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Vol. 1, Issue 363 n Saturday n December 24, 2011
Evening daily Expert team visits Mullaperiyar dam
9 killed, 17 injured in Pak suicide attack
Islamabad: A suicide bomber rammed his explosives-laden vehicle into a camp of paramilitary troopers in northwest Pakistan on Saturday, killing at least nine security personnel and injuring 17 others. The attacker targeted an office inside the Frontier Corps camp in Bannu city of KhyberPakhtunkhwa province. Parts of the singlestorey building collapsed after the explosion, police said. Nine bodies had been found so far, officials told the media. They said they feared more bodies could be buried in the rubble. The 17 security personnel injured in the attack were taken to a military hospital in Bannu, where officials said several troopers were in critical condition. Sources said nearly 300 paramilitary troopers were living in the camp, which had several residential barracks. The camp is a base for Frontier Corps personnel deployed in nearby North Waziristan tribal region, considered a safe haven for Taliban and al-Qaeda elements. Bannu is located 40 km from Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan tribal agency. Footage on television showed most parts of the camp were razed to the ground. Security personnel dug through the rubble of the office with their hands as they searched for bodies and the injured. No group claimed responsibility for the attack though officials blamed the local Taliban for the bombing. Local residents said they heard a powerful explosion at about 6 am local time. This was followed by heavy firing, they said. Security personnel blocked all roads leading to the camp on the outskirts of Bannu city. Sources said the vehicle used in the attack had entered Bannu district from North Waziristan. This was the second attack on security forces in Pakistan’s restive northwest in two days. Pro-Taliban militants attacked a check post near South Waziristan early Friday and killed a paramilitary trooper and injured several others. The militants also kidnapped several troopers and Taliban spokesman EhsanullahEhsan had claimed responsibility for that attack. He later threatened that the kidnapped security personnel could be killed. There has been no report about the fate of the abducted personnel. Taliban militants also snatched weapons from the troopers.
Dates for assembly polls in five states today
New Delhi: The Election Commission will announce today the dates for assembly polls in the five states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur.The poll body yesterday held discussions with Home Secretary R K Singh on the availability of para-military forces for the assembly polls in the five states. Around 80,000 paramilitary personnel, apart from state policemen, are expected to be deployed during the polls.The Home Ministry conveyed to the Election Commission that it was ready to provide 700 to 800 companies (70,00080,000 personnel) of paramilitary forces for deployment in the five states. Sources said polling in politically-sensitive Uttar Pradesh is expected to be multi-phased while it will be in one phase in the other four states. The highest number of paramilitary personnel is expected to be deployed in Uttar Pradesh, the country’s most populous state with 403 assembly constituencies. Punjab, Uttarakhand and Goa saw relatively less violence in the past elections. However, Manipur, which has been plagued by insurgency for a long time, may need heavy deployment of forces to ensure peaceful polling.
Fire in Mumbai, no casualties
Mumbai: A major fire broke out at a commercial complex housing a number of corporate offices in the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) area in suburban Andheri late Friday evening. The fire started at a canteen located on the sixth floor of Akruti Trade Centre and soon spread on the seventh floor, according to chief fire officer H.N. Mujawar. No casualties were reported in the incident, he said, adding 15 fire tenders were rushed to douse the flames. Even though the exact cause of the fire was not known, fire brigade officials said that a shortcircuit could have triggered the blaze. Efforts are on to bring the fire under control.
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spoke in govt: CM
Shut bad pages by Feb 6: court to FB
Refuses to react to BSY on single leadership Bangalore Beat Bureau Bangalore: “No one should try to affect my functioning as chief minister. Party national leaders have given me the go-ahead and I will carry out my duties,” said D V SadanandaGowda here this morning. Though his statement during the JanataDarshan this morning seem innocuous, it had a message for former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa, who has started his machinations to become the chief minister again. It is also learnt that Yeddyurappa has put a condition before the party high command to give back the position that is “rightfully” his. But the party high command, especially senior leader L K Advani, has categorically told Yeddyurappa that there is no such possibility. Yeddyurappa’s contention is that SadanandaGowdabecome the chief minister because of his blessings and majority in the ruling party want him to don the chair again. Yeddyurappa yesterday said that he did not believe in combined leadership. “There should be a single leader for a party. The BJP should approach the next assembly election, with a single leader. The party leadership will take a decision soon,” Reacting to Yeddyurappa’s statement,
Gowda said, “It is apt to seek reaction from those who have made statements. I cannot worry about party affairs. I am more concerned about running the government and that is my mandate as chief minister.” The decision on whether the party in the state should have a single leader is taken by the party leadership. We will all abide by the decision taken by the central leadership, he added. Earlier in the morning, Gowda called on
governor H R Bhardwaj. Though the meeting triggered speculation that it was to discuss the appointment of new Lokayukta, the chief minister denied it. “We did not discuss either the appointment of Lokayukta or cabinet expansion. I wanted to convey to him that I would not be able to attend the swearing-in of Karnataka High Court Chief Justice VikramjitSen today as I have to take part in the inauguration of Kadambotsava in Uttata Kannada.”
New Delhi: In yet another blow to 21 social networking sites including Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo and Youtube, a Delhi court has asked the 21 websites to remove all derogatory content by February 6, 2012. The court had issued summons to them for facing trial for allegedly webcasting objectionable contents. Metropolitan Magistrate (MM) Sudesh Kumar took cognizance on a private criminal complaint and has directed the Centre for taking “immediate appropriate steps” and also file a report in the court by January 13. All the 21 defendants have been told to file compliance order by the same date next year. The websites will face contempt of court in case they fail to remove the objectionable content by February 6. The court’s order came three days after another court in a civil case had restrained these sites including Facebook, Google and Youtube from webcasting any “anti-religious” or “anti-social” content promoting hatred or communal disharmony. In the fresh case, the court said, “it appears from a bare perusal of the docu-
ments that prima facie the accused in connivance with each other and other unknown persons are selling, publicly exhibiting and have put into circulation obscene, lascivious content which also appears to theprurient interests and tends to deprave and corrupt the persons who are likely to read, see or hear the same.” “It is also evident that such contents are continuously openly and freely available to everyone who is using the said network irrespective of their age and even the persons under the age of 18 years have full and uncensored access to such obscene contents,” the court said. The MM has summoned the accused companies to face trial for allegedly committing the offence punishable under section 292 (sale of obscene books etc), 293 (sale of obscene objects to young person etc) and 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC. The Magistrate noted that in these websites material submitted by the complainant, VinayRai, a journalist, contained obscene picture and derogatory articles pertaining to Prophet Mohammad,Jesus Christ and various Hindu Gods and Goddesses.
Annaʼs campaign must be Ramadass catches tackled electorally: Sonia 10 sand lorries Bangalore Beat Bureau
New Delhi: In another strong attack on Anna Hazare and his team, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, in a meeting with the Congress General Secretaries said that Anna’s campaign needs to be tackled electorally. She told the Congress General Secretaries that they must ensure that the Congress wins in Punjab, Uttarakhand and do well in Uttar Pradesh. She told them that this would be the people’s answer to Hazare’s campaign. “Congress’ win in the Assembly polls will be a befitting answer to Anna Hazare,” Sonia said in the meeting. Sonia Gandhi’s stand on the Lokpal Bill has galvanised the Congress as the UPA aggressively pushed for its own version of the Bill. Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid defended the way the Government aggressively pushed for its own version of the
Lokpal Bill after Congress President Sonia Gandhi gave a war call. Speaking exclusively to IBN7, Khurshid likened Sonia Gandhi to a General, calling the party foot soldiers. Last week, Sonia Gandhi had come out
strongly in defence of the UPA government and criticised the Opposition and Team Anna over the Lokpal and other bills. “We are ready for the fight over the Lokpal and Women’s Reservation Bill,” Sonia had said. Taking a strong stand on the Lokpal Bill, she had said, “The Lokpal Bill has been passed by the Cabinet. The Opposition will have lots of things to say, they should accept suggestions of the Government. Team Anna should also accept it.” Anna Hazare has rejected the Lokpal Bill tabled by the government in the LokSabha on Thursday and has said that he will campaign in all five poll bound states - Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur, Punjab and Goa. He will also fast on December 27, 28 and 29 at Mumbai’s Azad Maidan and has called for a jail bharo agitation from December 30.
Out‑of‑form Hussey, Ponting retained Melbourne: Out-of-form veterans Ricky Ponting and Michael Hussey have been retained in the Australia team to play India in the first cricket test beginning Monday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The 37-year-old Ponting has not scored a century in nearly two years, while Hussey has scored just 83 runs in his last seven Test innings. David Warner, who scored a century on debut in the New Zealand test, will open with Ed Cowan, who will make his Test debut replacing the dropped Phil Hughes. Australia has decided to take just four genuine bowlers into the test, with Shaun Marsh called up to the side ahead of all-rounder Dan Christian. Marsh, who has been recov-
lineup to get 20 wickets at the MCG. Clarke admitted it was a gamble to leave out Christian on a flat pitch, especially with fellow allrounder Shane Watson declared unfit as he recovers from hamstring and calf strains. “I’m confident we’ve got the best 11 to help us win this first test match,” Clarke said. “I can use Michael Hussey, Ricky Ponting and myself to bowl a few overs. David Warner can bowl a few legspinners.” The 17-test veteran Hilfenhaus returns from an 11-month break out of the side with a remodelled bowling action, having recovering from a back injury, has will bat at No. 3. ered from knee tendinitis. Seamer Ben Hilfenhaus renot played since the first Test in “He’s a very good new-ball Cape Town against South Africa. places 12th man Mitchell Starc. bowler. He can bowl long spells He scored an unbeaten 99 in a Captain and selector Michael and he’s had success against InTwenty20 match this week and Clarke said he felt he has the right dia,” Clarke said.
Mysore: In early morning raids, medical education and district in-charge minister S ARamadass seized 10 lorries that were carrying illegal sand and arrested three persons. Ramadass was on the main road between Mysore and T Narasipura near Kirugavulu before the dawn broke and seized the lorries. The state government has banned mining and transportation of sand in the state. The minister also ordered inspector general A N N S Murthy to place under suspension the police staff of the area. Accordingly, Murthy suspended sub-inspector Arun and his staff. Deputy commissioner P S Vastrad, who accompanied the minister, said, “We have seized 10 lorries that were transporting sand that was lifted from the river beds in the area. Some of the lorries
also tried to go back. But we caught hold of them.” The minister was also assisted by over 15 police officers, who flagged down the lorries and conducted searches.
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Elections to 11 BBMP
Movie Listings KANNADA
standing panels on Dec 26
Bangalore: The BBMP is holding elections to 11 standing committees on December 26 after the positions fell vacant with the resignation of Congress members. Of the 12 standing committees, Congress members have resigned from 11, except the taxation and finances committee. The number of standing committees had been increased from eight to 12 and elections for 11 committees were held on August 30 of last year. All the committees had to resign when the term of last mayor ended. Later, elections were held for all the 12 standing committees. While the BJP nominated new members, the Congress
continued with the earlier members as it felt that it would not do justice to its members if their term ended within six months. The party allowed them to continue for one year and has now asked them to resign to give chance to other party corporators. With this, 33 positions have fallen vacant and the elections will be held on December 26. The elections will be held at the Kempegowda auditorium and will be presided over by mayor Shardamma. Most of the Congress members are in a fix now. For, the term of the present mayor is ending in another four months, when all the 12 standing committees
ʻCanʼt rear Vocational training harmful must from 9th std animalsʼ
Bangalore: Citizens have been told not to rear any animals and birds that may cause danger to the people without prior permission under section 344(A) (B) Karnataka Municipal Corporation Act of 1976, BBMP commissioner Shankarlinge Gowda has warned. In several areas under the BBMP jurisdiction, pigs are being reared and are being let out, causing a health hazard to the people. As the palike has received a number of complaints, people have been told not raise these animals, a press note stated. Those who have been raising pigs have to shift their piggeries out of the city within a month. If the order is not adhered to, the BBMP will take action without any warning, he said.
No power in city Bangalore: Bescom will resort to load shedding due to emergency work at Byadarahalli distribution and transmission centre and there will be no power at Papireddy Palya and surrounding areas from 10 am till 4 pm on Monday. On Tuesday, there will be no power at Kebbehalla, R G Nagar, Sunkadakatte, Pillanna Estate, Vigneshwarnagar, Lakshman Nagar, Sollapuradamma temple road, Hegganahalli and surrounding areas from 10 am till 4 pm. Load shedding, due to emergency work, will also effect power distribution at Mallathahalli, NGEG Layout and surrounding areas from 10 am till 4 pm, states a press release.
Applications invited Bangalore: The Sri SathyaSai Women’s Charitable Centre has invited applications from the elderly and disabled for its old age home. The entry is open for vegetarians. The home will have a spiritual atmosphere, shelter, entertainment and health facilities. Contact: 9379992758.
Bangalore: AWAKE vocational courses training centre has organised a skill training pro gramme in computer hardware and networking for those who want to start own business. The programme will be held from Jan 10 till 18. Contact: 23385874.
Free training Bangalore: RV Technical University has organised a threemonth, free software and hardware training for women. Those who have passed SSLC with an income of Rs 40,000 per year and belonging to the general category, and those with income limit of Rs 50,000 under the backward class category can apply for the training programme. Women who are in the age group of 18 to 35 are eligible. They should send their application forms within 15 days. Interested can contact: MCA department, RV technical committee, Mysore road or call: 080-67178188.
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Vocational training will be made compulsory from the ninth standard from next academic year, said primary and secondary education minister Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri. A committee, formed under the directions of the Union minister KapilSibal and that included him and nine other education ministers from different states,
has submitted its report to the central government. As per the report, a pilot programme has begun at Haryana. Though there has been a willingness to start a similar programme in the state, it has not been possible till now. But now the government has decided to implement the proposal from the next academic year, he said.
too will have to stop functioning. These standing committees will effectively function only for another three months as they cannot hold meetings or go on inspections a month prior to the end of the term. After that, another one month will go in elections for the new mayor and standing committees. The Congress corporators are now asking the party to continue with the earlier members, as the new members may not have long enough a term to enjoy their power and status. It is learnt that most of the Congress members are not keen to contest the present election.
NICE to increase toll by 7‑10% from New Year
MadhuraDatar, ArchanaUdupa, ChandrikaGururaj, Aparupa Gupta, Aravind, Deepak and AmerikannadigaAdityaRao will sing popular numbers created by Naushad, S D Burman, Shankar Jaikishen, Anil Biswas and others. The singers will sing 25 melodious numbers. SocareInd children will inaugurate Sur Sandhya with their own music programme, said SarasSandhya.
Bangalore: Here is a shock for all those who use NICE road regularly. The Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprise has decided to increase the toll by 7 to 10 percent from the beginning of next year. As per the agreement NICE has entered with the state government, the infrastructure company will increase the toll from January 1. The company has sent a proposal to the government and waiting for approval. The increase in toll will depend on the distance travelled by commuters at different parts of the
city and the different entry points used by these commuters. All those vehicles which connect NICE link roads from main roads will have to bear the burden. NICE public relations officer Mahadeva said that the company has been collecting toll lesser than the stipulated amount all these days. “The toll will now be increased by 7-10 percent from the new year,” he said. But it is not possible to increase the toll without the approval of the government. NICE is now waiting for orders from government, he said.
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HINDI STAND BY (U) Adinath Kothare, Siddharth Kher
ment. But when many institutions do not have proper drinking water, library, toilets, laboratory and other facilities, the decision is not right, he said. The government has not thought about the fate of PU teachers once it comes into effect. The decision will seriously affect higher education, he warned.
Bangalore: The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd is joining in the New Year ’s eve celebrations. The Metro Rail, the latest acquisition to stock of city’s pride, will extend its services till 2 am on January 1. This will allow revellers to enjoy Metro ride on New Year’s eve.
The decision is to join in the celebrations and to ring in the New Year, BMRCL said. The Metro Rail that began commercial operations from August 20 has received a good response from the commuting public and also those who want to take joyride on this modern mode of transport.
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Prajwal Devaraj, Daisy Shah Bharathi (11 am, 2.30, 6, 9.15 pm) Govardhan (11.30 am, 2.30, 6, 9 pm) Krishna (KR Puram) (10.30 am, 2, 8 pm) Maruthi (11.30 am, 2.30 pm, 6.30 pm, 9.30 pm) Menaka (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30 pm) Nalanda (11,2.30,6,9.15pm) Rajerajeshwari (Mallathahalli) (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30,7 .15, 9.30 pm) Siddheshwara (11.30 am, 2.30, 6.30, 9.30 pm) Veeresh (10.30 am, 1.30 pm) Vajreshwari (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm) Rajarajeshwari (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.15, 9.30 pm) PVR Cinemas (1, 3.30, 6.10 pm)
AIDSO: PU merger with Metro to run till high school not good 2 am on Jan 1 Bangalore: The state government decision to merge pre-university courses with high school would affect higher education. The proposal should be dropped immediately, demanded members of the statue unit of the All-India Democratic Students Organisation. All teachers and lecturers have considered preuniversity to be part of university studies. Till degree and professional courses, the students would study under a common stream. They also had an opportunity to listen to lectures from senior degree and post-graduate teachers. But the government does not seem to have taken into consideration the ill-effects of the latest move,” AIDSO president V N Rajashekar has stated in a press release. The central government had the idea that general education should end before the degree and professional courses. There are very few students who can take up regular degree or professional courses. With this move, the central government has been trying to push maximum number of students towards vocational courses. But the flip side of this policy is that many students would neither have full education, nor will they get right jobs, he warned. Education minister VishweshwaraHegdeKageri has stated that the state government is taking the decision as per the orders of the central govern-
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Special music programme today Bangalore: A music programme that will take you back to the days of yore has been organised at the Jnanabharati auditorium in Central College campus this evening at 6.30. NGO SocareInd that supports children of jail inmates with food and shelter and YarthaSaras Communication have organised the music programme, Sur Sandhya. Popular singers AbhijitGoshal,
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pm) Inox (Malleswaram) (11.30 am, 9.35 pm) Inox (J.P.Nagar) (10.10 am) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (12.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (2.45 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (7 pm) Vaibhav (11.30 am, 2.30 pm)
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Road) (10.15 am, 3.30, 10 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (5 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (4.45 pm, 7.35 pm) Innovative Multiplex (10 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (9.40 pm) PVR Cinemas (10 am, 1.05, 4.10, 9.50 pm) Urvashi (9.30 pm) Vaibhav (6 pm, 9.30 pm)
CHITKABREY-SHADES OF GREY (A)
SAHI DHANDHE GALAT BANDE (U)
Akshay Singh, Akshharaa Gowda Cinepolis (2.40 pm, 9.20 pm) Fame (Value Mall) (9.20 pm) Inox (JP Nagar) (9.55 pm) Inox (Magrath Road) (11.20 am) Inox (Malleswaram) (2.05 pm, 7.15 pm)
Anupam Kher , Ashish Nayyar Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (3.30 pm)
YEH DOORIYAN (U/A)
NOT A LOVE STORY (A) Ajay Gehi, Mahie Gill, Deepak Dobriyal, Urmila Matondkar Fame (Value Mall) (10.05 am) Fun Cinemas (10.45 am, 4.15 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta
CHATUR SINGH TWO STAR (U/A) Sanjay , Ameesha Patel, Kher Abhinay (4.30 pm, 7.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Bannerghatta Road) (12.30 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Mysore Road) (2.45 pm) Gopalan Cinemas (Rajarajeshwari Nagar) (7 pm) PVR Cinemas (12.05 pm, 5.35 pm) Vaibhav (6.15 pm, 9 pm)
TELUGU 9.30 pm) Pallavi (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30 pm) Renukaprasanna (10.30am,1.30pm)
DAGGARAGA DURANGA Sumanth, Vedika, Sindhu Tolani Anjan (10.30 am, 1.30pm) Bhumika (10.30 am, 1.30, 4.30, 7.30pm) Radhakrishna (11.30 am, 2.45 pm) Renuka Prasanna ( 5.30, 8.30 pm) Srinivasa (SG Palya) (11.15 am, 2.30 pm) Vinayaka (Maathahalli) (11.30 am, 2.30, 6.30, 9.30 pm) Venkateshwara (KRPuram) (6.15 pm, 9.30 pm
MONEY MONEY MORE MONEY
Siddharth Raj Kumar, Aishwarya Cauvery (6.00 pm, 9.30 pm) Cinepolis (3.45 pm, 9.10 pm) Inox (Jayanagar) (7.20 pm) Inox (JP Nagar) (10.45 am, 4.20 pm) Inox (Malleswaram) (2.10 pm) Murali (Gokula) (6.15 pm,
J D Chakravarthy, Bramanandam, Anjan (4.30, 7.30 pm) Chandrodaya (11.30 am, 2.30, 6.30, 9.30 pm) Cinepolis (10 am, 12.20, 4.50, 7.10, 9.30 pm) HMT Cinemas (4.15 pm, 7.30 pm).