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If officers and engineers work honestly,” Shivpal said. however, said that all medical officers in the state have been sensitised regarding post-mortem procedures. The medical officer has reportedly been recently transferred to the civil hospital from a public health center Patil admitted that more training in rural areas is needed in organ transplants “In Mumbai the awareness is sufficient but other areas in the state have just started the organ transplant program and will need some time to get acquainted with all procedures” he said Savla was first admitted in a private facility on Tuesday and then shifted to Jupiter hospital Thane on Friday for treatment of brain haemorrhage He was declared brain-dead at the hospital on Saturday night at 930 pm While his family gave its consent to donate his liver both kidneys eyes and skin for transplant at the hospital they later faced difficulty in getting his post-mortem report While guidelines on post-mortem procedures have already been written the committee’s norms will help doctors to deal with specific cases where organs have already been retrieved and then the body is sent for post-mortem mumbainewsline@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh | Updated: October 1 2014 1:08 pm Related News By: Kartik Kumar The State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission of Chandigarh has directed Northern Railway to pay Rs 10000 as compensation for deficiency in service and Rs 5100 as litigation cost to a passenger for failing to prevent the entry of unauthorised persons in a reserved compartment which led to the theft of his two suitcases Balbir Singh a resident of Sector 15 along with his family members had booked tickets for a journey from New Delhi to Kolkata On November 9 2011 after the train left Patna he realised that two of his suitcases containing cash and jewellery amounting to Rs 1 lakh had been stolen At the next station he reported the matter to Government Railway Police station (GRP) in Jhajha Bihar and registered an FIR Later he approached the Northern Railway for compensation but they declined saying that they were under no obligation to provide the safety and security for the luggage of the passengers Balbir Singh then filed a complaint in the consumer commission The railways argued that the commission had no territorial jurisdiction as the alleged theft occurred in Bihar Besides under Section 100 of the Railways Act 1989 they were not responsible for the loss destruction damage deterioration or non-delivery of unbooked luggage They alleged that the suitcases were stolen owing to the complainant’s “carelessness and negligence” Further the railways said that the Consumer Protection Act did not apply to them and it covered only paid facilities and not those which were free of cost The complainant had neither booked the suitcases nor paid any charges for taking these with him However the commission noted that since the theft occurred in a reserved compartment it was obvious that some intruder had entered the compartment There was a failure on the part of the TTE to prevent the entry of unauthorised persons during the night which was a gross dereliction of duty resulting in deficiency in service on the part of the railways As the loss was due to the negligence or misconduct on the part of its employee the railways is liable for deficiency in service said the commission and ordered the Northern Railway to pay Rs 10000 as compensation for deficiency in service and for causing physical and mental harassment as well as Rs 5100 as litigation costs to the passenger with 12 per cent interest For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 21 2015 2:22 am According to Patel the project was only 40 per cent complete but about 80 per cent of the money had been paid and the contractor had also stopped the work Related News Gujarat University (GU) vice-chancellor (V-C) M N Patel has issued notices to former V-C Parimal Trivedi former registrar Baldev Patel former chief accountant Minesh Shah and engineer Shailesh Goswami in connection with alleged financial irregularities Patel said that he had issued notices with regard to over-payment for a project during Trivedi’s tenure in 2011 though the project is still incomplete The project involving construction of a building was meant for housing business management department According to Patel the project was only 40 per cent complete but about 80 per cent of the money had been paid and the contractor had also stopped the work Share This Article Related Article Patel said that the work on the project had been stopped after the project was sealed by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) and the then VC and other authorities concerned with the project did not take any initiative to get it restarted and completed Patel also said that contract was awarded without issuing any tender But Trivedi when contacted contested the version of Patel and said that Patel was not giving complete information According to Trivedi a contract worth Rs 368 crore was given through a “pre-qualified contract’’ system prevalent in the university for the last three decades And the contract was approved by the university syndicate and it was not the decision of a single or a group of few individuals As for over-payment he said that more than 70 per cent work on the project was complete and a sum of Rs 262 crore was paid to the contractor on the recommendation of the university’s external auditor Manubhai Patel The auditor had confirmed that over 70 per cent work was complete and hence the payment was released to the contractor As for AMC having sealed the project Trivedi said that AMC wanted to construct a road for its Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) through a portion of the land where the building was under construction Since the land was within the university campus and the building was already under construction there was no question of handing over the land to AMC for BRTS and hence AMC sealed the project by using its powers He said that the new dispensation should take up the issue with AMC to get the seal removed so that the work could be completed Regarding raising the project cost after award of the contract Trivedi explained that during digging of foundation it was found that the place was about 100 years ago a lake and it required much deeper foundation thus escalating the cost The issue was again placed before the syndicate and hence the project cost was accordingly increased and there was no illegality or malpractices in it Trivedi is known for developmental works and setting up of new infrastructure in the university and construction of a Rs 40 crore university convention centre on a huge land of the university which was under illegal possession of land mafias Before Trivedi was appointed V-C the university had made several efforts to take the land back from mafias But it was Trivedi who succeeded in removing the encroachers through his influence in the state government and administration For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gopal B Kateshiya | Rajkot | Published: February 21 2015 3:13 am There are 857 boats of Gujarat in custody of Pakistan Related News For the first time since 2004 Indian fishermen are pretty close to getting their trawlers back from Pakistan The thaw in relations between the neighbours come just days after Pakistan freed 172 Indian fishermen as a goodwill gesture and Prime Ministers of both the countries spoke to each other “Through a letter on Thursday the Ministry of Home Affairs of India conveyed to Gujarat government the decision of Pakistan to release 57 fishing trawlers We have been asked to claim the boats by March 31 In response to the letter we shall send a six-member delegation to Pakistan to finalise modalities of bring the boats back” Gujarat Fisheries Minister Babu Bokhiria told The Indian Express Share This Article Related Article The minister said the delegation will comprise officers from the state fisheries department and leaders from the fishermen community of Gujarat Sources said Pravin Malli assistant director of fisheries of Vadodara Pravin Rada assistant superintendent of fisheries at Mangrol in Junagadh district and Velji Masani vice-president of All Gujarat Fishermen Federation (AGFF) as well as three fishermen leaders from Porbandar had been selected as delegates The delegation members were expected to reach Gujarat capital Gandhinagar on Friday and leave for Delhi on Saturday for seeking visa and completing other formalities for their visit to Pakistan “This is for the fist time after 2004 that Pakistan will release fishing boats of India Pakistan has detained more than 700 fishing trawlers of Gujarat over the last 10 years They have auctioned out a huge number of them The 57 are in good condition and therefore they are releasing them Out of the 57 53 are seaworthy while the remaining four need some repair” Bokhiria further said The minister added that documents of the boats to be released had already been provided to Pakistan authorities at relevant time “The delegation will try and work out modalities of bringing boats back to Gujarat Either Pakistan can release 114 fishermen still lodged in jail there to pilot the boats back or they will have to grant visa to an equal number of Indian fishermen” said Bokhiria Masani said the boats which had been detained by Pakistan Marine Security Agency (PMSA) in recent years were being released “Boasts seized only during the last three years can be in good condition When we visited Pakistan in August Pakistan authorities had shown us these boats in Karachi port According to our records there are 857 boats of Gujarat in custody of Pakistan But many of them might have sunk by now” said the AGFF president Masani further said he estimated that around 400 boats should still be afloat “We welcome this decision of the Pakistan government But we also demand that all the boats which are in good condition or are repairable should be returned” he added saying a trawler costs average Rs 45 lakh Pakistan had released 151 fishermen of India in May last year as a goodwill gesture before PM Sharif’s visit to India to attend swearing-in ceremony of Modi It had followed this up by announcing in July release of 57 trawlers and a nine-member delegation from India had visited Pakistan in this regard in early August However the process had come to an abrupt halt in mid-August when India cancelled foreign-secretary-level talks with Pakistan after Pakistan ambassador to India met Kashmiri separatist leaders ahead of talks But the ice was broken somewhat when Modi and Sharif shook hands at South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit in Nepal in November last year Soon Pakistan released 40 Indian fishermen as goodwill gesture This was followed up by release of 171 fishermen early this week after the two premiers talked on phone and now the announcement of going ahead with sending back 57 fishing boats PMSA arrests Indian fishermen mostly from Gujarat and detains their boats from disputed waters of the Arabian sea off Gujarat coast The two countries have long-standing disputes over international maritime boundary line Therefore security agencies of Pakistan arrest Indian fishermen and vice versa routinely for allegedly fishing in disputed waters The 172 fishermen released early this week reached their homes late on Thursday But Masani said there were more than 300 Indian fishermen still languishing in Pakistani jails For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News I feel stronger and more agile,but we had kept it under wraps as it?about Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan coming together for filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s next project indeed come true. builds the mood of suspense and curiosity with the very first beat, an academic, These leaders will not tell Muslims that the number of central government employees 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