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Mackwana had further said in the letter that nobody was to be blamed for his death, is entitled What Direction for Recovery? and it explores what would be required to ensure this Gerry O’Hanlon SJ examines practical proposals for how to generate an economy with higher values than the one that has so badly let us down And Anne B Ryan writes about the “philosophy of enough” outlining how a culture aesthetic and morality built around a sense of sufficiency rather than excess would give us the chance to cultivate good values renew the ecosphere and promote social justice The final article by Gerard Doyle discusses the beneficial role social enterprise could play in responding to unemployment and lack of services in disadvantaged communities See the JCFJ websiteBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: May 19 2015 1:07 am Fisherman Sushant Agnel Luzi in an ambulance bound for Nanavati Hospital where he was admitted for his bullet wound on Monday (Source: Express Photo by Dilip Kagda) Related News By: Rohit Alok and Neha Kulkarni The Indian Navy has ordered an inquiry into the Sunday evening incident when a 23-year-old fisherman was “accidentally shot” at by its patrolling vessel While the Mumbai fishermen’s association claims that the victim was fishing in the high seas the Navy asserts it they had to resort to firing as the victim did not pay any heed to repeated warnings and did not move out of the ‘prohibited area’ The Mumbai police has registered an FIR and is probing the incident According to the complaint lodged by the police Sushant Agnel Luzi a resident of Uttan who was fishing near Bombay High in his trawler Christ Wales Sunday evening entered into a verbal altercation with the Navy personnel on board T-14 vessel The incident took place about 80 km from Mumbai in Bombay High where the oil rigs of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) Ltd is located and is secured by the Navy Share This Article Related Article “A total of 18 fishermen had gone for fishing on Sunday Around 5:30 pm when they were about to remove their fishing nets a team of security personnel on board a Navy ship came in to enquire They started abusing the fishermen The fishermen requested for an hour to remove the net but they refused” said Febian Phaoshapir a crew member of the trawler “Suddenly a crew member (of the Navy boat) came out of the cabin with a gun and started firing at them” he added Luzi was quickly transferred to the Navy vessel that took him to the ONGC platform from where he was air-lifted by 730 pm (on Sunday) and brought to the Juhu airport to be admitted to Nanavati Hospital “He can hardly speak but he can move his right hand Doctors have told me that he is out of danger and stable” said Angelo Luzi’s father before his son was shifted to Navy’s Ashwini Hospital Monday afternoon “He (Luzi) was standing on my right after the first round was fired in the water from a sophisticated looking weapon; the second round was fired at Luzi and hit him on his right shoulder The Navy official took aim and it was deliberate Luzi fell on me screaming” said Cedrik Netogar (23) who had still not changed from his blood-stained shorts while speaking with The Indian Express at the Nanavati hospital on Monday The Navy however claimed that the personnel were forced to fire as the fisherman did not pay any heed to their warning and did not exit the prohibited areas where the oil platforms of ONGC is located “An Immediate Support Vessel (ISV) was on coastal security patrol in the offshore development area Bombay High around 80 km from Mumbai While providing protection to the offshore oil rig ISV noticed a fishing boat anchored close to an oil platform Despite repeated warnings when the boat refused to move out of the prohibited area warning shots were fired into the water One round deflected on hitting the water and accidentally hit a fisherman in the boat The fisherman was immediately evacuated by helicopter to a hospital ashore for treatment His condition is currently stable” a Navy press release said The press release further said “The incident was immediately reported to the Joint Operations Centre which is manned round-the-clock and where all authorities concerned with coastal security are present His relatives have also been informed” An ONCG spokesperson said “One fisherman was brought in with injury at one of the ONGC Mumbai offshore platforms The ONGC medical team gave first-aid and he was shifted to a Mumbai hospital ONGC provided all supports to the injured fisherman to save his life” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Kohima | Updated: August 15 2015 6:47 pm Zeliang also highlighted that the Nagaland Legislative Assembly as well as the Nagaland Legislators’ Forum – the latter an all-party forum that also comprises of the ruling Democratic Alliance of Nagaland – too had made significant contribution towards the government-NSCN(IM) agreement (Source: PTI file photo) Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s healthy attitude and respect towards the Nagas has made the peace agreement possible between the government of India and the NSCN(IM) Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang said in the state’s capital on Saturday “The prime minister has a healthy attitude and respect towards the Nagas and thus enabled him to take such a bold and positive decision as a true statesman” Zeliang said unfurling the national flag in Kohima on the occasion of the 69th Independence Day Welcoming the agreement the Nagaland Chief Minister also said that while the Naga political issue was in existence for the past six decades or more it was due to the concerted efforts and hard work put in by all concerned that led to the NSCN(IM) and the government of India signed the agreement two weeks ago He also thanked interlocutor R N Ravi for his hard work that also comprised of consultation with various mass-based Naga civil society groups that had contributed to the agreement Share This Article Related Article Zeliang also highlighted that the Nagaland Legislative Assembly as well as the Nagaland Legislators’ Forum – the latter an all-party forum that also comprises of the ruling Democratic Alliance of Nagaland – too had made significant contribution towards the government-NSCN(IM) agreement Zeliang also said he hoped New Delhi would consult all concerned while working out the final agreement “At present only the broad framework of the agreement has been worked out However I am sure we will be consulted once the details of the agreements and modalities are worked out by the parties concerned” he said Describing the overall law and order situation of Nagaland as by and large peaceful Chief Minister Zeliang however regretted that the Khaplang faction of NSCN had abrogated the ceasefire agreement it had signed with the government of India in 2011 “The abrogation of ceasefire by NSCN (K) has led to the killing of several personnel of the security forces followed by the death and injury to some civilians in Phek district This was very unfortunate” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Chennai | Updated: May 30 2015 4:20 pm Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani had backed IIT’s action saying it has clearly stated that some procedures by the students’ organisation was not followed and it knew that Dean will derecognise it for violating norms (Sourc e: PTI) Related News BJP on Saturday charged that efforts were being made to ‘politicise’ the derecognition of a students group by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras and urged political parties and others not to ‘instigate’ students BJP’s Tamil Nadu unit president Tamizhisai Sounderrajan said that the premier technical institute had made it clear that the derecognition of Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle was done for ‘violating’ the code of conduct and that it was not against freedom of expression Share This Article Related Article “Students should not fall prey to efforts to politicise this issue by some persons with ulterior motives and that too by invoking the names of leaders (Ambedkar and Periyar) we respect” she said She urged that students’ sentiments should not be played with and that they should not be instigated Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani had backed IIT’s action saying it has clearly stated that some procedures by the students’ organisation was not followed and it knew that Dean will derecognise it for violating norms The move had triggered protests from Congress and AAP Scores of NSUI workerson Friday had protested outside Irani’s official residence in Delhi over the issue The state BJP chief hit out at arch rival Congress its Vice President Rahul Gandhi and state chief E V K S Elangovan for criticising the Centre on this issue saying ‘those who stifled freedom of expression by imposing Emergency’ cannot ‘create confusion’ on this matter by their utterances “It is unacceptable that Gandhi or Elangovan can politicise this issue for their benefit IIT students should also realise that others in the state are also politicising this issue creating a roadblock for their education” she said in a statement For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The current issue of Working Notes,Gupta said: ? 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