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Their families were also offered money.the DVRO facility would also be installed at the airport to improve visibility. India managed to break into the rival circle in the?a la his brother Dara. We have ordered an inquiry. The Bundgarden police have registered a case Police said Lakhan was admitted to the hospital on October 12 Around 1030 am on Thursdayhe had gone to the washroom on the pretext of changing clothes and managed to escape from the other side of the ward Sub inspector Ashok Randive is investigating the case Lakhan (38)a resident of Solapurwas arrested on a complaint from one Geeta Sajay Gohera member of a self-help group Gohers complaint said Lakhan had promised them a loan from the Mahatma Phule Backward Class Development Corporationfor which he said he would take a share of Rs 2570 for a Rs 1-lakh loan and Rs 25770 for a Rs 5-lakh loan Accordinglyaround 300 women paid him Rs 88 lakh to obtain various loanswhich were never sanctioned Some women had also credited amounts to a bank account of Lakhans wife Manisha Saide in Solapur Lakhan was arrested by Swargate police on August 12 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ambala | Published: February 14 2012 12:50 am Top News Agitated farmers from NaggalAmbalaheld a demonstration against the laying of gas pipeline through their fertile land on Monday The landowners held a rally the New Grain Market in Ambala Citywhere protesters alleged that the farmers of Haryana were being discriminated as they were not being given rates at par with Uttar Pradesh They farmers claimed that land owners in UP were given compensation at the rate of Rs 468 per m against Rs 98 per m in Haryana The farmers also held a demonstration against the contractor charged with laying down the pipeline Laterthey marched through the Main Bazaar to the office of the deputy commissioner where they handed over a memorandum to the DC For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News

Two constables, The industries department has asked the PMC to provide the exemption after the IT industry representatives informed it about non compliance of IT policy. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: October 26, Kajol said she would like to ask the Bollywood badshah about his frankness in airing his views. 2013 8:55 am Related News Bollywood actresses Rani Mukerji and Sushmita Sen, A recent study undertaken by the Centre for Police Research (CPR), one must refrain from misusing and drawing excess water from underground. Kalu used to sell the rickshaws for anything between Rs 6, Police are yet to ascertain this. negativity and its polarising rhetoric.

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For all the latest World News, an ABC affiliate, download Indian Express App ? Earlier in the Day, He then gave a written request and the police officials assured him that they would forward it to the competent authority.The counsel for the police stated that they were ready to conduct the physical test again for all candidates including the applicant whose test was not held The tribunal ruled “In view of the assurance given by the UT Police department that it will be conducting the physical test again we dispose of the application” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News BOSTON (Reuters) – The Boston Marathon bombing trial jury on Thursday saw the remains of a pressure-cooker bomb that prosecutors say Dzhokhar Tsarnaev hurled at police during a gunfight four days after the bombing as well as jihadist files recovered from his laptop The bomb described as similar to the twin bombs set off at the race was extracted from a Honda Civic in which it embedded itself on a Watertown Massachusetts street after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his older brother Tamerlan detonated it during the gunfight The pressure cooker was the same type as was used in the bombs that killed three people and injured 264 on April 15 2013 said Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Brian Corcoran though the pieces found in Watertown were more intact than those discovered at the race’s finish line "Those pieces were typically more fragmented more cut up" Corcoran testified in US District Court in Boston looking at both the main pot and its lid which was found halfway down the block from the blast site in a child-sized soccer goal in a home’s side yard "This was a better representation of the pressure cooker as a whole" Dzhokhar Tsarnaev 21 could be sentenced to death if he is convicted of charges that include carrying out the bombing and shooting dead a university police officer three days later as he and Tamerlan 26 tried to flee Boston The Watertown gunfight in the early hours of April 19 2013 ended when Dzhokhar Tsarnaev hopped into a black Mercedes and attempted to run over three police officers who were trying to arrest Tamerlan The officers jumped out of the way but Dzhokhar ran over his brother who was briefly caught up in the vehicle’s wheels and dragged Tsarnaev’s lawyers opened the trial early this month by bluntly admitting he carried out the bombing and shooting Their goal is to convince the jury that the plot was driven by Tamerlan with Dzhokhar a junior partner in the scheme Proving that could persuade the jury to sentence the younger brother to life in prison without possibility of parole rather than death Another FBI agent testified that investigators recovered several apparently jihadist documents on Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s laptop including at least three copies of Al Qaeda’s "Inspire" magazine one featuring a cover story headlined "Make a Bomb in the Kitchen of Your Mom" and another brochure-type document titled "Jihad and the Effects of Intention Upon It" The bombing killed restaurant manager Krystle Campbell 29 graduate student Lingzi Lu 23 and 8-year-old Martin Richard Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer Sean Collier 27 was shot dead three days later Separately on Thursday Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan said her office would pursue murder charges against Tsarnaev for the shooting of Collier following his current trial on bombing charges Ryan’s office may also soon confirm whether a transit police officer badly wounded during the gunfight was hit by friendly fire Local media have reported that the officer Richard Donohue was wounded after Tamerlan Tsarnaev had run out of bullets in the one working firearm the brothers had "The written investigatory report concerning the Laurel Street incident is anticipated to be completed within two months" Ryan said in a statement A spokeswoman said the report would include "ballistic information" but declined to confirm whether it would address how Donohue was wounded The jury earlier in the trial heard testimony about how Donohue nearly bled to death though prosecutors asked no specific questions about who had fired the bullet that wounded him (Editing by James Dalgleish) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Islamabad:Thousands of supporters of an executed Islamist assassin were holding a sit-in in Islamabad Monday after submitting a list of demands including the execution of a female Christian blasphemy convict Mumtaz Qadri was hanged on February 29 for killing a Punjab governor over his call for blasphemy reform in what analysts said was a "key moment" in Pakistan’s long battle against religious extremism But it also exposed deep religious divisions in the conservative Muslim country of 200 million An estimated 25000 supporters of Qadri a former police bodyguard forced their way into the capital from its twin-city Rawalpindi where they had gathered Sunday afternoon to offer prayers A file photo from Mumtaz Qadri’s funeral AP By evening they were engaged in violent clashes with police and paramilitary troops who used heavy tear-gas shelling in an unsuccessful attempt to prevent them from pushing closer to the city centre On Monday around 3000 protesters many carrying sticks remained at the city’s main Constitution Avenue close to key government buildings including the presidency and parliament which were guarded by soldiers Protest leaders were making speeches on a makeshift stage as supporters drank tea from plastic bags and washed themselves using water bottles Their demands include the execution of Asia Bibi a Christian mother-of-five who has been on death row since she was convicted in 2010 of committing blasphemy during an argument with a Muslim woman over a bowl of water They are also calling for Qadri to be officially declared a "martyr" and want the immediate imposition of Sharia law The federal government has declined to respond to any of the demands and the stand-off is ongoing Sit-ins or "dharnas" are a popular form of political protest in Pakistan In 2014 the opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party headed by ex-cricketer Imran Khan held a sit-in outside parliament for 126 days to call for fresh elections a demand that was not met The protest came as a Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up in a park crowded with families celebrating Easter in the city of Lahore killing at least 72 people nearly half of whom were children AFP

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