ban gambling and this can only be done with the help of the various departments of the Union, including electronics and information technology, and the Ministry of Interior, “he said.

The issue was raised in the State Assembly and the Prime Minister assured members that state police had already issued alerts necessary for parents to alert about the game and ensure that the children are not addicted.

According to media reports, more than 4 000 children committed suicide in the world because this game. There were reports that a 14-year-old boy recently ended his life in Mumbai due to the influence of Game Blue Whale, the Chief Minister said at the assembly.

The Blue Whale game, also called “Blue Whale Challenge” is an “Internet Gambling”, which consists of a series of tasks assigned to the players by the directors for a period of 50 days, the final challenge requiring the player to commit suicide .

Thailand withdraws defamation case against BBC journalist Jonathan Head

Phuket Thai lawyer abandoned his criminal defamation suit against a BBC correspondent after his investigation of his stranger’s fraud in his nursing homes in the country, the station announced Thursday.

Jonathan Head, a BBC correspondent in Southeast Asia, has faced five years in prison after his report revealed how two foreign retirees had their Phuket property stolen by a network of crooks and corrupt officials.

Human rights groups said the case highlighted how Thailand’s broad laws on defamation and cybercrime cancel out investigative journalism and make it difficult to detect unlawful acts in a corrupt endemic country.

The trial lawyer – Pratuan Thanarak – decided to bring charges against Head on the first day of the trial on Wednesday.

“The applicant withdrew his case against BBC journalist Jonathan Head, but as the trial of his co-defendant continues, we can not comment further,” he told the BBC in a brief statement.

Foreigners can not own land in Thailand, but often overlook putting property on behalf of Thais, or establishing majority owned companies owned by Thailand.

The 2015 BBC report details how a network of Phuket criminals, assisted by corrupt officials, stole property from foreigners forging land title transfers.

One of the victims in the report, Briton Ian Rance, is a defendant in the lawsuit. He is still facing a defamation charge and up to two years in prison if convicted.

Rance said he had lost assets of $ 1.2 million after his wife and a group of lenders falsified property documents.

According to the report, Pratuan admitted on tape to certify Rance’s signature without being present, a move that helped the woman transfer her properties out of her name.

She was convicted and imprisoned for fraud, but Rance was affected by a number of legal cases since her public entry, a common result against whistleblowers in Thailand who sells as an ideal destination refuge for wealthy foreigners.

The criminal complaint lodged by Pratuan that the AFP has seen, claims that Rance “has defamed” by talking to the BBC in September 2015, but there are no details about what was said or defamation.

AFP understands that the BBC will continue funding Rance’s defamation defense. Pratuan and Rance declined to comment when contacted by AFP on Thursday, citing ongoing proceedings.

Unlike most countries where defamation is a civil offense, in Thailand it is a criminal offense. Private citizens can also initiate their own demands and are not required to pay their costs if they lose. Similar cases have been introduced in recent years.

The local Phuketwan news site closed in 2015 after running out of money on its successful bid to defeat a lawsuit filed by the Thai Navy.

Andrew Drummond, a British journalist felony, left the country that year because of the multiple cases he filed, such as British labor rights activist Andy Hall in 2016.

India ratifies 2nd commitment period of Kyoto Protocol at the United Nations

United Nations: India has ratified the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol, which commits countries to contain greenhouse gas emissions, reaffirming their position on climate action.

In a brief statement, the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations said that on Tuesday India deposited the instrument of acceptance of the Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol under the UN Convention United Nations Conference on Climate Change .

With this, India became the 80th country to accept the amendment on the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol, the international emission reduction treaty. “India’s acceptance reaffirms our continued commitment to climate action,” the Indian mission said in a statement.

The Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations, Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin, who handed over the Indian instrument, tweeted “to maintain the momentum on climate change: Acceptance of the Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol.”

The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement related to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which commits its Parties by setting internationally binding emission reduction targets.

The Kyoto Protocol was adopted in Kyoto in December 1997 and entered into force in February 2005. The first commitment period under the Kyoto Protocol took place between 2008 and 2012. The Doha amendment The Kyoto Protocol was adopted In Qatar in December 2012.

The amendment includes new commitments by the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol which they have agreed to commit to a second commitment period from January 2013 to December 2020 and a revised list of greenhouse gas reports in the Parties. The second commitment period, The UNFCCC website.

The Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved the second commitment period of the international treaty in January.

Supreme Court to rule on right to privacy today: Why a 9-judge bench is hearing the case, how it affects you

A court of nine Supreme Court justices will likely pronounce its verdict on the right to privacy on Thursday. Makhi-based lawyer Gautam Bhatia explained in his blog, why a bank of nine judges was established and how this could affect you. What in the world, jurisprudence on privacy has evolved over time and in each case, in response to technological changes, surveillance, social customs and ways of being in the world.

“The court of nine judges are rare observations, and whichever court decides, it requires their decision to go on the field for several generations to come.” Therefore, it is particularly important that the court limited its opinion to the narrower terms It is possible, if necessary, in the absence of any specific case before him, finally enunciating dictated that they limit or impede the development of the jurisprudence of privacy for a long time, “Bhatia wrote in the original article.

So how did this case end in front of a nine-judge court? Bhatia refers to the constitutional challenges to the Aadhar regime on 11 August 2015 before a three-judge court. “The union of India argued that the main reason for the dispute – the right to privacy – could not be raised because the Indian Constitution does not guarantee a fundamental right to privacy.

The Indian Union relied on the first two sentences against MP Sharma Satish Chandra (1954, 8 judges) and Kharak Singh vs. UP State (1962, 6 judges), containing observations suggesting that there was no fundamental right to privacy. The Union argued that all future decisions – beginning with Gobind vs. MP State (1975, 3 judges), which had held that it was not a fundamental right to privacy, were decided by the smaller banks and therefore were not A good law.

This is in response to the assertion that the court issued a referral order to a superior bank and made two issues, “Bhatia said in its original publication. According to Bhatia, the two benchmarks set by the Tribunal are: Which Was the relationship between Mr. P. Sharma and Mr. Kharak Singh? Did subsequent cases confirm or deny the fundamental right to privacy?

Bhatia wrote in paragraph 17 of Sharma MP, a court of eight Supreme Court judges noted: “When the creators of the Constitution idea does not submit this regulation to constitutional limitations by recognizing a fundamental right to privacy, similar to The American Fourth Amendment, we have no justification for import, a, a tense construction process totally different fundamental right. ”

Bhatia said that this observation goes to the crucial point of the State’s argument that Sharma MP has opposed the right to privacy. However, Bhatia argued that to fully understand the observation, it is important to situate the case in its proper context. In MP Sharma, the Supreme Court question on the legality of registration orders related to documents and property of a company accused of embezzlement, argued in his post.

Bhatia wrote that one of the reasons for the protest was that registration orders violated article 20 (3) of the Constitution (the guarantee against criminality). It is in this context that the court made the previous observation, which reads in its entirety: “A search and capture power is in any case a state of energy critical system for security protection And this power is necessarily regulated by law .

When the creators of the Constitution have been careful not to submit such regulations to constitutional limitations by recognizing a fundamental right to privacy, similar to the fourth amendment of the United States, we have no justification for importation, a fundamental right Totally different , Through a tense construction process. “

Narendra Modi urges bureaucrats to take speedy decisions, focus on backward districts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on all sides of the government to work in a synchronized manner and forced the bureaucracy to make quick decisions, promising that honest decisions would always be encouraged with good intentions.

Good governance should be a priority for stakeholders, he said in an interaction with a group of more than 70 additional secretaries and joint central government secretaries, according to a PMO statement.

Modi called on the agents to draw attention to the 100 most remote areas of India so that they can be brought to the national average level in various development parameters.

The prime minister said that the combination of development and good governance is essential to the well-being and satisfaction of citizens, said the statement on the interaction that took place on Wednesday night.

He emphasized the need for all the wings of government to work in harmony and synchronization to achieve the best possible results, he added. Underlining the importance of breaking the silos, he insisted on an effective internal communication between the different departments of the government.

Modi said all officers should keep poor and ordinary citizens in their minds making decisions, PMO said. The prime minister said it was a unique opportunity for officials to do everything possible for the benefit of the nation.

He stressed the need for speed and efficiency in decision-making and said honest decision-making with good intentions would always be encouraged by trade union government, the statement said.

During the interaction, stakeholders shared their experiences on issues such as digital and intelligent governance, administrative procedures and accountability, transparency, doubling of farmers’ incomes, skills development, Swachh Bharat, Consumer Rights, Environment and construction of New India in 2022, said the PMO.

The prime minister said the world is looking towards India with positive expectations. He said the whole world believed that a prosperous India is vital for a global balance.

There is also a strong trend towards excellence among ordinary citizens of India, he said, adding that resource-poor youth with very limited resources achieve the best positions in competitions and competitions. sports.

He asked the officers to work to promote this spontaneous resurgence of talent, remembering the spirit and energy they had possessed during the first three years of their service.

The Daily Fix: If BJP is against corruption and dynasty, it should welcome scrutiny of Jay Shah

Despite all the braggart of the weekend – Trotter and a minister on television, a dozen other leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party to defend – Jay Shah, a businessman and the son of BJP president Amit Shah is no is presented at the criminal defamation hearing he filed against The Wire’s news website. His lawyer was not there, which caused the magistrate to postpone the case until later in the week. Shah would do well to dispense with the case.

The criminal defamation charge was filed Oct. 9, after The Wire published an article about the fortunes of several companies in Shah. One of them, the Temple of Companies, saw its turnover increase from Rs 50,000 in 2014 to Rs 15 to 80.5 rupees next year, just after Amit Shah took control of the BJP and that Narendra Modi was elected prime minister. The article also mentioned that this increase in revenues came despite the company losing 1.4 billion rupees that same year and also reported loans received by Shah companies.

Immediately after the publication of the piece, Minister of Rail Union and BJP High Leader Piyush Goyal offered a press conference denouncing the article and the caller without foundation, although he did not report any error in the room itself. Jay Shah then filed a criminal complaint against the wire claiming that he had highlighted certain facts “to make a spicy and selling story detrimental to the reputation of the plaintiff.” According to information, he also filed a civil defamation suit that required damages in the amount of Rs 100 million, although there is little information on this claim so far.

Criminal defamation is a deeply problematic tool that remains in law books in India and is frequently used to harass the media and suppress dissent. Its use in a case like this seems even more evident. The BJP came to power after a campaign against corruption and insisted that it was transparent and maintained an impeccable record of governance without any accusation against it. This is largely rhetorical because there have been credible allegations, but it is clear that the party is proud of this image, whether accurate or not.

In this spirit, the party should welcome the examination of its leaders and their families, since it is true that they have nothing to hide. In fact, the proper response to an article like this, especially as it relates to the immediate family member of the party chairman, could have simply been answered by opening the company’s books to everyone. Instead, Jay Shah’s lawyer not only challenged the article, but also told Wire that any report on these cases would constitute a violation of Shah’s privacy and would attract legal action.

The BJP also campaigned with the idea that Congress represented dynastic politics, something that would try to end. However, on Sunday we saw a cabinet minister trotting to defend Jay Shah, a private person, followed by many other BJP leaders through television. In addition, it turned out that the Department of Law made an exception and allowed the acting Attorney General to represent Jay Shah two days before the article was published. This could violate the rules. But more importantly, this again shows how members of the family of important leaders are treated as kings, even by a party that claims to oppose the dynasties.

If nothing else, this episode has shown how, despite its claims of probity, the BJP behaves like Congress or any other party when asked. It does not matter what the allegations are. The immediacy with which the party has used defamation and resorted to a cabinet minister to do so when the case refers to a private person, proves that the BJP promises to be a party with a hollow sound difference

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“Until recently, atrocities were often motivated by caste consciousness, but the current wave seems to be guided by an ideology that expresses faith in a hierarchical social system, although they are not an occasional symbolic manifestation of chaste persistence and untouchability” writes Sukhadeo Thorat at the Indian Express. “It is this ideological impulse that may have revived and provided moral support for the denial of rights and the use of violence against Dalits.”

Congress says Suresh Prabhu ‘failed utterly’ as railway minister, asks Narendra Modi to sack him

New Delhi: Congress on Wednesday accused Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu had “completely failed” in his work and has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fire and name a “responsible person” in the post. This “corporate responsibility” would not do it, Congress spokesman Randeep Surjewala said stressing that Prabhu had to resign.

Surjewala referred to the updates of Prabhu that took “full moral responsibility” for the recent train accidents and indicated that he had submitted his resignation in a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He also urged the prime minister to appoint a person responsible for him and get a security card from the railways.

“This responsibility of company will not do it.Either the prime minister to dismiss the minister of railways or must accept his resignation.It is time for the prime minister to appear and establish a roadmap for the Iron routes,” said the official Of Congress to journalists.

Sending a member of the Commission’s licensed railways or suspension of young officers was not enough. “Railroad Minister Suresh Prabhu said today, again on Twitter instead of standing up and facing the media, he takes his responsibilities.” The Minister of Railways has failed completely.

That said, it was not acceptable. “First, it asks the Minister of Railways to appoint a person in his position.” He returns prime minister by which a railway safety card. “Allow his vision of the railroads to be implemented in the next One Year,” he said.

The Congress leader also called on the prime minister to allocate money for railway safety, fill vacancies of 1.42 lakh on railroads and ensure the safety of passenger million.

He said that 28 major train accidents, including 259 people were injured 973, had taken place since the Modi government took office. The number of derailment deaths in 2016-17 was the highest that has occurred in a decade.

Surjewala added that 40 percent of “line sections” 1219 Indian Railways is congested beyond 100% capacity. High-density 247 line stretches, the congestion rate was even higher.

Reducing the attack on the Prabhu party, Congressman Manish Tewari said Prabhu should withdraw from his post if he had a “moral apex” left after two derailments in five days.

Railroad president “Ask”, AK Mittal to resign, was “the worst kind of form,” he added. The Government has today appointed President and CEO of Air India Ashwani Lohani, president of the railways after Mital has resigned.

“Prabhu must immediately resign if he has a piece of morale left after the incident today left another 74 injured.This is the worst kind of form asking for advice Train President or any other official to leave aside” , Told Tewari press here.

If Modi could spend Rs 1 lakh million rupees on a bullet train, why has it not been able to allocate Rs 40 billion to the safety of railroads. “We saw platform entrances up. We saw passengers back, but rail safety remains under a serious cloud,” he said.

On August 19, 13 trainers Kalinga Utkal express derailed Khatauli, Uttar Pradesh, killing more than 20 passengers and wounding more than 150. Today, four days later, at least 70 people were injured when Kaifiyat expressed derailed Auraiya in the state.

Can We Expect Oil Demand To Slow Anytime Soon?

The actual forecast on which competitive advantages are built is not the result of extrapolations from past experience. It is the result of early identification of the trends that will lead to a market, which often means understanding what consumers will like before they know it, and understanding how these trends will impact the market, before they actually do. . Predicting the demand for oil on this basis leads to some interesting – and some shocking – ideas.

Given that world oil demand comes from several segments of the world economy, each of which is influenced by different trends, current oil demand must first be divided into its main components before a trend forecast is developed.

According to data from the International Energy Agency (IEA), the main driver of oil demand is transport, or about 56% of total oil demand, or about 52 million barrels per day (mb / ) In 2015. Second part The industrial demand for industries such as iron, steel, cement production, construction and mining, which together represent 15% of the world’s oil demand, that is, 14 Mb / d Petrochemicals are third parties, accounting for 12 percent of world oil demand, 11 mb / d, while electricity production is the fourth with 6 percent, or 6 mb / d. Global demand, or 10 mb / d, comes from a range of different industries such as agriculture, bitumen and lubricants.

However, transport, the most important driver of oil demand, is by no means a homogeneous group, since it includes components for passenger vehicles (25 mb / d), commercial vehicles (17 mb / J), aviation ( 6 mb / d) and marine (5 mb / d). Some of the components of transportation are the most important drivers of oil demand than drivers other than transportation. Therefore, a forecast based on the trend of world oil demand requires a breakdown of current demand for oil, as shown in figure 1.

Under the pressure of tighter emissions regulations, the fuel economy of passenger cars has improved considerably in recent years. The average fuel economy in the US, for example, weighted sales of 20.8 mpg rose in 2008 to 25.1 mpg by 2017, an increase of 25% despite a trend Towards vehicles (SUVs) among consumers. And there is no reason to suppose that in the near future this trend will come to an abrupt end.
Related: Goldman Sachs warns peak of global oil demand

What is likely, however, is a gradual increase in the share of electric vehicles (EV) in the overall set of passenger vehicles, since basically the EV can meet the transport needs of consumers in a way (ICEV) – more storage and storage space for equal size, acceleration and deceleration faster, smoother, less maintenance, more reliable and environmentally friendly Among other things. Recent additions to the range of available EV models have already triggered this electrification revolution.

These cars, like Chevrolet’s Tesla bolt models, offer a range of behavior that goes beyond the needs of a typical ride, and that is essentially equal to the range offered by the ICEV. Under the impetus of improved battery technology, the cost of living of these EVs is also closer to that of the ICEVs.

Already, the cost of operating EV (fuel) and maintenance are much lower than those of ICEV. By the mid-2020s, battery technology should improve to the point that electric vehicles are cheaper to produce than ICEV in that electric vehicles exceed ICEV on a global cost basis and become the option Preferred In most parts of the world (it is interesting to note that the two countries that are expected to drive growth in the global vehicle market in China and India are also those that continue to electrify their fleet of vehicles more aggressively. )