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Indian Newslink April 15, 2016 Digital Edition

Indian Newslink April 15, 2016 Digital

The English Fortnightly (Since November 1999) Issue 344 | April 15, 2016 | Free ARTLINK PAGE 25 An awesome dancer exudes spiritual maturity HOMELINK Community Fund PAGE 02 VIEWLINK Panama Papers tear the mask of shufflers PAGE 12 BUSINESSLINK No leave of absence for employers on Holiday Pay PAGE 14 phone 09 533 6377 Welcome to our Annual Lecture Series editor@ website facebook /indiannewslink twitter /indiannewslink linked in /indiannewslink Temple fire consumes 106 lives in Kerala Monday, July 25, 2016 Pullman Hotel Auckland A Black Tie Event with Cocktails, Dinner, Speeches, Q&A Cocktails: 630 pm; Main Programme: 730 pm to 930 pm Details in our next issue Calling for Nominations for the first time Welcome to our Awards! Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2016 Plus Direct entries • 14 individual categories Supreme Business of the Year Award Download entry forms, rules and regulations from Choose up to three categories, complete the entry requirements on your computer. Save in PDF format and email your entries to On or before 5 pm on Wednesday, August 31, 2016. Call (09) 3910203 or email >>Page 16 Staff Reporter SAME DAYCREDIT TO ANYINDIAN BANKACCOUNT *Conditions Apply HEAD OFFICEAND BRANCH: 632 Dominion Road MANUREWA: 19/185 Great South Road AUCKLAND CBD: 32, Queen Street PAPATOETOE: 302, Great South Road Modi with Oommen Chandy at Puttingal Temple in Paruvar in Kollam on April 10 Modi speaks to a victim of the tragedy at Kollam District Hospital on April 10 Even as India copes with unheard of floods in parts of Tamil Nadu and drought in Uttar Pradesh, a man-made disaster has consumed 106 lives in Kerala as a Temple was set ablaze by unauthorised fireworks. Modi mourns The incident was so tragic that it brought Prime Minister Narendra Modi to share the grief of the people of the State, which also saw almost 300 people injured. He brought with him a number of burn specialists from Delhi. Mr Modi described the incident as ‘heart-rending’ and ‘shocking’ and announced Rs 200,000 (about $4365) as compensation to the next of kin of the dead and Rs 50,000 ($1090) each to the injured. The accident occurred on April 10 at the Puttingal Devi Temple in Kollam (earlier knows as Quilon), about 72 kms from the State Capital Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) during a display of fireworks. AVONDALE : 195, NewWindsor Road WELLINGTON: 233-237 Lambton Quay A visually moved Chief Minister Oommen Chandy told reporters that the mishap occurred as sparks from the fireworks fell on the store room and that the firecrackers kept there exploded with a deafening noise. “Police have told me that the explosion could be heard over a radius of one km and the whole area plunged into darkness as the power supply went off and people ran helter-skelter,” he said. “The District Collector of Kollam had not given permission to conduct fireworks. An inquiry will be held,” Mr Chandy added. Criminal case Meanwhile, the Police have registered a case against the Temple authorities and those who brought the explosives under Section 307 (Attempt to Murder) Section 308 (Attempt to commit culpable homicide) and Section 4 of the Explosive Substances Act of the Indian Penal Code. A Press Trust of India report said that while about 300 people were undergoing treatment at various hospitals in Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram, anxious relatives who fear having lost their family members are left with no option to identify the dead except DNA Qualityadviceisassured through ateam of Licensed Immigration Adviser /Ex-Immigration Officer. We provide tailor-made solutions to individual migrant and their families seeking to study,work, invest,dobusiness and livein NewZealand permanently tests. They have approached the Rajiv Gandhi Biotechnology Centre to conduct a DNA match on samples collected from unidentified dead bodies. The Police said that 14 bodies had charred beyond recognition and that another 30 persons have been reported missing. Identifying bodies “Identification of severely or totally burnt human remains from extreme fire impact is a tough task. Only hard tissues, bones and teeth may be left for DNA analysis. DNA extracted from burnt bone fragments may be highly degraded, making an amplification of genetic markers extremely difficult,” a Scientific Officer said. City Police Commissioner P Prakash said that people noticed a number of cars found near the Temple were packed with explosives. “We cordoned off the area, examined the cars and found that some of the explosives were of high density. we do not have the expertise to defuse them, we have assigned the task to experts at the Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation camping at Paruvar for the investigation into the explosions. 09 272 4424 021 144 6641 Mone Transfers • Money Exchange •Wire Transfers Dial: 0508 41 11 11 Fast. Reliable. Friendly Service. Level1-166 Harris Road, East Tamaki, Auckland Like us on “Facebook”

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