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Savita’s husband to take case to European human rights court

Posted on 30 November 2012 by admin

London, Nov 30 (UNI) Praveen Halappanavar, husband of an Indian dentist who died in Ireland after she was refused termination of an unviable pregnancy, will move the European Court of Human Rights for justice as Irish authorities did not agree to conduct a public inquiry into his wife’s case.

Praveen’s solicitor Gerard O’Donnell said he was identifying a team of junior and senior counsel for the action because Irish Health Minister James Reilly did not agree to a public inquiry into the circumstances of 31-year-old Savita’s death, according to the Irish Times.

“I expect to sit down with them and my client early next week to draw up papers to submit to the European court,” he was quoted as saying.

Praveen has said the two inquiries established into his wife’s death did not satisfy him or her family.

The first was set up by the Health and Security Executive (HSE), while the second by the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA). Both will be held in private.

O’Donnell said the family had received offers of support from women’s and human rights groups across the world in its quest for a public inquiry into Savita’s death.

Savita died on October 28 at Galway University Hospital.

She had been 17-week pregnant and was found to be miscarrying.

Praveen has said she asked repeatedly for a termination of the pregnancy but was refused on the grounds that the foetal heartbeat was still present and “this is a Catholic country”.

The miscarriage lasted from October 21 to 24, according to Praveen. His wife contracted septicaemia and died on October 28.

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Modi files nomination from Maninagar constituency

Posted on 30 November 2012 by admin

Ahmedabad, Nov 30 (UNI) Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today filed his nomination papers from Maninagar constituency in Ahmedabad for the Assembly elections.

Modi filed his nomination papers before Maninagar constituency returning officer P K Jadeja on the last day of filing of nominations at the district collector’s office here.

Congress has fielded Shweta Bhatt, wife of suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt against Modi.

While addressing party workers at Maninagar before filing his papers, Modi without taking any names, alleged that Congress had entered in backroom deal with Keshubhai Patel’s Gujarat Parivartan Party by not fielding any candidate from Visavadar constituency, where Patel is contesting.

“They do not have the guts to say that they have an understanding with some other party, that they have made some arrangements behind the scene,” Modi alleged.

Gujarat Congress candidate for Visavadar, Ratibhai Mangroliya, had claimed that his mandate – the document that certifies the candidate officially represents the party – was allegedly “stolen” by a 12-year-old while he was on his way to file his nomination papers.

“Congress workers were shedding tears that their mandate was stolen by a 12-year-old boy in Visavadar. The 12-year-old boy knew what is good for Gujarat,” Modi said ridiculing Congress’s claim.

“Why are they not declaring that they have decided to make Ahmed Patel the Chief Minister of Gujarat. Why all these games behind the scenes. They should declare all these things,” Modi said, targeting the political secretary of Congress president Sonia Gandhi for backroom deals

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Former Prime Minister I K Gujral no more

Posted on 30 November 2012 by admin

Gurgaon, Nov 30 (UNI) Former Prime Minister I K Gujral, who headed a rickety coalition government in the late 1990s, died today after a brief illness. Continue Reading

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Tendulkar needed more than ever now: Dravid

Posted on 28 November 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Nov 28 (UNI The criticism against ace Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar might be mounting rapidly after a string of poor performances but his former India teammate Rahul Dravid feels the senior batsman is needed “more than ever now”.

Tendulkar has been a major disappointment in the ongoing four-Test series against England which is tied at 1-1 after the visitors humiliated the hosts by 10 wickets in the second Test in Mumbai.

“India need him now more than ever. At 1-1 in a tight series, it’s going to be very important for senior players to stand up and who better than Sachin to do that,” Dravid was quoted as saying by ‘ESPNCricinfo’.

Tendulkar’s poor form has put question marks over his place in the side and former players such as Sunil Gavaskar have urged him to discuss his plans with selectors but Dravid feels the 39-year-old is still very much needed by the side.

“I thought he was a little scratchy and looked a little under-prepared against New Zealand. Here, I know it seems strange to say after he’s had three failures, but he’s actually looking quite good.

“He’s played a couple of straight drives, he’s played a couple of shots that when I was playing with him, you knew he was playing well if he was playing those shots,” he said.

“He’ll be disappointed with the shot he played to get out in Ahmedabad on a relatively flatter wicket, and then to see other people score runs,” Dravid said. .

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Hegde raises doubts about success of Kejriwal”s party

Posted on 28 November 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Nov 28 (UNI) Former Karnataka Lokayukta and Team Anna member Justice N Santosh Hegde has raised doubts ab Continue Reading

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Pak test fires nuke capable ballistic missile

Posted on 28 November 2012 by admin

Islamabad, Nov 28 (UNI) Pakistan today tested the Hatf-V nuclear-capable ballistic missile with a range of 1,300 km, with Continue Reading

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Indian-origin hedge fund manager freed on USD 5 million bond

Posted on 27 November 2012 by admin

New York, Nov 27 (UNI) An Indian-origin hedge fund portfolio manager, charged with participating in one of the “most lucrative” insider trading schemes ever, has been released on a USD five million bail after he appeared in Manhattan federal court here.

Mathew Martoma, 38, appeared in a brief court hearing yesterday before US Magistrate Judge James Cott and was informed of his rights as a criminal defendant.

Martoma, who was arrested last week at his home in Boca Raton, Florida, did not enter any plea and the judge set a next court hearing of December 26.

Martoma has been charged with using material, non-public information that he received from a doctor on the clinical trial of an Alzheimer’s disease drug to make profits and avoid losses for his hedge fund in an amount totaling approximately 276 million dollars.

The US Securities and Exchange Commission have also filed a civil insider trading case against him on similar charges.

A Stanford University graduate, Martoma is the son of Indian immigrants and was born Ajai Mathew Mariamdani Thomas.

He later changed his name in 2003.

Under the new bail requirements, Martoma would have to post two million dollars in cash or property by next week.

While free on bail, his movements will be restricted within the US.

Manhattan’s top federal prosecutor Preet Bharara had last week brought the charges against Martoma, who had worked with CR Intrinsic Investors, an affiliate of SAC Capital Advisors.

SAC is owned by hedge fund titan Steven Cohen, who is among one of the richest men in the world.

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Jaitley refuses to comment on Jethmalani charges

Posted on 27 November 2012 by admin

Jammu, Nov 27 (UNI) BJP leader Arun Jaitley today refused to get into a war of words with Ram Jethmalani, who has accused him of having a role in the CBI Director appointment controversy.

Replying to a question about Jethmalani, who has been suspended from the party, Jaitley said, “I don’t think he (Jethmalani) deserves the reply any more”.

Asked whether BJP was lenient on Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha, who have also demanded the resignation of Gadkari, he said, “well we do not discuss all these issues”.

He was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a function here.

In a strongly worded letter to Gadkari, Jethmalani has alluded to the alleged role played by Jaitley in the CBI director appointment row.

He has said Gadkari suspended him on the advice of Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley.

Jethmalani referred to the controversy over the appointment of Ranjit Sinha as the new CBI Director and alluded to the alleged role of Jaitley in the litigation filed by his rival and Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar.

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Parliament stalled for fourth day

Posted on 27 November 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Nov 27 (UNI) Parliament failed to transact any business for the fourth day today despite government’s efforts to break the logjam over FDI through an all-party meeting as the Continue Reading

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Disappointed with my spinners, sheepish Dhoni

Posted on 26 November 2012 by admin

Mumbai, Nov 26 (UNI) His insistence on a spinning track boomeranging, a sheepish Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said he was disappointed with his tweakers who did not adjust their pace to exploit the pitch in the lost second cricket Test against England here.

India were handed a humiliating 10-wicket loss by the English, who were expected to struggle on the spinning track that Dhoni had asked for before the game.

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