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NEW DELHI , Aug. 28 (Xinhua) -- India's premier investigating agency - Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Monday said court in northern state of Haryana pronounced a jail term of 20 years for rape convict self-styled Indian godman and spiritual guru Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.

"The court in two 15 year old cases has ordered 20-year jail term (10 years in each case) for Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh for raping two of his women followers over a period of time," an official said.

The CBI spokesman confirmed to media that the sentences would run consecutively.

Earlier there was a confusion that he would serve his sentences concurrently (simultaneously).

"When sentences run concurrently, convicts serve all the sentences at the same time. However, when sentences run consecutively, convicts have to finish serving the sentence for one offence before they start serving the sentence for another offence," Amit Gupta, a Delhi based advocate said.

Keeping in view the violence last week following Singh's conviction, authorities Monday flew the judge in a government helicopter to conduct proceedings at a makeshift court in a prison in state's Rohtak district.

The 50-year-old chief of the Dera Sacha Sauda, a religious sect which claims to run a "social welfare and spiritual organization" sat on the floor weeping, demanding leniency.

Ahead of the Monday's sentencing thousands of Indian force personnel including army and paramilitary enforced a lockdown in Rohtak and other parts of Haryana and Punjab in anticipation of violence.

Last week immediately after his conviction in 2002 cases for raping two women followers inside his headquarters, Singh's followers went on rampage and resorted to arson burning vehicles, train coaches, petrol stations etc. At least 38 people were killed and over 250 others injured in the violence.

However, authorities claimed that Monday's sentencing so far had not witnessed any kind of violence in any part of Haryana.

Authorities in two Indian states of Haryana and Punjab, besides national capital -- New Delhi have sounded an alert to prevent recurrence of violence. Reports said immediately after the judge pronounced his sentence, army staged a flag march in Sirsa.

"Our priority is to maintain law and order and containment of violence," a senior police official A S Dhillion told media during a press conference.

Officials said they have made arrests in connection with arson and would pursue criminal cases against people responsible for last week's rioting.

"Please be assured that no guilty responsible for violence will be spared," Dhillion said.

Singh the flamboyant and controversial chief claims to have 50 million followers and runs a spiritual empire.

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ASTANA, Aug. 29 (Xinhua) -- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) opened a Low Enriched Uranium Bank (LEU) in Kazakhstan on Tuesday, and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev said the opening of the bank is a very important event for Kazakhstan.

The LEU bank, aiming at safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology, is going to use the facility worth 150-million U.S. dollars to discourage new states from enriching the nuclear fuel.

"As a state possessing large volumes of uranium-containing raw materials, we contribute to the peaceful use of atomic energy," President Nazarbayev said at the opening ceremony.

The LEU Bank, based in Ust-Kamenogorsk in the East Kazakhstan region, will store nuclear fuel and sell it to the IAEA members if they have any problems to get it elsewhere.

"The LEU Bank will serve as a last-resort mechanism to provide confidence to countries that they will be able to obtain LEU for the manufacture of fuel for nuclear power plants in the event of an unforeseen, non-commercial disruption to their supplies," IAEA chief Yukiya Amano said on Monday.

Amano highlighted the importance of the LEU bank opening, saying, "I am confident that the IAEA LEU Bank will make a valuable contribution to international efforts to ensure the availability of fuel for nuclear power plants."

The press service of the IAEA has reported that it is going to start buying uranium in the near future, aiming to ship it to the bank in the next year.

The project was funded by donors which include the U.S., the European Union, Kuwait, Norway, the United Arab Emirates and the Nuclear Threat Initiative.

The bank will host up to 90 tons of low-enriched uranium, which is enough to run a 1,000 MW light water reactor or power a large city for three years.

Kazakhstan is a leading producer of uranium, boasting more than 15 percent of global uranium reserves.

Russia already established a such bank in 2010, but Kazakhstan LEU Bank is the first one fully owned and managed by the IAEA.

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