Minister tapping into business of sports

first_imgSports Minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange says her ministry will be looking to pick up on a feasibility study conducted in partnership with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2007 in an effort to make sports a serious foreign-currency earner.In an interview with The Gleaner following welcome home celebrations for the island’s teams to the Carifta swimming and track and field championships, at the VIP Lounge at the Norman Manley International Airport earlier this week, the minister outlined that she hopes to market Jamaica as a sports tourism destination and training facility.”When I became minister in 2007, I had submitted a proposal to UNESCO to do a pre-feasibility study on Jamaica as a training facility for various sporting disciplines. That pre-feasibility study was funded and was actually done by someone from the University of Technology (UTech). The results were submitted to UNESCO and they were about to fund the feasibility study when we demitted office; and so we are gonna pick up where we left off, because I know that Jamaica is a brand and we should exploit that brand,” she outlined.”We can be that training facility, we can be the centre of sports tourism, the centre of culture tourism and we can be the centre of a creative industry, where Jamaica can say to the world, here we have the facilities. We have the infrastructure and we have the people with the skills to be able to provide what you need. Come to Jamaica,” she pointed out.last_img read more

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Coca-Cola Company Tourney to transform Lives

first_imgThe Sale Operation Manager of the Liberia Coca-Cola Bottling Company (LCCBC), Emmanuel C. Boyejio said the Coca-Cola Top 8 Tournament is to transform players’ minds from the scourge of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).Mr. Boyejio stated that the sponsorship is a way of “partnering” with Liberian football.Vice President of Operations of the LFA, Cassell A. Kouh, who is also Chairman on Media and Marketing Committee, said the value of the Coca-Cola Top 8 Tournament is US$15,000.The LFA 2nd Vice President said the tournament would be an annual tournament with the participation of the best top teams in the 1st and 2nd divisions.The President of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) Musa Bility said the support of Liberia’s Coca-Cola Company isn’t a surprise owing to the involvement of Coca-Cola in football, the world’s most popular game.The Liberian football boss has appealed to the Liberia’s Coca-Cola to also support the U-17 District League.The District League would bring 17 teams from the Districts in Montserrado County and simultaneously with the LFA National League, which could kickoff on Wednesday, the 13th of May.Meanwhile, the official draw ceremony of the Coca-Cola Top 8 Tournament is scheduled on Wednesday, April 29 at 7:00pm at the LFA headquarters.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Liverpool transfer boost! Lazio star set for summer exit?

first_img Liverpool target Antonio Candreva 1 Liverpool have received a boost after Antonio Candreva’s agent admitted the Italy star could leave Lazio before the close of the transfer window.The Reds, along with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, are admirers of Candreva, who netted 12 Serie A goals for Lazio last season.Lazio co-owned the 27-year-old with Udinese but acted swiftly earlier this summer to end the arrangement and now have the final say over his future.However, the midfielder could be on his way from the Italian capital, with his representative Federico Pastorello admitting that all options are open before the transfer window slams shut on September 1.He told Cittaceleste.it: “Until September 1st, anything can still happen.”Candreva was part of Italy’s World Cup squad and provided the cross that teed up Mario Balotelli to head the winning goal during the Azzurri’s 2-1 win against England in Manaus in June.last_img read more

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GAA NOTES: BUNCRANA

first_imgSenior FootballThe senior side got back to winning ways on Saturday evening and created a bit of history along the way by beating Aodh Ruadh Ballyshannon for the first time at senior level in the club’s history. We started the stronger of the teams and Odhran Doherty got us off the mark and this was quickly followed by a Paul McGonigle free after Oisin Doherty had been fouled. The rest of the half belonged to the youthful Paddy McMyler who kicked three superb points from play in a blistering ten minute spell. Adrian (Travolta) McColgan then scored a super solo goal after Calvin Jones had broken up an attack leaving the half time score 1-6 to 0-3 in favour of Mark Crossan’s men. Seventeen year old Kevin O’Loughlin split the posts early in the second half and Buncrana would go on to win comfortably with scores from Odhran Doherty and Gerard McLaughlin (2). Despite losing a player to a harsh second booking the lads held out very bravely and McMyler completed a man of the match performance with a sublime score from the right touchline. The fullback line of Ronan Doherty, Simon McGrory and the excellent Calvin Jones were impenetrable. Philip Scott did well when introduced and Ryan Bradley had his best club game in some time and Odhran Doherty covered every blade as usual. Gerard McLaughlin took his scores really well and all in all it was a really good team performance and puts promotion right back on the agenda again. The reserves were weakened due to the youthfulness of the senior side and were well beaten by a very strong Ballyshannon side who are unbeaten all year.Buncrana GAA Strictly Come Dancing Tickets now on sale for “Strictly Come Dancing” to be held in the Plaza on Sunday 30th October in aid of the Buncrana GAA Youth Development Fund. Tickets available from any of the dancers, An Siopa Gruaige, The Coffee Cup, Catriona (086 852 1011), Jacqueline (087 786 5146) or call to the Clubhouse Fridays 7-8pm. Check out our facebook page. Please support our club in what promises to be a great night’s entertainment, tickets are prices at €15 each.BORD na nÓGUnder 6 Fundamentals for Boys & Girls (5 and 6 years old only)Starts back on Sunday 23rd October in Crana College Hall at 11am. Any queries contact David McConnell on 087 939 2767. Includes anyone who will be 5 on or before the 31st of December 2011. A parent or guardian MUST stay with their child for the 45 minute session. Under 8 Training (7 and 8 years old only)Recommences on Friday 21st October at 6:30pm in Crana College Hall. Any queries contact Stephen McLafferty on 086 858 9102.Under 16 HurlersThe u16 hurlers were beaten in the county final on Saturday by a good Ballyshannon side, this is a relatively young squad and they did themselves proud in reaching the final, before the match they were dealt a blow when Donal Og MacLochlainn was unavailable for selection due to a serious injury picked up in a mid week college game and as Donal was having an impressive season he was a big loss and the panel and management wish him a speedy recovery. Aodh Ruadh lead from the throw in and ran out comfortable winners. Thanks to Stevie Boyle and Steven Dean McFadden for their hard work and commitment throughout the year, this was the third age group this year that our club competed in the county final and is another indication of progressbeing made, and hopefully can be built on next year. County Donegal GAA YearbookAny managers (Football, hurling and ladies football) who haven’t submitted a small paragraph about their team should do so immediately. If you need any help or have any queries please call Paul on 087 929 3134 or email buncrana.pro@gmail.comBuncrana Parish League for National SchoolsDay 1 of our parish league for primary school boys and girls was held at the Scarvey last Friday starting at 3.15pm. 8 teams representing different parts of the parish took to the field and eachteam played 2 games. Many thanks to everyone who helped out. The league table, with two moredays of competition yet to come, is as follows:POSITION TEAM POINTS1 Lawrence’s Lions 61 Gaelscoil 61 Brendan’s Tigers 64 Illies 44 Sean’s Cheetahs 46 Drumfries 26 Cockhill 26 Declan’s Panthers 2Anyone interested in coaching, refereeing or assisting managers call to Scarvey for 3.15 on Friday afternoon for the start of the inter school Parish league. Great way to make a start at coaching and managing.Day 2 will be held at the Scarvey from 3.15pm – 5.00pm next Friday October 21. Family members,friends, and teachers are very welcome to come and support.COLAISTI INIS EOGHAIN MAKE RANNAFAST QUARTER FINALSRannafast Cup Section ASt Pat’s Armagh 1-06 Colaisti Inis Eoghain 0-12This Rannafast Cup Section A game played at the Mid Ulster Sports Arena in Cookstown on Thursday afternoon lived up to all pre match expectations, as both teams played out a ding dong battle to stay in the competition. In the end the Inis Eoghain boys deservedly came out on top to clinch a quarter-final place for the first time, a great boost for schools football in Donegal.St Pats began the game brightly, opening their account with a point from play from center half forward Thomas Reynolds after just two minutes on the clock. The Inishowen boys took time to settle, missing two early frees including one from Harry “Cluxton” Doherty, before Ruari Bradley converted with their third dead ball attempt on nine minutes to bring the sides level. Two minutes later the impressive Ciaran Diver put them in front following good play and strong run on the right side of the field by Aaron Friel.Young Niall Diver increased their lead on thirteen minutes, when he was the first to react to a breaking ball after John Campbell had dispossessed a St Pat’s defender. Inis Eoghain upped their game towards the end of the first quarter and a brace of points from Ciaran Diver and one from Kevin McLaughlin stretched their lead to five points on seventeen minutes. St Pats worked hard to get back into the game, with Rory McGrath in particular causing problems with his strong running but they were finding it hard to break down the Inis Eoghain defence in which Danny Monagle and Darren Gallagher were in fine form yet again. Ruairi Bradley added his second point of the game on nineteen minutes, but this was to be their final score of the half. St Pats were awarded a disputed penalty four minutes before the break, which Conor McKenna duly converted and the same player added a point one minute later to reduce the deficit to just two points at half time.Three minutes into the second half Conor Harkin slotted over another free for the Inishowen side but Chris Curley replied with a point at the other end almost immediately. Ruairi Bradley scored yet again from a dead ball and Inis Eoghain’s man of the match Ciaran Diver added a further point following good work by team captain Conor Harkin, to steady the ship again for Inis Eoghain. The lead was reduced to two yet again following two points from Conor McKenna as the game entered the final ten minutes. Inis Eoghain stepped up a gear and seemed to have put the game beyond reach when John Campbell found the net following a quick sideline, but despite the goal being awarded, was then ruled out. This helped to spur the Armagh side on yet again and McKenna reduced the deficit to just a single point, and it really was game on at that stage.However the Inis Eoghain boys failed to wilt on this occasion and John Campbell made up for his disappointment of the disallowed goal when he fired over another point and the strong running Kevin McLaughlin added the insurance point in the final minute as the game slipped away from St Pats. This was a great result for the Inis Eoghain lads in only their second season of Ulster Colleges and is just reward for the amount of work being done and they can now look forward to a quarter-final game in two weeks time, probably against Abbey CBS, St Colman’s from Newry or St Michael’s from Enniskillen in Group C.www.ulstercollegesgaa.orgRecyclingCLOTHES RECYCLING FACILITIES NOW AVAILABLE AT THE SCARVEY!The Inishowen GAA on DVD:The first draft of DVD 1 has just been completed and first impressions are that the clubs in Inishowen can feel very proud of the contributions they have made to a fine production. So far interviews with club members from Buncrana, Burt and Naomh Colmcille as well as music from Urris and footage from the Rannafast Cup all give a very positive image of the GAA in Inishowen and surrounding area and the finished product will be a must for all families of Gaels at home and abroad. The DVD will be completed in the near future and you can order your copy from your local club by emailing buncrana.pro@gmail.com or texting 087 929 3134.Club NotesAnyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email buncrana.pro@gmail.com, stating so.LottoThe winning numbers in the €2,100 jackpot lotto draw, which took place on Tuesday 11th September in O’Flaherty’s Bar on the Main Street, are as follows: 01-07-09-21.There were no winners. There were five €20 consolation prizes which went to the following participants:Alan & Fiachra O’Flaitheartaigh, C/o Bar;Mary Coleman, Allendale;Margaret Hegarty, St Columba’s Ave;Roisin Bradley, St Columb’s Ave;Padraig MacLochlainn, TD.Use of the Scarvey pitches for training or matches MUST be confirmed with Martin Mullan in advance (087 246 8108). Use of clubhouse MUST be confirmed with David McConnell in advance (087 939 2767).If you do have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please emailbuncrana.pro@gmail.com by 6pm on a Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa orwww.twitter.com/buncranagaaUse of the Scarvey pitches for training or matches MUST be confirmed with Martin Mullan in advance (087 246 8108). Use of clubhouse MUST be confirmed with David McConnell in advance (087 939 2767).If you do have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email buncrana.pro@gmail.com by 6pm on a Sunday for consideration.To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa or www.twitter.com/buncranagaaGAA NOTES: BUNCRANA was last modified: October 18th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Buncrana GAA noteslast_img read more

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HEALTH & BEAUTY: THE WINNER OF OUR GARNIER GIVEAWAY IS….

first_imgTHANKS TO everyone who entered our beauty product giveaway this week.And the winner of the Garnier Giveaway is:Sinead Doherty, Finnabanes,Donegal TownSinead wins a bottle of Garnier Body Ultimate Oil and the newly launched Garnier 5 Second Perfect Blur.  HEALTH & BEAUTY: THE WINNER OF OUR GARNIER GIVEAWAY IS…. was last modified: May 3rd, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:HEALTH & BEAUTY: THE WINNER OF OUR GARNIER GIVEAWAY IS….last_img read more

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Briefs: Knicks’ Houston retires from NBA

first_img Jason Collier’s family asked that results of his autopsy be kept private until after Wednesday’s funeral. Collier, the Atlanta Hawks’ 28-year-old center, died early Saturday after he had trouble breathing in his north Georgia home. LeBron James was back at practice, less than one week after the Cleveland Cavaliers star was hospitalized with pleurisy. New York Knicks guard Allan Houston retired Monday, unable to recover from knee injuries that kept him out much of the last two seasons. A two-time All-Star and member of the 2000 Olympic team, Houston was one of the NBA’s best outside shooters before he was slowed by chronic knee soreness. He was limited to only 70 games over the last two seasons. Ottawa Senators star wing Martin Havlat was suspended five games by the NHL for kicking Boston defenseman Hall Gill. Philadelphia Flyers right wing Turner Stevenson will have surgery on his right hip and is expected to be sidelined two to three months. TENNIS: Andy Roddick clinched a berth in the Tennis Masters Cup. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Marat Safin already are in the $4.45 million season-ending tournament, Nov. 7-13 at Shanghai, China. Instant replay is closer to coming to tennis. Exactly when and how isn’t clear. The International Tennis Federation approved the latest version of Hawk-Eye Officiating after testing last week, and the ATP and WTA tours are looking into which tournaments might use electronic line-calling and the specifics of what the rules will be. OLYMPICS: A show planned to celebrate the 100-day countdown to the Turin Olympics was canceled because of a budget shortfall. Turin organizers are considering sweeping cutbacks because of a budget shortfall that could reach $63.7 million. BOXING: Former heavyweight champion Riddick Bowe filed for bankruptcy protection while he tries to revive his career, listing more than $4.1 million in claims against him. GYMNASTICS: 2000 Olympic silver medalist Jason Gatson is among the six men chosen to represent the U.S. at the World Gymnastics Championships next month in Melbourne, Australia. Also making the team were national champion Todd Thornton, Sean Golden, Justin Spring, Kevin Tan and Yewki Tomita. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Boston Celtics guard Marcus Banks has a stress fracture in his left leg. He will be evaluated again in six weeks. The NBA announced in a memo to teams that a minimum dress code will go into effect at the start of the regular season on Nov. 1, cracking down on players who dress inappropriately whenever they participate in team or league activities, including arriving at games, leaving games, conducting interviews and making promotional or other appearances. Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim has been chosen to receive the John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching award. Boeheim will be honored April 8 at the Los Angeles Athletic Club. UCLA freshman swingman Alfred Aboya had left knee arthroscopic surgery that will keep him out of practice for at least a month. HOCKEY: Detroit Red Wings captain Steve Yzerman didn’t skate Monday and will not skate today after pulling a groin muscle over the weekend. last_img read more

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Did Neanderthals Need the Gospel?

first_imgIt’s a logical question if Neanderthals were human beings, as scientists now recognize.Increasingly, evolutionary anthropologists are admitting that they had Neanderthals all wrong. Neanderthals were people, not brutes. They were our intellectual equals (in terms of brain capacity), and probably our physical superiors. Why have they been maligned for so long? And now that they are recognized as fully Homo sapiens, how should we repent of historical racism, and treat them with the respect they deserve?Viewpoint: Why we still underestimate the Neanderthals (BBC News). With this Tontological question, the BBC tries to walk back over a century of misjudgment about our Neanderthal brethren. BBC reporters—all DODO loyalists—were probably as much to blame as other Darwinians. They all focused on slight anatomical differences in Neanderthals, as if those were proxies for intelligence. Fortunately, at least one secular paleoanthropologist is willing to lead his fellows out of the dark cave of evolutionary bias: Clive Finlayson. “In recent years, we have seen how differences in anatomy seem not to have mattered,” he says. Who were the real cavemen? In Plato’s cave, it was the Darwinians!And so we have consistently mistaken survival and extinction with biological superiority or inferiority. That is why we have incessantly sought differences to explain our observations. We are here and they are not and so we must seek differences to explain the data.Of course, part of the problem is that we are participants trying to explain a story in which we are actors and that will inevitably lead to bias in our favour. Having given the Neanderthals a name, we immediately conditioned ourselves to seeing them as something else.They were not us. They were hardly human and we were certainly superior to them [Finlayson says with sarcasm]. After all, we are here to tell the story. It is one of history’s ultimate distortions, perhaps the greatest of them all.So sheepish is Finlayson about his field’s racist bias, he ends by saying he would be ashamed to meet a Neanderthal today. “If our history is anything to go by, what would we do if we found a remotely isolated group of Neanderthals somewhere on Earth today?,” he asks. “I leave it to the reader to answer that question.” We all know what would happen. “Modern” racists (should we call them ‘modern-human supremacists’?) would undoubtedly commit genocide against these strong, skilled, intelligent people, just because they look a little different.This book by Sanford and Rupe examines all the “hominins” and evolutionary myths about them.Our Equals or SuperiorsPrehistoric cave art suggests ancient use of complex astronomy (Science Daily). This article says that Neanderthals and other peoples of their time could use astronomy to keep dates up to 250 years.Study suggests multiple instances of inter-breeding between Neanderthal and early humans (Phys.org). This is one more study showing that Neanderthals and so-called “modern” humans could get married and have children. That means they were clearly of the same species as us. Look at the skulls at the top of the article; are they really that different? Big brains, eyes, all the human traits are there, just slightly different in some ratios. The similarities are greater than the differences. Even today, we know that people can differ widely in anatomy. Put Andre the Giant next to a petite Asian girl. The differences don’t matter to their humanity.Neanderthals: javelin athletes helped us show how effective they were at hunting with weapons  (The Conversation). In this study, modern javelin throwers tried their hand at hitting targets with replicas of Neanderthal spears. You can watch their attempt in a short video clip. The design of the spears makes them more aerodynamically stable, but harder to throw than modern javelins. “Rather than being a limitation of the spears,” Annemieke Milks says, “this may mean that Neanderthals, with their robust physiques, would throw such spears with great power.” Neanderthals could have swept all the Olympic medals if competing with “modern” javelin athletes. It also takes skill, planning, and excellent hand-eye coordination to kill large prey from a distance with a spear. Modern hunters with rifles couldn’t do that. All they have to do is aim and let the gunpowder do the hard work.ImplicationsIn short, evolutionary anthropologists have erred by giving Neanderthals a different species name, and implying they were more primitive or ‘less evolved’ than we are. “The footnote is that we have to change the chip, the paradigm if you prefer,” advises Finlayson (using “we” again, when not everybody has been guilty of historical racism). That’s a pretty big footnote. It means overthrowing a bias that has gone on for well over a century, and tossing out all the baggage that went with it. The old teachings need to be shamed and shunned. It’s way past time for Neanderthal Civil Rights. It’s time to respect our kin.Getting back to our headline, did Neanderthals need the gospel? For Christians, the question answers itself. If these were people, they were sons and daughters of Adam and Eve. As in Adam all die, in Christ shall all be made alive, said Paul in I Corinthians 15:22. As intelligent men and women, boys and girls, Neanderthals needed salvation as much as any of us. This people group needed Christ just like all humans do today, including those who look “different” from western biased perceptions of how people ‘should’ look. Missionaries since the resurrection of Christ have taken the gospel to all tribes, tongues, and peoples. Remember that in the Bible, there was a long period (centuries) before and after the Flood when there was no written Word of God that we know of. People since Adam’s fall had natural revelation from creation and conscience. They had oral tradition (which can be accurate for generations). And they had prophets like Enoch, Noah and Abraham long before Moses took tablets of stone written with the “finger of God” down from Mt Sinai. Paul told the pagan people of Lystra (Acts 14) that God did not leave Himself without witness. He told the Athenians that God made us so that all men would seek after Him, even though He is not far from any one of us (Acts 17:27).Notice how it was evolutionists who committed the historical racism. This needs to be a lesson to pastors today. Many evangelical pastors are so fearful of the scientific consensus on evolution, they avoid the subject, thinking the gospel will be maligned if they don’t accept everything scientists tell us. But the scientists were wrong! —wrong for 150 years! Watch this short episode from ‘Is Genesis History?‘ where Del Tackett asks Dr Kelly about how 19th-century theologians caved in to the scientific consensus. Many still do today. Trust in the consensus is the only motivation for so-called ‘theistic evolution’ and various compromise positions. To the law and to the testimony! Isaiah warned. If the Lord be God, follow Him! Elijah challenged. We know what the Word of God says about creation and the history of mankind. We see repeatedly the extreme errors of Darwinian evolution, which often go on for decades or centuries. We don’t need those blind leaders of the blind. People need the Word of the Lord. Pray for boldness to preach the Word to a culture, like Lystra, wandering blindly in idolatrous myths.This is a good opportunity to share this anecdote again: Joachim Neander, the original ‘Neanderthal Man’ whose property gave the name ‘Neanderthal Man’ to the bones found there, was a preacher of the gospel. He also wrote the famous hymn extolling the truth about the origin of the world and man, “Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of Creation.” Sing that! —not “It’s a long way from amphioxus.”(Visited 614 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Activation Gallery – Cape Town

first_imgBrand South Africa, in conjunction with the NGO Sporting Chance, hosted the Play Your Part Rugby Activation at the Khayelitsha Rugby Stadium, in Cape Town, on Friday, 2 October. And with the Rugby World Cup currently under way, there was no better time to get the learners enthusiastic about the game.A former professional rugby player and Sporting Chance coaches taught dozens of children from the area rugby techniques and rules. Furthermore, the children learned about the health benefits of an active lifestyle.         Read more: http://www.playyourpart.co.za/our-news/1469-kids-learn-that-sport-is-the-mba-of-lifelast_img read more

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Sedition case against Honeypreet dropped

first_imgA local Panchkula court on Saturday dropped sedition charges against Honeypreet Insan, the adopted daughter of Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim and 35 others facing the charge in the 2017 violence case.Over 40 people died and more than 250 were injured in the violence that broke out at Panchkula in August 2017 after Ram Rahim was convicted of rape.Defence counsel Suresh Rohilla said that Additional District and Sessions court has dropped charges against the accused, including Honeypreet under section 121 (waging or attempting to wage war) and 121A (conspiracy to commit offences punishable by section 121) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).However, cases under other relevant sections of the IPC will continue to proceed. “The next date of hearing has been fixed for November 6,” Mr. Rohilla said.last_img read more

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