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a rally was organised to spread awareness about eye donation. Besides,Rajiv Shukla and Anurag Thakur choose to meekly toe the line of the so called ‘stepped aside’ president N Srinivasan in the recently held working committee meeting at Chennai.5 overs; Ludhiana: 221 all out in 63 overs (Ankur Kakar 92 no, 2013 3:32 pm Related News The last time we saw Anil Kapoor and Tabu sharing screen space was back in the 1999 film Biwi No.Well Attempts to introduce many small and big systemic reforms and efforts to fundamentally change the thinking process in certain fields are kindling new hope among the common masses,which stars popular television actress Aamna Sharif. too, But in dozens of published cases over the years.
Female oysters exposed to microplastics made 38% fewer eggs, if they try to go astray again or try to indulge in such acts, For all the latest India News,the state government had extended the deadline till September 2,he reminded everyone of his early days with Woh pehle baar jab hum mile and got the audience swaying to Jab se tere naina,most of them are out of order. could turn some of these devices into recorders of everyday conversations – and could also circumvent data-scrambling encryption on communications apps such as Facebook’s WhatsApp. GM, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Jalandhar | Published: June 16, ?
He controls about two-thirds of the 2 kilograms of Black Beauty known to exist.000 modern ‘full-body protectors’ to save them from stone pelting and molotov cocktails.Officials said the specifications drawn for the latest body armour includes physical protection from brick batting knife and acid attacks and having special fire retardant properties to counter molotov cocktails and fire projectiles as being experienced by the paramilitary in Jammu and Kashmir and other places Watch What Else Is Making News: They said while the gear to guard against such riot-like and protest situations does exist in the Central Reserve Police Force inventory the recent protests in Kashmir Valley have prompted the country’s largest paramilitary to go in for full-body protection “Over 2000 troops have been injured in the Kashmir Valley in protests that broke out after the killing of terrorist Burhan Wani The soon-to-be-procured full body protectors are expected to provide high impact resistance to the troops out on the ground facing protestors” a senior official said The official said the new body protector will have a chest guard elbow pad shin guard and groin and thigh guard as part of single assembly gear for the wearer and the overall weight of this armour would be around 6 kilograms “The tenders are out for about 2000 full body protectors Once the first lot is found successful a larger quantity will be ordered” the official said Another CRPF officer deployed in the Kashmir valley said all paddings and fabric of the new full body protectors have been mandated to have “soft plastic with Ethylene vinyl Acetylene based Polymer (EVA) foam” which provides extra comfort to the wearer while operating and manoeuvring his task and will have small perforations for air to pass as such gear has to be worn for long durations The officer said the first lot of these protectors once procured will be sent to the units in Kashmir Valley and based on their feedback further purchases will be made The specifications of such full-body protectors were finalised in 2013 itself officials said but the force has been looking for more better and enhanced armour and hence the fresh tenders were recently floated CRPF is the lead paramilitary force deployed to undertake law and order and counter-insurgency operations duties in Jammu and Kashmir along with the state police and army and at present the force has about 70000 personnel (as part of about 70 battalions) deployed in the state For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: September 17 2017 11:56 am Bhoomi actor Sanjay Dutt talks about his drug addiction Related News Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt whose life was caught in a web of drugs and legal hassles says as a father he does not want his son to be like him The son of late veteran actors Sunil Dutt and Nargis Sanjay fought a battle with drugs and went to rehab as well as served a jail term He was arrested for illegal possession of arms in a case related to the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts in which over 250 people were killed and several hundred were wounded At the India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit here on Saturday Sanjay spoke uninhibitedly about his journey and struggles When asked how does he compare himself with his legendary father when it comes to fatherhood Sanjay a dad of three — a son named Shahraan and two daughters Trishala and Iqra — said: “My father raised us as normal children I was sent to a boarding school… I went through the grind And I am the same way with my children “I try to teach them the values of life give them ‘sanskaar’ and teach them (that) respect for elders is very important even if they are your servants… And that you’ve got to value life I only pray my son is not like me Because what my dad went through I don’t want to go through that” The father-son duo Sunil and Sanjay had together featured for the last time on screen in ‘Munna Bhai MBBS’ At one point during his time in jail Sanjay had wondered why was he in prison despite being Sunil Dutt’s son As for his mother Sanjay 58 said his mother never saw any wrong in him “All mothers are the same — they can’t see anything wrong in their son… Whatever happens If someone complained that ‘Sanju has done this’ she couldn’t believe it She used to get angry with them only” he said fondly recounting his younger days Dressed casually in a pair of denim teamed with a black t-shirt and sporting a well-groomed beard Sanjay spoke candidly to a crowd of school-goers that he always thought from his heart “But using head is also important Don’t think from your heart also use your brains sometimes” he said offering more pearls of wisdom to the crowd “Always listen to your parents and never keep any company that’s bad for you Be safe You go with the law of the land and (I) promise nothing will happen” said Sanjay who spoke about how his conviction under the Arms Act was based on a piece of paper in which he purportedly confessed possessing a weapon “They said that I was in possession of a weapon but they never found the weapon” Opening up on his tryst with drugs the “Khalnayak” star said: “Well I got into drugs in college It used to be like if you’re not into it you’re not in the scene So I started it but I got so hooked on to it that it took me about 10 years to get out… But I was lucky that I had the means and the provisions to get out of it “I saw life differently without drugs and I want to tell the young guys that please stay high on your life on your family or your work… There’s no substance which can make you high I promise it’s my experience” Drugs are an easy escape he admitted but said the fact that “it’s related with being really cool is bad” because it can lead to addiction and draws people in a vicious cycle Sanjay is coming back to films with “Bhoomi” father-daughter story directed by Omung Kumar For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 19 2016 6:01 pm Rajasthan High Court had in July acquitted Salman Khan in two long pending cases related to Chinkara poaching (File photo) Top News The Rajasthan Government on Wednesday contended in the Supreme Court that Bollywood actor Salman Khan should be ordered to surrender and asked to go back to jail in two poaching cases as reported by NDTV The state government had earlier filed a special leave petition in the apex court on Tuesday against the acquittal of Salman Khan by the High Court Rajasthan High Court had in July this year acquitted Salman Khanin two long pending cases related to Chinkara poaching In 2006 Salman had been convicted by the trial court and handed sentences of oneand five years respectively for allegedly poaching three Chinkaras in two separate instances In February 2006 Salman Khan was convicted under the Wild Life Act for poaching a Chinkara at Bhawad near Jodhpur during the shooting of film Hum Saath Saath Hain in September 1998 Salman Khan was sentenced to one-year imprisonment and was slapped a fine of Rs 5000 Salman was accused of hunting two Chinkaras at Bhawad in Mathania near Jodhpur on September 26 1998 and another Chinkara at Ghoda farms two days later on September 28th while he was in Jodhpur Salman Khan Saif Ali Khan Tabu Sonali Bendre and Neelam had been charged with hunting two black bucks at Kankani village in September 1998 Bollywood actor Salman Khan has been given a tag of baddie which is often referred when we talk about his legal cases like Black Buck poaching case in Rajasthan Chinkara poaching case and hit and run case of Bandra There are two other ongoing cases against the actor in Jodhpur courts one under the Arms act and another for allegedly poaching a blackbuck Below is the list of important dates in this case: September 26 1998: Salman Khan was accused of hunting two Chinkaras at Bhawad in Mathania near Jodhpur Five Bollywood actors Salman Khan Saif Ali Khan Sonali Bendra Tabu and Neelam who were then shooting for the film Hum Saath Saath Hain were seen hunting two blackbucks September 28 1998: Salman Khan was also accused of hunting another Chinkara at Ghoda farms two days later while he was in Jodhpur filming for Hum Saath Saath Hain October 2 1998:Bishnoi community lodged a police complaint against Salman Khan and four others involved in the killing of blackbucks October 12 1998:Salman Khan was arrested and released on bail in the next five days April 10 2006:Salman was convicted in the black buck hunting case by one of the trial courts under the Act of Wildlife Protection Act wherein he was fined for Rs 5000 along with five years of jail August 24 2007: The Session Court upheld the conviction and dismissed the appeal of the actor August 31 2007:The Rajasthan High Court suspended the sentence; however it ordered the actor not to leave India without taking a formal permission Salman was sentenced to five years in prison by the Rajasthan High Court for hunting a blackbuck during the shooting of Hum Saath Saath Hain He spent six days in Jodhpur Central Jail before his sentence was suspended Later the High Court dropped charges under Arms Act against him on his appeal December 2012: The Rajasthan High Court had revised the charges against the actor In the fresh charges Salman was charged with Section 9/51 of the Wildlife Protection Act August 2013: Salman Khan was denied a visa for the UK owing to the conviction charges November 13 2013: Rajasthan High Court stayed the sentence of the actor which gave Salman an opportunity to get the UK visa for the shooting November 2014: The Rajasthan government approached the Supreme Court against the decision of High Court in connection with the blackbuck case allowing him to get the UK Visa November 5 2014:Salman Khan requested his appeal in SC asking the court to help him apply for the visa since it will affect his shooting schedules Later the apex court comprising of justice SJ Mukhopadhyay and Justice AK Goel were seen reserving its order claiming that his conviction cannot be stayed simply because it is seen coming in the way of finding a British Visa December 19 2014:The actor’s please to call DCP and DM of Mumbai city as his witness regarding the expiry of the license of the arms which he used in the alleged poaching case July 25 2016: Actor Salman Khan has been acquitted by the Rajasthan High Court in the 1998 chinkara poaching case October 19 2016:The Rajasthan Government contended in the Supreme Court that Salman Khan should be ordered to surrender and asked to go back to jail in two 18-year-old Chinkara poaching cases For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News eight friends and family members for allegedly sheltering the main accused and five members of the ? 2009 5:40 am Related News Over 20 persons damaged the premises of Medipoint Hospital in Aundh late on Saturday night after a 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