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2013 2:58 am Related News Music has added light to Navjot? Ramsaran is now a tabla and keyboard player in a jagran association. It had an average occupancy of 60 per cent at pan India Cinemax multiplexes, says Wankhede The film also did well at single screens With four shows dailythe film made Rs 24 lakh at G7 in its opening weekend With a dud Bollywood show last weekendthe multiplexes and single screens are now looking forward to Ranbir Kapoor-Deepika Padukone-starrer Yeh Jaawani Hai Deewani that has already generated tremendous hype For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 4 2017 4:54 am Top News The HC Friday pulled up the state for providing police protection to some political leaders who have not paid their dues to the force The court said the state should recover the dues from political parties in cases where party functionaries have not made the relevant payment A division bench of Chief Justice Manjula Chellur and Justice Girish Kulkarni was hearing a PIL by Sunny Punamiya raising concern about outstanding dues from individuals provided police protection He pointed out that most such persons were either builders or businessmen On recovering dues from poltical leaders the court said “Recover the dues from political parties if the functionaries are not paying We want to know why the dues are not recovered” The court said going by the records payments had not been made for years but the state continued to provide the protection “You are not running the police department only for the rich people Don’t put the general public at risk If necessary you run a separate agency for providing protection to private individuals” Public prosecutor Abhinandan Vagyani informed the bench that the protection had been provided despite non-payment of dues only in cases of political functionaries facing a threat to their lives He also said they had reserved police personnel for providing security The bench clarified that it was not its view that police protection should not be provided to individuals but its only concern was to see that it should not mean a loss to the public exchequer “Threat perception is bound to be there for politicians but it does not mean they will not pay money” said the court According to data submitted by the state 1034 individuals including 242 from Mumbai have been provided police protection On an average four policemen are deployed per person The same chart says that 482 persons are ‘other than’ constitutional functionaries The court sought to know who these 482 persons were The matter has been adjourned for two weeks For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Berlin | Published: August 16 2017 8:08 pm The latest incidents occurred on Monday when Hertha Berlin’s game at Hansa Rostock was twice held up (Source: AP) Related News Fan trouble and the threat of violence are overshadowing Friday’s start to the Bundesliga Defending champion Bayern Munich hosts Bayer Leverkusen to get the league underway but unsavoury scenes in the German Cup and the threat of more to come have dominated headlines in the build-up “I have become very concerned in the last weeks and months that there were martial marches in the context of football games `war declarations’ and inhuman actions against teams and their fans” German soccer federation president Reinhard Grindel said Wednesday “Football can’t stand for that It has to stop” The latest incidents occurred on Monday when Hertha Berlin’s game at Hansa Rostock was twice held up First Hertha fans lit flares and fireworks in their corner Later the match was stopped for a much longer suspension when Rostock fans taunted their rivals with a Hertha banner stolen from a previous game They set it alight as fireworks flew in both directions Some landed on the field and referee Robert Hartmann led the players off as fires broke out amid unoccupied seats with riot police lined up alongside The police were unable to intervene because of a fence separating them from the masked fans who continued taunting their rivals as others joined in derogatory chants The game was not abandoned but resumed more than a quarter of an hour later to the sound of explosions “That will occupy everyone in the coming days and weeks – federations clubs fans It absolutely cannot go on like this” Hertha general manager Michael Preetz said Officials were helpless to prevent the trouble despite it being labelled a high-risk game “When you see that there were 1700 police and more than 300 wardens here that sniffer dogs and high-definition cameras are in operation Everything that can be done to keep order was done” Rostock chairman Robert Marien said “It can only be solved by society as a whole” Rostock police chief Michael Ebert said it was likely club officials had facilitated the stolen banner’s entry into the stadium a charge rejected by Marien Potential trouble was averted in Berlin earlier Monday when police detained 91 Dynamo Berlin fans before their side’s game against Schalke They had received information that rival fans had pre-arranged a fight The police who found balaclavas and expandable batons among the fans released the detainees after the game Some ultra groups previously displayed banners calling for “war” against the German federation in response to a general clampdown on pyrotechnics at games Despite being banned pyrotechnics featured prominently at many games last season including the German Cup final between Borussia Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt Security had been heightened for that game but still fans managed to smuggle in their flares and fireworks Federation general secretary Friedrich Curtius said this showed “the high criminal energy” of some fan groups Bavarian interior minister Joachim Herrmann has called for clubs to distance themselves from the ultra fan groups “The statements that I’ve been made aware of from the ultra scene in the last days are really totally unacceptable” Herrmann told TV station Sat 1 Other politicians have echoed his call for tougher sanctions and zero-tolerance for violence as have club officials “We’re on the wrong path when we’re talking about a war-scenario in connection with football” Preetz said “We have to have a factual discussion That will be hard enough in the next weeks” Grindel called Wednesday for a change in how the federation deals with infringements to refrain from collective punishments such as fines for clubs and partial stadium closures – these were the standard responses before “We have to build trust through dialogue” said Grindel who said the federation very much welcomed talks with ultras in Dresden “We want to find common ways to achieve transparent and fair measures to ensure a positive stadium experience” Grindel referred to the positive sides of German soccer culture – the impressive choreographies secondary events outside stadiums campaigns for tolerance low ticket prices the great atmosphere at games – but said clear lines have to be drawn including the “the renouncement of violence” “It’s time for a rethink” Grindel said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 13 2017 5:22 am The ED has found that Mahesh Kisan Motewar and his firm collected money from investors and allegedly laundered it through 34 group companies Related News The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday attached assets worth Rs 207 crore of a Pune-based firm Samruddha Jeevan Foods India Ltd and its promoter who allegedly ran a ponzi scheme and raised over Rs 3500 crore from at least 20 lakh investors The ED in a statement said the funds generated through the ponzi scheme was “laundered for expansion of other businesses like construction media hospitality software etc and for personal comforts” The ED has found that Mahesh Kisan Motewar and his firm collected money from investors and allegedly laundered it through 34 group companies This money according to the ED was used to “acquire immovable properties ranging from plots/lands commercial complex hotels resorts flats bungalows and movable properties” “The CID Pune in its chargesheet found that accused Motewar chief managing director of Samruddha Jeevan and his two wives with others have been engaged in the offence of criminal conspiracy and cheating whereby more than 20 lakh small investors across India have been attracted through their livestock business schemes like rearing sale and purchase of livestocks They lured people to invest money by falsely promising unreasonably high returns and generated funds more than Rs 3500 crore” said the ED statement The ED which is investigating the case under the stringent Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) has attached immovable properties of the firm and its promoter worth Rs 20355 crore and a helicopter parked at the Juhu airport in Mumbai worth Rs 343 crore “Properties were purchased in the name of the main company and many of its associated companies like Prosperity Agro India Ltd Samruddha Jeevan Multistate Multipurpose Co-op Society Ltd Samruddha Jeevan Constructions Pvt Ltd,had cash registers For all the latest Mumbai News,police are trying to trace other wives of Karkhanis. 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