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I sport a beard because Imtiaz wanted it.it (the case) was in the rarest of rare category, he said (with PTI inputs) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | United Nations | Published: September 17 2016 8:30 am US Secretary of State John Kerry left and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov right in Switzerland recently The United States and Russia had resolved a number of issues standing in the way of restoring a nationwide truce to Syria (AP Photo) Top News A hastily scheduled Security Council meeting was canceled because the US does not want to make public details of the Syrian cease-fire deal Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations said Friday Vitaly Churkin said there was no point in briefing the council if the US did not want to say exactly what was in the documents outlining the deal hammered out last week by US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov “This briefing is not going to happen and mostly likely we’re not going to have a resolution of the Security Council because the United States does not want to share those documents with the members of the Security Council and we believe that we cannot ask them to support a document which they haven’t seen” Churkin said Churkin said Thursday that Russia hoped the Security Council could pass a resolution endorsing the deal next week during the high-level meeting of the General Assembly But he said that the US was uncooperative constantly trying to modify whatever text of a draft resolution the Russians presented them with “Clearly there is lack of unity in the US administration but it was Secretary Kerry who was negotiating on the instructions of President Obama clearly a deal was made and we expect it to be implemented” Churkin said In Washington a US official said the session was canceled because the Russians were trying to force the US to make the cease-fire deal public “The United States will not compromise operational security” said the official who wasn’t authorized to be quoted by name and demanded anonymity Watch What Else is Making News Later on Friday the US Mission issued a statement saying they believed the Security Council could play an important role in resolving the Syrian crisis “However right now we are focused on the implementation of the agreement … particularly the urgent need for humanitarian aid to reach Syrians in need Since we could not agree on an approach to briefing the Council that would not compromise the operational security of the arrangement the meeting was canceled” the statement said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAhmedabad | Published: June 7 2010 2:05 am Related News The Ahmedabad (Rural) court has convicted a female teacher of the Kendriya Vidhyalaya (KV) at Chandkheda in Ahmedabad to two years imprisonment along with Rs 3000 fine for using casteist and derogatory language at a fellow female teacher belonging to the Scheduled Caste The court of Additional Sessions Judge R M Malek held Nina Bhatnagar guilty under the provisions of the Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act Bhatnagar was convicted on the original complaint registered by her colleague Rekha Chaudharywho belongs to Scheduled Caste The issue relates to 1998 when Bhatnagar was a primary teacher and Chaudhary taught Sanskrit at the Kendriya Vidhyalaya In March 1998Chaudhary registered a case against Bhatnagar at the Adalaj Police Station under provisions of the Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act (also known as the Atrocity Act) and allied charges In her complaintChaudhary alleged that on March 91998 she had gone to the library of the school for having snacks during recess time along with two other teachers ThereBhatnagar quarrelled with her over the latter having allegedly complained to the school principal about her departure from school before the scheduled time a day before Chaudhary said that Bhatnagar had made abusive and casteist remarks against her and attempted to beat her Chaudhary also said that she complained to the school authorities about the incident But when the school authorities did not act on her complaintshe approached the police Advocate Muktesh Patel who appeared on behalf of Chaudhary said the investigation in the case had been done by a police officer below the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) which is in violation of the Atrocity Acts provisions Due to this negligence by the policethe court had ordered further investigation in the case by an officer of the rank of DySPwhile acting on Patel’s application under the provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) Before thisdue to alleged delay in the commencement of the trial in the casePatel had also approached the Gujarat High Court to expedite the trial After concluding the trialthe court held Bhatnagar convicted and ordered two years imprisonment along with a fine of Rs 3000 In the event of non-payment of the finethe convict will have to to undergo three months additional imprisonment For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhile it is for the CBI to seek a review on the verdict, Subsequently,’ and ‘Kiev.
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