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sc hears plea to ban pellet guns in j&k

The Supreme Court on April 10 heard a crucial petition calling for a ban on pellet guns in Jammu & Kashmir.In front of the bench of Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justices DY Chandrachud and Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi submitted that the government is looking into alternatives, but each procedure has its own drawbacks.He detailed that there is “something called Pawa shelling, which has the effect of spraying chilli powder. But if people wear a wet kerchief covering the nose and mouth and cover the eyes with goggles then it will have no effect. Smoke grenade is another option.”He also pointed out the guidelines to use pellet guns (for security reasons, most of it is not read out).He said: “Our idea is not to kill someone. But if they are upon us we are helpless. We have

j&k security personnel to get improvised pellet guns soon

Security personnel deployed in Jammu and Kashmir may soon get improvised pellet guns with deflectors to minimise injuries on protesters who have been “obstructing operations following threats from terrorists”.Outgoing Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Director General K Durga Prasad said the establishment is working on modified pellet guns which will be “less lethal” compared to the earlier version.Initial reports from the Border Security Force, which is working on a new design, pointed out that the modified pellet guns are “good”.“The Ministry of Home Affairs has not asked us to stop using pellet guns. That decision will be taken at the ground level. PAVA shells, introduced as a substitute to pellet guns, are not the only solution. We need to use something else too. The CRPF personnel o

modified pellet guns to be used in j-k

With pellet guns leaving hundreds of protesters in Jammu and Kashmir with severe eye injuries, a modified version of the weapon will now be used to ward off any protest ahead or during any anti-militancy operations.CRPF Director General K Durga Prasad, who is retiring tomorrow, said the paramilitary force had taken the decision of modifying the pellet guns to minimise injuries.The modified version of pellet guns will have a "deflector", an attachment on the muzzle end to prevent the pellets from going up.The force has tasked a special BSF workshop to deploy metal 'deflectors' on the muzzle of these guns so that shrapnels in the pellets do not hit above the abdomen region.CRPF troops deployed in Kashmir Valley have been asked to fire the pellets aiming at the feet of the protesters now as a

centre asked to consider other means

The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to consider effective means other than use of pellet guns to quell stone pelting mobs in Jammu and Kashmir as it concerns life and death.A bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar also expressed concern over injuries suffered by minors involved in protests in the Kashmir Valley and asked the government what action has been taken by it against their parents.The apex court asked Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi to file a detailed reply on what alternate effective steps could be taken to deal with such situation of agitating mobs in Jammu and Kashmir. The bench posted the hearing for April 10.On December 14 last year, the apex court had said pellet guns should not be used "indiscriminately" for controlling street protests in Jammu and Kashmir and be reso

modified pellet guns to be used in jammu and kashmir

Press Trust of India  | 
New Delhi  February 27, 2017 Last Updated at 17:22 IST

consider alternative for pellet guns, sc tells govt

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to consider an alternative for pellet guns to deal with the protesting mob in Jammu and Kashmir. “Being a welfare state, it is the duty of the government to ensure safety of its people as well as security forces. The purpose is not to cause physical harm to its people, but at the same time, protect all,” a three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar told Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi.It gave the attorney general two weeks for the same. The court apparently concurred with the submission of Rohatgi, appearing for the CRPF, that there were extreme situations in the state with people resorting to agitation, violence, using petrol and kerosene bombs on security forces and acting as a shield to the militants’ firing.“We appreciate that... th

now a grenade with spicy jelly to tackle protests in j&k

A grenade packed with spicy jelly, which causes irritation in the eyes on exploding, is likely to be included in the weaponry of security forces in Kashmir for quelling violent protests but pellet guns will stay. Pellet guns will be used only after less lethal weapons fail to control the stone-pelting protesters and before firing is ordered as the last resort, official sources said.Oloeoresin, a semi-solid extract in a solution, mixed with spicy gel, could be put in the grenade casings to tackle rioting mobs, they said. The suggestion for using such grenades came up at a meeting chaired by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi which was called a day after the Supreme Court voiced concern over injuries caused by pellet guns to minors and asked the Centre and state to consider other effective

pungent smelling cs shells to aid pellet guns in kashmir

Press Trust of India  | 
Srinagar  April 5, 2017 Last Updated at 19:47 IST

if pava fails, security forces may use pellet guns in kashmir, says govt

Press Trust of India  | 
New Delhi  March 28, 2017 Last Updated at 16:45 IST

ex-tech sicen sun made replica guns in lounge room using 3d printer, court hears

A global advertising firm staff member who allegedly built guns using a 3D printer in his Sydney apartment developed a hobby that "got out of hand", a court has heard. Former Apple computers tech Sicen Sun, 27, was charged with firearms offences on Tuesday after detectives searched his unit in Waverley, in Sydney's eastern suburbs, and allegedly found four imitation firearms and an air pistol.
Sicen Sun was charged with several firearms offences after he allegedly made guns with a 3D printer. Photo: FacebookPolice allege Mr Sun used a 3D printer in his lounge room to make the firearms, including an imitation Glock handgun, aided by instructions he downloaded online.After a night in custody, Mr Sun appeared in Waverley Local Court on Wednesday where he made a successful bid for bail. 
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pak rails against india's 'unlawful occupation' of kashmir

Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain has asked India to end its "unlawful occupation" of Kashmir in its own interest, warning any delay in the settlement of the lingering dispute could spell "disaster" for regional peace.India should give in to the public sentiment in Kashmir in its own interest and end its unlawful occupation of the territory, Hussain said at a function in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, in connection with the birth anniversary of 'Quaid-i-Azam' Mohammad Ali Jinnah yesterday."The (Indian) occupation forces have employed every brute tactic to suppress the Kashmiris...so much so that the pellet guns meant for hunting wild animals have also been ceaselessly used by them on the innocent and unarmed people of Kashmir," he was quoted as saying by Dawn.The

imam freed as probe begins into mosque weapons | news

A 47-year-old imam in charge of running a mosque in the village of Iliopetra in Xanthi, northeastern Greece, was released without charge on Wednesday after being questioned by police in connection with the discovery of guns and ammunition at the prayer site.Authorities were examining two pistols, one with a silencer, and bullets that were discovered inside the mosque on Tuesday. They have also launched an investigation whose outcome will determine whether the imam faces charges.The 47-year-old said the guns were not his and that the site is easily accessible to all.As for the shotgun found in his home, he claimed to have acquired it years ago when a license was not required. His lawyer claimed the guns had been planted in the mosque in an attempt to “set up” his client. 

rock legends guns n’ roses announce full line-up for may slane castle gig

MEATH, Ireland - With less than two months to go for the epic gig by rock legends Guns N’ Roses in Slane Castle - the band is keeping its fans on their toes with updates. Now, Gun

one killed in firing at militants-security forces encounter site

One person was killed and four others were injured today in security forces' action against stone-pelting protesters near the encounter site in Chadoora area of central Kashmir's Budgam district.Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Durbugh area of Chadoora in the wee hours following information about the presence of militants in the area, a police official said.He said the search operation turned into a gunbattle after militants opened fire on security forces.As the security forces were engaged in the exchange of firing with holed-up militants, a large number of protesters started pelting stones at the law enforcing agencies, the official said.He said one person was hit by a bullet in the neck and rushed to a hospital here.He succumbed to injuries on way to the hospita

sc seeks reply from 6 states on plea to ban cow vigilantes

The Supreme Court today sought response of six states, including Rajasthan, on a plea seeking a ban on cow vigilante groups there. A bench comprising Justices Dipak Misra and A M Khanwilkar issued notices to Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh and asked them to file their reply within three weeks.The bench has fixed the matter for hearing on May 3. During the brief hearing, the counsel appearing for the petitioner referred to the recent incident at Alwar in Rajasthan where a man was killed allegedly by a mob of cow vigilante group. The counsel claimed that the ground-level situation in these states was worrisome as the cow vigilante groups were resorting to violence there.Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, appearing for the Centre, told the bench that forma

sc seeks reply from 6 states including up on plea to ban cow vigilantes

The Supreme Court Friday sought response of six states, including Rajasthan, on a plea seeking a ban on cow vigilante groups there.A bench comprising Justices Dipak Misra and A M Khanwilkar issued notices to Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh and asked them to file their reply within three weeks.The bench has fixed the matter for hearing on May 3.During the brief hearing, the counsel appearing for the petitioner referred to the recent incident at Alwar in Rajasthan where a man was killed allegedly by a mob of cow vigilante group.The counsel claimed that the ground-level situation in these states was worrisome as the cow vigilante groups were resorting to violence there.Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, appearing for the Centre, told the bench that formal

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irish sun - slane castle gig update guns n roses announce full line-up for sold

Guns N’ Roses will return to Slane Castle on May 27 The gig is already sold out with 80,000 tickets snapped in 24 hoursEnglish duo Royal Blood, U.S. rock stalwart Mark Lanegan and Irish band Otherkin to join the gigMEATH, Ireland - With less than two months to go for the epic gig by rock legends Guns N’ Roses in Slane Castle - the band is keeping its fans on their toes with updates. Now, Guns N’ Roses has announced the full line-up for the gig that is soon becoming one of the most awaited music event of the year in Ireland. Guns N’ Roses is set to return to Slane Castle on May 27 for a concert, after all 80,000 tickets were sold out within 24 hours in December last year. Now, the rockers have said that as part of their Not in this Lifetime Tour, English duo Royal Blood, U.S. rock stalwart

trump tower climber gets no jail time in plea bargain

The man who scaled over 20 stories of Trump Tower in New York City last summer pleaded guilty Monday to disorderly conduct and reckless engagement charges, but thanks to a plea deal, he will likely not face jail time. Stephen Rogata's plea agreement requires him to receive mental health treatment, and he must remain enrolled in college or work 20 hours per week for the next year, a ccording to local reports. He is also required to stay away from both President Trump and Trump Tower, among other requirements. If he doesn't satisfy the conditions, he could go to jail for a year. Rogata’s attorney, Paul Schechtman, confirmed the details of the plea agreement.“I am pleased the district attorney’s office gave the case such careful consideration and gave Stephen the prospect of leading his life

a rather busy day for courts

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a plea regarding recovery of money by SEBI from Sahara.TheThe top court will hear a PIL against illegal mining in Orissa.The Supreme Court will hear a petition pertaining to gang-rape of Bijal Joshi.DELHI HIGH COURTThe Delhi High Court will hear a matter pertaining to elections of All India Football Federation Executive committee.NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNALThe National Green Tribunal will hear a petition regarding implementation of Ganga Action Plan.The green watchdog will hear a plea regarding banning of diesel vehicles which are 10 year older in the Delhi-NCR region.The green regulator will hear a matter regarding hotels being constructed illegally in close vicinity of the Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.The National Green Trib

french teen school shooter tackled by 'hero' teacher

A 17-year-old pupil armed with guns and grenades opened fire in a school in southern France on Thursday, leaving around 10 people injured and rattling nerves in the terror-scarred country. Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem praised the "heroic" head teacher of Alexis de Tocqueville high school in the sleepy hillside town of Grasse who appeared to have helped prevent greater bloodshed.He rushed towards the student as he pulled out his guns "to try to reason with him," Vallaud-Belkacem said, adding that he was injured in the process. "We avoided the worst," she said.Three pupils and the head teacher suffered minor gunshot wounds, while another 10 students were hospitalised for shock or injuries sustained during a stampede, Vallaud-Belkacem told reporters at the scene.Local prosecutor

a rather busy day for courts

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a plea regarding recovery of money by SEBI from Sahara.TheThe top court will hear a PIL against illegal mining in Orissa.The Supreme Court will hear a petition pertaining to gang-rape of Bijal Joshi.DELHI HIGH COURTThe Delhi High Court will hear a matter pertaining to elections of All India Football Federation Executive committee.NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNALThe National Green Tribunal will hear a petition regarding implementation of Ganga Action Plan.The green watchdog will hear a plea regarding banning of diesel vehicles which are 10 year older in the Delhi-NCR region.The green regulator will hear a matter regarding hotels being constructed illegally in close vicinity of the Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.The National Green Trib

a rather busy day for courts

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a plea regarding recovery of money by SEBI from Sahara.TheThe top court will hear a PIL against illegal mining in Orissa.The Supreme Court will hear a petition pertaining to gang-rape of Bijal Joshi.DELHI HIGH COURTThe Delhi High Court will hear a matter pertaining to elections of All India Football Federation Executive committee.NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNALThe National Green Tribunal will hear a petition regarding implementation of Ganga Action Plan.The green watchdog will hear a plea regarding banning of diesel vehicles which are 10 year older in the Delhi-NCR region.The green regulator will hear a matter regarding hotels being constructed illegally in close vicinity of the Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.The National Green Trib

a rather busy day for courts

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a plea regarding recovery of money by SEBI from Sahara.TheThe top court will hear a PIL against illegal mining in Orissa.The Supreme Court will hear a petition pertaining to gang-rape of Bijal Joshi.DELHI HIGH COURTThe Delhi High Court will hear a matter pertaining to elections of All India Football Federation Executive committee.NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNALThe National Green Tribunal will hear a petition regarding implementation of Ganga Action Plan.The green watchdog will hear a plea regarding banning of diesel vehicles which are 10 year older in the Delhi-NCR region.The green regulator will hear a matter regarding hotels being constructed illegally in close vicinity of the Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.The National Green Trib

a rather busy day for courts

Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterSUPREME COURTThe apex court will hear a plea regarding recovery of money by SEBI from Sahara.TheThe top court will hear a PIL against illegal mining in Orissa.The Supreme Court will hear a petition pertaining to gang-rape of Bijal Joshi.DELHI HIGH COURTThe Delhi High Court will hear a matter pertaining to elections of All India Football Federation Executive committee.NATIONAL GREEN TRIBUNALThe National Green Tribunal will hear a petition regarding implementation of Ganga Action Plan.The green watchdog will hear a plea regarding banning of diesel vehicles which are 10 year older in the Delhi-NCR region.The green regulator will hear a matter regarding hotels being constructed illegally in close vicinity of the Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh.The National Green Trib

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