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The High Court recently directed the Pune sessions court to transfer the case to another court, said advocate Milind SalunkePMC special counsel for PC-PNDT cell While the charges are likely to be framed against Mathrani soonthose against Ranade will be framed after the case is transferredhe added The sessions court will decide which court the case will now be transferred to Ranade is the owner of Ranade hospital and clinic at Nagnath Par and is a gynecologistwhile Mathrani owns Namit Diagnostic Centre (X-ray & sonography clinic) on Laxmi Road and is a radiologist/sonologist/imaging specialist Ranade and Mathrani were arrested for violating various sections of the Actincluding filling of Form F incorrectlyconducting ultrasound examination without the consent of the pregnant womanfailing to completely fill various columns in the form that gives details of the womanand revealing the sex of the foetus For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMelbourne: An Islamic State sympathiser planned to buy a gun and kill as many revellers as possible on New Year’s Eve in Melbourne’s popular Federation Square police said on Tuesday after foiling the plot The 20-year-old born in Australia to Somali parents was detained in a raid on a house in the Melbourne suburb of Werribee on Monday He is expected to be charged over the coming days Police claim he accessed a guide book online produced by Al-Qaeda on how to commit terror acts and use firearms but was arrested before he could purchase an automatic rifle "What we will be alleging is that he was intending to use a firearm to shoot and kill as many people as he could in the Federation Square area on New Year’s Eve" said Victoria Police deputy commissioner Shane Patton "It is a tremendous concern to us that (during) the festive season when people are out enjoying themselves that there is a potential plot to commit a terrorist act That is a huge issue for us but that is why we put the resources in" Melbourne’s busy Federation Square Image courtesy: Wikimedia Commons He said the arrest meant the threat "has been removed" Federation Square is in the heart of the city opposite the busy Flinders Street train station and St Paul’s Cathedral It is one of the most popular places to see in the new year and would be packed on 31 December The foiled plot comes a year after police prevented another attack in the same area on Christmas Day arresting several men who planned to use explosives knives and guns to target the location Patton said the man who lived with his parents had been on their radar since the beginning of the year part of a small community of extremists that police have been monitoring His behaviour had gradually escalated over time but police believe he was acting alone "The potential of the attack was catastrophic" said Patton adding that the man was an "Islamic State sympathiser" Asked if he had been inspired by last year’s Christmas Day plot Patton said detectives were still investigating how he was radicalised "We will be exploring where this person of interest got the idea from" he said "Certainly he becomes particularly energised when he sees other activities in the terrorist arena occurring" The man worked part-time at a computer repair business with police raiding the facility A person who knows the suspect told the Melbourne Herald Sun "He is a very quiet guy This is an absolute shock" Justice Minister Michael Keenan said the fact that the Christmas/New Year period was being targeted again "reminds us of the depravity of terrorists" "They seek to strike fear in the community when Australians are enjoying time over the Christmas period with their families and friends" he said adding that there would be high-profile policing over the holiday period Australian officials have grown increasingly concerned over the threat of extremist attacks raising the national terror alert level to "probable" in September 2014 Since then 74 people have been arrested in 347 counter-terror investigations Authorities say 14 attacks have now been prevented in the past few years including an Islamic State-directed attempt to bring down a plane using poisonous gas or a crude bomb disguised as a meat mincer Despite this several attacks have taken place including a cafe siege in Sydney in 2014 where two hostages were killed Written by Vinay Siwach | New Delhi | Updated: August 30 2016 7:58 pm Yogeshwar Dutt with the bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics (Source: Reuters) Top News DAYS after he returned home from a disappointing performance at the Olympic Games in Rio where he lost in the qualification round Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt may be in for a pleasant surprise The bronze medal that he won in the 2012 London Olympics is set to be upgraded to silver The unexpected upgrade has been triggered by a positive dope test of the silver winner in the 60-kg freestyle event in London – Russia’s Besik Kudukhov Kudukhov died in a car accident at the age of 27 in Russia in 2013 However ahead of the Rio Games this month the International Olympic Committee (IOC) re-tested the four-time world champion’s sample which was collected during the London Games The re-test was part of standard practice with samples now stored for up to 10 years to allow the use of advanced testing methods to weed out dope cheats “The samples of five wrestlers including Russia’s Besik Kudukhov (60 kg) and Uzbekistan’s Artur Taymazov’s (120 kg) have tested positive for banned substances Kudukhov failed a dope test in re-tests of samples collected during the London Games In Taymazov’s case the re-tests date back to samples collected from the Beijing Games (2008) Kudukhov is a silver medallist and Taymazon a gold-medal winner They will lose their medals With Kudukhov testing positive Yogeshwar Dutt of India will get the silver” sources in United World Wrestling (UWW) the governing body told The Indian Express WATCH VIDEO: Yogeshwar Dutt Dedicates His Upgraded London Olympics Silver Medal To The Nation Once the upgrade is officially announced Yogeshwar will join wrestler Sushil Kumar and shooter Vijay Kumar as silver-medallists for India from the London Games When contacted by The Indian Express Yogeshwar said he did not wish to comment at this stage In London Yogeshwar had lost his pre-quarterfinal bout to Kudukhov When the Russian wrestler reached the final Yogeshwar got another opportunity for a podium finish in the repechage round – he defeated Franklin Gomez of Puerto Rico Masoud Esmaeilpour of Iran and Ri Jong-myong of North Korea to claim bronze So far only five wrestlers have tested positive in the re-tests said UWW sources The deadline for re-tests was eight years from the collection of samples before the IOC extended it by two years in 2015 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: June 8 2016 5:10 am Top News The Zamin Prapati Sangarsh Committee (ZPSC) Tuesday protested across Punjab demanding that panchayati land be reserved for Dalits at subsidised rates through lease rather than annual auction The protests received lukewarm response in Faridkot Barnala and Muktsar districts while Sangrur saw high participation Various farmer organisations too supported the dharna called by the ZPSC According to Raj Kumar Verka vice-chairman of National SC/ST Commission said land was being unreserved for Dalits “Since the changes in the Panchayati Act the government has unreserved almost 5000 acres” said Verka who was not part of any stir Share This Article Related Article The ZPSC maintained that not only is the government reducing land reserved for dalits but also offering them at a higher price In Tuesday’s stir the dalit leaders demanded that the government scrap the auction route and lease the land out to them for 30 year on par with what is given to gaushalas Many farmers’ organisations that lent their support to ZPSC demanded the withdrawal of cases against some of their leaders and action against those police personnel who lathicharged Dalits on May 24 at Balad Kalan District development panchayat officer (DDPO) Ravinder Pal: “There has been no decision of reversing the auction process for panchayati land Already prices are much lower than the market price and in any case whatever money we get from the auction will be used for the development of villages only” The ZPSC has till now resisted from taking the support from any political party claiming that they did not want to be used as a votebank and were fighting their own battle The Bahujan Samaj Party on Tuesday too had organised a dharna in support of Dalits but since the ZPSC was not part of it the party had to wind it up soon Earlier on June 1 the Congress had protested outside Bhawanigarh police station where again the Zamin Prapati Sangarsh Committee declined to lend their support For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 4 2012 4:02 am Related News The Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) has decided to take up traffic improvement measures The traffic department of the PCMC has planned to improve the condition of chowks to make roads safer and accident-free The department has identified 50 major chowks where it intends to carry out the measures This chowks are located inside the suburbs and are not on the highways We will study the junctions meticulously and then come up with a plan We will install dividerssign boards and fountains if any required beside other things? B K Shirgapurkar (HOD,5 lakh from her. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 20, Dr Vipin Koushal, the daily fight for the treasured commodity led him to develop a fear of water as a youth and it was not until he joined the army in 2012, download Indian Express App ?
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