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Artists want transfer of Hema murder case 13.2.2016 Asian Age: Mumbai
Chintan Upadhyay 61 artists write to Maharashtra CM to transfer probe to independent agency. As many as 61 contemporary artists from different parts of the country have come together to write a letter to chief minister Devendra Fadnavis (The Asian Age has access to it), requesting transfer of double murder investigation to crime department or any such independent agency. The artists include National Award winning photographer-filmmaker, Rafeeq Ellias; Bangalore-based Lalit Kala Award winner, Sheela Gowda; Delhi-based National Award winner, Veer Munshi; Bangalore-based National Award winner, Pushpamala N.; Delhi-based Padma Shri awardee, Manu Parekh; Delhi-based Padma Bhushan awardee Arpita Singh and Delhi-based National Award winner, Paramjit Singh. In their letter sent to the CM on Thursday, artists have sought an appointment with the CM and also appealed to him to direct concerned authorities to perform due diligence. “The absence of direct or indirect evidence against Chintan Upadhyay after such an ...
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Cop donates deceased wife’s organs 13.2.2016 Asian Age: Mumbai
Cornea and liver sent to different hospitals. Nandakumar Naik, a constable at Nagpada police station lost his wife Sheela Naik on Thursday when she suddenly succumbed to brain haemorrhage. However, after Sheela’s death, Nandakumar decided to donate her cornea and liver. Fifty two-year-old Sheela, mother of three, suddenly fell unconscious while cooking in their house. She was admitted at Nanavati Hospital for treatment where she died on Thursday and Nandakumar gave his consent to donate her organs. Her liver has been sent to Fortis Hospital and cornea to Lilavati Hospital for transplantation. “I could not help my wife despite trying my best but through the organ donation, I could save lives of others. We also wanted to donate her kidneys and heart but the doctor said that the organs were in a bad condition so they could not use them,” said Nandakumar. “I did it just for humanity, as my responsibility to the society,” he added. This was the second cadaver donation received by Nanavati Hospital on the same ...
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Pak foils jailbreak bid to free Daniel Pearl killer 13.2.2016 TOI: Pakistan
Pakistan army on Thursday announced the arrest of nearly 100 militants and foiled an imminent jailbreak attempt to free top alQaida terrorist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, sentenced to death for 2002 murder of Wall Street journalist Daniel ...
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JMM leader Jidan Horo shot dead 13.2.2016 Zee News : States
JMM leader Jidan Horo was today gunned down by unidentified assailants near Pipal chowk under Khunti police station this evening, police said.
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Greek farmers clash with police, parade tractors in pensions protest | Reuters 13.2.2016 FirstPost: World

ATHENS Angry Greek farmers clashed with riot police in Athens then paraded their tractors and pick-ups outside parliament on Friday, in their first big protest in the capital against pension reform plans after weeks of road blockades. Officers guarded the entrance to the agricultural ministry and fired tear gas to disperse protesters who hurled tomatoes, eggplants and stones at the building, smashing windows and using shepherd's crooks to repel police during scuffles

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Jungle Raj 2.0: Bihar sees second political killing in seven days 13.2.2016 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
The Bihar vice-president of BJP was shot dead on Friday in the second murder of a politician in the state within a week and the seventh high-profile killing since the JD(U)-RJD-Congress government assumed office on November 20, ...
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JMM Leader Jidan Horo Shot Dead 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
JMM leader Jidan Horo was today gunned down by unidentified assailants near Pipal chowk under Khunti police station this evening, police said.
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Notorious Dacoit's Woman Paramour, Aide Held 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
A woman paramour and an associate of dacoit Chandan Gadaria, who was killed in an encounter, were arrested in the wee hours, police said.
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Lead for Missing Army Captain Turns Wrong, Family Returns 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
Father of the Army captain headed to Varanasi to identify a corpse found there but returned mid-way after it was confirmed that the body was not of his son.
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Physically Challenged Gas Balloon Seller Dies in Cylinder Blast 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
A 45-year-old physically-challenged balloon seller was today killed and three minors were injured when a his gas cylinder exploded here, police said.
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Double Murder Accused Confesses Killing Two More 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Five Maoists Give up Arms 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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No clues yet in lawyer murder case 13.2.2016 TOI: Lucknow Times
More than three days have passed since the murder of a lawyer but city police has yet to find the ...
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Other Stories 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Manish Sisodia: Centre saffronising police 13.2.2016 Asian Age: Delhi
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Photo: PTI/File) In a scathing attack, deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Friday accused the BJP-led Central government of “saffronising” the Delhi police, which has had frequent run-ins with the ruling AAP government. As the Arvind Kejriwal government completes one year in office, Mr Sisodia said that Centre has resorted to “cheap tactics” to stop it from working through the lieutenant-governor, the police, the Anti-Corruption Branch and by wresting control over transfer and postings. “There has been death of a six-year-old student at a private school, but no one has been arrested so far. A teacher of a government school was brutally beaten up. Besides, there have been several crimes of rapes and murder, but the police is not arresting anyone,” Mr Sisodia told a news agency. He said, instead, the police is nabbing an AAP legislator who had a fight with his wife and another party legislator who had a quarrel with officers. AAP’s one year saw arrest of six ...
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Jessy Deposes before Soro Police 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Delhi police gives clean chit to SRK, Salman Khan 13.2.2016 Asian Age: Delhi
Bollywood actors Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan were shooting at a makeshift temple, which was part of the set in a studio for Bigg Boss 9, and they had no intention to hurt religious sentiments, the Delhi police told a court here giving a clean chit to the megastars. The police, in its action taken report (ATR), said the shooting of the promo, showing the actors wearing shoes in a temple, was done in a studio and no such incident, as alleged in the complaint, ever took place. “In view of the facts and report, no cognizable offence is made out. The promo was not shot to disturb the sanctity of a religious place or disturb or hurt the religious sentiments of any individual, group, community or section of the society. “However, the undersigned is ready to abide by the order passed by the court,” the report forwarded by SHO of the Roop Nagar police station and filed by sub-inspector Naveen Kumar said. The report was filed in the court of additional chief metropolitan magistrate V.K. Gautam who was on leave ...
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Lawyers-on-rampage: Police turn to social media for proof 13.2.2016 TOI: Lucknow Times
About 50 lawyers who indulged in violence on Wednesday have been identified and process to name them in FIRs is ...
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Murder Trail from Athagarh to Gua: Two More Aides Arrested 13.2.2016 newindianexpress.com
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JNU turns into political battleground 13.2.2016 Asian Age: Delhi
The Jawaharlal Nehru University has turned into a political battleground after its students’ union leader Kanhaiya Kumar was arrested on Friday by Delhi police personnel in plainclothes. The university has been facing severe criticism by the right-wing groups including the RSS and the BJP, ever since the JNU students had started raising their voice against Muzaffarnagar riots and death of the dalit student in Hyderabad. The BJP had been criticising the Left-dominated university for propagating wrong information about the two incidents. Tuesday’s event to mark the hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, in which some students had allegedly raised anti-India slogans, sparked a major political row but outside the campus. An AISF leader said that ever since the BJP has come to power at the Centre, its supporters have been trying to vitiate the secular environment of the JNU campus. “They (saffron brigade) are trying to wrest control over the campus. But we will fight till end to see we our freedom ...
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