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Sugar eases on lower demand

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

Both varieties of sugar eased at the Vashi wholesale market here today due to lack of demand from stockists and retailers amidst ample supplies. Continue Reading

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45 per cent voters exercise franchise in seven states

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

PTI (UNI)UP Governor B L Joshi, BSP supremo Continue Reading

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Sensex falls for 4th day on profit booking, weak global cues

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index Sensex pared early gains to close down by 48 points due to profit booking in bluechips in a volatile trade, extending losses for the fourth day in a row. Continue Reading

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TBSE withdraws book branding BJP communal party

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

Tripura Board of Secondary Education (TBSE) today decided to withdraw a text book which branded BJP as a communal party. Continue Reading

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Indian national pleads guilty to Singapore rioting

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

A 33-year-old Indian national today pleaded guilty of rioting and committing mischief during Singapore’s worst street violence in 40 years.

Ramalingam Sakthivel, a construction worker, pleaded guilty to throwing various projectiles at police officers and police vehicles, and into a bus involved in a fatal accident that sparked the violence on Race Course Road on December 8 last year. He will be sentenced on May 8.

The riot in Little India — a precinct of Indian businesses, eateries and pubs popular among migrant workers from South Asia — had left 49 Home Team officers injured and 23 emergency vehicles damaged.

Some 400 migrant workers were involved in the violence following the accident.

Court documents showed Ramalingam had tried to overturn a police car and hit an ambulance with a pole during the chaos while Home Team officers were inside the Singapore Civil Defence Force vehicle, The Straits Times reported.

Ramalingam faces a maximum jail term of seven years and caning for each of the two charges.

The prosecution has urged the court to impose a sentence of between 30 and 36 months’ jail and three to six strokes of the cane, reported Channel News Asia.

The prosecution made the point that the accused was “acutely aware that a serious situation had developed in Little India”, and added, he had made the “conscious choice” to join the other rioters.

But the defence argued that in the five years Ramalingam has been in Singapore, he has never violated law.

The defence said it was “out of character” for the accused to be involved in the riot and Ramalingam was remorseful.

Six of the 25 Indian nationals arrested after the riot have been sentenced to jail terms ranging from 15 to 18 weeks for failing to disperse. The trial of the remaining 17 are still underway in court.

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Future growth prospects depend on new govt’s policies

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

Growth prospects of the Indian economy will depend on the policies of the new government to be formed next month, India’s Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia said on Wednesday. Continue Reading

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City braces for summer, LG wants water, power issues addressed

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

Bracing for the scorching days ahead, Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung today asked Deputy Commissioners to co-ordinate with various agencies on issues of water and power supply and submit “regular” reports on civic issues in their districts. Continue Reading

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Brisk polling of 47 pc recorded till 3 PM in Gujarat

Posted on 30 April 2014 by admin

Brisk polling is underway in 26 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat with around 47 per cent of the total 4.05 crore registered voters exercising their franchise in the state by 3 PM.
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EU bans Indian Alphonso mangoes, veggies from May 1

Posted on 28 April 2014 by admin

London, Apr 28 (uni) The 28-member European Union has temporarily banned the import of Alphonso mangoes, the king of fruits, and four vegetables from India from May 1, sparking protests from the Indian community, lawmakers and traders.

The recent decision by the grouping’s Standing Committee on Plant Health came after 207 consignments of fruits and vegetables from India imported into the EU in 2013 were found to be contaminated by pests such as fruit flies and other quarantine pests.

The temporary ban, proposed by the European Commission, includes mangoes, eggplant, the taro plant, bitter gourd and snake gourd, and prohibits the import to tackle the “significant shortcomings in the phytosanitary certification system of such products exported to the EU”.

Though the prohibited commodities represent less than 5 per cent of the total fresh fruits and vegetables imported into the EU from India, the potential introduction of new pests could pose a threat to EU agriculture and production, the committee noted.

UK’s Defra (the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) that is backing the ban said it was necessary due to pests which could threaten the country’s 321 million pound salad crop industry of tomato and cucumber.

The UK imports nearly 16 million mangoes from India and the market for the fruit is worth nearly 6 million pounds a year.

A revision of the ban will take place before December 31, 2015.

Businesses claimed they will lose hundreds of thousands of pounds due to the ban.

Wholesalers and retailers in Indian-dominated regions of the UK have opposed the ban, which comes into effect on May 1, saying it will hit them hard.

“This is Euro-nonsense and bureaucracy gone mad. Indian mangoes have been imported to Britain for centuries. I am furious with the lack of consultation with those who will be affected by the ban,” said Indian-origin MP Keith Vaz, who has written to the European Commission president after his constituents in the city of Leicester made a plea.

He has also written to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to ascertain if the Indian government was consulted on the matter.

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Kashmiri Pandits protest non-inclusion of names in voters list

Posted on 28 April 2014 by admin

Jammu, Apr 28 (uni) Kashmiri Pandits today held a demonstration to express their resentment over not being able to vote in the Ananatnag Lok Sabha constituency as their names did not allegedly figure in the voters list.

Activists of the Youth All India Kashmiri Samaj (YAIKS), led by its president R K Bhat, held a protest in front of the Jammu Election Commission office at Gandhi Nagar here.

They shouted anti-EC slogans, alleging a “deliberate attempt” to deny Kashmiri Pandits (KPs) the voting right and demanded a probe into it.

“We held the demonstration to show resentment and draw the attention of EC toward the non-inclusion of names of thousands of Kashmiri migrants in the voter lists for the Anantnag parliamentary constituency despite filling up of ‘M Forms’ by them well in time,” Bhat told reporters.

“This is disappointing on the part of ECI and Relief Commissioner Office Jammu who have failed in their obligation to protect the fundamental right to vote of the migrants.”

“It seems like a conspiracy by the authorities against the displaced community who are decisive voters in J&K as the Valley has shown less participation,” he said.

Addressing the demonstrators, Bhat claimed, “In Anantnag constituency, we have more than 32,000 voters in actual and the government accepted it had received 8,500 ‘M Forms’ from migrants after proper scrutiny, but when we went to cast our vote we found our names missing from the voters list.

“We also claim that the voter lists of migrants were not properly updated over the years and the names of many bonafide voters have been deleted from the lists,” he added.

“We have been deliberately deprived for this right. We also demand simplification of the procedure as this filling of ‘M Form’ in every election is cumbersome,” he added.

“There is no proper voter list prepared for people displaced from Kashmir. Their constituencies have not been properly defined. Parties never talk in this regard in their election manifesto,” Bhat alleged.

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