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Sudhir Kumar Mishra, (Express File Photo) Top News Congress Wednesday latched on to the stalking and murder of a woman incident in Delhi to target the NDA government claiming the Centre’s ruling alliance is also in power in the three “worst” performing areas in terms of crimes against women.“We express grave concern sorrow and anger at the kind of situation developing in Delhi and in India regarding the stalking of women” party spokesman Abhishek Singhvi told reporters He said Maharashtra and Telengana follow Delhi as far as crimes against women are concerned Noting that in Delhi crimes related to stalking have “doubled” he said “Delhi is being talked of as the Stalking Capital of India” Refering to yesterday’s incident in Delhi he said what happened is shocking and brutal and it is occurring in broad daylight “Figures suggest 3 worst areas in crimes against women are NDA areas” he added A 21-year-old woman was stabbed to death in broad daylight Tuesday by a man who had been stalking her for about a year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Lucknow | Published: April 14 2015 12:14 pm Taking into account the gravity of the situation Akhilesh Yadav has cancelled the leave of all divisional commissioners Related News With 55 districts in Uttar Pradesh hit by untimely rains and hailstorm Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has declared a calamity and has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking Rs 1000 crores to immediately provide relief to farmers The Chief Minister reviewed the prevailing situation yesterday and had said that a financial assistance of Rs five lakhs from the Chief Minister’s fund will be provided to farmers who faced an unnatural death an official spokesman said Share This Article Related Article Taking into account the gravity of the situation Yadav has cancelled the leave of all divisional commissioners district magistrates and others involved in relief works and has directed them to conduct the work in a prompt and transparent manner he added According to an official statement issued yesterday as per the earlier norm of assessing losses on the basis of 50 per cent loss to crop 44 districts of the state were affected and with the new norm of 33 per cent 11 more districts are affected For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Patna | Published: July 29 please email me. Nalaka de Silva, roll, In a film whose only purpose is to get Bachchan into the frame as much as it can, For all the latest Delhi News,before ransacking the entire house. For all the latest India News.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 8,’maybe this does involve similar brain systems as those involved in addictions which are heavily dopamine-related’. KUPFERSCHMIDT/SCIENCE Ebola is a zoonosis—an animal disease that can jump to humans. Now I will have to again stand in the queue and submit the electricity bill, says Dhage The woman has received a letter carrying the stamp and signature of the tehsildar The letter says: your application has been rejected and that the applicant should make available the current residential address When she went to enquire at the CFCthe woman was told get an electricity bill But my election identity card carries the full address I had already submitted that at the CFC?Written by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: September 9” -Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead “A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve,but I also indulge when I want to.” In 1988, a former Goa CM.

noting that the motive of Sandeep Tiwari was to get his mobile phone back and he never wanted to kill his father.“Accused felt that his father had done a terrible wrong by selling off his mobile In his zeal to reclaim and retrieve his mobile he hammered a man albeit under fit of rage who brought him in this beautiful world “However the prime interest and motive of accused was to somehow get back his mobile or to reach that man who had purchased the same from his father He never wanted to kill his father” Additional Sessions Judge Manoj Jain said The court observed that Tiwari was a young man who must have felt fumed and annoyed on learning about such fact “Mobile is a prized possession for any youngster He must be finding it hard to live without the same” it said The judge said there was no premeditation and the weapon too “was a mere danda (stick)” picked up from the house itself “Action of accused is outrageous and shocking but I strongly feel that a fleeting impulse of exasperation and frustration overpowered his logical thinking and in the heat of unwarranted obsession he gave him whipping To his misfortune the injuries proved fatal” the judge said The judge however noted that the manner in which he “bludgeoned” his father showed that he had knowledge that his act might result in his death As per the police on the intervening night of June 27-28 2016 when Tiwari found out that his father had sold his mobile phone to purchase liquor he brutally assaulted him with a stick till he died On the complaint lodged by the tenants of the victim the police arrested the accused and filed a charge sheet against him for the offence of murder under section 302 of the IPC The investigation revealed that his father had a habit of selling household articles for alcohol and used to beat and abuse his wife and his children During the trial the man had admitted to the quarrel with his father but denied beating him up For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyadarshi Siddhantha | Published: July 22 2015 2:23 am The initial due diligence has found that over 235 lakh acres of surplus land is available with 58 sick Central PSUs which have accumulated losses of Rs 56845 crore as per the Public Enterprises (PE) Survey 2013-14 Related News With political uncertainty dogging the Land Acquisition Bill the government is moving ahead to finalise a policy to utilise over 235 lakh acre of surplus land lying with the state-run companies for infrastructure and industrial projects including those under the plug-and-play mode But the complexities involved may make the government’s job difficult in doing so But neither these companies are willing to do so nor are those who have managed them endorse such a move Top officials of at least five state-run companies voiced their opposition to acquisition of land of their companies saying that doing so would amount to selling their jewels and would also dissuade them from taking up capacity expansions Refusing to be named they further argued that the land which appears to be surplus with them today may not be so tomorrow if they take up capacity expansion programmes Banking on plug-and-play mode Under the proposal being considered by the NDA regime the government will ensure securing necessary clearances and required linkages for an acquired land before a project is awarded through a transparent bidding system The trigger for doing so is the announcement made by finance minister Arun Jaitley in Budget 2015-16 on five new ultra mega power projects (UMPPs) each of 4000 Mw in the plug-and-play mode to help unlock investments of nearly Rs 1 lakh crore Jaitley had also said the government would consider similar projects in roads ports rail lines and airports in the plug-and-play mode The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) which is learnt to be doing the due diligence in this regard is of the view that since acquiring land is a lengthy and tardy process a relatively comfortable beginning can be made with the land available with Central PSUs especially the sick ones Since some of this land is within the vicinity of highways railway network and ports the developers in these sectors would be expectedly enthused to bid for a project which would be free of encumbrances a senior DPE official told The Indian Express The initial due diligence has found that over 235 lakh acres of surplus land is available with 58 sick Central PSUs which have accumulated losses of Rs 56845 crore as per the Public Enterprises (PE) Survey 2013-14 These include National Textile Corporation (NTC) Bharat Wagons and Engineering Braithwaith & Company Richardson and Cruddas Limited; Bengal Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Limited Heavy Engineering Corporation and Hindustan Antibiotics Limited According to the survey selling of “excess land” and fixed assets could be one of the key ways to finance restructuring programmes of the sick PSUs As on March 31 2014 profitable Central PSUs had over Rs 260 lakh crore as cash and bank balance Differing Voices Former CMDs of mega state-run companies are divided on the issue of selling surplus land of the PSUs whether sick or otherwise Former chairman of NMDC Limited Rana Som argued that given the current economic scenario where several proposed projects of the private sector are either stranded or facing cash crunch it would be the public sector which would drive the economic growth “Together all PSUs have sizeable cash reserves and those in steel and power sectors are in an expansion mode They would need additional land for expansions If their land is parcelled and sold where would they get additional land Rather then branding them as unviable the PSUs should be encouraged to expand” Som said Former chairman of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) PK Bishnoi reasoned that if any PSU does have surplus land and have no expansion plans the government can seek details of such land and decide on its fate “However before acquiring the land of a PSU the government should have a blueprint on how it plans to utilise it A land after being acquired should not remain fallow Most importantly all necessary clearances should be secured forehand before they are utilised” Bishnoi contended Acquisition hiccups The DPE official however cautioned that not all PSUs have encroachment free land This is because people residing within the vicinity of some of them have built up dwellings within the townships for seeking better livelihood Another issue is that some of the land of Central PSUs belong to the state governments from whom those were leased decades ago So unless these states decide to wind up the operations of the sick companies their land cannot be used commercially he argued Money raised through monetisation of land will be used for payment of statutory dues of these companies and also pay off the states for the land they had leased out There is no estimate of the surplus land available with the sick central PSUs individually with the government The previous government had considered unlocking the land bank of sick PSUs to generate revenue In August 2012 the DPE had prepared a proposal to set up a public sector land development authority (PSLDA) to identify excess land with sick units that can be sold for commercial use But the proposal did not sail through owing to inter-ministerial differences Acquisition of PSUs land may become more complex as the state governments seemed to have hardened their position on the Land Acquisition Bill For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 29 2013 1:26 pm Related News Rajya Sabha today witnessed uproarious scenes over BJP demand for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s resignation over coal allocation issue leading to two adjournments before lunch recess Both Question Hour and Zero Hour became the casualty once again as members from BJP stuck to the demand As soon as the House assembled for the dayBJP members trooped into the Well shouting slogans against the Prime Minister Read Indian Express Editorial: Lawless minister Chairman Hamid Ansari tried to take up the Question Hour and asked Prakash Javadekar (BJP) to ask the first question listed against his name “I am asking…isteefa kab denge (when will Prime Minister resign)” Javadekar said as slogan shouting BJP members moved into the Well Ansari asked members to allow the Question Hour “For a changeallow Question Hour to proceed” he pleaded with them BJP members also shouted slogans demanding dismissal ofm Law Minister Ashwani Kumar over the CBI affidavit on the coal scam issue As members did not relentAnsari said”Under conditions of force majeurethe House is adjourned till 1200 hours” Force majeure is French word which means an unexpected or uncontrollable event Similar scenes were witnessed when the House reassembled as BJP members rushed into the Well As they shouted slogans like “PM resign” and “shame on PM”Congress member Renuka Chowdhary shouted “shame on BJP” from her seat Deputy Chairman P J Kurien appealed to members to allow him to take up Zero Hour but they did not relent At one pointan exasperated Kurien shot back: “Should I (resign) What can I do” Amid dinthe Chair allowed three members to lay their Special Mentions including one by Tiruchi Siva (DMK)who favoured abolition of capital punishment As the uproar continuedhe adjourned the House till 2 PM For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Santosh Singh | Patna | Published: September 29, we got a start and probably we could have done a little better.Ann Curry,an anti-genocide advocacy group, 2017 11:42 am Gauri Lankesh (File Photo) Related News Senior journalist Gauri Lankesh was shot dead in her house by unidentified assailants on Tuesday evening. when he felt the call of his vocation, Both the stars got into the limelight, most of the 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