Uttar Pradesh to link ownership of urban properties to Aadhaar


Uttar Pradesh to link ownership of urban properties to Aadhaar

Lucknow: All urban properties in Uttar Pradesh will now be linked to the Aadhaar cards of the owners. The Yogi Adityanath government is preparing to implement the Urban Properties Ownership Record (UPOR) Scheme, on the pattern of Karnataka.

"This scheme will help in identifying 'benami' properties, multiple properties and will also increase tax collection in Municipal Corporations," said a senior official.

At present, most Municipal Corporations do not have data of property ownership within their Municipal limits, which often leads to legal disputes.

The scheme is reportedly being implemented on the initiative of K. V. Raju, financial advisor to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. "The scheme, in the initial phases, will be implemented in Lucknow, Kanpur, Agra, Ghaziabad, Varanasi, Meerut and Prayagraj, the official said.

The state government will seek technical help from Survey of India and a high powered committee will be set up under the chairmanship of a retired IAS officer.

The committee will include representatives from various departments including Planning, Urban and Rural Development, development authorities and Municipal bodies.

 
 
 



West Bengal: Three family, including 8-year-old boy, found murdered in Murshidabad


West Bengal: Three family, including 8-year-old boy, found murdered in Murshidabad

Murshidabad: In a gruesome incident, three people, including a child, were murdered by unknown miscreants in their house on Thursday in Jiyaganj area of Murshidabad.

The deceased have been identified as Bandhu Prakash Pal (35), his wife Beauty Mondal Pal (30) and son Angan Bandhu Pal (6).

Bandhu Prakash Pal was a school teacher who worked in Gosaigram Sahapara Primary school and his wife was pregnant. All the three were brutally murdered by a sharp weapon, police said.

"Prakash was a teacher in Gosaigram Sahapara Primary school. He was working for the last 20 years. He is originally from the Sahapur area and had shifted in Murshidabad for his son's education.

We do not know if they had any problem with anyone," said Sujoy Ghosh, brother of the deceased teacher. The brutality of the murder has shocked everyone in the vicinity.

The incident came to light after the neighbours found the bodies inside their house and informed the police. The investigation into the matter is underway.

 
 
 



Delhi: Five-month-old boy dies after iron nail pierces in his forehead during fight between parents


Delhi: Five-month-old boy dies after iron nail pierces in his forehead during fight between parents

In a shocking incident, on Wednesday a five-month-old boy died two days after an iron nail pierced in his forehead. The nail pierced in the boy's forehead when his father was allegedly beating his mother with a stick that had a protruding nail in east Delhi’s Kondli.

According to Hindustan Times, the police are now on lookout for the child's father, who is absconding since his death. The man earlier worked as an operation theatre (OT) technician in a private hospital in Ghaziabad. He was unemployed for the past few months. The child’s mother works as a nurse in a private clinic.

The incident took place when, the toddler was in his mother’s lap when his father allegedly started assaulting her with the stick following a quarrel over some issue on Sunday. During the assault, the stick hit the child’s forehead. That is when an iron nail attached to the stick pierced his forehead and he started bleeding, the police told the Hindustan Times.

Later, the child was rushed to a nearby clinic where a doctor gave the child first aid and discharged him. The child was recovering and was fine until Tuesday morning when he started throwing up. " His parents against rushed him to the clinic where the doctors found the child’s condition critical and referred him to a private hospital in Patparganj," a policer officer told the leading daily.

The child was rushed to hospital, where he was declared dead. After which the hospital authorities informed police about the toddler’s death. Later the body of the toddler was sent to Lal Bahadur Shastri hospital where autopsy was conducted. The autopsy report revealed that the child died due to internal bleeding in his head. A case of culpable homicide not amounting to murder has been registered under section 304 of Indian Penal Code at the Ghazipur police station.

 
 
 



Cannot cut Aarey trees till October 21: SC tells Maharashtra government


Cannot cut Aarey trees till October 21: SC tells Maharashtra government



'Gandhi Vichaar Padyatra': Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel unveils presents for Kandel


'Gandhi Vichaar Padyatra': Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel unveils presents for Kandel

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel addressed a massive public gathering during 'Gandhi Vichaar Padyatra' held on the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi in Kandel on Saturday.

He announced that a college would be opened in Kandel in the name of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi, Madamsilli dam would be named after late Shri Babu Chhotelal Shrivastav and water would be released from dams for crops in summer.

He also announced the construction of a bridge in Kandel and the naming of Government Higher Secondary School Gopalpuri after freedom fighter Shri Hazari Lal Jain.

The Chief Minister in his address to the general assembly said that to protest the irrigation tax imposition by British rulers in Kandel, freedom fighter late Shri Babu Chhotelal Shrivastava had launched Kandel Nahar Satyagrah.

Mahatma Gandhi had decided to reach Kandel and join the protest but soon after receiving this information, British rulers had withdrawn the irrigation tax imposed. To make these memories of Kandel Nahar Satyagrah unforgettable, 'Gandhi Vichaar Padyatra' has been organized.

Chief Minister commemorated the personality and contribution of Mahatma Gandhi in social reformation, his fight for farmers, labourers and poor. He dedicated his life for women education, women empowerment and self-dependence.

Baghel said that it was the result of Mahatma Gandhi's teachings and efforts that people got their rights. Chhattisgarh Government is also following the path shown by Mahatma Gandhi.

State Government waived off farmer loans, and provided maximum support price for paddy in the country to farmers of the state i.e. Rs 2500 per quintal.

Wages for tendupatta collection increased to Rs 4000 per standard sack. He praised people of Kandel for building cowshed with public participation.

Thereafter, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated 'Gandhi Vichaar Padyatra' from Kandel. This procession will conclude on October 10 at Gandhi Maidan of Raipur.

In this 'Padyatra' led by Chief Minister, cabinet ministers, MPs, MLAs and a large number of people are participating. Villagers accorded warm welcome to the procession by showering flower petals on the participants.

On the occasion, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel also unveiled the statues of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi and hero of Nahar Styagrah Babu Chhotelal Shrivastav.

At the onset, Chief Minister inaugurated the cowshed built with community support in Kandel and later walked all the way to Nahar Satyagrah Udyan. Chief Minister said on the occasion that 'padyatras' played major role in Mahatma Gandhi's 'Satyagrah'.

Bapu used to create awareness among the masses through his 'padyatras'. State Government is committed to follow the footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi.

 
 
 



Saddam extorted money from people by showing them his shooting videos


Saddam extorted money from people by showing them his shooting videos

New Delhi: Notorious interstate criminal Saddam alias Ghauri, who was arrested from Meerut in a joint operation by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police and Uttar Pradesh police on Thursday, has made some startling revelations about his activities.

"Saddam is a sharpshooter, who runs an extortion racket in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan and presumably makes crores from it every month.

He is also a merciless killer with 14 criminal cases registered against him, including a case under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA)," a Special Cell source told IANS.

"To scare his victims into paying him the money that demanded, he would show them chilling videos of his shootings. He recently extorted around Rs 90 lakh from an illegal betting racket in West Delhi," said the source. Some of his victims have approached police after the arrest.

Saddam was arrested on Thursday after he was hit by bullets in both his legs. His two henchmen Dileep and Usman were also received bullet injuries in their legs.

"The gang was planning a big strike in and around Delhi soon. So his arrest is a big breakthrough for us," said Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner of Delhi Police (DCP).

"A point 32 bore automatic pistol, two 315 bore pistols, seven live cartridges and a car were recovered from the gangsters," the DCP said.

Assistant Police Commissioner Attar Singh, who led the Delhi Police team on Thursday, was also part of the team that arrested Saddam in 2014. He was then an Inspector.

 
 
 



ISRO releases pictures of moon surface


ISRO releases pictures of moon surface

Chennai: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has released the pictures of the moon surface clicked by the Orbiter High Resolution Camera (OHRC) mounted on the Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter.

According to the ISRO, the pictures taken by the Orbiter from a height of 100 km from the moon surface are part of the Boguslawsky E Crater -- measuring about 14 km in diameter and 3 km depth -- and surroundings which lie in the Southern Polar region of the moon.

The ISRO said the image also shows boulders and small craters on the moon.

According to ISRO, the OHRC has a spatial resolution of 25 cm from a height of 100 km and a swath of 3 km and is key for lunar topographic studies of select regions.

 
 
 



In-law party claims to marry daughter-in-law Salman Khan, photo presented in evidence! Read the whole truth


In-law party claims to marry daughter-in-law Salman Khan, photo presented in evidence! Read the whole truth

The Kutumb Court has given a ruling in favor of the queen, reprimanding the in-laws in the case. The in-laws have now appealed in the High Court against the order of the Kutumb court.

Bilaspur. A unique case has come up in the Chhattisgarh High Court. Here the daughter-in-law does not get the job of the deceased son, so the in-laws presented fake photo of the daughter-in-law's wedding (Fake Photo) as evidence in the court. In the picture, the woman is shown to be married to film star Salman Khan. By presenting the photo, the in-laws have claimed that their daughter-in-law is already married (Married). Because of this, he should not be given the job and facilities of the deceased son.

This picture has also been presented in Kutumb Court and High Court. The family court ruled in favor of the daughter-in-law. The well-off have appealed against this decision in the High Court. Now the next hearing of this case will be after 4 weeks.

This is the whole matter
Actually, this whole matter is related to Basantlal living in Baikunthpur in Korea district. Basantlal was married to a woman named Rani. According to Rani's lawyer (Advocate) Ashok Shukla, Basantlal, who works at SECL Colliery, committed suicide by hanging himself in the year 2013. After this, the family members of Basantlal did not consider the queen as their daughter-in-law and drove her out of the house. It is being told that Rani's in-laws did not want her to get the benefits of Compassionate Appointment and after death. This matter reached the Family Court of Baikunthpur.

In-laws presented fake photos
In the Kutumb court of Baikunthpur, Rani's in-laws refused to accept her as his daughter-in-law. Also said that she is married to film actor Salman Khan. For this, he also presented a photo of Rani and Salman Khan in the court as proof.

The court has ruled in favor of Rani, reprimanding her in-laws in the case. The in-laws have now appealed in the High Court against the order of the Kutumb court. In the preliminary hearing of this case, a single bench of Justice Gautam Bhaduri of the High Court has issued a notice to Rani. The next hearing of this case will be after 4 weeks.

By NEWS18 




Mamata Banerjee greets Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasinaon birthday, hopes for strong Indo-Bangla ties


Mamata Banerjee greets Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasinaon birthday, hopes for strong Indo-Bangla ties

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday extended her birthday greetings to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

In her message, Banerjee hoped that the relationship between the two countries gets strengthened with every passing year.

"Heartiest birthday greetings to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina. Let ties between #India and #Bangladesh strengthen with every passing year," Banerjee tweeted.

Hasina, who turned 72 on Saturday, was born to Bangladesh's founding father Sheikh Mujibur Rehman and his wife Sheikh Fazilatunnesa on this day in 1947.

The eldest sibling among Sheikh Mujibur Rehman's five children, Hasina married nuclear scientist MA Wazed Miah in 1968. Hasina, the Awami League supremo since 1981, is the longest-serving prime minister of Bangladesh, having held the office since January 2009.

She is currently on an eight-day official tour to the United States to attend the ongoing 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.




With additions like INS Khanderi, we're capable of giving Pakistan much bigger blow: Rajnath Singh


With additions like INS Khanderi, we're capable of giving Pakistan much bigger blow: Rajnath Singh

Mumbai: Pakistan should be wary of the recent additions to our naval capacity as with them we could deliver them a bigger blow, said Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh at the commissioning ceremony of the second Kalvari-class submarine INS 'Khanderi' on Saturday.

"Pakistan should understand that today with the strong resolve of our government and advancement in naval capacity with additions like INS Khanderi, we are capable of giving a much bigger blow to it," Singh said at an event here.

Lauding the name given to the Kalvari-class submarine, Rajnath said, "The name Khanderi is inspired by the dreaded 'Sword Tooth Fish,' a deadly fish known to hunt whilst swimming close to the bottom of the ocean.

Khanderi is also the name of an island fort constructed by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. He was one of the few medieval rulers in the country who understood the significance of Naval supremacy."

Singh also praised India's collaboration with France in building the INS Khanderi, which is the second of the Navy's six Kalvari-class submarines being built in India.

It is a diesel-electric attack submarine which is designed by French naval defense and energy company DCNS which is being manufactured at Mazagon Dock in Mumbai.

"Our special partnership with French naval will touch new heights. The construction of the submarine is benefiting industries indirectly, through the Make in India program. Our government is alert to the needs of our defense forces and we are committed to fulfilling it," he said.

The Defense Minister in his speech also said that he would stay on board the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya for today. He also hailed the work done by the Indian Navy in ridding the sea routes of piracy and added about the upcoming additions to its capabilities.

"Our Navy has done great work in the eradication of Piracy in waters. When sea routes are secured, the impact can be seen on the trade of that region. The Nilgiri ship is also going to be launched and world-class aircraft carrier dock will also be inaugurated soon," Singh said.




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