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Without consulting his wife, Inoue? certain cancers are more prevalent in Asia than in the West and the response to treatment varies.000 crore in damages, READ |?Paradise Papers: Here are the Indians on thelist “We have worked with the lawyer Mr Bertheau in other matters in the past but our business relationship has been terminated some years ago We did not appoint Mr Bertheau for any matter concerning the Nordlake case in India Mr Bertheau was also not handling the Isle of Man flag case as described above “Many mediators lawyers and other “specialists” approached us after the prominent collision of Nordlake and offered a variety services and had very proactive ideas all unsolicited But none of them received an appointment from us other than Ince & Co in London This law firm represents our interests in India” The Indian Navy is yet to respond to queries Ulf Bertheau said in an email: “I am not aware of what you are referring to Nevertheless as you will appreciate my professional duties do not allow any comment to your mail” Reederei Nord owner of Nordlake said in an email: “The NORDLAKE was released by the Indian authorities after about 12 months of arrest in exchange for security payment in cash to the courts of India (in the amount of the vessel’s value of about USD 8 million) This security amount was determined by the rules of an international treaty for the definition of liability at the sea 2 Our ship had not suffered any significant damage by the collision only paint scratches The master had been detained onboard for several months by the Indian authorities without a court hearing But he was finally released after involvement of the German consul He is in pension now The colliding frigate (built in 1978) sank a few days after the collision This sinking was ultimately caused by the fire-extinguishing water while she was alongside the navy terminal 3 The court case about the question of the final responsibility for the damage is still pending in India Any potential liability is covered by our security payment and the vessel’s insurance There is only one court judgment from London in the wider context of this case As owners of NORDLAKE we had sued the owner of a Greek container ship which was also involved in the collision with the frigate but could escape unrecognized at the time This case however has no further relevance in relation to the Indian frigate and the English judgment is not binding in India either 4 We do not work with any lawyers on or about the Isle of Man and we do not know the law firm you mentioned The only case in which we had dealings with the Isle of Man was about 15 years ago when we had transferred a container ship (NORDBALTIC) from the ships registry in Cyprus to the ships registry Isle of Man for operational reasons That ship had been be re-registered in Cyprus ships registry a few years ago and since then we had no contact with any institution on the Isle of Man 5 All our ships fly EU flags and all offices of our company group businesses are located and registered in EU countries except for a marketing office in Asia We pay all taxes in the EU as obliged by law 6 We have worked with the lawyer Mr Bertheau in other matters (documentation of ship sales) in the past but our business relationship has been terminated some years ago We did not appoint Mr Bertheau for any matter concerning the NORDLAKE case in India Mr Bertheau was also not handling the Isle of Man flag case as described above 7 It might be worth mentioning that many mediators lawyers and other “specialists” approached us after the prominent collision of NORDLAKE and offered a variety services and had very proactive ideas all unsolicited But none of them received an appointment from us other than Ince & Co in London This law firm represents our interests in India and against the aforesaid Greek vessel 8 We can assure you that since the 53 years of the existence of the shipping company NORD we have always paid all taxes bank debts and liabilities etc on time Further we take the social responsibility towards our employees on land and the seafarers very seriously and we consider ourselves as one of the best ship operators in Europe 9 We would also like to point out that we do not allow you to publish personal names neither of the Oldendorff family nor Scola nor mine or any other employees None of these persons is a person of public interest and we would ask you to respect that Click here for full coverage on Paradise Papers For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Ranchi | Updated: March 14 2014 11:49 am Related News Heavy rains on Sunday lashed Jharkhand following the “peripheral effect” of cyclone Phailinnow centred in neighbouring Odishaand more rains have been forecast in the state till Monday “The peripheral effect following Phailin that lay centred in Odisha began in Jharkhand since early morning with heavy rains lashing several districts of the state” a MeT spokesman said He said 746 mm rain was recorded in Ranchi till 830 am while Jamshedpur (524 mm)Bokaro (584 mm) along with other districts also experienced heavy rainfall and surface winds “The severe cyclonic storm is expected to turn into deep depression by this evening” the spokesman added Weather scientist at the Birsa Agriculture University A Wadood said KhuntiEast and West Singhbhum districtsSimdegaLateharLohardagaRanchiBokaroGumlaHazaribaghRamgarh were experiencing downpour Barring an early morning lightning strike at Simdradhao village in Giridih district in which a person was killedthere were no reports of rain-related casualty anywhere in the stateaccording to police The Disaster Management Department and the district administrations were monitoring the situation For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 10 2017 3:48 am Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar (File Photo) Related News Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday dismissed the possibility of dropping the words ‘Hindu’ and ‘Muslim’ from the names of Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) respectively The Indian Express had reported that a committee set up by the UGC had suggested altering the names of universities to reflect their secular character Javadekar did not refute the report but said the government has not taken any decision to change the names “AMU and BHU are very old institutions and we do not intend to change their names We formed a committee to look into the administrative academic and research audits of universities” Javadekar said “The committee studied various aspects and I have not seen what they have said but there is neither such decision nor is there any such intention to change the names (of these universities)” The panel that made the suggestion is one of the five committees set up by the UGC on April 25 to investigate the complaints of irregularities against 10 central universities The audit did not include BHU but the committee mentioned it in its report Also Read |Simply Put: History of AMU’s M BHU’s H and why dropping them is not a new idea The HRD minister said the UGC committee’s mandate was restricted to administrative academic and research audit If the committee has made suggestions beyond that Javadekar said: “We will not take cognizance of that” Union Minister of Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said there are many educational institutions in the country that have ‘Hindu’ ‘Muslim’ ‘Christian’ ‘Sikh’ or ‘Buddhist’ attached to their names but it does not matter Mohammad Asim Siddiqui of the AMU public relations office said: “The names Banaras Hindu University and Aligarh Muslim University do not portray that these universities are not secular This is a contradiction in itself since AMU has always been a secular university” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Deeptiman Tiwary | Updated: April 17 2016 9:09 am NIA officer Tanzil Ahmad was shot dead in Bijnor Related News Some 400 years ago a Muslim cleric and scholar named Maulana Shafiqulla is said to have come and settled in the fertile agricultural zone of present day western Uttar Pradesh He set up a mosque around which grew a small colony of devout Muslims This colony is now known as Maulviyan Mohalla As the colony grew and more families migrated and settled around it it took the shape of a huge village that now goes by the name Sahaspur in Bijnor district of Uttar Pradesh One of the earliest families to settle in the colony of Maulviyan was that of Yamin Pehlwan’s ancestors who left him a huge land bank The prosperous zamindar had many peasants working on his land One among them was the impoverished family of Masood Ali a descendant of Maulana Shafiqullah On April 3 at around 1230 am near a culvert at the entrance of the village with blooming mango orchards on either side Ali’s grandson Munir allegedly chased and stopped the car of Pehlwan’s son Tanzeel Ahmed He then pumped 24 bullets in his chest killing him instantly He also fatally wounded his wife even as Tanzeel’s teenage children watched in horror from the back seat Share This Article Related Article The farmer’s son was a celebrated police officer with the country’s premier counter terror agency the National Investigation Agency (NIA); the descendent of the holy man had grown up into a gangster with seven cases of murder and armed robbery registered against him across Uttar Pradesh This local tale and its tragic culmination encapsulate the complex web of relations and their souring that hang over the killing of Tanzeel The brutal murder of the investigator of many cases of terrorism including those involving the Indian Mujahideen had sent shock waves through the police top brass in Delhi and UP It was suggested that Tanzeel could have been killed by a terror group After all Tanzeel a BSF assistant commandant on deputation to NIA had been with the agency since its inception in 2009 He was also known to be an officer of impeccable integrity and commendable skills On April 12 with two arrests the UP Police claimed to have cracked the case At a press conference Bareilly Zone IG Vijay Singh Meena and Bijnor SP Subhash Singh Baghel said that the motive behind Tanzeel’s murder was “personal enmity” and that his brother-in-law’s nephew had abetted the murder They also hinted that Tanzeel himself was involved in a land deal with Munir having bought two properties in Delhi-NCR with him Police believe that a dispute related to this deal and Munir’s subsequent suspicion that Tanzeel could report him to police for a recent bank robbery prompted him to kill the officer According to police the conspiracy was hatched by Munir along with Mohammed Rizwan and Mohammed Tanzeem and the murder was executed with the help of Reyan Hussain and Mohammed Zaini All except Munir are under arrest The accused including Munir are all in their early 20s live in the same colony of Maulviyan and have been thick friends since childhood Reyan is the only son of Shahadat Hussain the elder brother of Zaqawat Hussain who is married to Tanzeel’s sister Tanzeela As Tanzeel’s relatives grapple with the tragedy of both the victim and one of the accused coming from the same family Sahaspur has begun to rue the NIA officer’s death and Munir’s involvement in it in almost equal measure For the villagers both Tanzeel and Munir were men they turned to when in distress and doubt If Tanzeel was the pride of the village who could always be called on to help in matters of “police trouble” Munir with his dreaded crime record held considerable clout and helped villagers on various issues most importantly school and college admissions As one villager put it “In one incident we have lost two good sons” Reyan’s grandfather Abdul Haq and father Shahadat say that while there was some family tension it was not reason enough to kill someone With over 20000 voters Sahaspur is a large and comparatively prosperous village Its streets are clean and houses pucca Most of them have fresh paint on the outside and carry signs of new construction If there are many among the old who speak chaste Urdu laced with Persian thanks to madarsa education there are those among the young who can speak good English Much of this seems to have come about with Gulf money There is not a single family in the village that does not have someone working either in Saudi Arabia Kuwait or Dubai All the accused in the case too have at least one member from each of their families in the Gulf It was this backdrop that shaped both Tanzeel 47 and Munir 24 albeit with divergent results Tanzeel’s father who owned over 60 bighas apart from mango orchards ensured his two sons were well-educated After school in Sahaspur both Tanzeel and his brother Raghib went on to take admission in Jamia Millia Islamia and graduated with “good marks” While Tanzeel joined the BSF Raghib became a teacher Both settled in Delhi’s Batla House area with their wives in teaching jobs The families have been there for the past 30 years Munir’s father Mehtab Ali who runs a tile shop in a nearby town was just as concerned about his only son’s future With his limited means he sent his son to the best school in the neighbourhood: the Sarang Convent An English-medium school affiliated to CBSE it charged Rs 500 a month as tuition fees He later went to Aligarh Muslim University for his graduation Locals describe Munir as a “very good student” who also “respected elders in the village” Sub-inspector K S Raghav of Seohara police station under whose jurisdiction the village falls says “I know his father and family Decent middle class people Munir was a good student and a smart chap How else would he get admission in AMU It was only recently that his name began cropping up in various crimes” Accused Janu and Rehan produced in a court in connection with the murder of NIA Deputy SP Mohammad Tanzil in Moradabad PTI Photo Mohammed Samad 40 who claims to have seen Munir grow up calls him “adabdar bachcha (well-mannered child)” “Some years ago after he came back from AMU he was smoking a cigarette He saw me and quickly threw it away He was once racing on the bike with Reyan I stopped him and scolded the two Munir lowered his eyes and never uttered a word” says Samad It was during his AMU days that Munir it seems lost his way In the past two years he has been wanted for four murders in Aligarh (before Tanzeel’s) apart from three cases of robbery and has been on the run “He fought a university election in AMU and lost Around the same time he came in contact with an Aligarh gangster and began working with him He now carries out contract killings for him” says a police officer But even as a “criminal” Munir remained an acceptable figure in Sahaspur “Police may say anything But that boy has done a lot for the village Be it with money or with connections Munir has helped all from a businessman to a rickshaw puller There are so many in the village whose children are studying in Aligarh because Munir got them admission So many AMU admissions here are thanks to him” says Shagir Ali a transporter in the village It was perhaps for this reason that though Munir kept coming back to the village intermittently in the past two years no one ever informed police “He was here during last Eid Stayed for five days offered namaz too with all of us But for the past two years his visits have been few and largely secretive” says a villager Tanzeel on the other hand always kept in touch with the village coming back every few months to meet his extended family attend village weddings and engage with his friends and acquaintances “He was a vatanparast (one in love with his native place)” says Shahadat Hussain Reyan’s father and Tanzeel’s relative A newly built three-storey building at the entrance to Maulviyan Mohalla stands in testimony to that statement Tanzeel and Raghib got it built two years ago after putting their ancestral home on rent “He wanted to retire here” says Mohammed Allauddin his neighbour Tanzeel’s heart was always in Sahaspur villagers insist “He always met people with great warmth and never missed a ceremony in the village I invited him for my wedding in 2013 He said he was busy with an investigation in Bihar When I insisted he took time out” says Mohammed Samad who lives nearby Hakim Nauman Adil who stays opposite Tanzeel’s new house recounts how he always conducted himself with simplicity “He would come to the village wearing ordinary clothes and slippers Sometimes he carried his clothes in a plastic bag I would ask him: ‘Why don’t you come in uniform with your gun hanging from the waist It will create some influence for us with local authorities’ But he would say ‘How can I come home in uniform’” says Adil Mohammed Allauddin is still dazed with the attention that Tanzeel’s murder got “We knew he was in the forces and working with some intelligence department but we never knew he was so big a man The whole of UP Police including the DGP (Javeed Ahmed) was here as were officers from Delhi” Almost everyone remembers how Tanzeel stood with villagers in difficult times “If ever you got into trouble anywhere in the country he was just a call away” is the common refrain in the village The family of Rizwan who works as a small-time contractor denies the charges as does the family of Tanzeem who his brother Nadeem says was preparing to leave for Saudi Arabia PTI Photo With his stature as a police officer and his people skills Tanzeel had also acquired a sort of quasi-judicial authority People went to him to sort out their disputes – property and family matters or even the outlet of a drain “He was blessed with salahiyat (the ability to offer advice) He always sorted out local issues peacefully and to the satisfaction of all” says Reyan’s father Shahadat This skill won Tanzeel both friends and enemies Reyan was among the latter Police say that one of the several grudges he bore against Tanzeem was an occasion when he refused to bail his aunt (his father’s sister) out of police trouble in Delhi’s Ranjeet Nagar Reyan also felt his family was given short shrift in a deal where his uncle exchanged his house with a shop owned by Tanzeel at Batla House He was also cross with Tanzeel for blaming his aunt for a mobile theft in the house a charge Reyan told the media “that brought tears in the eyes of my grandfather” Tanzeel’s brother Raghib says “His aunt had made it a habit of getting into trouble with neighbours by using Tanzeel’s influence It had to be stopped” While families of both Reyan and Tanzeel confirm the incidents they say such matters are common in every family and not reason enough to kill someone “There was no problem with the deal The price of the house and the shop was mutually agreed upon and the difference paid for after the exchange” says Reyan’s grandfather Abdul Haq who also vouches for his grandson’s innocence Reyan’s father Shahadat says there was no ill-will among the families “In fact before going to the wedding on that fateful night Tanzeel’s children were sitting in my house” But these incidents seem to have deeply affected Reyan who grew up under the care of his 93-year-old grandfather as his father was away in Saudi Arabia for several years He allegedly collaborated with Munir to kill Tanzeel With Munir sitting pillion he allegedly rode the bike that was used to chase and stop the NIA officer’s car Reyan’s help to Munir was also an extension of their friendship Reyan Munir and Zaini had studied in the same school “They were thick friends They once beat up a teacher so badly that he was hospitalised The teacher had scolded one of them” said a villager Most people in the village believe that Munir used his two impressionable friends who perhaps idolised him Zaini is accused of carrying the bag that Munir brought with him on the fateful night to Zaini’s home In the bag were Munir’s clothes and allegedly a 9 mm pistol apart from ammunition Zaini’s father Khurshid Anwar who had to rush back from Dubai where he works as a cook says “He is a fool Look at my house There isn’t even a bulb here Do you think a gangster’s friend will have nothing in the house He doesn’t even have a mobile phone” Anwar breaks into tears recounting how Zaini wanted to study hotel management but he could not arrange money for the same “He went to Aligarh to complete his intermediate But I couldn’t help him further” he says Reyan’s father Shahadat says he can’t deny that Munir and Reyan were friends “but that doesn’t mean he helped him kill Tanzeel” “Reyan was never good in studies So I wanted to send him to Saudi We were preparing for that when this happened” says Shahadat Tanzeel’s brother Raghib however says that Reyan was a wayward child since the beginning and this was thanks to his poor upbringing “He says he felt for his grandfather Few know that he has beaten up the grandfather who brought him up He was jealous of the way our family had progressed But he was the only one who felt that way The rest of the family has given us a lot of love” says Raghib Police however believe that there are bigger players in the killing: Rizwan and Tanzeem who were arrested on April 13 According to Investigating Officer Raj Kumar Sharma the two are not only close friends of Munir but also his collaborators in various crimes including a bank robbery of Rs 91 lakh in Dhampur town last December “It was Rizwan who bought a SIM card and a mobile phone that was used by Munir in the Dhampur robbery Tanzeem got a place rented for Munir in Batla House where he was hiding” says Sharma He adds that when Munir’s name began cropping up in the Dhampur robbery case the duo informed Munir about it “Munir felt that Tanzeel was behind all this since he had a running feud with him” says Sharma adding that the real motive would be revealed when Munir is caught The family of Rizwan who works as a small-time contractor denies the charges as does the family of Tanzeem who his brother Nadeem says was preparing to leave for Saudi Arabia As the police probe appears to cast aspersions on Tanzeel’s integrity his family too has grown suspicious of the probe “They have arrested the right people But the kind of stories that are being spread have shocked us Neither Tanzeel nor I know Munir too well Still they say they own property together Show me the property” says Raghib Police are yet to figure that out Their findings are based on the statement of Munir’s father Yet Munir’s decision to kill Tanzeel based on the suspicion that he would report him raises questions Questions that perhaps only Munir can answer “Wait for his capture” says IO Sharma and then unwittingly quotes Mark Twain: “Truth can be stranger than fiction” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The CBI chargesheet lifted those charges and maintained that Swaroop and Neha Sharma were the only ones present at the spot at the time of the crime.

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