Impeachment Motion Against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra Rejected By Venkaiah Naidu

Congress-Led Move To Impeach Chief Justice Rejected By Venkaiah Naidu

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Venkaiah Naidu consulted several experts to discuss impeachment of Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra.

New Delhi:  A notice for Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra’s impeachment, moved three days ago by opposition parties, has been rejected by Vice President Venkaiah Naidu. Mr Naidu, who is the chairman of the Rajya Sabha, cut short a visit to Hyderabad and returned to Delhi on Sunday afternoon for consultations on the unprecedented move to sack the country’s top judge. Mr Naidu’s swift decision preempts awkwardness on Chief Justice Misra’s first day at work since the notice for impeachment signed by more than 60 Parliamentarians was submitted. There had been calls for him to withdraw from cases since he was facing a move to impeach him.



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Three Fires On Sunday Night Kill 7 In Delhi, Madhya Pradesh

Three Fires On Sunday Night Kill 7 In Delhi, Madhya Pradesh

Five die after two cars caught fire in Madhya Pradesh

New Delhi:  In a horrific head-on collision, two cars caught fire, killing five people on the National Highway 146, in Madhya Pradesh. Senior police officers who went to the spot on road connecting Vidisha and Sagar, told NDTV that the bodies were burnt beyond recognition.

People in both the vehicles couldn’t escape as their car got locked automatically following the devastating collision, on Sunday night.
  

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Over a hundred huts in Meerut gutted in fire on Sunday night

In another incident, at least 100 huts were gutted in a massive fire in Meerut’s Jahidpur village, on Sunday night. Locals say the fire broke out when a wedding procession was crossing the spot and a firecracker landed on the roof of a hut. 

By the time fire brigade officials arrived, the blaze engulfed many huts as the roofs were covered with highly inflammable plastic sheets, say residents. No one was injured in the fire according to reports.

In the national capital, at least two workers died after a fire broke out in a garment factory in northeast Delhi, on Sunday night. The fire spread rapidly in the three-storeyed building, which also housed a godown on the ground floor. There were labourers working late into the night on the first and second floors, where the tailoring was mostly done, say locals. The fire completely destroyed garments and raw materials stored in all three floors. 
 

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Short-circuit causes fire at a garment factory in Delhi, two dead

Eyewitnesses claim the fire brigade officials arrived late, resulting in the deaths. As per initial investigations, the cause of the fire was short-circuit. Sources in the fire department say, the wiring in the building was old and did not comply with fire safety regulations.

Just about two weeks ago, four people were killed in a fire that broke out at a four-storeyed shoe factory in west Delhi. The four including a teenager who had come from Hardoi in Uttar Pradesh, were sleeping on the factory premises. Police said the fire started due to an electrical short-circuit in the building.



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Jessica Lal Killer Manu Sharma In Tihar’s Open Jail For ‘Good Conduct’

Jessica Lal Killer Manu Sharma In Tihar's Open Jail For 'Good Conduct'

Manu Sharma was convicted of the 1999 murder of Jessica Lal at a bar during a private party.

New Delhi:  Twelve years after he was declared guilty of shooting Jessica Lal for being denied a drink, Manu Sharma has been staying in an “open jail” on grounds of good conduct. The 41-year-old sentenced to a life term is allowed to leave his quarters in Delhi’s Tihar Jail every day for work and return in the evening.

“Manu Sharma has been in an open jail for the past six months,” the Tihar jail Director General Ajay Kashyap told NDTV, adding that prisoners who have shown good conduct over the years are shifted to an open jail.

The officer refused to confirm reports that Jessica Lal’s sister Sabrina Lal had written a letter to the jail saying she had “forgiven” him and would not object to his release. He said he was not aware of any such letter a month ago.

Manu Sharma, or Siddharth Vashishta, supposedly works with a non-profit in his name, which claims to work for rehabilitation of prisoners and their children.

The son of former minister Venod Sharma, a Congress politician, Manu Sharma was convicted of the 1999 murder of Jessica Lal at a bar during a private party. When Jessica Lal, a model working that night at the unlicensed bar, refused to serve him a drink late at night, a furious Manu Sharma whipped out his gun and shot her at point blank range, said witnesses.

His acquittal by a trial court sparked outrage and protests across the country until the case was readmitted in 2006 in the Delhi High Court. After examining evidence overlooked by the lower court, Manu Sharma was held guilty of murder. The Supreme Court confirmed that verdict.

Sharma has spent around 15 years in prison.

During that time, alleged special treatment to him has often made news.

In September 2009, he was granted 30-day parole – despite police objections – for the funeral of his grandmother and on grounds that he needed to look into the family’s business. After parole was extended, he was seen at a discotheque in Delhi.

He was forced to return to prison in November after it emerged that he had been visiting night clubs in Delhi and was also involved in a fight.

He was granted parole again in 2011 for the wedding of his younger brother. Then in 2013, he appeared for his master’s degree exams.



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Tweak Strategy, PM Helped With Notes Ban, GST

Omar Abdullah's Advice To Opposition: Tweak Strategy, PM Helped With Notes Ban, GST

Omar Abdullah’s speech was followed by a Q-and-A session where he spoke on varied topics. (File)

Srinagar:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi has helped the cause of the opposition with steps like demonetisation and very shoddy implementation of the GST regime, National Conference (NC) working president Omar Abdullah has said, and called on the Congress and other parties to tweak their strategy in run-up to the general elections next year to take the fight to the BJP.

“I think in some ways PM Modi has helped the cause of the opposition with demonetisation and then the very shoddy implementation of the GST. It certainly is not all going in the BJP’s favour. I think we (opposition parties) need to tweak our strategy a bit. But I think we will be able to take the fight to the BJP and the NDA (in 2019 polls),” Mr Abdullah said.

He was speaking at an event titled ‘The path forward in Kashmir’ at the University of Berkeley in California in the US last week. His speech was followed by a question-and-answer session where he spoke on varied topics, including on the current political situation in the country and the Lok Sabha elections next year.

Mr Abdullah, the working president of opposition National Conference (NC), was asked about his tweet after the BJPs victory in UP assembly polls last year, where he had said “at this rate we might as well forget 2019 & start planning/hoping for 2024” and whether he would like to reevaluate his assessment.

“That tweet has been misquoted so many times that I actually wonder if I should have put it out. What I actually meant was if things stayed this way, then we might as well forget 2019 and start focusing on 2024.”

“But, clearly things haven’t stayed that way. Recent bye-polls in UP where BJP lost two seats, the closest of the election in Gujarat, the way in which the Congress seems to be re-emerging in Rajasthan and if they can get their own house in order in Madhya Pradesh, I guess they will give BJP a good fight there as well. So it’s not all doom and gloom,” he said.

“There are two areas the BJP has a huge advantage in over other political parties,” he said.

“One is when you play the national security card because they are deemed to be far more hawkish for India’s national security issues than other parties are and the other is the Hindutva card – the secular versus the communal,” he said.

The NC leader said while the parties like the Congress and the others can’t win such an argument, “there is a lot more that is wrong with India that simply a communal campaign will not wash your win.”

“The deep distress in the agricultural community, the slowdown in manufacturing, the inability to create jobs, bringing back all the black money that is stashed away in foreign banks and stuff like that. So, I think if you fight the elections using our mind and our hearts rather than just fighting and emotional campaign, I think there is a lot that we can bring to the fore to put the BJP on the defensive,” he said.



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In Odisha, A Temple Where Only Dalit Women Are Allowed, Breaks Rules First Time In 400 Years

In Odisha, A Temple Where Only Dalit Women Are Allowed, Breaks Rules First Time In 400 Years

Temple for only Dalit women breaks rules first time in 400 years

Odisha:  For the first time in 400 years, men were allowed to touch the five idols in Ma Panchubarahi temple in Odisha’s Kendrapara district. The temple is a no entry zone for men; only Dalit women are allowed to perform the rituals and touch the deities.

On April 20, the women priests let five men enter the temple for a day to relocate the deities, as rising sea levels threatened the Satabhaya village, a remote cluster of hutments where no more than a thousand people live, say reports.

Unlike any other temple in the country, Ma Panchubarahi temple is looked after by five Dalit women priests. The temple is cleaned, preparations for the daily puja are done only by married Dalit women from the local sea facing village and there has been no exception in the last 400 years.  
 

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Idols being shifted 12 km inland from Satabhaya village

Global warming and rising levels of the Bay of Bengal forced the temple to break its tradition. The women pujaris could not move the five heavy idols, believed to be around 1.5 tonnes each, carved in black stone. A group of five men were allowed into the inner rooms to remove the idols, said one of the women priests. The temple has been relocated to a new structure around 12 km inland and the priests have performed the ‘purification’ ritual, say villagers. Locals believe Ma Panchubarahi protects them from natural calamities.

The Odisha State Disaster Management Authority has decided to rehabilitate the disappearing seaside villages under the World Bank- assisted Odisha Disaster Recovery Project. Residents of villages like Satabhaya, facing aggressive erosion are being shifted to Bagapatia relocation site in Kendrapara. Sources in the state government say, relocation and construction of new houses have been expedited.

The advancing sea has engulfed most of Satabhaya village; district records show the area has been reduced from 350 sq km in 1930 to around 140 sq km now. 

(With inputs from ANI)



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Congress Changes 6 Names In Final List Of Candidates For Karnataka Assembly Election

Congress Changes 6 Names In Final List Of Candidates For Karnataka Assembly Election

The Congress first list with 218 names was released on April 15 for elections to the 225-member house.

Bengaluru:  Releasing the final list of candidates for the May 12 Karnataka Assembly elections, the ruling Congress on Sunday announced a change of candidates in six seats and selected nominees for five other seats.

“The central election committee has changed the nominees in six seats and selected candidates for five other seats,” Congress General Secretary Mukul Wasnik said in a statement.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will contest from Badami in Vijayapura district in place of Devraj Patil in addition to Chamundeshwari in Mysuru.

HP Rajesh will contest from Jagalur (Reserved-Scheduled Tribe) in Davanagere district instead of AL Pushpa; K. Shadakshari from Tiptur in Tumakuru in place of B. Nanjaman; KS Renu from Malleshwaram in Bengaluru northwest instead of KS Renu; M Srinivas from Padmanabhanagar in Bengaluru southwest in place of BG Naidu; and KP Chandrakala from Madikeri in Kodagu instead of HS Chandra Mouli.

The candidates for five other seats are NH Harris from Shantinagar in Bengaluru; K. Inamdar from Kittur in Belagavi district; VD Katakdhond from Nagathan (SC); MN Sali from Sindgi in Vijayapura; and Sayed Yasin from Raichur in the state’s northwest region.

The Congress first list with 218 names was released on April 15 for elections to the 225-member house, including one nominated.

The party has decided not to field candidate from Melukote in Mandya district in support of Swaraj India candidate Darshan Puttanaiah, son of the state’s farmer leader late KS Puttanaiah, who was a legislator from the same seat.

The party replaced Madikeri nominee HS Chandra Mouli as he was the lawyer to fugitive diamond trader Mehul Choksi, who fled the country in January after allegedly defrauding state-run Punjab National Bank along with his nephew Nirav Modi.

Mr Yasin is the son-in-law of veteran party leader and former Railway Minister Jaffer Sharief.

Mr Inamdar has been re-nominated from Kittur after he threatened to quit the party.

Mr Harris, a two-time legislator from the prestigious Shantinagar segment in the city centre, also got re-nominated despite his son (Mohammad Nalapad) being in jail over a brawl at a city cafe on February 17.

Mr Siddaramaiah, 69, filed his nomination on Friday from Chamundeshwari, which he has contested seven times and won five times since 1983.

Though he had won from Varuna in Mysuru district twice since the 2008 assembly elections, he shifted to Chamundeshwari, paving the way for his son Yatindra to contest from his home constituency. Yatindra too filed his nomination from Varuna on Friday.

Mr Siddaramaiah is the party’s second Chief Minister to complete a 5-year term after Devaraj Urs who was chief minister from 1972-78 in the southern state.

The veteran state leader joined the Congress from the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) in August 2006 after parting ways with the latter’s supremo HD Deve Gowda and his second son HD Kumaraswamy, who is also contesting from Ramanagara and Channapatna seats in Ramanagara district, about 50km from Bengaluru.

Polling will be held in a single phase for 224 Assembly seats, including 36 reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 15 for the Scheduled Tribes. Votes will be counted on May 15.



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5 Amazing Cafes To Try When You Visit The North-East Of India

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  • The north-east states of India are South Asia’s best natural sanctuaries
  • The restaurants and cafes serve their guests with their unique dishes
  • Food of north-eastern states have a huge influence from its neighbours

Covered with layers of plush forests and picturesque hills, the north-east states of India are one of the South Asia’s best natural sanctuaries. Cushioned between the countries like Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar and Bangladesh, you can see that the culture, tradition and food of north-eastern states have a huge influence from its immediate neighbours. And, when it comes to hospitality of the region, we bet that you would fall in love with their way of welcoming guests. The restaurants and cafes serve their guests with their unique dishes with unusual politeness in completely quaint atmosphere. Not just that, dining at any north-east restaurant could take you in a live interaction with its cuisine and culture. Having said that, we have tried to make it easier for you to hunt the right restaurants and cafes that you can try on your visit to the seven sisters of India:

Loafing Around
This cosy little cafe, located in Gangtok, is known for its lip-smacking desserts. But, we can vouch for their blueberry cheesecake and chocolate truffle with vanilla gelato, which are just out of the world. Moreover, you will just fall in love with the elegant vintage theme of the cafe that gives a feeling of an old American living room.

Where: The Nettle and Fern Hotel Building, Development Area Gangtok, Sikkim
 

ML 05 Cafe
If you are an automobile lover, then this cafe is a treat for all car and bike aficionados. Royal Enfield hanging proudly in the middle of the room alongside a few license plates hanging down from the ceiling, is a scene to watch. But, that’s not it! There is a mural representing a Bedford Bus, a Willys Jeep, a black and yellow Ambassador taxi, and a Royal Enfield motorbike that adorns the whole wall, while on the other side you have a few framed vintage photographs of local automobiles. No wonder you will find many bikers stopping by.Where: AH 1, Near Eastern Air Command, Mawsynram Shillong Road Shillong, Meghalaya
 

Coco Cafe
If you are looking to eat where the locals eat, then head to Coco Cafe and savour some of the best local cuisines. It is perhaps the best spot to mingle up with the locals and understand the culture and place. And, to make your evenings little livelier, the cafe hosts live music performances every day. If you wish to be a part of the evening, then don’t hide away the singer inside you, just go on and grab the mic.

Where: C-144 Ramhlun N Road, Aizawl, Mizoram
 

Tio Cafe
Thinking to take a halt between your road trip to the winding roads of Nagaland, then perhaps this is the best cafe that will make you feel like you’re lounging in your own living room. Let us just warn you that if you are in a rush, then you might want to skip this cafe as once you are in the cafe, it’s hard to keep track of time.

Where: Hotel Cimorb, Old Minister Hill Road Kohima, Nagaland
 

Chopstyx
Perched on the top of a hill, overlooking a pretty little town, is a beautiful cafe that is not just known for its multi-cuisine menu but also for its exotic location that will make you fall for it every time you visit it. Serving a mix of Tibetan, Korean, Chinese, and American dishes, Chopstyx offers an assortment of different cuisines.

Where: F-78 Chanmari-Lower Zarkawt-Israel Point, Chaltlang, Aizawl, Mizoram
 

The north-eastern states of India are a treasure trove of unexplored cafes. Since the world is now opening up to uncover its stunning beauty, we hope to have more and more restaurants and cafes to be added in this list.
 



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Two Jawans Dead, 4 Injured After Their Vehicle Falls Into River In Arunachal Pradesh

Two Soldiers Dead, 4 Injured After Their Vehicle Falls Into River In Arunachal Pradesh

Two soldiers dead, 4 injured after their vehicle falls into river in Arunachal Pradesh

Imphal, Arunachal Pradesh:  Two army personnel were killed and four others injured after a vehicle they were travelling in fell into a river during a routine movement in Arunachal Pradesh’s Lower Dibang Valley on Sunday. One soldier is believed to be missing.The vehicle carrying 18 personnel from Madras Regiment Territorial Army based at Chapakhowa, Sadiya in Assam’s Tinsukia district was on counter-insurgency operations.

The mishap occurred after their vehicle skidded and fell into Kundil river between Iduli and Kabang villages in the district, said sources in the army. 

While 15 personnel were rescued from the river, four of the injured soldiers among them were shifted to the the Chapakhowa First Referral Unit for treatment.

The district administration along with the police and army are carrying out rescue operations. The District Collector told NDTV that so far two bodies have been recovered while another is still missing.

District officials said search for the missing soldier is on and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has been pressed into service.



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UP Sainik School In Lucknow Admits Girls, First Time In 57 Years

Lucknow:  For the first time in the country, a Sainik School in Lucknow has opened its doors for girls. As many as 15 girls from different family backgrounds have got admission in the Captain Manoj Kumar Pandey Uttar Pradesh Sainik School here in class 9 for the academic year 2018-19.

However, the journey for these girls was certainly not an easy one, as there were 2,500 aspirants vying for laurels.

School principal Col Amit Chatterjee said the girl students will undergo a strenuous routine beginning with PT exercises at 6 am every day and then get ready for assembly prayers at 8.15 am.

“After classes, they will return to their hostel and after a brief rest, participate in sporting events, before taking up studies at 7 PM,” he told PTI.

Asked how the girls felt in their new environment, Col Chatterjee said, “They feel very proud to be part of the institution. They aspire to become famous one day in life.”

The school’s registrar Lt Col Uday Pratap Singh said, “Out of the 2,500 girls who appeared in the entrance examination, 15 were selected based on the results of the written examination and interviews. All these girls have been selected for class 9 for the academic year 2018-19.”

“The girls hail from different family backgrounds like doctors, teachers, police officers and even agriculturists,” he said.

Mr Singh informed that a proposal to include girl students was sent to the Uttar Pradesh government last year.

“The existing infrastructure of the school has been improved for the 15 girl students using our own resources. One of the boys hostel has been vacated to accommodate the girls,” he said.

The registrar was confident that other Sainik Schools in the country will also follow suit.

Commenting on the development, ST Mishra, a teacher at school, said, “The admission of girl students will also prove to be helpful for the boys as its will enable them to adjust and accommodate in the new environment. It will also help in providing a holistic perspective to the boy students.”

Initially known as the UP Sainik School, the institute came into existence in 1960, thereby becoming the first such school to be established in the country and has been nurturing young talent for 57 years.

“After this, 27 such Sainik Schools were established in other parts of the country. In its journey of more than 57 years, the school has the honour of producing more than 1,000 military officers, and the first Sainik school in the country whose student was rewarded Paran Vir Chakra (Manoj Pandey),” Mr Singh said.

The school staff feel the move would usher in a new era in the history of the institution.

In July 2017, the Uttar Pradesh Cabinet approved the renaming of Lucknow’s Sainik School in the name of Captain Manoj Pandey, who was martyred during the Kargil war.

The school is run by the UP Sainik School Society with chief minister of Uttar Pradesh as its chairperson. It is fully financed by the state government.

Local board of administration (LBA) with the Commissioner, Lucknow Division, as its Chairman and Principal of the school as the Secretary, is responsible for its efficient functioning on day-to-day basis.

This is the only military school in the country that does not come under the Ministry of Defence.

Captain Manoj Pandey was also an alumnus of Sainik School. He was an officer of 1/11 Gorkha Rifles who was posthumously awarded India’s highest military honour, the Param Vir Chakra, for his exemplary courage and leadership during the Kargil War in 1999.

He died during the attack on Jubar Top, Khalubar Hills in Batalik Sector, Kargil. His actions have led to him being referred to as the “Hero of Batalik”.

The school staff feel the move would usher in a new era in the history of the institution. It is the first Sainik School in India that was established in 1960 and has been nurturing young talent for 57 years.



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Dedicated NIA Wing To Probe Terror Funding, Money Laundering By Naxals

Dedicated NIA Wing To Probe Terror Funding, Money Laundering By Naxals

The Maoists are known for often blowing up schools or hampering spread of educational institutions (File)

New Delhi:  A dedicated wing is being set up in the NIA to go after Naxal leaders and their sympathisers, who are allegedly involved in large-scale money laundering and spending huge amounts in the higher education of their children, officials have said.

The Home Ministry recently gave its approval for setting up the dedicated wing in the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for the task.

The move came following the NIA’s extensive terror-funding probe against Kashmiri separatists, during which the central probe agency arrested several leaders of the Hurriyat and other such organisations, including the son of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Sayed Salahuddin and the son-in-law of separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani.

“A dedicated wing of the NIA is coming up to take up the terror funding and money laundering cases of the Naxals. The home ministry has given the necessary approval for it,” a Home Ministry official told PTI.

The NIA will go after the Naxal leaders and their sympathisers who are involved in all such cases, the official said.

In February, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) attached properties worth Rs 86 lakh of a Jharkhand-based Maoist commander, Sandeep Yadav.

It also attached assets worth Rs 68 lakh of two senior Maoist leaders — Bihar-based brothers Pradumn Sharma and Pramod Sharma — in connection with a money-laundering probe against them.

Pradumn has several aliases such as Kundan Ji, Lulha, Saket, Anish Ji and is in charge of the Magadh zone special area committee of Bihar-Jharkhand of Naxalites.

Pramod, having aliases such as Prabhakar Ji and Pramod Singh, is the secretary of Banawar sub-area zonal committee of the CPI (Maoist).

The investigation has found that proceeds of crime have been utilised by Pradumn and Pramod to make huge expenses towards the admission of Pramod’s daughter in a medical college and coaching of their son and daughter at coaching institutes in Kota and Patna, an official said requesting anonymity.

The Maoists are known for often blowing up schools or hampering spread of educational institutions in its area of influence but for the education of their children, they are spending in lakhs of rupees, the official said.

There have been allegations against several contractors who are collecting levy and laundering it on behalf of Naxal leaders in Jharkhand, Bihar and Chhattisgarh.

All these cases may be taken over by the NIA and probed as terror funding and money laundering, the official said.

As many as 90 districts in 10 states — Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Odisha, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh — are hit by Left Wing Extremism.

The geographical spread of the Left Wing Extremism has shrunk significantly in the last four years due to a multi-pronged strategy involving security- and development-related measures.

The significant features of the anti-Naxal policy were zero tolerance towards violence coupled with a big push to development activities so that the benefits of new roads, bridges, telephone towers reach the poor and the vulnerable in the affected areas, another official said.



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