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But people could create drinks and recipes containing cocoa to get the benefits without the calories, So,Sheila Dikshit Monday accused Delhi Congress party and its president J P Agarwal of not enthusiastically backing her but stopped short of saying that it was deliberate. 2013 7:15 pm Related News Still trying to absorb her party’s drubbing in Assembly polls, cannot be accepted.The Muslim law board had earlier claimed that triple talaq is a ‘personal law’ and hence cannot be modified by the Centre For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRajkot | Published: February 19 2017 6:03 am Top News Amid protest demonstration by opposition Congress over Naliya rape case the general board of Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) passed the budget 2017-18 by a majority vote on Saturday The budget meeting of the board began on a dramatic note as Congress corporators entered the meeting hall with banners showing BJP stood for “Balatkari Janata Party” This was an apparent reference to to Naliya rape case in which some local BJP leaders have been held for allegedly gangraping a woman from Mumbai Opposition members also wore black bandana Watch what else is making news: Instead of seating on their benches Congress corporators stood near the chair of the board city mayor Jaiman Upadhyay But the ruling BJP also sought to counterattack by taking potshots at Congress party and reminding it of how it’s members had been caught watching objectionable contents etc Despite repeated requests from the mayor Congress continued its protest With the Opposition not budging BJP corporator Nitin Bhardwaj retorted that residents of Rajkot had made Congress stand up since 2005 when it was thrown out of power Amid the din standing committee chairman Pushkar Patel presented the budget Leader of Opposition Vashram Sagathiya sought to know how many projects proposed in last year’s budget had been completed and added that the percentage was only 30 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 23 2016 1:58 pm Delhi Commission for women Chairperson Swati Maliwal (Source: File Photo) Top News Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal today lodged a complaint with the Anti- Corruption Branch against her predecessors–Barkha Shukla and Kiran Walia–and former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit alleging financial fraud Maliwal’s complaint comes days after the ACB registered an FIR against her in connection with alleged illegal recruitments in the women’s panel on a complaint filed by Shukla “The commission while pursuing the files of the previous commission has discovered instances of gross financial irregularities and high misappropriation of government funds done by previous chairpersons namely Barkha Shukla Singh and Kiran Walia with some instances prima facie being carried out under directions of then Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit” the complaint alleged The allegations in the complaint include financial fraud of over Rs 50 lakhs in name of Nirbhaya and a silent march for her on January 2 2013 appointment of a sitting MLA as DCW chief providing opportunities for misuse of office diversion of funds for political gains and personal glorification paid interviews and irregularities in celebration of International Women’s day over the years Watch What Else Is making News “While holding the post of Chairperson her (Shukla’s ) conduct amounted to misusing of public office with aim to benefit certain individuals Every year a majority of the budget of the commission was spent only on organising such functions and giving out advertisements which has been criticised by audit reports time and again” the complaint said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ruhi Bhasin | Mumbai | Published: November 14 2016 2:13 am Bombay High Court upheld the Maharashtra government’s ban on slaughter of the cow but allowed people to consume beef imported from other states observing that a ban on imported beef would be “an infringement of right of privacy” (File Photo) Top News Despite a Bombay High Court order allowing people in Maharashtra to consume beef brought from other states or countries for trader Sadique Qureshi the harassment associated with possession of the meat has not ended Around a week ago two trucks carrying beef that he was transporting from Karnataka to Mumbai were allegedly stopped midway by gau rakshaks according to Qureshi He says this is just one of the many incidents being faced by traders like him Watch What Else is Making News Qureshi who is from Pune earlier slaughtered bulls or bullocks for a living and supplied the meat to shops and restaurants across the state However with the ban on slaughter of cows bulls or bullocks upheld by the court he has begun sourcing beef from other states such as Karnataka This has meant continued attacks by vigilante groups or gau rakshaks he claims “There is lack of clarity regarding implementation of the High Court orders The police at the ground level are either clueless or don’t want to take a chance and so we are booked” he said Qureshi claimed the orders of the High Court were not being implemented fully “The Maharashtra government is not implementing the orders of the court I am not slaughtering the animals I am getting the meat from other states and have the required certificates to prove this” he claimed “My vehicles carrying beef were stopped in the middle of the night by a gau rakshak samiti They started threatening the drivers They were finally taken to two different police stations in Pune Eventually while complaints were registered the police cooperated in one of the cases and we managed to free the vehicle The other truck is still with the police” said Qureshi The High Court on May 6 upheld the Maharashtra government’s ban on slaughter of the cow and its progeny in the state but allowed people to consume beef imported from other states observing that a ban on imported beef would be “an infringement of right of privacy which is a fundamental right” The court said the objective of the ban was to protect the cow and its progeny not to prevent residents from eating beef that may be brought from a state or a country where there is no prohibition on cow slaughter But months after the order there seems to be a reluctance in people to get involved in the business anymore or to serve the meat in restaurants According to the Mumbai Suburban Beef Dealers Association no one is getting beef from other states “There is too much harassment involved in the entire process There have been instances of disturbances when some people were getting beef from Goa in a bus This meat is usually eaten by poor people and the process of getting it from other states is far too expensive There is also the issue of how fresh the meat will remain in the end It is not profitable No one is getting beef from other states as far as I know” said president of the association Mohammad Ali Qureshi The cold storages in the city too are no longer stocking beef items “There is a fear of harassment We stopped storing beef when the ban was announced In terms of importing it there is lack of clarity For instance we import canned tuna but that is not possible for beef products as the law is still unclear” said Sunil Desouza owner of Marvel Cold Storage Arif Chowdhary from the All India Jamiatul Quresh feels nothing has been done by the government and the police to ensure that officials at the ground level are aware of the changes in law so that the High Court order can be implemented in letter and spirit “The Director General of Police should issue circulars to all police stations to inform officers that possession of beef slaughtered outside the state is no longer a crime This is important to end harassment” said Chowdhary He added that they had filed an intervention application in the matter with the state government already having moved the Supreme Court against the High Court’s directions The matter is likely to come up for hearing on November 28 While in high-end restaurants and hotels beef might be off the plate in smaller restaurants running in areas like Bhendi Bazaar buffalo meat is being served A source at the Taj Hotels in Mumbai said that they had stopped serving beef soon after the ban They further stated that they had not thought of importing it as the freshness of the meat served is very important in their fine dining restaurants According to sources almost all of the high-end hotels in the city have stopped serving beef owing to legal hurdles and the harassment associated with importing it But Savera Hotel in Bhendi Bazaar serves buffalo meat “We have someone who supplies us legally slaughtered buffalo meat from Deonar We have not faced any problems due to this We are serving it as there is still demand for it” said Mohammed Aqeel owner of the hotel According to the commissioner of Animal Husbandry Department Kantilal Umap the High Court has watered down the Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act 1976 In its order the High Court held that preventing a citizen from possessing the flesh of a cow bull or bullock slaughtered outside the state amounts to prohibiting a citizen from possessing and consuming food of his choice In a 245-page judgment the court struck down provisions for conviction of a person for one year and a fine of Rs 2000 for import of such meat It also struck down the right of police or any other authority to stop or search a vehicle carrying bovine flesh slaughtered in another state “The law has become milder after the High Court order There are cases where the animal is being slaughtered within Maharashtra but the traders are getting away by claiming that it was slaughtered outside the state To prove otherwise becomes difficult for us Right now the matter has reached the Supreme Court so we will have to wait and watch Parties have approached court seeking striking down of the law in its entirety while the Bhartiya Gau Raskhak Dal from Gujarat has approached the court seeking that the Act should be kept in its original form” said Umap Meanwhile according to a senior police officer no circular has been issued by them to various police stations informing them of the changes in the Act “The government is yet to make relevant amendments in the Act We are implementing the law but there are clashes in some instances when the gau rakshaks get to know of illegal slaughtering Otherwise the police officers are doing everything to ensure no one is harassed” said the police officer ruhibhasin@expressindiacom For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News therefore,but brave girl Jyoti Sharma, panorama and HDR.s house.

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