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We arrested Gaikwad immediately after we received the complaint, Waghmare said On MondayGaikwad was produced before the court which remanded him to police custody till Thursday For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 28 2011 1:32 am Related News The Chandigarh Police today arrested the mastermind in the case of fraud involving Healthyway ImmigrationsVarun Guptaa chartered accountant According to the special investigation team (SIT) Varun has confessed to his involvement in forging bank documents DSP Anil Joshi said Guptaa resident of Sector 45 also runs his own immigration firm called Globals Consultancy Group in Sector 20 Alsohe used to operate from his residence as a chartered accountant under the name of ‘Varun and associates in Sector 45 Moreoverthe Police is also examining the role of certain bank employees who were named by Gupta for having connived with him He is the mastermind behind the fraud and had forged bank documents After Amit Kakkar had disclosed Guptas involvement in the casewe arrested him tonight DSP Anil Joshi told Newsline Police also said that Gupta has agents across AmbalaJagadhri and other places in Punjab whose roles are under scanner According to policethe accused forged documents to show fixed deposits in the bank accounts of their clients while processing visa applications Police have recovered 197 forged bank documents till now from the office of prime accused Amit Kakkar The immigration firm is in the dock for duping several clients on fake promises of sending them abroad For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Updated: August 16 2017 9:11 pm US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson File Top News The religious freedom is under attack in Pakistan US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said and hoped that the new prime minister would promote interfaith harmony in the country Releasing a Congressional-mandated 2016 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom yesterday US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the Pakistan government marginalises Ahmadiyya Muslims and refuses to recognise them as Muslim “Religious freedom is under attack in Pakistan where more than two dozen are on death row or serving a life imprisonment for blasphemy” he said Tillerson hoped that new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and his government will promote interfaith harmony and protect the rights of religious minorities in Pakistan Abbasi 58 was sworn-in as Pakistan’s prime minister on August 1 after the Supreme Court disqualified the incumbent Nawaz Sharif for dishonesty following the Panama papers case The US report said that in 2016 there continued to be violence and abuses committed by armed sectarian groups connected to organisations banned by the government including Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan and Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat as well as abuses by individuals and groups designated as terrorist organisations by the US and other governments such as ISIL-Khorasan According to the State Department members of religious minority communities said there continued to be inconsistent application of laws safeguarding minority rights and enforcement of protections of religious minorities at both the federal and provincial levels by the federal Ministry of Law Justice and Human Rights and its provincial counterparts “Religious minorities said they remained concerned that government action to address coerced conversions of religious minorities to Islam was inadequate” the report said Religious minority activists however said they believed the Sindh Assembly’s new law criminalizing forced conversions which passed in November but was under review by the Sindh Assembly at year’s end would be a step to restrict the practice and better protect minors belonging to religious minorities it added Religious minority community leaders said the government failed to take adequate action to protect minorities from bonded labor in the brick-making and agricultural sectors an illegal practice in which victims were disproportionately Christians and Hindus according to the report According to Hindu and Sikh leaders the legal uncertainty surrounding the process of registering marriages for their communities continued to create difficulties for Hindu and Sikh women in obtaining their inheritances accessing health services voting obtaining a passport and buying or selling property the report added For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Sinjar | Published: August 3 2017 10:18 pm Nearly 3000 Yazidi women and children remain in Islamic State captivity and control over Sinjar is disputed by rival armed factions and their regional patrons (Representational photo) Related News Iraq’s Yazidis marked three years since Islamic State launched what the United Nations said was a genocidal campaign against them on Thursday but their ordeal is far from over despite the ouster of the jihadist fighters Militants were driven out of the last part of the Yazidi homeland in northern Iraq in May However most Yazidis have yet to return to villages they fled when Islamic State over-ran Sinjar in the summer of 2014 killing and capturing thousands because of their faith Nearly 3000 Yazidi women and children remain in Islamic State captivity and control over Sinjar is disputed by rival armed factions and their regional patrons Justice for the crimes Yazidis suffered including sexual enslavement has also so far proved elusive “The Yazidis’ wound is still bleeding” one man told Reuters at a ceremony attended by several thousand people including the mayor and other local dignitaries held at a temple at the foot of the mountain that dominates Sinjar “The Kurds and the Iraqi government are fighting for Sinjar and we are paying the price” said the man A UN human rights Commission of Inquiry which declared the killings of thousands of Yazidis to be a genocide said on Thursday that the atrocity had not ended and that the international community was not doing enough to stop it “The genocide is on-going and remains largely unaddressed despite the obligation of States… to prevent and to punish the crime” the commissioners said in a statement Islamic State fighters killed thousands of captured men during their attack on the Yazidis a religious sect whose beliefs combine elements of several ancient Middle Eastern religions Islamic State considers Yazidis as devil-worshippers Images of desperate Yazidis fleeing up the mountain in the blazing summer heat were broadcast around the world and helped to galvanise the United States to conduct its first air strikes against Islamic State in Iraq At least 9900 of Iraq’s Yazidis were killed or kidnapped in just days in the Islamic State attack in 2014 according to a study documenting the number of Yazidis affected which could be used as evidence in any trial for genocide About 3100 Yazidis were killed – with more than half shot beheaded or burned alive – and about 6800 kidnapped to become sex slaves or fighters according to the report published in the Public Library of Science journal PLoS Medicine Enslaved women and girls are now reportedly being sold by Islamic State fighters trying to escape the US-led assault on their Syrian stronghold of Raqqa the UN commission said DISPUTE OVER SINJAR The array of forces that drove Islamic State out of Sinjar are now vying for control of the area near the borders of Iraq Syria and Turkey Kurdish peshmerga forces retook around half of Sinjar in late 2015 effectively annexing it to the autonomous region they hope to convert into an independent state A referendum on independence is due to be held in September which the government in Baghdad opposes Mainly Shi’ite paramilitary groups some backed by Iran retook the rest of the Yazidi homeland in May bringing them within metres of the peshmerga Another group the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) also gained a foothold in Sinjar and clashed with the peshmerga earlier this year Its presence has made the area a target for Turkey which has fought a three-decade war against the PKK on its own soil “People are worried about returning” said General Ashti Kojer the local head of Kurdish police known as Asayish “The (Sinjar) region has become a conflict zone” Kojer and another local official said the political environment was preventing international organisations from working on reconstruction and rehabilitation in Sinjar further discouraging Yazidis from returning Water has to be trucked in electricity is supplied from private generators schools are closed and the closest hospital is Dohuk — around three hours’ drive away “The lack of services and political problems are preventing families from returning” Jalal Khalaf the director of the mayor’s office in Sinjar told Reuters BLAME GAME In a speech at the ceremony the Yazidi mayor of Sinjar Mahma Xelil said former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was responsible for the tragedy because he was in charge when the militants overran Mosul capturing billions of dollars of weapons they used in their attack on the minority Other Yazidis blame the Kurds who were defending the area at the time for failing to resist the IS onslaught At the ceremony people carried signs saying “Stop Yazidi Genocide” Families streamed into cemeteries to remember their loved ones Women wore bandanas saying “Genocide” In the city of Sinjar posters and banners hung up on roundabouts depict harrowing scenes from the attack three years ago: families fleeing and distressed women and children Large parts of the city which was also home to Muslim Kurds and Arabs remain empty Around 1000 Yazidi families have returned to Sinjar since the city was retaken in 2015 according to Khalaf The city and the surrounding area had been home to around 400000 Yazidis Farhan Lazgin brought his family back to Sinjar around one year ago because he was fed up with living in a camp His home was in relatively good shape but his two children have missed out on a year of school and may fall further behind because teachers are not returning to the city Zeido Shammo one of the few shopowners to have returned to the city said he no longer trusted local forces: “We ask for international protection” he said echoing the sentiment of many Yazidis Although Islamic State has been routed from the area Shammo said he could not feel safe until their hardline ideology was eradicated too: “Daesh (Islamic State) is defeated but we are still worried because the mentality of Daesh still exists” Opposite his shop Islamic State slogans have yet to be painted over One reads: “The State of the Caliphate Remains” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News ?5 hours after the stroke.invites players from across the world for what will be a project of international standards, When approached, 2014 2:28 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