fP the publishers permit sharing of the e-paper's pdf on WhatsApp and other social media platforms r Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2021-2023 `3 r rnI no. 38281/83 t INDORE t BHOPAL t UJJAIN t MUMBAI t PUNE Quality at Value WEAtHER 29.00c. 23.30c Sunrise : 06.12 Sunset : 06.36 vol. XXXvIII no. 93 | Indore | FrIday | SePTeMBer 10, 2021 | PageS 14 The "Mission" of your Edit www.freePressjournal.in life, of your soul for 24x7 upDAtes NDA ADmissioN A shot iN the Arm for womeN Pg- 10 Master Choa Kok Sui hIgher edu rankIngs: no unIv from mP In ToP-100 Institutions of higher learning in Madhya Pradesh again performed poorly in Indian Higher Education Rankings-2021 with no university managing to feature in top-100 universities in the country even as Indian Institute of Technology, Indore and Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Bhopal, slipped from their position last year in the overall category . The only saving grace was that Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, which had not figured even in the top 200 universities last year, found a place in the band of 101-150 universities and Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore and Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal improved their position in rankings which were released by National Institute Ranking Framework on Thursday . IIM Indore, which was ranked 7th in the management category, secured 6th position this year. Similarly , MANIT which was ranked 65th in engineering category last year, climbed institute old rank new rank 23 40 30 50 university DAVV rtu raisen No rank 151-200 101-150 101-150 enGineerinG iit indore 10 mANit Bhopal 65 iiitDm Jabalpur No rank iitm Gwalior 100 five notches up to 60th position this year. IIT Indore and ISER old rank new rank manaGement cateGory overall iit indore iser Bhopal institute 13 60 80 106 iim indore iitm Gwalior iifm Bhopal 7 No rank 62 6 58 75 architecture spA Bhopal mANit Bhopal 7 16 6 20 dental GDC, indore 22 32 law NLiu Bhopal Bhopal, which were ranked 23rd and 40th respectively last year, slipped to 30th and 17 14 50th position respectively in the overall category . In the engineering cate- af soil must not be used for terror attacks on others: brIcs FIVE-NATION influential grouping has adopted a counter-terrorism action plan: PM NEw DElhi News Brief Prez greets citizens on eve of Ganesh Chaturthi New Delhi: President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday greeted citizens on the eve of Ganesh Chaturthi, and asked people to celebrate it while adhering to Covidappropriate behaviour. Yusuf Lakdawala dies in jail MuMbai: Builder and film financier Yusuf Lakdawala, arrested by the ED in a money laundering case stemming from a land deal, died at Arthur Road Jail on Thursday, an official said. Lakdawala (76) was brought dead to J J Hospital and his death was announced at 12 pm. 5th Test fanally on after hiccup est New Delhi: The fifth T between England and India is likely to be held on Friday with all Indian players testing Covid negative. Amid growing est concerns of the final T to be called off after another Covid positive case emerging from the Indian camp, BCCI secretary Jay Shah was of the view that the team should play est Manchester T after all players tested negative. Bypolls to 7 RS seats on Oct 4 New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) on Thursday announced dates for bypolls to seven Rajya Sabha seats that have fallen vacant due to various reasons like resignations, death and end of tenure of members.According to a notification issued by the EC, there are two such seats in TN and one each in West Bengal, Assam, Maharashtra, . Puducherry and MP The polls t will take place on October 4, the EC said. 3 test +ve in city iNDore: As many as three new Covid positive cases were found on Thursday in the city out of 9545 samples sent for lab testing. Rate of positive patients was recorded at 0.03%. Total number of positive patients reached 153082. No death was reported on Thursday. As many as 20 patients are getting treatment in various hospitals. Total 151669 patients have been discharged so far. The territory of Afghanistan must not be used to carry out terror attacks against other countries, the five-nation influential grouping BRICS said on Thursday and strongly called for combating terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, including the cross-border movement of terrorists. The grouping held extensive deliberations on pressing issues including the situation in Afghanistan at a virtual summit chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The summit, hosted by India, was attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and Brazil's Jair Bolsanaro. The BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) brings together five of the largest developing countries of the world, rep- new delhi declaration members of BriCs countries on thursday adopted a declaration calling for reforms of the principal organs of the united Nations including instilling new life in the discussions on the reform of the uN security Council (uNsC). At the conclusion of the 13th BriCs summit, leaders adopted the "New Delhi Declaration" and pledged resolve towards strengthening and reforming the multilateral system to make global governance more responsive and effective. Keen to stop migration BRICS, an impt force on int’l stage: Xi from Af, says Putin russian president Vladimir putin says moscow is interested in peace and stability in Afghanistan and in stopping the exodus of Afghans from the country, which has been triggered by the taliban's swift power grab last month. Chinese president xi Jinping said that BriCs countries were an important force on the international stage to be reckoned with, as he called for deepening cooperation among members to build a closer and more results-oriented partnership to meet common challenges. prime minister Narendra modi on thursday said that the BriCs has witnessed several achievements in the past one-and-a-half decades and is an influential voice for emerging economies of the world. resenting 41 per cent of the global population, 24 per cent of the global GDP and 16 per cent of the global trade. In a declaration issued at the end of the summit, the grouping called for refraining from violence and settling the situation in Afghanistan by peaceful means. "We call for refraining from violence and settling the situation by peaceful means. We stress the need to contribute to fostering an inclusive intra-Afghan dialogue so as to ensure stability, civil peace, law and order in the country," the BRICS said. The grouping also condemned in strongest terms the terrorist attacks near Kabul Airport recently that resulted in a large number of deaths and injuries. ConTd. on P8 ProTesTers need PermIssIon for slogans To be raIsed TALIBAN: Women should restrict themselves to giving birth FP NEwS SERViCE KABUL Afghanistan’s new all-male interim cabinet – made up entirely of Taliban loyalists – is moving rapidly away from earlier promises of moderation and inclusivity . The façade came off with a Taliban spokesperson declaring on Thursday that women should restrict themselves to giving birth. He was reacting to the recent protests and the outrage over the all-male government. The Taliban spokesperson Sayed Zekrullah Hashimi, in an interview to Tolo News, further had the audacity to remark, "A woman can't be a minister, it is like you put something on her neck that she can't carry". Moreover, women protesters can't represent all women in Afghanistan, he reasoned. Voice for emerging economies: PM Afghan newspaper Etilaatroz journalists Neamat Naqdi (L) and Taqi Daryabi show their wounds in their office in Kabul after being released from Taliban custody According to CNN, the Taliban used whips and sticks against the women protesters in a recent crackdown on dissent. TalIban dIkTaT on ProTesTs: In a move to tighten its crackdown on escalating protests, Taliban on Thursday banned any demonstrations that do not have official approval for both the gathering itself and for any slogans that might be raised. ConTd. on P8 Cop takes two dozen bananas as bribe, suspended OUR STAFF REPORTER BHOPAL/SHIVPURI A cop was suspended for accepting two dozen bananas as 'bribe' from a truck driver in Shivpuri. In fact, after the truck driver expressed his inability to give money as bribe, the cop asked him to give bananas in bribe. A video of the cop's act went viral on Tuesday resulting in his prompt suspension. Senior officials sent him to Police Lines on Wednesday . According to reports, head constable Bhagwan Lal was posted at Lukwasa police outpost of Kolaras police station. He allegedly demanded Rs 500 from the driver of a bananaladen truck as 'charge' for allowing him to cross the outpost. After the driver expressed inability to pay the bribe, Lal allegedly took 24 bananas from a bundle in the truck and allowed him to go. ConTd. on P8 is to "grow up." haPPy Ganesh chaturthi IIT-I 26Th In research Nirf introduced research category from this year’s rankings. in this category, two institutions from madhya pradesh found place in top-100. iit indore secured 26th rank and iiser Bhopal 45th rank. gory also, IIT Indore slipped three notches from 10th to 13th position. Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior also slipped from its last year’s 100th rank to 106th rank. ConTd. on P8 Pintu Namdev OUR STAFF REPORTER Indore tHougHt foR tHE dAy 51,000 laddoos offerred to Khajrana Ganeshji on Chaturthi eve. CM warns officials over law & order situation CHOUHAN: If there is no improvement in a week, I will take to the streets OUR STAFF REPORTER Bhopal Upset over law and order situation in the state reflected in certain horrifying incidents in the past couple of months, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan warned police officials on Thursday that if they don't take concrete steps to control the situation within a week he would have to take to street (to get the desired result), said an official attending a meeting held to review the law and order situation. As per the official, reviewing the law and order situation in a meeting attended by officials of police and home departments, the CM sought to know why heinous crime incidents were taking place at regular intervals which gave a bad name to seekIng answers n why heinous crime incidents were taking place at regular intervals n why the police department failed to check such incidents. the government and why the police department failed to check such incidents. CM, as per the official, warned the officials that if they failed to control the situation within a week he would have to take to street. Notably, suspected to be involved in a theft a 45-year-old tribal man Kanhaiyalal Bheel was beaten up and then tied to rear side of a mini truck by his feat before being dragged with the running vehicle that caused his death. The incident took place in Neemuch district August last week. In another incident a youth was beaten black and blue in Rewa district on suspicion of involvement in theft of a battery. A couple of days back, another tribal was allegedly tortured in police custody in Khargone district that resulted in his death. The Opposition Congress and several tribal organisations have launched agitations to protest against the incidents and, what they said, miserable failure of the state government in protecting the lives of the tribals and other members of the weaker section of society. survey of GyanvaPi mosque I-T return deadline Allahabad High Court is now Dec 31 stays court order PRAyAgRAj The Allahabad High Court on Thursday stayed the Varanasi lower court order directing the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to conduct a comprehensive physical survey of the Gyanvapi mosque compound adjacent to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi. The lower court on April 8 had ordered an ASI survey to investigate the mosque premises, saying that the exercise was required to decide on pleas that allege the mosque was built by Mughal emperor after partially demolishing a Hindu shrine. The order was on a plea demanding the restoration of the land on which the Gyanvapi Mosque stands, to Hindus. The plaintiffs, on behalf of the ancient idol of Swayambhu Lord Vishweshwar, had said that the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, in 1664, destroyed the temple and built a mosque on its remains. g restoration of the ancient temple at the site where the Gyanvapi Mosque currently stands. On March 15, the Allahabad High Court reserved its judgment on various pleas, which had challenged the maintainability of the 1991 suit before the Varanasi trial court, seeking restoration of an ancient temple at the site where the Gyanvapi Mosque at Varanasi now stands. NEw DElhi The deadline for filing Income Tax returns has been extended till December 31, the government said on Thursday. Usually due by the end of July, the date was extended last time in May till September 30 given the coronavirus pandemic. "On consideration of difficulties reported by the taxpayers and other stakeholders in filing of Income Tax Returns and various reports of audit for the Assessment Year 2021-22 under the Income-tax Act, 1961(the “Act”), Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has decided to further extend the due dates for filing of Income Tax Returns and various reports of audit for the Assessment Year 2021-22," the Finance Ministry said in a statement. hiGhway turns runway for fiGhter jets Those crying over lack of opportunities are nalayak: Rao OUR STAFF REPORTER BHOPAL Taking a dig at leaders who were elected as public representatives in the past but were complaining about not getting opportunities, state BJP affairs incharge Murlidhar Rao said on Thursday that they were 'Nalayak' (incompetent). Rao was addressing a meeting of party's scheduled castes frontal organisation office-bearers at the state BJP office here when he made the remarks. In a video clip that went viral after the meeting Rao was heard saying, "Mauka nahi mila, mauka nahi mila, mauka nahi mila. Ye rone ki jagah nahi hai. Iske baad bhi koi ye kahta hai ki mauka nahi mila to wo nalayak hai aur use mauka milna bhi nahi chahiye." Notably, the party is agog with speculations these days about a section of party leaders having not been given berths in the state cabinet even after being elected as MLAs or in organisation despite their being senior. The party faced humiliating defeat in Damoh state assembly seat by-poll understandably due to infighting in the party , which was a matter of concern. Party is brainstorming to find a way to address it ahead of three state assembly seats and one Lok Sabha seat by-poll in coming months. Attacking the Congress, he said, "Once the Congress was in the rule from Panchayat to Parliament but it ignored the SC/ST people and finally the party is nowhere." n it was a historic moment when the iAf’s C-130J super hercules and su-30 mKi aircraft demonstrated their landing acumen on a national highway just 40 km short of the indo-pak international border. n the uncanny happened on a 3-km strip of the National highway 925A near Barmer in rajasthan which has been developed as an emergency landing field (eLf) by the National highway Authority and is the first facility of its kind. n union Defence minister rajnath singh, union road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari and Air Chief marshal rKs Bhadauria arrived at the site in C-130J super hercules transport aircraft, which was the first to land on the eLf. n the three helipads have been built in Kundan pura, singhaniya and Bakasar villages of rajasthan as per the requirement of indian armed forces.