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Jaswinder Singh, Ethnic Rakhine Buddhists armed themselves with knives and sticks as tension soared in a town that has repeatedly been the epicentre of religious violence since 2012. But I am happy that my films have done well, She thinks besides being a good actor, an actress also needs to maintain her looks “I do weight training and follow strict diet It is very important to look a certain way I don’t think being extra skinny and thin is desirable but you have to be fit At the end of the day in this profession people put money on you and you have to look desirable” Alia said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: May 8 2015 2:59 am The Delhi High Court Bar Association (DHCBA) in a notice issued to all High Court lawyers has asked them to abstain from work on Friday and Monday in protest against the Bill Top News It will be tough to get justice in Delhi for the next few days with both District courts and the Delhi High Court bar associations calling for a strike on the issue of extension of pecuniary jurisdiction of the Delhi High Court The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday had passed the Delhi High Court Act (Amendment) Bill which enhances the pecuniary jurisdiction of the district courts to cases up to Rs 2 crore in value Share This Article Related Article Effectively all suits pending in the Delhi High Court which are valued below Rs 2 lakh will have to be sent to the six district courts if the Bill is also passed by the Lok Sabha At present all suits above Rs 20 lakh are heard by the High Court Once the Bill is passed out of the 60000 cases pending in the Delhi High Court about 12000 cases will be transferred to the 11 district courts The Delhi High Court Bar Association (DHCBA) in a notice issued to all High Court lawyers has asked them to abstain from work on Friday and Monday in protest against the Bill The notice signed by DHCBA Secretary Abhijat alleges that the Law Minister had given a “solemn assurance” to the DHCBA that the amendment will not be introduced in the Parliament as a stand-alone measure Instead Abhijat said the minister had assured them that the Bill would be tabled along with the Commercial Courts Bill 2015 “When the pecuniary jurisdiction Bill was earlier taken up by the House the same was deferred as the overwhelming sense of the House was it should be taken up only with the Commercial Divisions Bill” the DHCBA notice said High Court lawyers want the two bills tabled together because the Commercial Courts Bill suggests that high courts in the country will hear commercial cases starting from Rs 1 crore instead of Rs 2 crore Meanwhile district court lawyers who have remained on strike since April 22 to “force the government” to pass the Bill have decided to continue their strike till the end of the Parliamentary session “The Rajya Sabha has passed this Bill even when there are opposition parties in the House There is no reason for the BJP to not pass this Bill when they are in majority in the Lok Sabha” advocate R K Wadhwa chairman of the All Delhi district court lawyers coordination committee said “Lawyers expected the Bill to be passed today Now we will continue the strike till the end of this session or till the Bill is passed in the Lok Sabha” Wadhwa said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anjali Lukose | Mumbai | Published: June 19 2015 2:51 am A dead dolphin near Marine Drive (Source: Express Archive) Related News Clueless about the reason behind dolphins washing up dead on the city’s shores the Thane forest department has written to the National Institute of Oceanography Goa and the state fisheries department to investigate the deaths The forest department had got the carcasses of three humped back dolphins a protected species on April 21 27 and May 6 at Marine Drive Andheri and Versova beaches While the forest department has received only three corpses from the civic body fishermen allege that more than 32 dolphins have washed ashore from Worli to Dahanu in the past two months According to the recent letter the forest department has asked the NIO to specifically investigate and ascertain if these deaths are accidental or due to some virus in the Arabian sea “We want to know why such incidences are happening on Mumbai shores” the letter stated “The post mortem reports from the Bombay Veterinary College have been inconclusive so we need more specialised agencies to investigate the matter” said KP Singh Chief Conservator of Forests Thane territorial Interestingly the forest department has also written to the Mumbai police commissioner to look into the matter Meanwhile the fishing community allege that deaths are due to the ‘Seismic blast technology’ allegedly used by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) to explore oil deposits inside the sea bed off Mumbai coast “The technology sends sound waves that damage the hearing sense of these animals who navigate and find each other through sound waves” said Damodar Tandel president of the Akhil Maharashtra Machhimar Kriti Samiti Blaming the same technology for the “drastic” reduction in fish catch this year the organisation has demanded a compensation of Rs 500 crore from ONGC ONGC however maintains that the company is conducting seismic tests that are conducted worldwide for offshore oil exploration campaign “At all ONGC units we use safe exploration practices which meet global standards” said Pallab Bhattacharya corporate communications at ONGC not commenting on the specific allegations of the fishing community [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aditi Raja | Vadodara | Published: March 31 2015 4:33 am Relatives of Jayanti Gohil (inset) mourn his death in Vadodara on Monday (Source: Express photo by Bhupendra Rana) Related News Jayanti Gohil 57 who was arrested in the 2002 Best Bakery case and the 2007 Ajmer blast case died of prolonged heart ailment at the Arthur Road Central Jail in Mumbai on Sunday night Though he was acquitted in 2004 by a Vadodara court in the Best Bakery case he had gone underground when the retrial began in Mumbai for the same case Subsequently he was arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) officials from Vadodara Later he was discharged from the Ajmer blast case and handed him over to the Maharashtra ATS in 2013 However he continued to languish in the Mumbail jail in connection with the Best Bakery case as he was on the run during the retrial of the case in Mumbai Share This Article Related Article His family residing in Vadodara’s Hanuman Tekri home to Best Bakery blames the Arthur Road jail authorities for denying Gohil’s timely treatment despite several pleas The family now fears for the life of Gohil’s son Ramesh who is also lodged in the Arthur Road jail as an undertrial in the Ajmer blast case Gohil’s wife Champa has been inconsolable since receiving the news of his death Champa had been fasting for the last seven days after her son Ramesh sent a message of his father’s deteriorating condition last week According to the family Gohil had undergone multiple heart surgeries at Mumbai’s J J Hospital since 2013 and had not received adequate medical attention The family denied the claim of the Jail Authorities that Gohil died of cancer His daughter Sonal said “My father had undergone heart surgeries and the jail authorities simply shifted him back to prison within two days He was denied medical attention He never had cancer nor we were informed about any such ailment for all this while Every time we requested a meeting with him we were asked to come for the court hearing that never took place on the designated date” Sonal said her father had told her in the last meeting at Mumbai’s J J Hospital in February that jail authorities had not given him food for over four weeks “He told me they were giving him one packet of glucose biscuits dipped in water everyday If the jail authorities had given him medical aide he would have survived” she said The family also said that it was helpless about being unable to get parole for their elder son Ramesh to be present for the last rites of his father in Vadodara Gohil’s younger son Dilip and nephew Jaswant were in Mumbai to complete the formalities of claiming Gohil’s body Jaswant said “We are unable to file an application of parole for Ramesh as the authorities have delayed the process of releasing my uncle’s body He passed away on Sunday evening and the authorities asked us to be present in Mumbai by Monday morning but the formalities began only at 3 pm on Monday including the autopsy We have been unable to seek parole for Ramesh due to the delay in issuing death certificate for my uncle The jail authorities are claiming that he died of cancer It is a lie to cover up their negligence for his heart ailment” The family in Vadodara is now awaiting the arrival of the body to complete the last rites on Tuesday Although Gohil and his son Ramesh were arrested in May 2013 by NIA from Vadodara in connection with Ajmer blasts NIA Inspector General R Shastri told The Indian Express that the duo were discharged from the case soon after and handed over to the Maharashtra ATS in the Best Bakery case in which they were absconding from the retrial conducted in Mumbai between 2004-2006 Shastri said “The two persons – Jayanti Gohil and Ramesh Gohil – are no longer accused in any case of the NIA They were handed over to the Maharashtra ATS We have been informed that he prima facie appears to have died of cancer” Arthur Road Jail Superintendent Ahir Rao said the father-son duo were awaiting commencement of the Best Bakery retrial in their cases while officials of the Maharashtra ATS said they would “check records” about the accused For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News

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