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Respect for Indians grew after PM Modi’s foreign visits, says Sushma Swaraj

RSS leader Manmohan Vaidya too participated in the six-day camp which started yesterday where around 700 representatives from 45 countries are participating.

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Karat’s comments come at a time when questions have been raised in the closed door meet of the party on lack of sufficient democratic atmosphere within the CPI(M). Earlier on many occasions disgruntled leaders have accused the CPI(M) of lack in inner party democracy and a tendency of imposing decisions from the top.

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Former MP Rajaiah’s daughter-in-law alleges harassment in e-mail

Sarika had reportedly mailed Rehana, her advocate in Hyderabad about the harassment she was facing from her in-laws and husband

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A trouble for former Congress MP Sircilla Rajaiah, his wife and son who were arrested on Thursday night following their sustained grilling by police in connection with the death of his daughter-in-law Sarika and three grandsons has now increased.The charred bodies of S Sarika and her three children Abhinav (7), and twins Ayaan and Shriyaan (3) were recovered on Thursday morning from the house of the former MP at Hanamkonda.According to reports, Sarika had sent an e-mail to her lawyer, but the cops have reportedly denied having knowledge regarding the email.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A report in Deccan Chronicle states that Sarika had emailed Rehana, her advocate in Hyderabad about the harassment she was facing from her in-laws and husband. She has also mentioned that she was pressurised her to leave the house and were constantly harassed and after Rajaiah became MP, the harassment apparently increased. Sarika also said that her husband Anil was involved in an illicit relationship with another woman and assaulted her over small issues.She also accused the husband of not spending on the education of her children or other needs and had mortgaged her mangalsutra for money.The report adds that Sarika has also alleged that when she became pregnant with her second child she was harassed more. Her mother-in-law scolded her in front of household help and relatives and her children were left to starve on occasions.She has also quoted her father-in-law in the email as allegedly saying, “A number of women are sacrificing their lives for their husband and in-laws. What can you do? If you complain, legally nothing will happen, power is in our hands.”Suicide or Murder?Meanwhile, the doctors have stated that it will take at least 15 days to establish the cause of death.Hanamkonda ACP Shobhan Kumar has told the daily that they will need to see the revenue panchnama report, post-mortem and forensic reports before they can ascertain if it was suicide or murder. But forensic experts have said that the bones of Sarika and her children were broken and their lungs were filled with smoke.

Telangana: Fire at former MP Siricilla Rajaiah’s house; daughter-in-law, three grandchildren Killed

Three grandchildren and daughter-in-law of former Congress lawmaker Siricilla Rajaiah were burnt alive after a fire broke out at their residence in Warangal in Telangana early Wednesday morning.

Three grandchildren and daughter-in-law of former Congress lawmaker Siricilla Rajaiah were burnt alive after a fire broke out at their residence in Warangal in Telangana early Wednesday morning.”Four persons including Rajaiah’s daughter-in-law (S Sarika) and his three grandchildren, all boys, died in the fire incident,” a senior police officer said, adding, all of them succumbed to burn injuries on the spot.Asked on the cause of the fire and reports of cooking gas explosion leading to the mishap, the police officer said, “Most probably the fire was due to gas expolsion…it is too early to come to a conclusion…it will take some more time…there is no clarity.”<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The fire occurred on the second floor of Rajaiah’s house in Hanamkonda area of Warangal city where the members were staying.Sarika and her three sons – Abhinav, Ayan and Sriyan were in the bedroom when the fire broke out.Sarika had filed a case of dowry and even staged a sit-in outside her father-in-law’s house in April 2014. She married Rajaiah’s son in 2002, reports NDTV.Rajaiah Siricilla had on October 31 filed his nominations for the November 21 bypoll to Warangal (SC) Lok Sabha constituency in Telangana.The bypoll was necessitated following the resignation of Kadiam Srihari (TRS) who became the deputy Chief Minister of Telangana.

Eight-year-old writes to PM Modi over unfinished flyover; gets response from PMO

Bengaluru: Concerned over reaching school late due to traffic snarls caused by an under-construction flyover, an eight-year-old boy in Bengaluru wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi whose office directed the concerned department to look into the issue.

“The under-construction flyover is causing problems for the people in surrounding area and especially I reach school late. I decided to write a letter to the Prime Minister after my grandfather advised me to do so,” the boy, Abhinav, told reporters.

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The work on the flyover, which falls on the way to his school in Yeshwanthpur, causes delays due to traffic jams, said Abhinav, who stays in Doddabommasandra.

It takes him 45 minutes to travel a three km distance from home to school.

Asked why he wrote a letter to the Prime Minister rather than the municipal body, the boy said, “The Prime Minister can solve any problem and hence I wrote to him.”

To his delight, after two weeks, Abhinav received a response from the Prime Minister’s Office saying that the concerned department had been asked to look into the matter.

Abhinav is now hopeful that the problem would be solved soon and that he would not get late to the school.

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BJP must fulfill its promise on AIIMS in Jammu: ACC

“The PDP-BJP agenda of alliance is the root cause of ongoing struggle in Jammu region for the establishment of AIIMS in Jammu,” chairman of ACC, Abhinav Sharma said.

AIIMS hunger strike in Jammu

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The AIIMS Coordination Committee (ACC) spearheading the agitation demanding setting up of an AIIMS in Jammu on Sunday said it has only suspended the bandh and not the agitation and asked BJP to fulfill its promise on AIIMS. “We have only suspended bandh and not our agitation,” chairman of ACC and president of JKHCBA, Jammu, Abhinav Sharma said here adding that the ACC would give a radical twist to the agitation in case the BJP fails to deliver the promise within the next few days.Sharma addressing a large gathering here warned that things will assume alarming proportions in Jammu if the BJP fails to deliver the promise after the Monsoon Session of the Parliament was over. He said the people of Jammu region are anxiously looking forward for the notification identifying the place where the sanctioned AIIMS will be established He described the PDP-BJP agenda of alliance as the root cause of ongoing struggle in Jammu region for the establishment of AIIMS in Jammu and urged the BJP to distance itself completely from it.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Sharma said it was strange that the BJP conceded the demand of the PDP seeking establishment of AIIMS in Kashmir even before becoming part of the government. “The PDP-BJP agenda of alliance is the root cause of ongoing struggle in Jammu region for the establishment of AIIMS in Jammu,” he said.He alleged that the woes of the people of the region would increase manifold in the coming days in case the BJP insisted on the implementation of the agenda of alliance, which is “anti” Jammu.Taking suo moto cognizance of the incident, Delhi Medical Council will seek a detailed reported from AIIMS, a senior DMC official said. The council will seek information on whether AIIMS had sought necessary permission for allowing the Japanese surgeon to conduct the procedure and also if patient consent norms were followed in the incident, the official further said.

Jammu to shut down for three days over setting up of AIIMS

Jammu: A committee of lawyers, traders and civil society members called for a three-day shutdown in Jammu beginning on Friday, accusing the central government of going back on its promise of setting up an AIIMS here.

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A coordination committee formed for pressing the government for setting up an All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Jammu comprises lawyers, traders, industrialists and civil society members.

“The Jammu region will remain shut on July 31, August 1 and 2,” Abhinav Sharma, chairman of the committee and president of Jammu Bar Association said at a hurriedly convened midnight press conference here.

“It became clear on July 20 that BJP had taken recourse to dirty politics as it failed to stand by its commitment to ensure that AIIMS for Jammu region is announced,” he said.

Deputy chief minister and senior BJP leader Nirmal Singh had given a written assurance that AIIMS would be announced before July 21.

The central government has announced setting up of an AIIMS in the Kashmir Valley, and an IIM in the the Jammu region.

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Punjab DGP arrives at terror spot 7 hours after commencement of operation

According to the information, the city deputy commissioner Abhinav Trikha had sent an SOS to the Tibri cantonment between 8.30 am and 9.00 am, following which the first helicopter carrying army men landed at the PAU regional station grounds within an hour.

DGP Sumedh Sani addresses the media after the operation

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The 11-hour gun-battle between the suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants and Punjab Police that killed seven people could have been could have been cut short if the Punjab Police had allowed the army to take control. But the repeated denial of permission by the Punjab Police to the army delayed the final manoeuvres, resulting in the crisis ending the crisis in the evening.According to the information, the city deputy commissioner Abhinav Trikha had sent an SOS to the Tibri cantonment between 8.30 am and 9.00 am, following which the first helicopter carrying army men landed at the PAU regional station grounds within an hour.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Further within hours following SOS from the district administration, nearly half a dozen choppers carrying over 150 army men landed in the PAU campus and were driven to the spot – the Dinanagar police station around 10km away. The army took stock of the situation and repeatedly kept on asking for taking control but was always asked to wait.The first request came around 12 noon when the senior army officers took stock of the situation and analysed the kind of ammunition and firing from the militant side. They asked the Punjab Police to hand over the operation to them but were told to wait as the decision was to come from the Punjab DGP Sumedh Singh Saini.Saini reached the spot around 1 pm and met DIG Arun Kumar Mittal, IG (border range) Ishwar Chander Sharma and SSP’s of Pathankot, Gurdaspur, Majithia and other officials. Saini said, “We have decided to engage them with intermittent fire till they ran out of ammunition. However, when we were ready to take the operation to another level, news filtered in that the terrorists might be ‘human bombs’. Once again we had to change our plans.”Even at this time the army requested the police to let them take control as suspected militants were human bombs, but the police officers told them that they have already worked out a strategy of raiding this old DSP’s office and that they themselves would be undertaking operations. This attitude of Punjab Police again kept the 150 NSG and SPG commandos waiting.A senior city officer said, “Following meetings with the senior police officers, Trikha got an idea that the situation is likely to go out of hand and that the army should be asked to reach Dinanagar.” He added that Trikha was keeping political bosses and DGP Sumedh Singh Saini in the loop about the crisis. “Though some of the senior officers did suggest that the army should be given the reigns following death of Gurdaspur SP (investigation) Baljit Singh, but due to some reasons which I cannot disclose the request was again refused.”

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