Kolkata: Abhishek Banerjee, Trinamool Congress MP and president of the party’s youth wing has categorically said that stern action will be taken against those involved in the murder of Trilochon Mahato in Purulia’s Balarampur if the BJP can prove his party’s involvement of any sort. Banerjee said that his party workers are not involved in the murder of Mahato. “He died due to infighting or it was the sequel to a family feud,” he maintained. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsA tweet of BJP’s national president Amit Shah said: “Deeply hurt by the brutal killing of our young karyakarta, Trilochan Mahato, in Balarampur, West Bengal. A young life full of possibilities was brutally taken under state’s patronage. He was hanged on a tree just because his ideology differed from that of state-sponsored goons.” The body of 18-year-old Mahato was found hanging from a tree a day after the Panchayat election was declared. There was a poster which was found near the tree that read because of his involvement with the BJP at such an early age, he had to pay the price. Trilochan’s father Panu Mahato is a BJP worker as well. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedIt may be mentioned that in a recent interview to a vernacular television channel, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee had said that 13 party workers had been killed by the Opposition. She had said as the Trinamool Congress was confident of its victory then why should the workers take recourse to violence. Abhishek said his party did not believe in violence. “BJP is creating trouble everywhere and then trying to put the blame on the Trinamool Congress.” The police is investing the matter. Partha Chatterjee, TMC secretary general, has also denied the involvement of his party workers in the murder. “We do not believe in the politics of hate and murder. Our workers had been killed but we have never retaliated to take revenge.”In Balarampur, the BJP has bagged two Zila Parishad seats. Out of 17 Gram Panchayat seats, BJP secured 17 while the TMC had got three seats. In Gram Panchayat, out of 92 seats BJP got 70 while the TMC got 22 seats.The Trinamool leaders said BJP had got only 22 seats in 822-member Zilla Parishad in Bengal where elections were held. It bagged 5,747 Gram Panchayat and 752 seats in Panchayat Samity. Under such a situation the BJP is no threat to the TMC and so there was no question of resorting to violence, the TMC leaders said.
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April 10, 2017 3 min read Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global This story originally appeared on Engadget Uber has finally responded via the courts to Waymo’s allegation that it’s using the Alphabet company’s Lidar technology. The ride-hailing company called Waymo’s injunction motion to stop using technology that was allegedly misappropriated from Google servers a “misfire.” It also insisted that because it’s developing multi-lens LiDAR technology instead of the single-lens that Waymo uses, it’s not using stolen technology.Waymo’s lawsuit against Uber claims that former Google engineer, Anthony Levandowski stole 14,000 confidential documents pertaining to the search giant’s LiDAR tech and that Uber is using the technology found in those documents.After he left Google Levandowski went on to form the self-driving trucking company Otto that was acquired by Uber for $680 million. He currently leads Uber’s driverless car initiative.In the response to the injunction, Uber was forced to note that Waymo’s self-driving technology is currently ahead of the ride-hailing company’s. That’s not too surprising considering that Google started working on its self-driving tech in 2009, five years ahead of Uber. Uber also admitted that it’s still using off-the-shelf technology from LiDAR supplier Velodyne.Still Uber notes that it’s upcoming proprietary LiDAR is vastly different from Waymo’s.”Waymo’s injunction motion is a misfire: there is no evidence that any of the 14,000 files in question ever touched Uber’s servers and Waymo’s assertion that our multi-lens LiDAR is the same as their single-lens LiDAR is clearly false,” said Angela Padilla, Uber associate general counsel said in a statement. “If Waymo genuinely thought that Uber was using its secrets, it would not have waited more than five months to seek an injunction. Waymo doesn’t meet the high bar for an injunction, which would stifle independent innovation and competition.”The Alphabet company brought the lawsuit in response to an Uber email that was accidentally CC’d by a LiDAR component vendor to one of Google’s employees that contained an Uber circuit board that allegedly resembled Waymo’s proprietary design.In its response Uber states: “Waymo took one Uber schematic (inadvertently sent to a Waymo employee) and made several assumptions based on that one document to conclude that Uber’s LiDAR used a single-lens design”A Waymo spokesperson told Engadget: “Uber’s assertion that they’ve never touched the 14,000 stolen files is disingenuous at best, given their refusal to look in the most obvious place: the computers and devices owned by the head of their self-driving program. We’re asking the court to step in based on clear evidence that Uber is using, or plans to use, our trade secrets to develop their LiDAR technology, as seen in both circuit board blueprints and filings in the State of Nevada.”This trial could be spell trouble for Uber. If it’s found that one of its top executives did pilfer those documents and use the information within them to build Uber’s LiDAR technology, the financial judgement could cripple the ride-hailing company and give competitors like Lyft the opportunity to overtake it.