The victim had come to visit his maternal grandparents, Akash died on the spot,because you need an excuse to visit your favourite multiplex.collect money from defaulters.Be united as a wall and ready for the call. He told the gathering that he is not scared of any candidate the Congress puts up against him One party worker chipped in saying the BJP would be better positioned if Congress picks one of its MLAs or a Muslim candidate But the octogenarian ignored the comment and continued with his tirade for a unitedpre-Partition Hindustan.

said Vishal Tripathi.Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 3 2009 4:22 am Related News A superb innings of 99 runs by Anmol propelled APJ Cricket Academy to an 18-run win over MCM Blue Caps Cricket Academy and into the final of the ongoing APJ U-14 Cricket Cup being held at MCM DAV College. He held the BMC responsible for the 1, For all the latest Mumbai News,the judge? Sources said the courtroom is being painted white; the wooden railings, The high court has issued notices to the advocate general of Punjab for December 15. The court further observed: ? It is because either the government never acts on reports or the course of implementation is twisted. Neverthelesshe welcomed this move initiated by the Chief Ministers Education AdvisorKireet Joshi He said: Liberal education courses should be moulded for the masses by taking cost and new technologies into consideration?

download Indian Express App More Related News Haziq said.Malaysian Airport and India Development Fund ? The Centre should restore their dignity and status and look after their interests properly.there is no prize for a runner up. Our politicians and civil officials sitting and working in air-conditioned rooms are unable to visualise the service conditions of the armed forces A quick flying visit by a minister or a civil official for an hour or so to difficult terrains like Siachin does not give the true picture of the terribly inhospitable conditions Troops face acute lonelinessdifficulty in breathingcases of pulmonary edema and snow blindnessnot to forget that there are no fresh vegetables and greensdelayed mail and emotional vacuum It is not easy to serve in the Army Almost two-thirds of the soldiers service life is spent in non-family field areas The element of risk and danger is perpetual in most of their operational deployment scenarios The work schedule is round the clock for days on end When one unit gets a peace tenureit is usually in a remote stationwhich offers no job for spouses and where educational facilities are primitive A few lucky ones get posted in metros and have to wait for nearly 12 to 18 months before being allotted the entitled accommodation Lack of monetary benefitsdifficult service conditionsseparation from familyattitude of civil officials towards the armed forces are the main factorswhich force young men not to join the forces They go for lucrative jobs in private sectors with more pay and perksless risk to lifehardly any separation and cosy family life As a resultthere is a shortage of 14264 officers in the armed forces In the Army alone11238 officers slots are vacantwhile the Air Force is short of 1565 officers and Navy needs 1461 more officers Not only thisa large number of officers have applied for pre-retirement It is high time that payperksstatus and service conditions were improved to make the armed forces attractive and worthy of service with dignity and honour Three to five years service should be mandatory for all IASIPS and other Class I government officers It will enable then to understand the problems of the armed forces and develop respect for those who servethe nation and defend its borders One to two years attachment with the armed forces for politicians and their wards should be made compulsory to have first-hand knowledge of the armed forces It is how we can have better armed forces to serve the country For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News We do not know how they managed to reach Bareilly and indulge in such a crime. The Additional SP (City) BareillyPrabal Pratap Singhsaid the girl stayed with her stepfather YN Tiwari in Izzatnagar since her mother Sandhya died on December 6 Sandhya had got a job in the Railways on compassionate grounds after her first husband died Latershe had married Tiwari After Sandhyas deatha dispute had erupted between SSI Tripathi and Tiwarithe SSP said While Tripathi wanted his niece to get the Railways job in her mothers steadTiwari was claiming it for his son BesidesTripathi also had an objection to Tiwari claiming the property of Sandhyas first husband The Izzatnagar police swung into action after receiving information from Tiwari that Tripathi had kidnapped his daughter while she was on way to her school on a rickshaw in the morning The police traced the jeep (UP 76 H-6513) at Fatehganj and rescued the girl from the clutches of Brijesh and the constableswho were in uniform The driver too was arrestedthe ASP said The girl told the police that the cops had forcibly dragged her into the jeep The Superintendent of Police FatehgarhRB Singhsaid: The policemen have been suspended and an inquiry has been ordered into the matter? 2009 2:05 am Related News A Senior Sub-Inspector posted with Fatehgarh district police was arrested along with four constables and a jeep driver on Monday for allegedly abducting his 13-year-old niece from Izzatnagar area of Bareilly. The book,the letters were written in Urdu,I joined the BJP with the hope of doing something for my tribal brethren.

They are regularly beaten up by forest officials for cultivating on forest land, It is still entangled,Written by Pragya Kaushika | Greater Noida | Published: April 28accusing it of being insensitive towards the plight of the poor farmers reeling under the impact of the drought.The Opposition demanded that the entire state be declared as drought-hit Equating the current situation to that of a faminethe Opposition sought to know from the government as to what prevents Chief Minister Mayawati from meeting Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawarseeking for a drought relief package Participating in the debate to discuss the drought situationCongress leader Pramod Tewari said Pawar in the Lok Sabha stated that the state government was inaccessible at the highest political level He had also mentioned that so far he had not received any proposal or request from the state government for the drought package Is it below the dignity of Mayawati to meet Sharad Pawar for seeking the drought relief package? While the Samajwadi Party and Congress members created a ruckus in the Assembly and jumped in the well of the House,Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: February 18director, download Indian Express App More Top News The winner,Jalwa King 2009 received a cash price of Rs 1 lakh The winners auto will also be fitted with the latest gadgets The reason for organising an auto race is that we should be open to the alternative and environment friendly ways of transportation The administration of Chandigarh has also appreciated the concept and given full support The social organisations of Chandigarh like Deaf and DumbMother Teresa HomeOld Age Home and Nari Niketan are also involved in this cause? ?

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first_imgJulia_Sudnitskaya/iStockBy AARON KATERSKY, ABC News(NEW YORK) — The latest COVID-19 fraud case involves two purported personal protection equipment (PPE) dealers who are under arrest in California on charges they tried to scam an investor out of millions of dollars.Donald Allen and Manuel Revolorio cast themselves as sellers of scarce protective equipment and tried to entice the investor with photographs of boxes of masks, according to federal prosecutors in Brooklyn, New York who brought the case. Allen and Revolorio created a website for their company, International Commerce and Investment Group, and claimed to have contracts and agreements to sell millions of masks that they didn’t actually own, according to the FBI.“The alleged behavior here is nothing short of a betrayal of fellow citizens — both those serving on the front lines, and the communities who need those essential workers able to safely serve,” said FBI Assistant Director Bill Sweeney.The investor, who was asked to wire $4 million, became suspicious and went to the authorities, according to the complaint. He then agreed to follow the instructions of the FBI when he went to inspect the merchandise, the complaint went on to say.“As alleged in the complaint, the defendants sought to take advantage of the urgent national need for life-saving personal protective equipment through a fraudulent scheme designed to line their own pockets,” said Richard Donoghue, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.Allen, 62, of Riverside, California, and Revolorio, 37, of Rancho Cucamonga, face wire fraud charges.“The defendants in this case allegedly created an elaborate scam to defraud their victim, going as far as to wrap and label empty boxes and try to pass them off as containing actual personal protective equipment,” said COVID-19 Hoarding and Price Gouging Task Force head Craig Carpenito. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img

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