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Overall, the team left participants alone in a lab room in which they could push a button and shock themselves if they wanted to. The infant deaths drew widespread criticism from the Opposition, at Chhota Nagra camp, this would go down from the current Rs 186. can any arm of the Indian government (ICAR?) bid higher and thereafter sell seeds be it of Bollgard-II or III at any price it wants Only PMO has the answer (The writer is Infosys Chair Professor for Agriculture at the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: July 18 2017 10:18 am Senior Bureaucrat Rajiv Mehrishi (Express Photo by Prem Nath Pandey) Related News India and the UK have discussed key issues such as extradition counter-terrorism and illegal immigration during high-level talks in London officials said on Tuesday Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi on Tuesday concluded the India-UK Home Affairs Dialogue Asked if the case of fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya and former IPL chief Lalit Modi were raised specifically Mehrishi said that issues that affect extradition “across the board” were raised rather than specific cases “Mr Mallya’s case is sub-judice The issues around extradition discussed during the meetings only focused on any difficulties that may arise in extradition cases in general” he told reporters at the Indian High Commission at the end of his week-long visit to the UK During the talks discussions were held on issues of concern for both the sides such as extradition matters counter-terrorism and illegal immigrants from India to the UK officials said The India-UK Home Affairs Dialogue was set up during British Prime Minister Theresa May’s visit to India in November last year The first meeting took place in New Delhi in May and the latest meeting was co-chaired in London by Mehrishi with UK Permanent Secretary Philip Rutnam On the UK side the issue of illegal immigration from India was raised with the Indian Home Secretary “Approximately the UK has been able to identify in the region of about 1000 illegal immigrants from India a year We made it clear that it is a matter of policy for India that anybody identified as an Indian who is illegally in the UK we will expedite his or her return” Mehrishi said “The only issue is about cross-checks and time taken because sometimes illegal immigrants understandably destroy their documents and therefore identifying them as Indians takes a lot of time” he said The Home Secretary also raised the issue of visa problems faced by Indians including delays in student visa decisions the high amount charged for UK visas and the lengthy waiting period for Indian tourist visas The issue of women abandoned by Indian-origin and NRI spouses from the UK back in India was also highlighted by the Indian side and it was agreed that follow-up meetings on that would take place next week with senior Indian High Commission diplomats Mehrishi has held talks with Brandon Lewis UK minister for immigration and over the past week took part in a series of meetings most of which are not in the “public domain” Both sides also participated in a two-day counter-terrorism workshop Mallya the 61-year-old former chief of now-grounded Kingfisher Airlines which owes nearly Rs 9000 crore to various Indian banks has been in the UK since March 2016 and was arrested by Scotland Yard on an extradition warrant on April 18 Out on a bail he is fighting the extradition case in a UK court He had fled India on March 2 last year And Modi who is also said to be in the UK is wanted by Indian authorities in connection with a money laundering case India and Britain have an extradition treaty signed in 1992 but so far only one extradition has taken place under the arrangement – that of Samirbhai Vinubhai Patel For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma | Shimla | Published: May 17 2014 1:25 am Related News Creatinghistory the Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday swept all four Parliament constituencies in Himachal Pradesh including Mandi defeating sitting MP and Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh’s wife Pratibha Singh This is the first time Himachal voters have broken the myth of voting for an incumbent government The results came as a big blow for Virbhadra Singh and as a big victory for former CM Prem Kumar Dhumal — who had lost power to Virbhadra in 2012 Assembly polls To add another blow to the Congress the BJP wrested Sujanpur Assembly seat where Anita Rana wife of Rajinder Rana who had vacated the seat ahead of the Lok Sabha elections lost the bypoll by 538 votes Veteran BJP leader Shanta Kumar created history of sorts in Himachal by winning the Kangra seat by 170 lakh votes He defeated former MP Chander Kumar an OBC leader Shanta Kumar got 556213 votes BJP MP and Dhumal’s son Anurag Thakur defeated Congress’s Rajinder Rana by an impressive margin of 98330 votes The CM’s wife and two-time MP Pratibha Singh lost by 39856 votes to Ram Swaroop Sharma of the BJP Shimla considered a Congress bastion for decades was demolished with sitting MP Virender Kashyap defeating first time MLA from Rohru Mohan Lal Brakta by 84195 votes The BJP won for the second consecutive time from the Congress bastion In the worst jolt to the Congress Narinder Thakur son of veteran BJP leader (late) Jagdev Chand won the Sujanpur Assembly constituency with 22993 votes Thakur earlier with the Congress joined the BJP before the Lok Sabha elections For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Thane | Published: November 11 2016 9:41 pm Top News Thane District Collectorate on Friday issued a show-cause notice to a private hospital at Kalyan in the district for not accepting scrapped Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes from patients District Collector Mahendra Kalyankar issued the notice based on the complaints made by several patients and has asked the hospital to file a reply by Saturday The hospital’s refusal came to light after a patient Ratilal Shah reported the matter to the Collector office According to Shah at the time of his discharge from the hospital he tried to settle his medical bill using Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes However the staff at the payment counter squarely refused to accept these notes Shah then made a complaint to the District Collectorate following which a Sub Divisional Officer visited the hospital and told its staff that as per the circular issued by the Directorate of Health Services two days back it is mandatory for the hospitals to accept the old currency notes from patients Thereafter Shah was discharged from the hospital The notice however says that even after Shah’s discharge several other patients called up the Collectorate to complain that the hospital staff was insisting on payment through new notes “This (refusal to accept demonetised notes) will create law and order problem…Therefore why action should not be taken against the hospital under section 188 of the IPC and also Bombay Nursing Home Registration Act of 1949” the notice said The notice has asked the hospital to reply till Saturday failing which action would be taken it For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News

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