Assam police arrested seven german nationals

Assam police arrested seven german nationals

The Assam Police on Friday detained seven German nationals for violating visa norms. All seven are accused of violating the rules of tourist visas. Police claim that all were propagating Christianity. For this missionary (M) visa is required but he came on a tourist visa and was engaged in illegally spreading Christianity among the people. All are being taken into custody and interrogated. Special Director General of Police GP Singh said a fine of US$ 500 has also been imposed on each of the foreign nationals caught. He said the group of German nationals was kept under a restraining order at a private resort in Kaziranga National Park in the Golaghat district. He had been living here since October 25.

The country got 186 brave officers
The brave officers were commissioned on Saturday at the Officers Training Academy (OTA) in Chennai. After the passing out parade, 151 male and 35 female cadets joined the army. 28 female and eight male cadets from abroad including 30 from Bhutan, four from Maldives, and two from Nigeria also passed out.


After the martyrdom of her husband, Harveen joined the army.
Three years after the martyrdom of Major KPS Kahlon, his wife Harveen Kaur joined the army. His son Anhadbir Singh was also present at the OTA to see him taking the commission. agency

Senior officer arrested in Assam taking 90 thousand bribe
A senior officer in the Assam government has been arrested for accepting a bribe of Rs 90,000. Police said Rs 49.24 lakh in cash was also recovered from his house. The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Wing of Assam Police arrested Additional Joint Secretary Kishan Kumar Sharma on Friday night. Sharma is Joint Secretary, of the Home and Political Department in the Government of Assam. He was caught taking bribes to renew the license of the security company. Sharma is an Assam Civil Services (ACS) officer.

The driver cannot be punished for the death of a pet dog in a road accident: High Court
Bangalore. The Karnataka High Court, while making a comment, said that the provisions of rash driving are only for humans and not for animals. The High Court held that the provisions of section 279 of the IPC for rash driving can be applied only if it has caused harm to a human being.

Following this, the court has dismissed a case pending in the trial court against a car driver who was charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Motor Vehicles Act for the death of the pet dog of the complainant. . Section 279 of IPC deals with rash driving on public roads. According to this, the guilty can be jailed for 6 months, a fine of Rs 1,000, or both.

Two-day international conference on election management from tomorrow
The Election Commission of India will host a two-day international conference on 'Role, Framework and Potential of Election Management Bodies (EMBs)' from October 31. It will be inaugurated by Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar. Election Commissioner Dr. Anoop Chandra Pandey will preside over the concluding session.

The Commission has invited Greece, Mauritius and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) to co-lead. In addition, UNDP and International Idea are invited along with election management bodies and government counterparts related to the conduct of elections around the world.

About 50 participants from 11 countries including Armenia, Mauritius, Nepal, Cabo Verde, Australia, Chile, Micronesia, Greece, Philippines, So Tomé and Principe, United States of America, and three international organizations - IFES, International Idea, and UNDP India will attend the conference. likely to be involved.

Election Commissioner Anoop Chandra Pandey will preside over the discussion session on the summary of the recommendations on November 1. There will also be a conference on 'Technology' and 'Inclusive Elections' to firmly implement the Group's recommendations on election integrity.

Sea water receding on the beach in Kozhikode, panic among locals
The seawater receded from the Nainamvalappu beach of Kozhikode in Kerala on Saturday evening, triggering panic among the locals. The district administration said there was no tsunami warning so far. District Collector Narasimhugari TL Reddy has issued a warning to the local people asking them not to go to the sea level.

Reddy informed that in the evening the seawater went down by about 30 meters. Later it gradually decreased to 50-70 meters. However, since it is nighttime, we cannot measure the distance right now. He said that the local people claim that this happens once a year.

Pakistan: Two killed in armed attack in Quetta
Armed people opened fire in Quetta city of Balochistan province of Pakistan. Two people were killed and seven were injured in the incident that took place in front of the sessions court. One of the injured, Sardar Naseem Tareen, was coming out of the court after the hearing when unidentified men attacked him outside the court premises. Meanwhile, armed assailants waiting outside the court opened fire. After the incident, the injured were taken to the trauma center of the nearest hospital. Let us tell you, insurgent elements are active in the area and the reason for the conflict here is not only terrorism but also the pressure of the army-government on the local people.

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