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A Woman In Delhi Was Allegedly kidnapped, Assaulted And Thrown Off Car On Saturday

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The victim alleged that the man followed her in a car and near Millennium Depot, he forcibly took her inside the vehicle. On the way, he tried to harass her and assaulted her with a glass bottle, following which she sustained injuries.

NEW DELHI: A 25-year-old woman was allegedly kidnapped and assaulted in a car by an unidentified man in southeast Delhi and later thrown off the vehicle, the police said on Saturday.

The woman alleged that after being abducted from Millennium Depot Sarai Kale Khan, she was thrown out of the car near UP gate, they added.

Police said they were informed about the incident by the hospital, where the woman was undergoing treatment.

In her statement to the police, the woman said around 4 pm on Friday, she had gone to a public toilet at I P park to give food to her sister, who was working there as an attendant in place of her mother.

A man, in his 30s, told her that he knew her mother and, on this pretext, he persuaded her to accompany him. However, after speaking to her mother, she refused to accompany him, Chinmoy Biswal, deputy commissioner of police (southeast), said.

The victim alleged that the man followed her in a car and near Millennium Depot, he forcibly took her inside the vehicle. On the way, he tried to harass her and assaulted her with a glass bottle, following which she sustained injuries, he said. However, the woman has not alleged rape in her statement, the DCP said.

A case has been registered, the police said, adding eight teams had been formed to investigate the matter.

Raids are being conducted in the Delhi-NCR region to trace the accused, Mr Biswal said.

The woman works as a contractual labourer in the Games Village. Her mother works as a public toilet attendant in IP park, he said.

The woman is married and her husband is a causal labourer, he added.

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Iqbal Khan: OTT self-censorship shouldn’t come at cost of creative freedom

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Actor Iqbal Khan says OTT platforms create space for stories and experimentation. While content creators should be responsible, self-censorship should not limit storytelling.

Iqbal, who was last seen in the web series “Crackdown”, is currently shooting an upcoming series in the scenic hill town.

“OTT has taken stories to mobiles and laptops, and can be enjoyed anytime and anywhere. I believe that over a period of time synergies will work out between these platforms. Content can be customised for the platforms. As the authorities are mulling self-censorship on OTT platforms, cognisance will be taken of the nature of content being released by responsible content creators. I believe that such censorship would not come at the cost of creative freedom.”

Starting his career with music videos, Iqbal worked in several television serials before he made his digital debut with the show “The Bull Of Dalal Street” earlier this year. This was followed by “Crackdown”.

“The initial success of OTT prompted me to go for more. I believe that in a short period of time OTT platforms have been able to blur the boundaries of language and geography. Now, good content in any language can be viewed and enjoyed in any part of the world. There are so many stories being told online that good actors can explore much more compared to television or films. However, I always choose a project based on content, irrespective of the exhibition platform or the language,” Iqbal mentioned.

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PM Modi reviews preparedness of Covid-19 vaccine delivery strategy

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed the preparedness of Covid-19 vaccine delivery, distribution and administration. Prime Minister appreciated the efforts of innovators, scientists, academicians and pharma-companies in their efforts to develop vaccines and has directed that every effort should be made to facilitate the research, development and manufacturing of the vaccine.

Five vaccines are in advanced stages of development in India, out of which 4 are in Phase II/III and one is in Phase-I/II.  Countries such as Bangladesh, Myanmar, Qatar, Bhutan, Switzerland, Bahrain, Austria and South Korea – have shown keen interest in partnering for vaccine development of Indian vaccines and use thereof.

In an effort to administer the vaccine at the first available opportunity, database of healthcare and frontline workers, augmentation of cold chains and procurement of syringes, needles, etc. are in advanced stages of preparation.

The vaccination supply chain is being enhanced and non-vaccine supplies are being escalated.  Medical and nursing students and faculty will be involved in the training and implementation of the vaccination programme.  Every step is being steadily put in place to ensure that vaccines reach every location and person according to the prioritisation principles.

The Prime Minister has directed to work in collaboration with all reputed national and international institutions and regulators to ensure the rigour and highest global standards in Indian research and manufacturing.

National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration for Covid-19 (NEGVAC) in consultation with State Governments and all relevant stakeholders have accelerated the implementation of vaccination of priority groups in first phase.

The digital platform for vaccine administration and distribution is prepared and test runs underway in partnership with the State and District Level stakeholders.

The Prime Minister reviewed the aspects of emergency use authorisation and for manufacture and procurement of medicine. As the results of these Phase III trials from national and international vaccine arrive, our robust and independent regulators will speedily and rigorously examine these for according authorisation for use.

The Government has provided assistance of Rs 900 crore under Covid Suraksha Mission to support Research & Development of Covid-19 vaccination.

The Prime Minister directed that a time-bound plan be laid out for speedy regulatory clearances and timely procurement for early rollout of the vaccination drive.

The Prime Minister appreciated comprehensive efforts at vaccine development. He also emphasised that given the persisting pandemic scenario there is no place for any relaxation in preventive measures such as wearing masks, keeping distance and ensuring hygiene.

The meeting was attended by Principal Secretary to PM, Cabinet Secretary, Member (Health) NITI Aayog, Principal Scientific Advisor, Secretary Health, DG ICMR, officers of PMO, and Secretaries of related Departments of Government of India.

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Rs 9 lakh compensation to teenage victim of human trafficking in Kolkata’s Sonagachi

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A teenage victim of human trafficking from Odisha, who was sold to Kolkata’s red-light area in Sonagachi, has been compensated with 9 lakh rupees by the District Legal Services Authority.

According to a report carried by Bengali portal The Wall, she was rescued in May 2016 by Kolkata Police’s Anti Human Trafficking Unit. The police had arrested the three main accused in the case as well before filing the chargesheet.

It was under this chargesheet that a legal battle was being fought for the last four years and after the end of it the girl was paid the compensation. Reportedly, no victim of human trafficking has received such a huge amount in West Bengal till date.

The Kolkata branch of International Justice Mission (IJM) played an important role in ensuring justice for the teenager. The officials of IJM helped the lawyers and investigators with all their resources.

The case was transferred from the district court to the POCSO court. From there the case was transferred to the Calcutta High Court in mid-2018, when IJM had appealed for compensation.

Eventually, the High Court had ordered the District Legal Services Authority to pay the teenager. IJM had further appealed to increase the amount as the victim was under 14 years old when she was trafficked. At the end of everything, the High Court set the amount of rupees nine lakh.

The IJM has called the case and its verdict historic. “This judgement is a win for the law and order. The compensation amount may have been historic, but the justice which was done to the victim is also an important aspect to focus on,” the Bengali portal quoted a IJM lawyer as saying.

The teenager, now a student of clas eight, has decided to use the money for academic purposes in future.

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