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Aligarh Muslim University, produced by Phantom Films and Balaji Motion Pictures. The film revolves around how an inmate escapes from a high security jail and how a police officer deals with the case. ceded to Sri Lanka by India in 1976, For all the latest Sports News, “Marriage is hard.team-mate and fellow member of the 700-plus appearances club,told Sky Sports: “Steven has basically been the fan on thepitch Every kid who grows up wants to be Steven Gerrard” Tributes to Gerrard didn’t just come from England withRoma captain Francesco Totti who played against the midfielder in European competition telling the Italian side’swebsite: “I would put Gerrard among my top three players notjust in England but the whole world “Would I have liked to play alongside him Any playerwould like to play with a player of his calibre He’s a formidable player a match-winner” The 38-year-old Totti who like Gerrard has spent all hissenior career at one club added: “He’s played so many years with the same jersey for the same club “That means he warrants respect for everything that hehas done” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | New Delhi | Updated: May 30 2015 12:28 pm Muslim families are still refusing to return to the village and are camped at the police station (Source: Express Photo by Oinam Anand) Related News The sheer brutality of the violence that took place during rioting at Atali Village in Ballabhgarh is revealed by the FIR filed in the case Two thousand people armed with swords axes spears country-made pistols petrol and gas cylinders had unleashed the attack The violence lasted less than half an hour but lives had been changed forever The violence in Atali began Monday evening the flashpoint of a five-year dispute over the construction of a mosque The mosque adjacent to a temple was torched and the Muslims of the village fled overnight No arrest has been made yet Villagers alleged that the local police which had deployed officers at the dispute site pulled back their men minutes before the attack Share This Article Related Article According to the FIR the violence began with stone-pelting when the Muslims gathered to pray around 530 pm “In a little while around 2000 people gathered there They had swords axes spears country-made pistols petrol and gas The FIR names six individuals who allegedly attacked the Muslims with these weapons The FIR adds that some of the accused fired in the air which led to further injuries In the next half hour 20 houses three cars one tractor trolley two tempos 15 motorbikes and two shops were burnt the FIR recorded “The entire incident took place on May 25 2015 between 5 pm and 6 pm This fight is a planned attempt to create friction between the two communities (Muslims and Hindu)” says the FIR while alleging that the accused made a careful plan to “attack the mosque” “loot and burn homes” The FIR also recreates the violence that left Naimuddin – a labourer working at the mosque – with severe injuries It says that initially the accused tried to “kill him by burning him” and then “chopped off his fingers and toes with an axe” He is still recuperating at the at the B K Hospital in Faridabad The FIR was lodged on Tuesday under sections 147 148 149 (rioting) 153B (assertions prejudicial to national integration) 452 (house trespass after preparation of assault) 427 435 436 (mischief by fire) 295 (defiling place of worship) 295A (outraging religious feelings) 307 (attempt to murder) 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) 506 IPC (criminal intimidation) and under sections of the Arms Act For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: December 23 2014 1:52 am Related News Taking cognisance of a three-year-old ‘faulty’ hip implants case of pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson Company the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) has directed the company to present the status of global compensation offered by them and action taken for victims following a complaint by a Mumbai-resident who underwent the implant and suffered medical complications In October and November this year Vijay Vojhala (40) sent letters to DCGI and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) to draw their attention towards the alleged faulty metal-on-metal Articulate Surface Replacement (ASR) implant that 4500 Indians had undergone until 2010 when J&J finally recalled all its implants globally The DCGI a week ago forwarded Vojhala’s complaints to J&J and demanded an action report on the case In reply to an email query by Newsline J&J’s spoekesperson said “We confirm receiving a letter from DCGI seeking certain details relating to the ASR product and requesting clarifications pertaining to an email recently sent to them (DCGI) by a patient in India Patient safety is our top priority and since the ASR recall decision was made in August 2010 DePuy has kept DCGI informed of all key actions and has worked to provide patients and surgeons with the information and support they need In this instance also we will be providing our response to DCGI shortly” In 2010 the pharma giant and its Indian subsidiary Depuy Medical Private Limited recalled 1295 ASR implants from India following a global outcry on the metal toxicity caused by the implant due to leaching of cobalt and chromium ions into the body While in December 2013 J&J paid a significant compensation of $25 billion or Rs 15000 crore to 8000 American litigants in India the case is still under investigation for the past three years with the Mahim police “I decided to file a consumer case against the company and its subsidiary as we have been given no compensation so far in this case Ever since I underwent the implant in 2008 my medical condition has worsened” said Vojhala a Dombivali resident According to Vojhala’s medical reports there was a chromium deposition of 858 parts per billion (ppb) and cobalt deposition of 1718 ppb in his blood dangerously above the normal levels of seven ppb in blood Despite two written requests by the state Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the state home department to transfer the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) the request has not been approved in the last six months State’s Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Amitabh Rajan said “It’s an old case It is being actively probed” Rajan however refused to comment on whether the case will be handed over to CBI MeanwhileMahim Police is now awaiting a report on medical effects of the implant from state-run JJ Hospital J&J’s spokesperson in their email reply also said that in India till date approximately 175 patients have undergone revision surgery “which have been registered and supported by the reimbursement system set up by DePuy” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News