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Since the evaluation of the papers involved negative marking,who failed to qualify written test held by Maharashtra Public Service Commission for posts of Deputy Collector as the minimum marks required for passing were cut down due to incorrect questions asked in the papers. Israel, It has been a very long journey and now I want it to conclude, Goyal said On March 311997two businessmen Pradeep Goyal and Jagjit Singh were killed in a fake encounter by a team of Delhi Police officers at Connaught Place Former ACP Rathi and nine junior policemen were sentenced to life by a trial court in 2007 for a conspiracy that led to the killing of the two innocent businessmen The Delhi High Court upheld the punishment in September 2009calling the unprovoked indiscriminate firing as totally unjustified and the apex court later upheld it Demanding compensation for the wrongs committedthe two widows had also filed writ petitions in the High Court in 1997 When asked about the importance of the ruling on the quantum of compensationGoyal said she was compelled to restart her studies and take up a job after the death of Pradeepwho was the sole bread earner I had a very difficult time buying even a square meal I got a job in a private school as a teacher and started with a monthly salary of Rs 6000 When the tragedy struckmy son was an infant The incident completely changed my life?S. Canada Israel and elsewhere who have joined the prosecution as co-plaintiffs as is allowed under German law Groening has openly acknowledged serving as an SS non-commissioned officer at Auschwitz though denies committing any crimes His memories of the cattle cars packed with Jews arriving at the death camp are just are vivid as Bohm’s FILE – In this Oct 19 2012 file photo the entrance with the inscription “Arbeit Macht Frei” (Work Sets You Free) gate of the former German Nazi death camp of Auschwitz is pictured at the Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial in Oswiecim Poland One of the black-uniformed men on the ramp where people arrived was likely SS guard Oskar Groening who goes on trial Tuesday April 21 2015 in a state court in the northern city of Lueneburg on 300000 counts of accessory to murder (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski File) “A child who was lying there was simply pulled by the legs and chucked into a truck to be driven away” he told the BBC in an interview 10 years ago “And when it screamed like a sick chicken they then bashed it against the edge of the truck so it would shut up” His attorney Hans Holtermann has prevented Groening from giving any new interviews but said his client will make a statement as the trial opens Earlier Groening said he felt an obligation to talk about his past to confront those who deny the Holocaust “I want to tell those deniers that I have seen the crematoria I have seen the burning pits and I want to assure you that these atrocities happened” he said “I was there” In this photo taken Saturday March 21 2015 a Nazi flag is displayed at the Holocaust Museum in the town of Kalavryta western Greece as portraits of victims are reflected in a glass pane It was 1943 and the Nazis were deporting Greece’s Jews to death camps in Poland Hitler’s genocidal accountants reserved a chilling twist: The Jews had to pay their train fare The bill for 58585 Jews sent to Auschwitz and other camps exceeded 2 million Reichsmark — more than 25 million euros ($27 million) in today’s money (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris) Though acknowledgement of his past could help mitigate the 15-year maximum sentence Groening faces if convicted the court’s focus will be on whether legally he can be found an accessory to murder for his actions Groening is accused of helping to operate the death camp between May and June 1944 when some 425000 Jews from Hungary were brought there and at least 300000 almost immediately gassed to death His job was to deal with the belongings stolen from camp victims Prosecutors allege among other things that he was charged with helping collect and tally money that was found which has earned him the moniker “the accountant of Auschwitz” from the German media In this photo taken Saturday March 21 2015 visitors look at portraits of victims at the Holocaust Museum in the town of Kalavryta western Greece It was 1943 and the Nazis were deporting Greece’s Jews to death camps in Poland (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris) “He helped the Nazi regime benefit economically” the indictment said “and supported the systematic killings” Efraim Zuroff the head Nazi hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center said even low-ranking guards were necessary for Adolf Hitler’s genocidal machine to run “The system that the Nazis put in place in order to annihilate the Jewish people and the others they classified as enemies was made up of all sorts of people who fulfilled all sorts of tasks” Zuroff said in a telephone interview “Obviously Oskar Groening is not as guilty as (SS head) Heinrich Himmler… but he contributed his talents to helping the system carry out mass murder” No pleas are entered under the German system and Holtermann would not comment on his defense ahead of the trial FILE – In this Sunday March 15 2015 file photo a Hellenic Railway officer walks in front of a train that was used by the Nazis to carry Jews from Thessaloniki to Auschwitz during the WWII in the Greek northern town of Thessaloniki on the 72nd anniversary of the roundup and deportation of its Jews to Nazi extermination camps during World War II (AP Photo/Giannis Papanikosfile) “According to the indictment that was accepted there is a certain probability he did something criminal” Holtermanns said “We will have to see what the court decides” For decades German legal reasoning held that camp guards could only be prosecuted if there was specific evidence they committed a crime against a specific person But in 2011 prosecutors won an accessory-to-murder conviction against Demjanjuk under the theory that since the sole purpose of a death camp was murder anyone who could be proven to have served there could be found guilty of being an accessory The verdict was not legally binding because Demjanjuk who steadfastly maintained he had never been a camp guard died in 2012 before his appeals could be heard But the special federal prosecutors office that investigates Nazi crimes launched dozens of new probes on that basis FILE – In this undated file picture women stand in the graveyard of Distomo Greece where victims of a 1944 Nazi massacre are buried In World War II German soldiers killed 214 people as punishment for an attack by partisans It was 1943 and the Nazis were deporting Greece’s Jews to Poland’s death camps (AP Photo File) Thomas Will deputy head of the office said there are currently 11 open investigations against former Auschwitz guards and charges have been filed in three of those cases including Groening Another eight former Majdanek guards are also under investigation The office is also re-examining cases from other camps as well as former members of the einsatzgruppen mobile death squads he said Bohm finds the new focus “admirable” and felt obligated to testify to do her part “It’s something I have to face” she said According to his own account Groening volunteered for the SS in 1940 and worked for two years in a paymaster’s office until being assigned to Auschwitz in 1942 In 2005 he told Der Spiegel magazine he was assigned to “ramp duty” — positioned to guard luggage taken from Jewish prisoners upon their arrival at the death camp He said that he quickly learned what was going on in the camp when another SS man told him Jews were only admitted to the camp “if they’re lucky” When Groening asked what that meant he was told “some of them will be exterminated” Groening was assigned to “inmate money administration” — keeping track of the money that the Jews and others were forced to forfeit upon arrival in the camp With arrivals mounting as the Nazis began to systematically deport Hungary’s Jews in 1944 Groening was assigned extra duties as an auxiliary guard on the ramp Thoroughly indoctrinated in virulent Nazi anti-Semitism he said that although he found the work “horrible” he also felt “I am part of this necessary thing” It was on that ramp that Bohm was separated from her parents whom she would never see again Her father who was disabled was sent one way with other men and she and her mother were motioned to go another direction — which turned out to be directly to the gas chambers But in the confusion Bohm and her mother were separated As she ran to catch up with her a Nazi guard with a rifle blocked her path and said “no you go to the right” “I cried after her she heard me and we looked at each other” Bohm remembered “She didn’t say anything and then turned and kept walking I never saw her again” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Kidapawan | Published: July 19 2017 9:09 pm Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (Source-AP Photo/Aaron Favila) Related News The Philippine government scrapped preliminary peace talks with communist rebel leaders in Europe due to continuing guerrilla attacks including new violence Wednesday that killed a government militiaman and wounded at least four presidential guards in the country’s south officials said Presidential adviser Jesus Dureza said the meetings between government representatives and the rebels planned in the next few days in Europe were canceled because the conditions “necessary to provide the desired enabling environment for the conduct of peace negotiations are still not present up to this time” It’s the latest discord that has hampered talks between the guerrillas and the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte who has criticized the insurgents for pressing attacks on government forces and private businesses Duterte was not in the area when the clash involving members of his elite guards occurred in Arakan town in southern North Cotabato province said Presidential Security Group commander Louie Dagoy The 10 presidential guards were in two vehicles as part of a regular deployment of support staff he said Presidential Security Group spokesman Lt Col Michael Aquino said the vehicles were approaching a checkpoint when they noticed that armed men in military uniforms manning it were rebels in disguise The presidential guards opened fire at the gunmen who numbered around 50 sparking a clash that injured four guards Aquino said Police put the number of injured at fiveA militiaman who was not with the presidential guards was fatally shot when he tried to pass through the same rebel checkpoint Arakan police chief Argie Celeste said Government forces were pursuing the rebels who fled toward another village One police agent was abducted by the rebels police said The communist rebellion has raged for 48 years one of the longest-running insurgencies in Asia For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: March 20 2012 2:23 am Related News It took almost six months and a censure by the Delhi High Court for the government-run GTB Hospital to respond to a legal notice of an HIV-positive patientwho alleged that her treating doctors put up a chart resembling a placard,” she recalled.” On Tuesday, They can grow bamboo, Chinese President Xi Jinping has overseen a tightening 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