Counsel for Delhi government then said the Chief Minister had recently held a meeting for preventive and curative measures.
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For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBJP president Amit Shah on Monday appeared before a special sessions court in Ahmedabad following summons issued in the 2002 Naroda Patiya case in which 11 persons were killed Shah was summoned after the key accused in the case and former minister in the then Narendra Modi government Maya Kodnani claimed to have failed to get the BJP chief to depose as a witness in her favour The court had said it would not re-issue the summons in case Shah failed to present himself Amit Shah leaves after appearing before a sessions court in Ahmedabad as Maya Kodnani’s witness in 2002 Naroda Gaam riots case Twitter/@ANI When the 2002 communal riots took place Shah was BJP MLA from Sarkhej constituency while Kodnani was an MLA from Naroda constituency Kodnani claimed in her application that MLAs and other leaders of the BJP had assembled at the Sola Civil Hospital during the time when the Naroda Gaam killings took place She had stated in her application that Shah was present at the Sola Civil Hospital where he too was present with other party leaders and hence he should be examined too Kodnani on 12 September told a special court hearing the 2002 Naroda Gam massacre case that she could not find the address of BJP president Amit Shah to summon him as a defence witness in the Naroda Gaam case Gujarat: Amit Shah leaves after appearing before a sessions court in Ahmedabad as Maya Kodnani’s witness in 2002 Naroda Gam riots case pictwittercom/CGDNhH7Szo — ANI (@ANI) September 18 2017 CNN-News18 reporting from inside the court quoted Shah who said "I stayed at Naranpura and was Sarkhej MLA in 2002 On 27 February 2002 we got news of the Godhra incident" When asked where he was on 28 February 2002 the BJP leader said "I went to the assembly at 830 am on that day The Vidhan Sabha proceedings got over in about half an hour after condolences were given to Godhra victims" "Kodnani did not go to Naroda Gaam between being at the Assembly session and Sola Hospital We did speak about me appearing as a witness in the Naroda Patiya case but the SIT has not bothered to ask me whether I was with her on 28 February 2002 or not" When asked if Kodnani was present in the assembly Shah replied in the affirmative "After the (session of the Gujarat) Assembly got over I received many calls from Sola Civil Hospital as it was in my constituency so I went there" he said "What time did you reach the hospital What did you see there" asked defence counsel Amit Patel News18 reported "I reached between 930 pm and 945 pm There was a lot of commotion and confusion Relatives of those who died were there and the postmortem was ongoing" Top leaders from Gujarat BJP said that Kodnani filed her application for summoning defence witnesses including Shah without even speaking to them According to reports when Shah learned that his name has also been included in the list of witnesses to be summoned he is understood to have expressed anger and displeasure at this and even asked the state party leadership to reprimand Kodnani "I was not allowed entry into the postmortem room I met with family members of the Godhra victims whose postmortem and identification had been completed There were several karyakartas with me; people were angry and were raising slogans when I was coming out of the hospital" said Shah "I was at the hospital for quite some time I remember seeing Jaideep Patel and other leaders I tried to pacify the crowd but they surrounded me; the police had to take me and Kodnani away from the spot in one of their jeeps This was at around 11 or 1115 am" said Shah "I learnt about the Godhra incident when the home minister announced it in the Assembly I don’t exactly remember where I was sitting when Kodnani arrived at the hospital but the police did cordon us and take us away for protection" he added As many as 14 witnesses have already deposed and have been examined Kodnani who was convicted in the Naroda Patiya case in 2012 had insisted that she was in the state Assembly and later at her hospital when the killings occurred on 28 February 2002 The Naroda Gaam killings occurred close to another massacre site — Naroda Patiya in which 100 people were died Kodnani wanted to present Shah to testify the veracity of her claims since according to her he was with her the whole time Written by Reuters | Chicago | Published: March 6 2009 11:30 am Related News Optimists live longerhealthier lives than pessimistsUS researchers said on Thursday in a study that may give pessimists one more reason to grumble Researchers at University of Pittsburgh looked at rates of death and chronic health conditions among participants of the Women’s Health Initiative studywhich has followed more than 100000 women ages 50 and over since 1994 Women who were optimistic those who expect good rather than bad things to happen were 14 per cent less likely to die from any cause than pessimists and 30 per cent less likely to die from heart disease after eight years of follow up in the study Optimists were also less likely to have high blood pressurediabetes or smoke cigarettes The teamled Dr Hilary Tindlealso looked at women who were highly mistrustful of other people a group they called “cynically hostile” and compared them with women who were more trusting Women in the cynically hostile group tended to agree with questions such as: “I’ve often had to take orders from someone who didn’t know as much as I did” or “It’s safest to trust nobody” Tindle said in a telephone interview “These questions prove a general mistrust of people” said Tindlewho presented her study Thursday at the American Psychosomatic Society’s annual meeting in Chicago That kind of thinking takes a toll “Cynically hostile women were 16 per cent more likely to die (during the study period) compared to women who were the least cynically hostile” Tindle said They were also 23 per cent more likely to die from cancer Tindle said the study does not prove negative attitudes cause negative health effectsbut she said the findings do appear to be linked in some way “I think we really need more research to design therapies that will target people’s attitudes to see if they can be modified and if that modification is beneficial to health” she said And she said while a pessimist might think”‘I’m doomed There is nothing I can do’ I’m not sure that’s true” Tindle said “We just don’t know” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPanaji: The BJP-led coalition government in Goa under Manohar Parrikar completed 100 days in office recently with one of its constituents hailing a "more mature" Parrikar and the "pro-people" agenda of the regime However opposition Congress termed the first 100 days of the government as a "non-starter" File image of Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar PTI In the backdrop of the BJP failing to secure the popular mandate in February’s Assembly polls and finishing second behind the Congress Parrikar pulled off an impossible task of stitching the rainbow alliance which comprises the Goa Forward Party (GFP) the Maharashtravadi Gomantak Party (MGP) and three Independent legislators This is Parrikar’s fourth term as the chief minister of the coastal state He first served as the chief minister between October 2000 and June 2002 then from June 2002 to February 2005 and in March 2012 and November 2014 He had resigned as defence minister to take the charge of Goa after the poll results were declared in March The BJP leader took the oath of office on 14 March Parrikar won the Supreme Court-mandated floor test in the Assembly in March by winning over the reluctant GFP led by Vijai Sardesai a known critic of the chief minister In the 40-member House the current strength of which has been reduced to 38 following the resignations of a BJP MLA and a Congress MLA the BJP has 12 members the Congress 16 the MGP (3) the GFP (3) the NCP 1 besides the three Independent legislators Parrikar a Rajya Sabha member is yet to get elected as a member of the Goa Legislative Assembly Panaji MLA Siddharth Kuncalienkar (BJP) resigned in May apparently to vacate the seat for Parrikar whereas the Congress’ Vishwajit Rane quit after switching over to the BJP Parrikar recently unveiled a Common Minimum Programme (CMP) document which would serve as a "guiding force" for his government The document largely comprises the agenda of the BJP’s allies which includes re-classification of the coconut trees shifting the casinos bringing a land-use plan and introduction of the Transfer of Developmental Rights (TDRs) While Parrikar refused to be interviewed on completion of 100 days in office the allies reiterated their support to the government Sardesai who contested the election against the BJP told PTI that the chief minister was a "more mature person now" compared to 2012 (when the BJP had won the popular mandate) "The 2017 (version of) Parrikar is a mature one There are certain whiskies which are 12-year-old and 18-year-old The 12-year-old whisky is also nice but the 18-year-old is more mature and therefore more expensive and tastier" he quipped On the completion of 100 days of the government Sardesai said "Non-political issues which affect the common man have been addressed effectively One of these issues is garbage The chief minister has talked about bringing a scientific garbage treatment facility and a substantial progress has been achieved in that regard" "So the issues which are not meant to inflame the passion in the people but those which affect the common man and which are non-political in nature are being addressed by the government and I am thankful for this" State Revenue Minister and Independent legislator Rohan Khaunte said the performance of the government had been "satisfactory" "I would say the first 100 days were very satisfactory because as a coalition government we have started working effectively towards the Common Minimum Programme "Each minister understood the functioning of his respective department in two months and now they are planning to deliver the goods by overhauling the entire system to cater to the common people" he added Khaunte said the government was working for the common man and implementing various measures "In the last 100 days we have accomplished a lot and I think the chief minister is categorical and clear about the vision as regards Goa’s development" he added Health Minister and former Congress leader Vishwajit Rane said he was "extremely comfortable" working with Parrikar "He (Parrikar) gives me enough freedom to work If there is any issue we sort it out through discussion Till date there has not been a point of friction on any front because we work with an open mind" he added However Congress secretary Girish Chodanakar said "The 100 days of the government have been a non-starter No pro-people measure has been initiated Parrikar is busy trying to balance the coalition" Though Parrikar has by and large avoided controversies a testing time came when the Centre issued a notification banning the sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter at the animal markets The state government had said it would write to the Centre raising certain objections to the notification On the issue of banning beef as demanded by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad Parrikar had said the state would follow the existing law Recently the chief minister was in the headlines when he recommended an audit of the reimbursement claim of Rs 1686 crore raised by the state electoral officers against the expenditure incurred by them during the Assembly polls500 Tests runs in Asia. sustained injuries in his attempt to fight the three robbers. formerly a Pakistani, The clumsy and heavy-handed manner in which the NDA-II government operates would make you think that the anti-NGO approach is something unique to it. It also seems to have inspired the persons who drafted the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, Sources said recently the IRSDC also gave a presentation before the general manager of the Northern Railways.
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Counsel for Delhi government then said the Chief Minister had recently held a meeting for preventive and curative measures.