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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: July 28 2012 4:24 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Friday ordered to release 18 of the 22 convicts in the ISI conspiracy case who were convicted by a Special POTA Court in Ahmedabad in 2010 The court passed the order after the convicts did not press for their appeal against conviction and requested the court to release them considering their jail term so far as their punishment The court is now expected to conduct hearing on the appeals of rest of the four convicts in the case The Special POTA Court had in 2010 convicted 22 persons while acquitting as many others The case was registered and investigated by the Ahmedabad Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) It was DCBs case that the accused had hatched a conspiracy with the help of Pakistans spy agency ISI to spread terror in Gujarat to avenge the 2002 post Godhra riots Following the POTA courts judgmentthe convicts had approached the High Court against their conviction Todaythe appeals came up for hearing before a division bench of Justices D H Waghela and G B Shah The 18 convictswho have been awarded rigourous imprisonment for 10 years by the POTA courtrequested the court to release them considering their term passed inside jail as their punishment They have spent more than five years in jail They proposed the court of not pressing for their appeals against conviction The court took opinion of the prosecutionwhich said it did not have any objection to the proposal Following thisthe court ordered to release the convicts if they were not required in any other offence For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Lahore | Published: September 16 2017 9:18 am Pakistan played a three-match T20I series against World XI which was captain by Faf du Plessis (Source: AP) Top News South Africa’s Faf du Plessis praised Pakistan’s effort in its bid to win back confidence of foreign cricket teams and resume international cricket back at home Du Plessis led a World XI in a three-match Twenty20 international series in Lahore over the last five days as Pakistan showcased the cricketing world its capabilities to host international matches after eight years “I appreciate there was a lot of planning a lot of time a lot of money a lot of energy spent in the planning of this week” Du Plessis told reporters on Friday “Everything was very smooth and very easy and we say thank you for that” Pakistan clinched the three-match series 2-1 winning the decisive T20 by 33 runs in front of a boisterous capacity crowd of 25000 at the Gaddafi Stadium Players from seven countries were put together in a World XI with the combined effort of the Pakistan Cricket Board the International Cricket Council and Zimbabwe’s former captain Andy Flower who came to Lahore as coach of the team Several thousand security officials including armed soldiers guarded the stadium and the team hotel Spectators had to pass through at least four security checkpoints before entering into the stadium Fans arrived at the stadium hours before the matches began and patiently waited in long queues to watch their star players in action “I just loved seeing the emotion on people’s faces that’s something that stood out for me” Du Plessis said “I’ve never been part of a game where there’s been so much emotions and appreciativeness from the crowd when they are cheering you as if you are playing at your own home crowd so that’s very good to be part of” The PCB has planned four T20 internationals over the next two months _ one against Sri Lanka and a three-match series against the West Indies Du Plessis was one of the five South Africa players in World XI along with Hashim Amla David Miller Morne Morkel and Imran Tahir However he wasn’t sure whether a short tour by a World XI could convince his country to resume playing bilateral cricket in Pakistan “They will have to be a complete different set of things put in place for South Africa to come and tour here” he said “I’m sure if there was an opportunity … and they saw all the procedures that were put in place and the feedback we as a player then that could be option” Du Plessis conceded he was nervous before coming to Pakistan but once he arrived in Lahore last Monday he had no complaints “When I first thought of coming obviously there was little bit of nervousness within myself” he said “Now going through this week … we’ve really enjoyed as a team everything was very enjoyable for us” Flower said all the players would go back to their respective countries with happy memories and hoped Pakistan youngsters would get inspired to become cricketers after watching star players back in action on their home ground “This tour is another reminder of the fact that cricket transcends boundaries” he said “They’ve (the youngsters) seen some of the best players across the world live in action and this might be the beginning of the cricketing journey of Hashim Amla or Faf du Plessis” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 8 2015 12:01 am Related News The Chhattisgarh government must move immediately to prevent the revival of the Salwa Judum under a new name and banner Banning it in 2011 the Supreme Court had asked the state government to “take all appropriate measures to prevent the operation of any group including but not limited to Salwa Judum and Koya Commandos that in any manner or form seek to take law into private hands act unconstitutionally or otherwise violate the human rights of any person” The SC had also ordered the government to probe and punish Salwa Judum personnel accused of criminal activities However this does not seem to have held back Chhavindra Karma son of Mahendra Karma the late Congress leader who founded the Salwa Judum from going ahead with his plan to revive the controversial movement The Salwa Judum was launched as a “people’s movement” to counter the Maoists a decade ago It mimicked the Maoist strategy using fear and violence to control people and occupy territory The private militias that Mahendra Karma raised with political support even drafted children and teenagers As violence flared thousands of people were forced to shift out of their villages to makeshift camps The subsequent militarisation of the region destroyed communities Over a thousand people including more than 600 civilians died in the first 30 months of the Salwa Judum Two years after the SC banned the movement Mahendra Karma was killed by the Maoists The Salwa Judum has ebbed and Maoist attacks have become sporadic since but the people who sought refuge in the camps have not been able to return to their villages and rebuild their communities Maoism in Chhattisgarh is a political problem as well as a security issue The Salwa Judum did not offer any solutions on either front Intelligent policing and well-planned operations by properly equipped and trained security personnel are necessary to check Maoist violence But the Maoists in Chhattisgarh also draw their social legitimacy from the degeneration of the political mainstream If those like Chhavindra Karma are serious about challenging the Maoists they must focus on the tribal political economy especially issues of land alienation and exploitation of natural resources Better governance that upholds the people’s right to life and livelihood can emphatically refute Maoist claims A revival of private militias will only exacerbate the violence and feed into the militaristic vision promoted by the Maoists For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: April 2 2014 1:54 am Related News MANIFESTO WARS Taking a jibe at the Congress’s claims of holding widespread consultations with different sections of the public to draft its manifesto the CPM’s People’s Democracy says interacting with people may be “novel” for the Congress but the CPM’s manifestos are “always drawn up on the basis of the feedback” from different sections of people The editorial takes on the Congress for its governance record: “Clearly the Congress party’s ‘Unique Process’ resulted in mostly hearing people complain about unfulfilled promises made to them ten years ago and repeated five years ago This is clear when this manifesto is read properly There is a degree of self-admission in the concluding section…” “Its 15-point agenda for socio-economic and political transformation contains many such assurances which have been repeated ad nauseam in the past” it says citing the promise to pass the women’s reservation bill and increasing allocations on public health and education The editorial also accuses the Congress of carrying forward policies that create wide economic divides LEFT ALTERNATIVE The CPI too has taken on the Congress and its manifesto in its New Age claiming once again that it’s a “rehash” of the party’s 2004 and 2009 manifestos The editorial blames Central governments of the last two decades for pursuing economic policies that have led to “miseries” for the common man It says the Congress still doesn’t realise this: “The Congress is not ready to even hint any reversal of this anti-people disastrous course of development…” It goes on to talk about various sectors such as health and education and points out the deficiencies in them It concludes by making a pitch for an “alternative based on alternative policies” which the Left and other secular democratic forces can provide POLITICISED TERROR The CPI(ML)’s ML Update claims that with elections round the corner “politicisation” of terror investigations is being witnessed “As the elections unfold it is disturbing to note a trend of communalisation and politicisation of terror investigations In the month of March there has been a concerted attempt by investigative agencies and by sections of the media to create an image of the BJP’s PM candidate Narendra Modi as a leader who is the target of terrorists and to foster suspicion and hatred against the minority community as well” it says It says the Delhi police press conference after the arrest of four youths in Rajasthan was uncalled for The editorial concludes “The electoral purpose of such unsubstantiated assertions and political bias and the use of torture can never serve the cause of the truth or identify the true perpetrators of terror attack” Compiled by Ruhi Tewari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anil Sasi | Published: September 5 2013 2:57 am Related News The Reserve Bank of Indias move to partially relax some of the restrictions imposed by it on capital outflows seems to have gone down a much-needed sentiment booster On Wednesdaya day on which Raghuram Rajan stepped in as the 23rd RBI governorthe central bank eased ECB norms allowing companies to use overseas borrowings for general corporate purposesa move clearly aimed at attracting slightly longer-term capital inflows The central bank also said that its August 14 curbs on outward investments will not apply retrospectively The RBI had imposed restrictions on capital outflows in a bid to check rupees volatility The rupee did stage a sharp recovery on Wednesdayending up 56 paise at 6707aided in part by reported dollar selling by heavy central bank intervention via state-run banks to prevent the domestic currency from slipping on a day that the new governor has been passed on the baton In a reminder of the stiff task Rajan facesthe HSBC PMI report on Wednesday showed that activity in the countrys services sector shrank in August for the second straight month to its lowest reading in four yearsadding to a series of recent data that corroborates the downhill trend Market analysts say the RBIs latest clarifications seek to allay some concerns regarding the possibility of the central bank imposing capital restrictions on capital outflows from the country When it comes to ECBsthe move to remove the restrictions is in keeping with the governments efforts to attract longer-term capital flows into the country at a time when the challenge of funding the CAD looms largeespecially in the wake of new external threats such as the crisis in Syria and market uncertainties from the Feds tapering schedule The market is also abuzz with the chatter than a new non-resident Indian deposit schemes could be on the anvilsomething that could substantially help the currency recoup some of its losses Rajan officially has been designated the governor after signing an oath of secrecybut will not take charge until Thursday As far a sentiments goRajans clearly gotten off to a positive start Anil is a senior editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News (Express Photo) Related News A 28-year-old woman from Uzbekistan who went missing from South Delhi’s Kotla Mubarakpur in 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