r Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2018-2020 RnI no. 38281/83 t INDORE t BHOPAL t UJJAIN t MUMBAI t PUNE WEATHER 0 0 27.6 C.19.8 C. Sunrise: 06: 13 Sunset: 06: 32 HUMIDITY Morning : 90 Evening : 73 vol. XXXvI no. 97 | IndoRe IndoRe | FRIday | SePtembeR 14, 2018 | PageS 14 | ` 3 NATION Impediments serve to strengthen the sincere and eliminate the ones who are not. his holiness radhanath Swami Maharaj 'jaitleY helpeD mallYa to Flee, muSt quit' www.freepressjournal.in EDIT SantS Warn oF DanGerouS DiviSion in SoCietY WELCOMING THE GOD OF NEW BEGINNINGS AND REMOVER OF OBSTACLES SPORT Thought for the day Sanjita’S B Sample returnS poSitive sc to states: ameNd motor vehicle rules ‘Frame rules for selling uninsured vehicles’ PROCEEDS TO BE deposited with MACT to pay compensation to victims Agencies New delhi News Brief World leaders bid farewell to Kofi Annan AccrA: World leaders bid farewell to former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan at his funeral in his home country of Ghana on Thursday. On Monday, Annan's body was transferred to the West African nation from Switzerland, where he died on August 18 at the age of 80. However, it wasn't immediately clear why the process took so long. India to launch two UK satellites chennAi: Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) will put into orbit on Sunday two foreign satellites NovaSAR and S1-4 together weighing 889 kg, said a top official. "The September 16 rocket launch will be a fully commercial launch. The rocket will be carrying only the two foreign satellites," K. Sivan, Chairman of the ISRO said. BJP rejects demand for Jaitley's resignation new Delhi: Rejecting Rahul Gandhi's demand for resignation of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, the BJP on Thursday sought to turn the tables by asking Congress President to quit from his post because of his alleged involvement in the National Herald case. "The people of the country should thank Arun Jaitley, who is working to bring the money back which was looted during the Congress rule," Union Minister Piyush Goyal said. PNB to auction 21 NPAs to recover Rs 1,320 cr new Delhi: State-run PNB has put 21 nonperforming assets (NPAs), or bad loan accounts, on sale to recover over Rs 1,320 crore with the ebidding auction process slated later this month. PNB said in a notification earlier this week that its Stressed Assets Targeted Resolution Action (SASTRA) Division has put on sale these 21 accounts. Ganpati bappa morya: Devotees carry an idol of Lord Ganesha to be installed in a pandal at Snehlataganj bade Ganpati on the first day of Ganesh Chaturthi festival on thursday. Devotees danced and offered prayer during the procession Photo by PiNtu Namdev Justice Ranjan Gogoi appointed next CJI Agencies New delhi Justice Ranjan Gogoi was Thursday appointed as the 46th Chief Justice of India, according to the Law Ministry He would assume of. fice on October 3 after present incumbent Dipak Misra retires a day before. Justice Gogoi will have a tenure of a little over 13 months and would retire on November 17, 2019. President Ramnath Kovind signed warrants of appointment of Justice Gogoi following which a notification announcing his appointment was issued. Born on November 18, 1954, Justice Gogoi was enrolled as an ad- Welcome move: coNG elcoming the Gogoi as the 46th WJustice Ranjanappointment of Chief Justice of India, the Congress on Thursday said people are looking forward to a resilient court under his leadership, which will dispense justice in a fearless manner. Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the impeccable credentials and uprightness of Justice Gogoi are known to all. vocate in 1978. He practised in the Gauhati High Court on constitutional, taxation and company matters. He was appointed as a permanent judge of the Gauhati High Court on February 28, 2001. On September 9, 2010, he was transferred to the Punjab and Haryana High Court. He was appointed as Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court on February 12, 2011 and then a judge of the Supreme Court on April 23, 2012. Justice Misra had earlier this month recommended 8 militants Jilted lover stabs killed, 12 girl with sickle cops hurt in J&K VICTIM battling Agencies Jammu/Srinagar Eight militants, three of them Pakistanis, were killed on Thursday in three separate gun battles in Jammu and Kashmir, one of which also injured 12 police and paramilitary personnel and soldiers. While three were killed near the Line of control (LoC) in Keran sector in Kupwara district that borders Pakistan, two Jaish-eMuhammad (JeM) militants were shot dead in Sopore town and the three Pakistanis died in a 33-hour fighting in Reasi district. Soldiers noticed suspicious movements along the LoC in Dat Gali area of Kupwara and challenged a small group of men trying to sneak into India, triggering a gun battle. “Three terrorists were killed. Their bodies are lying close to the border fence and have not been recovered yet,” a Defence Ministry source said. for life in hosp our stAff reporter indore A 23-year-old girl was stabbed and critically injured by a jilted lover in Anoop Nagar on Thursday . A Dial 100 team that responded to distress call managed to rush the girl to a hospital in nick of time thus saving her life and also nabbed the accused. MIG police station incharge Tehzeeb Kazi said that Supriya Jain of Sagar was staying in a rented accommodation in Sanghi Colony for the last few months. On Thursday night, one Kamlesh Sahu reached her house armed with a sickle. Both of them had an argument. In a fit of rage, Sahu whipped out the sickle and attacked Supriya. She suffered serious injuries on neck, head and back. Accused fell in love with girl while studying together in same class in Sagar five years back Two boys, who live nearby , spotted the attack and immediately informed a Dial 100 passing through the area. The team rushed to spot and saved the girl from further assault and arrested the assaulter. The girl is undergoing treatment at a city hospital where attending doctors described her condition as critical. Initial investigation revealed that Kamlesh too hails from Sagar. He fell in love with Supriya while studying together in same class five years back. Contd. on P10 Justice Gogoi as his successor as per established practice of naming the seniormost judge after the CJI for the post. Speculation over Justice Gogoi's appointment as the next CJI arose after the court's four most senior judges, including Justice Gogoi, called a press conference in January and criticised Justice Misra on various issues, especially the manner of allocation of cases to certain benches. Justices J Chelameswar (since retired), Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph were the others who addressed the press conference, perhaps a first in the history of the Indian judiciary . Custodial death: 5 cops suspended; judicial probe on Agencies Narsinghpur A 22-year-old man Wednesday died under mysterious circumstances in police custody at Kareli in Narsinghpur district of Madhya Pradesh, prompting the authorities to order a judicial probe, an officer said. Five personnel of Kareli police station were suspended in connection with the death, the officer added. The family members of the victim, Anuraj Rajput, alleged that he died of police excesses and refuted the police's claim that he consumed 'sulphas' in the lock-up. Talking to PTI over phone, district superintendent of police Dharmendra Singh Bhadoria said Kareli police station in-charge inspector Arvind Choubey, sub inspector Jagdish Yadav, assistant sub inspector Basant Sharma, head constable Birju Thakur and constable Rajkumar have been placed under suspension in connection with the case. Contd. on P10 The Supreme Court Thursday directed all states to frame rules to allow selling of uninsured vehicles involved in accidents to pay compensation to the victims. The prevalent rules do not allow selling of the uninsured vehicles making it difficult to pay the compensation for the victims. The top court directed that the rules should be framed within 12 weeks by all the states in accordance with those currently in force in Delhi. If the rules currently existing in Delhi are enforced across the country, then it would make driving of uninsured vehicle difficult as owners would run the risk of seizure of vehicle in case of accident and being sold to pay the compensation for the victim. Seven states -- Jammu and Kashmir, Chattisgarh, Bihar, Punjab, Jharkhand, Puducherry and Lakshdeep -- told the apex court that they have initiated the process of incorporating such rules. Haryana said it has a similar rule, while Madhya Pradesh has raised certain objections to the rules for compensation. Delhi informed that it already has such rules in place. A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice D seveN states -- Jammu and Kashmir, Chattisgarh, Bihar, Punjab, Jharkhand, Puducherry and Lakshdeep -- told the apex court that they have initiated the process of incorporating such rules haryaNa said it has a similar rule, while madhya Pradesh has raised certain objections to the rules for compensation advocate Radhika Gautam said that nine states have framed the rules but rest of the states have not filed their responses the beNch said that all states should comply with the earlier direction and incorporate rules like the one currently in force in Delhi, within 12 weeks. PetitioNer Usha Devi, a resident of Barnala in Punjab has challenged the high court order by which it had refused to implead state as party for payment of compensation and later recovering by selling the vehicle. Y Chandrachud said that the magistrate having jurisdiction over the area in which accident takes place will not release the uninsured vehicle to the owner, and instead auction it and deposit the money with the Motor Vehicle Claims Tribunal (MACT) within 15 days. It said that the amount realised after sale of vehicle shall be released by MACT to the victim while awarding the compensation. During the hearing, advocate Radhika Gautam appearing for the petitioner Usha Devi -- who had challenged the order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court refusing to implead Punjab as party in an accident claim case -- said that 10 states have filed their response. She said that nine states have framed the rules but rest of the states have not filed their responses. The bench said that all states should comply with the earlier direction and incorporate rules like the one currently in force in Delhi, within 12 weeks. Section 6 of the Delhi Motor Accidents Claim Tribunal Rules, 2008 deals with prohibition against release of motor vehicle involved in accident. Modi to meet head of Dawoodi Bohra sect today our stAff reporter indore Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet the religious head of Dawoodi Bohra community, Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin, at a mosque here on Friday and address the community members, officials said. The prime minister will meet Syedna Saifuddin at the Saifi Nagar mosque here, where the head of Dawoodi Bohra community is holding a nine-day religious discourse since Wednesday, they said. Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Governor Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will also be present during Modi's visit. The prime minister's visit here also assumes significance as Assembly polls are due in the BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh by yearend. Around 2.5 lakh Dawoodi Bohras are estimated to live in the state, mainly in Indore, Ujjain and Pm’s schedule 09.30 am departure from Delhi. 10.30 arrival the city airport. 11.00 reach at Saify Nagar Mosque to meet Syedna Sahab. 11.30 departure from there for Airport. 12.10 Pm departure for New Delhi. Burhanpur districts. In view of the prime minister's visit, security has been ramped up, Indore range Deputy Inspector General of Police H C Mishra said. Police would employ drone cameras to keep an eye over the city along with 150 CCTV cameras, he said. About 3,500 policemen have been deployed in the city, Mishra added. Collector Nishant Warwade said that preparations have been completed for the visit of Prime Minister. India meets all qualifications to be member of NSG: US WAshington India has not been able to secure membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group because of China's veto, a senior Trump Administration official said Thursday asserting that the US will continue to advocate for New Delhi's membership in the elite grouping as it meets all the criteria. India has been seeking entry into the 48-member elite nuclear club, which controls nuclear trade, but China has repeatedly stonewalled its bid. While India, which is backed by the US and a number of western countries has garnered the support of a majority of the group's members, China has stuck to its stand that new members should sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), making India's entry difficult as the group is guided by the consensus principle. India is not a signatory to the NPT. breakiNG barriers Govt bans Saridon & 327 other combination drugs Hindus, Muslims unite for development in Yogi-raj Agencies united Nations India, China, Russia and Myanmar are among several countries named in a report by UN chief Antonio Guterres that details an "alarming" level of harsh reprisals and intimidation against those who cooperate with the United Nations on human rights issues. The ninth annual report of the Secretary-General details the level of retaliation against human rights defenders on a country-by- In context of India, report expressed concern at use of FCRA to restrict work of NGOs who seek to cooperate with the United Nations, for example, by refusing to renew or grant licenses country basis, including allegations of killing, torture, arbitrary arrests, and public stigmatisation campaigns, which also target victims of rights abuse. The report documents allegations of reprisals and intimidation in 38 countries, some of which are members of the Human Rights Council. Prior to officially presenting the Human Rights Council with the report next week, assistant rights chief Andrew Gilmour said the cases of reprisals and intimidation detailed in the report and its two annexes "represent the tip of the iceberg," adding that "many more are reported to us". Agencies Lucknow Hindus and Muslims in Jalaun district of Uttar Pradesh have transcended communal barriers to help the local administration in relocating some religious structures which had held up building of a flyover for 14 long years. In all, two temples, seven mazaars (tombs) and a mosque have been relocated, while a portion of a boundary wall of a dargah (the grave of a revered religious figure) was removed In all, two temples, seven mazaars (tombs) and a mosque have been relocated, while a portion of a boundary wall of a dargah (the grave of a revered religious figure) was removed to facilitate construction of the flyover to facilitate construction of the flyover. Superintendent of Police, Jalaun, Dr Aravind Chaturvedi, told PTI Thursday "On the Kanpur-Jhansi , National Highway the stretch , between 242-km landmark and 244-km landmark is called Kalpi Khand. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) had to construct a 1.5 km long flyover for smooth movement of traffic". "But the NHAI faced a grave problem when it had to lay a service road (almost 5.5 metres wide on either side of the flyover) before they commenced the main construction in Jalaun, 220 kms from the state capital Lucknow" he said. "It was on one of these stretches of service road (from Kanpur to Jalaun) that there were two temples, seven mazaars and one mosque, leading to the problem which existed for almost 14 years," the SP said. The current district administration and police machinery held a number of rounds of meetings with the stakeholders --both Hindus and Muslims.