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Kashmir: NIA to seek Letters Rogatory to Pakistan

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NEW DELHI: NIA will soon approach a court to get a Letters Rogatory issued to Pakistan seeking details about some people allegedly indulging in false propaganda and running the website of the Hurriyat Conference’s pro-Pakistan faction led by Syed Ali Shah Geelani, officials said here.

The agency will seek details about Zakir-ulllah who, it believes, handles the websites of the Geelani faction of the Hurriyat Conference and terror group Hizbul Mujahideen.

After submitting a 12,794-page charge sheet in a case of terror financing in Kashmir Valley, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) will soon approach the designated court for issuance of Letters Rogatory to Pakistan.

Once the court issues the Letters Rogatory, which is a request from a court of a sovereign nation to a court of another sovereign nation, the same will be vetted by the Legal and Treaties department of the Ministry and External Affairs and sent to Pakistan through diplomatic channels.

So far, Pakistan has never responded to such requests sent in other cases such as the hijacking of Indian Airlines plane in 1999, terror attacks including the Pathankot Indian Air Force base strike.

According to the NIA charge sheet, Zakir-ullah, who hails from Rawalpindi, had designed the website of Tehreek-e- Hurriyat and that of Hizbul Mujahideen and was regularly updating it during 2016 when the Valley was witnessing widespread stone pelting.

The telephone numbers mentioned on the website belong to the same individual and the same needs to be confirmed from Pakistan before further action could be taken, an NIA official said.

The NIA has also identified a few more individuals who were laisoning with the Pakistani establishment especially its snooping agency ISI for the separatists groups hailing from Kashmir Valley.

In its charge sheet, the NIA named Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed, Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin, seven separatists, including Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s son-in-law Altaf Ahmad Shah, and prominent businessman Zahoor Watali.



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Social harmony gets fractured wherever Hindu population drops: Giriraj SIngh

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NEW DELHI: Union minister Giriraj Singh courted controversy on Sunday when he contended that “social harmony gets fractured wherever Hindu population drops”, a veiled attack on the phenomenon of rising Muslim populace in the country.

“UN said if this (population growth) isn’t brought under check, in future, 1 out of 10 people won’t have access to potable water. So it’s dangerous both to social harmony and development. Social harmony gets fractured wherever Hindu population drops,” he was quoted as saying by ANI.

Over the last few days, the BJP leader has been appealing to the youth to raise awareness about India’s growing population with the following tweet: “Increasing population is taking away your livelihood and peace. Increasing population is taking away your share of development and social harmony.”

When asked about this tweet by mediapersons, Giriraj quoted data to underscore the population explosion that the country is witnessing, which has sparked concerns about the long-term sustainability of resources.

“I’ve been posting on social media everyday. Rise in population is the biggest hindrance to development. In China 11 children are born every minute and in India number is 29. 18 per cent of world’s population is in India,” he told ANI.

Thus, the booming population is a threat to not only development but also to social harmony, he claimed.

While nowhere does Singh mention the ‘M word’ in his tweet or bytes, it can still be construed as an attack on the Muslim community, given his chequered past. Back in January, he had dispensed with being politically correct to openly proclaim the Muslim population as a threat to the country.

In November 2017, he’d stirred the communal pot over the Ram Temple dispute when he’d remarked that Muslims living in India are children of Ram and not Babar.

Singh’s views found resonance with Rajasthan BJP leader Banwari Lal Singhal, who alleged that Muslims were bearing more children with an aim to outnumber Hindus and to take control of the country by 2030.

“The way the Muslim population is increasing, the existence of Hindus is in danger. It is a well-planned conspiracy to have a Muslim in the chair of president, prime minister and chief ministers,” Singhal told PTI last month.



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Delhi murder: Will hire the best lawyer to ensure justice for Ankit, says Arvind Kejriwal

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NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal today said that he would leave no stone unturned to ensure strictest possible punishment for culprits responsible for the murder of 23-year-old man who was killed by family members of a woman with whom he was in a relationship for three years.

Kejriwal, in a tweet, said that his government would hire the best lawyers to ensure justice for Ankit Saxena.

“I had a word with Ankit’s father. No condemnation is enough for what happened. Delhi government will hire the best possible lawyer to ensure justice for Ankit. We will try our best to ensure that the culprits are awarded the strictest possible punishment under the law. May God give strength to Ankit’s family. We stand with them in these struggling times,” Kejriwal tweeted.

Saxena, a professional photographer, was stabbed to death on Thursday night in west Delhi’s Khyala area. The woman’s family opposed her relationship with Saxena as the two belonged to different communities, according to the police.

Earlier, Delhi’s BJP chief Manoj Tiwari had questioned the “silence” of CM Kejriwal and said that the CM speaks only when it suits his “political interests”.

“It is sad to see such incidents in the national capital. The silence of the chief minister and several NGOs in the matter indicates that these people speak on issues only when it suits their political interests,” Tiwari said.

Tiwari met Saxena’s family earlier in the day.

During the meeting, Tiwari informed the family about the arrangements his party was making for the treatment of Saxena’s mother, who was injured in the attack on her son.

“The family has made several attempts to seek medical assistance by calling on ambulance service telephone No. 1008 but they got no help. Delhi government made no arrangement for the treatment,” the Delhi BJP alleged in a statement.

The police arrested the woman’s father, mother, uncle and her minor brother in connection with Saxena’s killing.

The Delhi unit of the BJP has demanded that the Kejriwal government announce compensation to Saxena’s family as it has done in other cases by announcing Rs 1 crore as ex-gratia.



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Indian, US air forces to expand cooperation to combat challenges in Indo-Pacific: US Air Force chief Goldfein

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NEW DELHI: The Indian and the US air forces will significantly step up operational cooperation to complement the strategic interests of the two countries in the Indo-Pacific region, Chief of US Air Force General David L Goldfein has said, while expressing concern over China’s rising military influence over the area.

Calling India a “central strategic partner” of the US in pursuing common interests in the region, he said two of the world’s largest air forces were going to jointly shift the focus on the Indo-Pacific region while asserting that the rules-based order must be preserved in the critical sea lanes.

Goldfein, who held extensive talks with Air Chief Marshal B S Dhanoa and the top brass of the defence set-up during his three-day India visit that ended yesterday, said the “Quadrilateral” coalition among the US, India, Japan and Australia would provide for deeper cooperation between the Indian and American air forces.

Asked if cooperation between the two forces would deepen in the wake of the four countries joining hands with an aim at containing China’s influence in the Indo-Pacific region, he replied, “I do (think so) and that is a big part of my visit and in my discussions here”.

In June Last year, two Lancer heavy strategic bombers of the US Air Force had conducted flights over the South China Sea, sending a clear message to China against its military build-up in the disputed area. Three US aircraft carriers – the USS Nimitz, USS Ronald Reagan and USS Theodore Roosevelt – have also been operating in the Indo-Pacific region.

“We have common interests in preserving the rules-based order. So while we look for opportunities for partnerships, it is actually appropriate also for us to be critical for those who are trying to change that in ways that may not benefit the region,” he told PTI in an interview here.

In November, India, the US, Australia and Japan gave shape to the long-pending “Quad” to develop a new strategy to keep the critical sea routes in the Indo-Pacific free of Chinese influence.

Referring to the “Quad” or “quadrilateral coalition”, the US Air Force Chief said there was a natural convergence among the four countries to work towards preserving the rules-based order, adding cooperation between Indian and US air forces would increase at several levels.

“India is absolutely a central strategic partner in moving forward in our common interests, and where we take this in the future is the purpose of my visit,” he said.

Goldfein, who has 4,200 flying hours under his belt and flew in the Gulf war and in Afghanistan, also talked about India’s place as mentioned in the recently unveiled national defence strategy of the US.

“It will be at a number of levels. It is on interoperability, how do we look beyond new platforms and sensors and look more broadly in the longer term,” he said about cooperation between the US and the Indian air forces.

The visit assumes significance as he was accompanied by Terrence O’Shaughnessy, Commander of the US Pacific Air Force.

Goldfein did not give a direct reply when asked if the US would increase its military presence in South China Sea.

“We want to be strategically predictable but operationally unpredictable. I am not going to share with our adversaries what our intentions are. If in fact we are to increase our presence or decrease our presence, that is something we will do at our time and place of our choosing,” he said.

India, US and several other nations have been pressing for freedom of navigation in the disputed South China Sea. The US has been periodically sending naval ships and planes to assert freedom of navigation, much to the chagrin of China.

The US Air Force Chief said connecting capabilities of the two forces will be one of the priority areas to enhance interoperability.

Elaborating, he said the focus of the cooperation will be to “make decision faster than our adversaries and then act in ways that may bring multiple dilemmas at a pace the adversary could never keep up with”.

“I believe that’s going to help us to find deterrence in the 21st century. Being able to produce multiple dilemmas means being able to operate simultaneously from all domains. So as we look at our partnership with IAF, the question for me is not perhaps what individual platforms and sensors we can bring but how do we bring increasing connectivity, how do we actually connect our capabilities in ways that allow us to act, to observe or decide and act faster than our adversaries. That is the big idea going forward,” he said.

Goldfein also talked about his and IAF chief Dhanoa’s roles in “combat campaign” in Kosovo and Kargil in 1999.

“He was leading in the Kargil campaign and I was involved in the Kosovo campaign. He was developing night tactics as a squadron commander and I was also developing night tactics as a squadron commander… Who would have thought that the two squadron commanders engaged in combats, building similar tactics, grow up to be the chiefs of two of the largest and most professional air forces on the planet,” he said.

“Where do we take that. Again we have these relationships built at all levels, I am excited. There is plenty of opportunities,” he added.

US President Donald Trump, in his first prime-time televised address to the nation as commander-in-chief last year, had laid out his South Asia policy saying a “critical part” of it was to further develop the US’s strategic partnership with India.

In June 2016, the US had designated India a “Major Defence Partner” intending to elevate defence trade and technology sharing with India to a level commensurate with that of its closest allies and partners.



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HC trashes airport services providers' plea against new norms

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MUMBAI: Observing that services provided at airports must match global standards, the Bombay high court has refused to set aside three new conditions imposed while issuing tenders for ground handling services at the Mumbai international airport.

“Ground handling services to passengers should not fall below international standards. These services have to match with international standards. Today one cannot deprive people of good services,” the HC remarked while passing the order earlier last week.

A division bench of justices S C Dharmadhikari and Bharati Dangre was hearing a petition filed by the Airport Services Providers Association (ASPA) challenging three new eligibility criteria for filing tenders for ground handling concession at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA).

The civil aviation ministry, the Airports Authority of India (AAI), and the MIAL (Mumbai International Airport Limited) were respondents in the matter.

The petitioner represents Indian private ground service providers who cater to domestic and international airlines besides private airport operators at various airports in the country.

“As per the new criteria, the bidder should have handled, as a ground handler, at least ten million passengers in the aggregate at international airports, which may be within or outside India. Besides, the bidder company should have a turnover of Rs 75 crore from ground handling business and the bidder should furnish a performance guarantee of Rs 100 crore,” the petitioner said

The ASPA claimed that these new conditions were unreasonable, unjust and violative of their fundamental rights. “These conditions have no nexus with the object sought to be achieved,” it said.

Hearing arguments from all sides, the HC, however, said it did not see anything unreasonable, unfair or unjust in the new conditions.

“Given the passenger traffic at the international airport in Mumbai where even some domestic airlines have their operations, we do not think that these conditions are unreasonable or having no nexus with the object sought to be achieved,” the bench said.

It said the objective of the conditions was to provide expeditious ground handling services at the airport.

“Apart from giving the passengers assistance, cleanliness and hygiene, there are several duties which are to be performed by these agencies.

“They should deploy adequate and sufficient manpower so that the services do not suffer. There could be a breakdown in the event the passenger traffic exceeds the limit, particularly during vacations and holidays. In these circumstances and to obtain most efficient services that such conditions are imposed,” the bench said and dismissed the petition.



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UP Police targeting ‘innocent’ people to get promoted: Samajwadi Party

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NEW DELHI: Accusing Uttar Pradesh Police of “staging encounters” for promotions, Samajwadi Party today alleged that two youths injured after a policeman opened fire at them on Saturday are victims of a “fake encounter“.

“Innocent man named Jitendra Yadav shot in the neck in another failed encounter bid by @noidapolice in Noida. @UPGovt trying best to keep the issue away from the media. He is fighting for his life in Fortis Hospital. @Uppolice officers shooting innocents for promotions. Plz RT,” party spokesperson Pankhuri Pathak tweeted.

Samajwadi Party

On Saturday, two people were allegedly shot at by a police personnel in Uttar Pradesh’s Noida Sector-122.

One of the injured was shot in the neck and is said to be critical. The other was shot in his leg.

“Investigations are on and if the police officer is found guilty then strict action will be taken,” Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Luv Kumar told ANI.

Earlier today, the family of Jitendra Yadav family had alleged he was shot in a “fake” encounter by Police, and said that “it was done because of our caste.”

A case has been registered in this matter.

This week, as many as 24 wanted criminals were arrested and one gangster killed in 15 police encounters reported from 10 district of the state within a span of two days.

The encounters were reported from Muzaffarnagar, Gorakhpur, Bulandshahr, Shamli, Hapur, Meerut, Saharanpur, Baghpat, Kanpur and Lucknow. In all the cases, police recovered firearms including a carbine, factory and country-made firearms apart from cash, jewellery and cars most of which was robbed by the criminals.

(With agencies inuputs)



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HC directs relief for CRPF jawan injured in 1989 terror attack

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NEW DELHI: 29 years after a CRPF jawan suffered serious injuries in a terrorist ambush, the Delhi high court has directed the Centre to grant him due financial upgrade benefits.

The court said the constable has been “unjustifiably deprived” of financial benefits to which he was entitled after being granted relaxation in the medical standards according to the policies of the ministry of home affairs and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).

A bench of justices Hima Kohli and Rekha Palli quashed and set aside the government’s June 2003 and December 2005 orders by which it had rejected the jawan’s claim for grant of benefits under the assured career progression (ACP) scheme.

“The official is held entitled to receive the first financial upgradation from the due date i.e. August 9, 1999 and the second financial upgradation under the ACP scheme from January 24, 2005, when he had completed 24 years of services,” the bench said while allowing his petition.

It, however, said that keeping in view the delay on the part of the official in approaching the court for relief, he will be granted only notional fitness in the scales and the arrears payable on the upgrades would be given only for three years prior to the date of filing of petition in 2016.

The man had approached the high court for grant of first and second financial upgrades under the ACP scheme from the due dates, by treating him to be in the appropriate medical category after grant of relaxation according to the policies.

He was appointed as a constable (GD) in the CRPF on January 24, 1981, and was re-mustered as a constable (driver) in 1984.

On July 26, 1989, while posted in the 72nd battalion at Tarn Taran in Punjab, he became a victim of an ambush attack by terrorists, when he was driving a government vehicle carrying troops.

The man said in his plea that in the attack, he suffered bullet injuries in his left eye, right arm and chest and a court of inquiry was held to enquire into the circumstances relating to the attack.

The court of inquiry came to the conclusion that the injuries sustained by the official were attributable to government service.

When the man approached the authorities seeking grant of financial upgrade under the ACP scheme, his request was turned down and he was informed that he did not fulfil the criteria as he had not undergone the pre-promotional course and was not under the required medical category.

He relied on a September 2000 government policy by which those personnel who have been placed in a low medical category due to injuries/ wounds suffered while fighting against the enemy/ militants or in accidents while on active duty, will be entitled to relaxation in medical category in certain cases.

The authorities government, however, opposed his claim on the ground that since he was in a low medical category and had admittedly not undergone a pre-promotional course, he did not fulfil the promotional norms which were mandatory for grant of financial upgrade under the ACP scheme.

The bench, however, said it was of the view that the official was entitled to get relaxation in respect of the requirement of medical category for grant of benefits under the ACP scheme.



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Modi ji first PM whose words don't mean anything: Rahul

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NEW DELHI: Congress president Rahul Gandhi today took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that the PM has failed to implement the 2015 Nagaland peace accord.

Questioning the credibility of PM’s word, the Congress president tweeted:

“August 2015, Mr Modi claims to create history by signing the NAGA accord. Feb 2018, Naga Accord is still nowhere to be found. Modi ji is the first ever Indian PM whose words don’t mean anything. #CantFindTheAccord.”

The Nagaland Peace Accord was signed in August 2015 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) to end the insurgency in the region.

Several Naga groups under the banner of Core Committee of
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Tribal Hoho and Civil Organisations (CCNTCHOC) and political parties have demanded postponement of the state polls to facilitate early resolution to the protracted Naga insurgency issue.

Earlier this week, the Congress leader had blamed the Prime Minister’s “unilateral decision” as the reason behind the “failure” of the accord.

“Nobody has understood what the Prime Minister had signed, (or) whether he had signed. This is his style. This (Naga accord) is similar to (November 8, 2016) demonetisation and implementation of Goods and Services Tax at midnight,” Gandhi told journalists.

“Modi called up then Congress President Sonia Gandhi one evening and told her we have solved the Naga problem and signed an accord. Soniaji called me and told what Modi conveyed to her. She told me to check with the then Congress Chief Ministers of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, and Manipur to find if they were aware of the accord and were consulted by the Prime Minister,” Gandhi recalled.

“They (Chief Ministers) called the MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) and were told that the MHA had no idea about the deal. Then they wrote to the Union Home Minister, and he too informed them that he had no idea what exactly the accord was,” he said.

Reacting to the crisis in Nagaland, Gandhi said: “The style of functioning of the Prime Minister has led to Nagaland’s reaction. It shows a large number of people do not believe in the Prime Minister because he has got credibility problem.”

Several Naga groups under the banner of Core Committee of Nagaland Tribal Hoho and Civil Organisations (CCNTCHOC) and political parties have demanded postponement of the state polls to facilitate early resolution to the protracted Naga insurgency issue.

(With agencies inputs)



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Isro plans landing near moon’s south pole with Chandrayaan-2

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In preparation for this touchdown, landing simulations are currently on at Isro’s Liquid Propulsion System Centre at Mahendra Giri in Tamil Nadu. The exercise involves a prototype of the lander simulating a soft landing from a height of 70-80 metres.

| TNN | Feb 4, 2018, 10:08 IST

Highlights

  • This will be the first-ever mission to soft land near the moon’s south pole, which poses a number of challenges.
  • The launch could take place either in the first quarter of 2018 or second half.

The PSLV-XL carrying India's first moon mission spacecraft 'Chandrayaan-I' (TOI File Photo)The PSLV-XL carrying India’s first moon mission spacecraft ‘Chandrayaan-I’ (TOI File Photo)

MUMBAI: With the much-awaited Chandrayaan-2 mission, India’s second flight to the moon, Isro is attempting to pull off a daredevil manoeuvre. It will be the first-ever mission to soft land near the moon’s south pole, which poses a number of challenges.

“We have identified two locations and will be choosing one. No other moon mission has landed in this area,” said former Isro chief AS Kiran Kumar on Saturday, who retired as Isro chairman last month.

In preparation for this touchdown, landing simulations are currently on at Isro’s Liquid Propulsion System Centre at Mahendra Giri in Tamil Nadu. The exercise involves a prototype of the lander simulating a soft landing from a height of 70-80 metres.

He said Chandrayaan-2’s flight hardware was getting ready and the launch could take place either in the first quarter of 2018 or second half. He said Chandrayaan-2’s flight hardware was getting ready and the launch could take place either in the first quarter of 2018 or second half. The rocket which will fly Chandrayaan-2 will be the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark II.

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    BJP on witch-hunt to hide ‘failures’: Congress

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    AICC spokesman Randeep Surjewala said, “The decision of the Delhi high court in the Bofors case established how Congress leadership, including (former PM) Rajiv Gandhi, was a victim of the smear campaign of BJP decades ago.” Surjewala added that attorney general K K Venugopal had also said there was no evidence or truth in the case.

    | Feb 4, 2018, 02:59 IST

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    NEW DELHI: Congress accused BJP of carrying out a political witch-hunt against opposition leaders to “divert people’s attention from its failures” and “save the NDA government from a public backlash in the 2019 LS elections”, a day after the CBI filed a chargesheet against former Haryana CM B S Hooda and filed an appeal in the Supreme Court against a 2004 Delhi high court ruling to bury the case.

    AICC spokesman Randeep Surjewala said, “The decision of the Delhi high court in the Bofors case established how Congress leadership, including (former PM) Rajiv Gandhi, was a victim of the smear campaign of BJP decades ago.”

    Surjewala added that attorney general K K Venugopal had also said there was no evidence or truth in the case.

    Referring to the Hooda case, he added, “Political witch-hunt, vendetta and malicious intent to seek revenge has blinded the Narendra Modi-led government and the Manohar Lal Khattar-led Haryana government in registering a series of criminal cases against Congress leaders across the country… The… false criminal cases being filed against Congress leaders exposes the sinister hallmark of the Modi government’s style of functioning,” he said.

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