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SC to hear review petition of fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya in money transfer case on August 20


The Supreme Court on Thursday said it will hear the petition filed by fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya on August 20. Mallya in his petition has sought review of its 2017 order holding him guilty of contempt of court for transferring USD 40 million to his children.

The matter came up for hearing through video-conferencing before a bench comprising Justices UU Lalit and Ashok Bhushan, which adjourned it as one of the documents was not available on the record.

Earlier in June, the apex court had directed its registry to explain why the petition had not been listed before the concerned court for the last three years.

It had directed the registry to furnish all the details including names of officials who had dealt with the file concerning the review petition in the last three years.

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PM Modi speaks to Maharashtra CM Thackeray, assures of all possible help


PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday spoke to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray regarding the situation prevailing in Mumbai and surrounding areas due to the heavy rainfall. PM Modi assured CM Thackeray of all possible support.

At least 2 people died while several are missing as heavy rains pounded Mumbai and nearby areas on Tuesday.

Severe waterlogging was being witnessed in various parts of Mumbai following incessant rainfall since late Monday. Waterlogging was reported from the regular chronic spots of Sion, Kings Circle, Wadala, Dadar, Kurla, Mulund, Borivali, besides subways at Andheri, Kandivali and Dahisar.

A red alert was issued on Tuesday for two days for Mumbai and Thane amid heavy rains.

Mumbai had been semi-paralysed as the road traffic and suburban trains were affected due to waterlogged tracks.

Services on sections of the suburban sector were halted or crawling on the Western Railway, Central Railway at various locations while the Harbour Line was paralysed from Kurla to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus.

BEST bus services were diverted on at least eight routes in various parts of Mumbai and suburbs while landslides have also been reported from parts of Mumbai due to the heavy rainfall.

According to the BMC, more than 230 mm of rainfall was recorded in Mumbai city on Tuesday.

“230 mm rainfall occurred within 10 hrs. It’s a flood-like situation. Mithi river had swelled up in the morning because of heavy rains, crossing the danger mark. As of now, it is flowing below the danger level. The evacuation of people has also been stopped right now,” BMC Commissioner told ANI.

 




8 dead in fire at Ahmedabad COVID-19 hospital; PM Modi expresses grief, announces Rs 2 Lakh ex gratia


AHMADABAD  Eight patients in the ICU ward of a private COVID-19 designated hospital in Gujarat’s Ahmedabad died after a massive fire broke out in the wee hours on Thursday.

The victims include five men and three women, who were being treated at the ICU ward of the COVID-19 designated Shrey Hospital in Navrangpura area of Ahmedabad.

The blaze occurred at around 3.30 am on Thursday, an official was quoted as saying by PTI.

Around 41 other COVID-19 patients at the facility were rescued and shifted to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Hospital.

The cause of the fire is not known yet.




Social Activist Professor Apoorvanand questioned over Delhi riots


New Delhi: The Special Cell of Delhi Police has questioned Delhi University professor Apoorvanand for five hours in connection with the riots that rocked northeast Delhi in February this year.

“On Monday, August 3, I was asked by the Special Cell, Delhi Police, to appear before it in the investigation into FIR no 59/20 related to the violence that happened in North-East Delhi in February 2020. I spent five hours there”.

Delhi Police also considered it necessary to seize my phone for the purpose of investigation.

The professor, in the statement shared online, said it is disturbing for him to see that supporters of the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protests are being considered the source of violence.

The professor, who teaches Hindi at Delhi University, stated: “While cooperating and respecting the right of police authorities to conduct a full, fair and thorough investigation, one can only hope that the probe would focus on the real instigators and perpetrators of the violence against a peaceful citizen’s protest and the people of northeast Delhi.

“It should not lead to further harassment and victimization of the protesters and their supporters, who asserted their democratic rights through constitutional means, while stating their dissent to the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 (CAA) and the decision of the Central government to operationalise the National Population Register and the National Register of Citizens, all over the country. I would urge the police and expect their probe to be thorough, just and fair so that truth prevails”

he added.
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11 COVID patients recover from plasma therapy in hydeabad


Hyderabad: In a major development, 11 out of 13 patients who were administered convalescent plasma therapy for COVID-19 have recovered fully.

The recovery rate from Plasma therapy is nearly 84 per cent, though it is a bit early to conclude that.

Indian Express quoted Dr Aedula Vinay Sekhar, Professor and HOD Medicine, Gandhi Medical College and Hospital as saying, “We have seen that this treatment protocol will do well for people who are in the category of illness — ‘moderately severe’. They are generally stage-3 Acute  Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) patients, who have an increase in oxygen demand without many co-morbidities.”

ICMR has engaged Gandhi Hospital along with a few select hospitals for plasma therapy trials. The treatment is promising as there was significant and encouraging improvement in the number of patients recovering from the therapy.

Noting that the patients showed good results even after recovery, the doctor said they were quick to shed off the virus after a plasma rich in antibody was transfused to them.

Plasma therapy is used when the patient does not respond to any other treatment. It is used for moderately severe patients before they reach a ventilator stage, informed Dr Vinay.

Earlier, Plasma Donors’ Association was formed for the success of plasma therapy for coronavirus patients. Those who have recovered from the novel coronavirus disease will be included in the Association and help would be provided in the treatment of other patients.

In plasma therapy the antibodies are separated from a person cured of the novel coronavirus and are infused into the vein of the COVID-19 patient who is in a critical condition.

Meanwhile, informal market is also booming in Hyderabad. Patients who have recovered from coronavirus are getting exorbitant offers for donation of their plasma ranging from Rs 60,000 to Rs 3 lakh for a single donation.

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Bhumi Pujan’ of Ram temple today


The ‘Bhumi Pujan’ for the proposed Ram temple in Ayodhya will begin at 12.30 pm today with Prime Minister Narendra Modi performing the ‘Shila Pujan’, ‘Bhumi Pujan’ and ‘Karma Shila Pujan’.

According to an official statement, the main ‘puja’ will be held between 12.44 pm and 12.45 pm during the 32-second ‘Abhijit Muhurat’. It is the same ‘muhurat’ or auspicious moment when Lord Ram was believed to have been born.

The Prime Minister will lay a 40-kg silver brick to symbolise the start of construction of the temple that is at the core of the ruling BJP’s ideology and poll promises. A campaign for the temple marked the rise of the party to the national spotlight in the 1990s.




... So Delhi Metro can run on the tracks soon with conditions, Hardeep Singh Puri has given hints


Union Housing and Urban Development Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said that after the Metro is operational, only government employees, health department employees and others associated with essential services will be allowed to travel.

 

New Delhi. Delhi Metro, which has been closed for the last 4 months, can run again on the tracks within the next few weeks. Union Housing and Urban Development Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has given hints about this. He has said that the government will take a decision next week regarding the operation of Delhi Metro. According to media reports, he has said that even if the metro runs, initially the common people will not be allowed to travel. He said that only 50 percent passengers of the metro capacity can be allowed to travel. According to the information, the Central Government is considering opening a metro across the country.

Union Housing and Urban Development Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said that after the Metro is operational, only government employees, health department employees and others connected with essential services will be allowed to travel by Metro. He said that Delhi Metro is regularly checking its system. He is all set to start operating the metro. He said that now the wait is for the unlocking guidelines for the next phase coming this month.

Arvind Kejriwal also said this
Please tell that the Chief Minister of Delhi and the head of the common man, Arvind Kejriwal has agreed several times about the operation of the Delhi Metro. Also, he has also said that the central government has the right to operate the Delhi Metro. In such a situation, she can decide about it. It is known that due to Corona virus, Delhi Metro is closed since March 25. However, with Unlock 1.0, all trains were allowed to run on the roads, but till now the operation of the metro has not started. In such a situation, to bring the economy back on track, the Delhi government wants to open everything in the state. The operation of Delhi Metro is also included in this link.

 




CAA-NRC: Big revelations from RTI about the vandalism at Jamia University


For the purpose of erasing evidence, CCTV and DVR were broken. This was revealed by an answer from Jamia in RTI.

 

New Delhi. On the night of 15 December, there was a vandalism at Jamia millia islamia university. Police stalked inside Jamia while chasing students protesting against CAA-NRC. Zakir Hussain and the Old Library were vandalized. The SRK Hostel, Muhibul Hasan Building and Classroom were also vandalized. Furniture and glass doors and windows were broken.

Even the mosque built in the Jamia complex was vandalized. For the purpose of erasing evidence, CCTV and DVR were broken. Not only this, pictures of all the great men in the library have also been damaged. This was revealed by an answer from Jamia in RTI. Vice Chancellor (Vice chancellor) Najma Akhtar herself has also told that the university has suffered a loss of Rs 2.66 crore due to this sabotage.

Who said this sabotage, this university
There was violence in Jamia during the CAA-NRC protests on the night of 15 December. Jamia has lost Rs 2.66 crore in this violence. Who did this sabotage, the students or the police. Nothing has been said about this by the university yet. In RTI also, when asked who is responsible for this sabotage, Jamia University has responded, "Jamia Millia Islamia's property was damaged in police action against the agitating students of Jamia."

Report of loss has been sent to MHRD

According to experts, Jamia Vice Chancellor Najma Akhtar has also sent a report of the sabotage inside the university, the damage done in this sabotage to the Ministry of Human Resource Development. Significantly, the students of Jamia had alleged that the police entered the campus and lathi-charged them, tear gas was also fired. Students sitting in the library were beaten. At the same time, the police also alleged that the students were stoning the police from inside the campus.

 




Bihar DGP said - 50 crores came out of Sushant's account, why Mumbai police do not investigate with this angle


Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey has asked the Mumbai Police why investigation was not done on the 50 crore ₹ angle removed from Sushant Singh Rajput's account.

 

Patna. The verbal war between Mumbai Police and Bihar Police about the investigation of actor Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide Case and reached a bad level. Because Bihar's Director General of Police (DGP) Gupteshwar Pandey has asked the Mumbai Police such a question, to which the Mumbai Police does not currently have an answer. On Monday, he asked the Mumbai Police why the angle of money withdrawn from Sushant's bank account was not investigated yet.

The DGP said, 'Nearly 50 crore rupees were deposited in Sushant Singh Rajput's bank account in the last 4 years, but surprisingly all the money was withdrawn. In one year, Rs 17 crore was deposited in his account, out of which Rs 15 crore was withdrawn.

Why Mumbai Police is suppressing clues
Shocked, the DGP told the media, "Is this not an important angle that should be investigated?" We are not going to sit in peace. ”Feeling unhappy, the DGP also asked, why is the Mumbai Police suppressing such clues? Patna City SP Vinay Tiwari reached Mumbai in the evening of Sunday (July 2) to lead the Bihar Police investigation team. The BMC quarantined him by putting a stamp on his hand at 11 pm, he also questioned about this.
Arrested our IPS officer instead of giving evidence and investigation report

 

DGP Gupteshwar Pandey asked, 'Instead of giving us the evidence related to this case or things like postmortem and forensic reports, Mumbai Police almost arrested our IPS officer. I have not seen such co-operation by any other state police. If the Mumbai police were honest in investigating the case, they would have shared all the details of the investigation with us. After Gupteshwar Pandey's questions, Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh spoke to the media and described his team's investigation as true and professional.

A 4-member team of Bihar Police reached Mumbai on Wednesday to investigate the Sushant case. City SP of Patna Vinay Tiwari also reached Mumbai on Sunday evening to lead this team. Bihar police allege that Vinay Tiwari has been forcibly quarantined.

Riya Chakravarty and 6 other people have been booked in these streams
Rajput's father K.K. Singh (74) filed a case on July 28 in Patna against Riya Chakraborty, six others including his family members for allegedly abetting his son to suicide. Against all these, the police in Patna have sentenced sections 341, 342 (criminal hostage), 380 (burglary in the house where they live), 406 (criminal treachery), 420 (cheating) and 306 (for suicide). Abetment). Singh accused TV and film actress Chakraborty that he befriended Sushant in May 2019 to build his career.




Ram temple construction: Entry will be done in Bhoomi Poojan only after COVID-19 report is negative


Ayodhya Ram Mandir Nirman: According to sources quoting news, people who have received invitation letter in Bhoomi Pujan will have to get their corona test done. He will be given entry to Ayodhya only after the investigation report comes negative.

 

Ayodhya. Sadhu-saints, leaders and other dignitaries invited for the Bhoomi program for the Ram Mandir construction to be held in Ayodhya on August 5 will be given entry only if their COVID-19 (COVID-19) investigation report is negative. Will come. According to the news quoting sources, those who got the invitation letter in Bhoomi Pujan will have to get their corona test done. He will be given entry to Ayodhya only after the investigation report comes negative.

It is being told that this decision has been taken after the report of Kovid 19 of many high profile leaders came positive. Significantly, Home Minister Amit Shah has also been admitted to Medanta Hospital after being found corona infected. On the other hand, UP BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh has also been found infected. UP Waterpower Minister Mahendra Singh has also been found to be Corona positive. Not only this, on Sunday, Cabinet Minister Kamala Rani Varun died of Corona infection.

Ayodhya turned into impregnable fort
The entire district has been transformed into an impregnable fort in view of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Ayodhya on August 5 and the Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan program. Rummage is being monitored. Not only this, five people will not gather together on the day of Bhoomi Poojan. The boundaries of Ayodhya will be sealed a day before. That is, all the invited guests will reach Ayodhya on August 4.
On Saturday, the Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary Home, DGP and other officials visited Ayodhya and prepared a blueprint for the security of the entire Ayodhya including Ramjanmabhoomi and issued instructions to the authorities to execute it. Under which many protocols are to be followed during the Prime Minister's visit.

 


Five people will not be able to gather together
The first protocol is about the corona virus, on which the administration is completely focused. DIG / SSP Deepak Kumar told that a meeting has been held with all the agencies regarding the security of the Prime Minister, there is complete preparation, all the standards of security are being met. Under the Kovid protocol, no more than 5 people will be allowed to gather together in Ayodhya on 5 August. Deepak Kumar told that security arrangements are being made for all the VVIPs or all the invited guests. We are fully alert about security. Whether it is guests, VVIP or general Ayodhya, everyone will be given full security.

Borders will remain sealed before land worship
According to Deepak Kumar, all the boundaries of Ayodhya and Faizabad city will be sealed from the eve of the main event of Bhoomi Pujan. No one will be allowed to enter. (Input: Ajit Pratap Singh) News18 





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