17 Jun

Darjeeling protests: Policeman stabbed during Gorkhaland stir, two GJM workers die in firing

Darjeeling protests: Policeman stabbed during Gorkhaland stir, two GJM workers die in firing

Darjeelingprotests:Policeman stabbed during Gorkhaland stir, two GJM workers die in firing

A policeman and two political workers have died in clashes in Darjeeling on Saturday as violence has convulsed the picturesque mountain resort and the army crossed the street to press against protests demanding a separate state of Gorkhaland.

Local sources said Kiran Tamang, an officer in the Indian reserve battalion, was stabbed in the back with a traditional Gorkha knife while security forces struggled to contain the crowds of thousands of people who burned police cars and looted Government property shouting slogans against the government.

“Five years that you have enjoyed now, when elections are held, violence starts because it has lost credibility,” said Mamata Banerjee, the main minister in Calcutta, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha who heads events. It is expected that before August – Elections in the Autonomous Territory Gorkha Administration – controlled by the GJM.

Darjeeling crisis forms dislike of attacks on government property in the dark

Rajnath returns the situation in Darjeeling, Kashmir
Undersecretary of GJM, Binay Tamang, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha carrying the demonstrations, claimed that two supporters were shot dead by the police, but their identity could not be determined immediately.

Deputy director general of police (order) Anuj Sharma denied that police had fired on protesters, but the local television footage showed bullets fire forces in the air.
“We want a judicial investigation into the firing, and the police did not fire rubber balls or water cannons, they opened fire with .303 caliber bullets, are we enemies of India?” Tamang told reporters.

Thousands of tourists fled Darjeeling – known as the queen of the hills – as clashes erupted on June 8 between government forces and GJM. Parts of the hill – led by ally GJM BJP – gathered to press a 100-year petition to separate Gorkhaland plains from West Bengal, a claim strongly opposed by Banerjee.
Supporters of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) are involved in government institutions such as hydroelectric projects and health centers.

These are the first deaths in the protests as the spiraling violence in the hills after a police raid in the office of the GJM chief, Bimal Gurung, who is hiding. Experts fear that blood can fall Darjeeling riots in the 1980s, when hundreds of people died when the state government brutally repressed the movement.

An autonomous Hill Council with special administrative authority has been established as a compromise, but is plagued by allegations of corruption dilatory and governmental projects.

The government reported that it will not bow to the GJM, but faces an unprecedented crisis, just weeks after the Trinamool Congress has made history by recording its first victory on a hill in the city when Mirik won.

Saturday scenes in Darjeeling and Ghoom looked like near a battlefield with charred buses, police vehicles and stones and mutilated dozens of balls scattered on the road. There were blood stains on the road in the Lebong Basket Front street of the University of San Jose.

Police fired tear gas and GJM supporters who began throwing stones at them. Many GJM women also work in the streets to protest. GJM supporters had the advantage of knowing the terrain and local roads that shocked and surprised the security forces.

“Mortal supporters take advantage of the local advantage and attack the police.It is unfortunate.We expect it to withstand vandalism in the hills with people,” said Darjeeling’s mediator, Trinamool’s president, Goutam Deb, who is Also Minister of State for Tourism.

Meanwhile, Bikram Rai, an employee of the GTA media cell and the son of the MP of Darjeeling, Amar Singh Rai, who was arrested at his residence last night, was released on Saturday.

17 Jun

Kashmir unrest: 14 people, including LeT militant Junaid Matoo, killed in separate incidents

Kashmir unrest: 14 people, including LeT militant Junaid Matoo, killed in separate incidents

Kashmir unrest: 14 people, including LeT militant Junaid Matoo, killed in separate incidents

The Kashmir valley saw a multitude of violence on Friday, while 14 people were killed in three separate incidents. The deceased are three militants, two civilians, eight police officers and one soldier.

Militants killed in Arwani region

The first incident took place in the village of Arwani, located in the Kilgam district south of Kashmir. – Security forces including the military, Kashmir police and CRPF – had been rushed to Lashkar-e-Taiba militants (LET) in a house in the Malik mohalla area. An animated combat shot in which three militants were killed, including LeT’s top commander, Junaid Mattoo.

Mattoo, 19, was one of the 12 most wanted militants in the Kashmir valley was a new generation of Kashmiri militants who joined the LeT instead of Hizbul Mujahideen.

The bodies of three militants were recovered by security forces. The other two militants were identified as Nasir Wani and Adil Mushtaq Mir.

Also recovered weapons, ammunition, magazines and grenades of appointments.

Image deceased commander LeT Junaid Mattoo. Image courtesy: News18 died image file commander LeT Junaid Mattoo.

As they approached the region, the youth gathered around the area and began to take off the forces that have caused clashes between the security forces and civilians. Clashes also erupted around the area where forces fired on demonstrators.

Two civilians, Mohammad Ashraf Khar, 22, and Ahsan Dar, 14, died in layoffs.

Due to the losses, the separatists called for a protest strike and the authorities imposed Section 144 in southern Kashmir.

One group attacked the police in the area of Achabal

In what is supposed to be a response to Mattoo’s death, the terrorists attacked a police party in the Achabal area in southern Kashmir, 20 km from the site of the Arwani meeting.

At first they dominated the police and fatally beat them in their face nearby. The incident took place when Feroz Ahmed, a batch of 2,010 deputy inspector, went to the police station after he performed his duty at Anantnag.

The militants had ambushed the Anantnag-Achabal road near the village of Kulgad and fired at the police party. The police are not traveling in a bulletproof vehicle.

All the police, including Ahmed, were killed immediately, police said. The army was called in to carry out a tracking operation in the region. The Hindu reports the number of policemen who died at eight.

Ahmed was very popular in the South Kashmir Police Division and had recently organized an iftar party. The other deceased officers include advisers Sharik Ahmad and Tanveer Ahmad (Budgam district), Sheraz Ahmad (Asher Ahmad) and Ahmed Sabzar (Anantnag).

Soldier killed in LOC

In a separate, unknown incident, a soldier in the Indian Army was killed by a shot in the Pakistani army at the Control Line in the state’s Naushera sector. The shooting took place at the Control Line (LOC) in the Rajouri district.

Defense Ministry spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Manish Mehta said: “The Pakistani army launched unprovoked dismissal against Indian army positions in the Naushera sector by 5150 Friday.”

“The Indian army has responded vigorously and effectively,” he said. “In the exchange of shots, Naik Bakhtawar Singh hurts and succumbed to his injuries during the evacuation to the military hospital.”

27 Apr

ICAI Committees 2015-2016

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  3. Nilesh Shivji Vikamsey
  4. V. Murali
  5. G. Sekar
  6. Abhijit Bandyopadhyay CA. Shyam Lai Agarwal CA. Mukesh Singh Kushwah CA. Sanjay Agarwal CA. Naveen N. D. Gupta CA. Vijay Kumar Gupta CA. Charanjot Singh Nanda Shri Manoj Kumar Shri R. K. Jain

Public Relations Committee Chairman

  1. Manoj Fadnis, President Vice-Chairman
  2. M. Devaraja Reddv, Vice-President Members
  3. Prafulla Premsukh Chhajed
  4. Sanjeev Krishnagopal Maheshwari
  5. Abraham Kallivayalil Babu
  6. V. Murali
  7. K. Raghu
  8. G. Sekar
  9. Subodh Kumar Agrawal CA. Vijay Garg CA. Sanjay Agarwal CA. Atul Kumar Gupta Shri J. S. Deepak Shri Sidharth K. Birla Shri Sunil Kanoria

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  1. Subodh Kumar Agrawal

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Members

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  2. M. Devaraja Reddy, Vice-President (Ex-Officio)
  3. Rajkumar S. Adukia
  4. Nihar N. Jambusaria
  5. Sanjeev Krishnagopal Maheshwari
  6. Dhinal Ashvinbhai Shah
  7. Shiwaji Bhikaji Zaware
  8. V. Murali
  9. J. Venkateswarlu
  10. Abhijit Bandyopadhyay
  11. Anuj Goyal
  12. Vijay Kumar Gupta

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Mumbai            CA. Sanjeev Krishnagopal Maheshwari

Mumbai            CA. Shiwaji Bhikaji Zaware

Mumbai            CA. Abraham Kallivayalil Babu

Chennai            CA. Shyam Lai Agarwal

Chennai            CA. Vijay Kumar Gupta

Kolkata             CA. Charanjot Singh Nanda

Jaipur               Shri J. S. Deepak

Ghaziabad        Shri R. K. Jain

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New Delhi         Young Members Empowerment Committee

Faridabad         Chairman

New Delhi         CA. Vijay Kumar Gupta

New Delhi         Vice-Chairman

New Delhi        CA. Jay Chhaira

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  3. Nihar N. Jambusaria Hyderabad CA. Shriniwas Y. Joshi
  4. Dhinal Ashvinbhai Shah Mumbai CA. Abraham Kallivayalil Babu

Mumbai            CA. V. Murali

Kochi                CA. K. Raghu

Chennai            CA. J. Venkateswarlu

Bengaluru         CA. Sumantra Guha

Chennai            CA. Shyam Lai Agarwal

Kolkata             CA. Vijay Garg

Jaipur                CA. Anuj Goyal

New Delhi        CA. Mukesh Singh Kushwah

New Delhi        CA. Sanjiv Kumar Chaudhary

New Delhi         CA. Naveen N. D. Gupta

New Delhi         Shri J. S. Deepak

Kolkata             Shri Salil Singhal

Career Counselling Committee Chairman

Kolkata             CA. Vijay Garg

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New Delhi        CA. J. Venkateswarlu

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Mumbai            CA. Rajkumar S. Adukia

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Mumbai           CA. Nihar N. Jambusaria

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Pune                 CA. Abraham Kallivayalil Babu

Chennai            CA. G. Sekar

Hyderabad        CA. Sumantra Guha

Kolkata            CA. Anuj Goyal

Ghaziabad        CA. Atul Kumar Gupta

Faridabad         Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee

New Delhi        Shri Sunil Kanoria

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