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2016 1:51 am The cop demanded the bribe from Patankar to file a favourable report in the case. "There are still many doubts about that penalty. He put those two weapons to full effect last year, After he lost all his money due to a stock market crash,and they took her to her house, But the most important thing is the win,” he said. ? and some generals, potted plants.
coinciding with his co-accused getting bail.the attendance by the US secretary of state at the conference of the Organisation of the CTBT Member States and the unanimous UN Security Council resolution on non-proliferation would appear to have fixed the international agenda on nuclear issues for the immediate future at least. ? It’s going to be a great series for everyone,and after an order is passed by the Commission communicating the object and purpose for which the personal presence of the Vice-Chancellor is required. The courthoweversaid the Commission would complete its investigation after the issue of its jurisdictionvis-à-vis its power to summon the V-C in the matterwas decided The V-Cthrough his counselargued that the teachers complaint pertained to service mattersover which the Commission did not have jurisdiction to initiate probe The teachers had alleged they were denied a particular accommodation because they belonged to Scheduled Caste One of the two teachers had earlier approached the High Court with the same complaintbut the court had dismissed it For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Purulia (wb) | Published: May 10 2013 4:13 am Related News A STUDENT of Class V in Puruliawho was allegedly beaten by his teacher for not being able to replydied on Thursday The 12-year-oldwho was a student of Banga Manna High School of Bandwan in Purulia districtwas allegedly punished by his teacher on Wednesdaypolice said quoting the FIR filed by his family The FIR said the boy had shown bruise marks on his back after returning from school He also told his family members that the the teacher had beat him up with a stick He was admitted to a hospital in Jamshedpur where he died on Thursday Police have sent the body for an autopsy The school authorities refused to comment on the incident when contacted For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Enschede | Published: August 6 2017 11:12 pm Netherlands became only the fourth nation to win the women’s European since its inception in 1984 (Source: Reuters) Top News Striker Vivianne Miedema scored twice Sunday as the Netherlands beat Denmark 4-2 to win its first Women’s European Championship title and set off a huge party among thousands of orange-clad fans The success of the Dutch women’s team is in stark contrast to the country’s men who failed to qualify for last year’s European Championship in France and is struggling to reach next year’s World Cup in Russia It was a disappointing end to the tournament for Denmark which knocked out six-time defending champion Germany in the quarterfinals and reached its first final after losing five previous semifinals The game started well for the Danes when striker Nadia Nadim a former refugee from Afghanistan whose father was killed by the Taliban converted a sixth-minute penalty after Kika van Es clumsily brought down Sanne Troelsgaard in the area The Dutch fans did not have to wait long for their team to draw level A long ball by midfielder Jackie Groenen launched right winger Shanice van de Sanden and her low cross was met by Miedema for her third goal in as many matches in the knockout stage of the tournament Left winger Lieke Martens named player of the tournament after the match put the Dutch ahead in the 28th when she drifted into the center turned a defender and fired a low shot past goalkeeper Stina Lykke Petersen Five minutes later Denmark was back on terms at 2-2 when captain Pernille Harder overcame the Dutch offside trap and then beat Sari van Veenendaal at her near post with a well-placed shot Captain Sherida Spitse restored the Dutch lead after the break with a free kick that rolled wide of the wall and into the corner Miedema who had been criticized for not scoring in the group stage sealed the victory in the 89th with her second goal of the final The frenetic match was played in front of a sell-out crowd of more than 28000 fans including Denmark’s Crown Prince Frederik at FC Twente’s stadium in the eastern city of Enschede Also in the crowd was Marco van Basten the star of the Dutch men’s team that won the 1988 European Championship For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Manish Raj | New Delhi | Published: March 30 2017 2:10 am Diagnosing the symptoms as that of gastritis a senior surgeon prescribed anti-spasmodic and acidity regulating medicines Top News Five years after his brother died in an alleged case of medical negligence life has just been a protracted legal tussle for Shishir Chand — lost between files and petitions Despite scores of RTIs appearances before the Medical Council of India (MCI) Central Information Commission and pending proceedings in the National Consumer Commission justice has eluded the 42-year-old man who left his job at a private company to pursue the case He has now pinned his hopes on the Delhi High Court According to the petition his younger brother Vishal Chand (33) was working in a private company in Jamshedpur On May 20 2011 at 1030 pm Vishal felt pain in his chest and was admitted to the emergency ward of a hospital Diagnosing the symptoms as that of gastritis a senior surgeon prescribed anti-spasmodic and acidity regulating medicines He returned home only to experience similar symptoms the next day While he was waiting in the outpatient department of another hospital Vishal collapsed and died The post-mortem report said he had died because of a heart attack “The death could have been prevented had the doctor followed the correct medical procedures for diagnosis Despite high blood pressure obesity a family history of heart ailments and irregular ECG the doctor did not administer the correct treatment” the petition stated Shishir then filed a complaint with the Bihar Medical Council which in February 2014 dismissed his plea despite noting that his brother could have been admitted and prescribed ECG tests The next month he appealed in the MCI which in December issued a warning to the doctor asking him to be “more careful” in the future After he filed two RTIs seeking details of the order the MCI said the matter was still being considered Shishir then approached the Central Information Commission in December 2015 which directed the MCI to intimate the decision of its ethics committee It also asked the council to verify the doctor’s medical degree According to the details provided by the MCI the committee in June 2015 had recommended to remove the doctor’s name from the medical register for six months as it was a case of misdiagnosis But in April 2016 the MCI said no action could be taken against the doctor as the council as per law could not review its earlier decision The medical degree too was not provided by the Bihar medical council and Ranchi University Meanwhile Shishir had also approached the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission with independent expert medical opinions of some cardiac specialists The doctors were unanimous that the deceased had required immediate medical attention As the case was still pending Shishir recently moved the Delhi High Court to set aside the MCI’s decision enhance the quantum of punishment and produce documents verifying the doctor’s credentials Justice V Sachdeva issued notice to the MCI the doctor and Bihar Council of Medical Registration The state council has to submit details of the case including autopsy reports on the next day of hearing on May 5 Speaking to The Indian Express Shishir said despite medical evidence such as the autopsy report and testimonies of doctors besides other medical literature no action was taken against the doctor as he was employed in a hospital owned by a private sector giant For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: September 14 2017 3:31 am A senior officer said “In a large number of vishing cases the victims are senior citizens who are not tech savvy There have been a spurt of such vishing cases in the northern suburbs of the city where people have lost money to such fraudsters” Related News A 70-YEAR-OLD woman became the latest victim of the ‘vishing’ fraud where conmen pretending to be calling from banks take debit card or bank account details of unsuspecting people and make fraudulent transactions using them In the current case Vrushali Joglekar a Malad resident lost Rs 125 lakh in a series of unauthorised transactions made within an hour using her internet banking details The Malad police registered an FIR Monday and are investigating the matter According to the police Joglekar who retired from a private sector job a few years ago lives along with her 75-year-old husband Vighyan in their sixth floor home in Ankur Cooperative Housing Society at Jubilee Park in Malad and the two survive on their pension money On August 20 around 430 pm Joglekar was at home when she received a call from a man who claimed to be calling from the IDBI bank where the senior citizen held an account said the police In her complaint to the police Joglekar said “The person who called me claimed that my bank account had been deactivated and would need my account details to reactivate it Not suspecting anything amiss I gave away by bank account details” Joglekar soon suspected there was something wrong She then went to the local branch of her bank to check her balance The balance seemed much lower than what she had expected She went to the main branch the next day and found that 18 unauthorised transactions had been carried out on her bank account “A total of Rs 125978 had been withdrawn illegally in the 18 transactions made on her account using internet banking” said an officer from the Malad police station After realising that she had been duped Joglekar and her husband approached the Malad police station where a case was registered for cheating and under relevant sections of the Information Technology Act An officer linked to the probe said “We are trying to trace the number from which the call had been made We have also sought some details from the bank using which we should be able to track down the accused” A senior officer said “In a large number of vishing cases the victims are senior citizens who are not tech savvy There have been a spurt of such vishing cases in the northern suburbs of the city where people have lost money to such fraudsters” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 20 2016 12:23 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi is presented a plough by Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan at the Kisan Mahasammelan in Sehore Madhya Pradesh on Thursday (Source: PTI) Related News Farm distress resulting from back-to-back monsoon failures and falling price realisations in most crops has arguably posed the biggest challenge economically and politically for the BJP-led Centre It has prompted initiatives that may not have received official priority in the normal course — which is always the case with agriculture On Thursday Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled the operational guidelines for a new crop insurance scheme the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) at a farmers’ rally in Madhya Pradesh He also announced the creation of a National Agriculture Market (NAM) a digital platform for farmers to sell their produce to buyers anywhere in India from April 14 Whatever may be the political calculations behind their launch and timing both are potentially game-changing Currently insurance penetration extends to hardly a fifth of the country’s cropped area This is only to be expected when policy claims cannot cover even half of the value of produce in the event of crop failure The PMFBY not only keeps the premiums low at 15-2 per cent for seasonal and 5 per cent for annual horticultural crops but also removes any artificial capping of the sums insured that result in low claims being paid to farmers That makes it more attractive for farmers to take insurance protection True such low premiums and allowing farmers to claim the full value of a crop linked to its normal threshold yields and MSP could entail additional fiscal costs But subsidy on crop insurance is any day preferable to that on electricity water or fertiliser The former encourages farmers to invest in productivity improvements and new technologies; the latter promotes inefficient resource use Also with more farmers joining in the actuarial premiums would come down through increased spreading of risks thereby helping to contain the government’s subsidy burden Equally welcome is the move to expand the farmer’s universe of buyers beyond traders/ commission agents licensed to operate in the designated mandis of his area Giving farmers the choice to accept the bids of local traders or those of online buyers can lead to higher price realisations just as a robust crop insurance system is the best way to deal with weather and disease risks that are intrinsic to agriculture India’s farmers need more such long-term solutions as opposed to populist loan waivers and distortionary subsidies For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App Professor Naoko has been researching Islamic architecture across the globe, brought his Buick all the way from Delhi. 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