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“He is enjoying it all though”, Feel everything exactly as you felt it when you wrote the song’, For all the latest Lifestyle News, Balancing the red, said he was surprised at his acceptability among members of the backward classes and SCs. is doing a Ph D from a US university.it is not feasible to allow meeting as prayed, Special CBI Judge Manu Rai Sethi said The order came on Chautalas plea that he be allowed to meet his brother and two brothers-in-law in the courtroom For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sushant Singh | New Delhi | Published: October 16 2015 4:11 am US President Ronald Reagan had written the confidential letter to General Zia-ul-Haq on September 12 1984 Related News The recently declassified US State Department documents show that in September 1984 US President Ronald Reagan had warned Pakistan’s military dictator General Zia-ul-Haq that “it is likely that at some point India will take military action to pre-empt your nuclear program” The warning was part of the talking points conveyed by Ambassador Hinton US Ambassador to Islamabad to the Pakistani President while delivering Reagan’s letter expressing concern about Pakistan’s nuclear programme The “Talking Points for Use in Delivering Letter to General Zia” a four-page undated secret document and President Reagan’s letter to General Zia of 12 September 1984 — a three-page secret and sensitive document — were produced by a mandatory declassification review request by the US National Security Archive to the US State Department The letter and the talking points had not been revealed or published before this week Reagan administration’s fears were based on a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) analysis about an Indian reaction to Pakistan’s nuclear programme Share This Article Related Article The CIA’s “Monthly Warning and Forecast Meetings for July 1984” explicitly noted that “some parts of the Indian government apparently view a Pakistani nuclear threat as imminent and it is our view that a pre-emptive military strike by India is a near-term possibility” The top secret CIA analysis also noted that “an Indian attack on Pakistani nuclear facilities would almost certainly prompt retaliatory strikes against Indian nuclear facilities and probably lead to a full-scale war” The Americans were also worried that it “could have very little additional political or military warning of an attack on Pakistani facilities” In his letter to Zia-ul-Haq Reagan asked for a commitment to limiting the nuclear enrichment to five per cent A section of Reagan administration considered five per cent as the “red line” a breach of which should trigger sanctions on Pakistan But Reagan’s letter did not directly threaten to cut aid in the event of non-compliance to the five per cent limit In December 1982 President Reagan had warned General Zia that the US would cut all aid to Pakistan if it took certain definitive steps toward a nuclear capability for example by assembling or testing a nuclear device More warnings were given by the US in 1984 In his confidential letter of November 7 1984 to President Reagan General Zia did not mention Reagan’s request to limit uranium enrichment to five per cent Responding to the points raised by Reagan Zia’s stance was one of outright denial: “Pakistan has no intention whatsoever to manufacture or explode a nuclear device” Zia went to add that Pakistan’s uranium enrichment facilities were only for “research and fuel technology purposes” and were not meant to “produce highly enriched weapons grade uranium” The CIA’s Secret Intelligence Assessment of September 1985 had noted that Zia and the Pakistani public were deeply committed to a nuclear weapons capability as security against India If Washington cut aid for non-proliferation reasons CIA analysts argued Zia would reduce support for the mujahideen resistance in Afghanistan For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 17 2016 2:14 am The state government had earlier informed the court that creation of such posts would not be possible due to financial constraints(Source: Representational photo) Top News Taking judicial note of the large number of cases still being registered under the Dowry Prohibition Act the Bombay High Court Thursday told the state government to put in place a grievance redressal mechanism to address complaints of women against matrimonial websites A division bench of Justice A S Oka and Justice A A Sayed was hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by advocate Priscilla Samuel which claimed that although the Dowry Prohibition Act was enacted way back in 1961 the state government has done little to control the menace of dowry The PIL has also urged the court to inquire into the “mushrooming illegal business of marriage brokers and marriage service providers” The court was informed that the Union of India were framing guidelines to clamp down on illegal operation of such websites “Till then the state government should set up a grievance redressal machinery so that women who have complaints against such websites have a forum to file complaints and action can be initiated against such complaints under criminal law” said the court Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news It further wants the draft guidelines which are being framed to be placed before the court on July 8 “Judicial note should be taken about the fact that there a large number of cases are still being registered under the Dowry Prohibition Act This issue can only be resolved if dowry prohibition officers are appointed in letter and in spirit” said the court The state government had earlier informed the court that creation of such posts would not be possible due to financial constraints On Thursday the state government suggested that it could give existing officers additional charge of dowry prohibition officers The High Court however said that it could only be an interim measure and directed the government to take appropriate steps to appoint one dowry prohibition officer in each district within the next threemonths Stating that this was the duty of the state the High Court said “We direct the state to create post of dowry prohibition officers Independent officers will not be able to discharge this duty It will be appropriate to have at least one such officer for each district” Meanwhile the court has said for the time being the government should give the charge of dowry prohibition to existing officers preferably those in charge of child development and protection “In areas where there are more complaints the state will have to give charge to Class I officer who has experience in working in this field” said Justice A S Oka In terms of appointing advisory boards to curb such cases Acting Advocate General Rohit Deo said that while such boards would be set-up the commissioner of women and child development department will act as the nodal agency The court has granted the state three months to create one such board in eachdistrict [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 4 2013 5:40 pm Related News The bail plea of self-styled godman Asaram Bapuaccused of allegedly sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girlwas on Wednesday rejected by a Jodhpur court after the prosecution raised strong objection to setting him free The District and Sessions Judge (Rural) Manoj Kumar Vyas dismissed the bail plea after two days of hearing arguments by Asaram’s counsel K K Manan and perusing prosecution’s detailed reply Before arrestAsaram Bapu warned Rajasthan government The court rejected the defense counsel’s arguments raised over the FIRmedical report and statement of the girl who was sexually assaultedAdditional Advocate Geneal Anand Purohit told reporters 72-year-old Asaram was sent to jail on Monday after he was remanded in 14-day judicial custody by a court here Asaram was arrested in Indore following an FIR lodged by the victim that she was sexually assaulted by him Asaram’s counsel alleged that the police had worked under the pressure of media and prepared FIR in a hurry He contended that the FIR against Asaram does not stand as there are several lacunae in it Holy menunholy acts: Sexlies and secrets He has been booked under sections 376342506 and 509 of the IPCsection 8 of the Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) and sections 23 and 26 of the Juvenile Justice Act in connection with the alleged assault The defence claimed that the victim was not minor as was being claimed and in fact was an adult and so the charges under POSCO against Asaram also do not stand Asaram was arrested amid high drama on the intervening night of Saturday-Sunday in Indore and brought here on Monday for interrogation He has denied the charges He has cleared a potency test conducted on him at the SN Medical college here To recreate the incidentpolice had also also taken to his Manai Ashramabout 30 km from Jodhpurwhere the girl was allegedly sexually assaulted Opposing the bail pleathe prosecution said the ongoing probe in the case will be affected if he was freed PHOTOS: Asaram sent to 14-day judicial custody If let off on bail Asaram will try to influence the investigations as he had already tried to influence the policeit told the court Police claimed that Asaram’s supporters have threatened fficers handling the case and even tried to bribe the cops who had shown up to arrest hima charge denied by the self-styled sipritual preacher A threatening letter apparently faxed from UP was received by Jodhpur DCP A P Lamba who is heading the probe in the casethe court was informed According to the policeAsaram’s medical report clearly showed that he had lied about being unwell to evade arrest It also contended that Asaram clearing the potency test showed that he was capable of having sexually assaulted the girl Related: Asaram sent to jail for 14 days “Points made by the prosecution in its reply have been accepted by the court and the victim’s statements have been considered by the court too as recorded in the FIR” Purohit said The defence submitted that the girl was an adult but the court accepted date of birth certficate of the victim made availabe by the prosecutionand found her a minorhe said “There was no change in FIR either as demanded by the defence lawyer The important section 376 of IPC dealing with rape charge was also considered and maintained by the court” he said Two other accused in the case Shilpi (warden) and Sharad (caretaker of the ashram) were still missing or abscondinghe said Purohit also commended the media role in the case After the judgementAsaram’s another counsel Jagmal Choudhary told reporters that he would move an appeal in the high court against the bail rejection For all the latest India News download Indian 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