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Kerala Court Rejects Clean Chit To KM Mani In Bar Bribery Case


Thiruvananthapuram: 

In a setback to former finance minister and Kerala Congress (M) chairman KM Mani, a court in Kerala capital Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday rejected a Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau (VACB) report giving him clean chit in the bar bribery case.

Inquiry commissioner and special judge (Vigilance) D Ajithkumar refused to accept the agency’s report and directed that further investigation into the case be carried out after getting necessary sanction from the government.

The vigilance court posted the case to December 10 after hearing a bunch of petitions, including that of CPI(M) veteran VS Achuthanandan, ruling LDF convenor A Vijayaraghavan, BJP leader V Muraleedharan and hotelier Biju Ramesh, challenging the VACB report.

The case pertains to the allegation by Kerala State Bar Hotel Owners’ Association that it had paid Rs 1 crore as bribe to Mr Mani for getting a favourable decision to reopen closed liquor bars in 2013-14.

The graft charge was raised by the association’s working president Biju Ramesh, who had alleged that Mani had demanded Rs 5 crore as bribe and accepted Rs 1 crore for reopening around 400 closed foreign liquor bars.

The bar bribery case had rocked the previous Congress-led UDF government headed by Oommen Chandy. KM Mani resigned as state finance minister in November 2015 following an observation by the Kerala High Court in the case.

The judge also criticised the manner in which the VACB handled the case and observed that the investigating officer had not complied with many of the directives issued by the court.

Citing an example, the court said the officer had not collected details regarding the quantum of amount collected by the bar owners, allegedly to be given as bribe to Mr Mani. The VACB report had stated that there was no evidence available to prove that he had received a bribe.

Reacting to the court order, 85-year-old Mani said that he was ready to face any probe and truth will triumph.

“I don’t have any anxiety or worry over the court order. I will fight till I get justice,” he told reporters in Kottayam.

Welcoming the court order, Mr Achuthanandan said the state government should accord sanction for further investigation in the case at the earliest. Senior minister EP Jayarajan said the government would act according to the court order.

Leader of the opposition in the Assembly Ramesh Chennithala said he would respond after getting the details of the court order.

KM Mani’s Kerala Congress (M) had quit the Congress-led UDF in August 2016 over the bar bribery scam. The party returned to the UDF fold in June 2018 after a patch-up worked out between the KC(M) and the Congress.





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PM Narendra Modi Launches Swachhata Hi Seva Movement For A Clean India


Swachhata Hi Seva LIVE Updates: PM Modi Launches Movement For Clean India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ movement today (File Photo)

New Delhi: 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ movement today. The campaign for a Swachh Bharat or clean India will now be made into a movement which aims to ensure a high standard of cleanliness across the country before Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary on October 2, 2019. Prime Minister Modi has urged all Indians to be a part of this mass movement. In a series of tweets, Prime Minister Modi said, “On October 2, we mark the start of Gandhi Ji’s 150th birth anniversary. It is also the day Swachh Bharat Mission completes 4 years of being a historic mass movement aimed at fulfilling Bapu’s dream of a Clean India. I salute all those working towards a Swachh Bharat!”

“The ‘Swachhata Hi Seva Movement’ commences on 15th September. This is a great way to pay tributes to Bapu. Come, be a part of this movement and strengthen the efforts to create a Swachh Bharat!” he tweeted.

Here are the LIVE Updates of the Swachhata Hi Seva movement:

“The ‘Swachhata Hi Seva Movement’ commences on 15th September. This is a great way to pay tributes to Bapu. Come, be a part of this movement and strengthen the efforts to create a Swachh Bharat!” PM Modi tweeted.

Prime Minister Modi has urged all Indians to be a part of this mass movement. In a series of tweets, Prime Minister Modi said, “On October 2, we mark the start of Gandhi Ji’s 150th birth anniversary. It is also the day Swachh Bharat Mission completes 4 years of being a historic mass movement aimed at fulfilling Bapu’s dream of a Clean India. I salute all those working towards a Swachh Bharat!”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ movement today. The campaign for a Swachh Bharat or clean India will now be made into a movement which aims to ensure a high standard of cleanliness across the country before Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary on October 2, 2019.





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Mallika Sherawats Vegan Salad Will Inspire You To Eat Clean This Weekend!


Highlights

  • Mallika Sherawat is kickstarting her weekend on a healthy note
  • Mallika posted a picture of a vegan salad on her Instagram
  • A number of celebs are turning vegan

Bollywood actor Mallika Sherawat may not be making frequent appearance on the Indian silver screen, but she has been making headlines every now and then. Recently, the actor made headlines for locking herself up in a cage to promote ‘Free a Girl’ initiative, for which she is the brand ambassador. She also made head-turning appearances at the red carpet at Cannes Film Festival 2018. Additionally, Mallika Sherawat is starring in an episode of a web series called ‘The Story’. Sherawat is quite social media savvy and regularly posts pictures and videos from her travels and daily life. She also often posts pictures of vegan meals and drinks, convincing us that even meat-free food can be delicious.

Case in point is today, when Mallika Sherawat posted a picture of a vegan salad bowl on her Instagram stories. The meal looks wholesome and quite appetising. From what we can make out, Mallika Sherawat’s vegan salad is high in fats, thanks to the ripe green avocados, and low in carbs. “My favourite food, yumm”, Sherawat wrote about the very green vegan salad.

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Doesn’t that look delicious? Mallika Sherawat is inspiring us to eat healthy! But, it’s not just about salads for Sherawat. She also indulges in vegan burgers. Have a look:

“A juicy Vegan burger, on quinoa bread, yummmm”, wrote Mallika on Instagram. Even her teas are vegan.

“Chai in the Mumbai monsoon tastes even better (the chai I have is with Almond milk)”, she wrote on Instagram. Mallika Sherawat is among a growing crop of celebrities, who are going vegan, as more and more people associate themselves with the cause of cruelty-free food. However, vegan (meat- and dairy-free) food is still a luxury as vegan products are expensive and less frequently available in the markets. Well, we are inspired to eat clean and healthy by just looking at this salad. Aren’t you?





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At Relief Camp In Flood-Hit Kerala, Clean Water, Power Are Tough Asks


Women at a relief camp in Kerala’s Ernaculum said the water they get is not clean.

Thiruvananthapuram: 

No electricity, no clean drinking water, no mat to sleep on — people at a relief camp in rural Ernakulum say their living condition is difficult indeed. The camp is just one of the 3,000 across Kerala where more than 6 lakh people have found shelter. Many of them have lost their homes in the worst monsoon in a century that has been at its most furious since August 8.

For senior citizens at the camp, the situation is trying — despite their age and related problems, they have to sleep on the cold floor without even a rudimentary mattress or sheets. one of the women, who is 68, told NDTV that her arthritis has worsened since she got her.

But the biggest problem, the people say, is the lack of electricity. Unable to charge their cellphones, they can’t inform their families that they are safe.

One of the women said the water given to them is not clean, but they have neither the means nor the knowledge to purify it.

Home Minister of Telangana Naini Narshimha Reddy has said 50 RO machines worth Rs 2.5 crore will be airlifted from Telangana’s Begumpet to Kerala shortly to provide clean drinking water.

Lack of clean drinking water is tied to fear of diseases, which is the next big concern for authorities, especially now the floodwater has started receding in some areas.

The red alert in the state that had been in place for days, was finally removed this warning. But some districts still have orange and yellow alerts — a warning for specific areas or communities.

The state has enough food, Chief Minister PInarayi Vijayan has said, but the problem is transporting it. Much of the road network in the state has been submerged in the floods.





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Jodhpur most clean railway station, know what is the most dirty station this year


नई दिल्ली: तीसरे स्वच्छता सर्वेक्षण में राजस्थान के जोधपुर व मारवाड़ रेलवे स्टेशन सबसे स्वच्छ घोषित किए गए, जबकि प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी के लोकसभा निर्वाचन क्षेत्र वाराणसी का स्टेशन इस सर्वेक्षण में फिसलकर 69वें स्थान पर आ गया. सोमवार को स्वच्छता सर्वेक्षण रिपोर्ट को जारी करते हुए रेलमंत्री पीयूष गोयल ने कहा, “जोधपुर ए-1 स्टेशन श्रेणी के तहत सबसे स्वच्छ स्टेशन के रूप में सामने आया है. बीते साल विशाखापट्नम पहले स्थान पर था.” उन्होंने कहा कि राजस्थान की राजधानी जयपुर का स्टेशन दूसरे नंबर पर है और आंध्र प्रदेश का तिरुपति स्टेशन तीसरे स्थान पर है. पिछले सर्वेक्षण में जोधपुर 17वें स्थान पर, जबकि जयपुर व तिरुपति क्रमश: 18वें व 19वें स्थान पर थे.

किकी चैलेंज पड़ा महंगा, कोर्ट ने तीन लोगों को सुनाई रेलवे स्टेशन साफ करने की सजा


वाराणसी रेलवे स्टेशन देश के सबसे व्यस्त 75 स्टेशनों में इस साल 69वें स्थान पर पहुंच गया. यह स्टेशन स्वच्छता सर्वेक्षण में 2017 में 14वें स्थान पर था. मथुरा रेलवे स्टेशन ए-1 स्टेशन श्रेणी में सबसे गंदा स्टेशन घोषित किया गया. दरभंगा स्टेशन इस साल 52वें स्थान पर रहा. इस स्टेशन को 2017 में सबसे गंदा स्टेशन घोषित किया गया था. ए-1 श्रेणी के स्टेशनों में दिल्ली के आनंद विहार रेलवे स्टेशन ने अपना पांचवां स्थान बनाए रखा, जबकि निजामुद्दीन व पुरानी दिल्ली स्टेशन क्रमश: 54वें व 60वें स्थान पर रहे. बीते साल पुरानी दिल्ली व हजरत निजामुद्दीन क्रमश: 23वें व 24वें स्थान पर थे.

रेलवे के 2 हजार स्टेशनों पर लगेंगी प्लास्टिक बोतल नष्ट करने की मशीनें

रेलवे स्टेशनों की स्वच्छता का आंकलन करने के लिए साफ शौचालय, स्वच्छ पटरियां व डस्टबिन जैसे कुछ मानक तय किए गए थे. रेलवे ने स्वच्छता के आंकलन के लिए तीसरे पक्ष से एक सर्वेक्षण कराया था. यह सर्वेक्षण भारतीय गुणवत्ता परिषद (क्यूसीआई) ने किया, जिसके तहत 407 स्टेशनों को शामिल किया गया. इसमें 75 ए-1श्रेणी में और 332 ए श्रेणी में शामिल हैं. पहला सर्वेक्षण आईआरसीटीसी ने 2016 में किया था, दूसरा क्यूसीआई ने किया था.

रेल मंत्री ने कहा कि ए श्रेणी के रेलवे स्टेशनों में राजस्थान का मारवाड़ पहले और फुलेरा दूसरे नंबर पर रहा. आंध्र का वारंगल स्टेशन इस श्रेणी में तीसरे स्थान पर रहा. मारवाड़ 2017 के स्वच्छ स्टेशनों की सूची में 168वें स्थान पर था, जबकि फुलेरा 219वें व वारंगल 2017 में आठवें स्थान पर था.

मुंबई : बैग सामने लटकाएं पीछे नहीं, लोकल ट्रेन और स्टेशन पर चोरी से बचने के लिए पुलिस की सलाह

उत्तर प्रदेश का शाहगंज स्टेशन ए श्रेणी के तहत सबसे गंदा स्टेशन रहा. गोयल ने कहा कि उत्तर पश्चिमी रेलवे (एनडब्ल्यूआर) सफाई जोन की सूची में सबसे शीर्ष पर है. पीयूष ने कहा, “एनडब्ल्यूआर बीते साल आठवें नंबर पर था. इस साल इसने सूची में शीर्ष स्थान पाया है. यह टीम के बीते एक साल में बेहतरीन तरीके के कार्य को दिखाता है.”

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दक्षिणी मध्य रेलवे (एससीआर) को दूसरे सबसे स्वच्छ जोन के रूप में घोषित किया गया है. एससीआर बीते साल चौथे स्थान पर था. पूर्वी तटीय रेलवे (ईसीआर) को स्वच्छता जोन में तीसरा स्थान मिला है.

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UP School Turns Into Train For Students, To Promote “Clean India Mission”


The building has been designed as an electric locomotive.

Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh: 

A state-run school in Uttar Pradesh’s Firozabad district now resembles a train after its walls were painted and the classrooms were turned into coaches. The freshly painted school has been named the “Swachhata Express” by the district administration, which aims to increase student enrolment and spread awareness about the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan through this exercise.

The building has been designed as an electric locomotive and its walls painted red to resemble rail coaches. About 170 students study between Class 1 and 8 here. The school has only eight teachers.

“We have been trying to make education more attractive for our students. So we thought of modifying the building to resemble a train on a platform. We named it Swachhta Express to spread the message of cleanliness among the children,” said Neha Sharma, District Magistrate of Firozabad.

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The refurbished school building has grabbed a host of eyeballs in the area.

The UP government has identified 10 more schools in Firozabad which will be designed around similar concepts. The experiment will be extended to other districts as well, an official said.

The refurbished school building has grabbed a host of eyeballs in the area. The images were also released on social media by the district administration on Thursday.

“People from my village came to see my school. It really looks like a train. I love going to school, but this makes it even more exciting,” said Shivru, a Class 7 student.

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The UP government has identified 10 schools in Firozabad which will be designed around similar concepts.

The quality of education at government schools across Uttar Pradesh has been a huge challenge for the most populous state with the worst teacher pupil ratio in the country. There is only one teacher for every 39 students at the primary level, according to government survey conducted in 2015-16.

Uttar Pradesh and its neighbour Bihar have filled only half the total vacancies in teaching posts at the primary school level, according to a statement by the government in the Lok Sabha. According to the government, school enrollment has come down this year as compared to the previous year and it has not been able to distribute uniforms and textbooks to children on time.





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After Kiki Video On Train, Court Orders Mumbai YouTubers To Clean Station


Two of the men have YouTube channel, on which they posted the challenge video.

Mumbai: 

A local court in Maharashtra’s Palghar district ordered three people to clean the Vasai railway station for three consecutive days for posting a video which showed them taking the “Kiki challenge” on a moving train.

The viral Kiki challenge involves jumping out of a moving vehicle and dancing to Drake’s song “In My Feelings”.

The video, shot by Shyam Sharma (24), Dhruv (23) and Nishant (20) at Western Railway’s Vasai station, had gone viral on social media after it was uploaded a week ago and had been viewed by over 1.5 lakh people.

A senior Railway Protection Force official said that they were arrested and produced in the Vasai railway court which ordered them to clean the local railway station for three consecutive days and also inform passengers to desist from stunts like the Kiki challenge.

“The railway court ordered that the three men would clean all platforms of Vasai station from 11am to 2pm and then, between 3pm to 5pm, will create awareness among commuters of the dangers of stunts like the Kiki challenge,” the official said.

“We arrested Shyam Sharma from a mall yesterday and he revealed the whereabouts of the other two, who too were arrested soon after. Sharma has previously worked in television serials while the other two have a channel on YouTube,” the official said.

They had been arrested under sections 145 B (indecency or nuisance), 147 (entering railway premises or damaging property) 154 (endangering safety of passengers) and 156 (performing stunts) of the Indian Railway Act, he said.

These sections entail a jail sentence of up to one year and a fine of Rs 500, the official informed.

Earlier, police from several states have cautioned people against taking the Kiki challenge since it poses a danger to their lives as well as that of others.

“Not just a risk for you but your act can put life of others at risk too. Desist from public nuisance or face the music#DanceYourWayToSafety #InMySafetyFeelingsChallenge,” the Mumbai police had tweeted earlier. 
 

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Mumbai court orders Kiki challenge takers to clean Vasai railway station


मुंबई: सोशल मीडिया पर वायरल हो रहे किकी चैलेंज को पूरा करने के लिए लोग नए-नए स्टंट कर रहे हैं. यह जान कर भी कि यह उनकी जान के लिए खतरनाक हो सकता है. लोगों के इस तरह के स्टंट के वीडियो सोशल मीडिया पर वायरल हो रहे हैं, लेकिन रेलवे पुलिस ने एक ऐसे ही वायरल वीडियो के लिए तीन युवकों को गिरफ्तार किया है. महाराष्ट्र के पालघर जिले में एक स्थानीय अदालत ने किकी चैलेंज का वीडियो पोस्ट करने वाले तीन लोगों को अनूठी सजा सुनाई. कोर्ट ने तीनों युवकों को वसई रेलवे स्टेशन पर लगातार तीन दिन तक सफाई करने की सजा सुनाई है. इन तीनों युवको ने चलती ट्रेन में ‘किकी चैलेंज’ पूरा किया था. श्याम शर्मा, ध्रुव और निशांत नाम के तीन युवकों ने पश्चिम रेलवे के वसई स्टेशन पर वीडियो बनाया था, जिसमें यह तीनों युवक चलती ट्रेन में ‘किकी चैलेंज’ के पूरा करते हुए दिख रहे हैं.

आंटी ने चलती गाड़ी से उतरकर किया डांस, हॉर्न बजा रहे ड्राइवर का किया बुरा हाल.. देखें Video


सोशल मीडिया पर वीडियो वायरल हो जाने के बाद रेलवे सुरक्षा बल ने तीनों युवकों को गिरफ्तार कर वसई रेलवे कोर्ट में पेश किया. रेलवे कोर्ट ने तीनों युवकों को तीन दिन तक स्थानीय रेलवे स्टेशन को साफ करने का आदेश देने के साथ-साथ उनसे रेलयात्रियों को किकी चैलेंज जैसे स्टंट से दूर रहने के बारे में जानकारी देने को भी कहा है.

#kikichallenge करने के चक्कर में हुआ खतरनाक हादसा, Video Viral

अधिकारी ने बताया कि रेलवे अदालत ने आदेश दिया है कि तीनों वसई रेलवे स्टेशन के सभी प्लेटफार्म को सुबह 11 बजे से दोपहर 2 बजे तक और इसके बाद दोपहर 3 बजे से शाम 5 बजे तक साफ करेंगे, साथ ही यात्रियों को किकी चैलेंज जैसे खतरनाक स्टंट के बारे में भी जागरूक करेंगे. अधिकारियों ने बताया कि इन सभी को भारतीय रेल अधिनियम की संबंधित धाराओं के तहत गिरफ्तार किया गया है. इन धाराओं के तहत एक साल तक की जेल और 500 रुपये के जुर्माने का प्रावधान है.

VIDEO: बैलों के साथ किया ‘किकी चैलेंज’, वीडियो हुआ वायरल

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गौरतलब है कि किकी चैलेंज की शुरुआत कनाडा के रैपर ड्रेक ने की थी. इस चैलेंज की शुरुआत करते हुए ड्रेक ने चलते हुए वाहन से कूदकर अपने गीत ‘इन माई फीलिंग्स’ पर डांस किया था. जिसके बाद से यह वीडियो सोशल मीडिया पर वायरल हो गया.

(इस खबर को एनडीटीवी टीम ने संपादित नहीं किया है. यह सिंडीकेट फीड से सीधे प्रकाशित की गई है।)



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