Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) seems to be acting in top gear while probing the Unnao rape victim’s critical injuries, sustained by a mysterious truck ramming into the victim’s car, killing two of her aunts. The victim and her lawyer are now battling for life. The court had also ruled that subject to the health conditions and concurrence of the family members of the 19-year-old rape victim and the lawyer, the critically injured could be airlifted for better treatment in AIIMS, New Delhi – which has now unfolded. The rape accused, MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar, in the meantime, is under interrogation by CBI at the Sitapur jail. Two persons who visited Sengar in the jail preceding the deadly accident, are also under questioning. Also Read – A special kind of bondMeanwhile, the trial of this case, which commenced on August 5, is evincing keen interest amongst all. Judge Dharmesh Sharma has been designated to hear the case at Delhi’s Tees Hazari Court. The accused and his alleged accomplice are expected to be produced before the court on August 6. It may be recalled that the Supreme Court had taken a suo moto cognizance of the Unnao rape case victim’s accident and ordered the transfer of the case to a Delhi Court, which is under instructions to complete the probe within 45 days. In the same order, the SC has asked the CBI to wrap up the investigation and file a charge sheet by August 14 in the accident case. Also Read – Insider threat managementUnder express monitoring of the SC, a six-member team of professional experts with a proven record of forensics, belonging to CBI’s Central Forensic Laboratories, are also currently in UP, aiding the investigation. Professionally, it has been a wise decision that this significant probe drawing national attention has been handed over to CBI for a thorough investigation instead of entrusting it to the UP police. It is hoped that CBI’s ambit of the probe will also include the conspiracy, beginning from accusations of rape happening in 2017, the custodial beating of the victim’s father leading to his death, the nexus between the truck driver and properly identifying other accomplices in blackening the registration number of the truck to conceal identity. By such ugly acts, it is evident that there were several players involved in the rape, the custodial beating and brutal ramming of the victim’s car. They all need to be exposed through a dedicated delving without caving to political pressure, if any. The most unfortunate Nirbhaya case memory is revived fresh in public minds after the Unnao rape case. The retired CJI, late JS Verma, had suggested several measures but it would seem that all is lost and rapes continue to shock us. The judgments, howsoever harsh and deterrent, don’t seem to work. It’s a segment of society that’s sick and afflicted with a perverse mindset. More importantly, it would also appear that the unholy nexus between politicians and a section of the police has thrived over the years and has now reached a point of no return. This linkage needs to be severed perhaps with the help of civil societies and a thinking police leadership. On the part of politicians, it’s incumbent upon them to act responsibly and refrain from putting pressure on custodians of law to cave in to the whims and fancies of their unbridled ambitions. Also, the party leadership should also exercise discretion while inducting people to its party fold. In the instant case under reference, Sengar is suspended from the party only after the truck causing accident hit headlines. He merited expulsion way back in 2017 when he was accused of rape. He was obviously drafted in because of his winning track record in electoral politics. A thorough turncoat, Sengar was with the BSP and SP before joining the ruling BJP. He could win elections for the party but the huge taint too comes as a moral encumbrance to the party. The politicians possibly have become so thick-skinned that they care two hoots for being labelled as a corrupt or a rapist. They have nurtured a culture of insensitivity. We hear daily reprimands to the ruling party workers, with the Prime Minister himself issuing guidelines for better conduct in public life and good behaviour. A minister’s son in Madhya Pradesh used a cricket bat to hit a civic official. The errant was taken to task but the fact that he was audacious to perpetuate that bit of violence in full public view shows that they have scant respect for the law of the land. So far, all sermons have gone unheeded. Politicians should themselves introspect their conduct in public life to remain above accusations of rape and other serious offences. Unless they reform themselves, police and judiciary can do little. On part of the police, its leadership must tell the force not to be a party to politicians’ desires of implicating someone in a false case and subjecting them to torture and duress. Each stakeholder is expected by society to discharge responsibilities with abundant care and the utmost discretion. Uttar Pradesh (UP) being the most populous state, has its own problems making it difficult for the administration to deal with routine law and order, and crime-related challenges. And then come leaders like Mulayam Singh Yadav, who not very long ago, instead of condemning rapists dismissed the act by saying that boys will be boys – how irresponsible was the statement? Such remarks do embolden the potential rapists and shockingly from Mulayam’s party, no women member including any MP criticised the blatant comment. According to the statistics available from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), out of 38,947 cases of rape, UP stood second (4,816) showing that 14 per cent of the rape cases occurred in UP. Ironically, there is open support extended to Kuldeep Singh Sengar by some party colleagues. This is unfortunate. He should be a social pariah until the CBI/court clears him. Those exercising silence, particularly for women MPs of the party, by not condemning the gang-rape on the teenager that caused inexplicable trauma, they cannot escape their share of blame by being a party to the heinous crime. Unless there is social pressure, such heinous crimes will continue to recur and eventually, will evaporate in thin air like the Nirbhaya case only seven years ago. (The author is a retired IPS officer, a security analyst and the former National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of Mauritius. The views expressed are strictly personal)
University of Vermont’s (UVM) Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega Sorority beat out the more than sixty student organizations on college campuses across the country in the fight to raise the most funds for the Alzheimer’s Association as part of Hilarity for Charity’s (HFC) nationwide collegiate program Hilarity for Charity U (HFC U).Lauren Miller Rogen and husband Seth Rogen share their Alzheimer’s story with mediaCredit/Copyright: Alison RedlichTo thank the HFC U winners, Seth Rogen, Lauren Miller Rogen and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, spent Saturday morning with UVM Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity (PIKE) and Alpha Chi Omega Sorority for a special screening of “Superbad.” Rogen, who wrote and appeared in “Superbad,” and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, who played the classic character of “McLovin,” provided live commentary during the screening to a packed auditorium of students.Seth Rogen and Chris Mintz-Plasse provide live commentary during a special screening of their movie Superbad with this year’s winners of Hilarity For CharityCredit/Copyright: Alison Redlich“We were pumped to celebrate the accomplishment of University of Vermont’s Pi Kappa Alpha and Alpha Chi Omega in helping us raise much needed funds to end Alzheimer’s,” said Rogen. “I hope other college students see this event as motivation to get involved in the Alzheimer’s cause because, hey, you could meet me.”HFC U is a nationwide program that encourages college groups to throw Hilarity for Charity events to raise awareness and funds to fight Alzheimer’s disease. The University Of Vermont’s Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity and Alpha Chi Omega Sorority raised more than $30,000. The HFC U program raised more than $200,000 since its inception, benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association.“With the number of people with Alzheimer’s expected to grow dramatically, it is especially important to engage and educate a younger generation – and that is what we are trying to do through HFC U,” said Miller Rogen. “We are thrilled by what the UVM PIKEs and Alpha Chi Omegas accomplished this year and can’t wait to kick-off our next HFC U challenge in the fall.”More than five million Americans are living Alzheimer’s disease. Barring the development of medical breakthroughs to prevent, stop or slow Alzheimer’s disease, the number of people with the disease is expected to triple by 2050. Alzheimer’s disease is also the costliest disease to society and the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States, and the only top 10 cause of death without a way to prevent, cure, or slow its progression.HFC is a unique movement that uses the power of laughter to bring attention to Alzheimer’s disease. It is led by the husband and wife team, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen. Established in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, HFC is dedicated to raising both awareness and funds for the cause with a specific emphasis on engaging younger generations.To learn more about HFC U and how to get involved, please visit www.hilarityforcharity.org/hfcu.
Paris: A “computer glitch” may have been behind the fast-spreading fire that ravaged Notre Dame, the cathedral’s rector said Friday, as architects and construction workers tried to figure out how to stabilize the damaged structure and protect it from the elements. The fire burned through the lattice of enormous oak beams supporting the monument’s vaulted stone ceiling, dangerously weakening the building. The surrounding neighborhood has been blocked off, and stones have continued to tumble off the sides of the cathedral since Monday evening’s devastating blaze. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USSpeaking during a meeting of local business owners, rector Patrick Chauvet did not elaborate on the exact nature of the glitch, adding that “we may find out what happened in two or three months.” On Thursday, Paris police investigators said they think an electrical short-circuit most likely caused the fire. The Parisien newspaper has reported that investigators are considering whether the fire could be linked to a computer glitch or related to temporary elevators used in the renovation that was underway at the time the cathedral caught fire. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsChauvet said there were fire alarms throughout the building, which he described as “well protected.” Charlotte Hubert, president of a group of French architects who specialize in historic monuments, told BFM television that experts plan to spread a custom-made peaked tarpaulin across the cathedral’s roof, with enough space to also shield workers rebuilding the frame. French President Emmanuel Macron is expected to set out reconstruction ideas during meetings Friday with officials from the United Nations’ cultural agency, UNESCO. Macron is moving quickly on the fire-ravaged monument’s reconstruction, which is being viewed both as a push to make it part of his legacy and a way to move past the divisive yellow vest protests over economic issues in France. Notre Dame’s reconstruction is prompting widespread debate across France, with differing views emerging over whether it should involve new technologies and designs. Macron’s office has, for example, said the president wants a “contemporary architectural gesture to be considered” for the collapsed spire, which wasn’t part of the original cathedral. Macron hasn’t offered any specifics on his vision for the roof or whether the frame should be wood, metal or concrete, according to his cultural heritage envoy, Stephane Bern. He has named a general, Jean-Louis Georgelin, former chief of staff of the armed forces, to lead the reconstruction effort. Over USD 1 billion has already poured in from people from all walks of life around the world to restore Notre Dame. Judith Kagan, a conservation official at France’s Culture Ministry, said the artworks inside Notre Dame had suffered no major damage from the fire and the pieces were being removed from the building for their protection.
Rabat – Engineers at SmartiLab, a Moroccan research and development laboratory located in Istanbul, won four awards at the Istanbul International Inventions Fair (ISIF) on Saturday.The fair, held in Turkey’s capital from March 3 to March 6, is an annual show that features the commercialization of patents and inventions under the patronage of International Federation of Inventors’ Association (IFIA).The Moroccan team received a total of four medals one gold, two silver, and one bronze for research conducted by the laboratory, which serves as an extension of the Moroccan School of Engineering sciences. According to organizers, it is “unprecedented” for a single country “to win such a wide array of medals at one session of the annual competition,” Hespress reported.The gold medal was awarded for the invention of an indoor positioning system that utilizes nano-satellites to maximize accuracy. A silver medal and a bronze medal was awarded in the electrical engineering and electronics category.The team earned their final silver medal in the diagnostics and biotechnology category for the invention of a 3D electromagnetic scanner to assist in the electronic diagnosis of patients.According to the director of SmartiLab, Hafid Griguer, the government of Morocco has tasked the laboratory with the development and management of Morocco’s intellectual property portfolio. The lab’s goal is to improve Morocco’s ranking in the Global Innovation Index published every year by the World Intellectual Property Association.The index uses a number of criteria to gage the amount of scientific innovation occurring around the world. One of main criteria is the ratio of the number of patents filed by the country’s inventors to the size of the country’s population. The 2015 Global Innovation Index puts Morocco in the 45th percentile in terms of overall innovation in the social and scientific arenas.
31 October 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today lauded the “historic” progress made by the people of Nepal to restore peace and stability and reaffirmed the commitment of the United Nations to continue to support those efforts, as he began an official visit to Kathmandu. “I come to congratulate the people of Nepal for the remarkable historic progress they have made in establishing peace, and in particular, for the successful election of the Constituent Assembly in a largely peaceful process last April that has earned the admiration and respect of the entire international community,” Mr. Ban said in a statement issued after his arrival in the Nepalese capital.Nepal endured a decade-long civil war that claimed an estimated 13,000 lives until the Government and the Maoists signed a peace deal in 2006 and conducted Constituent Assembly elections earlier this year.In May, the South Asian nation abolished its 240-year-old monarchy and declared itself a republic. Ram Baran Yadav was subsequently elected as the country’s first President.The UN has been assisting Nepal in its peace process through a special political mission, known as UNMIN, set up in January 2007. As part of its mandate, UNMIN monitors the management of arms and armed personnel of both the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-M) and the Nepal Army, and assists in monitoring ceasefire arrangements. “I am proud that the UN has been a close partner in Nepal’s development effort, in its struggle to end the 10-year conflict, in the fight to promote and defend human rights, and in the implementation of the 2006 Comprehensive Peace Agreement,” Mr. Ban stated.“I look forward to having fruitful discussions with my hosts, including on how UNMIN and the rest of the UN family can contribute to the completion of the peace process and to long-term peace building and development,” he added.Tomorrow Mr. Ban will meet with President Yadav, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, other officials and members of the Constituent Assembly. He will also visit Lumbini, the Buddha’s birthplace.The Secretary-General arrived in Nepal from India, where he wrapped up his two-day visit today with meetings with President Pratibha Patil, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee, as well as with the UN Country Team.Speaking to reporters before his departure, he said it had pleased him to have arrived in India on the 63rd anniversary of the country’s admission to the UN. He added that it is truly impressive how much India has achieved since then, as a leading voice in the developing world, as a long-established democracy and as a growing economic power.Following his visit to Nepal, Mr. Ban will travel to Bangladesh, the final stop on a trip that also took him to the Philippines.
25 May 2009The hybrid African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) has condemned heavy fighting in and around the town of Umm Baru which left over 50 people injured and forced hundreds to flee their homes. According to a news release issued by the Mission, Sudanese Government forces clashed with armed elements of the rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) for several hours yesterday in the town, which is located about 100 kilometres from the Chadian border in the far west of North Darfur state. Explosions were also reported in the area after Government planes flew overhead last night, the Mission added.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today voiced his concern at the recent fighting. “Noting that this clash was reportedly initiated by the JEM, the Secretary-General condemns such military action, which puts civilian lives directly at risk and which seriously undermines efforts to achieve a peaceful end to the conflict in Darfur,” his spokesperson said in a statement.Mr. Ban called on both the Government and JEM to suspend military action and work towards a negotiated solution to the conflict.UNAMID peacekeepers based at a camp near Umm Baru report that at least 53 people have been seriously injured and need evacuation for further medical treatment. The casualties include civilians, Government soldiers and JEM members.About 350 civilians – mainly women, children and the elderly – and 100 unarmed Sudanese soldiers and members of the Sudan Liberation Army/Minni Minnawi (SLA/MM), a pro-Government faction, are currently taking refuge near the UNAMID camp.The Mission stressed that urgent humanitarian aid, particularly food, water, medical supplies and tents, is needed to help civilians displaced by the fighting. UNAMID has treated some of the wounded, and is on standby to evacuate those needing further medical care.UNAMID chief Rodolphe Adada condemned yesterday’s fighting, and urged all parties to the Darfur conflict to seek a peaceful resolution to their differences. Yeday’s clashes follow an incident earlier this month in which JEM armed elements attacked Sudanese Government forces based near the town of Kornoi, located between Umm Baru and the Chadian border.An estimated 300,000 people have been killed and another 2.7 million forced from their homes in more than five years of fighting in Darfur, pitting rebels against Government forces and allied Janjaweed militiamen.
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President Maithripala Sirisena, who is on a visit to Singapore to attend the Asia Pacific Forum of Environment Ministers and Heads of Environment Authorities, held a meeting with the President of Singapore Madam Halimah Yacob today.The President of Singapore said in a statement that Singapore and Sri Lanka enjoy warm relations with cooperation dating back almost 50 years when both countries first established diplomatic ties. “We cooperate on a wide range of areas, from trade and investment to scientific research. Our people-to-people ties are strong and there are many Sri Lankans living and working in Singapore,” she said. Yacob said that she had an exchange of views with President Sirisena on Singapore and Sri Lanka’s healthcare and education systems and reaffirmed the friendship between the two countries. (Colombo Gazette)
The Ohio State men’s basketball team took a page out of the football team’s playbook and got off to what many would consider a slow start Monday, but it didn’t matter as the Buckeyes eventually cruised to a 85-50 victory at the Schottenstein Center. Coach Thad Matta wasn’t satisfied with the team’s original effort, but said he was pleased with the improvement as the game went on. “I’m not exactly sold we got off to the start we particularly wanted,” Matta said. “I had to get on some guys in a timeout in the first half and I thought we really responded from that.” OSU struggled to find their offensive rhythm early in the game. Defensively the Buckeyes were turning the Ospreys over at a high rate, but struggled shooting the ball, especially from 3-point range. With 10:36 in the first half, OSU had forced 7 turnovers, but was just 2-of-8 from the 3-point line and the Buckeyes had a 15-12 lead. “We didn’t come out with no juice,” sophomore forward Jared Sullinger said. “No energy. No intensity. We kind of came out there expecting to win. “Obviously it showed in the first half.” The Ospreys hung around for much of the half, but OSU started to abandon the outside shot and worked the ball inside to Sullinger and sophomore forward Deshaun Thomas. The strategy worked. OSU went on a quick 10-2 run to take a 34-21 lead and the outcome was never again in doubt. “Coach always say we get good shots when we get it inside,” Thomas said. “When we throw it to (Sullinger) and me our percentages are up. It was one of our goals.” The Buckeyes took a 45-26 lead into the half with Sullinger and Thomas leading the way with 16 and 13 points respectively. But Thomas and Sullinger took a back seat to sophomore guard Lenzelle Smith Jr. early in the second half. Smith, who already got the crowd going with a high-flying dunk in the first half, stole the ball, sprinted into the open court, and dumped the ball off to a trailing senior guard William Buford at the last second, who finished with a one-handed jam. The next possession, Smith caught the ball on the left wing, pump-faked his man, drove to the baseline and dunked right over a UNF player. Both plays came in transition, an area Smith feels he excels. “I think I’m a pretty fast guy,” Smith said. “Anytime I get a steal or if I get a rebound, I feel I can usually if not create for myself, create for my teammates.” Smith finished with seven points and five rebounds and five assists. Overall the Buckeyes had three players score in double figures. Sullinger was the high-point man with 27 points and 13 rebounds. He now has over 700 points in his career. Thomas finished with 16 points and six rebounds. Buford added 13 points, five rebounds and four assists. The win came despite OSU shooting just 24 percent from behind the arc and 47 percent from the field. The Buckeye defense seemed to make up for the below-average shooting. The team forced 23 turnovers as the Ospreys shot 39 percent from the field and 24 percent from the 3-point line. UNF coach Matthew Driscoll said it’s OSU’s defense that separates them from most teams in the nation. “(The Buckeyes) really, really have a chance to make that next step to get back to the Final Four because of their defense,” Driscoll said. “They’re a much better defensive team than you guys give them credit for.” OSU’s record improved to 4-0 on the year. The Buckeyes next play the Virginia Military Institute Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center.
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RANCHITA (KUSI) — The remains of three unidentified victims was found at the site of a plane crash near Vulcan Mountain Sunday, according to Greg Rylaarsdam oft he San Diego Sheriff’s Department.Due to the hard-to-access terrain and high winds, the unidentified victims have not yet been able to be recovered from the site of the crash. Recovery efforts will take place today.It is not yet known whether or not the wreckage of this plane is the missing plane from Gillespie Field, Rylaarsdam said.The fire that was apparently sparked by the nighttime plane crash near Volcan Mountain in North County was 100 percent contained by a line of cleared vegetation Sunday, authorities said.The blaze, dubbed the Volcan Fire, held at 12 acres, according to Cal Fire San Diego. It was sparked by the plane crash, late Thursday.Firefighters were expected to be at the scene at least until midweek due to “heavy fuels and extensive mop up required,” the fire agency tweeted.Cal Fire San Diego spokesman Issac Sanchez said he’s not sure when Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board investigators will be able to inspect the wreckage of the plane that’s believed to have sparked the fire.“The fire threat has been mitigated,” he said. “But there’s still an accessibility issue.”The destroyed airplane remained unidentified today, though a twin-engine Beechcraft Duchess was reported overdue Thursday night when it failed to land at Ramona Airport as expected, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.The missing plane is registered to Scandinavian Aviation Academy, a flight school that operates out of Gillespie Field airport in El Cajon, according to FAA records.A resident of Julian reported seeing an aircraft apparently plunging to the ground northeast of town about 8:30 p.m. Thursday, sheriff’s officials said.Less than 30 minutes later, authorities got word of a small brush fire in the Ranchita area, Lt. Amber Baggs said.A sheriff’s helicopter crew was unable to find any plane wreckage in the darkness, and firefighters had to wait until morning to make their way to the remote canyon where the blaze was burning. By the time they reached the site shortly after sunrise Friday morning, the flames had spread over about 10 acres, according to Cal Fire.At about 9:30 a.m. Friday, firefighters found aircraft wreckage in the burn zone, Baggs said, but the fire prevented authorities from taking a closer look. KUSI Newsroom Posted: May 13, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Three bodies found at site of Volcan Mountain plane crash Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter May 13, 2018 Updated: 6:26 AM
WILMINGTON, MA — Town Manager Jeff Hull revealed Monday night he has budgeted for the addition of four police officers in Fiscal Year 2020.“The Police Department has experienced a growing demand for services while also being called upon to address an increasing number of mental health and social service related issues,” Hull noted in his annual budget message. “The last time positions were added to the Police Department was in Fiscal Year 2008, when two lieutenant positions were funded, bringing the total complement of officers to the current level of 48.”Hull pointed out that the Wilmington Police Department currently has eleven officers that are assigned specialized duties, including school resource officers, detectives, drug and narcotic officers, training instructors, community liaison officer, and traffic & safety officers. As a result of their specialized roles, these officers are not typically in the “pool” of officers available for sector patrols.“In light of the increased level of activity and, in many instances, the increased amount of time required for each call, the plan is to establish a new patrol sector increasing the number in Town to four sectors,” explained Hull. “During each of the three shifts that operated 24/7, one officer is assigned to patrol one specific area of Town unless called to respond to an incident outside of their sector. Establishment of an additional sector will require a total of eight additional officers.”Hull stressed that, due to the civil service process, it could take 18-24 months before the four officers are to be sworn in.The request for four additional officers (patrolmen) will cost approximately $280,100.The Town Manager and Police Chief will discuss the proposal with the Finance Committee on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 7pm at Wilmington Town Hall.Voters will ultimately have the final say over the Fiscal Year 2020 budget at the Annual Town Meeting on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 10:30am in the Wilmington High School Auditorium.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLt. Brian Pupa Named Wilmington Deputy Police ChiefIn “Police Log”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”5 QUICK QUESTIONS with Wilmington’s New Police Chief Joe Desmond (PART 2)In “5 Quick Questions”
Rail links with Rajshahi restored after 28 hours. Photo: BSSThe rail communication of Rajshahi with other parts of the country was restored after 28 hours disruption following derailment of a freight train in Dighalkandi area of Charghat upazila in the district on Wednesday, reports BSS.Khandaker Shahidul Islam, general manager of Bangladesh Railway (West Zone) said of the train’s 30 oil tanker wagons, eight went off the lines in outer Sardaha Road Station area around 6:00pm, damaging around 500 metres of the tracks.Later, a relief train from Ishwardi rushed to the spot and salvaged the train around 10:30pm on Thursday after over 25-hour struggle amidst inclement weather, said the official.The derailment caused immense suffering of thousands of people including the Hajj pilgrims, as journey of all the scheduled trains between Rajshahi and other parts of the country had been cancelled.After successful salvation of the oil tankers on the repaired track, Rajshahi-bound intercity train Padma Express from Dhaka that remained stranded at Sardaha station left the area around 11:30pm on Thursday.Shahidul Islam said the engineers primarily detected a spread of gauge (space between the lines) that caused the oil train derailment. They also had found a portion of the rail lines broken, he added.Meanwhile, the railway authority has formed a five-member probe body headed by divisional transport officer Abdullah Al Mamun to investigate into the derailment incident asking it to submit its report within next 72 hours.Abdullah Al Mamun told newsmen that the probe body has been asked to find the cause of the accident and persons responsible and submit the report within three days.
By J. K. Schmid, AFRO StaffA documentary on Baltimore’s housing crisis has entered the final stages of negotiating its distribution deal.“Owned: A Tale of Two Americas,” produced and directed by Giorgio Angelini, delves into the divergent paths Black and White home ownership took in the post-war boom.Centered in Baltimore, “Owned” sets out to explain why the promises of presidents Johnson, Nixon and Reagan were never realized in Black communities. The film uses interviews with thought leaders like New York Times writer and MacArthur Fellow Nikole Hannah-Jones and Morgan State’s own Lawrence Brown, Associate Professor of the School of Community Health & Policy; alongside case studies such as the centerless sprawl of California’s Inland Empire and the mass-produced suburb of Levittown, New York.“Levittown is the place where it all started in many ways, and Baltimore, as Lawrence [Brown] describes, is the place where racist zoning and the process of how to segregate cities was started there,” Angelini told the AFRO.“Black lives matter, but Black lives don’t matter if Black neighborhoods don’t matter,” Brown says in the film.“As soon as I started listening to Lawrence Brown and his lectures and talks, it was like ‘this guy needs to be in the movie and the city needs to be the basis of that,’ Angelini said.Featured prominently is also the story of Greg Butler, the Baltimore man who rose to infamy after slashing a fire hose during the 2015 Freddie Gray protests and riots. Trapped in Baltimore City by $1 million in restitution, Butler is now working on flipping houses in his community.Butler is forbidden to leave the city until the restitution is paid. His repayments of $100 per month are scheduled to be completed in 800 years.Angelini, a student of architecture, started his project an investigation of the relationship between capitalism and design, as told through architecture.“But as my own research and body of knowledge developed it seemed clear that it would have been a real mistake to make a movie criticizing suburbia without telling the larger story of racial inequality,” Angelini said. “Baltimore just as a city, there’s really not any place in the country like it, and I think most people’s understanding of it is from shows like “The Wire” which make it seem like it’s a really unfortunate situation, but it’s constrained to some area.”Angelini’s own investigations, tell a different story. Drone footage of vacant Baltimore homes reveal collapsed roofs and a general hollowing rot in parts of the city, something that can’t general be seen through boarded up windows and doors.“It’s the entire city,” Angelini said. “If Americans were to walk through it, they would see that it’s a national tragedy and it was done like this on purpose.”“Owned” premiered at DOC NYC November 12 and is scheduled for a streaming release through Gravitas in mid-2019.
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annual international festival began in 2005 in Bellvue Washington when less than a 100 developers in the US were creating independent games As the indie gaming scene grew so did the festival eventually moving to Los Angeles In 2013 the festival added IndieCade East a more intimate festival based in Queens NY at the Museum of the Moving Image Producer: Corey Protin Editor/Cam Op: Derek Lartaud Cam Op: Justin Damiano Write to Derek Lartaud at dereklartaud@timecomLast October a man surnamed Yu planned to get a divorce from his wife of 10 years Given Chinas burgeoning divorce rate the split wasnt unusual But on the the day the 37-year-old planned to sign his divorce papers he was taken by his wife and family to a mental hospital to undergo so-called "conversion therapy" for a "sexual preference disorder" Earlier he had admitted to his family that he is gay For 19 days Yu alleges medical staff lashed him to a bed and force-fed him drugs Nurses he says beat him Now Yu is suing the Zhumadian No 2 Peoples Hospital in Chinas central Henan province for limiting his personal liberty and inflicting emotional distress He wants 10000 yuan or roughly $1550 in compensation and a written apology from the hospital On June 13 Yus case was accepted by a local court in Zhumadian city "He suffered a lot in the mental hospital physically and mentally" Yus lawyer Huang Rui tells TIME "He told me that several men took off all his clothes and laughed we heard you are gay lets see whether you are a man or a woman" A doctor who answered the phone at the No 2 Peoples Hospital told TIME she knew nothing about the case and refused to answer further questions Yu was rescued from the hospital by his long-term boyfriend surnamed Li who had contacted LGBT groups and the local police for advice After receiving a rushed phone call from Yu on Oct 8 saying he was being forcibly admitted to a mental hospital Li canvassed dozens of local clinics trying to find Yu When Li finally located the right hospital he says a doctor told him no one could visit Yu except for his wife "His wife couldnt accept the truth [about his sexual preference]" Li tells TIME "They had two kids" Until 2001 homosexuality was officially classified as a mental illness in China Chinese clinics still offer electric-shock and hypnotherapy "cures" as a way to compel LGBT Chinese to take on heterosexual lifestyles despite such traumatic treatments having no basis in scientific fact Same-sex couples cannot legally wed in China and one gay couples effort to challenge the marriage ban was rebuffed in April by a court in the central Chinese city of Changsha Earlier this year PFLAG China a local LGBT group started a social-media campaign encouraging gay Chinese not to enter into sham heterosexual marriages to please their families Such unions still common in a country where homophobia prevails On June 13 109 Chinese LGBT groups issued a joint statement expressing solidarity with the victims of the Orlando gay nightclub massacre Chinese state media wrote articles about the groups statement of sympathy which included a reference to widespread discrimination against LGBT individuals in China including conversion therapy Yet these same LGBT organizations are often subjected to official harassment And Chinese mental hospitals have long served as dumping grounds for everyone from gay youth to political dissidents even if such forced stays are against the law "The personal freedom of Chinese citizens is protected by law and cannot be infringed upon by hospitals or ones family members" says Yus lawyer Huang who notes that several defendants have in recent years won cases connected to their illegal detentions in mental hospitals Yus case is not the first filed against a Chinese hospital for purporting that controversial treatments will somehow "cure" homosexuality In 2014 a Chinese man sued a clinic that offered conversion therapy for false advertising But that defendant who was eventually awarded around $550 in compensation by a Beijing court had voluntarily submitted to the clinics recommendations which included an expensive round of electric shocks Yu by contrast says he was kidnapped and treated against his will He and his boyfriend have since fled to elsewhere in China for fear that Yu might get thrown again in a mental hospital if they stay in Zhumadian Despite being far from home he suffers nightmares And Yu and his wife are still officially married He never got to sign those divorce papers With reporting by Yang Siqi/Beijing Contact us at editors@timecom" she explained. 21.
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Apart from this the convoy moved in the various congested parts of the city thus causing further traffic congestion Moreover there was no formal intimation to the traffic department as well about the heavy movement of traffic as indicated by ACP traffic Harjeet Singh “We had no idea about the heavy traffic movement on Saturday however it was a moving traffic and we did not let commuters suffer much” Newsline when asked District electoral officer cum DC- Rajat Aggarwal he said “For rallies political parties do come to us for permissions but for road shows they just need to intimate the traffic police so that they can make alternative routes” The statements of traffic department as well as DC thus indicate that the political party had not inform the authorities in advance about the road show As Bittu paid homage to Martyrs Bhagat Singh Sukhdev and Rajguru at Jagrain bridge he moved towards Chaura Bazar and Ludhiana East areas where he was welcomed at various places City traffic was thus chocked from noon till late evening on Saturday as the road show continued till 6 pm before Bittu reached his party office in Sarabha Nagar For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsA header by Markus Rosenberg and an own goal from Dedryck Boyata condemned Scottish champions Celtic to a second successive season without the riches to be accrued from the Champions League group stage as Malmo beat them 2-0 on the night and 4-3 on aggregate in their play-off on Tuesday They were not the only high profile casualties as last season’s quarter-finalists Monaco exited despite coming from behind to beat Valencia 2-1 at home — they have lost just once in their last 12 European club games at Stade Louis II — but lost 4-3 on aggregate Another side who reached the knockout stages last season also failed to get over the play-off hurdle this time round as Basel who progressed at the expense of Liverpool in last season’s competition exited after a 1-1 draw in Israel against Maccabi Tel-Avi saw the hosts progress on the away goals rule the tie finishing 3-3 on aggregate Valencia beat Monaco to enter the UCL AFP Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk did make it through — they have appeared in the group stage on every occasions since the 2009/10 campaign — but were made to work hard for it drawing 2-2 at home to Rapid Vienna to qualify 3-2 on aggregate The cost to Celtic may be felt immediately as it could prompt talented defender Virgil van Dijk to jump at the chance of a prestigious move to English Premier League side Southampton Celtic manager Ronny Deila though is loathe to part with him "We don’t have to sell Virgil van Dijk but you never know in football" said the Norwegian "The hype about the Champions League is a big thing Everybody wants it so badly "You have to deal with it but we looked very stressed We didn’t look like we wanted to go out and play football We have a lot of young players coming through but this was a hard lesson for us" Valencia had all but wrapped up business after four minutes Alvaro Negredo chipping Subasic brilliantly with the ball going into the far corner The hosts needing three goals to even take it to extra-time replied almost immediately Italian defender Andrea Raggi firing the ball past Australian goalkeeper Mathew Ryan from the edge of the area Monaco gave themselves a glimmer of hope with 15 minutes remaining as Nigerian defender Elderson knocked the ball into the net after Ryan had saved from Thomas Lemar "It hurts but Monaco put up a great performance tonight" said Raggi "It was the game in Valencia that did for us but our target now is to compete strongly for the league title" added the 31-year-old Marlos impresses Shakhtar Donetsk too looked to have all but sealed their place in the group stage when impressive Brazilian Marlos curled a beauty of a shot past the Rapid Vienna goalkeeper in the 10th minute However the visitors drew level three minutes later 20-year-old Louis Schaub refusing to be denied as he rifled home his second attempt for his third goal of the competition Their joy knew no bounds just five minutes later as 34-year-old skipper Steffen Hofmann curled a superb freekick past the flailing arm of goalkeeper Ukrainian international Andriy Pyatov for the two-time Austrian league player of the year’s 22nd goal in 64 European matches A thrilling match — in contrast to the dour opening leg which saw eight players booked — took another twist when a day after his 28th birthday Olexander Gladkiy nipped in to score for the hosts and put the match on the night all square at 2-2 and with the hosts noses just in front The second-half was less of a ripper and the visitors frustrations ended with Mario Sonnleitner being red-carded four minutes from time for a second bookable offence — he hurled the captains armband that he had assumed after Hofmann went off to the ground in fury Even so there was still time for Pyatov to pull off a remarkable point blank block to Philipp Prosenik’s close range shot with the game five minutes into time-added on and ensured the Austrian side’s absence from the group stage was extended to 10 years AFP Written by Express News Service | Published: March 2 2013 3:54 am Related News Demand strict action against controller of examination of the UoP for incorrect revaluation of their May 2012 examination papers Over 50 engineering college students from across the city began an indefinite hunger strike in front of the varsity main gate from Fridaydemanding strict action against the controller of examination of the University of Pune (UoP) for incorrect revaluation of their May 2012 examination papers The students claimed that the controller of examination of UoP Sampada Joshibesides other examinershave not checked the examination papers correctly and that strict action must be taken against all of them In November last yearover 100 students had complained that their revaluation results for the exam held in May 2012 were wrong They also stood the chance of losing a year if their marks didnt increase Keeping in mind the various complaints received pertaining to revaluation of engineering papersa committee was formed under former vice chancellor Arun Adsool which then declared its verdict on January 28 We have not yet received our results for revaluation and photocopies of the examination held in May 2012 The fact-finding committee report had cleared the papers of 28 students Despite that no thorough investigation was conducted? 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