Wednesday, 19 July 2017

US top court rejects Donald Trump's bid to include grandparents in travel ban

Washington: The US Supreme Court rejected on Wednesday a bid by President Donald Trump to include grandparents and other relatives in his travel ban on people from six Muslim-majority countries.

But in a partial win for Trump, the court gave the government more leeway to enforce a separate ban on refugees that was included in a March 6 executive order the president said was necessary for national security.

The Supreme Court said then that the bans could take effect, but that people with a "bona fide relationship" to a U.S. person or entity could not be barred.

The administration had narrowly interpreted that language, saying the ban would apply to grandparents and other family members, prompting the state of Hawaii to ask Hawaii-based U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson to expand the definition of who could be admitted. He ruled for the state late on Thursday.

In his decision, Watson harshly criticised the government`s definition of close family relations as "the antithesis of common sense."

Watson also ruled that the assurance by a resettlement agency to provide basic services to a newly arrived refugee constitutes an adequate connection to the United States because it is a sufficiently formal and documented agreement that triggers responsibilities and compensation.


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Monday, 17 July 2017

Gone, red beacon as well as Shahi Imam post - Tipu Sultan Mosque authorities sack Maulana Noor-ur Rehman Barkati

Kolkata: Days after openly defying the Centre's order and stating that he would keep using the red beacon on his vehicle, the Tipu Sultan Mosque trustee board sacked Shahi Imam Maulana Noor-ur Rehman Barkati for "objectionable and inflammatory remarks against the country".

Notably, Barkati had recently threatened 'jihad' and refused to take off the beacon from his vehicle.

A police complaint was lodged against Barkati by the Board on Monday in Bowbazar police station for forcefully snatching away the keys of the mosque's official room.

A number of police complaints were also lodged against the Imam in different police stations of Bengal.

Later, the Kolkata Police officers visited Barkati and the red beacon was removed from his car.

He had also drawn flak for commenting that Muslims would "fight for Pakistan if India became a Hindu state".

His comments led to a hue and cry, with the BJP and other Sangh Parivar outfits dubbing him "anti-national" and senior West Bengal minister Siddiqullah Chowdhury, regarded as a prominent face of the ruling Trinamool Congress, calling Barkati an RSS agent.


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Friday, 19 May 2017

CBI takes up no less than 464 cases from Bengal CID

KOLKATA: Following the high show on Trinamool Congress (TMC) Memember of Parliament Sudip Bandyopadhyay's capture by the Central Bureau of examination (CBI) regarding the Rose Valley trick in January 3, there was a three months calm under the watchful eye of the Calcutta High Court requested that the CBI research the Narada sting operation case that embroiled a few top pioneers of the TMC on March 17.

Fundamentally, these focal organizations have been keeping in touch with the CID of the state government looking for access to these protestations and subtle elements of examination taken up so far for long. After much influence, the CID at long last given over the archives and points of interest of 464 FIRs recorded by financial specialists. As indicated by sources, there are no less than twelve organizations including land, instruction and media majors in Bengal. In the interim, CBI will soon record chargesheets against Bandyopadhyay and Tapas Pal. The chargesheet would be recorded before April 30, sources said.

With the races in states like Odhisha and Bengal drawing nearer, the examination concerning the chit finance trick assembles steam. The focal office has as of now captured the executives of three noteworthy ponzi conspire administrators including Icore, Prayag and Ramel bunches in most recent three months. While Prayag and Ramel bunch executives were captured a month ago, the CBI has taken care of the Icore chiefs today.

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Thursday, 18 May 2017

Four Indonesian warriors executed in South China Sea preparing

Jakarta: Four Indonesian warriors have been killed and eight others harmed by mounted guns discharge in a mishap amid preparing on a South China Sea island, the Army said on Thursday.

"The gun wound up noticeably wild and hit troopers in the region," Army representative Alfret Denny Tuejeh told AFP.

Of the eight hurt, four endured genuine wounds, he said.

The gun, obtained in 2003, was utilized a day prior with no issue, he included. The military have started an examination to discover what created the episode.

The island is a piece of the little Natuna archipelago, remote Indonesian islands in the South China Sea, home to rich angling grounds and copious oil saves.

There have been rehashed conflicts amongst Chinese and Indonesian vessels around the islands as of late, provoking Indonesia to support its safeguards in the range.

Indonesia keeps up it has no oceanic question with China in the South China Sea, dissimilar to other Asian countries, and does not challenge responsibility for or islets there.

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Rajnath Singh: How is Akbar appraised awesome, not Maharana Pratap?

JODHPUR: Union home clergyman Rajnath Singh trusts Maharana Pratap has not been given his due place ever. On Tuesday, Singh asked history specialists to re-assess the commitment of the Rajput warrior lord, emphasizing a worry he has raised before also.

Singh said it was motivation drawn from Pratap that set off the desire for flexibility in numerous and India accomplished Independence in 1947. 

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Monday, 8 May 2017

Delhi cop, whom Kejriwal marked as 'degenerate', to test his "pay off" case

New Delhi: Delhi Police officer MK Meena, whom Arvind Kejriwal and his Aam Aadmi Party had over and again named as "degenerate" before, will now lead the test into Delhi Chief Minister's "renumeration" case.

AAP MLA Kapil Mishra on Monday requested a lie-locator test for Kejriwal, Health serve Satyendra Jain and himself, to vindicate his cases.

"I am going to ACB office to give itemized confirm on the tanker embarrassment. I need Arvind Kejriwal, Satyendra Jain and I to experience a lie-finder test," Mishra told the media here.

He additionally said that he has looked for additional time from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to demonstrate the charges.

Responding to Mishra's remark, Meena stated, "We will record the announcement of Kapil Mishra, and law will take its own particular course."

Notwithstanding, he said Mishra did not enroll any grievance yet.

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Friday, 28 April 2017

2008 Malegaon impact case: Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit moves Supreme Court looking for safeguard

New Delhi: Former Army officer, Lt Col Prasad Shrikant Purohit , charged in the 2008 Malegaon bomb impact case, on Friday moved the Supreme Court looking for safeguard.

Sadhvi Pragya and 44-year-old Purohit were captured in 2008. While Sadhvi Pragya, who is experiencing tumor, is experiencing treatment a Madhya Pradesh healing center, Purohit is held up in Taloja imprison in Maharashtra.

The NIA had given a spotless chit to Pragya, the organization had, be that as it may, restricted Purohit's safeguard request.  

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