Daily Archive: April 27, 2018
On April 21, a man approached the Ghazipur police station in east Delhi and reported that his 10-year-old daughter, who had gone to the market, had not returned. The Delhi Police immediately began the investigation and found a CCTV footage in which a juvenile was spotted taking the girl along with him. Police traced the juvenile to a madrasa at Neelmani colony in Ghaziabad the following night and nabbed him and rescued the minor girl. The medical examination of the girl revealed that she had been raped.
“The raid was successful since the minor and the maulvi were nabbed from a room,” Rakesh Singh, Inspector-in-charge of Sahibabad police station, was quoted as saying by news agency IANS . On April 23, the victim recorded her statement in front of a magistrate, stating that the juvenile had taken her to the madrasa to make her meet his friends. The next day, the case was transferred to the Crime Branch. The girl’s parents have claimed that the madrasa’s cleric was in the know of the fact that the minor was being held captive on the premises.
She said she was taken from Ghaziabad to Sahibabad Madrassa where she was held captive in a room. The Maulvi and his friends sexually assaulted her at first and then said to have raped her many times. She said her cries for help went unheard as classes would be held in the adjacent room. The room where she was held captive was used by Maulvi to relax between classes.
Cops found the survivor lying wrapped in a floor mat on the first floor of the madrassa during the rescue operation. The room in which she was locked up was used by the maulvi to rest between classes
In fact, the girl’s family recently blocked National Highway 24 and also held a candlelight march, calling for the arrest of the cleric. Political parties have jumped in the case with Delhi BJP MPs Manoj Tiwari and Maheish Girri meeting the family of the accused and demanding strict action against the accused under the amended POCSO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offences) Act. “We demand stern action against the culprit irrespective of his age and the maulvi of the madrasa where the incident took place,” Tiwari told media. On Wednesday, BJP leaders, including Girri, held a candle march at India Gate in Delhi, demanding the arrest of the maulvi.
The cut off percentile for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test PG and NEET Super Speciality exams has been reduced by 15 per cent, according to a Union Health Ministry statement.
The decision is likely to benefit about 18,000 aspirants, and this will improve the chances of filling up PG seats and minimise wastage of seats, it said.
Referring to the decision, Union Health Minister J P Nadda said all efforts are being made to fill up post graduate seats.
“This is a significant step towards strengthening the medical sector and indicates the priority given by the government to it. We are making sure that there is adequate manpower for providing quality healthcare services,” he said. (AGENCIES)
New Delhi, April 27 (IANS) The Delhi government has told the Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC) that Muslim teachers cannot be allowed to go for Juma prayers during school hours, a senior official said on Friday.
DMC Chairman Zaraful Islam Khan told IANS that the Education Department of the Delhi government had in a written response said that teachers “can’t leave their classes” and go for Juma prayers on Friday, as it would “harm the interests of students”.
“They (Education Department) said that the rules can’t be relaxed and teachers have to reach school by 12.45 (p.m) for classes which begin at 1 (p.m),” Khan said.
Earlier, teachers had approached the Commission with a request to allow them to go for prayers on Friday, after which it had sought a response from the Education Department and the three municipal corporations on the issue.
The response from the municipal corporations were awaited, Khan said.
“The teachers told us that there is a Union Home Ministry order of 1954 which says that employees can go for prayers after foregoing a certain amount from the salary. We have written to the Home Ministry to know whether the rule is still applicable,” Khan said.
The response from the Home Ministry is yet to come, according to Khan.
Mukesh Ambani owned Reliance Jio could end your hunt for jobs. Reliance Jio has been reportedly planning to hire 80,000 employees during the current financial year. “About 1,57,000 people are on the rolls today..I will say another 75,000 to 80,000 people,” company’s Chief Human Resources Officer Sanjay Jog told reporters on sidelines of an event organised by the Society of Human Resources Management.
On attrition rate in Reliance Jio, he said it was about 32 per cent in the sales and technical areas related to constructions sites.
“If it is taken at the headquarter level, it is just 2 per cent. Average if you go it will come down to 18 per cent,” he explained. Jog said the company was having partnership with about 6,000 colleges, including technical institutions, across the country.
According to him, there are some embedded courses offered in these institutions and students who clear these are “Reliance ready”.
He said hiring would also be done through referrals and now with the help of social media platforms.
Recruitments through referrals now accounted for about 60 per cent to 70 per cent of the hirings, he said adding college and employees” referrals “are the two major contributors for our hiring plans.”