Lankan man arrested in Canada over 2009 restaurant fire

A Sri Lankan man believed to have left Canada in the wake of a fire at a restaurant in Woodstock, Canada is now in the custody of Canadian authorities.Woodstock Police say Jeyakumar Shanmuganathan was arrested at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, while returning to Canada from Sri Lanka, CTV news Canada reported. Shanmuganathan was wanted by police in connection with the 2009 arson at the Iron Grill restaurant. The second man, Arun Rajendiran, was found dead in prison less than two months after his sentencing.Usama Akhter, who admitted to arson, was severely injured in the fire. He lost his right leg, and spent six months in a coma.A fourth person, Mohammad Sarfraz, died of injuries he received in the fire. Court has heard that the fire was planned as part of an insurance scam, with the group hoping to collect a $5,000 payout. (Colombo Gazette) In 2014, one man pleaded guilty to arson in connection with the fire, while a second pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit arson. read more

Dollarama reports Q2 profit and sales up raises comparable store sales guidance

Companies in this story: (TSX:DOL) The Canadian Press MONTREAL — Dollarama Inc. reported a profit of $143.2 million in its latest quarter as its sales grew 9.0 per cent compared with a year ago.The discount retailer says its profit amounted to 45 cents per diluted share for the quarter ended Aug. 4 compared with a profit of $140.4 million or 42 cents per diluted share a year ago.Sales totalled $946.4 million, up from $868.5 million, while comparable store sales grew 4.7 per cent.Analysts, on average, had expected a profit of 46 cents per share and revenue of $939.2 million, according to financial markets data firm Refinitiv.In its outlook, Dollarama raised its guidance for comparable store sales growth to a range of 3.5 to 4.5 per cent compared with earlier expectations for between 3.0 and 4.0 per cent.However, the retailer said its gross margins are expected to come in at the low end of its earlier guidance at 43.25 to 43.75 per cent, compared with earlier expectations for between 43.25 and 44.25 per cent. read more

Ohio State mens basketball trying to right the ship before postseason play

Senior forward Sam Thompson (right) keeps his eye on the ball during a game against Penn State on Feb. 11 at the Schottenstein Center. OSU won, 75-55.Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Lantern photographerWith just four regular season games remaining before tournament play takes over the college basketball landscape, the Ohio State men’s basketball team is limping back to Columbus.Having played eight of its last 12 games on the road, the Buckeyes have lost three of their last five games including back-to-back losses to Michigan and Michigan State. The good news for OSU is that three of its last four games are set to be played at the Schottenstein Center, with the last road game coming against Penn State next Wednesday.OSU coach Thad Matta said he knew months ago that the current stretch of road games could make or break the Buckeyes’ season.“I knew in July when the Big Ten schedule came out, I said, ‘My God, coming out of Ann Arbor if our heads are above water, and we’ve got a decent mojo about us, we’ve got a shot,’” Matta said Wednesday. “The biggest thing that I’m at right now is, ‘Hey guys, look, we’re OK. We know what we’ve gotta do, we know how we’ve gotta do it, now let’s walk out on the court and get the job done.’”Doing just that will be key if the Buckeyes want to make their seventh straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament.OSU, which has slipped to a No. 8 seed in ESPN’s most recent bracket projections, has not been seeded that low since the 2009 tournament when the Buckeyes fell to No. 9 seed Siena in double overtime.That team, which lost in Dayton, boasted just one senior (a walk-on) and had little NCAA Tournament experience.Despite that, Matta said he doesn’t believe he has to do anything extra to motivate or educate his current freshman-laden roster about the big dance.“Times have changed. I remember, I don’t know if it was ‘08, I had a team meeting one time and said, ‘How many of you freshmen know how to get in the NCAA tournament?’ They didn’t know,” Matta said. “Now, that’s been seven years ago and everybody knows. I like where they (the current freshmen) are in terms of how they’re playing and how they are getting better. I would hope the four seniors that have been here would be telling them those things. I am sure they know that, I don’t like to bring it up.”One of those seniors, forward Sam Thompson, has been as far as the Final Four in the tournament.Thompson, who played 12 minutes in a 64-62 loss to the Kansas Jayhawks in the 2012 semifinal as a freshman, said getting back to the NCAA Tournament remains in OSU’s sights.“Obviously the end goal is to make the NCAA Tournament. For the seniors that have been deep in the tournament, we know that there is no better feeling,” Thompson said. “For the young guys, they all came here for an opportunity to play in the tournament. We know that we have some work to do, as far as our résumé, but our goal is to get better, our goal is to play our best basketball. We know if we do that, everything else will work itself out.”The Buckeyes are getting set to try and right the ship Thursday against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who have dropped their last five games.Despite the Cornhuskers’ poor form, Thompson said he expects a motivated and fired-up squad coming in from Lincoln, Neb.The Cornhuskers might have extra motivation coming from the fact that coach Tim Miles revoked the team’s access to their locker room after a 74-46 loss at home to the Iowa Hawkeyes on Sunday.“I didn’t hear anything about it until coach Matta told us when he was sort of setting the stage,” Thompson said of Nebraska’s lockout. “We know they are going to come in and play hard. I guess their locker room is on the line now. We know they are going to come in and give us their best shot. We know that we have to be ready to play. Our mindset doesn’t really change.”The Buckeyes and Cornhuskers are set to tip off at the Schottenstein Center at 7 p.m. read more

HD Advanced Manufacturing and its acquisition of Overton Chicago Gear

first_imgBabson Capital Management, a global investment management firm with more than $154 billion in assets under management and operations on four continents, has provided subordinated debt and equity to support H-D Advanced Manufacturing’s investment in Overton Chicago Gear Corp. With roots dating to 1888, Addison, Illinois-based Overton designs and manufactures large, custom gearing products for mining and other  industries. Overton manufactures a wide range of gears and gearboxes, many of which are based on proprietary designs and all featuring high-precision parts durable and reliable enough to withstand harsh operating environments. Overton’s bevel gearing is one of the products used and the company produces spiral bevel gears, skewed bevel gears and straight bevel gears, both through hardened and case hardened and hard cut. The company reports it has “bevel gear capacity that is virtually unrivaled by any company worldwide. We also supply large spur gears, large helical gears and large gearboxes to the mining industry.”The acquisition of Overton is a great first step toward achieving H-D Advanced Manufacturing’s strategy of becoming a strategic supplier of heavy-duty, precision-engineered components to the world’s leading industrial companies..Babson Capital’s Mezzanine & Private Equity Group was the lead provider of subordinated debt on the transaction. H-D Advanced Manufacturing is a holding company formed to acquire heavy-duty, precision-engineered components manufacturing businesses and Overton is its first such investment. The holding company was formed by three leading private equity groups, The Riverside Company, Hicks Equity Partners and Weinberg Capital Partners.last_img read more

Appeal made on ninth anniversary of murdered Donegal man

first_img Andrew Burns Image: Garda Press Office Monday 13 Feb 2017, 1:30 PM Short URL Appeal made on ninth anniversary of murdered Donegal man Andrew Burns was killed in 2008. 7,189 Views GARDAÍ IN DONEGAL have issued an appeal for information relating to the death of a man in 2008.Andrew Burns, then 27, was murdered on 12 February 2008 in Donnyloop, Castlefin, Co. Donegal.Gardaí believe that a number of people were involved in this murder and to date a number of people have been arrested and questioned both in this country and in Northern Ireland.An Garda Síochána says it is “grateful for all the witnesses that have come forward and made statements” but believe that there are still people who have information which may assist with the investigation.Gardaí are today renewing their appeal for anyone with information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to come forward to assist with this investigation.They can contact the incident room at Letterkenny Garda Station on 074 91 67100 or the Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111, or any Garda station.Read: Michael Healy-Rae hits out at being called ‘Trumpian’ by Oliver Callan Andrew Burns http://jrnl.ie/3237338 center_img Feb 13th 2017, 1:30 PM Share3 Tweet Email Image: Garda Press Office By Paul Hosford 3 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Thessaloniki visitors bound for leap UAE airline establishes new route

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Dubai-based flydubai announced new routes to Thessaloniki from June this year, the airline said Wednesday being the the first UAE airline to operate flights to Thessaloniki.Chief executive of the carrier said the addition, which also includes flights to Aqaba, will increase the number of underserved markets by flydubai. “We are looking forward to the start of flydubai’s flights to Aqaba and Thessaloniki. Both cities are major economic, industrial, commercial centres and very popular leisure destinations especially in the summer,” Mr Al Ghaith said. Jeyhun Efendi, Senior Vice President Commercial (UAE, Middle East, Europe and CIS), said the move will make the destinations “more accessible for travellers” especially those looking for new destinations to explore. “[This] will undoubtedly stimulate the traffic flows and tourism between the UAE, Greece and Jordan,” he said. Making these destinations more accessible to travellers looking for news destinations to explore, will undoubtedly stimulate the traffic flows and tourism between the UAE, Greece and Jordan,” Mr Efendi said. Thessaloniki is the second-largest city in Greece with over one million inhabitants and has a major transportation hub for the country and Southeastern Europe, notably through the port of Thessaloniki. While the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) reported that for the last two years Greece’s growth had been nearly twice the global industry average of 3.9 percent, tourist travel to Thessaloniki rose by more than five percent in 2016 compared to the previous year, Aristotelis Thomopoulos, President of the Thessaloniki Hotels Association had told Praktoreio 104.9FM. flydubai flights to Thessaloniki will operate three times a week starting June 15. last_img read more

Money flows furiously in 3rd District race

first_imgA last-minute look at contributions flooding into the 3rd Congressional District shows the race isn’t slowing down.Candidates must file a pre-general election report spanning Oct. 1-17. Those filings with the Federal Election Commission were available Friday.In that time, contributions to Democratic challenger Carolyn Long outpaced those to Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, three times over.Long brought in an additional $685,267 in contributions, bringing her election cycle total to $2,919,736.Meanwhile Herrera Beutler took in another $209,521 in contributions, putting her total at $2,241,466.In the last quarterly report, Long reported $1.2 million more in contributions than Herrera Beutler.In the last two weeks, Herrera Beutler spent $551,492, just $200,000 less than she spent last quarter.Long, however, spent more in the last two weeks than she did all of last quarter. Her expenses totaled $1,148,261, compared with more than $734,000 between July and October.Looking at Herrera Beutler’s last election, in 2016, when she easily beat Democrat Jim Moeller, both fundraising and spending are up. At this point in time in 2016, the Southwest Washington representative had amassed $1,268,047 in contributions and spent $1,153,590. She ended the reporting period in 2016 with more than $800,000 cash on hand.This election cycle, both candidates are spending more of what they have. Herrera Beutler has about $454,000 left in the coffers compared with Long’s $700,000.The ad buys from independent committees targeting the race are also picking up. On Friday, the National Republican Congressional Committee released an $800,000 ad buy targeting Long. The ad comes just a day after a $500,000 ad by Winning for Women was released in support of Herrera Beutler.last_img read more

Study Tour for Environmental Stakeholders

first_img Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Jamaica, August 17, 2017 – Kingston – The Climate Change Division (CCD) of the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation will be leading a study tour to the Wigton Windfarm and the Caribbean Coastal Area Management Foundation (C-CAM) on Friday, August 18, in an effort to sensitize environmental stakeholders to the day-to-day operations of the facilities.The tour, which is also aimed at highlighting ways in which the facilities contribute positively to the country’s climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts, will be done by representatives of the Division and the Meteorological Service of Jamaica as well as officers of the Ministry.Senior Technical Officer with responsibility for Mitigation at the CCD, Omar Alcock, said this tour, the first of several to be done throughout the year, is significant, as it fills the gap between the administrative and theoretical aspects of climate change adaptation efforts and the practical side.“So, a part of the tour is to get a visual of exactly what is happening on the ground. I am sure that, through this, persons will now become more familiar with the work taking place.   A lot of times we do presentations, go to meetings and do the administrative part of it, but this is to actually get an appreciation of what is happening,” he said in an interview with JIS News.Wigton Windfarm Ltd, the largest wind energy facility in the English-speaking Caribbean, is located in Rose Hill, Manchester, and currently comprises three plants – the 20.7-megawatt Wigton I, which began operating in 2004; Wigton II, an 18-megawatt extension facility that was commissioned in 2010; and Wigton III, the 24-megawatt expansion, commissioned in 2016.    C-CAM, located in Salt River, Clarendon, was established in 1997 to promote coastal conservation in Jamaica.The tour will feature a resource centre developed in 2015, which includes a library and teaching area for persons interested in learning about the environment, Jamaica’s endemic species and national adaptation and conservation efforts.Mr. Alcock said budgeting officers from the Ministry’s Finance Department will also be included in the tour to help foster a greater appreciation for the work being done, in order to more adequately treat with certain accounting items relating to the environment.The tour will include presentations and discussions outlining the effectiveness and achievements of the facilities and how they contribute to conservation of the environment.   This is a follow-up to a recent workshop by the CCD with budgeting officers of the ministries, departments and agencies aimed at highlighting the importance of including climate change-related matters in their budgets and clearly identifying instances where it is included.Upcoming study tours will include a visit to WRB Energy, a solar farm facility in Content, Clarendon, as well as one of the country’s hydroelectric power plants.last_img read more

ASA Points to Successes for Soybean Farmers in Omnibus

first_imgFollowing the release of the FY2016 Omnibus Appropriations bill on Capitol Hill early this morning, the American Soybean Association (ASA) is pointing to a series of wins for soybean farmers in the legislation.Chief among the accomplishments for ASA in the bill is the repeal of the mandatory country of origin labeling rule, or COOL. The rule has been the subject of criticism from both ASA and the livestock industry that represents the leading consumer of U.S. soybean meal, given the significant potential of the rule to disrupt trade and lead to $1.01 billion in retaliation from Canada and Mexico following the WTO’s finding that the COOL language was discriminatory.“Soybean farmers are relieved to put COOL behind us,” said ASA President Richard Wilkins, who raises both soybeans and beef cattle in southern Delaware. “This was an issue that impacted both feed grain and oilseed farmers, as well as livestock producers, and we’re happy to see it come to a satisfactory conclusion that avoids retaliation from our valuable trading partners in Canada and Mexico.”The omnibus continues funding for the Market Access Program and Foreign Market Development (Cooperator) program at current levels of $200 million and $34.5 million, respectively, and additional wins for soybean farmers include increased funding to $350 million for the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI), and funding for the McGovern/Dole and Food for Peace development and assistance programs.The bill addresses conservation by maintaining the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), which also helps to fund the Regional Conservation Partnership Programs (RCPP) on which many soy-growing states are already partnering with USDA. One minor negative for ASA on the conservation front was a relatively small reduction in funding for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP).The omnibus also takes concrete steps to address the waterways infrastructure system that farmers depend on to get beans from the farm to the marketplace. Under the Energy & Water section, the omnibus provides significant increases above FY2015 and the President’s 2016 budget request for waterways and ports maintenance and operations, which are priorities for ASA. Specifically, the bill increases funding for the construction, operation and maintenance of projects administered by the Army Corps of Engineers along the Mississippi River and its tributaries and provides $1.25 billion for eligible activities funded by the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund, which fulfills the agreement enacted in the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) passed in 2014. “Our transportation infrastructure is a significant advantage for American growers over our competitors in South America, and we are very pleased to see funding specifically designated to address the maintenance and improvement of that infrastructure,” said Wilkins. Finally, the bill sets aside dedicated funds for USDA disaster assistance programs, which will be of particular use to soybean growers affected by adverse weather events, including those growers suffering significant losses from recent flooding in the Carolinas.Despite the overall positive nature of the bill for soybean farmers, ASA did note its disappointment that the bill failed to address to major issues for soybean growers: GMO labeling and the Waters of the U.S. rule. The bill does not include language that would have defunded the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Water Rule, also known as the Waters of the U.S. rule.“As a farmer in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, I’ve been watching this rule with a critical eye, and I am disappointed that the omnibus fails to confront it,” Wilkins added. “There was an opportunity to take larger and more forceful action on what is clearly a very poorly-constructed rule, and I’m sorry that it’s left undone.”The bill does not include ASA-supported language that would have provided two years of preemptive relief from a potential patchwork of state GMO labeling laws, beginning with a law in Vermont set to go into effect in July 2016. “This was certainly a missed opportunity to act on a very important issue, both for growers and consumers alike,” said Wilkins. “If allowed to move forward, the state-by-state approach to labeling will lead to significantly increased grocery costs for consumers, and production costs for farmers. We certainly hoped to address this in the omnibus, but will redouble our efforts to do so when Congress returns in January.”last_img read more

Boat theft increases in summer

first_imgSummer is the season for boat thieves.Last year, 224 boats were stolen in Washington, the fourth-most after Florida, California and Texas. All those are states with more coastal miles and more people.Clark County has had its share of stolen boats, but rarely do officials find a pirated vessel.In 2010, marine sheriff’s deputies patrolling the Columbia River responded to a report from the U.S. Coast Guard of a sailboat drifting near the BNSF Railway Bridge. The Coast Guard and Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies secured the 46-foot vessel, valued at $500,000. Deputy Fred Neiman Jr. found a man hiding below deck, who eventually admitted to stealing the sailboat from its moorage in North Portland Harbor with plans to sail it out of the area. The man was booked at the Multnomah County Jail and charged with felony theft and possession of stolen property.Boat thieves are a lot like car thieves, said Deputy David Nelson of Clark County Marine Patrol. A boat thief could drive a boat far away from local marinas or they might just strip a vessel of the parts they want, run the it ashore and abandon it.As with car thieves, pricey items, such as wakeboards, waterskis and major electronics left unsecured, can be easy targets for a thief.“If someone sees a laptop in a car, they have to break the window to get it. With a boat, they can basically walk by and grab it,” Nelson said.A boat doesn’t even have to be in the water to get stolen.When a homeowner leaves a boat attached to a tow hitch in a driveway, it can be unhitched and attached to any other rig with a tow hitch. A personal watercraft, the type most often stolen, may be snatched from an unlocked garage. Although they weigh about 600 pounds, Nelson said a thief could still get one into a truck bed.last_img read more

Goodwill program lets Fruit Valley kids choose free books

first_imgPoverty in Vancouver district elementary schoolsWashington, 91.7 percent.Martin Luther King, 90.6 percent.Fruit Valley, 89.8 percent.Goodwill’s Book of My Own programo What: Donates books to low-income children through Clark County schools and nonprofit agencies.o Phone: 503-238-6139.Wearing a pink Hello Kitty T-shirt, Winter Quenelle, 7, grips a pen and carefully writes her name on the title page of her new book, “Disney’s The Jungle Book.” Then, she circles the tables in the Fruit Valley Community Learning Center’s cafeteria.The tables are laden with books, and she can pick one more of her own. Decisions, decisions.Every student in the low-income school had an opportunity to choose two free books to keep Friday, thanks to Goodwill’s Book of My Own summer learning book give away. At Fruit Valley, 89.8 percent of the students qualify for free or reduced-price lunches.Goodwill employees brought 549 books for the 240 students. The books that were not chosen were donated to the school’s library, said Dale Emanuel of Goodwill Industries of the Columbia Willamette.Goodwill training participants process and sort the books. Other employees contact principals in lower-income schools to ask if they can donate books for students to take home. Since the program began in 2007, Goodwill has donated more than 12,300 books to low-income schools and other agencies serving children in Clark County.last_img read more

NOTICE Do You Want Your Street To Become An Accepted Way Petitions

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is a recent legal notice from the Town of Wilmington:STREET ACCEPTANCE BY BETTERMENT PLAN — 2020 ANNUAL TOWN MEETINGThe Board of Selectmen of the Town of Wilmington gives notice that all informal petitions for warrant articles for Acceptance of Streets by Betterment Plan, so called, in the Town of Wilmington for the 2020 Annual Town Meeting must be filed with the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Wilmington, no later than 4:30pm on September 6, 2019.Gregory B. BendelChairman,Board of Selectmen(Editor’s Note: To learn more about the informal petition process, contact the Wilmington Town Clerk’s Office HERE.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Friday, September 6In “5 Things To Do Today”TOWN LEGAL NOTICE: Petitions For Street Acceptances Due September 4In “Legal Notices”SELECTMEN NEWS: Town To Announce Plan To Increase Number Of Accepted RoadsIn “Government”last_img read more

Doctors medical students protest against Medical Bill

first_imgNew Delhi: Doctors and students from various hospitals and colleges protested here on Monday alleging that the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill will only give a boost to quacks. The demonstration came in response to a call from the Indian Medical Association (IMA). The IMA held a “Delhi Andolan”, which included a march by the medical fraternity from Nirman Bhavan – which houses the Health Ministry – to Jantar Mantar in the heart of the capital. Also Read – HC declines protection to Shivakumar from arrest Advertise With Us Doctors and experts have alleged that Section 32 of the proposed NMC Bill will intensify quackery by rural medical practitioners, private medical practitioners and others. IMA President Santanu Sen said the “government will have blood on its hands” if Section 32 of the NMC Bill 2019 was not removed. He said the addition of Section 32 legalised quackery by empowering community health providers to practice medicine and this would endanger the lives of people. Also Read – Odisha’s Conjoined Twins To Return Home 2 Years After Separation Advertise With Us Rajan Sharma, another IMA leader, said if Section 32 was not removed, 3.5 lakh community health providers would be legalised to prescribe drugs. The IMA is also opposing other provisions in the Bill including the decision to couple NEXT and NEET and regulation of fee by the NMC for 50 per cent seats in private medical colleges and deemed universities. “The NMC Bill compromises patient care and patient safety. It also violates the constitutional principles of right to democracy, federalism and equal opportunity,” the IMA said in a statement.last_img read more

Indian Navy to get 10 Kamov Ka31 AWACS helicopters in Rs 3600

first_imgReutersIn a major addition to the Indian Navy’s surveillance, the Ministry of Defence has approved the procurement of 10 Kamov Ka-31 Airborne Early Warning and Control helicopters. The total cost of the deal is expected to be around Rs 3,600 crore and 10 helicopters would be deployed on the aircraft carriers and warships including the INS Vikrant and Grigorovich-class frigates. Currently, apart from Russia, India and China use the chopper for its Navy. The main utility of the Ka-31 is a long-range detection airborne and naval threats.The helicopter has the ability to track targets over the much larger horizon than ship’s radars. The helicopter provides an important completion for the naval task force, whose ships are too small to operate carrier-borne early warning aircraft. Moreover, the Ka-31 is also capable of carrying out operations in the sea and anti-submarine warfare operations.Notably, the Indian Navy already has a fleet of Russian Kamov-28 and US made Sea-king choppers which were inducted in the service way back in the 1980s and require upgrades for future use. The election season has not affected the daily operations of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) and Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS). The meetings are being held as per the plans to clear the important acquisitions for the forces. US Navy Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk helicopters. The MH-60 Seahawk is the frontrunner to bag the Indian Navy contract for NMRH helicopters.Lockheed MartinGoing forward, the deal would be tabled for negotiations with the Russian counterparts post the cabinet committee on security would take up the final call. Apparently, Indian defence forces are on modernisation spree where the equipment across tri-services is being upgraded. In March, India decided to procure assault rifles, ammunition, and several other specialised types of equipment from the United States. Para (SF), Marcos and Garud commandos are the special forces of India Army, Navy and Air force respectively. Moreover, the India Air Force has also inducted the first squadron of the US made “Chinook” heavy-lift chopper.last_img read more

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first_img Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | June 09, 2010 ACR Launches American Institute for Radiologic Pathology Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff.  Related Content News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more June 2010 – The American College of Radiology (ACR) has launched the American Institute for Radiologic Pathology (AIRP), which will provide a four-week Radiologic-Pathology Correlation Course, given five times per year, beginning in January 2011. The new AIRP course fulfills all requirements for more than 310 residency programs previously satisfied by the Radiologic-Pathology Correlation Course given at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) in Washington, D.C. As the Department of Defense is closing Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where the AFIP course is held, the AFIP course will not be continued after its September 2010 offering. The new AIRP course allows radiology residents to receive radiologic pathology training uninterrupted by the closure of AFIP. “The ACR, as the leading voice for the radiology community, is proud to retain and enhance this vital radiologic pathology knowledge base for future generations of radiologists. The AIRP course will allow radiology residents to continue their training without interruption in what could have been an uncertain time regarding radiologic pathology training nationwide. The college has leveraged decades of technological and course development experience to sponsor this cutting-edge course to help ensure that radiology residents are prepared in this vital aspect of medicine to pursue fellowship or attending radiologist status,” said John A. Patti, M.D., FACR, chair of the ACR Board of Chancellors. The first four-week session of the new ACR course will begin Jan. 24, 2011, in a state-of-the-art education and cultural center in Silver Spring, Md., a suburb of Washington, D.C., approximately two miles from the present AFIP site. The course is designed to aid residents in their endeavors to achieve excellence in the technologically advancing specialty of radiology by employing radiologic-pathologic correlation in the identification of disease. The radiologic pathology course is a comprehensive review of radiologic imaging with pathologic correlation providing more than 200 hours of didactic instruction and case seminars. The course is organized into eight separate sections: gastrointestinal radiology, genitourinary radiology, musculoskeletal radiology, neuroradiology, pediatric radiology, cardiovascular radiology, breast imaging, and thoracic radiology, and is taught by eminent radiology faculty, and numerous distinguished visiting professors.“This new Radiologic-Pathology Correlation Course offered by ACR allows program directors and radiology administrators worldwide to continue to plan vital radiologic pathology training as a key part of effective residency programs. The location we have selected in Silver Spring is close to the previous course location, provides an excellent venue for this instructional program, and is located close to housing and transportation resources for residents,” said Harvey L. Neiman, M.D., FACR, ACR CEO.Previously, more than 90 percent of all post-M.D. radiology residents had attended AFIP at some point during their residency. The focus of the training, now provided by AIRP, is to emphasize the correlation between human pathology and the medical images interpreted by radiologists. The radiology community considers this training to be critical to the preparation of its physicians for advanced medical practice. “The ACR has stepped up to make sure that this valuable knowledge base is not lost with the closing of AFIP. The AIRP course is the latest in an expanding array of robust ACR radiology training programs to prepare residents for the challenges ahead and ultimately make them better physicians who provide the highest quality care to their patients,” said Ronald E. Freedman, ACR assistant executive director for marketing, business development, Research and Radiology Resident Training.For more information: www.acr.org and www.arrs.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

Gold Coast to Host Australian Tourism Exchange in 2016

first_imgTourism Australia has announced that Queensland’s Gold Coast will play host to the country’s largest annual tourism trade show – the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) – in 2016.The announcement was made by Tourism Australia’s Managing Director John O’Sullivan whilst speaking on Wednesday (April 29) at an industry briefing on the Gold Coast hosted by Tourism and Events Queensland.The economic benefits of hosting the Australian Tourism Exchange are significant and the Gold Coast economy can expect an immediate $10 million uplift during the five days of the event.Mr O’Sullivan said it was great to see Australia’s premier trade event for attracting international tourism business returning to one of Australia’s key regional tourism destinations after the overwhelming success of the ATE14 event in Cairns.“The Gold Coast has undergone something of a renaissance in recent years, with sizeable investments in tourism infrastructure and international aviation access giving the region a renewed sense of confidence ahead of hosting of the Commonwealth Games in 2018,” Mr O’Sullivan said.“With its iconic beaches, stunning hinterland and fun theme parks, the Gold Coast will provide a spectacular setting for Australia’s tourism industry to showcase their products directly to tourism wholesalers and retailers from around the world.“The timing of an ATE event on the Gold Coast is particularly appropriate, with 2016 seeing much more emphasis being placed by Tourism Australia upon the international marketing of the country’s aquatic and coastal tourism experiences,” he said.Queensland Minister for Tourism and Major Events Kate Jones said the Gold Coast was primed and ready to host ATE16 for the first time.“The Australian Tourism Exchange is the largest tourism trade show on the industry’s calendar and will connect Queensland tourism businesses directly with 600 international travel buyers who sell Australian holidays in more than 30 countries,” Minister Jones said.“I welcome the boost this event will provide to Queensland tourism because it means more visitors and more jobs for Queenslanders for years to come.“On the Gold Coast visitors will discover perfect beaches, hinterland escapes, theme park thrills, and incredible dining and shopping experiences.“Delegates will also have the opportunity to explore other Queensland destinations spreading the benefits of the Australian Tourism Exchange around the state.”CEO of Gold Coast Tourism, Martin Winter said, ATE unquestionably represents the single largest opportunity in 2016 for the city and our tourism industry to showcase itself to key influencers of the global travel industry.“Gold Coast Tourism is delighted to partner with Tourism Australia and Tourism and Events Queensland to ensure these international travel buyers, media and our Australian tourism colleagues fully experience the fun, excitement and warm hospitality that the Gold Coast is famous for.”Further details, including the dates for the 2016 Australian Tourism Exchange, will be announced in the coming months.Source = Tourism Australialast_img read more

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first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted May 23, 2019 10:52 am PDT Britain’s losing Eurovision song now lower-scoring than ever PARIS — Britain’s Eurovision song “Bigger Than Us” is an even bigger flop than previously thought after its last-place entry was stripped of five points to correct a math error.The song performed by Michael Rice in Israel and watched by millions on Saturday had received just 16 points.But the show’s organizers added insult to injury in a statement this week as they downgraded Britain’s score to 11.The error occurred when the Belarusian jury was ousted for illegally divulging how it voted before the final was broadcast.Organizers created an aggregated result to replace the Belarusian jury votes but miscalculated and incorrectly inflated Britain’s score.The Associated Press FILE – In this Friday, May 17, 2019 file photo, Michael Rice of Great Britain performs the song “Bigger Than Us” during the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest grand final rehearsal in Tel Aviv, Israel. Britain’s Eurovision song “Bigger Than Us” is an even bigger flop than previously thought after its last-placed entry was stripped of five points to correct a math error on Thursday, May 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner, file) last_img read more

Think bigger urge energy companies more infrastructure needed

first_imgENERGY companies active in the island’s exclusive economic zone urged the government on Thursday to think bigger, and cautioned that much needs to be done to improve existing infrastructures that support offshore drilling.A major grievance aired by the oil and gas corporations was the lack of adequate space at the harbours.Energy executives were speaking at the 6th Eastern Mediterranean Conference in Nicosia.Total, ENI and ExxonMobil have all been forced to congregate at the port in Limassol, as Larnaca is for the time being off limits.The government recently announced its intention to create a new harbour at Vasilikos, outside Limassol, citing a delivery timeline of 2023.But in the interim, energy companies need an alternative, said Alessandro Barberis, managing director for ENI Cyprus.For his part, Yves Grosjean, general manager of Total Cyprus, stressed the need for an oilfield services centre to be set up locally in the eastern Mediterranean, supporting drilling operations.Cyprus has the potential to become that hub, he added, although far more infrastructures would be required for that to happen.According to the Total official, the work done by oilfield services – environmental impact assessments, waste management, data crunching – accounts for about 80 per cent of all man-hours expended during the course of an offshore drilling operation.Chiming in, the head of ExxonMobil Cyprus Varnavas Theodosiou said the US company had initially asked to be based out of Larnaca harbour for its drilling in Block 10. However, they were not given permission and therefore had to set up shop at the port in Limassol, where space is limited.Another matter requiring attention is the red tape in securing all the permits for drilling. Theodosiou called for a one-stop shop where all the paperwork would be handled.Charles Ellinas, CEO of E-C Natural Hydrocarbons Co, sought to impress a sense of urgency for the construction in Cyprus of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility.The terminal would process the gas found in three reservoirs so far: Aphrodite, Calypso and, more recently, Glafcos.To these could be added the gas discovered in Israeli waters.The longer a decision is put off for an LNG plant, the harder it will get, Ellinas warned.And there also the matter of competition from Egypt as a regional gas hub. The neighbouring country is ahead in the game as it already possesses the infrastructures in place to process gas – two LNG plants, one in Damietta, the other at Idku.Experts speaking at the conference highlighted the rise in global demand for natural gas, with demand projected to grow by as much as 40 per cent over the next 20 years.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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flooded cities and crippling drought. who were directors in Lara Projects Private Limited, the workers would find some comfort in the rural areas.alleging that Monday’s protests were part of a well-thought-out conspiracy to polarise communities in the state by giving a criminal act a communal colour Here is the full text of the chargesheet filed by the police: Brief facts of the case are that on 12012018 one Mohd Yousuf S/o Sahib Din (caste-Bakarwal) R/O Rasana Tehsil Hiranagar District Kathua lodged a complaint in P/S Hiranagar to the effect that his daughter namely Miss Xxxxx Aged 8 years had gone for grazing horses in the nearby forest at about 1230 hrs and she was seen with the horses at about 1400 hrs on 10012018 On the same day horses returned back in the dhera at about 1600 hrs but Xxxx did not return back On this the complainant along with others started search in the forest area but Xxxxx could not be traced out He further alleged that he had a suspicion that some miscreants might have kidnapped his daughter On this report case FIR No 10/2018 U/S 363 RPC was registered in PS Hiranagar and investigation was taken up In the course of investigation the investigating officer made efforts to trace out the missing girl with the help of VDC members and respectable of the area but did not get any clue about the victim Subsequently on 17012018 dead body of (the victim) was recovered on the basis of information provided by one Jagdish Raj S/o Desu R/o Dugaan Bani who had been same while in search of his missing horses in the nearby forest The body of the deceased was taken into custody for conducting autopsy The postmortem of the deceased was conducted by a team of doctors at District Hospital Kathua on the same day at 1430 hrs During investigation conducted by P/S Hiranagar one individual namely Shubam Sangra S/O Om Prakash R/O Hiranagar Ward No 10 A/P Rasana residing with his maternal uncle Sanji Ram in village Rasana was taken to police station Hiranagar for questioning During questioning he divulged that his father is working as a peon in Hr Sec School Chagral and his mother is a housewife He further divulged that he used to take alcohol cigarettes gutka and other intoxicants and had been expelled from Modern Public School Sikdi Hiranagar because of his unruly behavior with girls of his school Fed up with his conduct the family shifted him to the house of his maternal uncle some three months back where he used to take care of their cattle by getting leaves etc from the nearby forests In the forests he had met a girl of Bakarwal community 7/8 times and most of the times she used to enquire about the whereabouts of her horses which she usually would take to the forest for grazing On 10-01-2018 the same Bakarwal girl met him in the forest area near a Bahari Balish tree and he asked her to accompany him on the assurance that he would help her in tracing out her missing horses Around 1830 hrs he took her to a shed of his maternal uncle meant for keeping the cattle where he gagged her with a handkerchief and also tied her hands with a rope which was already lying in the shed He further divulged that he took out the drawstring (Nara) from her trouser and tied up her legs with the same Thereafter he locked the door of the shed and proceeded to his home After an hour he took some meals for her secretly and on reaching the shed un-gagged her and made her to eat the food that he had brought for her Next he again gagged her with the same handkerchief locked the shed again and went home He continued doing the same till 16-01-2018 On 16-01-2018 at about 6:30 PM he reached the shed in question and untied the girl Thereafter he knotted her trouser with a rope and told her that he will drop her home He took her through the same route wherefrom he had brought her to the shed and on way he unknotted her trouser and attempted to rape her The said girl reacted by saying that she will narrate the whole incident to her family members Apprehending that Bakarwals residing in the area will kill him he strangulated her with a chunni that was worn by her Blood mixed spitting oozed from her mouth and thereafter he took her in his lap to another place and threw her on the ground where he hit her head twice with a stone Representational image AFP Subsequently he waited for about 10 minutes and then left for home On the next day he took the drawstring of her trouser and the handkerchief to the cowshed and burnt them As per the investigations conducted by P/S Hiranagar JCL further revealed that he used to take the victim to nearby fields for attending nature’s call discreetly in late hours and used to wash her private parts with his hands using water from the hand pump He also stated that he used to give her toffees of the Milky Way brand He further divulged that during the captivity of said girl he did not make any attempt to rape her Accordingly said JCL S/o Om Prakash Sangra R/o Ward No10 Hiranagar was arrested in the above said case on 19012018 by the Police Station Hiranagar On the basis of the confessional statement of the accused a stone weighing around 1 kg used by him to hit the deceased girl was recovered and seized He was subsequently produced before the Ld Chief Judicial Magistrate Kathua who ordered him to be sent to juvenile home Subsequently in pursuance to PHQ Order No 374 of 2018 Dated 22-01-2018 the investigation of above referred case was transferred to Crime Branch and Crime Headquarters J&K vide Order issued under endorsement No CHQ/FIR/10/18-Hiranagar1083-92 Dated 23-01-2018 constituted a team of officers/officials headed by Shri Naveed Peerzada ASP Crime Branch Kashmir for carrying out further investigation of the case However the case dairy file was formally handed over to Crime Branch Jammu by Shri Adil Hamid Ganai ASP Samba Incharge of earlier SIT constituted by IGP Jammu Zone on 27-10-2018 at 1900 hrs in person at Crime Branch Jammu In the course of investigation conducted by the Crime Branch the Ld CJM was requested to handover the custody of Shubam Sangra for questioning The examination of the juvenile was carried out in the presence of a social worker and his father On the basis of the inputs provided by the Juvenile and other accused who were arrested and questioned in custody and the evidence collected in the course of investigation it transpired that somewhere in the first week of January accused Sanji Ram decided to put a plan to dislodge the Bakarwal Community from Rasana area which had been brewing in his mind for quite some time into operation and in pursuance to that he made accused Deepak Khajuria an SPO in Police Department and JCL as part of conspiracy and assigned them tasks separately and individually In furtherance of said conspiracy accused Deepak along with his friend Vikram went to Bitu Medical shop at Kottah Morh on 07th of January 2018 evening and purchased one strip of Epitril 05 mg containing 10 tablets by showing the prescription of his (Mamu) maternal uncle namely Kamal who had a psychiatric problem and is under treatment with Dr Mukul at Kathua Although the medicine as per the prescription was not available with Bitu he gave him Epitril 005 mg instead of the medicine written on the prescriptionOn4th January 2018 accused Sanji Ram Maternal uncle of JCL provoked and induced said JCL to take revenge from the Bakarwals who had earlier beaten him On 7th of January 2018 Sanji Ram told JCL to kidnap the Bakarwal girl namelyXxxxx D/o Yxxxxx Bakarwal who often comes to the forests behind the house of accused Sanji Ram for grazing her horses Investigation further revealed that on 8th of January 2018 while JCL was busy working in the field another accused namely Deepak Khajuria called him near tube well and offered him cigarettes Said Deepak lured him to kidnap Yxxxxx’s daughter on the assurance that he would help him in passing the board exams (through cheating) Subsequently JCL shared the entire plan worked out by Sanji Ram and Deepak Khajuria with Parvesh Kumar @Mannu his close friend and asked for his help and assistance in executing the plan on ground The investigation further revealed that accused Sanji Ram had directed the JCL to execute the plan of kidnapping and to give some intoxicant to the girl and thereafter confine her at Devisthan in the first instance On 9th of January 2018 JCL along with another accused Parvesh Kumar @Mannu went to Hiranagar and purchased 04 Manars from Rampal’s shop situated near auto stand Hiranagar out of which one was consumed by him and kept other 3 in his pocket and returned back to Rasana On 10th January 2018 thes aid JCL heard the voice of the girl who was enquiring from one Veena Devi about her horses when he was on the roof of his Mamu (accused Sanji Ram’s) house He immediately rushed down stairs took 03 Manars and keys of Devisthan and told Xxxxx that he had seen her horses He led her to jungle and also called accused Mannu who was already waiting for his signal Sensing some trouble the victim tried to flee awayThe JD stopped her by catching hold of her neck and covered her mouth with one of his hands and pushed her and she fell on the ground Accused Mannu held her legs and the JCL administered Manars’ one by one forcibly to the victim The victim fell unconscious and was raped by JCL Thereafter Mannu also attempted to rape her but could not do it Later on they took the girl and kept her inside Devisthan under the table over two Chatayees (plastic Mats) and then covered her with two Darees (cotton thread Mats) Thereafter both JCL and accused Mannu left Devisthan after locking it On the next day parents of Xxxxx reached Devisthan and enquired from accused Sanji Ram about the whereabouts of her missing daughter and in reply the accused Sanji Ram told her that she will be back as she might have gone to some relative’s house At 12:00 noon the accused Deepak Khajuria @Deepu came near the house of accused Sanji Ram and signalled JCL who took keys of Devisthan and both of them left for Devisthan as per the plan Both of them reached Devisthan opened the lock and accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu directed JCL to fetch water from a tap outside Devisthan Thereafter accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu took out a strip of sedatives containing ten (10) tablets While the JCL lifted the head of the girl the accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu opened her mouth put two tablets out of the strip in her mouth and made her to drink water and rubbed her throat with his fingers Then accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu left from Devisthan and the JCL locked the door and hid the strip under a heap of dry grass nearby In the evening at about 500 pm the JCL went to Devisthan for lighting jyoti and checked the girl again and found her unconscious Thereafter on 11th January JCL informed another accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma about the kidnapping of the girl telephonically and asked him to return from Meerut in case he wanted to satisfy his lust On 12th of January 2018 accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma reached Rasana from Meerut at 06:00 am JCL narrated full details to Vishal about kidnapping and confinement of the girl in Devisthan At about 8:30 am the JCL again went to Devisthan and administered 3 sedative tablets to the girl while she was unconscious with empty stomach On the same day the Police party along with Bakarwals started search of the missing girl and accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu came to the house of accused Sanji Ram with another police official namely Iftikar Wani The accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu asked for water and at the same time advised the juvenile to ensure administering of sedatives to the victim in time During investigation it transpired that accused Sanji Ram had already taken the accused police officials into confidence and settled the deal with them to take care of the things which would ensue in the process of culmination of the conspired plan In pursuance of the settled deal accused HC Tilak Raj who was also accompanying the search party took accused Sanji Ram to cow shed and reiterated that necessary payments have to be made to the investigating officer of the case ie accused SI Anand Dutta in order to save him and other accused from the clutches of law with respect to kidnapping and also not to conduct further searches During investigation it has been found that on 12th of January JD Shuboo’s mother Tripta Devi reached accused Sanji Ram’s residence at Rasana It has been found that the accused Sanji Ram narrated JCL’s involvement in kidnapping and confinement of the girl to the JCL’s mother Further that accused Sanji Ram gave his sister (ie JCL’s mother) a packet containing Rs 15 lacs with the direction to hand over the same to accused HC Tilak Raj as accused Sanji Ram had to attend some work It has been found during investigation that JCL’s mother was a close friend of accused HC Tilk Raj as both were classmates in Govt Primary School at Damiyal The money was subsequently handed over to accused Tilak Raj by Tripta Devi During the course of investigation it has been found that at about 8:30 am on 13th January 2018 JCL accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma and accused Sanji Ram left for Devisthan where JCL and Sanji Ram performed rituals In the meantime accused Mannu also reached Devisthan The accused Sanji Ram left Devisthan from back gate for performing some rituals and met Deepu who was waiting for him The accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma raped Xxxxx Thereafter JCL also raped the girl in presence of the accused Mannu The investigation also revealed that after committing the rape JCL directed accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma and accused Mannu to leave Devisthan JCL again took out 03 tablets out of the strip which he had kept under a heap of garbage near an electric pole outside the Devisthan and gave the same to the girl and again covered her with mats and dropped the utensil container in front of her in order to hide her The remaining two tablets were hidden by the juvenile delinquent under a heap of garbage near electric pole During investigation the said strip containing two tablets was recovered from near the Devisthan on the disclosure and at the instance of JCL During investigation it has been found that after distributing Lohri to relatives in the evening JCL informed accused Sanji Ram that he and accused Vishal Jangotra had committed gang rape with Xxxxx inside Devisthan Accused Sanji Ram directed JCL that the time was ripe to kill the girl so as to achieve the ultimate goal of criminal conspiracy hatched among the accused On the direction of accused Sanji Ram at Devisthan the accused Mannu Vishal and JCL removed the Victim from Devisthan and took her to a nearby culvert situated in front of Devisthan In the meantime accused Deepak also reached there On the spot accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu told JCL to wait as he wanted to rape the girl before she is killed As such once again the little girl Xxxxx was gang raped firstly by accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu and then by JCL After committing the barbaric act of rape on minor victim the accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu kept her neck on his left thigh and started applying force with his hands on her neck in order to kill her As accused Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu was unsuccessful in killing her another accused JCL killed her by pressing his knees against her back and strangulated the girl by applying force on both the ends of her Chunni Thereafter accused JCL in order to make sure that the victim is dead hit her twice on head with stone As per the conspired plan the dead body was to be transported and disposed of in the Cannal at Hiranagar however as the vehicle could not be arranged in time the accused on spot decided to dump the body at Devisthan being the safe place till its disposal and accordingly the four accused namely JCL Vishal Deepak and Mannu lifted the body and dumped it in Devisthan while Sanji Ram was keeping watch outside Devisthan Thereafter all the accused left for their homes The investigation conducted further revealed that on 15th January 2018 accused Sanji Ram told JCL and his son accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma that Kishore had refused to bring the car hence they cannot throw the dead body in the Cannal and accordingly directed them to throw the dead body in the jungle as it was not safe to keep it inside Devisthan anymore as the people were likely to visit Devisthan on the following day for Fanda which was to be performed by accused Sanji Ram himself During investigation it came to light that JCL went to Mannu’s house and found that he was not present at home Accordingly JCL and accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma decided to execute the plan without Mannu As per plan JCL along with accused Vishal Jangotra @Shamma went to Devisthan Accused Vishal Jangotra @Shamma opened the door while JCL lifted the dead body on his shoulder The accused Vishal Jangotra @Shamma locked the door and JCL disposed of the dead body by throwing it inside the jungle while accused Vishal Jangotra @Shamma was guarding outside bushes After throwing the body JCL and accused Vishal Jangotra @Shamma returned home At around 400 pm JD Shuboo went to Samadiya near the court Hiranagar where other village boys were playing and met his friend namely Amit Sharma S/o Narayan Shanker R/o W No 10 Hiranagar and informed him about the murder of victim A fact corroborated by friends of Amit Thereafter JCL accompanied accused Vishal to Ghagwal railway station wherefrom accused Vishal left for Meerut Pertinently another installment of Rs 15 lakhs was given to accuse Tilak Raj by accused Sanji Ram at his residence for SI Anand Dutta Investigations revealed that next day on 17th January 2018 dead body of Xxxxx was recovered on the basis of information provided by one Jagdish Raj S/o Desu R/o Dugaan Bani who had seen the same while in search of his missing sheep in the nearby forest The body of the deceased was taken into custody by police for conducting autopsy The postmortem of the deceased was conducted by a team of doctors at District Hospital Kathua on the same day at 1430 hrs Investigation revealed that in the evening accused HC Tilak Raj who was in knowledge of entire game plan met accused Sanji Ram at home where he requested the accused Sanji Ram to handover one of the accused as things have gone beyond their control due to massive agitation by Bakarwals Instead of handing over any accused to him accused Sanji Ram paid an amount of Rs 100 lakhs to accused SI Anand Dutta through said Tilak Raj which Tilak Raj readily accepted Investigations also revealed that on the following day JCL was apprehended and taken to Police Station for questioning The accused Sanji Ram visited JCLin P/S Hiranagar and directed him not to disclose the involvement of his son accused Vishal Jangotra @ Shamma and promised him that he will get him cleared from the charges at the earliest It has been found that accused SI Dutta in order to pave way for clearing JCL of the charges directed him to implicate one Gadee who had also been lifted by police for questioning in the killing case of the girl Xxxxx Instead of implicating the Gadee JCL admitted the charges of kidnapping and murder of the victim before SSP Kathua During investigation it has been found that accused SI Dutta again warned JCL and asked him to stick to the tutored version given by him and to take the entire blame on to himself During investigation it transpired that on 19th January 2018 the accused SI Dutta along with his PSO’s took JCL to the jungle where from the dead body had been recovered and accused SI Dutta told JCL to hold a stone in his hand and took his photograph He also prepared a Disclosure Memo showing the Stone to have been recovered on the disclosure of JCL Thereafter he took the Juvenile to a cow shed and again took his photographs in the dry grass shed and Machine room respectively Then accused SI Dutta took JCL’s photograph near the ashes of wood This all was being done by the accused SI Dutta in order to attach an element of truthfulness to his concocted story and in the process to create false evidence so that other accused could be screened from the grave criminal charges for which he had received Rs 400 lacs out of the settled amount of Rs 500 lacs from accused Sanji Ram During investigation it surfaced that accused Sanji Ram had kept a good amount of cash available with him well in advance However investigations regarding the complete financial trail are underway During investigation conducted by Crime Branch it has been established on the basis of oral scientific as well as documentary evidence that the victim was neither kept in captivity at Cow shed nor had she been killed on the spot from where her dead body was recovered thus rendering the entire story created by accused SI Dutta as farce and far from truth The investigation has established on the strength of evidence both oral as well as scientific that the accused SI Dutta and Tilak Raj have in furtherance of Criminal Conspiracy hatched between themselves and the principal accused Sanji Ram washed the clothes worn by the deceased at the time of her death with the intention to remove the clay and blood stains/sperms etc and thereafter forwarded the same to FSL for expert opinion This apart the accused SI Dutta deliberately did not conduct the search of Devisthan for tracing out the missing girl The said accused has not even searched the premises and other suspected installation/houses in the vicinity where from the innocent girl had gone missing and was lastly seen by the witness namely Veena Devi Moreover during the course of investigation of such a sensational case the said accused as an IO has remained very casual and has left serious criminal lapses deliberately in order to give undue benefit or to expunge the accused involved in the case The accused while investigating the case has deliberately not seized Dupatta hairband and neckless of the deceased girl as well as clothes of the juvenile after his confession which is evident from the seizure memos prepared by the accused during the course of investigation The Chunni used for strangulating the victim has been seized later on by SIT CBJ from P/S Hiranagar along with Hair band These vital pieces of evidence were deliberately left out by the said accused to confer undue benefit to the accused The necklace worn by the victim (as seen in the photographs of victim) was also not seized and has been destroyed as the same could not be traced and accused was unable to justify that as to why these items were not seized as a piece of evidences in this case Similarly the accused SI Anand Dutta has not even collected the blood sample of victims from the board of doctors who conducted autopsy of victim at District Hospital Kathua Keeping in view of the facts circumstances call details confessional statements statements of official of P/S Hiranagar FSL report and other evidences the involvement of accused SI Dutta and HC Tilak Raj was found involved in commission of offence punishable u/s 201/RPC r/w 343376-D302120-B/RPC In the course of investigation it transpired that Sanji Ram S/o Des Raj R/o Rasana was against the settlement of Bakarwals in Rasana Kootah and Dhamyal area and always kept on motivating the members of his community of the area not to provide land for grazing or any other kind of assistance One Harnam Singh s/o Darbara Singh R/o Kootah had sold land to one Bakarwal and he (Sanji Ram) had started acampaign against said Harnam SinghHe also utilized the services of ex- Sarpanch of Kootah and Rasana area against said Harnam Singh and managed to stop the payment on account of installation of telephone towers in his land through the concerned tehsildar on the plea that the land in question was a state land Ultimately said Harnam Singh approached the Hon’ble High court and got the impugned order of Tehsildar quashed He had also seized goats of one Rashid D/o Chandia Bakerwal in the month of December 2017 for watering his cattle at a pond near his house and Rs 1000/- was taken from him as fine for releasing the goats Apart from this he had also charged Rs 1000/- as fine from Mohd Yousaf Bakarwal for grazing his cattle inthe forest pasture situated near his house HC Tilak and SPO Deepak Khajuria were also against the settlement of Bakarwals in Rasana Kootah and Dhamyal area who had already discussed this issue with Sanji Ram to Chalk out a strategyfor dislodging the Bakarwals from the area They were blaming the Bakarwals on one pretext or the other and used to threaten them Accused Tilak Raj and Deepak Khajuria also had some serious issues with Bakarwals over the land occupation and crop damage being residents of the same area Besides accused Deepak Khajuria had already had few scuffles with Bakarwals This apart during investigation it transpired that a particular community had a general impression that the Bakarwals indulge in cow slaughter and drug trafficking and that their children were turning into drug addicts This rivalry between the two communities in the area has already resulted into registration of various FIRs and counter FIRs at different adjoining police stations of the area between the two communities Thus during investigation it has become abundantly clear that the accused had a reason to act against the Bakarwal Community and hence the conspiracy ultimately resulting into the gruesome rape and brutal murder of an innocent budding flower a child of only 8 years of age who being a small kid became a soft target In the course of investigation statements of more than 130 witnesses were recorded under section 161and 164- A CrPC All the witnesses examined have unequivocally corroborated the facts that emerged in the course of investigation as detailed out hereinbefore The statements of all these witnesses form part the Challan In the course of investigation the potency test of the JCL Vishal Jangotra and Pravesh Kumar was conducted and the report obtained has been found positive The report makes it clear that the accused including Juvenile are capable of performing sexual intercourse In respect of accused Deepak Khajuria the experts have sought his reexamination for the potency test which shall be done after seeking permission from the court In the course of investigation the SIT members along-with FSL experts and Naib Tehsildar Executive Magistrate 1st class Kootah again visited the scene of occurrence and tried to reconstruct the Scene of Crime The minute examination of these locations led to the recovery of various items including blood stained wooden sticks and hair strand which were seized packed and sealed/resealed by Executive Magistrate 1st Class The sealed packets containing the exhibits collected in the course of investigation were sent to FSL for analysis and report Besides few hair strands recovered from Devisthan and nearby forest where the dead body was dumped by the accused were forwarded to the experts in New Delhi for DNA profiling On the basis of opinion furnished by the experts’ one of the hair stands recovered from the Devisthan matched with the DNA profile of Victim Xxxxx which confirmed that the victim was kept in captivity at Devisthan which is exclusively manned by accused Sanji Ram to the exclusion of any other person of the area Similarly as per the expert opinion in respect of hair strand recovered from place of recovery of dead body it matched with the DNA profile of JCL Notwithstanding the fact that accused police officials SI Datta and Tilak Raj had made all efforts to destroy the evidence by washing the clothes worn by the deceased and FSL Srinagar could not frame any opinion on the basis of examination of the washed clothes but to the ill luck of accused the FSL Delhi with updated technology was able to confirm the presence of blood stains on the Frock-Shalwar of the victim which matched with the DNA profile of the victim DNA profiling also established presence of victim’s blood on the vaginal smears During investigation the opinion on various exhibits referred to FSL has been obtained Besides post mortem report of dead body was also obtained On the strength of opinion furnished by the experts it has been confirmed that hymen of the deceased was not found intact and lacerations on vulva of the vagina were also observed besides blood stained discharge was found inside vagina of the deceased As per the report of medical experts the victim was found prima-facie raped before being killed Furthermore investigations in this regard have established that the victim was raped by more than one accused with common intention Accordingly section 376-D RPC was added in the case The Medical opinion also established the fact that the victim had been kept without food and administered sedatives and her cause of death was Asphyxia leading to cardio-pulmonary arrest The expert opinions and Post Mortem report forms part of challan During investigation call details of mobile phones used by the accused persons were obtained from concerned quarters The CDRs obtained have prima facie established the individual and common locations of all the accused in and around the scene of crime on crucial dates of occurrence The analysis of CDRs of accused Deepak Khajuria revealed that he had remained in constant touch with one Surinder Kumar who two is posted as SPO along with accused Deepak Kumar in Police Station Hiranagar from the date of kidnapping of the victim This necessitated the questioning of said Surinder Kumar who was summoned and questioned but he could not give any plausible and tangible explanation regarding his telephonic conversation with accused Deepak Khajuria and a sudden spike in their frequency despite of the fact that accused Deepak Khajuria had disclosed that he had send Surinder Kumar to ascertain the movement of Bakarwals in and around Devisthan on 14-01-2018 and also to inform him regarding the condition of victim who then was held in captivity in Devisthan In response to which said Surinder Kumar visited the Devisthan and conveyed to him regarding the movement of Bakarwals and condition of the victim Besides some of the witnesses examined under section 161CrPC corroborated regarding the movement/presence of Surinder Kumar in and around said Devisthan Said Surinder Kumar was accordingly arrested and is presently in judicial custody Further investigation in respect of his involvement in the case is being conducted which may include his narco- analysis for which his consent has already been obtained In the course of investigation it transpired that accused Vishal Jangotra who is a student of BSc Agriculture at Akansha College Mirapur UP and actively took part in the rape and murder of the victim has tried to create an alibi by resorting to manipulation of records and creation of false evidence with the connivance and assistance of his father (Sanji Ram) and one Kishore S/O Prem Nath (his relation) R/O Chanmorian Hiranagar RP Singh Chairman Akansha College Mirapur UP and some other employees of Choudhary Charan Singh University Meerut who as per the inputs received during investigation have received huge amount as a kick back from the accused Sanji Ram This aspect needs further investigation as records are to be collected from concerned college/university and in respect of some documents expert opinion from FSL is awaited Besides Digital Video Recorder of the Examination Centre where accused claimed to have appeared in examination at Khatoli Muzaffarnagar has also been seized and has been sent for forensic examination for expert opinion After conducting further investigation supplementary charge sheet shall follow Whatever surfaced in the course of investigation leads to the irresistible conclusion that the accused namely Sanji Ram S/o Des Raj R/o Village Rasana Hiranagar Shubam Sangra @ Chuboo S/o Om Parkash Sangra R/o Ward No 10 Hiranagar A/o Village- Rasana Hiranagar; Deepak Khajuria @ Deepu S/o Updesh Khajuria R/o Dhamiyal Hiranagar;;Parvesh Kumar @ Mannu S/o Ashok Kumar R/o Village -Rasana Hiranagar; Vishal Jangotra s/o Sanji Ram R/oi Rasana Hiranagar;;Tilak Raj S/o Amir Chand R/o Dhamiyal Hiranagar;Anand Dutta S/o Shanti Swaroop Dutta R/o Village Dharmal P/o Muthi District Jammu and Surinder Kumar S/o Sain Das R/o Satura Hiranagar have undoubtedly committed offences Punishable under section 363/343/376-D/302/201 r/w 120-B RPC Accordingly the Charge sheet in respect of above named accused person is produced before the Hon’ble Court for judicial determination in accordance with the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act For the other accused persons involved in the above mentioned FIR a separate charge sheet is being submitted in the Ld Court of JMIC Hiranagar List of the witnesses which the prosecution proposes to produce before the Hon’ble Court for deposition and the documents relied upon forms part of Charge Sheet as PART-1 and 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