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Will this tweet mean the end of Pakistani TV series on Indian TV Srinagar: Lieutenant General J S Sandhu has taken charge as the General officer Commanding of the Army’s strategic Chinar Corps which is responsible for guarding the Line of Control in Kashmir Valley Sandhu who became the 46th Corps Commander of Chinar Corps took over from Lt Gen Satish Dua on Monday an army spokesman said on Tuesday Representational image Reuters Commissioned into the 5th Gorkha Rifles regiment he has had an illustrious military career spanning 36 years during which he held several prestigious command staff and instructional appointments the spokesman said "The General officer has an incisive understanding of Jammu and Kashmir having served five earlier stints in the state including command of an Infantry Battalion on the Line of Control a Mountain Brigade and the elite Kupwara Division" he said A graduate of the Defence Services Staff College (DSSC) Higher Command Course and National Defence College Sandhu has also served in the Army Headquarters Infantry School Army War College and the DSSC He has also represented the country in the Indian Embassy at Kathmandu Nepal On assuming the charge he conveyed his greetings to the people of Kashmir and the entire Chinar Corps fraternity Earlier on Monday Lt Gen Dua was given a farewell in Badami Bagh Cantonment which began with both the general officers laying wreath at the War Memorial to pay homage to martyrs Dua’s tenure which began on August 27 last year has been characterized by a balanced approach of robust operations along the LoC and in hinterland on one hand and constructive engagement with the populace especially the youth on the other the spokesman said The Army has played a significant role in the ongoing unrest assisting the civil administration in restoring peace and calm he said Dua’s tenure though will be defined by the successful surgical strikes in September launched by the Army in response to the Uri terror attack he said Dua now proceeds to New Delhi on promotion to assume the charge of Chief of Integrated Staff to the Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC) He expressed hope that the situation in the Valley would soon return to normal and conveyed his best wishes to the people of Kashmir and soldiers of Chinar Corps Published: January 10 2014 1:20 am Top News AAP must think through its anti-corruption ideas Crowdsourcing sting operations could be dangerous The Aam Aadmi Party is built around a single powerful idea that corruption is a denial of citizens’ rights It was mobilised around the primary cause of transparency and integrity in decision-making But some of its chosen solutions are not only superficial they could be dangerous The idea of sting operations against public officials and a government helpline to act on these reports seeks to make vigilantes out of citizens and misunderstands the nature of corruption Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has asked people to play along when asked for a bribe surreptitiously record the meeting and submit the clip as damning proof Sting operations are an ethical minefield They are based on lies and entrapment even if in the service of a larger cause They are easy to manipulate at several levels including editing to convey the desired impression of a meeting This unease about the subterfuge and distortion of using undercover cameras is the reason stings are not admissible as legal evidence How can they be the basis of prompt government action then It is one thing to “strike terror into the hearts of bribe-takers” as Kejriwal has promised but it is equally important to give public officials a fair hearing and assess the motives of the complainant and the nature of what transpired A 24-hour turnaround time does not suggest that will be the case In fact the possibilities of misuse in these crowdsourced sting operations are mindboggling Corruption is often visualised as a matter of put-upon citizens being denied services they are owed by the state being asked to pay for their rightful due But a bribe is also a way to bend a rule to get a service faster or out of turn to exert pressure on a burdened and constrained system to act in your favour or influence policy outcomes A harassment bribe like the former is much easier to fix — the very fact that it is a political issue now and likely to be vigorously acted upon could inhibit these transactions The AAP’s receptivity to the issue may make it harder for officials to seek such bribes Changing the incentives by decriminalising the bribe-giver as has been controversially suggested might have a far greater impact on harassment bribes But that would still leave us with the larger problem of corruption which comes out of unaccountable power not disciplined by institutions that reflect citizens’ rights and the disproportionate influence exerted by wealth The AAP has so far shown little interest in the political economy of corruption or offered any systematic solutions towards reducing official discretion in various sectors or introducing open processes Instead of reforming government towards transparency it has chosen the easier attention-getting route of sting operations and threats and outsourced its responsibility to angry citizens For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: May 6 2017 8:39 pm T P Senkumar (File Photo) Top News Senior IPS officer T P Senkumar on Saturday took charge as DGP (Law and Order) after a successful 11-month-long legal battle in the Supreme Court against the LDF government which had removed him from the post Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had yesterday signed the order reinstating the senior IPS officer as Kerala DGP hours after the apex court dismissed the state’s clarification petition on it’s April 29 order directing his immediate reinstatement The government was also ordered to pay cost of Rs 25000 The formal order on reinstatement was issued only today Senkumar had also filed a contempt petition against the government which has been posted to May 9 The 1983-batch IPS officer took charge as DGP this evening from incumbent DGP Loknath Behara who has been posted as DGP (Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau) Behara and other senior officers were present at the Police headquarters when Senkumar took charge after a nearly 11-month-long battle with the government following his unceremonious removal within days of the Pinarayi Vijayan government coming to power in May last year Speaking to reporters after taking charge Senkumar said he was not for any confrontation with the state government and did not feel that the state would create any impediments for his functioning He refused to be drawn into any issues relating to his legal battle and the contempt petition saying those were matters before the apex court “Let us not talk of the legal issues before the Supreme Court I should not comment on it” he said Senkumar said that as DGP his effort would be to do his best for the state “The state DGP functions under the government and my priority will be to do good for the people” he said adding his focus will be on women’s safety and bringing down accidental deaths He said he had spoken to the chief minister before taking charge and would be meeting him as early as possible after seeking his convenience Appointed by the previous Congress-led UDF government on May 31 2015 Senkumar was removed by the LDF government on May 30 last year and appointed as Director General of the Institute of Management in Government an apex training institute of the Kerala government He challenged his removal before the Kerala High Court and the Central Administrative Tribunal where his pleas were dismissed before he moved the apex court Senkumar who has functioned as KSRTC Managing Director and Transport Commissioner will retire on June 30 this year For all the latest Thiruvananthapuram News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeirut: Rebels detonated 60 tonnes of explosives packed underneath a large Syrian army base blowing a hillside hundreds of metres into the air an insurgent in the operation who provided footage of the attack said today The casualty toll from the blast was not immediately known An Islamic Front commander said that his brigade dug an 850-metre tunnel underneath Wadi al-Deif base which is surrounded by rebels but has remained inside government control for the entirety of the three-year-long civil war The Syrian civil war has caused strife and destruction in the country AP Footage provided by the commander of the base which stretches over a large area of land showed the ground balloon up before breaking into a cloud of earth that engulfs the area The commander who spoke on condition of anonymity said he did not know how many government soldiers had been killed but said it would help rebels break into the base which has been used for attacks in the surrounding province of Idlib "Another attack like this and we won’t even need to move in to take the base" he said via Skype adding that once rebels take the base they would control all of the south Idlib which is situated in Syria’s northwest bordering on Turkey Rebels fighting to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad regularly carry out guerrilla attacks but have only started using large tunnel bombs in recent weeks on military targets including a hotel used by soldiers in Aleppo last week The government boasts far superior firepower and its forces killed more than 40 people many of them civilians in air strikes on Wednesday a monitoring group said Fifteen people were killed including three from an emergency medical team during five air raids in Atarib in the northern province of Aleppo the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said early on Thursday Four rebel fighters were killed by air strikes in the same area while 21 people including women were killed in air strikes on the Sarmada area in Idlib the anti-Assad monitoring group said Gunbattles air strikes car bombs shelling and executions regularly kill more than 200 people a day in Syria where a conflict that started as a peaceful protest movement has killed over 150000 people and forced millions from their homes Despite the carnage and loss of swathes of territory in the north and east to insurgents Syria plans to hold a presidential election next month that is all but certain to give Assad a third term Opponents have dismissed the vote as a farce This was followed by a similar diktat issued by? Since both Ayushmann and I are urban youngsters it was relatively easy for us to identify with the situations in the script. It’s perfectly natural for the girl to be in a bikini.its past editions because of changes in rules and the advent? 2014,The Hague Convention came into force in 1983 to ensure that any child ‘wrongfully’ removed or retained from the ‘habitual residence’ is returned. to the country of their husbands’ residence.The concept note by the WCD ministry has been prepared by the committee set up to look into trans-national custody issues and deliberate upon a 2016 draft law prepared by the ministry– the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction Bill 2016 “The (committee) has to look into all aspects of the (Hague) Convention and figure out how to modify the treaty to address Indian concerns” a ministry official said adding that India was unlikely to sign the convention in its current form? 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