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I’m still waiting. The plant started with the manufacture of televisions way back in 1997, those pulses can “read” the specific wavelengths of light – or colour – that specific gases absorb,” she said. Asked why Chinese dishes have found place in the menu of a restaurant serving shlf1314n food items, 2017 12:15 am Mahatma Gandhi at a garden party Top News Gandhi: An Illustrated Biography by Pramod Kapoor (Roli Books; Rs 995) is the story of the man who phrased shlf1314’s freedom movement with the word ‘satyagraha’, What aspects about Gandhi did you find new and compelling during your research? Trivia fascinated me as much as his profound statements That Gandhi was ambidextrous and that he wrote Hind Swaraj on a voyage with his left hand once his right hand was tired Or that he was good at making sandals and his own envelopes with recycled paper Or when both Sardar Patel and Gandhi were in Yerwada jail he thought Sardar made the best envelopes They were lucky too because letters using Sardar’s envelopes would always pass through the censors To me these are fascinating stories that often escape the attention of serious scholars Given the complexity of the man how did you arrive at decoding his personal and public life I did not feel it was right for me to analyse Gandhi after studying him for merely four-five years I selected stories that had an impact on me and made room for the reader to arrive at his/her own interpretation For instance Gandhi would treat his immediate family in the same way as he would treat his close followers at his ashram He would often behave like a general who could not differentiate between his soldiers and his son if they were in the same battalion Critics would often say that if he had to treat his family in such a way what was the need for him to have a family For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: January 27 2012 4:22 pm Related News External Affairs Minister S M Krishna today got a major relief from the Supreme Court which stayed the ongoing probe by the Lokayukta police against him in an alleged illegal mining case during his tenure as Karnataka Chief Minister saying the proceedings were “premature” “We are inclined to stay the proceedings Accordinglythe proceedings arising out of the FIR on the issue ordered by the Karnataka Lokayukta will remain stayed” a bench comprising justices Altamas Kabir and Gyan Sudha Misra said while hearing the petition filed by Krishna challenging the January 20 order of the Karnataka High Court refsuing to give relief to him The bench said the probe ordered by the Lokayukta court was “premature” as the proceedings before the ombudsman was “incomplete” on account of the failure of the submission of the supplementary report The benchwhich issued a notice and sought response within three weeks from Karnataka government and the complainanton whose plea the FIR was registeredalso said “we are all anxious that truth should come out” The remarks of the bench came when advocate Prashant Bhushanappearing for the complainant and social activist T J Abrahamopposed Krishna’s plea for staying all proceedings He submitted staying of the proceedings will “stall” the entire probe arising out of the FIR registered on the order of the Lokayukta court Howeverthe bench was not impressed by his submission and said “prima facieit is required that investigation by the Lokayukta should be completed” “The Lokayukta report is to be followed by another report or the supplementary report for the strong prima facie case You are bringing the matter before the Lokayukta proceeding is complete” the bench said “You don’t have to create a situation You have to go by the situation” the bench said when Bhushan repeatedly pressed that the order of the Karnataka High Court should not be stayed Howeverthe bench said it will pass an interim order and later “examine everything” after receiving the counter affidavits of the state government and the complainant Krishna has filed a petition seeking quashing of the complaint and the probe by the Lokayukta police against him over alleged illegal mining when he was Karnataka chief minister from 1999 to 2004 The petition by Krishna had challenged the January 20 decision of the Karnataka High Court by which his plea for quashing the private complaint and proceedings ordered by the Lokayukta Special Court against him was rejected Krishna’s counsel and advocate K K Venugopal contended the cabinet decision was a collective one taken by 34 ministers and an individual cannot be held responsible for it The high court had ordered that investigation should continue into offences relating to dereservation of forest area in mineral-rich fragile zones Bhushan alleged allotment of the mining area in the 11000 sq km area of dereserved forest was not done on merits KrishnaChief Minister from 1999 to 2004howeverhad got some relief from the high court when it quashed the charges of mismanagement of state-owned Mysore Minerals Limited by him on the ground that “it does not constitute any cognisable offence and do not call for investigation” The proceedings by a Lokayukta Special Court was initiated on December 8 last on a private complaint against him Krishna had challenged the Lokayukta court order in the high court which had on December 15 last stayed the FIR against him T J Abraham had filed a complaint against Krishna and former Chief Ministers H D Kumaraswamy and N Dharam Singh seeking action against them for allegedly facilitating illegal mining Singhhoweverhad withdrawn his petition from the high courtseeking quashing of the proceedings against him in the wake a PIL pending against him on the same issue In a seperate orderthe high court had also refused to grant any relief to Kumaraswamy The decision of the cabinet led by Krishna in dereserving forest for mining had also reached the Karnataka High Court in 2003 as an advocate had filed a PIL challenging it It was dismissed on July 182004on the ground that there was no public interest involved in the petition The court had then held that the petitioner has not been able to show that the government has no power to issue such notification For all the latest News Archive News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News Apple saw store revenue up 27 per cent from last year in Mainland China. 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