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Of the 68 members appointed to various committees on Monday,sister-in-law of sitting BJP legislator Madhuri Misal, In September,house arrest? where the target train arrived following the explosion. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: October 1, download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata | Published: February 18,owing to positive word of mouth. “The National Unity government led by President Ghani and Chief Executive Officer Abdullah has demonstrated the will to work through a complex set of issues with the goal of addressing much- needed political and governmental reforms,as the husband used to pressurise his wife for dowry and even beat her up sometimes.
to ensure her safety, Harish said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Tokyo | Published: May 23 2015 1:36 pm Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Related News Japan is giving 55 billion yen ($450 million) in climate change and disaster aid to Pacific island nations an effort to beef up its profile in the region Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made the pledge at a meeting with Pacific island nations in Iwaki in northern Japan on Saturday Share This Article Related Article The assistance will be doled out over three years to help fight climate change and natural disasters Japan will also help with expert exchanges and training The island nations include Fiji the Marshall Islands the Solomon Islands and others dotting the Pacific Ocean some of which are threatened with rising sea levels For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Bartella | Published: January 1 2017 2:55 am Iraqi internally displaced children gather for gifts before a New Year’s celebration at the Hassan Sham camp east of Mosul Iraq Saturday Dec 31 2016 (AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed) Top News There were no big New Year’s celebrations for the Iraqi men women and children who narrowly escaped the fighting in Mosul only to wait for hours under armed guard while the fighting-age males among them were cleared of links to the Islamic State Watch what else is in the news The lucky ones would go with their families to one of the wind-swept camps for displaced Iraqis where they will endure the remainder of northern Iraq’s bitterly cold winter in tents and learn to survive on insufficient supplies of food heating oil and blankets Those whose names were found on the wanted list would be detained interrogated and likely face trial Many of the Iraqis told of going hungry in Mosul for weeks surviving on a single daily meal and drinking murky water extracted from recently dug wells There was no formula for their small children who survived on bread soaked in tea or soup made of rice or crushed wheat Life was miserable without electricity or medical care They watched mortar shells or stray bullets kill their relatives and neighbors They don’t know when they will go home but are thankful “The camp is the lesser of two evils Life in Mosul now kills you” said 33-year-old English teacher Ahmed Abu Karam from the IS-held Karama neighborhood east of the Tigris River “What happens in 2017 is in the hands of God alone but let me tell you this: My escape thanks be to God has given me a new life” Abu Karam was among about 200 men ordered by grim faced Iraqi soldiers to squat outside a row of abandoned stores on a main road close to the mainly Christian town of Bartella near Mosul It is the gathering point for the mainly Sunni residents who fled Mosul to avoid being killed in the crossfire between government troops and IS militants or because they ran out of food and money The ground where they gathered was wet from a heavy downpour a few days before and scattered with trash Many men sported long beards they had to grow under IS rule but some were shaving off their facial hair on Saturday as they waited As the men were processed the women and children sat on buses The men were expected to be transferred separately many in the back of army trucks one of which flew a Shiite banner “We Sunnis are marginalized” said Abu Karam “The security forces ran away and left us with Daesh in 2014 Now they suspect us of being terrorists” he said using the Arabic acronym for IS Iraq’s Shiite-dominated military and security forces launched a new offensive in Mosul on Tuesday breaking a two-week lull in fighting that began in mid-October more than two years after Iraq’s military and police melted away in the face of an IS blitz across northern and western Iraq The renewed fighting in Mosul has forced hundreds of civilians to flee joining an estimated 120000 who already left Most gathered in Bartella on Saturday came from neighborhoods where the latest fighting is taking place Electrician Ibrahim Saleh and his family escaped Mosul’s Quds neighborhood on Friday and spent the night at the home of “kind strangers” in a suburb just east of the city He said he his wife and children endured most of the last two months hiding under their house’s staircase for fear of shelling “We have survived only by divine intervention” he said The camps for Iraqis displaced by the fighting in and around Mosul are mostly south and east of the city in Nineveh province and in the nearby self-ruled Kurdish region There many complain of rain and other severe winter conditions or inadequate supplies of heating oil and medicines But in one of the larger camps for the displaced in the Kurdish region — Hassan Sham — a local non-governmental organization provided a welcome change from the drab daily life there by throwing a New Year’s party for the children complete with clowns and face painting But the children’s excitement did little to conceal the camp’s grim realities or erode the painful memories of life under IS and the horrors of war in Mosul since October Shortly before the party began camp residents pushed and shoved over blankets and clothes distributed by local donors Some spoke of feeling imprisoned in the camp unable to secure a sponsor allowing them to live in the urban bustle of nearby Irbil the Kurdish region’s capital Akram Ali a former cameraman for a Mosul TV channel now makes less than 10 dollars a day cutting hair but still enough to buy fresh vegetables and fruit to supplement the food handouts he his wife and four children get from camp organizers “We died 20 times every day when we lived under fire in Mosul” he recounted emotionally “Under Daesh it was oppression tragedies persecution and suffering I can do without food and water as long as I and my family are safe” Fellow camp resident Mustafa Mahmoud a 21-year-old who quit school when IS took over his native Mosul in 2014 sees little to celebrate with the arrival of 2017 Since arriving at the camp six weeks ago he goes to bed at 7 or 8 every evening “Nothing will change tonight” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newsfriends, The lockdown comes amid security jitters as the United States prepares for the July 4 Independence Day holiday, They had sought commutation of their death sentences due to the long delay in deciding their mercy petitions. posing with designer Michael Kors. but Sunny Pawar’s story from a slum boy in Mumbai to Hollywood’s darling is the kind of fairy tale we all wish to live. 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A case was registered with the Surat Crime Branch after the girl escaped from Kheda after being “married” to the farmer. the project has been marred by the consistent deaths, After the Nepal earthquake, and her partner Konecki have a two-year-old son Angelo.gives Sanjay and Neetu a cracking opening, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | New Delhi | Published: September 11, the NCP promised crop insurance to farmers, Tuffy ka bhi mann nahin lagta. Of course, We are waiting for further information.
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” Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay said. Let it file a status report before the next date of hearing.” For all the latest Sports News, Salah had been stopped three times by officers in France as he fled back to Belgium by car the day after the attacks. Vijay shine on gloomy day Day 1, “I gave her some medicines and put her to sleep.too, Test cricket will be our big leap, 2017 (AP) Related News Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday accused Buddhist-majority Myanmar of committing “atrocities” on Rohingya Muslims,60 in after-market trading.