played a well-composed knock of 103 runs from 104 balls.” he said.
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Artists protesting at Academy of Fine Arts. "Proshno Korona ta holeyeetumimaobadisantrashi,Written by Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | Published: April 20 2017 4:37 am The fake Aadhaar card allegedly procured by Pakistan High Commission staffer Mehmood Akhtar. Top News Investigation agencies had gone into a tizzy last year after Mehmood Akhtar a Pakistan High Commission staffer detained by Delhi Police on October 26 on charges of espionage claimed that he had been provided sensitive information by an official of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) The claim had prompted the Delhi Police Crime Branch to scrutinise profiles of several ISRO employees but after a thorough probe over the last few months investigators have concluded that no such person exists DCP (crime branch) Madhur Verma told The Indian Express that they have not found anyone from the ISRO involved in the incident Akhtar who was declared “persona non grata” after he was detained by officials of the inter-state cell while allegedly exchanging classified documents with three Indian agents had claimed last year in a video-recorded interrogation that he sourced “sensitive” information from an ISRO official “Akhtar was detained from outside the Delhi Zoo and was jointly interrogated at ISC’s Chankyapuri office by officials of the ISC and intelligence agencies Afterwards he was handed over to High Commission officials since he enjoys diplomatic immunity” police sources said At least 45 minutes of Akhtar’s questioning was recorded and on being asked about his informers he claimed that he had been provided sensitive information by ISI agents posted at the Pakistan High Commission and an ISRO official “Investigators later shared the details with the authority concerned and started scanning profiles of employees But they didn’t find anything” sources said Police have filed the supplementary chargesheet in the case wherein they have stated that all classified documents that were recovered have been verified with agencies concerned “We had earlier filed a chargesheet against the four arrested men including Samajwadi Party MP Chaudhary Munawwar Salim’s personal assistant Farhat Khan Now we have filed a supplementary chargesheet after receiving a confirmation report from authorities stating these documents are classified” Verma said Sources said the investigators stated that the documents comprised details of deployment of the armed force in Sir Creek the Army’s fire plan and the position of surface-to-air missiles Police claimed in their report that after confirmation by authorities it has been substantiated that the documents are classified and can be used to give another country operational advantage during a war For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | New Delhi | Updated: September 3 2017 8:50 am The game involves ignoring the stench avoiding swooping crows and vultures and keeping your balance on the landfill’s treacherous slopes while looking for something worthwhile Related News Most didn’t expect anything to change at Ghazipur landfill But as orders arrived that the landfill had been closed the neighbourhood of ragpickers that live there was suddenly faced with an uncertain future Garbage they said is their livelihood Take for instance Roshan Ali (12) who has lived next to the landfill since he was born at the ragpickers’ colony in Ghazipur His parents moved here from Assam “My father died soon after My mother works here too It’s not a great job but it’s fun — like a game” he said The game involves ignoring the stench avoiding swooping crows and vultures and keeping your balance on the landfill’s treacherous slopes while looking for something worthwhile “It could be anything” he said adding that on good days he can earn up to Rs 100 There is no official estimate of the number of ragpickers in Delhi although some environmentalists peg it at 35 lakh Roughly a third of them have worked and lived at Ghazipur landfill for a decade A majority of them are migrants from Bihar Bengal or Assam — with no voter ID cards The colony of ragpickers — some huts about 200 metres from the landfill — was flooded on Saturday Negotiating her way through the knee-deep water Hafiza Begum (37) said “How can they shut down the landfill We live here this is our life What are we supposed to do” Shabnam Khatun (27) reiterated that no one wants to live at a place where death is common and disease even more so “Birth defects are common Everyone has asthma or stomach illness Every year someone dies of cancer The water tastes of metal we know it’s poisonous But we have nowhere to go” she said Life and livelihood at Ghazipur revolves around Delhi’s waste — plastic bottles metal amulets even human hair — and putting a value on it But with no fresh trash coming in the ‘merchandise’ now spoilt by the elements has lost value Arshad Ali (24) initially refused to believe that the batch of trucks that came in carrying garbage might be the last “Metal and plastic dumped for too long doesn’t sell How can they not come No one wants to be here but what will we do” For now there are no answers and for once no garbage For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express 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played a well-composed knock of 103 runs from 104 balls.” he said.