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The mob was pacified after the police and the district administration assured them of justice and compensation, said Pandey Rajesh is one of the accused in the bomb attack on the then BSP minister Nand Gopal Gupta alias Nandi on July 122010in which The Indian Express reporter Vijay Pratap Singh and another person was killed Nandi was seriously injured SP MLA Vijay Mishra is the main accused in the case For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: March 13 2014 3:43 am Related News The Bombay High Court on Wednesday asked students of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) charged for allegedly obstructing eviction of slum dwellers in Deonar to explain their stand to the deputy commissioner of police of the area The students said they were carrying out their project work in the area and had only asked the police whether they had eviction notices A division bench of Justices N H Patil and Anuja Prabhudessai was hearing a petition filed by 13 students from the institute who sought quashing of the complaint filed against them The students were booked under Section 143 (punishment for unlawful assembly) and 186 (obstructing public servant in discharge of public functions) of the Indian Penal Code According to the police the students had obstructed an eviction drive carried out by the State Public Works Department where over 50 homeless families all belonging to the Masanjogi community — a denotified nomadic tribe — were asked to evict the pavements They had been living there for several years The lawyer who appeared for the students told the bench that as part of their project work the students were working with the community of pavement dwellers He told the court that they were only trying to get information whether the slum dwellers had received any eviction notice The students said they would approach their lawyer and institute director S Parasuraman and then meet the DCP The public prosecutor however told the court that the police had told them that the slums were illegal She said some of the witnesses had stated that despite the police reasoning with them the students misbehaved She also said that the students were not cooperating with the police during investigation “Obstructing demolition of illegal construction in itself is an offence” said the prosecutor “Contact the DCP of that area and explain your stand That is the only way Officer must be satisfied” said Justice Patil The court has posted the petition for hearing after two weeks Expressing displeasure the judges said the students could not obstruct a government official from carrying out his duty They were of the view that the students might have used “authoritative language with the police officers” In the last hearing advocate Mihir Desai who appeared for the students told the court that they had almost completed their course and were planning to go abroad The lawyer appearing for the students on Wednesday reiterated the same argument pleading the court to consider their future prospects The court had on the last occasion said the students could be let off by undertaking an apology The bench had asked the prosecutor to discuss the case with senior police officers and inform the court about the same on Wednesday The incident dates back to November 2013 when the students allegedly tried to obstruct the eviction of pavement dwellers near Anushakti Nagar mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 22 2012 1:03 am Related News CHANDIGARH: Riding high on Monishas superb unbeaten knock of 70 runsLIC Cricket AcademySector 26registered a 55-run win over Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 56in the first semifinal match played during First LIC T-20 Cricket Tournament for womenat the GMSSS-26 grounds in Chandigarh Batting firstLIC team posted a good total of 137 runs for the loss of four wickets in 20 overs Opener Monisha (70 not out) was in blazing form while Shalu hammered 30 runs Shalu and Monisha were involved in 80 runs partnership Chasing 138 for winGMSSS-56 team was bundled out for just 72 runs in 12 overs Soni bagged three wickets while Monika and Preeti claimed two wickets each With this winLIC team has reached the final of the championship Sacred Heart SchoolSector 26will take on Dev Samaj SchoolSector 21in the second semifinal Rolling Tigers skaters rule the roost PANCHKULA: The Rolling Tigers Academy skaters came out with all guns blazing and won a total of 77 medals during the 10th Bhavan Skating Competitionthat was held from May 18 to May 20 at Bhavan Vidyalaya SchoolSector 27Chandigarh The 77 medals included 37 gold27 silver and 13 bronze Around 200 skaters in the age group between Under-4 to Above-14 from the Tricity participated in the contest Alsoskaters in the age group between Under 4 to Above 14 also took part in the event Results:4-6 Boys Quads: 1 Chinmaya Kansal 2 Vedant Parashar 3 Pranav6-8 Girls Quads: 1 Kavneer Kaur 2 Sonakshi Verma 3 Aarushi Sur; 6-8 Boys Quads: 1 Kartik Jindal 2 Nitansh Singla 3 Sumel Singh; 8-10 Girls: 1 Akshita Shourie 2 Kiranjot; 8-10 Girls Inline: 1 Ayushi; 8-10 Boys Quads: 1 Sanyam Bansal 2 Aditya Dabas 3 Saksham Bansal; 10-12 Quads Boys: 1 Adhiraj Kundlas 2 Pranshu; 10-12 Boys Inline: 1 Harsh Gupta 2 Ojas 3 Harsh Sehrawat; 10-12 Girls Inline: 1 Navya Ohri; 12-14 Boys Quads: 1 Siddhrath Jain 2 Balkirat 3 Mohit; 12-14 Girls Quads: 1 Runjhun 2 Tamanna Maan 3 Shivani; 12-14 Boys Inline: 1 Anuj Sood 2 Gaurav Bishnoi 3 Rushat Parihar; Above 14 Boys Quads: 1 Ajay Saini 2 Sudhanshu Jain; Above 14 Boys Inline: 1 Shubham Aggarwal For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 30 2012 12:50 am Related News Granting relief to aircraft ownersthe Bombay High Court on Thursday quashed the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporations demand notices seeking to levy octroi on the import of aircraft in Mumbai Jet AirwaysReliance Commercial Dealers Limited (RCDL) and Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company Limited (TELCL) had moved the High Court challenging the BMCs notices Arguing for Jet Airwaysa team of senior counsels T AndhyarujinaE P Bharucha and Birendra Saraf had submitted that the aircraft owners stated that the aircraft was not usedconsumed or sold in Mumbaiconditions that would attract the levy of octroi They argued that in such a caseoctroi should also be levied on the first entry of foreign carriers that load passengers and travel out of Mumbai The octroi demanded by the corporation from Jet Airways stood at Rs 28 crore while that recovered from TELCL is Rs 31 lakh Howeverpronouncing the judgment over video-conference on Thursday eveningJustice S A Bobde and Justice R D Dhanuka ordered the octroi recovered from TELCL be refunded Since the BMC had assured the court in case of Jet Airways that it would take no coercive action against the airline for the recovery of octroiin 2010the court said that RCDL would have to be granted similar protection The entry of the aircraft is transitorythe counsels for RCDL Janak Dwarkadas and Cherag Balsara told the court The RCDL contended that the levy of octroi would lead to imposition of substantial financial burden and would amount to an unreasonable restriction on right to carry on trade and business. she says. 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