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sk© Security SAVER SALE guard for Milwaukee nightclub is shot, injured after group is denied entry

We also have more stories about: (click the phrases to see a list) Places: MILWAUKEE A security guard at Milwaukee’s Notte Nite Lounge was shot and injured after he confronted a group that was denied entry to the nightclub. WISN-TV reports ( http://bit.ly/1NJmgEm 1 ) that the shooting happened about 12:40 a.m. Saturday.

The 44-year-old guard is expected is to survive. Police say officers arrested a 23-year-old man after a short foot chase. A pistol was recovered that appeared to have been recently fired.

Police are still investigating.

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Two new advanced military choppers for BSF air wing

New Delhi: After over six-month delay, two new advanced military choppers have landed in India to be inducted into the elite air wing of the Border Security Force, which is tasked to carry air support missions for troops along the borders and in the hinterland for anti-Naxal operations. The Russian-made Mi-17 V5 choppers will boost the flying capability of central paramilitary forces that are deployed for a variety of internal security tasks in some of the most arduous and inhospitable conditions at numerous locations. “Two new Mi-17 V5’s are in India now. The choppers are flying for trials in various parts of the country and will be soon inducted in the BSF air wing,” a senior official said.

The official said the choppers have been initially based at the BSF hangar at Safdarjung airport here and are expected to be formally inducted into the fleet by Home Minister Rajnath Singh on April 9. The new pair, sources said, are expected to be tasked for anti-Naxal operations and with their new bases in Chhattisgarh (Jagdalpur) and Odisha (Koraput). What makes the induction of these new choppers important, the sources said, is that these flying machines are armed with the latest avionics and night flying capabilities which has been a long-time requirement for security forces undertaking operations in Naxal violence affected zones. “The existing IAF and Dhruv fleet of BSF were not very much equipped to undertake casualty evacuation or troop insertion exercises during evening hours.

These new choppers can now undertake night landings at designated bases,” they said, adding they will be used to transport men and logistics.

These improved versions of the Mi-17 helicopters were initially supposed to be handed over to BSF by Russians in September last year but due to some glitches the delivery could not take place.

A team from Russia had come to meet senior Home Ministry officials in November last and after this, the delivery time was fixed in March 2015, they said.

Chargesheet Filed against Mohd Nisham

THRISSUR:The chargesheet against business tycoon Muhammed Nisham, the accused in security guard Chandrabose Murder Case, was submitted before Judicial First Class Magistrate Court at Kunnamkulam on Saturday. Peramangalam CI P C Biju Kumar, the chief investigating officer in the case, submitted the charge sheet before the Judge T K Anirudhan at 11 am. The 1,500-page chargesheet consists of 124 documents, including forensic reports, postmortem examination report and medical case sheets, among other details.

The statements of 111 witnesses, including 12 eyewitnesses, have also been incorporated in the chargesheet. Nisham s wife Amal is the 11th witness and Chandrabose s wife Jamanthi is the 12th witness. In the chargesheet, police said that Nisham had previous enmity with Chandrabose over the issue of letting vehicles into the apartment during night hours and that led to the murder.

Guard s Murder: Case Records to be Filed in Sessions Court Thrissur: Nisham reportedly suffered minor injuries when he broke the security guard s cabin to catch hold of him. According to Robson Paul, who assisted Special Public Prosecutor C P Udayabhanu in preparing the chargesheet, the prosecution has presented the details of the assault in three different scenes. The first is the cabin episode when the accused attacked Chandrabose near the security guard s cabin at Sobha City in Puzhakkal, and then the assault on the guard near the fountain of the apartment and finally the attack on him at the parking lot, said Robson.

He also said that in all these scenes there were eyewitnesses and that the statements of all crucial witnesses had been recorded as per CrPC 164 to prevent them from contradicting their statements during trial.Besides IPC 302 (murder), Sections 323, 324, 326,294(b),506(i) have also been slapped on Nisham, who is lodged in the Kannur Central Prison after police slapped Kerala Anti-social Activities (Prevention) Act or KAAPA on him. On April 7, when Nisham will be presented in the court for the extension of his judicial custody, he will be handed over a copy of the chargesheet. All the documents regarding the case will be forwarded to the Sessions Court in Thrissur where the trial will be held.

The chargesheet was submitted before the Kunnamkulam court as the FIR was lodged here, when Chandrabose was undergoing treatment at a hospital. In the wee hours of January 29, a drunk Nisham rammed his SUV into the security guard. He then assaulted the guard for nearly half-an-hour.

Eighteen days later, the guard succumbed to the injuries.

AP News – Romanian security officer kidnapped from Burkina Faso mine

OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso (AP) A senior military official in Burkina Faso says a Romanian security officer has been kidnapped from a mining site in the north of the nation. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity since he was not authorized to short the media, said Saturday that the Romanian was kidnapped by five assailants who attacked his convoy through a patrol. He mentioned the Romanian also has French citizenship.

The incident took place close to the manganese mine run by Pan African Minerals in the town of Tambao, positioned in the northeast corner of Burkina Faso close to the borders with Mali and Niger. The official stated it was unclear exactly where the assailants came from. Northern Mali, that borders northeast Burkina Faso, fell to separatist rebels and then al-Qaida-linked Islamic extremists in 2012.

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sk© Security SAVER SALE company apologizes after mom discouraged from breastfeeding in …

VERNON A security company has apologized after one of their guards discouraged a woman from breastfeeding 1 her baby in a Vernon mall this week. On Wednesday Megan Deuling was breastfeeding her four-month-old son in the foodcourt at the Village Green Centre. I noticed one lady was giving me some dirty looks and once she finished her meal she got up and went and talked to a security guard, says Deuling.

Story continues below 2 The security guard approached me. He couldn t even look me in the eye, he just said ma am there is a time and place for these sorts of things. I asked him if he would rather a screaming baby.

He said well that is why you give him a bottle, and he just kind of started mumbling about how inappropriate it was. Deuling says she was shocked. I felt so insulted and disrespected.

I couldn t believe anybody would say that, she says. READ MORE: Feed-in for breastfeeding at West Kelowna council meeting 3 Concord Security Corporation has now apologized. Under absolutely no circumstances do we condone or agree with the guard s misguided statements that she should not be breastfeeding her child in public, wrote regional manager Ian Papa in an open letter.

The guard has been temporarily relived of his duties until such time that he has received additional sensitivity training and has undergone an evaluation on public relations conduct. Meanwhile, in a written statement, a spokesperson for the mall said the way the complaint was handled was not appropriate. The response to this situation did not reflect our policies and the contracted employee (Concord Security) involved is already scheduled for educational training.

Deuling is pleased with the response she received from the companies. They owned up for what had happened and I think they are taking the necessary steps to educate the security guard, she says. Deuling, other moms and their supporters are now planning a feed-in at the mall on Saturday.

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Chargesheet to be Filed against Nisham Tomorrow

THRISSUR: The chargesheet against business tycoon Muhammed Nisham, the accused in the murder of security guard Chandrabose, will be submitted at the First Class Judicial Magistrate Court at Kunnamkulam near here on Saturday. Speaking to Express on Thursday, Special Public Prosecutor in the case, C P Udayabhanu, confirmed that the chargesheet would be submitted before noon on Saturday. The chargesheet spread over more than 1,000 pages has nearly 100 witnesses including 12 eyewitnesses.

The SPP said the first 10 witnesses include four security guards, three occupants of the Sobha City at Puzhakkal, where the incident occurred and other staff at the apartment. Amal Nisha, is the 11th witness in the case. The trial court had already recorded the statement of 12 witnesses, including wife of Nisham, under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code, which has evidentiary value in the court of law.

In the forensic report, which we received the other day, the blood stains on the SUV, which Nisham rammed into the guard, is found to be matching with that of the victim and it will be used as a supporting evidence in the murder case, he said. He also said the chargesheet was prepared by keeping in mind that the accused should get capital punishment. The SPP held last round of talks before finalising the chargesheet with City Police Commissioner, R Nishanthani, who is supervising the investigation in the case and other probe officers in Thrissur on Thursday.It was during the wee hours on January 29, Nisham drove his SUV into the guard and pinned him against the wall for the delay in opening the gate of the high-end apartment where he was staying.

Thereafter, he assaulted the guard for nearly half-an-hour. The guard had suffered multiple internal injuries in the brutal attack. After battling for life at a private hospital for 18 days, the guard succumbed to injuries on February 16.

Even though the chargesheet would be submitted at the Magistrate Court in Kunnamkulam, where the police first submitted the FIR, the murder trial will be held at the Sessions Court in Thrissur.