Lion Air Crash Victims’ Families To Rally As Hunt For Wreckage Steps Up


The Boeing Co 737 MAX jet crashed into the Java Sea on Oct. 29 shortly after take-off from Jakarta (file)

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Families of some of the 189 people killed in a Lion Air plane crash plan a protest rally in Indonesia today, while stalled efforts to bring the main wreckage to the surface and find the second black box are set to resume next week.

The Boeing Co 737 MAX jet crashed into the Java Sea on Oct. 29 shortly after take-off from Jakarta, but the families expressed concern that the remains of 64 passengers have yet to be identified, with just 30 percent of the plane’s body found.

“The relatives hope that all members of our families who died in the accident can be found and their bodies buried in a proper way,” a group that says it represents about 50 families said in a statement.

“We hope the search for the victims will use vessels with sophisticated technology,” it added, ahead of the rally planned for outside the presidential palace in Jakarta.

Lion Air is paying for a specialised ship to help lift the main wreckage of flight JT 610 and give investigators a better chance of finding the cockpit voice recorder in a search that has lacked sophisticated equipment for the last month, news agency Reuters reported.

Indonesia’s national transport panel said the vessel was due to arrive on Monday.

The enhanced search will cost $2.8 million for the first 10 days, a source close to the airline said on Thursday, on condition of anonymity, adding that Lion Air is paying because the government does not have the budget.

A spokesman for Lion Air was unable to respond immediately to a request for comment.

A spokesman for the finance ministry could not provide immediate comment on the budget issue.

Lion Air’s decision to foot the bill is a rare test of global norms regarding search independence, as such costs are typically paid by governments.

In this case, investigators said they had faced bureaucratic wrangling and funding problems before Lion Air stepped in.

Safety experts say it is unusual for one of the parties to help fund an investigation, required by U.N. rules to be independent, so as to ensure trust in any safety recommendations made.

There are also broader concerns about resources available for such investigations worldwide, coupled with the risk of agencies being ensnared in legal disputes.

The clock is ticking in the hunt for acoustic pings coming from the L3 Technologies Inc cockpit voice recorder fitted to the jet. It has a 90-day beacon, the manufacturer’s online brochure shows.

The flight data recorder was retrieved three days after the crash, providing insight into aircraft systems and crew inputs, although the cause has yet to be determined.

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VHP Rally LIVE Updates: vhp virat dharm sabha on on Ram Mandir at ramlila ground


VHP Rally LIVE Updates: राम मंदिर के लिए विहिप की विराट धर्मसभा, रामलीला मैदान में साधू-संतों का जमावड़ा

VHP Rally in Ramlila Maidan LIVE Updates: विराट धर्मसभा

अयोध्या के बाद अब दिल्ली में भी विश्व हिन्दू परिषद (विहिप) की ओर से आयोजित धर्मसभा में देश भर के साधू संतों का जुटान हुआ है. दिल्ली के रामलीला मैदान में आयोजित विराट धर्मसभा की में बड़ी संख्या में साधू-संत जुटे हैं.  ऐसी संभावना है कि इस विराट धर्मसभा में करीब डेढ़ लाख लोग शामिल होने वाले हैं. यही वजह है कि ट्रैफिक को लेकर भी पुलिस ने एहतियात बरतना शुरू कर दिया है. आज यानी रविवार के दिन में 11 बजे प्रारम्भ होने वाली इस धर्म सभा को जूना अखाड़ा पीठाधीश्वर महा-मण्डलेश्वर स्वामी अवधेशानंद गिरी महाराज, श्रीजगन्नाथ पीठाधीश्वर जगद्गुरू रामानंदाचार्य स्वामी हंसदेवाचार्य, गीता मनीषी महा-मण्डलेश्वर स्वामी ज्ञानानंद , युग पुरुष परमानंद , वात्सल्य ग्राम संस्थापक दीदी मां साध्वी ऋतंभरा, राष्ट्रीय स्वयं सेवक संघ के सरकार्यवाह सुरेश (भैया जी) जोशी, विश्व हिन्दू परिषद् के अंतर्राष्ट्रीय अध्यक्ष न्यायमूर्ति (सेवानिवृत) विष्णु सदाशिव कोकजे व कार्याध्यक्ष एडवोकेट आलोक कुमार सहित अनेक पूज्य संत व गणमान्य लोग संबोधित करने वाले हैं. 

VHP Rally in Ramlila Maidan LIVE Updates:

एनसीआर से आने वाली बसों व अन्य वाहनों के लिए 16 जगह पार्किंग केंद्र बनाए गए हैं. हर पार्किंग स्थलों पर पीने के पानी, शौचालय और अनाउन्समेंट सिस्टम होंगे. उत्तर प्रदेश, हरियाणा व पंजाब से जुड़ने वाली राजधानी के सभी सीमाओं पर स्वागत द्वार बनाए जा रहे हैं. वहीं पर सभी राम भक्तों के लिए भोजन व पानी के पैकेट दिए जाएंगे. जगह-जगह मार्ग-दर्शिका लगाईं जाएंगी.

कार्यक्रम की भव्यता के दर्शन के साथ पूज्य संतों के प्रवचनों से वंचित न रहने पाएं. जगह-जगह भगवान श्री राम के बड़े-बड़े चित्र व कलश भी रखे गए हैं. जिनमें दिल्ली के राम भक्त अपने-अपने घरों से पूजित अपने साथ लाए संकल्प पुष्पों को अर्पित कर सकें. मेट्रो से आने वाले राम भक्तों के लिए नई दिल्ली मेट्रो स्टेशन सर्वाधिक नजदीक होने के कारण वहीं पर उतरने को कहा गया है.

​धर्मसभा की जानकारी देते हुए विहिप के क्षेत्र संगठन मंत्री करुणा प्रकाश ने बताया कि रामभक्तों की सुविधा के लिए सभा स्थल व आस-पास लगभग दो-तीन किलोमीटर तक दर्जन भर से अधिक बड़ी-बड़ी एलईडी स्क्रीन लगाई गई हैं. जिससे जो लोग किसी कारणवश रामलीला मैदान ना भी पहुंच सकें तो वे जहां तक भी पहुंच सकें. 

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In Cooch Behar, TMC Workers Purify Area With Ganga Jal, Cow Dung Water Where BJP Held Rally


Cooch Behar TMC supporters sprinkle ganga jal, cow dung water to “purify” area where BJP held its rally

Cooch Behar, West Bengal: 

Trinamool Congress party workers in West Bengal’s Cooch Behar district today sprinkled ‘ganga jal’ (Ganga River water) and cow dung water to “purify” the grounds, where the BJP held a rally on Saturday. Local TMC leader Pankaj Ghosh said that the grounds had to be “purified as the BJP came here and gave a communal message.”

Invoking the local deity, the TMC leader said, “This is the land of Lord Madan Mohan …so as per Hindu traditions we purified the place.” Cooch Behar TMC supporters also claimed no chariot other than Lord Madan Mohan’s can be taken out in the district.

BJP chief Amit Shah was scheduled to kick off three rath yatras – on December 7, 9 and 14 – from Cooch Behar, South 24 Parganas, and Birbhum respectively, to cover all the 42 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state. The party plans the culmination of the yatras with a mammoth rally in Kolkata, likely to be addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday ridiculed the BJP’s scheduled ‘rath yatra‘ of as ‘ravan yatra‘. “Ignore the event as just another political gimmick,” news agency PTI quoted Ms Banerjee.

“I have asked my party workers to conduct ‘purification and unity yatra’ to cleanse the areas through which the chariots pass. I wonder what sort of yatra it would be with chariots equipped with five-star facilities. It is ‘ravan yatra‘, not ‘rath yatra‘, the Chief Minister said.

The Bengal BJP hit back at Ms Banerjee claiming that she and her party were suffering from “fear psychosis” as they “dread” losing in the next Lok Sabha polls.

“It seems Mamata Banerjee and the TMC are suffering from fear psychosis. They are feeling threatened by the ‘rath yatra‘, aimed at restoring democracy in the state,” BJP state chief Dilip Ghosh said.

Mr Shah has told the state party unit that it must set a target of winning at least 22 parliamentary seats in West Bengal in 2019.

Meanwhile, the Calcutta High Court on Friday slammed the Bengal government for apparently sitting on the BJP’s applications, seeking permission for its rallies. The high court modified a single-bench order that deferred the BJP’s programme in Cooch Behar till January 9. The court directed the state’s top administrative officers and the police chief to hold discussions with three BJP representatives by December 12 and take a final decision by December 14.

(With inputs from PTI & ANI)

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Right-Wing Rally In Delhi Today To Press For Ram Temple In Ayodhya


Ramlila Maidan rally: People turn up to participate at the rally organised by VHP in Delhi

New Delhi: 

A huge right-wing rally to demand the fast-tracking of the Ram temple at Ayodhya is being held at Delhi’s Ramlila grounds. The attending groups, which include the BJP’s ideological mentor, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, want the government to pass an ordinance to bypass the legal process. The winter session of parliament — the last before the Lok Sabha polls are announced — begins on Tuesday.

The right-wing group Vishwa Hindu Parishad, or VHP, which is organising the rally, claims more than 1.5 lakh people are attending it. Senior RSS functionaries, including Bhaiya-ji Joshi, are also expected to attend. The VHP has brought in Ram devotees from the neighbouring districts of Uttar Pradesh, including Ghaziabad, Gautam Budh Nagar, Baghpat and Meerut.

The title suit of the Ayodhya case is pending in the Supreme Court. In January, the judges are expected to name a date for the beginning of the hearing.

But with the issue pending in courts for more than 25 years, the right-wing groups are demanding that the government sidestep the courts and go ahead with the temple building.

Last month, the VHP held a huge rally in Ayodhya to push for the demand. One of the religious leaders attending it, Swami Rambhadracharya, said a Union minister has assured him that a decision on the temple will be taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ministers after December 11.

Allies like the Shiv Sena have alleged that the BJP is using the temple issue as an election gimmick — a view that the opposition also holds.

The Sena held a public meeting in Ayodhya last month that coincided with the VHP rally. Party chief Uddhav Thackeray, who addressed the gathering, also warned the BJP that they would not remain in power if they don’t start the temple building process.

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Aravind KP Joins Sherco TVS Rally Factory Team For Dakar 2019


Having fully recovered from injuries sustained during the PanAfrica Rally, Aravind KP joins the Sherco TVS Rally Factory Team for his third outing.




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Aravind KP made his Dakar debut in 2017 with the Sherco TVS Rally Factory Team

Aravind KP has been announced as fourth rider to join the Sherco TVS Rally Factory Team for Dakar 2019. Aravind’s name has been announced after the rider recovered completely from his injuries sustained in the PanAfrica Rally earlier this year. In his third outing at Dakar, the 33-year-old joins Michael and Adrien Metge as well as Enduro Champion Lorenzo Santolino at Sherco TVS. Aravind has also been training in Spain and will be riding the Dakar-spec RTR 450 motorcycle across one of the most gruelling rally in the world.

Speaking on his third outing at Dakar, Aravind KP said, “Dakar is the ultimate challenge for any racer and I am glad to be a part of it for the third consecutive time. I thank TVS Racing and Sherco for believing in me and giving me another opportunity to fulfil my dream of finishing the rally. The past 10 months has been a journey of ups and downs but I have focused on my fitness and recovery to ensure I am ready for Dakar.  The next one month will be crucial to my preparation and I will be going to Morocco to train with my team mates. Both Michael and Adrien have been extremely supportive during my recovery time and have kept me motivated along with my TVS Racing family. Conquering Dakar 2019, is my single focused goal for now and I am determined more than ever to finish the Rally.”

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Aravind joins the Metge brothers – Michael & Adrien, and Lorenzo Santolino at Sherco TVS

TVS Racing – Team Manager, B. Selvaraj said, “I am happy that Aravind KP is returning to Dakar with full energy and vigour. We are very confident  given his experience in the international racing arena and Dakar in particular, he will be able to perform well. The team has worked hard on the race strategy and is focused on maintaining consistency all through the race. We are competing with four best riders in the team and are very confident of a top 10 finish.”

Aravind made his Dakar debut in 2017 and has participated in the subsequent year as well. With more experience under his belt, the rider is all set to conquer some of the most difficult terrains. Unlike the previous editions though, the 2019 Dakar rally will be held only in one country – Peru, starting from Lima, and crossing the terrains of Pisco, San Juan de Marcona, Arequipa and Moquegua. The rally will be held between January 6 to 17, 2019 and will be covering a total distance of 5000 km. Sherco TVS Rally Factory Team says its confident of a top 10 finish at Dakar 2019.

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Revanth Reddy, Telangana Congress Working President Detained. He Tried To Obstruct KCR’s Rally Says EC


Kodangal, Telangana: 

Revanth Reddy, the Congress candidate from Kodangal in Telangana, was detained early today for trying to “obstruct” a public meeting of caretaker chief minister and Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) chief K Chandrashekhar Rao. In a notice to the Congress party, the state election body said, on December 2, a “protest call” was given by Mr Reddy to stop KCR’s campaign rally in Kodangal.

The poll body said a law and order situation could arise as Mr Reddy’s supporters may try to stop the rally, where KCR’s party men would also be present.

In the run up to the polls in Telangana, this is the second time Mr Reddy faced the ire of the Election Commission. He was one of the five politicians, who were served notices after the poll body received various complaints against them for allegedly violating the Model Code of Conduct.

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Telangana poll body’s notice to Congress on Revanth Reddy

 

Warning notices were issued to Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao, Congress leader Revanth Reddy, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leaders Vanteru Pratap Reddy and Revuri Prakash Reddy.

Mr Reddy, who was earlier with the TDP, stirred controversy when he was caught on camera allegedly offering money to a lawmaker reportedly on behalf of Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu in the cash for votes case. Mr Reddy had even gone to jail and is now facing Income Tax cases after Rs 50 lakh was seized at his residence in October.

Telangana will vote on December 7 to elect lawmakers for its 119 constituencies. The counting of votes will take place on December 11. The state Assembly was prematurely dissolved in September on the recommendation of the ruling TRS government.





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