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The submission was Justice before made Prathiba M Singh by SolicTushar General itor Mehta, appearing for the police. The court asked the police to file an affidavit containing its submission that it has not leaked any material relating to the investigation to the media. Since there were no counsels representing the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBSA) and some of the media houses named in Ravi's petition, the court issued notice to them and said it will . hear the matter on Friday The petition has also sought to restrain the media from publishing the content or extract of any private chats, including those on WhatsApp, between her and third parties. Ravi said she is "severely aggrieved and prejudiced by the media trial surrounding her arrest and the ongoing investigation, where she is being viscerally attacked by the respondent 1 (police) and several media houses". She claimed that her arrest from Bengaluru on February 13 by a Cyber Cell team of Delhi Police was "wholly unlawfully and without basis". She also contended that in the present circumstances, it was "highly likely" that the general public will perceive the news items "as being conclusive as to the guilt of the petitioner (Ravi)". "In these circumstances, and to restrain the respondents from further violating her privacy, her reputation, and her right to a fair trial, the petitioner is moving the present petition," the plea has said. Her petition has alleged that investigative matters have been leaked to the media and the press briefings by the police are "prejudicial" and "grossly violative of her right to a fair trial and presumption of innocence". $ Cong leaders clash I-T sleuths raid over bandh call 20 premises of Cong MLA Daga A meeting of the Congress party to chalk-out strategy for Saturday’s half-day bandh turned into a group clash at the party office in the presence of former minister PC Sharma, on Son of DCC . Thursday president Anil Mishra and Congress leader Dhamendra Rai were involved in the clash. When the meeting was both started, initially Mishra and Rai were sitting together. When the question came about closing of shops, Rai pointed at Mishra and asked whether Mishra’s liquor shop will also be closed’. On this both of them had heated arguments which turned into a clash. Former mayor Vibha Patel and others tried to pacify them but nobody paid attention to their pleas. After much rumpus, fi- nally they calmed down and just after that the meeting was dissolved. When asked, media coordinator Narendra Saluja refused such ‘ruckus’ occurred between the two He Congress leaders. claimed: ‘It is a work of Opposition, which wanted to kill harmony of the party and wanted to create confusion’. DCC president Kailash Mishra refused that he has seen such incident in which his son was involved. Bur he accepted that ‘an incident had happened and it is within the family and it is a family matter’. $ The income-tax department sleuths on Thursday raided business and residential premises of Congress legislator and businessman Nilay Daga. According to sources, the business of Dagas is worth Rs 1,000 crore. The I-T sleuths have come across several irregularities during the initial probe of the records. The evidence, the income-tax department has laid their hands on, may bring to light tax evasion worth crores of rupees. It happened for the first time in the state that the incometax department raided the premises of a legislator. , Apart from Nilay the residential and business premises of his three brothers Neeraj Daga, Shreyansh Daga and Kaushik Daga were also raided. $ The retail price of regular petrol also breached the Rs 100 per litre mark in state’s many districts on Thurs. day The fuel rates were increased for the tenth day in a row. Price of regular petrol went past Rs 100mark in fourteen districts of the state including Rewa, Dindori, Umaria, Sheopur, Shahdol, Satna, Neemuch, Panna, Chhattarpur, Chhindwara, Shivpuri, Burhanpur, Balaghat . and Alirajpur on the day Anuppur district was the first to have breached the mark in the state. In the next few days other districts would follow the cue. In Bhopal, petrol costs Rs 98.96 per litre. premium the While petrol, which attracts high- Puducherry Lt Guv asks CM to prove majority on Feb 22 The Congress government in the Union Territory will have to prove its majority in the assembly on February 22 with Lt Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan on Thursday ordering the floor test, hours after assuming charge vowing to function in accordance with the Constitution. The development came days after a ruling party MLA resigned, becoming the fourth to quit the assembly since last month, bringing down the numbers of the Congress-DMK alliance to 14 in the 33member House with an effective strength of 28. the Soundararajan, Telangana Governor handed additional charge of the UT on Tuesday following the removal of Kiran Bedi, issued the direction to V Minister Chief Narayanasamy after the opposition, which also has 14 MLAs, petitioned her, saying the government has been reduced to minority and it should prove its strength on the floor of the assembly. ' '(' ). .40041 %6! ).$/1) -!1)! (%/041 (!($/, !3.! %%-4#( !..! ((!33!1041 (().$6!1! ()5041) 41(!.041 !,!'(!3 !.$ ,)1!*041 er taxes, had crossed the 100 mark a few days back, the regular petrol price following the same pattern crossed the figure in 4 dis- tricts on Thursday . Diesel and petrol rates were hiked for the tenth day in a row. Global oil producers have to ease production cuts since higher prices are impacting demand in Asia’s third . largest economy Madhya Pradesh levies 33 per cent plus Rs 4.5 a litre and 1 per cent cess on petrol. On diesel, it charges 23 per cent plus Rs 3 per litre and 1 per cent cess. Petrol pump dealers Association president Ajay Singh said, “In Madhya Pradesh, retail price of regular petrol has breached Rs100 per litre barrier in many districts. Earlier, the retail price of premium petrol had crossed Army joins search for missing people A team of army personnel on Thursday joined search and rescue operation of three missing persons of the Bansagar canal bus accident in Sidhi district. The SDRF, police and district administration till date recovered 50 bodies from canal water while one died in the hospital. Three people are still missing and to search them, the district administration has called the army from Jabalpur. The SDRF team does not have suitable equipment to enter the tunnel and search for the missing persons. The army team joined the SDRF team and went into the tunnel equipped with oxygen cylinders, search lights and other diving equipment. On Thursday, the team did not get any clue about the missing people. Now, the joint team will start search operation on Friday morning. 15).$ )2(6!+!1-! ! 1%2)$%.3 /& 4+)*(!1 !3(! 6!2 '/).' 6)3( ()2 #/42). 2)23%1 !2(/$! )2(6!+!1-! 3/ !3.! 3/ !00%!1 ). %7!3(% !-%2( )2(6!+!1-! ! 1%2)$%.3 /& !3.! "43 ! $/-)#),% /& )(!1 % 6!2 '/).' 3/ "1).' ()2 2)23%1 &1/(%1 ). ,!62 (/42% 2)343!3%$ ). )(!1 % "/!1$%$ 3(% ),, &!3%$ "42 3/ #!3#( 3(% 31!). &1/- !3.! 3/ 1%!#( )(!1 /'%.$1! (!1-! 6!2 '/).' 3/ */). 3(% 01)5!3% "!.+ "43 ./6 (% )2 -)22).' Rs 100 per liter but now even the regular petrol is being sold at Rs 100.” The rising crude oil prices during the last few weeks are hurting the fragile global economic recovery due to significant demand contraction, which might even mirror the impact of COVID-19 in its initial stages. The price-sensitive consumers are affected by rising petroleum product prices. It also afgrowth, demand fects which could potentially impact the delicate aspirational economic growth trajectory not just in India but in other developing countries as well, Ajay Singh added. METRO MAN JOINING BJP In a shot in the arm for the BJP in the upcoming Kerala Assembly elections, ‘Metro Man’ E Sreedharan on Thursday announced his decision to join the par. ty He is likely to do so during the party’s Vijay Yatra, which gets kicked off on Sunday in the run-up to the . polls due in May PM Modi has bent backwards to accommodate the 88-year-old Sreedharan, as the party has an age cut-off of 75 years, under which veterans like Lal Krishna Murli and Advani were Joshi Manohar shown the door. The ‘Metro Man’ told reporters on phone from his Malappuram hometown that only formalities remain and he is amenable to contesting the election, if the party wants. "I have been living in Kerala for the last 10 years, since my retirement. I have seen different governments come and go but they have all been found wanting. I am joining the BJP to be able to contribute my mite, using my experience," he said, explaining why he opted for the BJP. $ Gowtham goes to CSK for Rs 9.25 cr All-rounder Krishnappa Gowtham was on Thursday bought by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the ongoing mini-auction of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) opened the bidding for Gowtham at his base price of Rs 20 lakh but was eventually picked by CSK for Rs 9.25 cr. Star wicketMohammed batsman keeper Azharuddeen was sold to Royal Chal- lengers Bangalore (RCB) for Rs 20 lakh. Uncapped player Shahrukh Khan was bagged by Punjab Kings. Shahrukh had his base price of Rs 20 lakh but he went to Punjab Kings for Rs 5.25 crore. Delhi Capitals, RCB, and Punjab Kings all made the bids for him, but in the end, the winning bid was made by Punjab Kings. Rajat Patidar was sold to RCB for Rs 20 lakh while India spinner Piyush Chawla was picked by Mumbai Indians for Rs 2.4 cr. Bangladesh bowler Mustafizur Rahman was sold to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 1 crore while New Zealand pacer Adam Milne and Australian all-rounder Nathan CoulterNile were picked up by Mumbai Indians for Rs 3.2 crore and Rs 5 . crore respectively pacer Indian Umesh Yadav was bought by Delhi ' ' % Capitals for Rs 1 crore and Sheldon Cottrell, Alex Carey, Sam Billings, and Kusal Perera all went unsold. Meanwhile, South African all-rounder Chris Morris became the most expensive player at an IPL auction after he was bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 16.25 crore. Clean chit to ex-CJI Gogoi; charge was part of ‘plot’ ! %& # #("'%+ (% " % % * + '% %! % #% " & ' #"& # " !% '& % &'% ' #" (%& + + %# # !#"&'% ' #" %#&& ' The Supreme Court on Thursday once again absolved the then Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi of the charge of sexual harassment of a staff member posted at his residence. A Bench of Justices S K Kaul, A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian accepted the report of a committee headed by former Apex Court judge A K Patnaik holding that a conspiracy cannot be ruled out in the sexual harassment levelled charges Justice against Gogoi in April 2019. The Patnaik committee report said it could be because of the tough stand taken by the then CJI on judicial and administrative matters. In its order, the court said Justice Patnaik aca knowledged wider conspiracy behind the sexual harassment charges levelled against retired CJI Gogoi. Justice Patnaik said he did not have the mandate to probe the conspiracy as already a 3-judge committee headed by Justice Sharad A Bobde had given a clean chit to Justice Gogoi. The court noted that an Intelligence Bureau report submitted to the Justice Patnaik committee had stated that some people were unhappy with Gogoi because of his tough stand on finalisation of NRC-Assam and this could have been part of the plot to defame him. The Justice Patnaik committee is also reported to have said that Gogoi's tough decisions to streamline the top court's registry could also have led to the hatching . of the conspiracy "Two years have passed and the possibility of recovery of electronic evidence is un. likely The three-member committee headed by CJI SA Bobde has already submitted a report. Suo motu, the case is closed and proceedings are disposed of. There is no requirement to keep the case going on”, the court said in its order closing the case.