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CM DHAMI ORDERS POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO UKSSSC RECRUITMENT SCAM CASE

The committee constituted to look into land laws in Uttarakhand on Monday submitted its report to Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami. 

Speaking to the press, Chief Minister Dhami said, “The government will soon study the committee’s report thoroughly and consider the recommendations of the committee in the larger public interest and in the interest of the state and amend the land law. These recommendations will be discussed in the Cabinet. We will make whatever amendments have to be made to the land law.” 

CM Dhami said there have been discussions from time to time regarding the land law and he took experts onboard after taking over as chief minister.”People said that the law should be discussed, there should be an amendment on the land law. We had formed a committee for that, and that committee submitted its report to us yesterday. They have made many recommendations on that report,” he said. 

The Chief Minister said that the state government is not forbidding anyone to come to Uttarakhand. “We are not stopping the investors either, but the lands that belong to Uttarakhand should not be misused,” he said. CM Dhami said that in the last few days, there were many such cases in which reports of misuse had come to the fore, so the state government decided to study the recommendations of the land law committee.

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Malayalam actor arrested for abusing anchor during interview

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Malayalam actor arrested for abusing anchor during interview

The Maradu Police arrested Malayalam actor Sreenath Bhasi on Monday for allegedly misbehaving with a female anchor working for online media during an interview for his movie ‘Chattambi’.
A case was registered last week against Bhasi based on the journalist’s complaint that the actor used abusive words against her and other crew members during an interview to promote his latest movie Chattambi. Police will further record statements of the complainant and witnesses and also check the CCTV visuals of the hotel where the interview took place.’
Reacting to the incident, the actor said on Saturday that he “did not shout at anyone”. “It was my reaction as a normal human being,” he said.
Following the incident, another clip of an earlier interview with a male radio jockey surfaced on the internet in which Bhasi allegedly used abusive language.
Sreenath Bhasi will be playing the lead role for the first time in the movie Chattambi.

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Mumbai court extends remand of 5 PFI accused till 3 October

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A Mumbai court on Monday extended the remand of 5 PFI accused arrested in Mumbai for another 8 days.
The extension has been granted till October 3. The accused were produced before the court at the end of their 5-day remand today.
The accused were arrested on September 22 in raids by multi-agency teams led by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) across several states for alleged support to terror activities in the country.
The National Investigation Agency, Enforcement Directorate and the state police forces jointly carried out coordinated searches at the houses and offices of the PFI leaders and members across India.
Searches were conducted at 93 locations in 15 states of India in which over 100 activists of the Popular Front of India (PFI) were arrested.
The states where the raids were conducted included Andhra Pradesh (4 places), Telangana (1), Delhi (19), Kerala (11), Karnataka (8), Tamil Nadu (3), Uttar Pradesh (1), Rajasthan (2), Hyderabad (5), Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa, West Bengal, Bihar and Manipur.
The searches were conducted in connection with five cases registered by the NIA following “continued inputs and evidence” that the PFI leaders and cadres were involved in the funding of terrorism and terrorist activities, organising training camps for providing armed training and radicalising people to join banned organisations.
A large number of criminal cases were registered in different states over the last few years against the PFI and its leaders and members for their involvement in many violent acts.
Earlier on September 25, Pune Police registered a case against the protesters who allegedly raised pro-Pakistan slogans in Pune.
‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans were raised outside the District Collector’s office on Friday in Pune city where Popular Front of India (PFI) cadres gathered against the recent arrests of its leaders across the country.
Some protestors were detained by Pune police and a case was registered for unlawful assembly against protestors. Police also arrested some protestors.
“Case registered under sections of rioting and for blocking the roads at Bund Garden police station. Probe underway pertaining to videos that went viral. Stringent action to be taken against culprits,” said Sagar Patil, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Zone II, Pune.
Earlier, Pune Police had said they will probe and verify the videos and action will be taken accordingly.
“We have received some videos, we will investigate and verify them completely and take action accordingly,” the DCP had said.
Reacting to the sloganeering incident, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, who is also the state Home Minister said stringent action will be taken. “We will take stringent action against any person raising Pakistan Zindabad slogans in Maharashtra,” Fadnavis said.
Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Nitesh Rane took to Twitter and warned those raising such slogans. He also sought a ban on PFI.

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CM Bommai vows to bring BJP back to power in Karnataka

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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has vowed to bring back the Bharatiya Janata Party to power in the Assembly polls scheduled next year.
Speaking after distributing various facilities to beneficiaries of the Chamaraja Assembly constituency here on Sunday, Bommai said, “We will turn your criticism into stairs and work 24 hours a day to bring back pro-people government to power”. The Chief Minister called for the last-man delivery of the welfare schemes and said that the schemes “must make people to lead independent and self-reliant lives”.
“The programs must not remain mere slogans but must be implemented. In the name of various Bhagyas, they pushed the state to penury. Those who gave the Bhagyas were rejected by the electorate. Someone can cheat some people for some time but they cannot cheat all people all the time. With a bundle of lies and a false campaign, they cannot win people’s hearts,” he said.
Taking a veiled jibe at the Opposition, Bommai said that the “power-hungry” politicians want to “grab power”.
“The power-hungry politicians would always want to grab power but those who wish to win the place in people’s hearts don’t grab power. Many people, once they are out of power, would act like fish out of water. Anybody can become anything with the support of people but they would not have the blessings of people by going in other routes,” he said.
“The chief minister said there are two kinds of characters, Arjuna and Karna. The warrior Arjuna would need to be praised to aim and shoot but Karna would need to be criticised to hit the bull’s eye. ‘I am like Karna, how much ever you criticise, I will get more strength. I will develop the state and help the party to come back to power. We will make you stand in the place where you standing to paste the poster,” he said. Bommai’s remarks followed in the wake of Congress’ aggressive PayCM campaign targeted against him. Under the campaign, Congress had started putting up posters on public walls in various parts of Karnataka accusing the Bommai government of indulging in corruption. Karnataka is headed into elections for its Legislative Assembly early next year.

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Odisha hamlet declares itself ‘Birds Village’

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Odisha hamlet declares itself ‘Birds Village’

Govindpur village in the Bargarh district of Odisha has declared itself a ‘Birds Village’ and pledged to protect and conserve the migratory birds coming to Hirakud reservoir every year. This is the first instance in Odisha, where villagers have joined hands to keep their villages pollution-free in order to conserve and protect birds and the Hirakud landscape.
“With Govindpur village, two other adjoining villages named Tamdei and Ramkhol have also joined hands with them. All three villages promised and pledged in a recently held meeting that they will protect and conserve the migratory birds coming to Hirakud reservoir every year,” informed Anshu Pragyan Das, Divisional Forest Officer, Hirakud Wildlife Division.
“More than 2 lakh foreign birds migrate from different parts of the world to Hirakud every year during October and halt here for six months (more than 100 varieties of birds),” she said.
As per Das, many tourists from Chhattisgarh (Raigarh, Raipur etc.), Jharkhand and nearby districts like Jharsuguda, Bolangir, Sonepur, Sambalpur and all locals of Bargarh district visit these three villages for a picnic, boating and birding. Many photographers come here to photograph the temples submerged at Hirakud, the wildlife of Debrigarh that comes down to the water in the morning and evening, the beauty of the vast Hirakud Lake and forested hills within the water, and so on.
“All houses in these villages will have wall paintings of the colourful birds like Redcrested Pochard, Moorhen, Skimmer, etc. and they will as guides take tourists for boating and explain to them the interesting features of these birds, from which country they have come, why they have come,” Das added.
“To keep the landscape clean, villagers have taken the responsibility, Hirakud Division will provide all the required help, including the installation of enough dustbins for this purpose.”

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Alliance Air resumes air connectivity between Delhi and Shimla

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Alliance Air resumes air connectivity between Delhi and Shimla

After two years of Covid-19 pandemic, Alliance Air has resumed air connectivity between Himachal Pradesh and Shimla. Earlier, the resumption was to take place on 6 September. However, due to unpleasant weather circumstances, the plan was cancelled and the new date, i.e 26 September was fixed.
Yash Vardhan Singh, Deputy Engineer at Alliance Air, said, “Alliance Air has expanded its connectivity by recommencing the Delhi-Shimla-Delhi route that will operate effectively from 26 September.”
The departure time from Delhi is 7:10 a.m. and the take-off from Shimla is at 8:50 a.m. daily. The price is around Rs 2141. Furthermore, under the UDAN scheme, 50% of the seats on these flights will be discounted to Rs 2,480, with the remainder determined by the company.
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur virtually inaugurated by flagging off the new ATR-42-600 aircraft of Alliance Air. He stated that the state government is making all the possible efforts to boost air connectivity, which will help develop tourism.
The flight can carry 48 passengers on board from Delhi to Shimla, while a maximum of 24 passengers can be accommodated upon returning (Shimla to Delhi).
Commenting on the development, Himachal Pradesh BJP Chief Suresh Kashyap added that he was glad to have the flight service back in Shimla. He also stated that he had repeatedly brought up this issue with the central government and the union minister of Civil Aviation, Jyotiraditya Scindia, assured him that the flight would be resumed soon.

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10 killed as tractor-trolley falls into pond

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Ten people were killed on Monday after a tractor-trolley carrying 46 persons overturned and fell into a pond after skidding off the main road on the Itaunja-Kumhrawan road in Lucknow. The injured were admitted to Itaunja CHC.
Laxmi Singh, IG Lucknow Range, said, “Tractor’s trolley got imbalanced and overturned in a pond in Itaunja when they were going to a temple. SDRF team rushed to the spot. 37 people were rescued and are healthy. Ten people were declared dead at the hospital. “
Suryapal Gangwar, District Magistrate, Lucknow said: “ State Disaster Relief Force (SDRF) team are engaged in rescue operations on the spot. The injured have been admitted to Itaunja CHC. “
SDRF teams are on the ground helping in the rescue operations.

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