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Efe news reported.The arrested magistrates and prosecutors were assigned to various Ankara courthouses the Supreme Court and the Danistay Turkey’s top judicial administrative authority The arrested members of the judiciary were suspected of belonging to the Gulen network as they all used “Bylock” an encrypted messaging application supposedly custom-developed for the Gulen organisation Since July some 3400 judges and attorneys have been dismissed from their posts and a large percentage remain in custody while they await to appear in court After the failure of the coup bid a third of Turkey’s 365 generals and admirals were arrested on accusation of conspiracy to topple the government For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 28 2010 6:42 am Related News The Varanasi policeon Fridayarrested local independent MLA Ajay Rai and four of his supporters for creating ruckus and disrupting the traffic They were also charged for causing hurt and deterring public servant from performing their duty The police later produced the accused before the CJM courtwhich sent them to judicial custody Ajay Rai is an Independent MLA from Kolasala constituency in Varanasi The Varanasi DIGDK Thakursaid on Fridaythe MLA and his supporters staged a sit-in outside the Chetganj police station protesting the arrest of a local corporatorSanjay Singh alias Doctor and his associate Jitin Jha They were arrested for allegedly assaulting Virendra Dubeythe owner of the Hotel New Internationaland robbing him of Rs 10000 on August 18 Angry over the arrestthe MLA along with his supporters reached the Chetganj police station and asked the cops to release the accused claiming that they had been wrongly framed in the case As the police refused to release the accusedRai staged a sit-in outside the police station and started raising slogans claiming police harassment to innocent locals Despite several requestsRai and his supporters refused to relent The police later arrested the MLA and four of his supporters For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 22 2010 1:07 am Related News Maintenance & Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act: Too many loopholessays Justice Srikrishna Former Judge of the Supreme CourtJustice B N Srikrishnaon Saturday expressed doubts on implementation of the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act2007 Addressing a workshop on awareness about the Actorganised by the International Longevity Centre (ILC)-India and Bharati Vidyapeeth New Law Collegewith support from the socio-economic research division of the Planning Commissionhe said the Act will be a failure if legal experts are deprived of decision-making positions to implement it The Act accords prime responsibility for maintenance of parents on their childrengrandchildren and even relatives who may possibly inherit property of a senior citizen According to the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens (MWPSC) Rule2010notified by the state government two months agoabusing aged parents and failing to provide for their upkeep will attract an imprisonment of up to three months or a penalty of Rs 500 or both State-level maintenance tribunals will also be startedwhere issues of maintenance for senior citizens will be resolved According to Srikrishnathese tribunals are to be headed by state government officials Not all government officials have knowledge of the law and it is likely to create problems at the time of giving the verdict Moreover the local civil court has no jurisdiction as far as implementation of this Act is concerned Hencethe pressure on High Courts will increase? “We are reaching an international tipping point in attitudes towards rape and violence against women, looks like Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan have bowed to the pressure from their massive fan base and are set to appear together in Kabir Khan’s Eid release, speculations were rife about them teaming up for a film as well. he got runs today which will definitely help him. 2015 10:07 am Oprah Winfrey and George Clooney will appear on David Letterman’s final 28 broadcasts of the “Late Show”.

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Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday announced that a new secretariat will be set up in the town for the development of the hills.“Today we held our first Cabinet meeting in Darjeeling and several important decisions were taken To fulfil the long-standing demand of the people of the hills and give more thrust to development in the area today we have decided to set up a new state government secretariat in Darjeeling adjacent to the Circuit House Complex” the chief minister said after she finishing chairing the first Cabinet meeting in Darjeeling after 45 years The new building will be named ‘Tenzing Norgay Bhaban’ after the legendary mountaineer she added Work to set up the new secretariat will begin in six months The next Cabinet meeting at Darjeeling will be held at the the new secretariat said Mamata “People of the hills have been neglected for a long time We will try our best to usher in development No development took place in the hills during the 34 years of Left Front rule but things have changed after our government was formed We have done so many development works here I am proud to say that I am the first chief minister to visit the hills for more than 100 times” the Trinamool Congress chief said With the ruling party recently winning the municipal elections in Mirik the hill station found a special mention in Mamata’s speech “We have also decided to start a number of important development schemes for the hills In Mirik already one polytechnic institute is coming up We will also set up a skill development centre in Mirik which will generate employment opportunities for nearly 3500 youths every year Moreover the transport system will be hugely improved through the introduction of a large number of buses” she said Mamata went on to announce that every year two Cabinet meetings will be held in the hills and two in Jangalmahal (erstwhile Maoist-affected areas) The chief minister also announced the setting up of West Bengal Higher Civil Service (Executive) which will look into the promotion of WBCS officers to the IAS posts within a short span of time “As part of our ongoing administrative reforms and good governance initiatives and to give more boost to development works we have decided to create West Bengal Higher Civil Service (Executive) from among the talented and meritorious officers of West Bengal Civil Service (Executive) to take up positions of higher responsibility in the government” Mamata said “We want to create more districts in the state and for that we need more IAS and IPS officers We do not have many IAS officers and it takes around 25 to 30 years for one WBCS (Executive) officer to get nomination to become All India Services (IAS) officer The state Cabinet has decided to form a committee to look into the promotion issue This will help officers get promoted to IAS ranks within eight to 10 years” she added The chief minister meanwhile announced that Chandannagar in Hooghly district will become a new police commissionerate This is the sixth police commissionerate in the state after Howrah Bidhannagar Barrackpore Asansol-Durgapur and Siliguri For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | New Delhi | Updated: August 24 2017 9:01 am Bypolls to the Bawana seat in New Delhi (Express Photo/Praveen Khanna) Related News On a rainy Wednesday voting began sluggishly in Bawana — and stayed that way as the day progressed The constituency witnessed the lowest voter turnout in 19 years — with only 45% of the total voters casting their ballot by 6 pm The bypoll was necessitated after AAP MLA Ved Prakash defected to the BJP ahead of municipal body elections The first hour saw only 8% voting which rose to 35% by 3 pm and ended at 45% by 6 pm For Bawana — a reserved seat with 26 rural villages that have traditionally voted for BJP and unauthorised colonies and slum clusters that have voted for the Congress and more recently the AAP — the voter turnout is key all three parties maintained “The voting pattern here changed in 1998 when the massive migration from UP and Bihar shifted the electoral advantage away from the BJP to the Congress Our candidate Surender Kumar won continuously from 1998 to 2013” said a senior Congress leader Reasons for the low turnout varied “It’s raining but we have come out to vote in the rain before Perhaps people are just tired There have been four elections in the last four years politics has become a joke” said Mohammad Irfan a resident of Shahbad Dairy Others said that in spite of the government ordering closure of factories at Bawana Industrial Area many units remained open which could have led to ‘disillusionment’ With voter turnout more pronounced in the densely populated ‘colonies’ where both Congress and AAP claim to hold sway political calculations of both parties went astray Voting in villages will be key for AAP which hopes to reverse its fortunes after defeats in the Punjab and Goa assembly polls and the MCD elections “AAP had promised Rs 2 crore to each village here a total of Rs 52 crore as part of the Smart Village scheme It remains to be seen whether that translates to votes” said an AAP leader AAP leader Saurabh Bhardwaj admitted that “low voter turnout is not good news” “All reports we have received indicate we are still leading” he said The Congress said that “low voter turnout makes it difficult to make predictions” Party spokesperson Sharmistha Mukherjee added “We have made massive inroads in the area and our feedback has been very good” BJP leader Vijender Gupta said “The turnout has been low But for a bypoll this is expected We are not worried People are tired of AAP and their gimmicks” “The entire polling process went on peacefully and no untoward incident was reported from any part of the constituency” Chief Electoral Officer Chandra Bhushan Kumar said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTurkish authorities rounded up nearly 3000 suspected military plotters on Saturday and ordered thousands of judges detained after thwarting a coup by rebels using tanks and attack helicopters to try to topple President Tayyip Erdogan For several hours overnight on Friday violence shook Turkey’s two main cities as the armed faction which tried to seize power blocked a bridge in Istanbul and strafed the headquarters of Turkish intelligence and parliament in Ankara At least 265 people were killed An official said 161 of them were mostly civilians and police officers while the remaining 104 were coup supporters But the coup attempt crumbled as Erdogan rushed back to Istanbul from a Mediterranean holiday and urged people to take to the streets to support his government against plotters he accused of trying to kill him People gather after the military coup was foiled by the government AP "They will pay a heavy price for this" said Erdogan launching a purge of the armed forces which last used force to stage a successful coup more than 30 years ago "This uprising is a gift from God to us because this will be a reason to cleanse our army" Among those detained were top military commanders including the head of the Second Army which protects the country’s borders with Syria Iraq and Iran state-run Anadolu news agency said Hundreds of soldiers were held in Ankara for alleged involvement in the coup leaving police stations overflowing Some had to be taken under armed police escort in buses to a sports stadium Reuters footage showed some of the detainees handcuffed and stripped from the waist up sitting on the floor of one of the buses The government declared the situation under control saying 2839 people had been rounded up from foot soldiers to senior officers including those who formed "the backbone" of the rebellion Authorities also began a major crackdown in the judiciary over suspected links to US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen removing from their posts and ordering the detention of nearly 3000 prosecutors and judges including from top courts Erdogan has blamed the coup on supporters of Gulen who he has frequently accused of trying to foment uprising in the military media and judiciary Ten members of the High Council of Judges and Prosecutors and two members of the Constitutional Court have already been detained officials said Obama’s support A successful overthrow of Erdogan who has ruled the country of about 80 million people since 2003 would have marked another seismic shift in the Middle East five years after the Arab uprisings erupted and plunged Turkey’s southern neighbour Syria into civil war However a failed coup attempt could still destabfilise the Nato member and major US ally that lies between the European Union and the chaos of Syria with Islamic State bombers targeting Turkish cities and the government also at war with Kurdish separatists US President Barack Obama expressed support for Turkey’s government and urged parties on all sides of the crisis to avoid destabilizing the country and follow the rule of law But his Secretary of State John Kerry warned Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu that public suggestions of a US role in the plot were "utterly false" and harmful to relations A file photo of Recep Erdogan Reuters Erdogan who had been holidaying on the southwest coast when the coup was launched flew into Istanbul before dawn on Saturday and told thousands of flag-waving supporters at the airport that the government remained at the helm A polarising figure whose Islamist-rooted ideology lies at odds with supporters of modern Turkey’s secular principles Erdogan said the plotters had tried to attack him in the resort town of Marmaris "They bombed places I had departed from right after I was gone" he said "They probably thought we were still there" Erdogan’s AK Party has long had strained relations with the military which has a history of mounting coups to defend secularism although it has not seized power directly since 1980 His conservative religious vision for Turkey’s future has also alienated many ordinary citizens who accuse him of authoritarianism Police used heavy force in 2013 to suppress mass protests demanding more freedom He commands the admiration and loyalty of millions of Turks however particularly for raising living standards and restoring order to an economy once beset by regular crises which grew 48 percent year-on-year in the first quarter The violence is likely to hit a tourism industry already suffering from the bombings and business confidence is also vulnerable Smartphone address In a night that sometimes verged on the bizarre Erdogan frequently took to social media even though he is an avowed enemy of the technology when his opponents use it and frequently targets Twitter and Facebook He addressed the nation via a video calling service appearing on the smartphone of a CNN Turk reporter who held it up to a studio camera He also urged Washington to deport Gulen who lives in self-imposed exile in the United States The cleric who once supported Erdogan but became a leading adversary condemned the attempted coup and said he played no role in it "As someone who suffered under multiple military coups during the past five decades it is especially insulting to be accused of having any link to such an attempt I categorically deny such accusations" Gulen said in a statement Kerry said the United States was willing to help Turkey as it tries to identify those involved in the coup attempt but made clear it would only act if there was evidence against Gulen Soldiers surrender Gunfire and explosions had rocked both Istanbul and Ankara through the night after soldiers took up positions in both cities and ordered state television to read out a statement declaring they had taken power However by dawn the noise of fighting had died down considerably About 50 soldiers involved in the coup surrendered on one of the bridges across the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul after dawn on Saturday abandoning their tanks with their hands raised in the air Reuters witnesses saw government supporters attack the pro-coup soldiers who had surrendered By Saturday afternoon CNN Turk reported that security forces had completed an operation against coup plotters at the headquarters of the military general staff Security sources also said police detained about 100 military officers at an air base in the southeast Neighbouring Greece arrested eight men aboard a Turkish military helicopter which landed in the northern city of Alexandroupolis on Saturday the Greek police ministry said adding that they had requested political asylum At one stage military commanders were held hostage by the plotters and by Saturday evening —24 hours after the coup was launched —some operations against rebels were continuing Cavusoglu the foreign minister said soldiers at the Incirlik air base used by the United States to launch air strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria were involved in the attempt He said Turkey would resume operations with the US-led coalition once the anti-coup operations were completed Lawmakers in hiding The coup began with warplanes and helicopters roaring over Ankara and troops moving in to seal off the bridges over the Bosphorus which separates Europe and Asia in Istanbul Turkish maritime authorities reopened the Bosphorus to transiting tankers after shutting the major trade route from the Black Sea to the Aegean for several hours for security and safety reasons In the early hours of Saturday lawmakers hid in shelters inside the parliament building which was fired on by tanks An opposition deputy told Reuters that parliament was hit three times and people had been wounded When parliament convened later in the day the four main political parties —running the gamut from Erdogan’s right-wing Islamist-rooted AK Party to the left-of-centre pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) —came together in a rare show of unity to condemn the attempted coup A Turkish military commander also said fighter jets had shot down a helicopter used by the coup plotters over Ankara Momentum turned against the coup plotters as the night wore on Crowds defied orders to stay indoors gathering at major squares in Istanbul and Ankara waving flags and chanting "We have a prime minister we have a chief of command we’re not going to leave this country to degenerates" shouted one man as groups of government supporters climbed onto a tank near Ataturk airport Kerry said he had phoned the Turkish foreign minister and underlined "absolute support for Turkey’s democratically elected civilian government and democratic institutions" Flights resume Flag carrier Turkish Airlines resumed flights on Saturday though some foreign carriers cancelled weekend flights At the height of the action rebel soldiers took control of TRT state television which announced a countrywide curfew and martial law An announcer read a statement on the orders of the pro-coup faction that accused the government of eroding the democratic and secular rule of law Turkey would be run by a "peace council" that would ensure the safety of the population the statement said Turkey is one of the main backers of opponents of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria’s civil war and hosts 27 million Syrian refugees It was a departure point last year for the biggest influx of migrants to Europe since World War Two Turkey has suffered numerous bombings and shootings this year including an attack two weeks ago by Islamists at Ataturk airport that killed more than 40 people as well as those staged by Kurdish militants After serving as prime minister from 2003 Erdogan was elected president in 2014 with plans to alter the constitution to give the previously ceremonial presidency far greater executive powers

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