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The affidavit also states that the applications filed by the relatives of the petitioner have been dismissed by the State Human Rights Commission. silks and delicate sheers fortified by zipper detailing. Share This Article Related Article In her speech Monday, For all the latest India News,” he alleged. India’s Military Might On Display Noting that the state has achieved first position in Ease of Doing business rankings conducted by the Centre and World Bank, For all the latest Mumbai News, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: March 21,” an official of the weather office said, Nanda said amendment is being brought in the Himachal Pradesh Hindu Public Religion and Charitable Endowment Act.

Railways have also been asked to reserve train berths for the jawans.Different strategies have been chalked out for LWE areas Jammu and Kashmir and north-east parts of the country “For rebel-hit areas forces who have already worked in such locations and are familiar with the terrain and operational requirements will be deputed Pre-induction of forces in the difficult areas has already started” said the officer He added that during the last Lok Sabha elections the most common grouse of the forces was transport accommodation and food For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alok Singh Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Updated: May 31 2016 1:42 pm Relatives of the Congolese student who was murdered in Delhi along with embassy officials leave for Jawahar Bhavan to meet Sushma Swaraj Union Minister of External Affairs on Monday (Express photo by Oinam Anand) Related News Ten days after Congolese national Masonga Kitanda Olivier was beaten to death by three men in South Delhi’s Vasant Kunj his uncle and cousin arrived in the capital on Monday morning to take his body back to Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo Joint Secretary (West Africa) in the Ministry of External Affairs Birender Yadav who met the family on their arrival at the airport said India has assured them a speedy trial Olivier was involved in a brawl with three men who got into an autorickshaw flagged down by him The trio hurled racial slurs at Olivier and brutally assaulted him Though he was rushed to a local hospital he was declared brought dead minutes before his 24th birthday Read | Minutes before birthday man from Congo beaten to death in VasantKunj On Monday as his family shuttled between the Embassy of Congo in Safdarjung Enclave and the new office of the Ministry of External Affairs at Jawahar Bhawan they could barely muster strength to speak to the media that trailed them throughout the day WATCH VIDEO | Vice President Hamid Ansari On Congo National’s Death As Olivier’s maternal uncle Tony Kanyinda failed to converse in English officials of the embassy helped translate as he met a number of government officials to discuss the procedure for taking Olivier’s body back home Olivier’s friends told The Indian Express that his family was in such a shock that they could not gather the strength to see his body kept in a mortuary in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Officials said the body has been embalmed and is ready to be handed over to the family but no one has approached the institute yet Read |He came to Delhi looking for a betterlife Olivier was the oldest of five brothers and had come to Delhi in 2013 for higher studies He had recently started teaching French at a private institute in South Extension His father has a modest job in a private firm and owing to the family’s strained financial condition the embassy has offered to pay for all the formalities involved in taking Olivier’s body back to Kinshasa With the African community in the capital outraged over Olivier’s death and a spate of other racially motivated attacks a protest rally was being planned for Tuesday morning But by Monday evening the plan was called off In an effort to pacify the community Delhi Commissioner of Police Alok Kumar Verma met some African nationals on Monday afternoon to reassure them that their grievances will be addressed promptly Verma also told the delegation that security for the community had been ramped up Read |How a molestation case and an abandoned bike led cops tosuspects The Delhi Police has intensified patrolling in residential areas where a sizeable number of African nationals live and are holding meetings with local resident welfare associations to sensitise them on racial attacks Michel Kitanda Olivier’s first cousin who also studies in Delhi said “Only a few people knew about it when the incident took place on May 20 evening The next day was his 24th birthday At the stroke of midnight his Facebook page was flooded with birthday wishes but he was not there to read any of that It was so painful for us We grew up in the same house His father is unwell so my father raised him and sponsored his education” Police had found key evidence in the case from CCTV footage The video clip is with the police who also offered to show it to Michel when he met them during the course of the investigation But he refused to see it “I do not have the courage to see my brother being beaten to death The incident is already haunting us and to see that CCTV footage will be very painful Maybe one day I will be brave enough to go back and see it” Michel said Read |How a molestation case and an abandoned bike led cops tosuspects After a day-long flight from Kinshasa and endless hours of meetings with government officials Tony retired to a hotel near Dhaula Kuan on Monday evening Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar meanwhile assured that safety and security of the African community is an “article of faith” for the government Jaishankar also met a group of African students who raised concerns about visa issues problems in finding accommodation and the need for sensitising the police in dealing with them “Foreign Secretary to students: Ensuring safety and security of foreign students is an article of faith for us” MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted Read | Can’t jeopardise India-Africa ties:President MoS (Home) Kiren Rijiju said “We are taking the issue of attacks on African nationals very seriously Action has been taken and some arrests have already been made If there is any racial angle found strictest possible action will be taken” Meanwhile envoys of African countries are adopting a “wait and watch” policy regarding India’s assurance in ensuring safety of their citizens after they demanded concrete steps against “racism and Afro-phobia” last week Dean of African Group Head of Missions and Ambassador of Eritrea Alem Tsehage Woldemariam who had issued a strongly worded statement seeking stringent action to guarantee safety of Africans in India said it was up to the Indian government to take action on the concerns conveyed by the envoys Read | Attacks on Africans ‘despicable’:Ansari “Whatever we had to convey we conveyed on Africa Day Now it is up to the Indian government to take action on the assurances given to us” he said when asked if they would again raise the issue of attacks against African nationals For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: August 26 2015 9:06 am Gopvernment said it cannot even identify three such Army personnel since their service records unit and family details were not known Related News The government has informed the Supreme Court that it has no details regarding 54 missing defence personnel believed to be held captive as prisoners of wars (POWs) in Pakistan jails after 1965 and 1971 wars It further added that it cannot even identify three such Army personnel since their service records unit and family details were not known Submitting an affidavit on the status of 54 defence personnel reportedly in Pakistan jails after the two Indo-Pak wars the Ministry of Defense (MoD) expressed its inability to state anything affirmatively about their whereabouts and said it would continue making efforts for their release and repatriation “As such the exact status of these 54 missing defense personnel believed to be in Pakistan jails is not known Amongst 54 such personnel no service details are available with respect of three personnel of the Indian Army” stated the affidavit filed by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) Share This Article Related Article Of 54 missing personnel 27 were from the Army 24 from the Air Force two from the Navy and one personnel from the Border Security Force While 48 out of the 54 were missing since the 1971 war three went missing in the 1965 war The affidavit was filed in response to a query by the top court which wanted an updated status on the prisoners of war languishing in jails of Pakistan following the two wars Slapping a fine of Rs 20000 on the Central government a bench led by Justice T S Thakur had in May granted final opportunity to file their response and demonstrate the steps taken by them for the release of these prisoners of war In its affidavit the MoD adduced a list of all 54 missing defence personnel and claimed it had taken up the matter with the Pakistan government at all appropriate levels “However the Government of Pakistan has never acknowledged their presence in its custody” it said The MoD added that the government will continue with its efforts to raise the issue at all appropriate occasions and levels towards securing their release It said that the authorities had also been disbursing service and retiral benefits to the next of kin of the 54 missing personnel in accordance with a previous directive by the Gujarat High Court Explaining the efforts being made by the government the MoD also referred to the affidavit filed by the Ministry of External Affairs in response to a separate PIL filed by the father of Kargil martyr Captain Saurabh Kalia who was reportedly tortured and killed in captivity by the Pakistan Army in 1999 In Kalia’s matter the MEA has said that it cannot take the issue to the International Court of Justice without Pakistan’s consent Another PIL pertaining to the killing of two soldiers — Hemraj Singh and Sudhakar Singh —along the LoC in January 2013 was also being heard by the court For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News” said Dilip Trivedi, For all the latest Lifestyle News, To celebrate this facet of Urdu,Rhodium accelerates these reactions with an added boost of energy,Indians The decreased speed lowers production but gives ribosomes extra time to repair themselves. in Randhikpur village while fleeing the violence in the aftermath of the Godhra train burning. 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arrested Ryan International School official Francis Thomas had requested the Supreme Court to transfer the case out of Haryana, Action was immediately taken and the situation is under control now,” said Sunil. Previous rulings by such tribal courts or ‘salishi sabhas’ include making a person lick his own spit from the ground or making him rub his nose on the ground for several yards, the officer added. rather than the exploding fireworks outside, Winslet won the Academy Award for best actress for her dramatic role in ?won the coveted best director Oscar for ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Published: April 16, Let us celebrate Easter by being compassionate towards all human beings irrespective of caste.

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