The court sought a reply by September 21.and advocate Rajesh Mankad.sister of the deceased.

the kin of the deceased have demanded that the investigating officer in the case be changed. Bose,Written by Shiv Sahay Singh | Kolkata | Published: February 14 With PTI inputs For all the latest Kolkata News, morale ahead of the next year? security officials said on Friday.Felipe Flores was chief of police in Iguala when the students disappeared on the night of Sept 26 2014 He was one of the people most likely to know what happened to the students according to experts on the case which hugely embarrassed the government Watch What Else Is Making News Flores who had been a fugitive for two years was arrested while visiting his wife in Iguala national security commissioner Renato Sales told a news conference According to the government’s initial findings the 43 were abducted by corrupt police in Iguala and handed over to a drug cartel which mistook them for members of a rival gang Then the government said they were murdered incinerated and ground up and their remains dumped in a nearby river So far the remains of only one of the 43 students have been definitively identified The parents of the missing are still pressuring the government hard for answers A group of international experts who reviewed the evidence sharply criticized the government’s version of events helping to dent the credibility of President Enrique Pena Nieto For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMexico City | Published: October 22 2017 4:53 pm Figures on wage growth also came in better than expected but they were flattered by bonus payments in the financial sector. but prices are still rising faster than wages. We had sent a detailed report to the senior authorities and they have suspended Dr Shiv Charan, said Dr Boparai Sultanwindmeanwhilesaid he never expected that doctors would attack him and threaten him with dire consequences I had submitted a complaint regarding this to the policebut no action was taken I was beaten black and blue by the doctors?

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unions in the universities and colleges of the state, the ministry said. Adzrul Azizi bin Bajuri (19) was issued with a Restriction Order, The one who shot Crutcher will be placed on leave, 2016 12:54 am Top News A Tulsa police officer shot and killed a black man who ignored repeated requests to put up his hands before reaching into an SUV that was stalled in the middle of a street, The officials said in case a call is not answered for half-an-hour, 2010 3:37 am Related News To overcome the problem of frequent powercuts,000 Rohingya Muslims to seek refuge in Bangladesh, and said violators would be punished.But in her first address to the Buddhist-majority nation on the crisis she did not address UN accusations of ethnic cleansing by the security forces drawing cool international responses “We’ve never changed our stand” Suu Kyi said in an interview with Radio Free Asia when asked if she had softened her stance on the military which she challenged for years in her campaign for democracy “Our goal has been national reconciliation from the very beginning We have never criticised the military itself but only their actions We may disagree on these types of actions” She cited her unsuccessful bid in parliament to change a military-drafted constitution which bars her from the presidency and gives the military responsibility over security and a veto over charter reform “We’ll continue to bring changes within the parliament I’ve stood firm with the military before and still do now” As in her speech on Tuesday she did not refer to the accusations that the military is engaged in ethnic cleansing Suu Kyi the daughter of Myanmar’s independence leader who founded the army has for years been feted in the West as a champion of democracy during years of military rule and house arrest But the Nobel Peace laureate has faced growing criticism for saying little about abuses faced by the Rohingya Rights monitors and fleeing Rohingya say the army and Rakhine Buddhist vigilantes have mounted a campaign of arson aimed at driving out the mostly stateless Muslim population The UN rights agency said it was “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing” Myanmar rejects the charge saying its forces are tackling insurgents of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army who it has accused of setting the fires and attacking civilians ‘DESTROYING’ REPUTATION Western diplomats and aid officials had been hoping that in her first address on the Rakhine State conflict she would issue an unequivocal condemnation of violence and hate speech They welcomed the message as far as it went but some had been hoping for a stronger stand and doubted if she had done enough to deflect global criticism Suu Kyi condemned all rights violations and said she was committed to the restoration of peace and the rule of law and action would be taken against violators On the return of refugees she said Myanmar was ready to start a verification process under a 1993 arrangement with Bangladesh and “refugees from this country will be accepted without any problem” She also said diplomats could visit the conflict zone In a phone call to Suu Kyi US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson welcomed the Myanmar’s commitment to allow the return of refugees but urged it to facilitate humanitarian aid to those affected by the violence and to address “deeply troubling” human rights abuse allegations the State Department said Britain said it had suspended its military training programme in Myanmar and French President Emmanuel Macron condemned “unacceptable ethnic cleaning” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the General Assembly: “The authorities in Myanmar must end the military operations allow unhindered humanitarian access and recognise the right of refugees to return in safety and dignity; and they must also address the grievances of the Rohingya” Twenty-two members of the US Congress wrote to Tillerson calling for a “strong meaningful” response and the head of the influential Senate Foreign Relations Committee Bob Corker said Suu Kyi risked “destroying” her reputation as a force for positive change “She had yet another opportunity today to stand up for the Rohingya minority … but instead refused to acknowledge the military’s role in the ongoing atrocities” he said Western governments that backed Suu Kyi’s campaign against military rule still see her as the best hope for Myanmar’s political and economic transition But she has to avoid angering the army and alienating supporters by being seen to take the side of a Muslim minority that enjoys little sympathy in a country that has seen a surge of Buddhist nationalism For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News For all the latest World News.

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