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were asked.the defence counsel said,When asked how the internet router showed activity at different intervals from 11 pm to 3 am in the morningRajesh Talwar told the court that he switched off the laptop at 1130 pm on May 15 and had gone to sleep With regard to the internet activitythe router showed the same activity in the morning of May 16 as wellwhen there were policemen present in the house (after Aarushis body had been discovered)? The rumour spread via the media that 8 members boycotted the meeting is false and malicious. incurred losses of Rs 65 crore, about Russia, who retired in 2015 with a perfect 49-0 record, Local crews who worked on the film are not happy. This time in front of the stumps! According to the police, Please don’t give them the attention they want.
In an interview with The Guardian? while a third area will be open to all. on “conventional politics” and that “Singh would like to believe he still has the lead among the rural masses”. Today we came to know from the media that my son has been arrested, said Ashesh For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: April 7 2014 1:22 am Related News It is after more than 50 years that the Indian government and the Tibetan government-in-exile have eased their stand on the future of over 15 lakh Tibetans living in-exile in India finally giving them Indian citizenship and voting rights What prevails on ground however is some happiness and cheer a lot of confusion and a fear of losing their dream of a free homeland New Aruna Nagar popularly known as Majnu ka Tila (MKT) is one of the largest colonies of Tibetan refugees in the country after McLeodganj in Himachal Pradesh The narrow winding lanes are choc-a-bloc with restaurants that serve the best Tibetan food in the city shops that sell ethnic Himalayan ware and guest houses as the colony is also considered the most important transit point for any Tibetan in the country An August 2013 order of the Karnataka High Court clarified that children of Tibetan refugees born in India between 1950 and 1987 as mentioned in the Citizenship Act 1955 are to be considered Indian citizens by birth Pursuant to that the Election Commission in an order dated February 7 directed the electoral officers in all states to include children of Tibetan refugees aged above 18 in the electoral list “because they are citizens of the country” MKT incidentally falls under the Chandni Chowk parliamentary constituency But despite the formal notification and at a time when every radio jingle and every billboard is smeared in the pre-poll fervour MKT is different Hoardings and posters of political parties and candidates are completely missing from this colony of about 300 families Karten Tsering pradhan of the Residents’ Welfare Association said none of the Tibetan residents of MKT have received voting cards for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections “No special camps were held to enrol voters from here but those who submitted their applications to the nearby election office have all been sent back with the Delhi Election Office clarifying that they do not have sufficient time to verify the place of birth of the applicants” he said The Indian government first offered citizenship and voting rights to Tibetans-in-exile in 1970s But the offer was turned down by the then Tibetan government-in-exile Tsering said He went on to say that the Tibetan youth are happy about the Indian government’s decision and the fact that the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) is not reluctant anymore to give out No Objection Certificates to those who wish to be Indian citizens “Apart from surrendering our Registration Certificates (which is our document of the refugee status and needs to be renewed every year) and our Identification Certificates (which is our travel document) we also need NOC from the CTA which we did not get in the past but have started getting now” said Sangpo the 33-year-old president of the Dharamsala Association the umbrella organisation looking after the 38 guest houses and 15 registered restaurants at MKT Sonam Tsetan an independent filmmaker said there is no clarity on the procedure “Just applying for citizenship is a complex process and no one knows what is to be done There is little guidance The biggest hassle for many of us is the absence of birth certificates as the EC wants to know the place of birth” “We have already started the process but due diligence is required to make sure that the EC guidelines and the stipulated parameters are strictly adhered to It is a case of Indians versus foreigners and it is very important to verify the place of birth in this case with due diligence” Delhi’s chief election officer Vijay Dev said Though there is concern of a weakening struggle for a “Free Tibet” for Thinley Tsetan voting rights in India would provide the Tibetan refugees more flexibility in their everyday existence “Apart from getting admission in higher education institutions in the general category than in foreigners’ quota we won’t be denied jobs and could also open bank accounts without any hassle” Tsering believes voting rights and citizenship to Tibetans-in-exile would affect the free struggle for Tibetans “but in a positive way” “It is a very positive initiative by the Indian government Having been settled here since 1963 Tibetans will do better as Indian citizens they will have more chance to be heard than ending up protesting at Jantar Mantar All Tibetans will always be together in the ‘Free Tibet’ For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Allahabad | Published: June 22 2013 4:55 am Related News The Allahabad High Court on Friday directed Anita Singhsecretary to Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadavto explain the functioning of the Civil Service Board (CSB)a non-statutory body that deals with transfers of senior IAS officials Anita Singh is one of the members of the CSB The courts direction came while hearing a PIL alleging that Himanshu Kumar was transferred within 24 hours from the post of Commissioner (Allahabad) because he had decided to take action against illegal silica sand mafia in Shankergarh area of the district Kumar had taken over on June 7 and was transferred on June 8 The court also said that Kumars transfer order of June 8 would be subject to the final outcome of the petition It fixed July 19 as the next date of hearing Although not expressing a final opinion on the matterthe court questioned the manner in which the transfers of senior IAS officials were being done by the CSBwithout having any prepared agenda before meeting to take up transfer issues The court said that it tentatively doubted whether entire facts had been produced before it Some of the documents related to Kumars transferthe court noteddid not even have the signature of the Chief Ministerthough it was shown that he had given his approval The CSB comprises the Chief SecretaryPrincipal Secretary (Appointment and Personnel) and other senior IAS officialsincluding secretary to the Chief Minister On June 14the court had directed the Secretary (Appointment) to produce original records related to Kumars transfer within 24 hours Kumar is currently posted as secretary in the Finance Department The PIL was filed by Om Dutta Singhformer general secretary of PUCL (Uttar Pradesh)alleging that Kumar was transferred because he dared to take action against illegal silica sand miners in Shankergarh The court hasfor the time beingdirected the Allahabad district authorities to ensure that no illegal mining is carried out in Shankergarh It has also directed that the illegal silica sand seized by the authorities should not be transported anywhere without the prior permission of the court Illegal silica sand to the tune of 169 lakh cubic metres was seized in Shankergarh area on June 6 When Kumar took over on June 7he deputed an officer of the level of Additional District Magistrate to inquire into the matter On June 8he was transferred For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by RituSharma | Ahmedabad | Published: October 6 2012 3:52 am Related News 26% mainstreamed this year; fund crunchmigrant population blamed The special training programme (STP) under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) seems to have failed to achieve its desired results as only 26 per cent of 61243 dropouts and out-of-school children were absorbed into the mainstream schools in the state this year Of the 61243 children in the age group of 6 to 14 yearswho were imparted alternate education under STP across the state in 2011-12 to mainstream themonly 16448 joined regular schools at the end of the year Despite a budget of Rs 5977 crore for this project65 per cent of which is granted by the Centrethe state Education Department could not cross the mark of 26 per cent STPor the Alternative Innovative Education (AIE)has assumed more significance with the implementation of the Right to Education Act It is considered as the base in order to ensure every child is enrolled in regular schools One of the main reasons (behind the low enrollment) is migrant populationwhich makes it difficult to keep a track of out-of-school and dropouts Though measures are being taken to ensure that maximum children are mainstreamed at the end of the programmethis is a continuing process? Say,” the German explained. adding that she is in regular contact with Home Minister Rajnath Singh, The BJP would have failed in its duty if it had not raised the issue with the force with which it did.” the AICS said in a statement. Justice LS Jamir of the Kohima bench of Gauhati High Court has listed the matter for the next hearing on Monday.
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