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Around 30-40 per cent of those who had once attempted and failed to commit suicide were prone to committing suicide, he said Medical student attempts suicide Supriya Ghosha first year PGT student of National Medical Collegeattempted to commit suicide by jumping from the terrace of the college hostel on Monday She has been admitted to medical college in a very critical condition For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: February 6 2014 9:30 pm Rahul Gandhi also talked about discrimination with people from other states (PTI Photo) Related News Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday put forth some pointed questions to Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde about the “delay” in police action relating to the death of Arunachal Pradesh student Nido Taniam after being allegedly beaten by some shopkeepers in Lajpat Nagar Shinde was called on Thursday morning to a meeting Gandhi held with MPs from North East at his residence in the backdrop of outrage over the death of 19-year-old Taniam At the meeting the MPs also made a strong pitch for an anti-racism law in the country as they complained that students and residents from North Eastern states have to frequently face racial slurs and discrimination not only in the national capital but in other states of the country as well Agreeing with the complaints of the MPs about racial discrimination with North Eastern people Gandhi also talked about discrimination with people from other states as well in some places and appeared to favour a strong framework to prevent such things sources said Gandhi wanted to know how the police acted in the matter and Shinde made a detailed briefing about the circumstances surrounding the “delay” in police action in registering the FIR and arresting the persons in connection with the incident the sources said In the meeting Shinde is learnt to have explained to Gandhi that the locational differences of places under which the scuffle took place the boy stayed at night and he was admitted in the hospital fell under the jurisdiction of different police stations and that took some time the sources said As Gandhi sought the views of the MPs to take corrective measures they complained the police are many times not sensitive to complaints of NE people about racial harassment and demanded more teeth to existing 24×7 helpline for North Eastern people They said the helpline should be given more manpower and officers so that they can directy contact the Bhavans (State Government Houses) of North Eastern states It was also felt that states should also be proactive and have one police officer deployed in Bhavans to coordinate with Delhi police in such matters A leader who attended the meeting said Gandhi’s focus was on putting some system and mechanism in place under which quick deterrent action could taken to prevent unpleasant situations and check their recurrence The meeting was attended Lok Sabha MP from Arunachal Pradesh Ninong A Erring Vincent H Pala from Meghalaya R L Ruala from Mizoram Rishang Keishang Thokchom Meinya and Thangso Baite from Manipur From Assam those who attended the meeting included Pankaj Bora N Faruque Santiuse Kujur B K Handique Biren Singh Ingti Paban Singh Ghatowar Rani Nara Dip Gogoi Ismail Hussain and Lalit Kumar Suklavaidhya In the meeting Gandhi also discussed with Shinde and the MPs about the special six-member committee set up by the Home Ministry to look into various concerns of persons from the North Region and take remedial action Talking to reporters AICC general secretary in-charge for North Eastern states Luizinho Faleiro who led the delegation to Gandhi said the Congress Vice President wanted not only to ensure justice in the case of Taniam but also address the issue of discrimination of people from the Northeast in the long run Faleiro said the Home Ministry has set up of a six-member committee headed by retired IAS officer M B Bezbaruah which will submit a report within two months after examining the causes behind the attacks/violence and discrimination against the people from the Northeast He said Gandhi was not only keen for measures to solve the Taniam case but also the “hostile discrimination” against the people of North Eastern region which is happening in Delhi and other states “We discussed with Gandhi how to ensure that such incidents do not happen again and there must be some deterrent action so that innocent persons do not face brutal inhuman attacks” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News500 per sq ft took longer to sell, A total of 27 percent (232) of the original group lived to the age of 80 and 13 percent (111) to 90. Mallikarjuna,we have said, All these provisions are arbitrary in nature and contravene the RTI Act in matters of issuing photocopies of answersheets, said Vivek Velankar of Sajag Nagarik Manch UoP authorities were not available for comments For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKarachi: Flamboyant all-rounder and former captain Shahid Afridi believes that Pakistan cricket think-tank has erred by having too many expectations from out-of-favour batsmen Ahmed Shehzad and Umar Akmal "I don’t know but it was wrong to expect them to be like Virat Kohli or AB de Villiers and perform like them" Afridi said on Geo News channel on Monday Shehzad and Umar considered to be two of the country’s best young batting talent have been axed for the tour to England on disciplinary grounds and were not called for the training and skills camps set up by the cricket board PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan made it clear on Sundaythat it was the decision of the new selection committee to sideline the two youngsters Umar Akmal (left) and Ahmed Shehzad have been booted out of the Pakistan side by the selection panel due to disciplinary issues as well as lack of form AFP Afridi said there was no doubt that Shehzad and Umar needed to work hard on their cricket and approach "I also agree there should be no compromise on discipline But I think it is best if we stop expecting too much from them and just let them be and let them play the way they do With more experience I am sure they will be much better" he added "But don’t expect them to perform like Kohli or de Villiers Don’t make such comparisons" Afridi who had stopped short of officially announcing his retirement from T20 cricket said he has given himself another two years "I have given myself another two years of cricket as I am still enjoying the sport Whether I play in foreign or domestic leagues or for Pakistan it does not matter I have given myself two more years Whenever the selectors need me for Pakistan I am always available for the country" he said Afridi said he was impressed by the way Inzamam had called him up and spoken to him about his future plans "It was a good and positive thing and showed respect for a player I told Inzamam if he wants to try out youngsters he should do that but whenever he feels he needs me I am there to play for Pakistan" Afridi stepped down as the national T20 captain in April after poor performances from the national team in the Asia Cup and World T20 events which also led to the resignation of head coach Waqar Younis Asked about why he had backed tainted left arm pacer Mohammad Aamir’s return to the team but not Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif although the trio committed the same crime Afridi said the crime was the same but in the post spot-fixing scandal the attitude of the three was different "Look I always felt that in Salman Butt we had found an opener and player who could fill in the gap left by Saeed Anwar and Aamir Sohail I liked his game and his approach So no one was more disappointed than me when the spot-fixing scandal happened "But after the scandal when I spoke to Aamir he admitted to his mistake and sought forgiveness from everyone But I don’t know for what reason Butt remained in a state of denial and that really hurt me a lot as the scandal had damaged the image of Pakistan cricket" Afridi added By: AFP | Johannesburg | Published: August 14 2016 8:09 pm Oscar Pistorius alleged that the prison official wanted to kill him and demanded to be transferred to another jail (Source: AP) Top News Jailed murderer Oscar Pistoriushas been put on suicide watch following mysterious wristinjuries that landed him in hospital earlier this month mediareported today Prison officials told City Press newspaper that theathlete who is serving a six-year sentence for murdering his girlfriend was under 24-hour monitoring with increased cellvisits by warders Some inside sources told the paper that razor blades werefound in the disgraced athlete’s cell last Saturday afternoon?

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