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He requested the department to allow him to inspect his own file and find out the anomalies in his application.” Cox says.blog.Paigehas a passion for helping students develop a love of reading She has been a faculty member at Amelia Earhart Elementary for over seven years She is a CITES Associates member of the BYU-Public School Partnership and a member of Provo School District’s Literacy Committee She is an award-winning educator who enjoys mentoring interns and student teachers You can follow her onFacebookandPinterestBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: August 31 2017 7:02 pm Jiah Khan had committed suicide on June 3 2013 Her then actor boyfriend Sooraj was arrested for abetting her suicide Top News The Bombay High Court today directed a lower court to proceed with the trial against actor Sooraj Pancholi accused of abetting the suicide of his actor girlfriend Jiah Khan in 2013 A division bench of Justices R M Savant and Sandeep Shinde was hearing a petition filed by Jiah’s mother Rabia Khan seeking appointment of advocate Dinesh Tiwari as special public prosecutor in the matter Rabia in her petition claimed that she did not want the prosecuting agency CBI’s counsel to conduct the trial on behalf of the prosecution as she did not agree with the CBI’s conclusion that Jiah had committed suicide Rabia has been claiming that Jiah was murdered by Sooraj The high court today posted Rabia’s petition for hearing on September 11 but said “We make it clear that proceedings in the trial court not stayed The trial can go on against the accused person” Jiah had committed suicide on June 3 2013 Her then actor boyfriend Sooraj was arrested for abetting her suicide on June 10 2013 but released on July 2 the same year after the HC granted him bail The case was transferred to the CBI by HC in July 2014 on Rabia’s petition that police was not probing it properlyHowever when the CBI filed a charge sheet in the case and booked Sooraj on abetment charges Rabia again petitioned the court seeking a Special Investigation Team to be set up to probe the case afresh Rabia was against the CBI’s concurrence with the findings of Mumbai police that it was a case of suicide and not homicide The high court had then dismissed her petition seeking an SIT to be set up Later the Maharashtra government appointed advocate Dinesh Tiwari who had initially appeared for Rabia as special public prosecutor in the case This was challenged by the CBI in the high court which said it would appoint its own counsel The government had earlier this month informed the HC that it has withdrawn its order appointing Tiwari as prosecutor in the case For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Published: September 1 2016 4:39 am Top News DGP Prakash Singh (File) HARYANA CHIEF Minister Manohar Lal Khattar Wednesday said it was former DGP Prakash Singh who had offered to prepare a second report focussing on police modernisation after he submitted his report on the Jat quota agitation Khattar added it was not obligatory for the government to accept the second report “The offer for the second report came from him (Prakash Singh) We appointed him to prepare the first report He suggested he wanted to give another report on police modernisation He had made a report on police modernisation earlier for another state and it is a general report which can be implemented in any state We will see how much to implement from that” said Khattar while speaking during the Calling Attention motion on law and order situation on the concluding day of the Monsoon Session of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha Prakash Singh had submitted his report on the rioting and arson that took place during the agitation in February this year A total of 30 people had died and property worth crores damaged during the agitation There were several officers of the civil administration and the police who were indicted in the report The then Home Secretary P K Das and the then DGP Y P Singhal were removed from their posts Departmental inquiry is going on in some cases Prakash Singh was also entrusted with preparing the second report on police modernisation and reforms While he held a preliminary meeting with police officials for this he soon received a letter from the Haryana Home Department that the report was not required The CM further said: “No person can say that the government has to take the report We have given notices to several officers and departmental inquiry is on It is not for him to decide how much action we take It is the work of the government Unhone zabardasti apni niyukti ke liye offer di (He forcibly gave an offer for his appointment) We have refused” However an order of the Home Department dated February 25 2016 states that Prakash Singh was entrusted with the task of preparing two reports “Sh Prakash Singh IPS (Retd) is appointed to inquire into the acts of omission and commission on part of all officers and officials of both police and civil administration during the period 7th – 22nd February 2016…” The order states that the DGP “will submit his report in this regard within 45 days” About the second report the order reads: “Sh Prakash Singh will also undertake a thorough study of the existing structures procedures and systems for maintenance of law and order in the State and suggest such improvements in these as he deems necessary to prevent recurrence of such incidents in future He will submit his report in this regard within a further period of one month” Shocked at CM’s remarks Talking to The Indian Express Prakash Singh expressed shock at the CM’s statement He said “Where is the pressure from my side It is the Haryana government which approached me with the inquiry I agreed to it not to do any favour to Haryana but in public interest And I conducted an honest inquiry When you say you dont want the second part of the inquiry to be conducted I said fine If you do not want further analysis of police structure the matter ends there Where is the question of my wanting to do anything forcefully Am I capable of doing that I am amazed at this kind of observation” “The Haryana CM seems to be misled by the people who brief him about making statements in the Assembly Why will I make such an offer If I have to offer I will offer in UP which is my state Why Haryana where I do not know anyone Haryana was an unknown province for me After they sent me a letter that the second inquiry is not required I never called anyone to let me conduct it” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 4 2016 3:57 am Jawaharlal Nehru University Related News Calling for an “impartial inquiry into the events that took place at JNU and Patiala House Court” in February more members of the academic fraternity from Gujarat joined on as signatories this week in an open letter that expressed solidarity with the students of the Delhi-based university The number of academicians from varsities in Ahmedabad Gandhinagar Surat and Anand rose to 70 this week The recent additions being three faculty members of the India Institute of Management Ahmedabad(IIM-A) and one from the National Institute of Design (NID) Indira Hirway director and professor of Economics at the Centre For Development Alternatives who had initiated the discussion on the JNU row said the list of signatories went from around 66 last month to 70 now with the addition of IIM-A faculty Kavita Rangarajan Navdeep Mathur and Ankur Sarin and NID faculty Tanishka Kachru Share This Article Related Article “In the letter we have raised our concern about four things including freedom of speech freedom of dissent autonomy of universities and misuse of law of sedition We have also pointed out in the letter that shouting slogans should not amount to sedition and freedom to express dissent against the government is not anti-national and that no political party can define it I felt this first and wrote to several colleagues of some nearby colleges and they responded So currently 70 people from different institutes have signed the letter” said Hirway “I do believe that in an educational campus freedom of speech is most important for young people as they are learning to express themselves It is on campuses that students learn to develop ideas and that is what campuses are for” said Tanishka Kachru from NID who has recently signed the letter Kachru’s feelings were echoed by Gauri Bharat who teaches at CEPT University “My own sense is that a few individuals raising a debate within the confines of an institutional space came to be seen as threatening the nation as a whole seems like something blown out of proportion It speaks of a larger sense of vulnerability and insecurity in our society Increasingly we find that people are not being able to disagree with dignity and this signals of our inability to listen discuss and accept a different opinion” said Gauri Bharat (one of the signatories of the letter written by academics about the JNU incident) who is assistant professor at the faculty of architecture at CEPT University While IIMA where a total of eight faculty members have signed the letter has told the media that the views expressed in the letter are personal to the faculty Jeemol Unni director of the Institute of Rural Management (IRMA) Anand said “I have signed on the letter in a personal capacity and its has nothing to do with the institute The letter talks about the freedom of academic institutions and I stand by that” Speaking on the importance of dissent on campuses IIM-A’s senior faculty Rakesh Basant who had signed on the open letter said “Not just campuses all spaces should have a scope for dissent Having different opinions is part and parcel of academic activity If you don’t question then you don’t learn” Representatives from government-aided institutes like Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social research (SPIESR) Centre for Social Studies (CSS) and the Gujarat Institute of Development Research (GIDR) were also part of this campaign Dinesh Awasthi who teaches at SPIESR in Ahmedabad said “Academic institutes must give you a leeway and freedom to think and discuss and these are the basics of any good academic institution Discussions are benign and unless there are security concerns students cannot plot against the government” “Basically it was an initiative by one of the leading academicians in Ahmedabad and we all joined in as a mark of solidarity with the students of JNU” said P K Viswanathan an associate professor with GIDR an organisation supported by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) New Delhi Viswanathan refused to comment further on the issue Other signatories like Satyakam Joshi director of Surat-based CSS an autonomous social science research institute supported by ICSSR and Government of Gujarat refused to make any comment fearing further complications “I do not want to make a fresh comment and complicate the issue” said Joshi Others signatories like Dr Aditi Nath Sarkar from private universities like Anil Ambani-run Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DAIICT) choose to remain brief “We had just expressed our support for the students at JNU and we did not expect our names to figure in newspapers” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News ‘old school. but we’re trying to lay the groundwork. 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