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24-Year-Old Cab Driver Arrested For Shooting At Transgender In Delhi


Police said the investigation in the case is in progress. (Representational)

New Delhi: 

A 24-year-old cab driver was arrested for allegedly shooting at a transgender following an altercation in southeast Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin area, the police said on Tuesday.

The accused has been identified as Sagar, a resident of Shashi Garden, Trilokpuri. He is believed to be a member of an interstate criminal gang led by Sunder Bhati, the police said.

The incident took place near Barapulla flyover on the intervening night of January 19 and 20.

The victim was rushed to AIIMS Trauma Centre by some passerby. 

A case was registered at Hazrat Nizamuddin police station, Chinmoy Biswal, Deputy Commissioner of Police (southeast), said.

The investigation in the case is in progress, police said.





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Indian Navy Begins Mega Coastal Defence Exercise To Check 26/11 Type Attacks


The exercise will provide a realistic assessment of Navy’s strengths and weakness. (Representational)

New Delhi: 

Ten years after the Mumbai terror attack, the Navy on Tuesday launched a first of its kind multi-agency drill, covering the entire 7,516 km-long Indian coastline and exclusive economic zone and involving 13 coastal states and Union Territories to check the efficacy of maritime security and surveillance.

Nearly 150 ships, 40 aircraft and a number of other strategic assets of the Navy and Coast Guard have been deployed as part of the ‘Sea Vigil’ exercise which is “unprecedented” in its scale and size, Navy officials said.

“The exercise aims to comprehensively and holistically validate the efficacy of the measures taken since the Mumbai terror attack,” Navy Spokesperson Capt. D K Sharma said.

He said the scale of the two-day exercise is unprecedented in terms of the geographical extent, the number of stakeholders involved, the number of units participating and in terms of the objectives to be met.

The Indian Navy and the Coast Guard have taken a series of measures to bolster coastal security after the Mumbai terror attack in which over 166 people including 28 foreigners from 10 nations were killed by a group of Pakistani terrorists.

The terrorists had sneaked into Mumbai through the sea, arriving by boat from Karachi.

Post 26/11, the Indian Navy was designated as the agency responsible for overall maritime security, including offshore and coastal security.

Capt Sharma said the exercise aims to simultaneously activate the coastal security mechanism across all states and Union Territories.

“The exercise will cover a wide frontage covering for the first time in the entire coast of India, including island territories,” he said.

All stakeholders including marine police of various coastal states and fishermen were also involved in the exercise.

Evaluation of critical areas and processes, including inter-agency coordination, information sharing and technical surveillance will be undertaken during the drill.

“Exercise Sea Vigil will provide a realistic assessment of our strengths and weakness and this will certainly help further strengthening of maritime security and in turn national security,” said Capt. Sharma.

The exercise is a build up towards the major theatre level tri-service exercise TROPEX [Theatre-level Readiness Operational Exercise] which Indian Navy conducts every two years.

There have been biannual coastal security exercises at the level of states, but for the first time an exercise involving all coastal states, island territories and all central and state agencies is being carried out.

The ‘Sea Vigil’ exercise is also being facilitated by the ministries of Defence, Home Affairs, Shipping, Petroleum and Natural Gas, Fisheries, Customs and state governments.

On the 10th anniversary of the Mumbai attack, navy Chief Adm. Sunil Lanba had said that critical gaps and vulnerabilities in the country’s coastal infrastructure have been addressed, and that a robust surveillance network comprising 42 radar stations linked to a control centre headquartered Gurgaon has been put in place.





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Delhi Cout To Hear Defamation Case By Ajit Doval’s Son Vivek Doval Against Caravan Magazine On January 30


Apart from Ajit Doval’s son Vivek Doval, two other witnesses are his friend and business partner. (File)

New Delhi: 

A Delhi court on Tuesday took cognisance of the defamation complaint filed by NSA Ajit Doval’s son Vivek Doval against a news magazine for allegedly publishing a defamatory article and posted the matter for next week.

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal posted the matter against The Caravan for January 30 when the statement of witnesses named by Vivek Doval will be recorded.

Apart from Vivek Doval, the other two witnesses are his friend Nikhil Kapoor and business partner Amit Sharma.

Vivek Doval had moved court against the magazine, the author of the article Kaushal Shroff and Congress leader Jairam Ramesh for holding a press conference on January 17 reiterating the “baseless and unfounded facts” as narrated in the article.

The Caravan, had in its January 16 online journal titled, “The D Companies” had said that Vivek Doval, “runs a hedge fund in the Cayman Islands” which is “an established tax haven” and was “registered merely 13 days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government demonetised all existing Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, in 2016”.

Vivek Doval had claimed in his complaint that the magazine was “deliberately maligning and defaming” him to “settle scores with his father”.

With regard to Jairam Ramesh, the complaint had said that the press conference addressed by him went “beyond the mere narration in the article” and that he was already geared and armed to launch an attack, “merely waiting for the publication of the article”, which could then provide a “smokescreen to the otherwise targeted and deliberate attack on the reputation of the complainant and his family”.





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iPhone XR Successor Last to Sport LCD Display, 2020 iPhone Models to Switch to OLED: Report


iPhone XR Successor Last to Sport LCD Display, 2020 iPhone Models to Switch to OLED: Report

iPhone XR sports an LCD Display, and comes with a notch

Apple began adopting OLED display panels since the launch of iPhone X, and now it is reportedly looking to phase out LCD displays completely by 2020. A new report suggests that this year the iPhone XR successor will be the last to sport an LCD display, and 2020 variants will all switch to OLED panels. The report also claims that the iPhone XR’s poor performance has cost Japan Display heavily, and the company is looking for a bailout from Taiwan’s TPK Holdings and Chinese state-owned Silk Road Fund.

A new Wall Street Journal report suggests that Apple looks to completely drop LCD display integration in is iPhones by 2020. Notably, this reiterates an earlier WSJ report that cited some people familiar with the matter to claim the company would stick to only OLED displays in 2020. The earlier report also claimed the 2019 iPhone XR successor will be the last to sport an LCD Display, and from 2020, Apple will ditch LCD Displays completely.

LCD displays require a standalone separate backlight component, and are less flexible than OLED displays. Even though OLED is expensive, Apple has been shifting to it in a phased manner, with this year’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max variants both sporting OLED displays.

Japan Display, supplier of LCD Displays to Apple, has suffered heavily due to this transition, and to add more gashes to its wound, the iPhone XR was not received well in the market – the report adds The let-down has cost the company huge financial losses, and it is reported to be in advanced talks with Taiwan’s TPK Holdings and Chinese state-owned Silk Road Fund for a bailout. The investment would trade for a 30 percent stake in the display-making company.

Most OEMs are shifting to OLED displays for its premium smartphone range, and LCD displays are now mostly found on mid-range and low-end smartphones. Ditching LCD displays altogether in 2020, Apple may be looking at an ambitious change in the iPhones slated to launch next year.

As for 2019, reports reiterate that the iPhone XR successor will sport an LCD display. The company is reported to launch three iPhones this year as well – the top-end model is also tipped to launch with a triple rear camera setup, while the other two will sport dual rear camera setups. Another report claimed the 2019 iPhone models may sport a USB Type-C port instead of a Lightning port A recent report also suggests that the iPhone XR successor will sport the same LTE Antenna setup as the iPhone XS Max (4×4 MIMO antenna layouts), instead of the 2×2 MIMO setup for LTE.



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21 day chance for Non filers income tax details


खास बातें

  1. आयकर विवरण न भरने वालों को 21 दिन का मौका
  2. न मानने पर चलेगा मुकदमा
  3. केंद्रीय प्रत्यक्ष कर बोर्ड ने यह जानकारी दी

नई दिल्ली:

ऊंचे मूल्य के लेनदेन करने वाले ऐसे लोग जिन्होंने आकलन वर्ष 2018-19 के लिए अपना आयकर रिटर्न जमा नहीं कराया है, उन्हें रिटर्न जमा कराने या जवाब देने के लिए 21 दिन का समय मिलेगा. केंद्रीय प्रत्यक्ष कर बोर्ड (सीबीडीटी) ने मंगलवार को यह जानकारी दी. आयकर विभाग से रिटर्न दाखिल नहीं करने के बारे में ई-मेल या एसएमएस मिलने के दिन से 21 दिन की अवधि शुरू होगी. ऐसे मामले जिनमें आकलन वर्ष 2018-19 के लिए न तो रिटर्न जमा कराया जाता है और न ही कोई जवाब दिया जाता है, तो विभाग उनके खिलाफ आयकर कानून, 1961 के तहत कार्रवाई करने पर विचार करेगा. 

इनकम टैक्स में दी जा सकती है बड़ी छूट, बजट 2019 में मध्यवर्ग को राहत दे सकती है मोदी सरकार

सीबीडीटी ने कहा कि आंकड़ों के विश्लेषण से पता चलता है कि कई ऐसे संभावित करदाता हैं जिन्होंने 2017-18 में ऊंचे मूल्य के लेनदेन किए हैं लेकिन आकलन वर्ष 2018-19 के लिए रिटर्न दाखिल नहीं किया है. हालांकि, सीबीडीटी ने ऐसे लोगों की संख्या का खुलासा नहीं किया है. सीबीडीटी ने कहा कि रिटर्न दाखिल नहीं करने वालों से आग्रह किया जाता है कि वे 21 दिन के भीतर आकलन वर्ष 2018-19 के लिए रिटर्न दाखिल करें या अपना जवाब दें. यदि उनका स्पष्टीकरण संतोषजनक माना जाता है तो इस मामले को ऑनलाइन ही बंद कर दिया जाएगा. 

लोकसभा चुनाव से पहले मोदी सरकार का दांव: अपने आखिरी बजट में बढ़ा सकती है आयकर छूट की सीमा

सीबीडीटी ने स्पष्ट किया कि ऐसे मामले जिनमें न तो रिटर्न दाखिल किया गया है और न ही कोई संतोषजनक जवाब मिला है उनके खिलाफ आयकर कानून, 1961 के तहत कार्रवाई शुरू की जाएगी.

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Delhi Commission For Women Seeks Action Over Death Of 21 Children In Hospital


The children had allegedly died due to non-availability of diphtheria vaccine. (Representational)

NEW DELHI: 

The Delhi Commission For Women has asked Delhi Police to begin criminal prosecution against state health department officials and hospital authorities over the death of 21 children last year at a government-run hospital in Delhi.

Twenty-one children had died last year at Delhi’s Maharishi Valmiki Infectious Diseases Hospital, allegedly due to non-availability of diphtheria vaccine.

Delhi Commission for Women chief Swati Maliwal alleged that the deaths of the children were due to “criminal negligence and seemingly corrupt conduct” of North Municipal Corporation of Delhi authorities.

“…it may be the case that funds meant for upkeep and upgradation of the hospital were mismanaged,” Ms Maliwal said in the notice.

Ms Maliwal demanded that an FIR be filed against the health department and hospital authorities and a proper investigation be undertaken in the matter.

She has asked Delhi Police to provide an action taken report in the matter by January 31.

The commission has also quoted a North MCD report that says the stock of anti-diphtheria vaccine was completely consumed by December 2, 2017, and till September 22, 2018– for over nine months– there was not even a single dose of anti-diphtheria serum available in the hospital.

“There was no ICU or high dependency facilities for sick patients. Antiarrhythmic drugs were not available. Tracheostomy facilities and operation theatre services were not available. Ambulance, X-Ray and laboratory services were not available,” the DCW said.





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20 Kg Ganja Seized From IndiGo’s Cargo Warehouse At Imphal Airport


IndiGo in a statement confirmed the development about the recovery. (Representational)

Imphal/Mumbai: 

Manipur Police allegedly recovered 20 kg of ganja from the cargo warehouse of budget carrier IndiGo at the Imphal airport on Tuesday, according to an official release.

IndiGo, in a statement, confirmed the development and said its staff members “suspected” contraband items in a cargo consignment and informed the authorities concerned.

The banned cannabis was found “concealed” among vegetables in a consignment and recovered by the sleuths of the Manipur Narcotics and Affairs of Border (NAB), the release said.

“On receiving an information, a team of NAB seized 20 kg of contraband ganja on January 22 which were found concealed among vegetable baggage from inside the air cargo warehouse of IndiGo at Imphal airport,” the release said.

“IndiGo confirms that during a cargo screening process at the Imphal airport this morning, our staff suspected contraband items in a cargo consignment,” the airline spokesperson said in the statement.

A case has been registered and investigation is going on, the official release said.





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INDvsNZ: New Zealand team has dominated in Nepier ODIs, but this time Team India is better prepared


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Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik To Follow PM Modi’s Trail In Odisha: Report


Naveen Patnaik will address a rally in Khurda in near future. (File)

Bhubaneswar: 

Ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) president and Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has planned to follow Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s trail and address public meetings where the opposition BJP held congregations during the past few months.

As PM Modi addressed three public meetings at Khurda, Baripada and Bolangir between December 24 and January 15, Mr Patnaik too has plans to speak to the people in those places, a senior party official said.

“The BJD president has decided to visit all the places where Prime Minister Modi had addressed public meetings in the past two months,” he said.

PM Modi had addressed a public meeting at Jharsuguda in western Odisha on September 22 last year. Mr Patnaik would visit the place on Thursday.

“We are planning a congregation of more than 1 lakh people at BJD president and chief minister’s meeting at Jharsuguda,” the leader said.

As PM Modi had visited Bolangir, another western Odisha district on January 15, the BJD supremo will also visit that place on January 24, he said.

Similarly, Mr Patnaik will visit Baripada, the district headquarters of tribal dominated Mayurbhanj district on January 30. PM Modi had addressed a public meeting there on January 5.

As Khurda is only 20 km from state capital Bhubaneswar, the chief minister will address a meeting there in near future.
 





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