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  • “Completely Beyond Powers Of Constitutional Court”; Madras High Court Dismisses Plea Seeking Installation Of Dr. Ambedkar’s Statue:

    first_imgNews Updates”Completely Beyond Powers Of Constitutional Court”; Madras High Court Dismisses Plea Seeking Installation Of Dr. Ambedkar’s Statue: Sparsh Upadhyay4 March 2021 8:02 AMShare This – xIt would be appreciated if the Court’s time is not wasted like this and the Court is allowed to take up the other pressing matters instead: Madras High CourtExpressing its hope that the Court’s time shouldn’t be wasted like this, the Madras High Court recently dismissed a plea seeking directions to the respondents to permit the petitioner to the installation of a statue of Dr. Ambedkar at Traffic Island at Light House Corner in Karur District. The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice R. Hemalatha further observed, “It…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginExpressing its hope that the Court’s time shouldn’t be wasted like this, the Madras High Court recently dismissed a plea seeking directions to the respondents to permit the petitioner to the installation of a statue of Dr. Ambedkar at Traffic Island at Light House Corner in Karur District. The Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice R. Hemalatha further observed, “It is completely beyond the ordinary powers of a Court, even a constitutional Court, to direct the administration to install any particular Statue at any particular place.” Significantly, the Court also remarked, “It would be appreciated if the Court’s time is not wasted like this and the Court is allowed to take up the other pressing matters instead.” In another order, wherein a plea sought directions to the respondents to restore passenger rolling gates on the north-eastern and north-western side of an obstructing wall at the Karaikudi bus stand, the Madras HC issued some pertinent observations. The Court said that it can hardly be expected of the High Court, no less, to look into the matters pertaining to ingress and egress at every bus stand all over the State. Significantly, the Court further observed, “The present trend, whether it is borne out of political ambitions or professional reasons, to approach the High Court with a complaint of an encroachment in tiniest part of a remote village or to deal with the access to a bus terminus or to consider the bus timings at a particular stop adds to the pendency of matters and impede the Court’s function.” As a consequence, the Court noted, matters of the larger public interest that require the Court’s attention may get neglected. Notably, the Court also said, “It is unfortunate that a degree of restraint that ought to be exercised at the Bar and the filter that ought to be carried out by the Bar may have been lost or surrendered its efficacy.” With this, both the petitions were dismissed.Click Here To Download OrdersRead OrdersSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

  • JMU looks to end streak vs Hofstra

    first_imgSENIOR STUDS: Hofstra has relied heavily on its seniors this year. Desure Buie, Eli Pemberton, Isaac Kante and Tareq Coburn have collectively accounted for 75 percent of the team’s scoring this year and 89 percent of all Pride points over the last five games.FACILITATING THE OFFENSE: Buie has either made or assisted on 64 percent of all Hofstra field goals over the last three games. Buie has accounted for 23 field goals and 24 assists in those games.STREAK STATS: James Madison has lost its last seven road games, scoring 68.6 points, while allowing 79.9 per game.ASSIST RATIOS: The Dukes have recently used assists to create buckets more often than the Pride. Hofstra has 39 assists on 74 field goals (52.7 percent) over its previous three outings while James Madison has assists on 40 of 70 field goals (57.1 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Hofstra is rated first among CAA teams with an average of 76.4 points per game. JMU looks to end streak vs Hofstra ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditJames Madison (9-19, 2-15) vs. Hofstra (22-8, 13-4)Mack Sports Complex, Hempstead, New York; Saturday, 4 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Hofstra looks to extend James Madison’s conference losing streak to seven games. James Madison’s last CAA win came against the UNC Wilmington Seahawks 83-66 on Feb. 1. Hofstra lost 76-65 loss at home to Towson in its most recent game.center_img February 28, 2020 Associated Press last_img read more

  • Uganda draws hosts Egypt, DR Congo at AFCON 2019

    first_img Tags: AFCON 2019DR CongoEgypttopUganda Cranes Uganda’s best finish at the finals came in 1978AFCON 201921st June-19th July, 2019EgyptCAIRO – The Uganda National football team, the Cranes have been drawn in group A of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.In a draw that was conducted on Friday, 12th April, the Cranes are in group A along side the hosts and record champions Egypt, Zimbabwe and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).The last time Uganda faced these side, they lost 1-0 to Egypt in the 2018 World cup qualifiers, lost 2-0 to Zimbabwe in a friendly three years ago.Egypt are the record holders of the competition, winning it 7 times with the last coming 9 years ago.DR Congo on the other hand have won it twice with their last triumph coming in 1974.For Zimbabwe, they are making their fourth appearance at the finals and have never gone past the group stages before.This is the 32nd edition of the tournament with Uganda’s best finish coming in 1978 when they were beaten by Ghana in the final.Unlike in the past, this edition that will be played across 6 cities, will have 24 teams with only 16 making it to the knockout stages.The top two in each group and best four third placed Nations will make it to the round of 16.The six Groups at AFCON 2019:Group A.-Egypt-DR congo-Uganda-ZimbabweGroup B.-Nigeria-Guinea-Madagascar-BurundiGroup C.-Senegal-Algeria-Kenya-TanzaniaGroup D.-Morocco-Cotedvoire-South Africa-NamibiaGroup E.-Tunisia-Mali-Mauritania-AngolaGroup F.-Cameroon-Ghana-Benin-Guinea Bissau*More details to followComments last_img read more

  • Dinosaur Soft Tissue “Explained”

    first_img(Visited 561 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 The discoverer of soft tissue in dinosaur bone now has a new explanation for its preservation – but does it really answer the obvious question?According to Live Science, Mary Schweitzer’s “controversial T. rex soft tissue find” has been “finally explained.”  The answer is: iron.  The iron in hemoglobin acts like a formaldehyde, preserving the delicate proteins and stretchy blood vessels.  But does it really preserve it for up to 145 million years?A press release from North Carolina State describes the hypothesis coming from theory and from experiment.  In theory, iron atoms must be guarded against in cells because of their reactive potential.  After death, though, reactive iron becomes a guardian of preservation, because it forms cross-links with proteins, preventing them from decay.  (This process also makes soft tissue hard to detect, Schweitzer says.)  The experimental part involved soaking recently-killed ostrich vessels (removed from decalcified bones) in water and in blood.  The water-soaked material decayed into a goopy mess in less than a week.  Because of iron in hemoglobin, the blood-soaked soft tissues remained “recognizable” for two years at room temperature, retaining their basic structure.The press release is tentative, saying iron “may be the key” to preservation, “may play a role” in preserving ancient tissues, and, in Schweitzer’s words, “may be both the mechanism for preservation and the reason why we’ve had problems finding and analyzing proteins that are preserved.”The article does not deny the authenticity of the soft tissue, but only tries to offer an explanation for the unexpected preservation.  Stephanie Pappas in the Live Science article gave some emphasis to the “controversial” nature of the “seemingly impossible” soft-tissue claim.  “The find was also controversial, because scientists had thought proteins that make up soft tissue should degrade in less than 1 million years in the best of conditions,” she wrote, but then acknowledged that, despite alternate theories, the 2005 claim and subsequent soft tissue finds in even older dinosaur bones (145.5 million evolutionary years) proved real.  Schweitzer noted that scientists often don’t see what they don’t expect to see:“The problem is, for 300 years, we thought, ‘Well, the organics are all gone, so why should we look for something that’s not going to be there?’ and nobody looks,” she said.The obvious question, though, was how soft, pliable tissue could survive for millions of years….The new explanation may be welcome news for evolutionists.  Pappas writes, “Dinosaurs’ iron-rich blood, combined with a good environment for fossilization, may explain the amazing existence of soft tissue from the Cretaceous (a period that lasted from about 65.5 million to 145.5 million years ago) and even earlier.”  Armed with better techniques, Schweitzer’s team is going to go hunting for more dinosaur soft tissue next summer.Hold your hadrosaurs; this does not solve the evolutionists’ problem.  For one thing, Schweitzer and, independently, Mark Armitage, found osteocytes (bone cells) in their samples, not just blood vessels.  The osteocytes retain their original structure, including their delicate dendrites.  For another, two years of preservation is .000001% of 145 million years.  On what basis can they justify extrapolating such exquisite preservation that far, when the ostrich bone was “recognizable,” indicating some degradation had occurred?  Nobody on earth has “experienced” 65 million years, let alone a few thousand (provided that written records can substitute for personal experience).  The evolutionists are assuming the long ages, not demonstrating them.  In spite of this strong evidence against millions of years, they are hanging onto that belief like a baby gripping its pacifier.The articles betray a subtext of desperation.  Pappas described the soft-tissue claims as “amazing” and “seemingly impossible.”  They seem relieved that this iron hypothesis “may” provide an answer.  Yet other admissions in the articles support the creationist Flood interpretation.  “The bones of these various specimens are articulated, not scattered, suggesting they were buried quickly,” Pappas noted.  “They’re also buried in sandstone….”  Try to imagine circumstances in which a T. rex strutting across a desert suddenly became completely buried, such that burrowing creatures were unable to reach it and disarticulate it.  There aren’t too many options available.  Even so, up till the surprising discovery by Schweitzer, “scientists had thought proteins that make up soft tissue should degrade in less than 1 million years in the best of conditions.”  They weren’t looking for it; they were shocked when they saw it with their own eyes.  For years they have been scrambling to answer the “obvious question” – how soft, pliable tissue could survive for millions of years.”  Have they ever considered the obvious answer?  It can’t, and it didn’t.The evolutionists show no shame for their falsified long ages.  Instead, they boast as if they will find soft tissue millions of years older!  They are like the delusional man in a joke who claimed he was dead.  His doctor attempted to prove him wrong, asking, “Do dead men bleed?”  The man replied, “No, dead men do not bleed.”  The doctor proceeded to prick him with a needle, showing blood oozing from the man’s arm.  “Well, I’ll be darned!  Dead men do bleed!”  Like the delusional man, evolutionists will never give up their belief in millions of years, even when the facts bleed otherwise right in front of their eyes.We welcome more exploration by the Schweitzer team and anyone else with access to fossils and the equipment to analyze it.  Let the data that “nobody looks” for come to the surface.last_img read more

  • Human Body Wonders to Amaze Their Inhabitants

    first_imgThere’s more going on under your skin than you can possibly comprehend.What Goes On in the Blink of an Eye?Blinking does not just lubricate the eye: it resets its pointing. That’s the finding of a paper in Nature Scientific Reports. Scientists have known for many years that eyes undergo constant involuntary movements, called microsaccades. These prevent rods and cones from saturating and help with pointing. Now, they find another type of movement that occurs during an eye blink when the eye can’t see where to point. They call it blink-associated resetting movement, or BARM. It’s like having coarse tuning in addition to fine tuning:We show here that fixational BARMs are functionally distinct and complementary to microsaccades in the following way: First, they compensate for large fixational error more efficiently than microsaccades, secondly, their probability to be executed in eccentric eye positions is higher, and thirdly, they reset the eyes into a position zone that is broader as compared to microsaccades. This suggests that BARMs help to keep the eyes in a working range wherein microsaccades guarantee high acuity vision. Moreover, we establish that fixational BARMs operate in a retina-centric frame.Rods Contribute to Bright Light VisionThe textbooks tell us that the rods in the retina, which are monochromatic and sensitive to dim light, operate in dim light, and cones, which sense color, are at work in bright light. An article from Tübingen University reports new findings that show that rods don’t tune out when the lights come on. “They were thought to become useless as light levels increase, while vision in daylight conditions is based on cone photoreceptors,” the article begins. “The new study — published in Nature Communications — shows that rod function can even increase in bright light.” This discovery will require more investigation to understand, and it may lead to better treatments for the visually impaired. Scientists understanding of vision must be incomplete, now that it appears that rods are not blinded by bright light. “Most surprisingly, their contribution even increases when the daylight becomes brighter, up to the brightest light levels that would ever be encountered in natural environs.Split Brains Can Still CommunicateThe corpus callosum is a “bridge” between the left and right sides of the brain. In rare cases, it can be injured or surgically severed to treat conditions like epilepsy. Are the hemispheres left out of touch? Scientists have known that communication can still proceed in such patients. A new paper in PNAS finds that the brain has workarounds – other pathways around the bridge.The relation between structural and functional connectivity has profound implications for our understanding of cerebral physiology and cognitive neuroscience. Yet, this relation remains incompletely understood. Cases in which the corpus callosum is sectioned for medical reasons provide a unique opportunity to study this question. We report functional connectivity assessed before and after surgical section of the corpus callosum, including multiyear follow-up in a limited subsample. Our results demonstrate a causal role for the corpus callosum in maintaining functional connectivity between the hemispheres. Additionally, comparison of results obtained in complete vs. partial callosotomy demonstrate that polysynaptic connections also play a role in maintaining interhemispheric functional connectivity.Update 12/15/17: Here’s a case worth pondering: Medical Xpress reports “The mysterious case of the boy missing most of his visual cortex who can see anyway.” A team from Monash University in Australia studied “the brain of a seven-year-old boy who was missing most of his visual cortex but could still see—the first such case ever known.” A module of the cortex usually involved in motion detection was apparently repurposed by his brain to function as a vision center. Such amazing plasticity would seem to indicate that sensory ability is not a function of brain mass, overthrowing a foundational assumption of biological racism dating to the 19th century that was obsessed with brain size.Tough Guy or Softy?Actually, humans have both a sensitive side and a tough side. Speaking of tissues, they can be soft and strong, says Phys.org. Collagen fibers connect cells into a network that, when stretched, resists further stretching. Physiologists used to think that cells under tension maintained their initial volume. New work shows that cells can squeeze out water into the network when stretched, and then gain it back when tension is released. They can lose volume up to 50% in this way. “This contradicts the prevailing paradigm that although such soft biological tissue can deform significantly, its volume remains unchanged,” said Edoardo Mazza of ETH Zurich. What this means for you is that skin-so-soft can actually take quite a beating. It also explains the adaptability to stress of other soft biological tissues, including the amniotic sac that protects a developing baby.The Achilles Tendon – A WeightlifterThe Achilles tendon above the heel, named for the legendary Greek warrior, is the largest and strongest tendon in the body. Science Daily says it can withstand 900 kilograms (2,000 pounds) when running. Even though it is prone to injuries, it can handle a great deal of wear and abuse (think of weightlifters doing calf raises). There’s actually more than one tendon involved. Part of its strength comes from its connectivity to three different muscles with different loads. “Studies with the measurement of Achilles tendon forces have proved that loading may not be distributed evenly throughout the entire cross-sectional area of the tendon,” the article says. “This is possible because the Achilles serves as a common tendon for three calf muscles, which all have different properties and functions.” The article then describes the soleus, lateral gastrocnemius, and medial gastrocnemius muscles and their attachments to subtendons of the Achilles.More Reasons to Breastfeed the BabyMany benefits of natural breast milk have been discovered. Some of them are mentioned in chapter 2 of the new book by Richter and Coppedge, Spacecraft Earth: A Guide for Passengers. Another benefit was reported by FARE, Food Allergy Relief and Education: breast milk appears to prevent allergies. Certain proteins in breast milk help prime baby for protection from allergens. The findings from experiments on mice are probably applicable to humans as well:The mouse study found that when a nursing mother is exposed to a food protein, her milk contains complexes of the food protein combined with her antibodies, which are transferred to the offspring through breastfeeding. Aided by a protein in the offspring’s gut lining and some immune cells, the food protein-antibody complexes are taken up and introduced to the offspring’s developing immune system, triggering the production of protective cells that suppress allergic reactions to the food. These protective cells persist after antibodies from the mother are gone, promoting long-term tolerance to the food.Your Ceramic Toolkit, the Envy of Materials ScientistsScientists are envious of nature’s hardest minerals, Science Daily says. Among the enviable crack-resistant substances they would like to imitate is one we often take for granted: tooth enamel. It works like some other competing hard biological ceramics:Natural composites are common. Examples include nacre (mother-of-pearl), tooth enamel, bamboo and the dactyl clubs of mantis shrimp, all of which are nanoscale arrangements of hard platelets connected by soft matrix materials and arranged in overlapping brick-and-mortar, bouligand or other architectures.They work because the hard parts are strong enough to take a beating and flexible enough (due to the soft matrix) to distribute stress throughout the material. When they fracture, they’re often able to distribute or limit the damage without failing entirely.The Best of All Possible Bodies?The meaning of this sentence from Science Daily depends on how you look at it: “Newly emerging trends in data suggests humans may have reached their maximum limits for height, lifespan and physical performance.” So is the glass half-empty or half-full? Actually, any engineering product is a series of compromises attempting to optimize the whole. When you look at a body at its best, given the demands of a wide variety of situations it must perform in, it seems hard to improve on it.A Law of Media we often observe at CEH is that Darwinspeak is inversely proportional to the detail in a scientific paper. How could evolutionists account for the things reported above? This is not just design, it is over-the-top design.Biblical creationists believe that humans were designed to live forever, but now we live in a cursed world after Adam’s sin. The curse affects all nature, including the human body, which is subject to disease, disability, and death. Nevertheless, the Apostle Paul said to the people of Lystra, “He did not leave himself without witness” (Acts 14:17). The author of Psalm 139 wondered with awe at how we are knit together in the womb, exclaiming that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:13). We can honor God with the body. Paul told Timothy, “For everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving, for it is made holy by the word of God and prayer” (I Timothy 4:4-5). In spite of weaknesses, the body is incredibly engineered and usually works incredibly well. Take care of your “spacesuit” as Richter calls it, as you ride Spacecraft Earth through the universe. And whenever you enjoy a pleasure or comfort, such as delicious food, give thanks to the Creator who made it.(Visited 550 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

  • Twitter is No Threat at All to Facebook, Traffic Analyst Says

    first_imgRelated Posts Tags:#Analysis#news#NYT#social networks#web Hitwise, a web traffic analytics firm that often publishes fun and interesting stats on issues of the day, looks today at how threatened Facebook’s growth might be by Twitter. The company’s conclusion: Twitter is no threat at all. Traffic to Twitter is declining, Hitwise General Manager of Global Research Bill Tancer writes, while Facebook’s growth continues to go through the roof. Facebook is approaching ubiquity, while Twitter’s appeal is narrow and its average registered user is totally unengaged. “That being said,” Tancer writes, “I still plan to tweet this entry.”Twitter may be befuddling still for mainstream masses of users, but for the millions of people who get it – Twitter is invaluable. It’s a public listening post for innovative thought leaders across a broad swath of industries – if that’s what you’re into. It’s also a great place to read short jokes about flatulence or sex from people you’ve never met – if that’s what you’re looking for.Facebook feels more secure though, it’s got clearer social hooks and it’s easier to start using. As a result, Facebook is probably ten or more times the size of Twitter. As Twitter user Justin Houk put it today, “Twitter is a cult classic in the making – not a blockbuster.”The Hitwise data doesn’t take into account the use of 3rd party Twitter clients, but the Twitter website is a more common way to interact with the service and its traffic is a good proxy for overall Twitter use.What are the relative business prospects for both, long term? It’s hard to say, but charts like these from Hitwise have got to make Twitter HQ feel uneasy. Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification marshall kirkpatrick The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos See also: Facebook Has Twitter Envy – But Why? and Twitter and Facebook Investment Terms and Game Plans Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Auditlast_img read more

  • Sports Betting and Gambling: What Financial Practitioners Need to Know

    first_imgBy Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®, Rutgers Cooperative Extension, [email protected] of the most far-reaching events of 2018 with implications for the personal finances of millions of people was the legalization of sports betting nationwide. Sports betting is the process of placing bets on the outcome and/or features (e.g., how many shots a basketball player takes in a game) of sports events such as football and baseball games. In May 2018, a Supreme Court ruling allowed states to legalize sports betting. By November, eight states had legalized sports betting and others were drafting legislation to authorize it.This is not to say that sports betting did not exist previously. Prior to 2018, a handful of states (DE, MT, NV, OR) had sports lotteries because they were grandfathered under a federal law. In addition, many underground sports betting venues exist at home and abroad. Perhaps the most famous U.S. sports betting scandal was the 1919 World Series, where a professional gambler paid eight Chicago White Sox players to “fix” the game.Legalized sports betting winnings, like those from state lotteries or casinos, are taxable income. Losses up to the amount of winnings are deductible if taxpayers itemize deductions. However, many taxpayers now have a larger standard deduction than itemized deductions following passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Only about 10% of taxpayers can itemize now so most gamblers will no longer benefit from gambling expense write-offs.Pixabay.com, CC0What does this have to do with financial education and counseling? A lot. As many practitioners know firsthand, gambling strains finances and relationships. According to the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG), about 2 million Americans are problem gamblers and average gamblers may have debts up to $90,000. Simply put, sports betting provides gamblers with more opportunities to lose money. Those who avoided illegal sports betting venues in the past now have a legal opportunity to place bets, often on mobile phones. Residents of states without legalized sports betting can simply drive to a state that allows it and place bets online. Americans lost $107 billion in regulated bets in 2017 and more through unregulated “black market” betting.What do financial practitioners need to know about sports betting? Four things: 1. What it is and how it takes place (see above), 2. Warning signs of a problem gambling addiction, 3. Recommended strategies to reduce financial damage resulting from gambling, and 4. Local resources to assist problem gamblers.According to debt.org, “red flags” that someone has a gambling problem include:Talking constantly about gambling opportunitiesTaking time off from work to gambleTrying to hide gambling habits from family and friendsAsking for loans to cover gambling lossesLying about money lost or time spent gamblingBetting larger amounts of money to overcome previous gambling lossesSelling possessions or stealing money or property to finance a gambling habitAttempting to hide a gambling habit by shifting money around various accountsRecommended strategies for families to reduce financial damage resulting from a problem gambler from the Canadian Centre for Addiction and Mental Health include: throwing away credit card applications that come in the mail, canceling overdrafts on bank accounts, setting up separate bank accounts, removing family members’ names from shared accounts, not sharing passwords and PINs, and not leaving credit cards lying around.Other recommended strategies include putting valuables in a safe deposit box, asking financial institutions to cut off access to additional credit, warning friends and family not to lend the gambler any money, and arranging for the gambler’s pay to be direct deposited into a family member’s account and giving the gambler a weekly “allowance.” In addition, credit counseling and/or a support group for problem gamblers may be useful.For additional information, review the 53-page NEFE publication Problem Gamblers and Their Finances.Please make plans to join us October 22 as Dr. Lori Rugle presents Gambling Disorders: Special Considerations for Service Members. 1.5 continuing education credits are available to AFC and CPFC-credentialed participants. Free. RSVP: https://militaryfamilieslearningnetwork.org/event/22045/last_img read more

  • Haryana protester breathes last

    first_imgA man, who set himself afire in Rathdhana village of Sonipat district last month when Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ was passing through the area, died at a Rohtak hospital on Thursday, said officials. Rajesh succumbed to his injuries at the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak, they said. After setting himself aflame on August 26, Rajesh had told reporters that he took the extreme step because his son was jobless despite having been “assured” of employment when he had met the Chief Minister earlier. The yatra was nearing a halt in Sonipat district when the man doused himself with some inflammable material nearby and set himself on fire, police had said. Haryana Minister and BJP MLA from Sonipat, Kavita Jain had said that when the yatra reached the village, they saw a man engulfed in flames after which security officials were asked to rush to his help.Referred to PGIMS The seriously injured person was referred to PGIMS hospital, police said. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh had flagged off the Jan Ashirwad Yatra for the Assembly polls in Haryana, from Kalka on August 18.last_img read more