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In August,s comment was targeted at state election commissioner Meera Pandey. “Don’t forget,By: PTI | Published: August 11The youngsters are into performing stunts and so they were stealing the tyre for replacing the same in their bikes, said the source As per DSP Ashish Kapoorthe khakhi coloured jackets worn by the two accused and the alleged stolen wheel (with tyre) were recovered by the police For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: July 12 2012 6:32 pm Related News Director Kabir Khanwhose upcoming film ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ promos have not been shown in Pakistansays the act is justified as ‘they are taking precautions’ “It is absolutely justified because in the past we have seen films from here showing Pakistan in bad light or criticising the country So they are just taking precaution” Kabir said ApparentlyPakistan has restrained its cable operators from screening promos and reviews of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ saying that the Bollywood movie is aimed at tarnishing the image of the ISI A letter issued by the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authoritycountry’s media regulatory watchdogto all satellite TV channels and cable networks says ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ is reportedly based on the activities of ISI and RAW “Ban is an incorrect word…there is no ban They are holding it back due to political reasons It is just that they have to give us NOC for the movie to be shown there They will verify whether the film is proper to screen in Pakistan” Kabir said The makers will be meeting the censor board in Pakistan and would show them the movieten days before its release “We are going through proper channels where we will have to take our film to censor board to get NOC from them We will do this ten days before the release of the film” Kabir said Contrary to reports that Salman will be visiting Pakistanthe actor today said he is not going there Despite the controversyKabir seems positive with the film’s response in Pakistan “This film will be big money spinner for them” Kabir said Produced by Yash Raj Filmsthe film is set to release on August 15 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOn 31 March 2017 the Gujarat state assembly amended the state’s cow protection laws to extend the maximum sentence for cow slaughter from seven years to a life term and a fine of up to Rs 5 lakh The amendment made offences under the Gujarat Animal Preservation Act of 1954 which criminalises cow slaughter as well as transportation of cows for slaughter and possession of beef non-bailable After these amendments Gujarat holds the mantle of the state with the strictest laws in the country to protect cows bullocks bulls and their progeny In an analysis of cow protection laws across the country IndiaSpend found that: -As of March 2017 cow slaughter has been prohibited in 84percent of India’s states and union territories (UTs) which account for 9938percent of the country’s population -Laws banning cow slaughter in nearly half of these states are roughly 50 years old enacted during the tenure of the Indian National Congress The oldest bans on cow slaughter have been in place in Jammu andKashmir and Manipur promulgated by their former rulers in 1932 and 1936 respectively prior to Indian Independence and the annexation of states -After the Congress split in 1969 over 80percent of the states that enacted new laws prohibiting cow slaughter did so under a Janata Party or a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government Cow protection laws enacted or amended over the last 23 years in 10 of 11 states are especially more stringent -In 77percent or 24 states and UTs that prohibit cow slaughter the offence is cognisable and in more than half of these (13) it is non-bailable Under India’s criminal procedure code cognisable offences are serious crimes such as murder rape dowry deaths and kidnapping In such cases the police can make an arrest without a warrant and start investigation without a magistrate’s permission Cow-Protection Laws By State Source: IndiaSpend analysis of laws enacted by states & union territories India’s cow protection laws in ebbs and flows Cow protection has a long history in Indian politics dating back to pre-Independence times when it found support from mass organisations such as the Arya Samaj and a personage no less than Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 1950-1968: Post-Independence and after India became a republic in 1950 cow protection enthusiasts were reigned in and a ban on cow slaughter was only included as a Directive Principle of State Policy and not as a fundamental right as its supporters had demanded Nevertheless Congress governments enacted laws prohibiting cow slaughter in 15 states and UTs until just before the 1969 Congress party split The offence was made punishable with a prison term ranging from six months to two years Madhya Pradesh with a prison term of three years and a fine of Rs 5000 had the strictest law of its time after Jammu andKashmir Image used for representational purpose only Reuters 1977-1979: After a gap of eight years the enactment of cow protection laws saw a resurgence when the Janata Party with its Hindu nationalist elements from the Bharatiya Jana Sangh (which later formed the BJP) came to power in 1977 and served a two-year tenure at the country’s helm Laws came into force in the UTs of Goa and Daman andDiu and the state of Himachal Pradesh under a Janata Party government and Andhra Pradesh under Congress rule Maharashtra also under a Congress government strengthened its cow protection law replacing the Bombay Animal Preservation Act 1954 in force till then 1994 to present: Coinciding with a spike in communal conflict across the country in the early 1990s the promulgation of cow protection laws restarted in 1994 with the introduction of the Delhi Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act The law made cow slaughter punishable with a five-year prison term and a fine of Rs 10000–the strictest of its time after Jammu and Kashmir Since then cow protection laws have been enacted and amended in 11 states and UTs prescribing stricter punishment in 10 of these barring Sikkim (where restrictions and punishment are among the mildest) Nine of these states were ruled by the BJP at the time of enactment or amendment In 12 states cow slaughter can lead to a prison term ranging from two to 14 years Prior to Gujarat’s recent amendment the Muslim-dominated state of Jammu and Kashmir had the most stringent punishment for cow slaughter The law was instituted in 1932 under the Ranbir Penal Code the code introduced during the reign of the Dogra ruler Ranbir Singh which still applies in Jammu and Kashmir This law makes cow slaughter a cognisable and non-bailable offence punishable with up to 10 years’ imprisonment and a penalty of up to five times the value of the bovine killed Cows are estimated to cost lakhs in Jammu and Kashmir In terms of severity of punishment Haryana comes in third Enacted in 2015 the Haryana Gauvansh Sanrakshan and Gausamvardhan Act deems cow slaughter a cognisable non-bailable offence inviting a maximum punishment of 10 years’ rigorous imprisonment and a maximum fine of Rs 1 lakh In Jharkhand and Uttarakhand too cow slaughter is punishable with a maximum sentence of 10 years’ rigorous imprisonment but a lower fine of Rs 10000 In contrast restrictions on cow slaughter in Kerala and Sikkim are the mildest In Kerala cow slaughter is prohibited in rural areas under the Kerala Panchayat (Slaughter Houses and Meat Stalls) Rules 1964 and in urban areas as per a 1976 government order but is allowed if the bovine is over 10 years of age Offenders are fined Rs 1000 Similarly the 2008 Sikkim Police Act prohibits cow slaughter only in public spaces and provides for a monetary penalty only for unsanitary slaughter The four states of Arunachal Pradesh Meghalaya Mizoram and Nagaland and the UT of Lakshadweep have no laws related to cow slaughter according to this document from the central Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying and Fisheries (DAHD) The document notes that DAHD receives numerous representations for banning cow slaughter across the country and declaring the cow as India’s national animal While cow slaughter is banned in the Andamanand Nicobar Islands Dadra andNagar Haveli and Tripura as mentioned in the DAHD document there is limited information publicly available about their laws The law in Manipur is based on a 1936 darbar resolution proclaimed during the reign of Maharaja Churachand Singh whose contours are therefore vague–it does not specify for instance if cow slaughter is a cognisable and non-bailable offence Chennai: The biggest takeaway from Tuesday’s Supreme Court verdict that convicted VK Sasikala to four years of jail is that for the first time ever in probably 25 years there is real hope for the people of Poes Garden area to enter their own locality without having to clear a police sentry Another important point we would like to make here is "Palanisamy" is clearly — it beats us how senior political analysts can keep this piece of info away from the public — an anagram of "I an MLA (and) a spy" But Sasikala and Palanisamy aside there are plenty of other characters in this sensational political drama that are holding Tamil Nadu in a thrall — heaven knows for how long — as we really have had no time take our eyes off the television and mobile screens and look at things like the calendar or even the road What are they up to today We check that out here. maybe Sasikala and O Panneerselvam PTI Also while the Tuesday Supreme Court verdict brought an end to a big phase of uncertainty in the process it also set off what seems like a bigger phase of confusion Crank’s News gets behind the scenes to bring out what could be in store over the extended period of next four or five hours: What Governor Vidyasagar Rao may do In a crisis-laden political situation like this the governor is the authority empowered by the Constitution to spend his time practically doing nothing Though technically the governor’s office calls it "consulting with experts" Rao too we are told has been sounding out various "legal luminaries" who have reportedly advised him to follow one of these two courses: 1 Stick to Constitutional precedents; 2 No need to stick to Constitutional precedents Raj Bhavan sources say that the governor as of now is sticking to a third option which is taking no real decision possibly in the hope that the problem solves itself But sooner or later he has to convene the Assembly and by the looks of it it has to be at Koovathur because most of the MLAs seem to have not moved out of it as yet Sasikala: From Poes Garden to prison At the moment of writing she Elvis-like has left the building (Veda Nilayam) and is on the way to Bengaluru by road She is expected to surrender in court tomorrow after being stuck in Sriperumpudur Highway traffic all day Even though the Supreme Court has rejected her plea for some more time to surrender her legal team has chosen the next best option: they have moved a Bengaluru civil court which any one with even a passing acquaintance with law matters will confirm to you is the country’s highest court Another weapon up Sasikala’s armour is that she has a legitimate case to appeal to the SC for giving her a translated version of the verdict copy Translated to Tamil No translated to actual English that actual people can understand Justice Amitava Roy’s prose in the verdict is so dense that it can possibly stop bullets fired from any gun Politically Sasikala before leaving for Bengaluru has reinstated TTV Dinakaran and Dr Venkatesh into the party This as a strategy can help her consolidate the various opinions against her to become one cogent voluble and strong voice of sustained opposition Sasikala has also taken a vow of sorts at the Jaya memorial before her "convoy" that left for Bengaluru Though it is not clear as to what exactly was her vow the popular guess is that she pledged to make the memorial land and also Marina her personal property She and her family have a reason for such a vow: Mannargudi historically doesn’t have a beach OPS: From CM to rebel After Tuesday’s verdict the MLAs now in Koovathur were expected to make a quick march to O Panneerselvam’s camp But that didn’t happen But on Tuesday night OPS got a major shot in the arm with Jayalalithaa’s niece Deepa Jayakumar openly expressing her support for him No wait Deepa is not even a party member Deepa’s open backing to OPS is expected to bring in more such non-party members to his fold who can take pictures with him and then go back to watching television OPS has now more MPs than MLAs supporting him which means . exactly more than Edappadi Palanisamy Narendra Modi should fear that he doesn’t end up staking a claim to form the government at the Centre And before we wind up we want to leave this all-important message to our North Indian journalists who have chosen to come down here to cover this political imbroglio: Edappadi is not his first name It is his hometown Now off we go to listen to some music of Lalgudi’s The author is Editor of News Today Chennai Written by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Updated: January 30 2017 1:33 am Bigg Boss 10 finalist Manu Punjabi had a tough journey inside the house Related News Hailing from the Pink City Jaipur Manoj Punjabi stepped inside the Bigg Boss 10 house as an ‘Indiawala’ The 35-year-old came with a clear vision of winning the hearts of his audience as well as his co-contestants in his own way He tagged himself a flirt and said that he can really push his limits inside the Bigg Boss house In his own words “He would drink the water of the entire swimming pool for a task if needed” Watch |Bigg Boss 10: Manveer Gurjar Wins The Show Within few days of his stay inside the house and Manu managed to make headlines But it was not because of his performance in the show It was the commoner’scredentials that raised many eyebrows Also read | Know more aboutBigg Boss 10 finalistManoj Punjabi Apparently Bigg Boss 10 is not the first reality show of the aam aadmi He had appeared on a show before Manoj Punjabi alias Manu Punjabi was one of the contestants of The Bachelorette India: Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika the reality show in which actor Mallika Shehrawat was supposed to find ‘the perfect bachelor’ for herself The show was aired on Life Ok in 2013 Manu Punjabi was one of the contestants of The Bachelorette India: Mere Khayalon Ki Mallika Watch| Manu Punjabi as a contestant inMallika Shehrawat’s swayamvar Before coming to the controversial reality show Manu was a real estate businessman who always wished to make a name in acting and modeling This is how Manoj Punjabi looked before coming to Bigg Boss 10? 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Battery died on trimmer so part of Raees still on face. Chatterjee made it clear that the same yardstick would be followed for TMC leaders indulging in such activities. gender identity, One category of violent crimes are those based on actual or perceived race, we removed the planks that had been burnt in the fire and completed the cooling process by about 2. It had also been commented upon and judgments had been made. Ramesh says he was nervous to shoot the “action sequences with Tiger as he’s someone known for his martial art skills”.
who will play the main villain in the film.