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” Bachchan further found in 15 to 20 per cent of women diagnosed with breast cancer, 2013 11:04 am Related News Women who are obese face an increased risk of developing an aggressive sub-type of breast cancer known as ‘basal-like’, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: February 20, and the trio moved to Hyderabad. Also, Johri was Inspector-General of Police (CID) when she was supervising the investigation into the Sohrabuddin encounter case. Kolkata? # For the first time in Tests,who retire in the same rank with the same length of service,irrespective of their date of retirement Currently the pension for retired personnel is based onthe Pay Commission recommendations of the time when he or sheretired So a Major General who retired in 1996 draws a lowerpension than a Lieutenant Colonel who retired after 1996 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: September 27 2017 3:39 am Rajendra Kane (centre) has made 15 short films many of which have been screened at cinema halls Express Top News Perceiving the need for creating awareness among the people and preventing them from falling prey to crimes a police officer from Khar has taken to social media with his informative videos Meet Rajendra Kane 50 famous for his investigation into actor Salman Khan’s 2002 hit-and-run case and currently the Police Inspector at Khar police station He has made 15 short films many of which have been screened at cinema halls and a few have also won at festivals organised by the Mumbai University “We used to distribute pamphlets and install boards to create awareness but people would ignore them due to their busy schedules or disinterest Thus it would never serve its purpose” Kane said “We had to find more creative ways to reach the public” he added In 2011 based on the direction given by the then Additional Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nangare Patil the information of criminals and their antecedents was shared among police stations in the west region Using this information and looking for more creative ways to reach out to the public and create awareness Kane made a short video titled Bag Lifting which was an enactment of a bag theft Encouraged by his seniors Kane went on to make five more videos within two days and screened them in a nearby locality “There was no WhatsApp then” Kane said due to which the police needed to find different ways to exhibit the films Kane’s awareness videos were played on local cable channels theatres and also distributed among people on CDs “My short films were displayed in Mumbai University’s festivals and have also won awards for three consecutive years” said Kane Pandals during Ganesh Chaturthi were also utilised to screen Kane’s videos “We set up a 6×8 screen on lorries in which Ganpati idols were mounted and the videos were played in crowded places for people to see” said Kane For his films he also got a pat on his back from Additional Commissioner of Police Dr Chhering Dorje and DCP Paramjit Dahiya Keeping up with the pace of the Internet evolution Kane is utilising several social media platforms including YouTube and Facebook to share his videos and help people play an active part in preventing crimes Have a comment or suggestion for Police Diary Write to mumbainewsline @expressindiacom with subject line: Police Diary For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Avishek G Dastidar Neha Kulkarni | New Delhi/mumbai | Updated: August 17 2017 7:57 am Thieves are suspected to have got off at Ratlam (Source: File photo) Top News They struck some time in the dead of the night after the clock had ticked over from Tuesday to Wednesday By 530 am as some passengers on the August Kranti Rajdhani from Mumbai to Delhi woke up near Kota in Rajasthan it was all over In one of the most high-profile cases of train theft in recent years cash and valuables worth lakhs were stolen from around 20 passengers on the Rajdhani by thieves who police suspect were travelling in the train as bona fide ticket-holding passengers According to a preliminary assessment by Railway Protection Force (RPF) and Government Railway Police (GRP) the thieves are suspected to have got going after the train had crossed Vadodara at around 1030 pm and most of the passengers had fallen asleep Based on passengers’ accounts investigators have concluded that the thieves completed the job near Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh between 2 am and 3 am — Ratlam is the only stop for the train between Vadodara and Kota Officials said the train was being escorted by three RPF constables that night The thefts took place in AC-2 and AC-3 coaches of the train which has 11 halts between Mumbai and Delhi “There was no chain-pulling which is what local gangs do to flee after stealing Plus the circumstances in which empty wallets were found point towards bona-fide passengers who did the job with ample time in hand” a senior RPF official told The Indian Express Some empty wallets were recovered from toilets and vestibules “We have tried to zero down on certain possibilities of the case In past cases involvement of the catering staff has been witnessed either partly or completely We have taken statements from the staff present inside the train” said Rajinder Malik Chief Security Commissioner Jabalpur West Central Railway Malik ruled out the possibility of the passengers having been drugged by the robbers Investigators are also studying case histories of crime incidents on this route over the last 18 months to see if there is a pattern While a group of passengers got off in Mathura 11 passengers filed separate FIRs at the GRP station at the Nizamuddin station in Delhi According to these FIRs cash worth Rs 25 lakh apart from gold jewellery six mobile phones credit and debit cards PAN and Aadhaar cards and passports were among the items stolen One passenger claimed to have been carrying Rs 125 lakh in cash “My wife’s wallet is missing It had Rs 21400 in cash a mobile phone Aadhaar card house keys and other important things” said Ramesh Kalra who had boarded the train with his wife in Borivali “We lost at least Rs 15000 in cash and other belongings We were part of a group of 13 heading towards Mathura for a religious visit Most of our belongings were stolen from the section in which the women with us were travelling” said Piyush Singh a resident of Bhayander “Cash worth Rs 15000 along with mobile phones and debit cards of my mother have been stolen We have registered a case” said Aklam Shaikh from Mira Road Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said these incidents have been happening for years “These crimes have been taking place for years and now they have come down But we are trying to make things more secure for passengers by installing CCTV cameras in coaches” said Prabhu According to official figures there has been a 33 per cent increase in theft of passengers’ belongings in the Railways system when compared to last year Between January to June this year there have been 12573 such cases compared to 9436 during the same period last year In this case the GRP in Nizamuddin has lodged FIRs under Section 380 of the IPC which deals with theft punishable with imprisonment up to seven years and a fine The FIRs have been transferred to the Ratlam GRP Earlier this year a woman travelling in the same train had accused a catering staff of stealing her jewellery The RPF has constituted a three-member team to assist the state police forces of three states in the probe However going by past record these investigations get stuck for months due to disputes between states and even districts within a state over jurisdiction The Railways has maintained that since law and order is a state subject the RPF patrolling of a running train is deployed as per inputs from states and past trends The Railways is planning to launch upgraded services of Rajdhanis and Shatabdis from October with CCTV cameras on coaches — but not all coaches will have the facility to begin with For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 8 2016 9:48 pm Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal (YouTube/Bibhav Kumar) Top News Aiming to check pilferage in the food distribution system Fair Price Shops across the national capital will be equipped with Point of Sale (PoS) machines by March next year Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday The GPS-based system will help in keeping track of commodities sent from godowns to the shops and the amount received Ration card beneficiaries will also be linked with the Aadhar biometric system he said It will pave way for speedy inclusion of people who are in actual need of such benefits in the public distribution system and the work will be completed by March 31 2017 he told a press conference in New Delhi Meanwhile Kejriwal also announced that around 17000 guest teachers working with Delhi government schools will get fixed monthly salaries of around Rs 32000 – Rs 34000 per month “A decision in this regard will be soon taken by the Cabinet We are also working to regularise them and the file pertaining to that decision is being sent to the Lt Governor once again” the CM said Under the current arrangements the guest teachers are entitled to daily wages in the range of Rs 700 to Rs 900 per day Their monthly earnings come around Rs 17000 to Rs 20000 For all the latest India News 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