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It will have dispersal points at Juhu Koliwada and Carter Road. MGP-led mahayuti and the AAP. could be taken as yet another censure of his own party and government.but digitisation would help the agency to trace records or documents in a safer and faster way, he added Assistance of reputed IT companies have been taken to ensure that the server in which all the digitised data will be kept cannot be hacked CID officials said in the past one year there have been several occasions when they failed to trace out records and case diaries of important old cases There have been instances in which the CID failed to find out the case diary or records from its own office In some casesdocuments have been deliberately destroyed for political reasons during the change of guardsit was feared Referring to the case of 1970 Sainbari killings at Burdwan in which CPM goons allegedly killed several members of a Congress-supporting familythe officials said during the hearing of a PIL in 2010the Supreme Court wanted the records of the case from the Calcutta High Court But the records were not available The Sain Bari killing case had been investigated by the CID office at Asansol and no records were available there No records could be traced out from the Burdwan SPs office either The trial was held at Alipore sessions court but no records were found there too Like the Sain Bari massacrethe records of some other old cases could not be found with the CIDsaid the officials following which the digitisation process has begun For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Harare | Published: November 8 2016 10:37 pm Sri Lanka captain Rangana Herath recorded figures of 5 for 89 (AP Photo) Top News Rangana Herath became just the third bowler to pick up five-wicket hauls against all nine Test opponents to earn Sri Lanka a big first-innings lead before Zimbabwe bounced back on the third day of the third Test at Harare Sports Club today Herath recorded figures of 5 for 89 – his first five-wicket haul against Zimbabwe – to bowl the home side out for 272 and give Sri Lanka a 232-run lead in the first innings But after the tourists opted not to enforce the follow-on fast bowler Carl Mumba picked up three wickets to reduce Sri Lanka to 84 for four With opener Dimuth Karunaratne scoring an unbeaten 54 –his third fifty-plus score in four innings — Sri Lanka went to stumps on 102 for four giving them an overall lead of 334 with two days to play Although Herath had come into the series with 26 five-wicket hauls in Test cricket he had never played against Zimbabwe in a 17-year career On Tuesday he joined countryman Muttiah Muralitharan and South Africa’s Dale Steyn among an elite group of bowlers with five-wicket hauls against all of the other nine Test-playing nations “If you take my career until 2009 I had only taken about 40 wickets with no five-wicket hauls” said Herath “So if you take the last seven or eight years I’ve done a consistent job for the national team It’s a different sort of achievement which makes me very happy” Although Zimbabwe reached 134 for two on the third morning in reply to Sri Lanka’s first innings total of 504 they ultimately succumbed to spin with offspinner Dilruwan Perera picking up 3 for 51 as the hosts lost their last five wickets for just 19 runs However it was fast bowler Suranga Lakmal who set Sri Lanka on their way in the morning session which saw Zimbabwe resume on 126 for two when he had Craig Ervine caught at slip for 64 in the eighth over of the day Herath got in on the action when he bowled Brian Chari for a career-best 80 with a quicker delivery and then dismissed Malcolm Waller for 18 on the stroke of lunch Zimbabwe had been rescued by their lower order in the first Test but after the interval Perera ensured there would be no such recovery as he grabbed three wickets in three overs including Sean Williams for 58 and Peter Moor for 33 All that was left was for the stand-in captain to pick up a record fifth wicket as he trapped Carl Mumba lbw Sri Lanka then tumbled to 44 for three in their second innings as Zimbabwe’s bowlers were rewarded for greater consistency Mumba had Kaushal Silva and Kusal Mendis caught in front of the wicket while Cremer trapped Upul Tharanga lbw First-innings centurion Dhananjaya de Silva attempted to rebuild with Karunaratne but scooped a low full toss straight to extra cover in the final half-hour of the day Nevertheless Zimbabwe faced a serious deficit as they look to level the two-match series “Let’s be honest if they put another 100 on it will be a lot” said batting coach Lance Klusener “But at the same time we’d like to finish this Test match on our terms” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rohit Alok | Mumbai | Updated: March 15 2016 4:42 am Illustration: C R Sasikumar Related News Wrongfully parked cars extremely loud neighbours rude policemen bad traffic crimes in Thane city are only a part of the range of complaints that have flooded the Mumbai Police ever since it began to talk to Mumbaiites on social media via its Twitter handle @MumbaiPolice “As a strategy it works to connect with people” says one senior officer but the rest admit that the vast and diverse nature of complaints received on Twitter has left the force tried and tested Share This Article Related Article On March 12 at 929 pm a woman tweeted to the police: “I Just got a ‘Ladki ho itne bheed mein aate hi kyun ho Ghar pe baitho’ from a policeman at the #INDvsSA prac match” She gave the exact location and got a reply: “We have forwarded your complaint to concern authority Please let us know if you know the name of the police official” In the pre-Twitter world she might not have complained at all Now close on the heels of how the mainstream media reports on the Mumbai Police it is the force’s Twitter timeline that reflects its performance in the real world one IPS officer admits For now the official discourse on Twitter is composed of straightforward replies – ‘Please share exact location for prompt help’ ‘please visit the nearest police station and file this complaint’ ‘please share details of your complaint here’ ‘we are forwarding this to the traffic police’ ‘your complaint has been noted and forwarded’ ‘kindly visit police station on Saturday between 9:00 am to 11:00 am to get the status of your FIR’ and so on Traffic evidently gives rise to a lot of the complaints Twitter users send pictures of the traffic situation and find themselves mostly pacified by @MumbaiPolice: “Your complaint has been noted and forwarded to the traffic department” Almost every three hours a commuter sends pictures of uniformed policemen on motorcycles minus helmets Another trend is that people reach out to the Twitter handle when they cannot reach the police on the emergency number 100 For instance “@shrutideb: Auto no ending with 1812 harassed me at the end of freeway shivaji chowk Tried calling 100 didn’t work @MumbaiPolice” There are also rather too many wild goose chases A senior police officer recounts one such tale – “A woman tweeted to Mumbai Police that two boys on a bike near Cigarette Factory in Chakala wrongfully touched her I was asked to find this girl but I never found her To probe complaints received via Twitter is a priority but many cases are not genuine It is a loss of manpower and time From our recent experience Twitter deceives the police” Then there is the matter of being polite no matter what while responding to agitated Twitter complainants For instance “@durgachauhan786: sir I am stay lokmanya nagar thane (w) 400606 some punks pervaded in house and hit one man police doesn’t take any action” and Mumbai Police’s response was – “@durgachauhan786 Please contact Thane Police as it is their jurisdiction” The Thane police’s control room number was duly added In January at a farewell for former Mumbai Police Commissioner Ahmad Javed who launched the @MumbaiPolice Twitter handle one senior officer said “Sir you opened another channel of communication between the public and the police but it has given me and my officers sleepless nights” Have a comment or suggestion for Police Diary Write to [email protected] with subjectline: Police Diary For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSydney: The "voice of cricket" Richie Benaud has been honoured with his face on a 50-cent coin in Australia with a limited mintage inspired by statistics from his storied career The new limited-edition Richie Benaud 50-cent coin Image courtesy: Twitter/ @RoyalAustMint The former Australian Test captain and broadcaster beloved by fans around the world for his peerless television commentary and his catchphrase "marvellous" died in his sleep last year aged 84 He played his last Test against South Africa in 1964 and the new coin was released to coincide with Australia’s third Test against the Proteas under way in Adelaide Royal Australian Mint’s chief executive Ross MacDiarmid said it was an honour to feature Benaud on the currency "The coin design commemorates his reputable career in the many layers from the Australian cricket team captain to his renowned status in the commentary box” he said The collectible edition has a limited mintage of 95929 reflecting Benaud’s career achievements including balls bowled runs scored and wickets taken "The Royal Australian Mint’s concept for a coin depicting Richie’s life was an idea enthusiastically endorsed by the Benaud family" said his wife Daphne "It is a quality product and we are delighted he has been honoured in this way” A pioneer of entertaining attacking cricket the veteran of 63 Test matches was the first player to score 2000 Test runs and take 200 Test wickets After calling time on his playing career he moved into commentary first with the BBC in England where he was as well known as in Australia for his dry wit and distinctive style and then later Australia’s Channel Nine Bonn: In a major victory for India and other developing countries on pre-2020 climate actions that the developed world on Wednesday agreed to discuss the issue at the next two climate conferences in subsequent two years As part of the agreement that was reached at the UN Climate Change conference in Bonn Fiji which is presiding over the conference named COP23 has also been asked to send letters to all the countries which are yet to ratify the Doha amendments to the Kyoto Protocol of 1997 to do so "as soon as possible" The developed countries have also been asked to give information by 1 May 2018 on the progress they have made on pre-2020 actions that relates to their obligations under the Kyoto Protocol that includes reduction of emissions and transfer of technology and finance India and the developing countries had been demanding since the start of the climate summit on 6 November that pre-2020 climate actions be included in the formal agenda of the negotiations The developed world had so far been resisting it People pass the German pavilion in the shape of the earth during the COP 23 Fiji UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn Germany AP A strong message was communicated to the developed countries that post-2020 climate action as part of the 2015 Paris Agreement cannot be divorced from pre-2020 commitments India’s Environment Secretary CK Mishra said in a statement Early entry into force of the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol is at the heart of pre-2020 discussions which entails revisit of greenhouse gas mitigation targets by the developed countries and provision of finance technology and capacity building support to developing countries Although this agenda has significant bearing on the developing countries and been under discussion since 2007 it was slowly relegated to the background Mishra added Two years after the world united around the Paris Climate Agreement and a year after its entry into force the 197 parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 197 have reconvened for their 23rd annual climate change talks (this one is COP 23) in Bonn till 17 November The talks which began on 6 November are expected to take a number of decisions necessary to bring the Paris Agreement to life including meaningful progress on the agreement to implement guidelines to keep global warming within 15 degrees Celsius with an aim to cut greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels All we see is one party blaming the other,In Washington, goal difference and goals scored, Kerala tried to equalise on two occasions, Nehra likes to stay fit and spend time in the gym. 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We will once again verify all documents. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Yubaraj Ghimire | Kathmandu | Published: August 19, The central figure in power at the time and place of the riots has not been punished in either case. which was recently in the line of fire, That in itself is a great achievement to me.

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