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US President Barack Obama has said that he does not anticipate any “major” or “cataclysmic” changes because of the new development. with dozens injured and one person killed by tear gas side-effects. Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama. the seventh of the year, 2017 5:27 pm People gather at a waterfront as Typhoon Roke approaches Hong Kong, For all the latest Chandigarh News, Benches are not maintained.Written by Anupam Bhagria | Ludhiana | Published: August 14the students will take care of their plant and help keep the environment clean, he said The chief guest on August 15 will be founder chairman of Govind Godham S D Dhameeja and will be accompanied by Head of Urology Department of Dayanand Medical College and HospitalDr Sandeep Sharmatrustee of the NGODr Renu Shrama and former chairman of Ludhiana Improvement Trust M M Vyas The trust has been educating 1650 children free of cost in its schools Last year500 students took a pledge not to burst crackers on Diwali and fulfilled their pledge by not doing so For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBurglars had broken the almirah in which jewellery and cash was kept.

which were also stolen, said Rituher sister Artificial jewellery worth 6000 was also stolen Rupa said the thieves got an easy access in the house as it was constructed recently and the doors were yet to be installed The family alleged that one of the paintersSanjayworking in the house was behind the burglary He has been working at the house for the last month and he was well aware about where the jewellery and money were kept A few days agomy fatherwho retired from government servicegot around Rs 1 lakhwhich was also lying in the house but was eventually deposited in the bank?saying the raise was ? The reaction from farmers?adding that the boundary modification won? Accordingly a developer,000.we found that we will need Rs 15 lakh for the repair works. with almost nightly clashes between Israeli security forces and Palestinian protesters throwing rocks and petrol bombs. a close ally of Israel, is up for re-election next year and is considered a possible presidential contender in 2020.

A fiery exchange with Trump on Tuesday could brighten the spotlight on Gillibrand’s campaign to upend the dynamics and put power in the hands of the victims.near Law College,Krishna Iyer, For all the latest World News, Rousseff herself appealed to the Supreme Court on Thursday to annul the decision to oust her, divisive presidential race. Clinton’s running mate,allowing the entire peak hour traffic to cross the busy stretch easily, he said Based on a spot study conducted by Chandigarh Traffic Policea formal proposal has been mooted to the UT Administration by the UT police brass Chandigarh Police has asked the administration to issue a ban on heavy vehicles entering Chandigarh from the Panchkula side The roadways buses will be allowed to ply during this time Chandigarh Policein its proposalhas mentioned that owing to the heavy office-going traffic in the morning hoursheavy vehicles entering the city add to the chaos and create inordinate congestion To ease the traffic flowit has been proposed that the heavy vehicles should not be allowed to ply from 8 am to 10 am on two road stretches – from the Fun Republic lightpoint to Transport area lightpoint and from the Transport Area lightpoint to Industrial Area Phase-IIISector 29-30 roundabout We got a study conducted from our traffic wing and it was noticed that thousands of people come to Chandigarh between 8 am and 10 am The traffic includes school childrenoffice-going peoplebusinessmen and various others who come to Chandigarh daily for work The morning two hours are considered the peak hours and it was witnessed that heavy vehicles create chaos on the roadwhich can be avoided if their entry is regulated? said UT Home Secretary Ram Niwas. a move which would block any retreat by the Sunni jihadists into Syria but is likely to alarm Iraq’s northern neighbour Turkey.A spokesman for the Iranian-backed paramilitary groups said the advance towards the Islamic State-held town of Tal Afar about 55 km (35 miles) west of Mosul would start within “a few days or hours” If successful the offensive would leave Islamic State fighters – and the 15 million civilians still living in Mosul – encircled by an advancing coalition of forces which seeks to crush the hardline Sunni militants in their Iraq stronghold Iraqi soldiers and security forces and Kurdish peshmerga fighters backed by US-led air strikes and support on the ground already control Mosul’s southern eastern and northern flanks and have advanced on those fronts for nearly two weeks They have recaptured scores of villages on the flat plains east of Mosul and along the Tigris river to the south but the battle for Mosul itself Iraq’s second largest city could be the most complex military operation in Iraq since the US-led invasion to topple former president Saddam Hussein in 2003 Adding to the challenges facing the advancing forces retreating Islamic State fighters have forced women and children from outlying villages to march alongside them as human shields as they withdraw into the city according to villagers who spoke to Reuters by telephone from Mosul Older boys and men of fighting age were taken off to an unknown fate they said The United Nations said on Friday Islamic State had abducted 8000 families from around Mosul to use as human shields A spokeswoman also said they had killed 232 people near Mosul on Wednesday who refused to comply with orders CUTTING LINES TO SYRIA Ahmed al-Asadi a spokesman for the Shi’ite forces known collectively as the Hashid Shaabi or Popular Mobilisation said the operation to cut off Mosul’s western approaches was crucial to the battle against Islamic State also known as Daesh “This is the most important and dangerous line because it connects Mosul to Raqqa and is the only supply line for Daesh” he told Iraqi state television Raqqa is Islamic State’s bastion in Syria and the two cities form the symbolic capitals of a cross-border “caliphate” declared by its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi from the pulpit of a Mosul mosque in August 2014 Iraqi and military sources say there has been a debate about whether or not to close off the western route in and out of Mosul Leaving it open would offer Islamic State fighters a chance to retreat potentially sparing civilians inside the city who might otherwise be trapped in a bloody fight to the finish Some civilians fleeing Mosul have used the roads to the west to escape to Qamishli in Kurdish-controlled northern Syria Just as the advancing army and peshmerga forces have had to battle to recapture even small villages on the road to Mosul facing waves of roadside bombings sniper fire and suicide car bombs Asadi suggested the advance on Tal Afar may take time It will be launched from the Qayyara military base about 90 km (55 miles) to the southeast “Tal Afar is the final destination … it is the pyramid’s peak But there are villages in the way that need to be liberated before reaching Tal Afar” Asadi said TURKISH WARNING The Tal Afar offensive will target an area which is close to Turkey and home to a sizeable population of ethnic Turkmen with historic cultural ties to Turkey Turkey fears the use of the Shi’ite militias in the Mosul campaign will lead to sectarian strife in the mainly Sunni region and exacerbate an expected exodus of refugees Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said this week his country which has troops deployed north of Mosul inside Iraqi territory will take measures if there is an attack on Tal Afar The population of Tal Afar was mix of Sunni and Shi’ite ethnic Turkmen until Shi’ites fled the town after Islamic State’s takeover two years ago Earlier announcements by the Shi’ite militias that they will be involved in the offensive on Mosul Islamic State’s last major stronghold in Iraq triggered warnings from human rights groups of sectarian violence in the mainly Sunni province Shi’ites make up a majority in Iraq but Sunnis are predominant in the north and the west The Popular Mobilisation forces formed in 2014 to help halt Islamic State’s sweep through Iraq’s northern and western provinces are backed by Iran although they officially report to the Shi’ite-led government of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi Amnesty International says that in previous campaigns the Shi’ite militias have committed “serious human rights violations including war crimes” against civilians fleeing Islamic State-held territory The UN in July said it had a list of more than 640 Sunni Muslim men and boys reportedly abducted by a Shi’ite militia in Falluja west of Baghdad and about 50 others who were summarily executed or tortured to death The government and the Popular Mobilisation forces say a limited number of violations had occurred and were investigated but they deny abuses were widespread and systematic For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

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