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be at the top ahead of Belgium, Chandigarh, Khushbu said, adding that people should come forward in such incidents to help the victim or overpower the attacker.She also expressed concern over what she termed as "speculation" on social media and platforms over the motive behind the killing The police had come under criticism as no headway has been made in the case so far although cops had released CCTV images of a suspect The Madras High Court had also come down on the state government warning it of suo motu intervention if there was any negligencein the probe The court asked the police: "Where were your police officers Swathi’s body was lying like an exhibition for two hours Even the dead have got right to dignity under the Constitution" reported NDTV The state government had subsequently transferred the investigation of the case from the Government Railway Police to the city police on Monday With inputs from PTI New Delhi: As the Narendra Modi government moves ahead to weed out archaic laws a peeved Law Ministry has shot off a letter to all Union ministries pointing out that "several" of them have failed to help the Law Commission compile a list of obsolete statutes The Law Ministry has asked secretaries of various central ministries and departments to appoint a nodal officer each to "actively interact" with the Law Commission to expedite the process of weeding out obsolete laws and rules which are clogging the statute books Representational image AFP "As you may be aware the government is committed to simplifying the laws and reducing the number of laws in the country.the Chairman Law Commission has informed that the Commission had issued letters to secretaries of various ministries/departments requesting them to prepare an exhaustive list of all the laws/Acts.he has further stated that several ministries have not responded till date in spite of several reminders" Law Secretary PK Malhotra said in a recent letter The Law Commission had written to various ministries in May 2012 to come out with a list of laws they think should be repealed While the Law Ministry had mandated the Law Commission to recommend laws that can be repealed Prime Minister Modi had last month constituted a separate committee to identify "obsolete" laws which he believes hamper governance by creating "avoidable confusion" The newly-constituted Committee will examine all Acts recommended to be repealed by the Committee on Review of Administrative Laws which had been appointed by Atal Bihari Vajpayee government in 1998 Modi has expressed concern that out of the 1382 Acts recommended for repeal by that Committee only 415 have been repealed so far The NDA government has already introduced a bill in Lok Sabha during the Budget session to repeal 36 Acts The Repealing and Amending Bill 2014 seeks to remove certain Amendment Acts and Principal Acts from the statute books as they have outlived their utility This is the first time since 2001 that such an exercise is being undertaken by the Law Ministry The Amendment Acts which are sought to be repealed through the Bill include amendments to the Representation of the People Act Marriage Act Election Laws Divorce Laws and Anand Marriage Act and the Evidence Act Two of the stand alone Acts which will also be repealed through the bill are Foreign Jurisdiction Act 1947 and Sugar Undertaking (Taking Over of Management) Act PTI London: Stock markets in Asia on Wednesday started with more gains continuing the positive lead set by the US and Europe AFP Wall Street and bourses across Europe have been recovering some of the ground since Britain on June 24 voted to leave the European Union BBC reported In Japan the benchmark Nikkei 225 was up by 07 per cent to 1543607 points Carmaker Toyota saw an almost 3 per cent rise despite more recalls over faulty airbags Hong Kong’s Hang Seng was up 04 per cent to 2024367 while the mainland benchmark Shanghai Composite was 03 per cent higher at 291853 according to IANS MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1 percent to recoup around a third of Friday’s stinging loss Japan’s Nikkei climbed 14 percent while Australian stocks added 08 percent Reuterssaid Any bounce was welcome given global equity markets shed $3 trillion in value in the two days following Britain’s shock vote according to S&P Dow Jones Indices Investors also pointed to solid US economic data as helping to steady the ship Yet Britain’s course out of the EU remains unknown leaving the future of the entire bloc and its currency an open question "The only certainty in Europe is uncertainty" said analysts as Australia and New Zealand Bank in a note "European leaders appear to want to move forward with Brexit plans as quickly as possible but political turmoil within Britain suggests a quick turnaround is unlikely" The unease was evident in sterling which slipped a third of a US cent over the morning to huddle at $13309 not far from the recent 31-year low of $13122 The euro regained only a little ground to $11060 while the safe-haven yen steadied at 10242 per dollar For now investors are counting on central banks to step in with fresh stimulus to support markets over time Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urged the Bank of Japan to provide ample funds to ensure market liquidity In the first of Federal Reserve policymakers to comment since the vote Governor Jerome Powell said it had shifted global risks ‘to the downside’ That only reinforced market expectations the Fed will no longer be able to hike US rates this year and could even be forced to cut if the domestic economy falters Yielding less than nothing On Wall Street the Dow rose 157 percent while the S&P 500 gained 178 percent and the Nasdaq 212 percent Badly beaten-down financials and tech stocks were among the top gaining sectors The calmer mood was reflected in the CBOE Volatility Index which fell about 21 percent on Tuesday to close to where it was before the vote It was its largest one-day percentage decline since August 2011 Aiding sentiment were data showing the US economy grew at a 11 percent annualized rate in the first quarter rather than the 08 percent pace reported last month Yet concerns about the impact of Brexit on global growth and all the talk that central banks might have to ease anew to offset it kept sovereign bonds well supported Yields on US 10-year notes held at 147 percent just above a near four-year low of 1406 percent hit on Friday Comparable German and Japanese bonds are into record territory and pay negative yields Indeed all Japanese bonds out to 40 years now offer less than 01 percent a nightmare for pension funds and insurers desperate for a ‘decent’ return In commodity markets gold stepped back after two heady days Spot gold was holding at $131940 an ounce but off a low of $130523 Oil prices gained as a looming strike by Norwegian oil and gas field workers threatened to cut output There were also reports oil producers and refiners in crisis-struck Venezuela were struggling to keep output up US crude oil futures were up 40 cents at $4825 while Brent crude rose 27 cents to $4885 Zimbabwe: A wealthy American dentist who used a bow and arrow to shoot Zimbabwe’s beloved Cecil the lion faced fierce criticism on Tuesday amid allegations that it took 40 hours for the animal to die The lion a popular attraction among international visitors to the Hwange National Park was lured outside the park’s boundaries by bait and killed earlier this month Cecil the Lion AP "The offender is a gentleman who is an American called Walter James Palmer" Emmanuel Fundira president of the Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe told reporters in the capital Harare "A lot of people travel long distances coming to Zimbabwe to enjoy our wildlife and obviously the absence of Cecil is a disaster" Fundira described Cecil as "almost semi-domesticated" and said that Palmer had paid about $50000 for the hunt The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force charity said Palmer and professional Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst had gone out at night with a spotlight and tied a dead animal to their vehicle to lure Cecil into range "Palmer shot Cecil with a bow and arrow but this shot didn’t kill him They tracked him down and found him 40 hours later when they shot him with a gun" the charity alleged It added that the hunters unsuccessfully tried to hide the dead lion’s tracking collar which was part of a University of Cambridge research programme "Cecil was skinned and beheaded We don’t know the whereabouts of the head" the charity alleged Cecil aged about 13 was said by safari operators to be an "iconic" animal who was recognised by many visitors to Hwange due to his distinctive black mane Hwange attracted 50000 visitors last year about half of them from abroad Fierce criticism Bronkhorst and local landowner Honest Ndlovu will appear in court in Victoria Falls on Wednesday to face poaching charges "Both the professional hunter and land owner had no permit or quota to justify the offtake of the lion and therefore are liable for the illegal hunt" the Zimbabwean Parks Authority said in a statement Tuesday "(They) are being jointly charged for illegally hunting the lion" The statement made no mention of Palmer but added that Bronkhorst’s son Zane was also wanted for questioning Palmer is an experienced trophy hunter from Minnesota He is well-known in US hunting circles as an expert shot with his bow and arrow and has travelled across the world in pursuit of leopards buffalo rhino elk and other large mammals Palmer who reportedly pleaded guilty in 2008 to poaching a black bear in Wisconsin said he had "relied on the expertise of my local professional guides to ensure a legal hunt" "I deeply regret that my pursuit of an activity I love and practise responsibly and legally resulted in the taking of this lion" Palmer said in a statement "I had no idea that the lion I took was a known local favorite was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt" The Twitter and Facebook accounts and website of his dental practice — River Bluff Dental in a suburb of Minneapolis Minnesota — were shut down Tuesday after being flooded with blistering attacks A makeshift memorial began forming outside his shuttered office as people outraged by the story dropped off stuffed animals and flowers according to images from local media The online outrage was intense and by late afternoon there were nearly 100000 tweets with the hashtag #CecilTheLion while an online petition demanding justice for Cecil had drawn 95000 signatures Comedian Ricky Gervais who has targeted trophy hunters with his barbs was among those who expressed their disgust "It’s not for food It’s not the shooting or tin cans would do It must just be the thrill of killing Mental" Gervais tweeted Yelp reviewer Ana S wrote: "You are a worthless human being" "Isn’t that the guy who butchered all those animals for some psychotic thrill" a commentator identified as OldBoy wrote on his YouTube page Some hunting of lions and other large animals is legal in countries such as South Africa Namibia and Zimbabwe where permits are issued allowing hunters to kill certain beasts that are beyond breeding age RIP #CecilTheLion and the many animals murdered for the pleasure of rich egotistical mentally ill trophy hunters pictwittercom/v4iN8gwabh — Ulrich J van Vuuren (@UlrichJvV) July 28 2015 Truly I’d put a cross bow bolt through Walter Palmer then track him from 40 hrs shoot him behead him skin him and sleep peacefully — hardeep singh kohli (@misterhsk) July 28 2015 It is outlawed in Zimbabwe’s national parks "We use hunting as a conservation tool" Fundira said "Hunting is only based on animals which have been vigorously checked in terms of qualifying" The Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force said Cecil had cubs which were likely to be killed by the lion that took over in the group’s hierarchy In May a Texan hunter shot an elderly black rhinoceros in Namibia after buying a government-issued licence for $350000 AFP We are all working towards making Half Girlfriend a huge success. 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