eye MCS/204/2017-19RNINO.MAHENG2002/21899 THE SUNDAY EXPRESS MAGAZINE The Man With the Golden Touch MUMBAI,LATECITY JULY1,2018 20+6(EYE)PAGES,`5.00 DAILY FROM: AHMEDABAD, CHANDIGARH, DELHI, JAIPUR, KOLKATA, LUCKNOW, MUMBAI, NAGPUR, PUNE, VADODARA SUNDAY STORY BIG PICTURE P PAGE 9 AGES WWW.INDIANEXPRESS.COM 10-11 A bicycle kick Prove your identity Facing low demand, China, India’s largest cycle maker is cutting price of country’s largest-selling model. Is that only way to break the cycle? How Bappi Lahiri came to be India’s disco king and why, nearly five decades since he burst onto the scene in Bollywood, he is still making music First NRC, now Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. So is being Assamese about language, religion, ethnicity, or citizenship? Mandsaur victim UPSC better, parents want school to answer FATF TERROR FINANCING Put on funds watch list, Pak vows action Prelim + Mains + Interview Batch Starts 2 July @ 8am By: Ranjan Kolambe & Bhagirath Team Venue : Kesariwada Narayan Peth Pune 7378 406 920 9970 298 197 THE CITY PAGE 3 ● NEW CP TAKES CHARGE, PREDECESSOR NOW STATE POLICE CHIEF MILIND GHATWAI MANDSAUR, JUNE 30 ON JUNE 26, the day the sevenyear-old became the victim of a brutalgangrape here,her grandmother was late by half an hour in picking her up from school. Family members say they started looking for the girl when she didn’t return after school closing time of 5 pm, and that the private school dissuaded them from approaching the police. They also ask how the school lethergowithstrangers,whoallegedly later raped her. The next morning, a neighbourhood boy found her walking around dazed and alerted a man passing by, who in turn approached police. The girl, who is admittedinahospital,isnowrecovering, and doctors said she is out of danger. Thetwoaccusedwhoareunder arrest, Irfan Khan, 20 and Asif, 24, live in a locality near the girl’s school. Police said footage from a CCTVintheareashowingthegirl walking away with the two had helped them zero in on the accused. They said the accused offered the girl some sweets and told her they would take her to Will act soon, go after terror groups, says Pakistan; India welcomes move A CCTV grab showing one of the accused, cited as proof SUSHANT SINGH her father, who was waiting some distance away. Policeclaimtohavecollected clothes stained with blood and semen from Irfan’s and Asif’s houses, and say they have sufficient evidence against the two. They are now waiting to record the victim’s statement. Demanding quick punishment for the two accused, the girl’s grandmother said, “They had left her to die. She was lucky to survive.” She also asked how the school could be so careless with a small child. The school’s CCTV cameras were found to be turned off after2pmthatday,reportedlydue to a power cut. The watchman and other staff said they were not aware at what point the victim left the school. The girl’s uncle said, “The CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 INDIASATURDAYwelcomedthe Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decision to place Pakistan onits“greylist”forfailingtocurb terror financing and hoped that Islamabad would take “credible measures” to address international concerns on terrorism from Pakistan. Pakistan’s placement on the grey list, which was decided in February in Paris, took effect Friday after Islamabad submitted a 26-point action plan with the FATF to address stated deficiencies over the next 15 months. The plan includes squeezing thefinancesof Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Falah-i-Insaniat, Lashkar-eTaiba, Jaish-e-Muhammad, Haqqani network and the Afghan Taliban. Failure to negotiate this action plan would have ledPakistantobefeaturedonthe 3 killed in a day, Tripura minister stands by role in one rumour ABHISHEK SAHA GUWAHATI, JUNE 30 HAVING SEEN three separate incidents of lynching in the course of a day over rumours of childlifting, including of one person who had been hired by the district administation to dispel the rumours, the Tripura Police has startedintensivecommunityengagementprogrammes in coop- eration with officials in the sensitive pockets. Thelynchings happenedtwo days after an 11-year-old boy was found dead with cut marks onhisbodyinMohanpur,just25 km from state capital Agartala, andrumoursspreadthathiskidneys had been removed. The discovery of the body had led to a clash between residents and policemen, leaving more than 10 people injured on both sides. Tripura Minister for Education and Law Ratan Lal Nath had visited the boy’s family the same day, June 26, and in a video, was heard telling a gathering that “the kidney was taken out of the boy’s body after making a round cut”. Nath also said “never had Tripura witnessed such an incident” and that the incident was linked to “kidney smugglers” CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Kishtwar DM tells WhatsApp admins to register in 10 days, threatens UAPA ARUN SHARMA JAMMU, JUNE 30 THE DISTRICT Magistrate of Kishtwar, Angrez Singh Rana, has asked admins of all WhatsApp groups operating in this far-off hilly area of Jammu andKashmirto seek registration withhisofficewithin10days.He has warned that otherwise, the admins would be liable for action under the Information Technology Act, Ranbir Penal Code, the cyber crime law, any other law in force at the time of the violation, plus the Unlawful Army patrolling in Kishtwar after Eid riots in 2013 fuelled by social media rumours. File Activities (Prevention) Act. The order follows a report by Kishtwar SSP Abrar Choudhary that WhatsApp groups were “circulatingrumours,falseinformation and unconfirmed or baked information”. “While the freedom of expression through social media is important,thesamecomeswith a responsibility and reasonable restrictions,”saystheDM’sorder. “Therefore, social media group administrators with the ownership of the groups should be ready to bear this responsibility.” Theadminshallundertaketo provide details of all group CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 NEW DELHI, JUNE 30 France's Kylian Mbappe became the first teenager since Pele in 1958 to score two goals in a World Cup as France defeated Argentina 4-3 Saturday in Kazan. Reuters France sends Argentina home: Mbappe 2, Messi 0 ANDREW DAS & CHRISTOPHER CLAREY KAZAN, JUNE 30 LIONEL MESSI’s fourth World Cup ended in bitter, frustrating and all-too-familiar defeat Saturday, as Argentina tumbled out of the tournament after a 43 loss to a suddenly impressive France in the round of 16. Messidepartsafterafrustrat- Jain body locks horns, goat export to Sharjah from Nagpur culled VIVEK DESHPANDE NAGPUR, JUNE 30 OPPOSITION BY a Jain organisationstalledamaidengoatexport flight from Nagpur to Sharjah on Saturday. The Akhil Jain Samaj, a representativebodyoftheJaincommunity,opposedtheproposedexport of 1,500 goats, brought from Rajasthan to Nagpur, on the ground of “violence against animals”,withthestategovernment tamelygivinginandcallingoffthe flight.Asaresult,aprogramme,to be attended by Union Surface Transport and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Animal Husbandry Minister Mahadev Jankar and Union Minister of Commerce and Industry Suresh Prabhu had to be put off. BJP Rajya Sabha MP Vikas Mahatme, who was behind the goatexportidea,toldTheSunday Express, “There was opposition from the Jain community, so we have put off the programme. We will hold talks with them and will try to convince CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Mumbai’s Victorian & Art Deco buildings get UNESCO world heritage site tag EXPRESS NEWS SERVICE MUMBAI, JUNE 30 BUILDINGS of Victorian and Art Decoarchitecturalstyles,stretching from Marine Drive to Fort in south Mumbai, on Saturday jointly made it to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. Thisisthefirstworldheritage sitethatflauntsacombinationof 19th century Victorian structures and 20th century Art Deco buildings. The site is home to buildings such as the Bombay High Court, Mumbai University, Old Secretariat, Elphinstone College, David Sassoon Library, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Western The site stretches from Marine Drive to Fort. Express Railways headquarters, Maharashtra Police headquarters, Oval Maidan, Art Deco buildings of Backbay Reclamation scheme, Cricket Club of India, Ram Mahal along Dinshaw Wacha Road, Eros and Regal cinemas and the first row of buildings along Marine Drive. This is the third such honour for Mumbai after the Elephanta Caves and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station found placeintheworldheritagesitelist in 1987 and 2004, respectively. At Manama in Bahrain, where the 42nd UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting was held on Saturday, France termed the Mumbai dossier as “magnificent” while Azerbaijan described it as “perfect”, noticing that despite two decades or urban development, the city has been able to preserve the heritage site. CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 ing tournament in which Argentina only barely escaped a humiliating elimination in the group stage. But it ended as all his major tournaments with Argentina’sseniornationalteam have: without a trophy, and while carrying the burden of a team defeat on his slight shoulders. At31,hemaychoosetomake this his last World Cup. For a few minutes in the second half, it al- most seemed as if Argentina’s troubled trip at this World Cup might be extended. Angel Di Maria scored a gorgeous longrange goal just before halftime, and then Gabriel Mercado turned in a low shot by Messi three minutes into the second half for a 2-1 lead. But France was simply too good. The teenage forward Kylian Mbappe won a penalty in CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 FATF OBJECTIVES ■ Identify, assess terrorist financing risks ■ Act against illegal money ■ Identify cash couriers ■ Investigate terrorist financing activity ■ Financial sanctions against 1267, 1373 designated terrorists ■ Deprive designated persons of their resources and the usage of the resources FATF blacklist. “WehopethattheFATFAction plan shall be complied with in a time-boundmannerandcredible measures would be taken by Pakistan to address global concerns related to terrorism CONTINUED ON PAGE 2
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