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LIVE – PM Modi meets US President Barack Obama at White House, talks underway

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LIVE – PM Modi meets US President Barack Obama at White House, talks underway

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

A File Photo : US President Barack Obama Meets India PM Modi.

US, 30 Sept : US  President Barack Obama and new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday plan to discuss issues ranging from manufacturing to sanitation as the two leaders aim to deepen ties.

Obama and Modi were scheduled to meet at the White House at 10:55 a.m. (1455 GMT) during Modi’s first visit to the United States since taking office in May, part of a larger effort aimed at expanding security partnerships and spurring foreign investment.

“When we meet today in Washington, we will discuss ways in which we can boost manufacturing and expand affordable renewable energy, while sustainably securing the future of our common environment,” Obama and Modi said in a joint opinion piece published in The Washington Post on Tuesday.

“We will discuss ways in which our businesses, scientists and governments can partner as India works to improve the quality, reliability and availability of basic services, especially for the poorest of citizens. In this, the United States stands ready to assist,” the two men wrote.

“An immediate area of concrete support is the ‘Clean India’ campaign, where we will leverage private and civil society innovation, expertise and technology to improve sanitation and hygiene throughout India.”

The meeting comes on the heels of a joint “vision statement” issued after their first get-together at a White House dinner on Monday that laid out their plan to expand and deepen their countries’ strategic partnership.

While efforts have been underway to build stronger ties between the United States and India, one of the world’s most populous countries and a potential counterbalance to China in Asia, the partnership has yet to live up to expectations.

Modi has received a warm welcome in the United States, speaking at the UN General Assembly in New York and meeting with various US corporate chief executives. On Tuesday, he was scheduled to meet with other US leaders, including Secretary of State John Kerry and US House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner.

He also plans to visit a number of memorials in Washington devoted to former Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi, President Abraham Lincoln and civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.

“We remain committed to the larger effort to integrate South Asia and connect it with markets and people in Central and Southeast Asia,” Obama and Modi wrote in their op-ed.

They also reiterated a commitment to share intelligence and cooperate on security issues. They will also work on health issues that will help in tackling a range of crises from Ebola to malaria, they added.

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Asian Games 2014 : India set up revenge clash against Pakistan in Asiad hockey final

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Asian Games 2014 : India set up revenge clash against Pakistan in Asiad hockey final

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

Asian Games 2014

A File Photo : India hockey Team.

INCHEON, 30 Sept : Akashdeep Singh today scored a fabulous field goal against hosts South Korea to guide Indian men’s hockey team into the finals of the Asian Games after a gap of 12 years, setting up a summit showdown with arch-rivals Pakistan.

After squandering at least three gilt-edged chances to take the lead in the first two quarters, Akashdeep (44th minute) received the ball inside the striking circle and without turning he flicked it through his legs in spectacular style into the goal to register a 1-0 win over former champions South Korea at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium here.

The Indian men’s hockey team, which last made it to the final of the Asiad way back in 2002 Busan Games, will now face Pakistan in the final on Thursday, with a direct ticket for the 2016 Rio Olympics up for grabs.

In another semifinal, Pakistan eked out a hard-fought 6-5 win over 2010 Guangzhou Games silver medallist Malaysia in the second semifinal via shoot-off after both the teams failed to break the deadlock in the regulation 60 minutes.

The title clash against Pakistan will also provide India an opportunity to avenge upon their 1-2 defeat against the same opponents in the pool stages of the ongoing Games.

Earlier, a 1-0 win was India’s eighth against Korea in the Asian Games in 14 matches and was the 29th overall in 72 encounters in all competitions.

The win also helped India reach the final, assuring them of at least the silver medal, for the first time since the 2002 Busan Games. They did not make the semis in 2006 at Doha and then four years ago they were shocked by Malaysia in the semi-finals at Guangzhou.

The Indians were by far the dominant side on display against Korea in the entire 60 minutes today and controlled the proceedings from the word go.

The Koreans played catch-up hockey throughout the match but failed to break the resolute Indian defence.

There was hardly any clear scoring opportunity for the Koreans, whereas India threatened the opponent goal throughout the encounter.

There was plan, purpose and poise in India’s display and the major difference was the defense, which held well right through. : Akashdeep Singh scored a fabulous field goal to guide India men’s hockey team into the finals of the Asian Games after a gap of 12 years with a 1-0 win over hosts South Korea at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium here today.

After squandered at least three gilt-edged chances to take the lead in the first two quarters, Akashdeep (44th minute) received a superb through ball inside the striking circle and without turning he flicked the ball through his legs in spectacular style into the goal past the South Korean custodian Myungho Lee just one minute before the end of the third 15-minute quarter.

The Indian men’s hockey team, which last made it to the final of the Asiad way back in 2002 Busan Games, will now face the winner of the other semifinal between arch-rivals Pakistan and Malaysia in the summit clash on Thursday with the title winners grabbing a direct berth in the 2016 Rio Olympics.

The victory was India’s eighth against Korea in the Asian Games in 14 games, against two losses, and was the 29th overall in 72 matches in all competitions.

The win also helped India reach the final, assuring them of at least the silver medal, for the first time since the 2002 Busan Games. They did not make the semis in 2006 at Doha and then four years ago were shocked by Malaysia in the semi-finals.

The Indians were by far the dominant side on display against Korea in the entire 60 minutes today and controlled the proceedings from the word go.

The Koreans played catch-up hockey throughout the match but failed to break the resolute Indian defence.

There was hardly any clear scoring opportunity for the Koreans, whereas India threatened the opponent goal throughout the encounter.

The midfield, with captain Sardar Singh marshalling the resources, also gave the extra edge to the attack with some excellent passes but the frontline was again guilty of squandering a few very good chances.

India should have been at least two goals up before the halfway stage of the match but Dharamvir Singh was guilty of frittering away the opportunities.

India had the first shave at the goal in the fifth minute of the game from a counter-attack but Dharamvir missed a sitter as he overrun a pass from S V Sunil with only the Korean goalkeeper Lee to beat.

Three minutes into the second quarter, India earned two back-to-back penalty corners but Korean custodian Lee made a fantastic save to his right to deny V R Raghunath a goal.

In the fifth minute of the second quarter Dharamvir was again found wanting when the rebound came to him off the Korean custodian’s pads but he missed the chance.

Then Ramandeep shot wide on the run from the top of the circle, a difficult chance before the teams trooped off for the big break deadlocked at 0-0.

Two minutes before the match-winner came another chance India’s way when Sardar and Gurwinder Chandi combined forces to bisect the rival defence but the latter’s cross from the right went abegging as Ramandeep was not in position.

But all these faded in memory once Akashdeep found the match winner.

Knowing India’s past record of conceding late goals the fans were on tenterhooks.

Trailing by a goal, the Koreans mounted attacks on the Indian goal in the last quarter of the match but failed to break the stubborn Indian defense.

It was a tense last five minutes of the match for the Indians as they were forced to fall back and defend.

The Indians must have had the heart in their mouth when Korea earned their only penalty corner of the match just two minutes from the final hooter but the Indian defense was upto the task to deny the equalising goal to the hosts.

India then attacked and kept the ball in the rival half till the final hooter to enter the gold medal clash.

India’s chief coach Terry Walsh later said that though the team frittered away some chances, he was pleased with the energy the players displayed.

“We knew Korea is a very good team and so it proved. It was a tough match. We made some chances which were not taken but as a team we brought in a lot of energy into the game and continued to show it right through,” he said.

“Several of our players stepped a level higher than they showed so far. There is a lot of difference from playing in the league stage and in the cross-overs. The last time we played in the final we lost 0-4 to Australia in the Commonwealth Games. This is a learning process,” the Australian said.

Walsh said he had his own thoughts about the four-quarter game but said Indians generally tend to be slow starters after a stoppage and this was one area that was addressed to some extent.

Though he was happy with the win, Walsh said the ball handling of the players still need to improve.

“Ball handling still is not that good. We kept them down to one penalty corner, that too late in the match, which was good,” he said.

Walsh said now his main concern is recovery of the players for the gold medal contest in two days’ time.

“The most important part is recovery,” he said. Asked how he turned things around after the loss against Pakistan, Walsh said: “We worked through discussions and seeing video displays.”

But he also said that Asian hockey as a whole has fallen behind Australia and Europe and this aspect needs to be addressed.

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No immediate relief for Jaya, bail plea adjourned to Oct 6

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No immediate relief for Jaya, bail plea adjourned to Oct 6

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

A File Photo : J Jayalalithaa.

BANGALORE,  30 Sept : AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa will have to remain in jail till October 6 with the Karnataka High Court adjourning her plea seeking bail and challenging her conviction in the disproportionate assets case.

As the matter came up, G Bhavani Singh, who was the Special Public Prosecutor in the Special Court on the disproportionate assets case, told the judge that he had not yet received any official notification appointing him as the SPP for the criminal appeal filed in the High Court.

Singh sought more time, at which point vacation bench judge Justice Rathnakala posted the matter for hearing on October 6.

In her petitions seeking immediate bail and challenging her sentence, Jayalalithaa has maintained that the charges of amassing wealth against her were false and that she had acquired property through legal means.

Jayalalitha has also contended that the trial court has overlooked several judgements and has not considered the binding nature of various income tax orders and decisions of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, which had accepted the income and the level of expenditure pleaded by her.

The former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister’s aide Sasikala, her relatives V N Sudhakaran, disowned son of the former Chief Minister, and Ilavarasi have also moved the High Court seeking bail and challenging their conviction.

In the verdict that cost Jayalalithaa the Chief Minister’s job and disqualified her from being an MLA, the judge had also slapped a staggering fine of Rs 100 crore on her and Rs 10 crore each on the three other accused persons.

In her appeal, Jayalalithaa pleaded for suspension of the conviction and the sentence and also refused to pay the Rs 100 crore fine imposed on her.

The hearing came up before the vacation bench as the High Court is on Dasara holidays from September 29 to October 6.

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Glaciers flowed through the Grand Canyon of Mars?

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Glaciers flowed through the Grand Canyon of Mars?

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

A File Photo :Grand Canyon of Mars

WASHINGTON, 30 Sept : Scientists have identified what could be the first mineralogical evidence of past glaciers as they flowed through the Grand Canyon of Mars.
For decades, planetary geologists have speculated that glaciers might once have crept through Valles Marineris, the 3,218-kilometre-long chasm that constitutes the Grand Canyon of Mars.
Using satellite images, researchers have identified features that might have been carved by past glaciers as they flowed through the canyons; however, these observations have remained highly controversial and contested.
Now, a joint team from Bryn Mawr College in the US and the Freie Universitaet Berlin has identified what could be the first mineralogical evidence of past glaciers within the Valles Marineris: a layer of mixed sulphate minerals halfway up the 4.8km high cliffs of Ius Chasma at the western end of the canyon system.
The team – including Selby Cull, Patrick McGuire and Christoph Gross, and Bryn Mawr undergraduate student researchers Jenna Myers and Nina Shmorhun – mapped the acid-sulfate mineral jarosite along the canyon wall.
They speculate that it may have formed via a mechanism similar to one observed at glaciers in the Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, on Earth.
“Atmospheric sulphur becomes trapped in the ice, is warmed by the sun, and reacts with the water to produce highly acidic sulfate minerals like jarosite along the margins of the glacier,” researchers said.
The study was published in the journal of Geological Society of America.

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ISIS releases third video featuring British hostage John Cantlie

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ISIS releases third video featuring British hostage John Cantlie

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

A File Photo : John Cantlie, the British journalist.

London, 30 Sept : (ANI) A third video featuring John Cantlie, the British journalist captured almost two years ago by Islamic State militants, was released on Monday night.

It was unclear when the five-and-a-half minute video – introduced with the title “Lend Me Your Ears” and “Messages From The British Detainee John Cantlie” – was made.

Like the previous videos, it shows Cantlie, 43, who was worked for newspapers including the Sunday Times, sitting at a desk wearing a now-familiar orange outfit.

He looked calm and appeared to be reciting a prepared script. All three videos appear to be well-produced, with good quality sound and lighting.

Cantlie described himself as a “long-term prisoner” and went on to criticise US president Barack Obama’s strategy for air strikes to defeat IS fighters.

The new recording is the second in a series of “programmes” presented by the Briton in which he condemns the military build-up in the region.In a previous video posted by the group on Tuesday last week, the freelance photographer – who has been a prisoner of Isis for 22 months – made clear that he was making the films under duress.

The first film, released two weeks ago, showed Cantlie saying he would speak about Isis in future videos.

Cantlie concludes the latest video by saying: “Join me again for the next programme.”

Criticising the US air strikes in Iraq, Cantlie said: “Air power is good at taking out specific targets, but it is not much use at taking and holding ground. For that you need effective and disciplined troops and it is hard to see how this hotch-potch army with a long history of underperforming is going to be any form of credible infantry.”

He also described the Free Syrian Army as an “undisciplined, corrupt and largely ineffective fighting force”, adding that arming Syrian rebels with western weapons was “largely useless” because many end up in the hands of Isis fighters.

Cantlie was kidnapped in November 2012 along with the US photographer James Foley, whose murder was filmed by Isis and posted online last month.

It was the second time Cantlie had been abducted in Syria: earlier that year he was held for seven days before being freed by a rival opposition group.

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Asian Games 2014, Day 11: Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of gold medal chance

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Asian Games 2014, Day 11: Mary Kom in final, Sarita Devi robbed of gold medal chance

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

A File Photo : Mary Kom.

Asian Games 2014

INCHEON, 30 Sept : (PTI) India’s L Sarita Devi (60kg) was robbed of a sure place in the women’s 60kg boxing final when the verdict went in favour of her South Korean rival Jina Park in a bout the Indian dominated, after her senior teammate M C Mary Kom stormed into the gold medal round in the 51kg class at the Asian Games here today.Sarita Devi and middle weight (75kg) woman boxer Pooja Rani, who too lost her semi final bout, settled for bronze while two men boxers – Vikash Krishan (75kg) and Satish Kumar (+91kg) fought their way into the semi finals by winning their quarter finals at the Seonhak Gymnasium.Two other men – L Devendro Singh (49kg) and Shiva Thapa (56kg) – made their exit after losing their quarter final bouts and would return home without a medal.Though the day’s proceedings ended with Satish Kumar and Vikas assuring India of at least two bronze medals after Mary Kom made sure of a silver, to go with the two bronze medals won by Sarita and Pooja, the daylight robbery of Sarita’s place in the gold medal contest left a bitter taste in the mouth.To add to the woes, the protest lodged by the Indian camp against the verdict, after paying USD 500, was also rejected .But what triggered massive outrage was Sarita’s loss which left the Manipuri in tears. Up against home favourite Jina Park, Sarita, the Commonwealth Games silver-medallist, went down 0-3 despite clearly being the better boxer.Sarita simply pummelled her rival with her flurry of quicksilver blows — at times raining four to her rival’s one.But shockingly, Park was not given a single standing count by the Algerian referee Hammadi Yakoub Kheira despite looking rocked back by Sarita’s blows to her chin.In the end, all three ringside judges ruled in favour of the Korean by identical 39-37 margins.The ringside judges were Braham Mohamad of Tunisia, Albino Foti of Italy and Mariusz Josef Gorny of Poland.Immediately after the bout, a tearful Sarita broke down while talking to journalists.”All my hard work has come to nought. It has happened to me but kindly see that this kind of injustice is not meted out to anyone else in the competition. I request you,” she said tearfully with folded hands.”If they wanted to award the bout to her, then why allow us to fight in the first place,” she added.PTI

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Decision on staying with NDA after talks with PM: Uddhav Thackeray

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Decision on staying with NDA after talks with PM: Uddhav Thackeray

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

A File Photo : Uddhav Thackeray

Mumbai, 30 Sept : Shiv Sena will take a decision on whether to withdraw from the NDA after holding discussion with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, its chief Uddhav Thackeray said on Tuesday, indicating that the party may continue in the Centre’s ruling coalition despite parting ways with BJP in Maharashtra.
Uddhav, who had on Monday said that Shiv Sena’s lone minister in the Union Cabinet Anant Geete would resign, admitted that quitting the alliance at the national level was “not easy”.”Joining NDA and then pulling out is not that easy. All MPs who have been elected and those who could not win have bagged votes of both Shiv Sena and BJP. It is the people’s mandate. A decision will be taken after discussions with Prime Minister Modi and considering what our supporters feel,” he said.
The Sena chief, under attack from his estranged cousin and MNS leader Raj Thackeray for “sticking to power” at the Centre despite the break-up in Maharashtra, had on Monday said that Geete will hand over his resignation to Modi on his return from the US.
Geete, however, said he had not received any instruction to resign. “This is false news as I have not been given any instruction so far. So, how does the question of my resignation arise,” the Heavy Industries Minister had said. Maintaining that there was “no question of defiance” if such an instruction came from Uddhav, he said, “I am a staunch Shiv Sainik. I will obey whatever directive my leader gives.”
The 25-year-old alliance between the two pro-Hindutva parties ended last Thursday after collapse of seat-sharing talks for next month’s Assembly polls.

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IPL spot-fixing case: Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel proclaimed offenders

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IPL spot-fixing case: Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel proclaimed offenders

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

A File Photo By PTI.

New Delhi, 30 Sept : (PTI) Underworld dons Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel and one other co-accused were today declared as proclaimed offenders by a Delhi court in connection with the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal case.
Additional Sessions Judge Neena Bansal Krishna declared Dawood, Shakeel and Chandigarh-based Sandeep Sharma, who were chargesheeted by the special cell of Delhi police along with suspended cricketers S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandela, Ankit Chavan and others in the case, as they are evading arrest in the matter.
During the hearing, the special cell told the court that properties of Dawood and Shakeel in Mumbai have already been attached earlier in connection with the 1993 Mumbai serial blast case and upon inquiry it has been revealed that they have not visited India since 1993.
It said Dawood has properties in his name at Dongri in Mumbai whereas Shakeel owns property in Nagpada there.
The police told the judge that they have also questioned the neighbours of Dawood and Shakeel in Mumbai and they have informed that both the accused have not been seen in the locality since 1993.
The court had earlier issued open non-bailable warrants against these accused who were chargesheeted in the case. The court has fixed the matter for further hearing on November 14.
According to police, Sandeep was an important link in the case as he was a part of the syndicate which run by Dawood and which was involved in the IPL spot-fixing scandal.
On August 16, the court had directed fresh property attachment proceedings under sections 82 (proclamation for person absconding), 83 (attachment of property of person absconding) of CrPC against Dawood and Shakeel in the IPL spot-fixing scandal case.
The court had also expressed concern over “repeated adjournments” sought in the case and had directed the police to supply copies of charge sheet and other documents filed along with it to all the accused.
Earlier, the Special Cell had informed the court that non-bailable warrants (NBWs) issued against these accused could not be executed as they no longer reside at their last known addresses in India.
Besides Dawood and Shakeel, the NBWs were issued against Pakistan-based Javed Chutani, Salman alias Master and Ehteysham, who all are considered to be Dawood’s associates.
The Special Cell had filed a 6,000-page charge sheet against the accused in the case.
The court had on June 10 last year granted bail to cricketers Sreesanth, Chavan and 19 others for lack of evidence against them under the provisions of stringent law Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA).
Other accused, including cricketer Ajit Chandila, were also granted bail later on by the court.
The police, in its charge sheet, had claimed that Dawood and Shakeel, who have been “controlling the fixing and betting market” in cricket in India, were behind the IPL spot-fixing.

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Day of headcounts in Congress: ‘Isolated’ Partap Singh Bajwa vs resurgent Capt Aminder Singh

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Day of headcounts in Congress: ‘Isolated’ Partap Singh Bajwa vs resurgent Capt Aminder Singh

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

Chandigarh, 30 September : The “oust Bajwa” campaign in the Punjab Congress gathered momentum today at the oath-taking ceremony of Patiala MLA Preneet Kaur. As a large number of party MLAs and Congress leaders were present at the function, state Congress chief Partap Singh Bajwa was not invited.

A File Phtoto : Partap Singh Bawa & Capt Amrinder Singh.

While the oath-taking ceremony turned out to be former CM Capt Amarinder Singh’s show of strength, Bajwa tried to show his grip over the state unit by meeting Congress’ district in-charges, district presidents, office-bearers and in-charges of frontal organisations later in the evening. A media release said the meeting was attended by heads of all state units, besides AICC secretary Harish Chaudhary and MLAs Brahm Mohindra, Randeep Nabha and Kuljit Singh Nagra.At the function, Capt Amarinder, who is a contender for the PPCC post, minced no words against Bajwa. When asked why Bajwa was missing from the function, he said he had invited his friends and supporters. “Bajwa is neither my sathi (friend) nor my supporter,” he said.

Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Sunil Jakhar said he had invited party MLAs. Capt Amarinder wanted to invite only those who stood by Preneet Kaur in her election campaign, said Jakhar. No Congress leader was seen upset with Bajwa’s absence from the function. Sunil Jakhar, however, said Bjawa’s wife and MLA Charanjit Kaur Bajwa could not attend the function as she was busy with her daughter’s exams. During the function, Capt Amarinder said he had aired his views against the state Congress chief to AICC president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi two days ago. Already, a number of MLAs have reportedly urged the party high command to remove Bajwa, who was appointed as the PPCC chief when the Congress lost the 2012 Assembly elections under Capt Amarinder Singh.

Talking to mediapersons after Speaker Charanjit Atwal administered the oath of secrecy to Preneet Kaur, Capt Amarinder predicted revival of the state Congress. “Today’s oath-taking ceremony was a new beginning and I will ensure that the state Assembly has more Congress MLAs in 2017,” he said.

The former CM also questioned Bajwa’s powers to change block Congress presidents. He also contradicted Bajwa’s claims that the CLP was a unit of the PPCC. He said many block Congress presidents have complained against Bajwa about ‘arbitrary’ changes in the organisational setup. “When I was the PPCC chief, I had to take permission from the AICC to make changes,” said Amarinder.

Of the 43 Congress MLAs in the state Assembly, 32 attended the function. Former PPCC president Rajinder Kaur Bhattal was also present. Those absent included Amarinder’s rival Brahm Mohindra, Randeep Nabha and Rakesh Pandey, who are close to Bajwa.

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Jamalpur killings : Khanna SSP suspended, Machhiwara SHO dismissed

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Jamalpur killings : Khanna SSP suspended, Machhiwara SHO dismissed

Posted on 30 September 2014 by GGS News

Jamalpur killings

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Chandigarh, 30  September : The Punjab Government today suspended Khanna SSP Harish Kumar Bansal and dismissed four others for their alleged involvement in the Jamalpur killings case.

Two Dalit brothers – Harinder Singh and Jatinder Singh – were allegedly killed by a Khanna police party in Jamalpur on September 27. The police initially projected it as an encounter.

Those dismissed include Machhiwara SHO Manjinder Singh, constable Yadwindra Singh and two Punjab Home Guards volunteers Ajit Singh and Baldev Singh.

The victims, in their early twenties, were wanted in an attempt to murder case.

ADGP (Police Administration) MK Tiwari issued the orders this evening after Home Minister and Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal held a meeting with DGP Sumedh Saini. The orders were issued following a report by IG, Jalandhar, Nirmal Singh Dhillon.

The IG reported that Khanna SSP Harsh Kumar Bansal committed misconduct, dereliction of duty and did not exercise supervisory control. He made an attempt to shield the delinquent policemen who were attempting to portray the incident as an encounter. The DIG Range has been told to conduct a detailed inquiry into the SSP’s role.

The IG also reported that inspector Manjinder Singh, SHO (Machhiwara) gave a wrong version of the incident to his superiors and made false entries in the daily diary register.

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