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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif contests Panama charges; SC says produce money trail

Islamabad: Embattled Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday contested the graft charges against him and his family in the Supreme Court, saying the Panama probe panel did not produce any document to prove that he was the owner of the posh London flats which are at the centre of the high- profile case.

The apex court had started hearing the scandal on Monday after the JIT submitted its final report on July 10, recommending that a corruption case be file against Sharif and his family for alleged money laundering in the 1990s, when he twice served as prime minister, to purchase assets in London.

The counsel urged the court to decide it on merit and stressed that the JIT was biased and his client had done nothing illegal.

Later, finance minister Ishaq Dar's counsel began his arguments but the court adjourned the case until tomorrow.

The scandal surfaced when the Panama Papers leaks last year revealed that Sharif's sons - Hassan and Hussain - and his daughter Maryam - owned offshore companies which managed their family's properties. The assets in question include four expensive flats in Park Lane, London.

Opposition parties say the London flats were purchased through illegal money which Sharif and his family have rejected. But so far they are unable to satisfy the court about the source of money used to purchase these properties.


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Monday, 17 July 2017

Cow slaughter: Calcutta Beef Dealers' Association to meet Kolkata civic body over change in timings

Kolkata: The Calcutta Beef Dealers' Association plans to meet the Kolkata civic body regarding a change in cow slaughter timings to check illegal abattoirs in the city.

"In the state-owned Tangra slaughterhouse, cows are slaughtered between 1.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. The meat is delivered to shops in the night... So for consumers who want to have access to fresh beef, the option before them is beef sold by illegal slaughterhouses," Mohammed Ali, President, Calcutta Beef Dealers' Association told IANS.

Ali said the body will recommend to the Kolkata Municipal Corporation that the timings be shifted to early in the morning.
"If the slaughter process takes place between 5.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. then the beef can be delivered during the same day to consumers. So this means, illegal abattoirs will not get a chance to ply their business," Ali said.

In addition, Ali said it would also ease the availability of beef during festive season when the demand is high.

"We will seek an appointment with KMC officials soon," he added.


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Friday, 19 May 2017

WannaCry assault prompts Odisha police to boycott web in stations

BHUBANESWAR: As Crime Branch on Thursday starts the test into WannaCry assault in information arrangement of Berhampur healing center, the jumpy Odisha Police restricted the utilization of web in police headquarters over the state. In addition, the police looked for the help of National Technical Research Organization (NTRO), a specialized insight office under the National Security Advisor in the Prime Minister's Office, to get pieces of information about the programmers.

The DGP said he as of now addressed NTRO authorities about the WannaCry risk. "Since NTRO creates innovation abilities in information assembling and preparing, digital security and cryptology frameworks, we trust they can help us get signs about the programmers. It is hard to follow the programmers, who have been requesting pay-off in bitcoins, which includes computerized cash exchanges in obscurity," Singh said.

Wrongdoing Branch boss B K Sharma said the two PCs, which were assaulted with ransomware malware at Berhampur doctor's facility on May 13, have been sent to the scientific research center for examination. "The two people, who utilized the PCs, revealed to us that every one of the information was encoded minutes after they opened two connection documents in their own messages," Sharma said.

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Thursday, 18 May 2017

ICJ to articulate decision in Kulbhushan Jadhav case at 3:30 pm today

New Delhi/The Hague: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will on Thursday articulate its decision on India's allure looking for suspension of capital punishment granted by a Pakistani military court to its national Kulbhushan Jadhav.

"An open sitting will happen at 12 twelve (3.30 pm IST) at the Peace Palace in The Hague, amid which Judge Ronny Abraham, President of the Court, will read the court's choice".

The ICJ managing likewise made it clear that "pending the meeting of the court, the President may call upon the gatherings to act in such a path as will empower any request the court may make on the demand for temporary measures to have its fitting impacts."

The choice comes after India on Monday looked for the court's intercession for a quick suspension of capital punishment of purportedly spy Jadhav, expecting that the Indian national might be executed even before the ICJ chose the case.

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Couple shoots self in Pratapgarh, youth passes on, young lady basic

UDAIPUR: A 20-year old kid and 17-year old young lady shot themselves close to a sanctuary put at Kulthana town in Pratapgarh area in the small hours of Monday. The kid kicked the bucket in the common healing center while the young lady is conceded in Udaipur doctor's facility in genuine condition. Relationship is said to be the purpose for the suicide, in any case, the relatives of the couple said they didn't know in regards to their relationship.

"We were educated that Vinod, child of Dashrath Kumawat and Manisha, little girl of Kushali Ram Raidas had shot themselves and they were taken to the area doctor's facility. Vinod passed on there however Manisha was alluded to Udaipur. The couple deserted suicide notes in which they said they were executing themselves of their own will and nobody had constrained them for this," Pratapgarh SP Kaluram Rawat told TOI.

As per sources, the couple left home after Sunday midnight and went to the Devnarayan Devra (little sanctuary) where they even made a visual clasp of their admission. Vinod's dad told the police that he was out of station and around 2.45 am he came to think about the episode when a neighbor called him. "By all appearances it shows up Vinod shot Manisha first and afterward shot himself. They utilized a 'desi katta' to shoot. We are exploring on how they got the weapon," Rawat said. As indicated by sources, Vinod was into much religious exercises at the Devra and gone about as 'Bhopa'. The young lady's family was against her inclusion, which was the purpose behind their suicide, villagers said. 

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Monday, 8 May 2017

Best Malaysian Islamic State agent dead in Syria: Police

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's police boss said the nation's top Islamic State agent was killed in an assault in Syria a month ago.

Assessor General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar tweeted late Monday that knowledge had been gotten that Muhammad Wanndy kicked the bucket in an assault in Raqqa, Syria, on April 29. He didn't give additionally points of interest.

Muhammad Wanndy, who was conceived in the southern condition of Malacca, left for Syria with his better half in 2014. In March, the US Treasury Department recorded him under their rundown of worldwide activists.

Muslim-larger part Malaysia has confined more than 250 presumed aggressors in the course of the most recent three years, including some purportedly arranging assaults in the nation.

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Voting in progress in South Korea's Presidential race

Seoul: Voting is in progress crosswise over South Korea in the presidential race on Tuesday as the country is set to choose another pioneer following a time of political change, media reports said.

Around 42.4 million South Koreans are qualified to cast their tallies. Voting started at 6 am in 13,964 surveying stations the nation over and is planned to end at 8 p.m.

Starting at 9 am, discretionary cooperation remained at 9.4 for each penny, the National Electoral Commission (NEC) said.

Leader Moon Jae-in, 64, of the Democratic Party cast his tally at a surveying station in northwestern Seoul, together with his significant other.

"I felt the people`s sincere longing for government change to make a nation deserving of calling a nation," the previous human rights legal counselor and head of staff to late President Roh Moo-hyun, told the media.

"I beg you to unite to construct a nation deserving of being known as a nation by taking an interest in the vote until the end."

Moon`s nearest adversaries are preservationist Liberty Korea Party applicant Hong Joon-pyo and the People`s Party hopeful Ahn Cheol-soo, who is likewise a liberal. As indicated by most recent sentiment surveys, both are near 20 for each penny in the race.

Hong cast his ticket at a surveying station in southern Seoul, additionally with his better half.

"This race is a war of administration decision in which individuals will acknowledge the genius North Korea, radical organization or pick a legislature that will safeguard the free Republic of Korea," he said.

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