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the peak The Shiv Sena has fielded Vijay Chaugule, 2010 1:58 am Top News A journey through the primordial supercontinent goes beyond geology Sometime in 2006, Share This Article Related Article The bench said it may not be required at this stage to issue a notice to the university since the main prayer in the petition was to transfer the probe to the CBI.” they said.The lawyers requested the bench to also make the Union government a party in their petition since the officers who could certify the electronic records under the cyber laws were not appointed The apex court accepted this request and allowed requisite amendment in the petition The student has alleged that her seniors took her nude photographs and forced her to have physical relationships with many of them As per the petition she was repeatedly raped on the campus and outside by three seniors who had threatened to circulate the pictures The petition claimed that the police were in fact destroying electronic evidences like laptops and mobile phones through which photographs were shared by the accused with other students through WhatsApp The Station House Officer who had registered the FIR was transferred under political pressure the very next day the student’s petition said “The state authorities have behaved in an extremely casual lackadaisical unprofessional and biased manner leading to valuable evidence being possibly destroyed by the accused due to the inability of the prosecution to properly protect and preserve the incriminating evidence” stated the petition Maintaining that her fundamental right to live with human dignity was being violated the petition says that a CBI inquiry was inevitable because of the “shoddy reckless biased and malafide investigation conducted by police” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Beijing | Published: December 12 2017 9:36 pm The Chinese foreign minister was in New Delhi to attend the Russia-India-China (RIC) Foreign Ministers’ meeting Related News The Dokalam standoff had put “severe pressure” on India-China ties though the issue was resolved through diplomatic means Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj during their meeting in New Delhi The bilateral ties went through a serious test after Indian border troops “illegally trespassed” into the Chinese territory in June Wang told Swaraj yesterday The Chinese foreign minister was in New Delhi to attend the Russia-India-China (RIC) Foreign Ministers’ meeting Although the standoff ended eventually through diplomatic means more than two months later lessons must be learned and efforts must be made to avoid such an incident in the future said Wang whose comments were posted on the Chinese Foreign Ministry website today “The standoff put the bilateral relations under severe pressure” he said Wang said that the Sino-Indian relations are at a crucial period and the most important thing between the two countries is to really cultivate mutual trust Leaders from both countries have shared the view that China and India should regard each other’s development as opportunities rather than challenges and China and India are partners rather than rivals thus the two sides should sincerely implement the consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries Wang noted While enhancing strategic communication at all levels restoring dialogue mechanisms that have been established and deepening pragmatic cooperation in all fields both sides should also properly manage differences so as to maintain peace and tranquillity in the border areas he said Wang’s visit to New Delhi is the first by a top Chinese official to India after the 73-day Dokalam standoff and after the commencement of the second five-year term of President Xi Jinping The Dokalam standoff ended on August 28 after Chinese troops stopped building a key road close to India’s ‘Chicken Neck’ corridor India had objected to the construction highlighting its security concerns The road was being built by China in an area also claimed by Bhutan Besides Swaraj Wang also called on President Ram Nath Kovind and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval In his meeting with Doval Wang said China and India should make the correct choice in the development of relations without politicising and complicating issues left over by history Sino-Indian relations are at a crucial moment when both sides need to make the right choice on the future of the bilateral relations Wang was quoted as saying by the state-run Xinhua news agency For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: July 18 2013 9:25 pm Related News Barely a week before the mid-day meal tragedy struck a school in BiharHRD Ministry had praised the state for its implementation of the scheme on various counts On July 8Additional Secretary in the Minister Amarjit Singh had said Bihar had made “tremendous improvement” in implementation of the scheme Singhin a letter to the state governmentshad cited the example of Bihar along with OdishaMadhya Pradesh and Karnataka as the states which had showed improved performance during the 2012-13 fiscal HoweverHRD Minister Pallam Raju today said “shortcomings” had been found in its implementation and “alerts” had been sent to 12 districts including Saran where the incident took place Bihar has improved tremendously on this front although the coverage of children in the state is still below the national average” Singh saidadding the coverage had gone up to 67 per cent from 43 per cent last year The performance in these stateshe saidhas been analysed on the coverage of the children with respect to enrollmentcoverage of working daysutilisation of food grainscooking costtransportation assistance and payment of honorarium to cook-cum-helpers Appreciating the work of the mid-day meal teamhe said the appreciable efforts have led to increase in coverage of the scheme to 1068 crore children during the fourth quarter of 2012-13 from 1046 in the third quarter Rajuon the other handsaid today alerts were issued to 12 districts in the state including Saranwhere the tragedy has unfolded after some shortcomings in the implementation of the programme were identified Yesapparently there has been There were 12 districts that were identified and alerts were sent and Saran (hit by the incident) was among themhe said Hehoweversaid they do not wish to highlight the issue right now and play a blame game over it as the death of the children have shocked all For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAccording to Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ former Provincial of the British Province the new pope will confront “a formidable challenge on several fronts” not least the implementation of the Vatican II’s vision of collegiality and social justice With this in mind he remembers his disagreements with Fr Bergoglio now Pope Francis some decades ago over how Jesuits should respond to the Latin American military dictatorships He acknowledges readily however that the situation Fr Bergoglio faced was highly complex and that there were no simple answers The same perhaps holds for the Church Fr Campbell-Johnson is sanguine however that Pope Francis will prove able to meet the challenges Pope Francis I remember Pope Francis or Jorge Mario Bergoglio as I knew him when he was Provincial of the Jesuits in Argentina I first met him in Buenos Aires in 1977 Those were the days when the three Cono Sur countries Chile Argentina and Brazil were ruled by harsh right-wing military regimes known as ‘National Security States’ These were based on the principle that “The nation is absolute or it is nothing A nation can accept no limitation of its absolute power” On the pretext of combatting international communism the state assumes total control over all dimensions of public life including education communications labour relations the judiciary and many other organisms designed to safeguard basic human rights Anyone questioning the status quo is automatically considered subversive and such measures as arbitrary arrest and even torture are justified This poses acute problems for the Church since the governments advocating such policies themselves claim to be catholic and acting according to the principles of the Gospel This was the situation in Argentina when I first met Fr Bergoglio I was visiting our Jesuit Social Institutes throughout Latin America where in many of the countries they were facing opposition and even persecution In some they were forced to act under-ground and in secrecy But this was not the situation for our Institute in Buenos Aires which was able to function freely because it never criticised or opposed the government As a result there were justice issues it could not address or even mention This was the topic I remember discussing at length with Fr Bergoglio He naturally defended the existing situation though I tried to show him how it was out of step with our other social institutes on the continent Our discussion was lengthy and inconclusive since we never reached an agreement At the time there were an estimated 6000 political prisoners in Argentina and another 20000 ‘disaparecidos’ people who had ‘been disappeared’ And there was widespread evidence of torture and assassination On returning to Rome I received a copy of a letter addressed to the Pope and signed by over 400 Argentinian mothers and grandmothers who had ‘lost’ children or other relatives and were begging the Vatican to exert some pressure on the military junta I took it into the Secretariat of State but never received any acknowledgement This is not to blame Fr Bergoglio but rather to show the sort of situation in which he was living at the time Though certainly not accepting it there seems to be little he or our social institute could do to change it For himself he led a poor and simple life and was well respected by his fellow Jesuits One of five children his father was a railway worker and his mother a housewife As a teenager he had a lung removed owing to an infection At the age of 21 he joined the Jesuits and went through the normal course of studies being ordained priest in 1969 He became Jesuit Provincial and afterwards was novice master He also taught theology and was rector of our seminary in San Miguel He went to Sankt Georgen in Germany to work on a doctorate and afterwards returned to Argentina to become confessor and spiritual director at the seminary in Córdoba In 1992 he was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Buenos Aires and six years later succeeded Cardinal Quaracino as Archbishop of Buenos Aires In February of 2001 he was created Cardinal by Pope John Paul II and given a number of administrative positions in the Roman Curia He became known for personal humility doctrinal conservatism and a commitment to social justice His simple life style contributed to his reputation for humility He lived in a small apartment rather than in the palatial bishop’s residence He gave up his chauffeured limousine and travelled by public transport And he bought and cooked his own meals On the death of John Paul II in 2005 he was considered one of the ‘papabile’ cardinals He took part in the conclave that elected Pope Benedict XVI According to an article in La Stampa he was in close contention with Cardinal Ratzinger during the election until he made an emotional plea that the cardinals should not vote for him Now that they have we will have to wait and see how he tackles the many problems facing the Church at the moment It is not easy to predict since on some issues he could be fairly radical yet conservative on others Earlier in the year long before Pope Benedict resigned I wrote a brief note under the title ‘A next Pope’ which outlined some of the issues I felt needed to be faced and the sort of Pope needed to face them Since I believe they are still relevant and will hopefully figure large on the new Pope’s agenda I take the liberty of ending with them here What qualities should the new Pope possess “He should clearly be a man of visible holiness that is he should depend on God’s strength rather than his own personal gifts to carry out the awesome task entrusted to him He should be a strong leader not in the sense of controlling people and events directly himself but by inspiring others to cooperate and give of their best in a shared ministry” But the gift I emphasised most was “an acceptance of and a determined dedication to fulfilling the decrees of Vatican ll” The Church has been accused of resisting these and in the opinion of many even of betraying them “Hopefully the next Pope will finish a journey started but never completed This would mean taking action on several issues The continuing focus on the hierarchy goes right against one of the key changes advocated by Vatican ll The role of the Christian in today’s world must be one of service to others and searching with them for the truth in humility and honesty The division among Christians calls for understanding and openness A greater respect should be paid to local cultures and beliefs and there should be a stronger and more practical concern for the poor And not only knowledge but implementation of the Church’s social teaching should be obligatory” This represents a formidable challenge on several fronts But hopefully our new Pope will prove to be capable not only of facing up to it but also of making some progress in resolving it This is a hope that many will share as they wish him well and assure him of their support Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ0 degrees Celsius.Written by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Published: June 15 Sometimes people like to be adored in public, he hacked into his bear via one of the numbers to turn on one of its lights and record a message from the audience. 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