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shelling from across the LoC around 9 am. the prosecution sought application of this section citing that the three convicts were “habitual offenders”. During the period of child care leave, However, The inmate’s statement forms part of the chargesheet filed in the Shetye murder case by the Mumbai Police Crime Branch before the metropolitan magistrate last week. the chargesheet claims that the jail authorities tried to cover up the case by alleging that Shetye had suffered a fall. In the jail diary as well as the communication sent to JJ Hospital on the brief facts about the case jail officials had claimed: “As per the inquest and ADR (accidental death report) the deceased had a history of giddiness resulting in a fall on 23/06/2017 in the evening following which she was taken to Sir JJ Hospital Byculla where she was declared brought dead at 730pm” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Fr Senan Timoney died unexpectedly and quietly on Ash Wednesday At the age of 85 he could look back on a life in four provinces having quartered his years neatly between Galway Limerick Dublin and the North As he had covered Ireland in his residences he covered many of the Province’s houses and ministries with distinction: formation (Minister of Juniors Director of Tertians) teaching (of Irish Maths French sociology religion rowing) headmastering in Mungret administering (Rector Socius to Provincial) spiritual direction pastoral and retreat work keeping the accounts for Brian Lennon’s chip shop in Portadown and accompanying the brethren through it all a good companion and sought after in every house He was a formidable golfer neat and accurate with a trim figure which in the last years was wasted to the point of emaciation On Ash Wednesday five years ago they diagnosed the blood condition which required regular transfusions He moved from Belfast to Cherryfield where the staff remember his engagement with life always interested ready to talk about the TV programmes he had watched alert to the sick and the suffering welcoming his countless friends He consciously kept death – and any talk of death – at bay In the end his family and several Jesuits were round him He was given the ashes and was alert practically up to the moment when the Lord took him May God be good to him Funeral arrangements: In repose in Cherryfield Lodge from 2pm to 4pm Sunday 17 February Prayers at 4pm Funeral Mass in Milltown Park Chapel 11am on Monday 18 February; then to Jesuit plot in Glasnevin CemeteryWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: July 3 2016 6:01 am Justice Thakur disapproved of the rejection of the Kyoto agreement on global warming by the US Top News Favouring a stringent international regime for making all industrialised nations pay for pollution they have caused Chief Justice of India T S Thakur Saturday reproached the United States for its refusal to ratify the Kyoto agreement on carbon reduction even as developed countries blamed India for emission of greenhouse gases In a rare comment by an Indian CJI on a foreign country’s policy Justice Thakur disapproved of the rejection of the Kyoto agreement on global warming by the US noting that its contribution to greenhouse gases is many times more than India “The US today emits 10 times more carbon per capita than us (India) In Kyoto a resolution was passed to reduce 1 per cent emission but the US refused When there is an international regime principle of polluter pays then only those who have polluted the world till now will pay” said the CJI as he spoke at a seminar on international law organised in the capital Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news According to Annex I of the Kyoto Protocol first adopted in 1997 the US emits 35 per cent of the world’s greenhouse gases but the US Senate had refused to ratify it citing potential damage to the economy required by compliance Later then president George Bush and the US administration objected to the distinction of liabilities between Annex 1 and developing countries and said both needed to reduce their emissions unilaterally “Industrialised nations have polluted for the last 200 years” Justice Thakur said “Ozone depletion is not because India uses coal Industrialised nations like America should pay for polluting the world for all these years After all human race is affected The US has been emitting 10 times more carbon than India but we are blamed for pollution and climate change” He emphasised that “violation of environmental laws in one developed country affects the entire humanity” and added that carbon emissions by industrialised countries affected people around the globe The CJI underscored the significance of international law in current times and said the impact of international law is such that “even you are affected when some other country pollutes” He said “We must be aware of what is happening around us We must be in tune with the times and be capable of handling them There are many issues affecting us which have international law perspectives Distances and borders are becoming irrelevant in today’s world because of technology” Stating that “the next World War could be over river water” Justice Thakur added that the dimension of international law i formidable apart from its importance in trade and commerce He also referred to disputes relating to custody of children when one of the parents resides in the jurisdiction of a foreign court and obtains a favourable order saying Indian courts may not endorse all such decisions “Whether or not Hague convention principles can be followed depends on each case in the best interest of the child There are situations where you cannot respect decisions of a US court” said Justice Thakur while noting that the conflict of jurisdictions and comity of nations is also a major issue Supreme Court judge Justice A K Sikri who also spoke at the seminar said that it is a subject of debate whether the apex court has overreached its powers in issuing directives in cases such as Vishaka wherein elaborate directions were given to curb sexual harassment at work places “When it comes to human rights the Vishaka case is applauded the world over It is a subject of debate whether the Supreme Court is overreaching its powers” he said Justice Sikri pointed out that the Supreme Court can apply the principles of international treaties and conventions in the context of fundamental rights provided by the Indian Constitution to its citizens “We had to bank on international human rights laws to recognise transgenders as third gender since the Indian law was in conflict” said Justice Sikri who along with another judge on the bench had granted constitutional recognition to transgenders For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Updated: August 14 2014 9:22 am BSP and SP had contested polls together in 1993 Assembly elections in 1993 but soon parted ways (Source: PTI) Related News SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday night ruled out any truck with BSP making a volte face hours after its leader Mayawati rejected a proposal by RJD supremo Lalu Prasad for a grand alliance of the rival parties in Uttar Pradesh on the lines of the latest Bihar experiment “I am ready to join hands but with whom The Samajwadi Party will fight the BJP alone” he told reporters when asked if his party would form an alliance with the BSP following the Bihar experiment where Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav have formed a “grand alliance” to take on BJP Earlier in the day Yadav had said that he does not mind joining hands with BSP in UP to fight BJP in the next Assembly elections due in early 2017 “If Laluji takes initiative in this regard I don’t have any issues in joining hands” he had told reporters when asked about Lalu Prasad’s suggestion Mayawati while rejecting RJD Chief’s suggestion that arch rivals BSP and SP should form a grand alliance in UP claimed that both SP and BJP have joined hands covertly She said the BSP will contest the elections on its own “Whenever SP government comes to power incidents of crime communal violence rape and dacoity reach their peak It is the character of this party and if incidents of this nature do not take place then this party will be finished” Mayawati told reporters “Therefore keeping all these things in mind there is no question of joining hands with SP and fighting elections together” she said The RJD chief had recently suggested that the SP and BSP should come together to form a grand alliance to defeat the BJP in UP “Today people in UP are remembering the rule of BSP government and they want that Mayawati government should come back to power to restore the peace and harmony in the state “BSP will contest the elections on its own and I am confident that people of the state will help me come back to power in UP without taking any support When we will come back to power we will rein in the unlawful elements with a strong hand and put a full stop to the rape incidents” Mayawati said Recently after a gap of 23 years arch-rivals Lalu Prasad and former Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of JD(U) formed a political alliance in Bihar against the BJP BSP and SP had contested polls together in 1993 Assembly elections in 1993 but soon parted ways After the alliance broke Mulayam had termed it as a big political mistake for the SP to have joined hands with BSP For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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