Rajasthan government’s criminal law proposal to bludgeon media : Editors Association
Rajasthan Government’s verdict has been called by editor’s association of India to make the Criminal Laws (Rajasthan Amendment) Ordinance, 2017 into an Act as an effort to beating the envoy and restricting press liberty.
Rajasthan has proclaimed that it will present the Code of Criminal Procedure (Rajasthan Amendment) Bill in the Rajasthan Assembly session that begins on Monday.
The verdict bars court from picking up private matters opposing public servants including ex judges, lawmakers, ministers and officials devoid of the government’s permit.
It also stops the media from mentioning a culprit as far as the government provides its permission for probe.
In September, decisive of the order disseminated by the Vasundhara Raje government, the editors’ body stated while it was apparently done to safeguard the judiciary and the bureaucracy against fake FIRs.
The editor’s association of India has directed the Rajasthan government to straight away take back the order and stop from changing it into law.
“Before taking severe actions to stop and penalize those who involve in perky or fake proceedings, the Rajasthan government has approved a decree that is determined beating the envoy.” It stated.
Moreover, Legal experts have also condemned the decision, interrogating the limitations the decree puts on liberty of the press.
Two died as enfeeble storm Lan reaches close to Tokyo
Japan: Nearly two people lost their lives in a storm Lan that hit Japan on Monday. The people witnessed heavy landslides and flooding due to which the normal life of people gets paralyzed. The train as well as plane services were also disrupted.
On Monday, Lan was noted in the category 2 typhoon hitting Tokyo. As per Tropical Storm Risk monitoring site, earlier the typhoon was noted as a powerful category 4 storms when it hit north side of Japan.
Due to the powerful typhoon, a man in his 60s lost live who was passing from a building site and another fisherman died in his boat. Apart from it, more than 85 people got wounded in the storm.
The rivers are flowing above the normal level in various areas of Japan due to heavy rainfall.
350 flights were rescinded and train services were suspended in Tokyo.
Several people were forced to leave their homes on Sunday as the typhoon reached Japan and people faced torrential rain and wind in the region.
#HappyBirthday: ‘Bahubali’ Prabhas turned 38-yrs old today
Tamil Actor Prabhas turned 38 years old today. He is known for his outstanding acting in blockbuster film ‘Bahubali’ that achieved 1200 crore at the box office. The actor was born on 23 October, 1979 in Madras.
Prabhas’s commendable acting has been highly appreciated following the immense success of movie Bahubali. For this film, Prabhas had increased his weight by about 30 kilos.
He is well-known South Indian actors whose statue has been made in Wax Statue Madame Tussauds Museum in Bangkok few days back. Earlier, Prabhas wanted to become a businessman.
Talking about his professional career, the actor has signed film ‘Saaho’. The makers of film have released the first look of movie on the special day. In the first poster, Prabhas can be seen walking in a foggy road with black attire. He also donned scarf over his face. The poster is so classy!
On Twitter, two hashtags #SaahoFirstLook and “#HBDDarlingPrabhas” has been trending a lot today.
Film Saaho features Neil Nitin Mukesh and Mandira Bedi in the negative characters. It stars Jackie Shroff and Chunky Pandey in lead roles.
India defeated Malaysia to win Asia Cup 2017
Indian Hockey team beat Malaysia by 2-1 on Sunday in the Asia Cup Hockey final to secure its third title.
Players Ramandeep Singh and Lalit Upadhyay showcased great performance as they scored off field goals. The opponent team also put their great efforts in the 50th minute of game when Shahril Saabah clinched a goal from the back.
Currently, India lies on sixth position among hockey game in the world. Both the teams were worried for the game but the protection did adequate to carry on.
Pakistan team clinched bronze medal after defeating Korea by 6-3 in the third-fourth place play-off match prior.
Indian team have till now won all the games apart from 1-1 draw against Korea in the Super 4 stage of tournament. In the third minute of game, India dominated the opponent team.
Player Chinglensana Singh’s back hit from close range then went broad as India washed out a great opportunity.
Malaysia achieved its first penalty corner in the 13th minute of game, though, later it was shattered.
Harmanpreet Singh was then refused by Razie Rahim as he made a goalline put aside to exclude the ex’s kick from India’s first penalty corner.
A minute before half-time, Upadhyay doubled India’s lead when he beautifully deflected home Sumit’s reverse hit cross from the left flank.
Malaysia team raised attack during the last 10 minutes. The team had a great chance to take the game into attack following it received its third penalty corner.
During the last three minutes, Malaysian team demanded goalkeeper for an extra player but the chance botched to give the preferred outcome.
Nokia 3310 3G Pre-Order begins on Best Buy In US
Finnish smartphone maker company Nokia is ready to unveil Nokia 3310 3G cellphone in the markets of US. The pre-orders of handset has started on Best Buy websites in US markets.
Nokia 3310 3G handset has a price tag of $59.99. The cellphone will be unveiled on October 29. The customer will be able to purchase handset in Yellow, Charcoal (dark gray), Warm Red, and Azure (light blue) color variants. The smartphone will boasts a matte finish body, silver keyboards.
The cellphone provides 6.5 hours of talk time and its battery last for about 27 days on standby mode. It boasts 2.4-inch TFT display that comes with a pixel resolution of 320 x 240, 16GB of internal storage that can be expandable to up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Coming to its camera details, the cellphone has 2-megapixel rear camera with LED flash as well as FM radio app. The smartphone doesn’t involve front camera for selfies.