The grace period rule was the first IRS attempt back in 2005 to relax the stringent use-it-or-lose-it rule.00 maximum deferral limit.there was no sufficient evidence to prove his case of professional misconduct. ? Depending on the level of sensitivity of the information and implications of its disclosure for national security, the response of all stakeholder ministries will be sought on relaxing criteria for classification of secret information while being careful not to compromise national security,we are just working hard, Patel said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 13 2009 2:09 am Related News Capping a day of high dramaa resident of Dhanasallegedly abducted from Sector 24Chandigarhon Monday morningwas later recovered from Samrala near Ludhiana in the evening While the Chandigarh Police remained on its toes throughout the day after receiving the abduction callthe identity of the accused is still uncertain Besidespolice also doubt the authenticity of the entire episode The abductors had initially demanded a ransom of Rs 10 lakh from victim Jagdish Chaudharys familybut later released him threatening his relatives that they would abduct other membersif they fail to meet their demand Chaudharyin mid-fortiesworks in a courier company in Sector 9 Recovered from near a dhaba in Samrala by policehe told the police that the abductors had taken Rs 500 from him before leaving him there The police have registered a case of abduction for ransom under Section 364-A of the IPC on a complaint lodged by Chaudharys wife Kanta Police have found several loopholes in the Chaudharys statements He told the police that he was returning home on his scooter in the morning after dropping his daughter at the Government School in Sector 23 Two motorcyclists asked him to stopbut he ignored them and they turned toward Sector 16 Subsequentlya white Tata Sumo intercepted him and forced him to stop The driver came out of the Sumowhile three others remained in the vehicle The driver forced him into the vehicle and set off They crossed Children Traffic Park and after that he could not recall anything as it was pitch dark InterestinglyChaudhary claimed he was kept in a dark placeand he could not ascertain whether it was a vehicle or a room He was shifted to another vehicle and the abductors called his wife from his cellphone and asked for ransom They also made him talk to his wifebrother-in-law Om Parkash Arora and neighbours The police said the call lasted for about 15 minutes MeanwhileKanta informed the policewho scanned the call details and traced the victims location to Samrala The police also escorted Aroras daughter from a temple in Sector 29to homeafter the family told the police that the abductors had said they knew that she had gone to a temple We are investigating the case from all angles? The new study involved over 100, Not An Encounter The second interim report of the Civil Rights Committee says its investigations have revealed that the death of nine citizens in Guntur district during the Emergency were not a result of “encounters” between so-called Naxalites and the police.
also suggested he is most suited for the job. Opposition to the Act from alliance partner Shiv Sena has caused major embarrassment to both the state government and the Centre. As earlier, For all the latest Mumbai News, He has to serve three and half years as he has already sent some time in the jail in this case earlier. Did living in Delhi allow you objective distance from the industry or was it tough since the team is in Mumbai?this sinful dessert. Source: Santosh Singh Top News Registered address: 303, 102, “Wanna take part in Swacha Bharat abhiyan n start from mumbai! Wanna start cleaning up all the Marathi hating gujjus from there once for all” Nitesh posted on Twitter yesterday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Hyderabad | Published: April 11 2013 9:30 am Related News Jailed Kadapa MP YS Jaganmohan Reddy today moved a special CBI court hereseeking directions to the central agency to act as per the Supreme Court order with regard to filing of charge sheets in connection with the case against him for his alleged quid-pro-quo deals The YSR Congress chiefwho filed a memo through his counsel submitted that in view of the specific undertaking given by the CBI to the Supreme Court which is also incorporated in the order dated October 52012the CBI filed a charge sheet (fifth charge sheet in the Jagan assets case) on April 8 While opposing Jagan’s bail plea last yearthe CBI had told the Supreme Court that it would file one final charge sheet as early as possibleafter investigation was completed by March 312013 The CBI had filed a report before the Supreme Court stating that investigations were still on about seven aspectsnamely Sandur Powergrant of miling lease to Bharati/ Raghuram CementsPenna Cements and its group companies Dalmia CementsIndia Cementsinvestments through paper companies based in Kolkata and Mumbaipopularly known as suitcase companiesthe Lepakshi Knowledge Hub projectas well as Indu Projects Howeverthe central agency filed a fifth charge sheet on April 8 about allege investments made by Dalmia Cements and two other cement firmsEeswar Cements and Raghuram Cementsin businesses allegedly promoted by Jaganmohan Reddy “The CBI action is in violation of the Supreme Court order and is not sustainable in lawin as much as the CBI undertaking has been recorded by the Supreme Court in its order dated October 52012” Jagannmohan Reddy saidrequesting the CBI special court to issue appropriate directions to the CBI to act in terms of the Supreme Court order Jagan’s aide Vijay Sai Reddyalso filed a memo in the courtrequesting it to consider this charge sheet as the final onesince the CBI had earlier informed the Supreme Court that it would file “one final charge sheet” after completing the investigation The CBI is likely to file its reply about YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s memos on April 15 On April 8the CBI had filed a fifth charge sheet also naming Andhra Pradesh Home Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy as one of the accused Sabita is the third minister from Andhra Pradesh to figure in five charge sheets filed by the CBI in connection with properties allegedly amassed by Jaganwhich are disproportionate to his known sources of income Other accused include Jaganhis aide Vijay Sai ReddyDalmia Cements Managing Director Punit Dalmiasuspended IAS officer Y Sri Lakshmi and the then Director of MinesAndhra PradeshV D Rajgopal In its four charge sheets filed earlierthe CBI had alleged that Jagan and his late father YS Rajsekhar Reddy had hatched a conspiracy to defraud the Andhra Pradesh government According to these charge sheetsthe Andhra Pradesh government headed by the late YS Rajsekhar Reddyallegedly granted favours to certain companieswhich made investments (at a very high premium) in businesses owned by his son Jaganas a quid pro quo Jaganarrested on May 27 last yearis currently in judicial remand and lodged at the Chanchalguda Central Prison here Jagan’s aide Vijay Sai Reddyalso filed a memo in the courtrequesting it to consider this charge sheet as the final onesince the CBI had earlier informed the Supreme Court that it would file “one final charge sheet” after completing the investigation The CBI is likely to file its reply about YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s memos on April 15 On April 8the CBI had filed a fifth charge sheet also naming Andhra Pradesh Home Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy as one of the accused Sabita is the third minister from Andhra Pradesh to figure in five charge sheets filed by the CBI in connection with properties allegedly amassed by Jaganwhich are disproportionate to his known sources of income Other accused include Jaganhis aide Vijay Sai ReddyDalmia Cements Managing Director Punit Dalmiasuspended IAS officer Y Sri Lakshmi and the then Director of MinesAndhra PradeshV D Rajgopal In its four charge sheets filed earlierthe CBI had alleged that Jagan and his late father YS Rajsekhar Reddy had hatched a conspiracy to defraud the Andhra Pradesh government According to these charge sheetsthe Andhra Pradesh government headed by the late YS Rajsekhar Reddyallegedly granted favours to certain companieswhich made investments (at a very high premium) in businesses owned by his son Jagan as a quid pro quo Jaganarrested on May 27 last yearis currently in judicial remand and lodged at the Chanchalguda Central Prison here For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ishita Mishra | Updated: March 5 2017 12:57 pm All 13 members of Prabhu Dayal’s family are employed in bangle-making (Express Photo by Ishita Mishra) Top News ALL Prabhu Dayal left behind was a couple of clothes a few magazines and a roll of cotton Every night he would sift through the magazines for pictures — he couldn’t read -— and just before he turned in would stuff some cotton into his ears to block the noise of trains from the railway station just 350 metres from his home The clothes a yellow checked shirt a green shirt and black trousers occupied every other hour of his days Family members say Dayal 42 had bought the clothes over a decade ago for a cousin’s wedding He borrowed Rs 1000 to purchase them and a wedding gift; had been repaying the amount since; and on February 25 was allegedly burnt alive by men working for his employer who had lent him that money Visitors have been streaming into the double-storey house where Dayal spent his life in the narrow lanes of Old Firozabad’s Azad Nagar since What else is making news Rakesh Kumar Dayal’s uncle is surprised at all the attention In this Dalit locality where almost 10000 people live on the scraps of the city’s Rs 1200-crore bangle industry employing over 25 lakh workers in all stories like Dayal’s — of a lifetime spent in debt — are not uncommon Rakesh 61 says all 13 members of his extended family are part of the bangle business While bangles are made in factories these are not circular at the time but long wires The factory owners send these wires cut to different sizes to contractors to be folded into bangles The contractors in turn employ people like Dayal Rakesh and his family At their home Rakesh’s daughter-in-law Reena is busy counting bangles and tying them in bundles while breastfeeding her nine-month-old son Husband Om Prakash sits next to her fixing the broken ones over a small lantern Rakesh is sweeping the floor to ensure remains of the bangles don’t hurt the children running around barefeet On good days the family can earn Rs 500-600 a day just about enough for the 13-member household However business has been down since demonetisation When they need extra money as Dayal did employers are their only resort The employers deduct the money owed from their wages Like Dayal most of the labourers are uneducated and go by what they are told by the employers on how much money remains to be paid back With no government schools nearby hardly any children study and start helping out the elders from childhood Dayal’s parents who died when he was very young were bangle makers too Rakesh’s sister Darshan Devi who raised Dayal says the children know better than to complain “What else do we know” she says “What else can we do” In summer when temperatures go up to 45 degrees Celsius in Firozabad it gets the hardest to work over fire to fix the bangles So many of them keep a bucket of water next to them At intervals they dip into it and pour some water over themselves Rakesh says Dayal had borrowed Rs 1000 from his employer Ranveer Singh for the wedding “He got just Rs 700 in hand as Rs 300 was deducted as part of the first instalment Since then he had been repaying the loan Rs 150 every month and had almost returned Rs 20000 but Singh always told him some money was remaining It’s not just Prabhu but we are all slaves of our employers because of the money we take from them during emergencies” says Rakesh On February 24 Dayal had fallen ill and wasn’t able to report for work that day and the next Family members say they can’t remember the last time he didn’t go to work Most of them work even through festivals carrying the bangles home if the factory is closed At 8 am on February 25 Ranveer Singh’s son Satish and his men allegedly came to their home and dragged Dayal to their bangle unit Family members say Dayal kept pleading that he would turn up for work when he got better but they ignored him Keshav 15 who also works at Ranveer Singh’s bangle unit and claims to have seen Dayal being set on fire says the 42-year-old struggled to hold the bangles in his hands and was attacked with the same lantern that he used to fix broken bangles by Satish and the others “Aag laga diye wo Hum ghabra ke bhaag aaye Dekha nahin jaa raha tha jab wo chilla raha tha (They just burnt him We fled in fear I couldn’t bear to see him screaming)” says Keshav afraid to say more due to the fear of Ranveer Singh Dayal was brought to hospital with 70 per cent burns and died the next day The bangle unit in Gali No 4 Azad Nagar employs 50 people An upper caste Singh and his nine sons are influential and much feared in Azad Nagar Keshav’s father Ram Saran says he was forced to send his 15-year-old to work for Singh because of the money he owed him “I borrowed Rs 1000 around six years ago I am still repaying it” he says He needed the money as his wife was pregnant They have six children Talking about how Singh’s wealth gives him clout with police Ram Saran says Singh didn’t give him leave even on the day his six-month-old son died on February 13 due to cold “Bacche ko jala ke aane ke baad bhi kaam pe gaye (I went to work even that day after cremating my child)” Saran says adding that he believes only BSP chief Mayawati can help Dalits While an FIR has been filed against Satish and six others on Rakesh’s complaint Abhay Saxena the SHO of Line Paar Police Station doubts Dayal’s family’s claim “You tell me can anyone set a man on fire like this Dayal was their employee They loved him that is why they took him to hospital Satish’s arms got burnt as he tried to save Prabhu” he says adding “Prabhu actually committed suicide He was fed up with life” Ranveer Singh Satish and all the other six are absconding Their house is locked Vinay Kumar the owner of a glass bangle factory in Firozabad admits stories of exploitation of workers are not new However according to him it is mostly the contractors who are to blame and not owners like him Hanuman Prasad Garg president of the UP Glass Industry Syndicate also blames contractors for the “bonded labour” rampant in the bangle industry “Poverty is the issue We are not in direct touch with such workers; we pay mediators and contractors To earn more they try to pay minimum wages to the workers” Garg adds that the situation is not unique to the bangle industry “Moneylending exists everywhere in India What’s new in this We read about it daily in the papers” he says Dayal’s aunt Darshan Devi has been doing the rounds of police since he was allegedly set on fire She says he was a kind man devoted to his family “His mother died when he was just three months old His father died when he was 8 He had no siblings and decided not to marry He never made us feel he was not our son” she says They have other concerns as well The National Green Tribunal has been talking about either shifting or shutting down the bangle factories and units as Firozabad falls under the TTZ (Taj Trapezium Zone) Sheela a widow and mother of three who works in a bangle unit in the Line Paar area says no one is bothered about people like her “There are schemes for farmers and they get compensation during calamities The government waives off their loans No one helps us… as if we are not humans Labourers are the most vulnerable community and we are ignored” she says Rakesh says Dayal’s death has made him worry for his children Pointing out the irony of him dying of burns after a lifetime spent working with fire he says “I know we will live and die like this Par kya hamare bachche bhi aise hi tap-tap ke khatam honge (But will our children too die slogging)” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 11 2016 1:54 pm The plea filed by Centre for Civil Society has alleged “Right to Education has been reduced to right to schooling” Top News The Delhi High Court has sought AAP government’s reply to a plea challenging its new education reform plan ‘Chunauti 2018’ which seeks to check dropout rate of students and improve education quality with special focus on the weaker students Under ‘Chunauti 2018’ scheme students would be mapped and the weaker students would be given “special focus” to enhance learning levels from classes 6 to 9 A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal also issued notices to all the three municipal corporations here and sought their stand on the plea which has demanded that ‘Chunauti 2018’ be extended to primary classes as well The plea said the current scheme prescribes assessments and supplementary learning interventions only for children of classes 6 to 9 The court has fixed the matter for hearing on November 28 The plea filed by Centre for Civil Society has alleged “Right to Education has been reduced to right to schooling” Advocate Prashant Narang appearing for the organisation said “The current emphasis is on buildings teachers and toilets rather than learning Assessment showed huge learning deficits and government knows it very well” “RTE places a legal obligation on the government local authority and teachers to ensure learning through assessments and targeted learning intervention Not only for middle classes but for primary classes as well” it added The plea further said the recent assessment of sixth graders conducted by the government found that 74 per cent students were unable to read or write basic text of Hindi indicating huge learning deficits accrued during primary classes ‘Chunauti 2018’ academic plan announced by the Directorate of Education of AAP government lays down the framework for assessing and mentoring students of classes 6-9 to raise their performance to expected levels The plea said it has been observed in the past that the children from government schools reaching secondary grade levels have huge learning deficits but the scheme completely excludes children of primary classes ‘Chunauti 2018’ aims at training and mentoring all students enrolled in class 9 for 2016-17 academic year regardless of their learning levels at this point to successfully appear for the class 10 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