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2 men arrested for smuggling gold at IGIA

The customs officers at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) on Saturday caught two men for allegedly trying to smuggle gold worth over 50 lakhs into the country by hiding it in the transformer of a microwave oven. Both were arrested and the gold was seized from them.According to the officers, the two men, aged 21 and 34, arrived at the IGI airport from Dubai in different flights. When the duo was about to exit the green channel, it was then that they were stopped by the customs sleuths deployed at the terminal 3 and were asked to cooperate for a thorough frisking.”It was then, while checking their baggage, that a microwave transformer was recovered in which two gold cylinders were found concealed. The market value of these gold cylinders weighing 2,000 grams is worth Rs 56.6 lakh,” an airport official said.The officials said that both of them were asked about the gold but since they could not provide any satisfactory reply, they were arrested under the provisions of Section 104 of the Customs Act, 1962, and the gold was seized.Further investigation is underway, the officer said. Customs at the IGI airport has stepped up vigil following repeated cases of gold smuggling busted at the airport recently.

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Gujarat elections 2017 | Webcasting: 21 people were monitoring 441 sensitive booths

A team of 21 people was continuously monitoring 441 sensitive booths in 21 constituencies via webcasting on Thursday.The team had installed 441 cameras at these booths, 21 most sensitive ones from the select constituencies to see what was happening in real time. Data was collected from the past three elections to identify these booths.Rajendra Sarvaiya, the Addition district election officer, said, “Entire footage is stored on our hard drive for further reference. Also the real time monitoring would have come handy in case there were some issues that needed immediate intervention.”Apart from the CCTV cameras, at every 441 booths, a team member was also deployed, who gave regular updates. These men were deployed at the location as a backup if there was an issue in the CCTV cameras at the time. The monitoring helped control room to tackle two EVM issues in Naroda and Jamalpur booths. Technical teams were rushed and machines were replaced immediately.

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Tamil Nadu: BJP leader arrested after attack on Christian prayer hall in Coimbatore

Tamil Nadu police have arrested four people including a local BJP leader after a Christian prayer hall was vandalized.A group of people allegedly damaged glass panes and chairs at a prayer hall on the city outskirts, police said.People in the area had complained about meetings being held during night at the hall, creating a disturbance.Also readSpecial teams across Goa to track vandalism culpritsAccording to reports, Nandkumar, a local BJP leader and three others – all residents of area – have been arrested.”BJP workers threw chairs asking the group to stop the programme when they were distributing help to local people,” a police officer told NDTV.Police told the news agency said that those organising such meetings were asked to refrain from doing so.Referring to the incident police said no permission was taken to organise such a meeting, and police personnel have been deployed at the hall to prevent any untoward incidents.Also readSave country from nationalist forces: Gandhinagar Archbishop Thomas Macwan writes to Christians

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Bank ATM with Rs 4-5 lakh stolen in Bundi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Dodging the police, unidentified miscreants, on intervening Tuesday night plucked an ATM machine containing about Rs 4-5 lakh installed at Central Bank of India branch on Nainwa road in Bundi and fled away by a loading transport vehicle which was also lifted from about 100 meters in the same area. Around four to five youths with covered faces were visible on the CCTV camera.On the report by the bank manager, a case has been lodged.According to Police officials, no night watchman was deployed at the ATM kiosk and the ATM was open to any kind of risk, theft or robbery like incident.The unidentified youths first disconnected the electric supply of the kiosk and plucked out the machine within minutes and fled away by a loading transport vehicle, DSP said and added a loading transport vehicle was last night also lifted (stolen) by unidentified miscreants from about 100 meters away on the same road and police is moving on the investigation with interlinking both the incidents. An employee of the bank, while on the morning walk today morning, noticed the ATM machine missing from the kiosk following which he informed the senior bank branch officials and the police, told CBI bank branch manager Pramod Kumar Ghatiya. The ATM machine, at the time of the incident, is likely to be containing about 4 to 5 lakhs as the ATM was loaded with currency notes two to three days ago, the manager said.

Students help AAI solve toll booth woes

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Airports Authority of India has roped in students from the HL College of Commerce to monitor and collect data from the toll booth near the city’s airports.A team of seven students, which was deployed at the toll booth from Thursday midnight, will keep a record of the number and types of vehicles passing by.”We have two projects related to the airport. In the toll booth project, the airports’ authority wants to ascertain what types of vehicles come to airport and the time taken at the booth,” said Dr Parag Shah, professor of Statistics, HL College of Commerce.”Depending on the data, different booths might be created for private and public vehicles. Seven students will work on the project for 48 hours in different shifts. They have been given shifts of 12 hours and after the project, we will collect an extensive data and submit to airport officials,” he added.”Once this project is over, the students will make an analysis of passengers flying with different airline companies, their preferences and reasons for choosing a particular airline. The project will start in October and we will cover the domestic and international airport,” he added.STUDENTS AT WORKAirports Authority of India has roped in students from HL College of Commerce
The team of seven students will monitor and collect data from the toll booths near the city’s airports

AI plane flies with landing gear out; 2 pilots taken off duty

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Air India has derostered two women pilots as they forgot to retract the landing gear of a city- bound flight after take off from Kolkata last week, according to airline officials. Faced with low fuel for the onward journey, the flight was diverted to Nagpur, where it made a safe landing. The incident involving Kolkata-Mumbai flight — that was carrying nearly 100 passengers — happened on July 22. Officials said the pilots did not retract the landing gear after take-off. Following the incident, the two women pilots have been derostered and the initial probe report has also been submitted to the executives concerned, they added. “The pilots were derostered after the incident was reported. Investigation is on,” Air India spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar said. Landing gear is deployed at the time of landing and take off. Soon after a plane takes off, the landing gear is retracted but in this particular instance, the pilots concerned failed to retract it. As the landing gear of the aircraft was not retracted, it resulted in increased fuel consumption.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Govt medical team deployed at wedding of Chg Home minister’s

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A controversy has erupted over alleged deployment of a government medical team at the venue of the marriage of the son of Chhattisgarh Home Minister Ramsewak Paikra here. The image of the order copy, purportedly issued by the office of the Chief Medical and Health Officer (CMHO), Raipur district, on June 15, has gone viral on social media. Raising the issue, the Congress said such a deployment is unethical. “How government doctors and medical staff can be deployed during marriage of the home minister’s son? It’s wrong and unethical,” state unit Congress president Bhupesh Baghel tweeted today along with the image of the order’s copy. It is the violation of the code of conduct for government employees and a disciplinary action should be taken against the CMHO for issuing such an order, the Congress said in a statement. The purported order states that as per the information provided by the special secretary to the minister, the latter’s son Lavkesh Paikra’s marriage function is to be held at a city hotel on June 18. It further states that a five-member medical team will remain deployed at the marriage and reception venue from 8 pm till completion of the ceremony, for emergency services. When contacted, Raipur CMHO Dr SK Shandilya denied that the medical team was deployed at the wedding. “The order was issued for the constitution of a medical team and not for its deployment at the venue of the wedding function,” the CMHO told(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Cops foil women’s group bid to protest against arrest of

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Police today thwarted an attempt by a women’s group to stage a demonstration against alleged wrongful arrest of some innocent Dalits in connection with caste clashes here. Mahila Adhikar Manch had threatened to stage a demonstration against the arrest of some “innocent” Dalits in connection with violence and clashes in various parts of Saharanpur since May 5. The Manch claimed that some Dalits arrested were innocent and it had planned to submit a memorandum to the district administration in this regard. But the police and the paramilitary personnel deployed at the entrances of the district headquarters allowed people to enter only after vetting them. Additional SP Prabal Pratap Singh said the forces were deployed as a preventive measure and no organisation had sort permission for a demonstration. Violence first broke out in Saharanpur about a month ago following a procession to mark Ambedkar Jayanti. On May 5, a person was killed and 15 people were injured in clashes between Dalits and upper caste Thakurs. About a dozen police vehicles were set ablaze and 12 policemen were injured on May 9. On May 23, another person was shot dead and two others were wounded.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

In a first, women cops on bikes to patrol the streets of South Delhi

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>From market areas to secluded stretches to posh residential colonies to crime-ridden dingy bylanes of the Capital — Delhiites are all set to witness women cops on motorcycles, keeping a hawk-eye vigil across the city till late in the evening.The initiative, launched in the south district first, is aimed at making women feel safer and more comfortable while approaching the patrolling police parties, in case of any crime.According to senior officers, for now, three teams with two women cops in each, have been deployed at the south campus and RK Puram police stations. They said that gradually, more teams will be formed and a larger area will be covered.Additional DCP (south) Chinmoy Biswal said the women cops will patrol on police bikes, with beacons fitted on them.”This is the first time that such an initiative has been undertaken by the Delhi Police. These women personnel would be deployed as per shifts. They would interact with the local women and also keep an eye on miscreants. This would ensure fewer incidents of snatching and other petty crimes. Women and girls can approach these cops to seek advice on safety and self-defence as well,”he said.Biswal further said that efforts to establish such patrolling teams in every police station will soon be undertaken. “When required, these teams will swing into action, as they have been trained to deal with any untoward situation. They will also be in constant touch with the police stations concerned and have been provided with various communication gadgets,”the officer added.On the wheelsThis initiative has been launched in the south districtThree teams with two women cops in each have been deployed at the south campus and RK Puram police stations for nowMore teams will be formed and a larger area will be covered soon. The women cops will patrol on police bikes, with beacons fitted on them

West Bengal: At least 7 killed after speeding car runs over pedestrians

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A speeding car ran over pedestrians in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district, killing seven and injuring seven others on Monday.According to locals, the driver of the car was under the influence of alcohol, when he hit the pedestrians, killing four girls and two boys, all students of a school in Bishnupur, as well as one parent of the student. The driver managed to flee the spot after the accident. The seven injured have been rushed to a hospital in Kolkata. They have been kept under observation and continue to be in a serious condition.Meanwhile, locals staged a blockade protesting against the rash driving and were seen vandalising the car. They also pelted stones at police officials who rushed to the spot to bring the situation under control. Later, policemen were seen resorting to lathicharge to disperse the agitating locals.On the other hand, a huge contingent of district police officials have been deployed at the spot to maintain the law and order situation there and they have also begun a lookout for the absconding car driver.

Haven’t talked to my husband, don’t know where he is: BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Singh’s wife’s plea on Facebook

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Monday, a BSF jawan became an internet sensation when he posted a video about poor quality food . This led to a huge uproar with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh promising to take action. However, Tej Bahadur Yadav came under fire from the BSF, who claimed that he is a ‘habitual offender’ who was almost court-martialed in 2010 for indiscipline. BSF claimed that Tej Bahadur even pointed a gun at his senior once. On Tuesday, there was another post on his Facebook account which was reportedly posted by his wife. She took to Facebook to claim that she hadn’t heard from him since last evening, and didn’t even know his condition. She wrote on Facebook: “TEJ BAHADUR KI WIFE. Sabhi desh vasiyo ko mera namaskar mein aap sbhi se social media ke jarye ye batana cha ti hu ki meri mere husband se kal shaam se baat nahi ho pa rahi hume to ye bhi nhi pata ki unko kaha aur kaise halat me rakha gaya hai.”(Tej Bahadur’s wife. Greeting to all Indians. I want to tell you all through social media that I haven’t talked to my husband since yesterday evening. I don’t even know where he is or what condition he is in.) A screenshot of her post: The BSF said the constable, who claimed poor quality food was being served to soldiers on the LoC, was court-martialed in 2010 for indiscipline and aiming a gun at a senior officer even as it assured of a thorough probe into his allegations.”A high-level enquiry is underway as the BSF has taken the allegations leveled by the constable very seriously.”However, prima facie it was found that no other jawan deployed at the same place had any problem with the quality of food being served to them,” IG BSF DK Upadhyaya told reporters here.The IG said DIG level officers who visited the camp earlier had never received any complaint similar to the allegations raised by Constable Tej Bahadur Yadav.”Even Yadav never raised any complaint earlier when the DIG went to the post,” he said.He said the constable has been a habitual offender and was court-martialed in 2010 for indiscipline and pointing a gun at a senior officer.”It is reality. He has many complaints against him including intoxication, insubordination, aiming a gun at a senior officer. He was court-martialed in 2010. But keeping in view his family and his children, he was not dismissed from the service but was given a rigorous imprisonment of 89 days,” the IG said.Upadhyaya said Yadav has applied for a voluntary retirement from the force and was to leave the services on January 31.Regarding the allegations leveled by Yadav in his videos, the IG BSF said the quality of the food was same for the officers and jawans deployed on forward posts.”The BSF itself purchases ration for its force deployed on the International Border, but for the deployment on the Line of Control, the ration is supplied by the army and nobody has ever complained about the quality of the food either on LoC or the IB,” the IG said.He said that as the winter stocking started from January 1, the jawans do not get fresh vegetables as the force rely mostly on tinned food and there has been no complaint against it.”That too is a time-tested method and the quality of the ration from army is also good. The jawans get vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food as per their liking,” he said.The IG said that to ensure that an impartial inquiry is conducted into the entire episode, Yadav has been shifted from his headquarters.”He has been shifted to another headquarter to ensure that an impartial inquiry is conducted and that he does not complain of being pressurized.”The prima facie inquiry conducted reveal that no other jawan deployed at the same place had any complaint about the quality of the food and they were quite satisfied with it,” he said.The officer said that a thorough probe will be conducted and the aspect of Yadav taking a mobile phone at the forward post will also be probed.”The jawans are not allowed to take mobile phone when on duty on the forward posts and the same has to be deposited before going on duty. This aspect as how he took mobile phone along with him would also be inquired,” the IGP said.Yadav’s videos posted on his Facebook page allegedly showing poor quality food being served to jawans had yesterday gone viral, forcing Home Minister Rajnath Singh to order an inquiry into the entire episode. With inputs from agencies

Jawan’s video goes viral: BSF claims soldier was court-martialed in 2010, had aimed gun at senior officer

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The BSF said the constable, who claimed poor quality food was being served to soldiers on the LoC, was court-martialed in 2010 for indiscipline and aiming a gun at a senior officer even as it assured of a thorough probe into his allegations. “A high-level enquiry is underway as the BSF has taken the allegations leveled by the constable very seriously.”However, prima facie it was found that no other jawan deployed at the same place had any problem with the quality of food being served to them,” IG BSF DK Upadhyaya told reporters here.The IG said DIG level officers who visited the camp earlier had never received any complaint similar to the allegations raised by Constable Tej Bahadur Yadav.”Even Yadav never raised any complaint earlier when the DIG went to the post,” he said.He said the constable has been a habitual offender and was court-martialed in 2010 for indiscipline and pointing a gun at a senior officer.”It is reality. He has many complaints against him including intoxication, insubordination, aiming a gun at a senior officer. He was court-martialed in 2010. But keeping in view his family and his children, he was not dismissed from the service but was given a rigorous imprisonment of 89 days,” the IG said.Upadhyaya said Yadav has applied for a voluntary retirement from the force and was to leave the services on January 31. Regarding the allegations leveled by Yadav in his videos, the IG BSF said the quality of the food was same for the officers and jawans deployed on forward posts.”The BSF itself purchases ration for its force deployed on the International Border, but for the deployment on the Line of Control, the ration is supplied by the army and nobody has ever complained about the quality of the food either on LoC or the IB,” the IG said. He said that as the winter stocking started from January 1, the jawans do not get fresh vegetables as the force rely mostly on tinned food and there has been no complaint against it.”That too is a time-tested method and the quality of the ration from army is also good. The jawans get vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food as per their liking,” he said.The IG said that to ensure that an impartial inquiry is conducted into the entire episode, Yadav has been shifted from his headquarters. “He has been shifted to another headquarter to ensure that an impartial inquiry is conducted and that he does not complain of being pressurized. “The prima facie inquiry conducted reveal that no other jawan deployed at the same place had any complaint about the quality of the food and they were quite satisfied with it,” he said. The officer said that a thorough probe will be conducted and the aspect of Yadav taking a mobile phone at the forward post will also be probed.”The jawans are not allowed to take mobile phone when on duty on the forward posts and the same has to be deposited before going on duty. This aspect as how he took mobile phone along with him would also be inquired,” the IGP said.Yadav’s videos posted on his Facebook page allegedly showing poor quality food being served to jawans had yesterday gone viral, forcing Home Minister Rajnath Singh to order an inquiry into the entire episode.

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