Centre Orders Pre-Mature Retirement Of Madhya Pradesh IPS Officer


IPS officer Mayank Jain was suspended after Lokayukta police raided (Representational)

Bhopal: 

The Centre, acting on the recommendation of the Madhya Pradesh government, has decided to prematurely retire a 1995 batch Indian Police Service officer “in public interest” with immediate effect, an official said today.

IPS officer Mayank Jain (51) was suspended after the Lokayukta police raided his properties in May 2014 claiming to have unearthed illegal wealth allegedly amassed by him.

The state government in March had asked the Centre to prematurely retire Mr Jain, an official said, adding that such retirement might be the first for an IPS officer serving in the state.

“The Central government after careful consideration of the proposal of the state government and the performance of Mayank Jain, IPS (MP-1995) has come to the conclusion that the officer is not fit to be retained in service in public interest,” the order from the Centre read.

“The Central government has, therefore, decided to retire Mayank Jain prematurely from service, in public interest with immediate effect,” it added.

The order of the Centre stated that the action against Mr Jain was being taken under sub rule 3 of Rule 16 of the All India Services (Death Cum Retirement Benefits) Rules, 1958.

State Home Department Principal Secretary Malay Shrivastava told PTI that the state government would serve the Centre’s order, dated August 13, to Mr Jain on Monday. 





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England Women’s Team Star Orders Arjun Tendulkar Not To Slack Off During Groundsman Duties


England women’s cricket star Danielle Wyatt and son of India cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, Arjun, seem to share a great friendship. The duo have been spotted enjoying each other’s company in England. Arjun Tendulkar, who recently made his debut for the Indian U-19 team in Sri Lanka, is in London training with the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) youth setup. The young all-rounder has been helping out with the groundsman duties at Lord’s and was even pictured selling radios outside the iconic ground. With rain a constant in the Lord’s Test between India and England, Arjun Tendulkar has been hard at work but that still didn’t stop England women’s team star Danielle Wyatt from urging the Indian youngster to get to work.

Wyatt posted a video on her Instagram story, in which she can be heard urging Arjun to get back to his groundsman duties at Lord’s. 

A Twitter user shared that video on his page.

A few days back, none other than India spinner Harbhajan Singh bumped into Arjun while he was selling radios outside Lord’s. The veteran off-spinner took to Twitter to post a picture with the caption reading: “Look who selling radios @HomeOfCricket today.. sold 50 rush guys only few left junior @sachin_rt #Goodboy”.

While Arjun has been in the spotlight for his off-field doings at Lord’s, he made the news last month for his on-field performances.

He was selected in the India U-19 squad for the Youth Test-series against Sri Lanka and ended up claiming a wicket in his first over of that match.

Meanwhile, for India, Lord’s Test turned out to be a nightmare as hosts England inflicted a crushing an innings and 159-run defeat on the visitors to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match Test series.





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Madhya Pradesh Government Orders Regular Inspection Of Women’s Hostels


Similar rules will also be framed for private hostels to ensure safety of inmates.(File)

Bhopal: 

The Madhya Pradesh government today ordered monthly inspection of women’s hostels in the state, after an inmate of a facility for differently-abled women was allegedly raped by its director.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has issued directions to officials in this regard to prevent recurrence of such incidents at women’s hostels and orphanages.

The director of a hostel for speech and hearing impaired women in the Awadhpuri area in Bhopal was arrested on Wednesday night for allegedly raping a 20-year-old deaf and mute tribal inmate.

“I have taken a meeting of the officials concerned and directed them to conduct monthly inspections of such (state) aided and unaided facilities where girls are residing,” Mr Chouhan told reporters at his residence.

“The inspection will be carried out by the collector and superintendent of police in each district on a monthly basis,” he said.

Mr Chouhan said similar rules will also be framed for private hostels to ensure safety of inmates.

“Rules will be framed for private hostels, too, to ensure girls remain safe there. Such incidents are very painful and already the accused person has been arrested,” Mr Chouhan said.





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Supreme Court Orders Closure Of 27 Tamil Nadu Resorts In Elephant Corridors


The Supreme court posted the matter for hearing on October 24.

New Delhi: 

Clamping down on resorts operating without approval in elephant corridor of Nilgiris area, the Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Tamil Nadu government to seal or close down within 48 hours 27 such commercial establishments.

The top court perused the report placed before it by the district collector of Nilgiris which said that resorts with restaurant were operating in the area even though they do not have approval for the same.

A bench headed by Justice Madan B Lokur said that out of 39 resorts mentioned in the report, lawyers were not present on behalf of 27 such commercial establishments.

“There is no one present on behalf of the remaining 27 resorts. It is deemed that they accept the report of the collector. The report is to the effect that they are running commercial enterprises even though they do not have approval for the same,” the bench, also comprising justices S Abdul Nazeer and Deepak Gupta, said.

“They are directed to be closed down or sealed by the collector. We have requested counsel for the state to do the needful within 48 hours,” the bench said.

The top court granted 48 hours time to the remaining 12 resorts to produce all documents showing approval and valid title and possession for running resorts before the collector.

“In case, the collector finds that the documentation is incomplete or approval not granted, she should close down and seal the premises immediately thereafter,” it said.

Regarding others, whose names were mentioned in the report, the bench said that necessary documents might be produced before the collector for verification within a period of two months from Thursday.

The court posted the matter for hearing on October 24.

During the hearing, the bench said that elephants were our “national heritage” and expressed displeasure as to how constructions had come up in elephant corridor of Nilgiris.

During an earlier hearing, one of the applicants who had raised this issue before the court had alleged that several hotels and resorts had come up in the elephant corridor areas of Tamil Nadu.

The bench had earlier made it clear that no construction activity would be carried out in those areas of the state and asked the collector of Nilgiris, where the hotels and resorts have come up, to file a report in this regard.

It had also asked the collector to inform the court as to how these establishments could be identified, when were they built and how.

The applicant had also told the court that around 18,000 elephants came to Tamil Nadu during the monsoon season and the court should direct that the power connection to these resorts and hotels be snapped.

The owners of some of these hotels and resorts have also filed appeals in the top court against a Madras High Court order against them in this regard.

The top court had earlier said it was “extremely unfortunate” that several states had not responded to two communications sent by the Centre on the issue of elephant corridors to curb incidents of human-animal conflict and reduce animal fatalities.

It had stressed on the need to have elephant corridors across the country to reduce animal fatalities due to accidents and other reasons and asked the Centre to come up with some “workable solution” in this regard.

The Centre had told the court that there were 27 “critical” elephant corridors in 22 states across the country.





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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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Philippine President Orders Destruction Of 76 Luxury Vehicles Worth $5.5 Million





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The demolished cars included the likes of Lamborghini, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and more

About 76 luxury vehicles and motorcycles worth over $5.5 million (Around ₹ 37.70 crore) were destroyed in the Cagayan province of Philippines under a directive of President Rodrigo Duterte. In fact, the President was present at the site when the luxury vehicles were being bulldozed. While the sight is sure to be gut wrenching for anyone with an inclination towards cars, the directive was a sign of the country’s stringent policies against corruption and criminal activities.

The vehicles including the likes of Porsche, Lamborghini, Mercedes-Benz, Harley-Davidson bikes and more were smuggled into the country and seized by authorities. The crushed luxury cars were all part of the total of 800 vehicles that were illegally imported into the Philippines, a government release said.

Since his election in 2016, President Duterte has been vocal about his fight against corruption, while justifying his brutal war on drugs, purging of journalists and mass dismissal of government officials. The President has also said that the destruction of smuggled cars was necessary “to show to the world that we [Philippines] have a viable place of investment and business.”

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This is not the first time confiscated luxury cars were bulldozed in Philippines in full public view. Back in February, the President had ordered a similar exercise for the destruction of 30 luxury vehicles. The rationale behind the destruction has been that selling confiscated cars at auction would allow crime syndicates to bid for them under false identities.

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Xi Jinping Orders China’s Military PLA To Shut Its Kindergartens, Businesses


China’s military has been ordered by President Xi Jinping to stop running kindergartens and other businesses and focus on fighting, as he attempts to overhaul the world’s largest army.

Xi said during a meeting of the Communist Party’s 25-member Politburo on Tuesday that the armed forces should cease commercial activities by the end of the year, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. China’s military is involved in running businesses ranging from kindergartens to property rental services, it said.

“The progress of this work has prompted the army to focus on war preparation and fighting ability,” Xi said, according to Xinhua. The change would be of “great significance to the building of the People’s Liberation Army into a world-class military in all respects,” he said, adding it would facilitate “the consolidation of the party’s ruling status and the long-term stability of the country.”

The move is Xi’s latest attempt to curb corruption in the PLA as he attempts to follow through on a pledge to build a world-class military that can fight and win wars across all potential theaters by 2050. Purges generals and other top officers have helped Xi push through the biggest military overhaul in 60 years.

Xi, who heads the party’s Central Military Commission, said his order allowed for “no exception, discount or makeshift compromise.”

China’s cash-strapped military went into business for itself shortly after reform and opening kicked off in the late 1970s, a phenomenon that led to corruption and raised questions about the PLA’s effectiveness. The party has struggled to convince the military to end its hunt for profit, though. Calls for China’s armed forces to close their businesses go back to at least 1998 and leader Jiang Zemin.

Xi first pledged to end the military’s “paid services” three years ago. By the end of June, around 100,000 of the businesses had been shuttered, Xinhua said July 4, though another 6,000 “sensitive and complicated” remain operational.

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If you do not want cookies to be dropped on your device, you can adjust the setting of your Internet browser to reject the setting of all or some cookies and to alert you when a cookie is placed on your device. For further information about how to do so, please refer to your browser ‘help’ / ‘tool’ or ‘edit’ section for cookie settings w.r.t your browser that may be Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox etc.
Please note that if your browser setting is already setup to block all cookies (including strictly necessary Cookies) you may not be able to access or use all or parts or functionalities of our sites.
If you want to remove previously-stored cookies, you can manually delete the cookies at any time from your browser settings. However, this will not prevent the sites from placing further cookies on your device unless and until you adjust your Internet browser setting as described above.
For more information on the development of user-profiles and the use of targeting/advertising Cookies, please see www.youronlinechoices.eu if you are located in Europe or www.aboutads.info/choices if in the United States.

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If you have any other questions about our Cookie Policy, please contact us at:
If you require any information or clarification regarding the use of your personal information or this privacy policy or grievances with respect to use of your personal information, please email us at [email protected]





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