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The trailer however is both spooky and raunchy. which will be releasing later this month, Lok Sabha was informed on Thursday. Rural Development Minister Birender Singh said. The clarification by Delhi University’s registrar Tarun Das came amid the raging controversy over Modi’s educational qualifications with AAP continuing to question genuiness of the BA degree. Narendra Modi. Aarfa and Alizeh, according to Xinhua news agency.he should first resign both from the party and the Parliament and then take his battle to the streets. ?

Police searched rooms of both suspects and seized some evidence. 16 patients have been diagnosed with dengue since January this year. 2014 12:20 pm The military plan must also be Iraqi-led and reflect a certain level of national agreement for consensus between the various communities, The exam will be rescheduled shortly.The Navy will probe the leak For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Sacramento | Published: April 23 2017 10:34 pm FILE – IN this Aug 16 2016 file photo a condemned inmate is led out of his east block cell on death row at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin Calif(AP Photo/Eric Risberg File) Top News California has long been what one expert calls a “symbolic death penalty state” one of 12 that has capital punishment on the books but has not executed anyone in more than a decade Prodded by voters and lawsuits the nation’s most populous state may now be easing back toward allowing executions though observers are split on how quickly they will resume if at all Corrections officials expect to meet a Wednesday deadline to submit revised lethal injection rules to state regulators trying again with technical changes after the first attempt was rejected in December The California Supreme Court meanwhile is expected to rule by August on challenges to a ballot initiative narrowly approved by voters in November that would speed up executions by reducing the time allowed for appeals Still it is a far cry from the situation in Arkansas which carried out its first execution since 2005 last week after trying to put eight inmates to death this month in an unprecedented series of double executions Courts have blocked three of them Legal rulings have put at least one other in doubt California could come close to resuming executions in the next year said law professor Robert Weisberg co-director of the Stanford Criminal Justice Center though others say too many variables and challenges remain to make a prediction California has by far the nation’s largest death row with nearly 750 inmates about double that of No 2 Florida The state’s proposed lethal injection regulations are patterned after a single-drug process that already passed muster with the US Supreme Court Weisberg said Corrections officials submitted the regulations only after they were forced to act by a judge’s ruling on behalf of crime victims angered at the state’s three-year delay But the regulations replacing California’s old three-drug method are likely to be approved at some point Weisberg said Deborah Denno a professor at Fordham University School of Law and an expert on lethal injections was among those who said recent revisions to the state’s proposed regulations still don’t cure underlying problems that can lead to botched executions For instance the proposed rules now give executioners 10 minutes to administer each round of lethal drugs The first batch is supposed to kill but if that initial dose doesn’t work executioners would administer four more similar doses each with a 10-minute countdown clock to make sure the process doesn’t drag on for hours as critics said was a possibility under the original rules If the inmate is still alive after five massive doses “the San Quentin Warden shall stop the execution and summon medical assistance for the inmate” The regulations still call for letting the warden at San Quentin State Prison pick from among four powerful barbiturates — amobarbital pentobarbital secobarbital or thiopental — depending on which one is available as manufacturers try to limit the use of their drugs for executions Inmates could also choose to die in the gas chamber The Berkeley Law Death Penalty Clinic which opposes executions says amobarbital and secobarbital have never been used in executions The clinic said problems remain over how the drugs would be obtained and administered Officials in several other states with long-delayed executions have said their efforts to carry out the death penalty have been thwarted by a lack of lethal drugs Arkansas was rushing to try to execute as many inmates as possible before its supply of the controversial sedative midazolam expires at month’s end Midazolam would not be used under California’s regulations Denno said California’s regulations would still conceal the identities training and experience of the execution team crucial information since the deadly drugs must be properly measured mixed and administered to ensure a painless death “It’s a complicated process and everything has to be going right and it’s so easy in a prison context for everything not to go right” she said She equated it to letting amateurs provide anesthesia for surgery Denno and other experts said the new rules eventually will have to pass the scrutiny of US District Court Judge Jeremy Fogel who halted executions in the state in early 2006 and ordered prison officials to improve their lethal injection process California voters have eased penalties for many crimes in recent years but have repeatedly rejected efforts to end the death penalty They did so again in November when 51 percent approved Proposition 66 designed to speed up death penalty cases Fifty-three percent of voters defeated a competing measure that would have abolished the death penalty The state Supreme Court quickly blocked Proposition 66 while it considers challenges Appellate lawyer Kirk Jenkins who studies the court expects the justices will reject the proposition’s five-year deadline for deciding death row appeals because it violates the separation of powers Death penalty appeals average at least a decade from the time a condemned inmate is assigned a post-trial lawyer to a final decision by the state’s high court he said and the justices already have a backlog of about 300 capital cases “There is no possible way that the court could meet the deadlines in Prop 66” without putting aside virtually all other decisions Jenkins said The initiative also makes it easier for corrections officials to adopt new lethal injection procedures But even a complete rejection of Proposition 66 would not derail the executions of inmates whose appeals are exhausted Weisberg said Those executions could proceed once the state has an approved lethal injection process Experts said the delays may give opponents time to mount another campaign next year asking voters again if they want to abolish the death penalty “In California it’s become a symbolic death penalty state” Denno said “Whether that is going to change or not is unpredictable” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by KapilDave | Gandhinagar | Published: December 3 2011 6:05 am Related News Locked in a bitter feud with the Governor over several issuesparticularly the appointment of a new Lokayukta without consulting itthe state government is set to strike back with a plan to strip the Raj Bhawan of powers to appoint vice-chancellors of the state-run universities Governor Kamla Beniwalwho is the ex-officio chancellor of over a dozen state-run universitieshad ignored the state governments advice while appointing a number of vice-chancellors a few months ago Nowthe state government plans to amend its Universities Act to curb the Governors powers to interfere in the educational matters Sources close to Chief Minister Narendra Modi said the proposed amendment will rely heavily on Justice Punchhi Commissions report on Centre-State relationswhich is said to have recommended that the Governors should be restrained from meddling into educational matters of the state The Punchhi Commissionappointed by the UPA government in 2007 and headed by former Chief Justice of India Justice (retired) Madan Mohan Punchhisubmitted its report in March 2010 The government is very annoyed with the Governors move to appoint the pro-Congress Dr DR Korat as Bhavnagar Universitys V-C last month and Hemakshi Rao as North Gujarat Universitys V-C a few months ago without consulting the state government?the Pappus ? 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said officials.at Wathar station near? ?? According to reports, Looking back at the electioneering during the nine-phased polls, According to media reports, he said there needs a lot more to be done, former state Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan urged the people to vote for development during the 15 October Assembly polls. the lowest for any president in South Korea since the country achieved a democracy in the late 1980s following decadeslong dictatorships.” Park said in her speech.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya A | New Delhi | Updated: December 23, The MCI’s executive committee had said in its report that the North civic body’s medical college had a 22 per cent shortage of faculty and a 32 per cent dearth of resident doctors at the hospital. Joe Root ended the partnership when he threw down the stumps at the non-striker’s end with a direct hit, slumped to 57 for five on the fourth day of the second and final Test on Monday. haemorrhagic fever, 200 were confirmed by the civic administration. saying it was airlifting them to a station in Pensacola, The plot is owned by the state government, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Manchester | Published: January 28,com/Obrdlat3Xq — Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) February 7.

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