Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

Alto ventos est coeptis utque fecit. Phoebe sine circumfuso arce. Tanto aliis. Matutinis cornua origo formaeque animal mundo. Chaos: fabricator. Natura mundo caesa addidit. Cuncta habendum meis omni ille formaeque emicuit septemque et. Lege fecit aethere porrexerat gentes horrifer formas.

Rahul Dravid shows BCCI and India the way out of the conflict of interest mess

India has Rahul Dravid at a higher level than most cricket players. They expect you to say the right things, give good examples and perhaps even more importantly … the right choice. So when his name was carried out in the conflict of interest debate, the feeling of overlap was a disappointment. After all, it was not the Dravid we knew.

There were some who had written about the double role of Dravid as qu’enturier India T-19 / India ‘A’ and daredevil Delhi mentors in 2016. Then, the issue has not called much BCCI interest because in itself had no problems with its Contract – after all, they had written.

But this year, when CoA member Ramachandra Guha, named in his resignation letter, has focused on the issue.

“For example, the BCCI gave preferential treatment to certain national coaches, giving them ten-month national service contracts, allowing them to work as IPL coaches / coaches for the remaining two months. This was done on an ad hoc and arbitrary basis. Most famous ex-player-coach becomes, it was more likely that the BCCI allows him to write his own contract that left loopholes he used to dodge the issue of conflict of interest, “writes in his letter Guha.

It was a thorny charge of star culture that prevailed in Indian cricket, but in a sense, it was also a call to arms. A cleaning was in order and we had to start with the same superstars. The initial response to Dravid Guha’s letter was cautious. In an interview with ESPNcricinfo, he said:

“Yes, I have written to the Agriculture Committee to explain my position and explain the context in which this alleged conflict of interest has occurred. According to the BCCI conflict of interest rules, there was absolutely no conflict of interest. The rules changed halfway through the contract, I think it is unfair to criticize me for violating the rules or doubling the rules at my convenience.

Dravid said that there were five or six other cricket players who were in a similar situation and who expressed the need to clarify the issue.

“If there is no clarity, we will be able to make an informed decision,” he said.

Dravid made the statement June 9 and at the end of the month, BCCI announced that he would continue as coach of the U-19 and “A” team of India for two years. Shortly after the launch of the BCCI, another announcement was made: Dravid resigned as Delhi’s daredevil mentor.

It was a positive step that reaffirms once again why the former captain is one of the most respected cricket players. It is not about deciding what to choose India in the IPL or even in the comment box. The debate between the country and the club is for another day. This is not even about money – made a 100% hike and Rs 5 million rupees a year will. It is rather to show the courage to make the right decision.

If Dravid continued to do both jobs, he would be grouped with the rest. Players who watch it put on the list of “superstars do things.” The BCCI had shrugged and called another committee (maybe they even found one for Dravid). The public have debated and finally left but would remember … as they remembered Sachin Tendulkar and Red Ferrari.

Kerala festival film ban: Court petition filed, protest letter sent to I&B ministry

The director of one of the three films refused permission to screen at the Kerala International Documentary and Short Film Festival Thiruvananthapuram filed a petition with the Supreme Court of Kerala against the ministry’s decision.

In March March Kathu Lukose examines the protests of students at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. “I filed the petition in the Supreme Court this morning,” he told Lukose Scroll. “In the first place I would like to respect the legal recourse. In the meantime, public screenings of the film are also organized.”

The other two films are outlawed The unbearable lightness of being by PN Ramachandra and in the shadow of Fallen Chinar by NC Fazil and Shawn Sebastian.

The film Ramachandra about the sequels of PhD suicide Rohith Vemula at the Central University of Hyderabad, has downloaded the movie for free on Vimeo. In the shadow of Fallen Chinar, which includes interviews with students at the University of Kashmir in Srinagar is on YouTube for months.

On June 13, Lukose requested funds to pay for legal proceedings in a Facebook message. On June 14, he took the money.

The annual Kerala International Short Film and Short Film Festival is organized by the Chalachitra Academy, which is supported by the Department of Cultural Affairs of the state government.

The academy organizes IDSFKK and the prestigious Kerala International Film Festival every year.

The clearance of the Ministry of R & D selected titles is mandatory for any film festival in India. The ministry also allows filtering and uncensored clues.

The exceptionally strong reaction from the Ministry of the three films is attributed to the fact that they are all students protests against the power, insensitivity and censorship of the government.

A letter of protest signed by 160 filmmakers from across the country called the “draconian” ban. The letter addressed to I & B Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said:

“A brief summary of the themes of banned film screening – suicide investigator Rohit Vemula, artists in Kashmir, and student protests in JNU – indicates that each of these films addresses important policy issues that led to Many discussions within the country.

It is also clear that the then government is using drastic measures to repress the political debate and, in fact, Article 19 of our Constitution, which guarantees the right to freedom of expression of all citizens of this country.

We also note that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has given no reason not to allow prior authorization. ”

The film festival will begin on June 16 and will run until June 20. The Federation of Indian students present two of the three films at more than 150 universities throughout Kerala during the festival as a form of protest.

Marina beach protests were like Occupy Wall Street, says director of jallikattu documentary

Director Santhosh Gopal is baffled, there is no documentary on the pro-Jallikattu demonstrations that swept Chennai in January.

It began as minor agitations in Tamil Nadu against the Supreme Court’s refusal to receive requests challenging the traditional ban in 2014.

Sports bullfighter, and soon became an unprecedented gathering of hundreds of thousands of people in the capital Marina Beach Tamil Nadu.

Gopal, who began his career as assistant to filmmaker PC Sreeram, documenting the riots, which lasted for several days, was the most obvious response as a director.

The documentary Gopal Jallikattu, is in the post-production phase. A summary has already been discussed at the United Nations office in Nairobi.

Produced by wife Nirupama, the film also has Anurag Kashyap as executive producer.

When did you decide to shoot pro-Jallikattu events?
On January 17, I received a text message that asked me to join a protest on Marina Beach by a group of people in favor of Jallikattu.

I went there without my camera because I wanted to see what was happening. Around 4000 people gathered in the afternoon before Vivekananda Mandapam. As the night faded into the night, the police and the media arrived.

Then I asked my driver to pick up my camera. I had no idea that the protest will continue for a week. I just wanted to record something to upload to YouTube.

It was a very different protest. The police asked the crowd what their demands are. No one knew what to say.

I noticed that very few in the congregation had been in a rally before. Later, when the police commissioner asked a representative to attend, no one has gone. And yet there was a sense of unified rebellion, an unprecedented type.

Throughout the night, police turn off all the lights on the beach. I had a camera with me. In the middle of the crowd, I saw a man come out of his cell phone and turn on the torches of the lamp.

Another man followed, and little by little the beach looked like the stars had descended on the shore of the sea. As a visual, it was fascinating. I spent the night and the next week and filmed everything I saw. I had no writing in mind, no narrative.

People brought banners that said ‘Occupy Marina’ and immediately my mind recalled anti-consumer events in New York in 2011, Occupy Wall Street.

I thought there were many similarities between the two movements. The next day, I saw Tamilagam / Tamilandam flags. It was at that moment that I learned that the protest had begun to focus on a single issue and was a single region.

I have identified five protagonists of the beach, each of a different context, and I began to follow their histories. I wanted to know what drove everyone to the beach and through them to understand the anatomy of the protest.

How did you try to kill the protest?
I have used a variety of instruments, unmanned film cameras for phone cameras.

An unmanned aircraft was used to capture almost 16 lakh people in a single take. In the end, he had more than 200 hours of film. It was a challenge, of course. But it surprises me that no one else has thought of taking the case as a subject for his film.

Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell takes leave of absence after being charged with sex offences

The 76-year-old Catholic said he was the victim of “relentless character assassination.”

Vatican treasurer, Cardinal George Pell, says goodbye after being charged with sexual offenses

The Vatican treasurer, Cardinal George Pell, who faces multiple counts of child sex offenses in Australia, repeated his Holy Thursday denial of guilt, the BBC reported.

Pell examined the Vatican’s third official, claiming he was the victim of “relentless murder.”

“I am innocent of these charges are false,” said the 76-year-old journalist. “The idea of sexual abuse is horrible for me.” The official said Francisco had conceded that he was going to fight the charges.

Pell, the oldest Catholic clergyman in Australia, was ordered to appear before the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on July 18.

“Victoria police have accused Cardinal George Pell of committing sexual assault offenses,” Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton said Thursday.

“There are a number of complainants regarding these allegations.”

Pell is the highest-ranking Catholic official who was charged in the church’s longest-running sexual abuse scandal.

The Royal Commission was created in 2012 to investigate complaints regarding institutional pedophilia.

Pell “looks forward to his day in court and vigorously defend the charges,” said a statement from the Archdiocese of Sydney.

Cardinal Pell has propagated traditional Catholic values, maintained a conservative stance on marriage and same-sex contraception and has been a supporter of priestly celibacy, the BBC reported.

His files were tainted by allegations that he has stifled complaints of sexual abuse of children by priests and committed the crime itself.

During his three hearings before the royal commission, the prefect of the Vatican Secretariat of Economy admitted having “destroyed” the treatment of pedophile priests in the state of Victoria in the 1970s, AFP reported.

By 2014, Francis had appointed as chief financial officer in order to make post-church finances transparent to reports of irregularities in Vatican banking transactions.

In January, Francis had led Catholic bishops around the world to maintain a zero tolerance against sexual abuse of minors by the clergy.

In 2014, a commission composed of some of the victims of sexual abuse was created to advise local churches on how to prevent abuse.

Francis had also proposed setting up a Vatican court to treat bishops accused of covering up sexual abuse, or even not to prevent it.

Air India: I don’t have enough courage to take on the ailing carrier, says Anand Mahindra

Reports say that there Indigo had expressed interest in buying the stake in the national airline.

Air India: I do not have the courage to take the troubled airline, said Anand Mahindra.

Mahindra Group chief Anand Mahindra said on Thursday he was not strong enough to buy Air India.

Mahindra’s comments came a day after the Center said the privatization of the national company in difficulty, which has a debt of about Rs 52 billion rupees.

“I see myself as a person rose,” the industrialist said on Twitter. “But I have to admit … I do not have much value.”

Air India who survived a rescue package of Rs 30,000 crore released by the government of the United Progressive Alliance in 2012. Received Rs 24,000 crore so far.

On Wednesday night, the Union Council of Ministers has given the green light for the privatization of the national airline and its five subsidiaries.

With approval “in principle”, a group of ministers now decide the final terms of the sale.

“How many will be disinterested, so the process, their assets and liabilities and their hotel companies, will be deliberate,” said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

The panel will decide whether to go for a 100% share sale at a single time or gradually give way.

The stock options of 100%, 74% and 51% shares in Air India have been recommended by the Department of investment and management of public goods.

On June 22, Vice President Niti Aayog Arvind Panagriya said that the government was likely to act on the privatization of the national carrier Air India within six months.

Panagriya stated that the airline’s debt was “simply not sustainable.”

IndiGo private airline has expressed interest in buying a stake in Air India, NDTV said.

Reports from previous media had suggested that the Tata Group could be a potential bidder.

The group, which owned the company before its nationalization, has not confirmed this.

Meanwhile, Air India warned its former employees of “serious consequences” such as eliminating post-retirement benefits if they are against the airline in social networks, PTI reported.

“It is unacceptable that a person using post-retirement facilities such as Past, Medical, etc. Air India would speak against the company.

To cease making such negative comments in order to tarnish the image of the company itself will be responsible for the termination of its facilities after retirement, “an internal order issued by Air India on June 21 with the approval of its president and Its chief executive Ashwani Lohani said.

“It has been observed in the recent past that some employees of the Air India Retreat eat the corporate image by posting negative comments from the company on social networks like Twitter, Facebook and Whatsapp and also electronics and print media.” Said order

‘India should learn from history’: China’s warning referring to 1962 war

Beijing has said that there would be no dialogue with New Delhi until the Indian troops will withdraw from what has been made Chinese territory in the Sikkim sector.

“India must learn from history” warning of China, referring to the 1962 war.

India must learn from history and stop “shouting” at the war, said China Defense spokesman Wu Qian Colonel.

On Thursday, in reference to the Sino-Indian war of 1962 had ended with a Chinese victory.

Wu also called on New Delhi to withdraw troops from what has been made Chinese territory in the Sikkim sector, reported PTI.

The comments come a day after General Bipin Rawat Indian army said Indian forces were prepared for threats to internal security and have in China and Pakistan.

“That rhetoric is extremely irresponsible,” Wu said. “We hope that the particular person in the Indian army could learn historical lessons and stop such a cry for war.”

In a separate press conference Thursday Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang showed a picture of the alleged incursion into the Donglong region of India.

Urging India to withdraw its troops, Lu said: “This is the precondition for the resolution of this incident and also the basis for us to carry out a meaningful dialogue.”

Earlier this week, China accused the army of India to stop road construction in what claims to be China’s “sovereign territory” in the Sikkim sector.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday filed a diplomatic complaint with both.

New Delhi and Beijing. China has also used the “transgression” of Indian forces in its claimed territory as a basis for the suspension of Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Monday.

Bhutan has also alleged that the Chinese operate in its territory. Wu, however, denied the allegations.

“The staff operates within China.

He made it clear that the Indian side should correct their bad actions and withdraw their personnel from Chinese territory, “he added.

Donglong The region is located in the triple cross junction of India, China and Bhutan, near the Nathu La Pass in Sikkim.

“According to the Treaty, ‘Zhe’ is the ancient name of Sikkim,” Lu said Wednesday.

‘Too little, too late’: After Modi’s statement on cow vigilantism, Opposition says words not enough

Congressional Vice President Rahul Gandhi criticized the PM for taking a stand on this delayed issue.

“Too little, too late,” after Modi’s statement in Vigilantism cows, the opposition says that words are not enough

Opposition parties said Thursday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s condemnation of violent means used by such cow protection groups was “insufficient.”

Early in the day, Modi had said he disapproved of the killer on behalf of the cultured cows and no one had the right to take the law into their own hands.

Vice-President of Congress, Rahul Gandhi, criticized the PM for taking a stand against delayed vigilantism.

“Too little, too late. Words do not mean anything when actions are exceeded,” Gandhi said on Twitter.

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee also shared his views on Twitter, saying “words are not enough.”

“We condemn the deaths that occur in the name of Raksha gauk. This has to stop now,” he said.

Speaking at an event in the Burdwan district in West Bengal, Banerjee said there was a scary atmosphere across the country due to the BJP.

“No one can speak freely out of fear,” he said, according to India Today. “They try to subvert democracy in India.

Now it is an absolutely totalitarian rule. This is worse than the emergency situation. ”

In addition, India’s Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimin chief Asaduddin Owaisi also joined the chorus of criticism directed by the Modi statement.

Calling him a “service to the mouth,” he said, “Most incidents occurred in BJP states. How come BJP-ruled states will not be able to stop him?”

Owaisi also accused the Saffron Party and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh to a “less prime of human life” than an animal, “especially if the human being is a Muslim or Dalit.”

He also said that gaurakshaks received direct and indirect support from the BJP and RSS.

Mirror of the position Owaisi, Rashtriya Janata Dal, chief Lalu Prasad Yadav has accused Modi of being “silent defender” of vacheurs.

“Diving the country in the name of religion and caste is dangerous,” he said, according to the Times of India.

The chief RJD added that the decision of the Uttar Pradesh chief minister, Yogi Adityanath, to impose a ban on illegal slaughterhouses had increased the vigilantism cow.

“The BJP deceives the people of this country. Those who oppose their policies and their dictates are killed.”

CBI says Vijay Mallya had no intention of honouring personal guarantee he’d given IDBI Bank: Report

The agency claims that using the brand equity of Kingfisher Airlines as collateral for the loan was Mallya’s idea.

CBI said Vijay Mallya had no intention of complying with the personal guarantee he had given to IDBI Bank: Report.

The Central Research Office said Kingfisher Airlines chief Vijay Mallya had no intention of enforcing a personal guarantee he had given to IDBI Bank even before his own business in general was involved in a loan default of Rs 900 million Of rupees, the Indian Express reported Friday.

The IWC had filed an additional claim in the case in a Mumbai court against Mallya and officials Kingfisher Airlines and IDBI Bank last week.

The investigative agency filed a copy of an email allegedly sent by Mallya PA Murli, a senior State Spirits Limited official, January 6, 2012, before the court maintained its charge.

“I have received emails for IDBI account KFA becomes nonproductive assets or national action programs. They may suddenly something.

Take 10 million rupees from my account on USL tomorrow, “said Mallya.

The CBI claimed that using the brand equity of Kingfisher Airlines as collateral for the loan was Mallya’s idea.

He then proposed the same with the financial director of the UB Group, Ravi Nedungadi, in an email dated 10 September 2008.

The CBI said Mallya wrote to the State Bank of India with the brand value of Kingfisher Airlines as collateral for the loan in 2009.

“Lending banks, including IDBI, have been led to believe that such value is the result of the diligent exercise of independent external expert after rigorous research and evaluation,” the panel said.

“The investigation revealed that such a favorable report was obtained by deliberately exaggerated financial indicators, which are different from those provided to banks.”

The IWC had stated in an earlier charge sheet filed in January that IDBI officials had not obtained legal advice on the maintenance of the Kingfisher Airlines brand, which was an intangible asset, as collateral for the loan.

On June 14, the control group presented its first marker against Mallya and others in the case of Rs 900 million rupees IDBI-KFA.

The loan amount is sanctioned and disbursed by IDBI Bank.

Mallya, owner of 17 banks in India over Rs 9000 crore, has been in the UK since March 2016 and has previously said he would not return to the country.

He was involved in several cases in India. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has submitted a request for extradition to Mallya on 9 February.

Later that month, Indian and British officials gathered to discuss cases of extradition requests for extradition of outstanding persons.

Maharashtra human rights panel notice to prisons department after inmate is killed in Byculla jail

The Women’s State Committee also decided to form a special three-member investigative team to investigate the incident.

Maharashtra human rights advocacy group opinion on prison service after the death of a prisoner in Byculla prison.

The Maharashtra Human Rights Commission on Thursday issued a warning to the state prison department and deputy chief of police after reports surfaced of the brutal murder of one of its detainees by prison authorities.

The Commission, which is aware of the matter, gave a period of time until 17 July to submit a report on the incident.

The report of Manjula Shetye’s death appeared after a witness presented a FIR at the Nagpada police station. According to the plaintiff, six prison officials were brutally beaten and sexually assaulted the 38-year-old prisoner who complain of two eggs and five slices of bread that lacked the ration on the morning of June 23

“The Commission is aware of it and decided to learn about it,” read the announcement published by the Committee Chairman, SR Bannurmath, according to The Indian Express.

The five gendarmes and the jailer were reserved to attack and kill Shetye sexually. They were suspended later, reported The Indian Express. Shetye’s death sparked mass protests and more than 200 prisoners have been booked for committing a prison mutiny.

Meanwhile, the Maharashtra State Women’s Commission has decided to create a special three-member investigative team to investigate the incident. President MSWC Vijaya Rahatkar told IANS that the team would have a retired first instance judge, a retired IPS officer and a representative of a women’s NGO.

“[They] will visit the prison and talk to the inmates who were beaten during the riots. It will record the statements of all concerned, including Indrani Mukerjea,” Rahatkar told the news agency.

The witness said that in the FIR Shetye he was appointed by the private room of Manisha Pokharkar’s agent. She was attacked there and returned to the barracks.

Later, the female police officers Bindu Naikade, Waseema Shaikh, Shital Shegaonkar, Surekha Gulve and Aarti Shingne did strip and raped with a stick, or lathi.

Initially, no official was only arrived with Shetye said the FIR. Shetye was taken to the resident doctor after being unconscious in the bathroom.

He died at the JJ Hospital. The autopsy report said Shetye was about 11 to 13 blue, while the dean of the hospital TP Lahane said her lungs were damaged.

Sikkim standoff: New Delhi counters Beijing’s claim about ‘transgression’, calls for restraint

The MEA said that Beijing’s attempt to build a road in the general Doklam area “would represent a significant change in the status quo”.

Sikkim Standoff: New Delhi claims Beijing’s claim of “transgression”, calls for restraint

The Department of External Affairs on Friday called for the latest clash between the Indian army and the People’s Liberation Army of China in the Doklam region in the Sikkim area.

In a statement, the ministry stressed the importance of respecting the consensus reached between the Indian and Chinese special representatives in this matter.

“India is deeply concerned about recent Chinese actions,” the statement said. “India has conveyed to the Chinese government that such a construction would represent a significant change in status quo with serious security implications for India.”

The statement was in reference to China’s claim since Wednesday, when it had justified the construction of a road in the Sikkim sector.

Beijing said the area was “undoubtedly” located on the border of the border under the Sino-British Treaty of 1890.

The MEA also gave the Indian version of events at the border after Beijing claimed that the troops of the Indian border had crossed the demarcation line in the Sikkim sector on June 26.

“On June 16, a construction party of the People’s Liberation Army entered the Doklam area and attempted to build a road,” the statement said.

“We understand that a patrol of the Royal Bhutan Army has tried to dissuade them from this unilateral activity.”

The ministry also said the Bhutanese government had publicly announced that it had filed a protest with the Chinese government through its embassy in New Delhi on June 20.

The Bhutan Ministry of Foreign Affairs also described the construction of the road as a violation of the 1988 and 1998 agreements between Bhutan and China and urged Beijing to return to conditions prevailing before the incident.

The MEA said that Indian staff, in collaboration with the Royal Government of Bhutan, had urged the Chinese construction group to avoid altering the status quo on the agreements.

A diplomatic discussion on the issue is taking place between India and China in New Delhi and Beijing. The sprawl of Sikkim was also the subject of a border personnel meeting at Nathu La on 20 June.

The Indian side stressed that the two governments had reached an agreement in 2012 that the border points of the tri-junction between India, China and third countries will be finalized in consultation with the countries concerned.

The MEA stated that any attempt to unilaterally determine the tri-junction points violated this understanding.
Regarding the border in the Sikkim sector, India and China reached another agreement in 2012, reconfirming their mutual agreement on the “basis of alignment”.

Discussions on the finalization of the border took place within the framework of the Special Representatives.
Acceleration of voltage.

India’s statement follows a report by The Times of India that India and China deployed about 3,000 troops each at the Sikkim-Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction.

The Indian army, however, had refused to comment on the issue. On Thursday, Indian army chief Bipin Rawat visited Sikkim to examine the security situation, which the military spokesman called routine.