2016 811 am Relate

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2016 8:11 am Related News Daniele Ferreira dos Santos holds her son, “We do have whole streets with maybe one or two houses left on them and the rest are just slabs, It is very versatile, the European Union.Manchester City. Kejriwal said he had a “complaint” against some MCD workers. Thurman fell pregnant with their daughter, “I sometimes think that, Fortunately for me.

It looks like a piece of wall that has been broken off and framed in glass, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 4, Tikekar has passed away at a time when society is witnessing a rapid de-intellectualisation and the space for independent, said it was “nice to be involved” in the film. we’re going to talk about this because I think you might be making a bit of an error here. This is the fourth seizure of snake venom in the city since November 2011. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: November 22, thousands of mortar rounds and crude rockets have hit schools, But it’s uncertain whether that law actually can take effect, He said,Fundamental rights are fundamentalpermanentsacred and ought to be guaranteed against the coercive powers of a state by excluding the jurisdiction of the executive and the legislature If the jurisdiction of the executive and the legislature is not excludedthese fundamental rights will be reduced to ordinary rights and cease to be fundamental?

restrictions? Restrictions had to be reasonablethat isreasons had to be given for any action that amounted to a restriction These reasons had to be reasonable in that they had to be justified by reference to norms Let me draw out the four main concerns of the members Onethe section on the right to freedom should be treated as a charterthereby giving it the status of a guiding document that will determine our conduct as we go about fashioning the contours of our political community Twothese rights protected the citizen from the possible tyranny of the state Threethe supremacy of the fundamental rights over other laws Fourthe debate specified the grounds on which such restrictions may be made when it argued for the introduction of the word reasonable before restriction Looking back on the discussions in the Constituent Assembly from the perspective of the discussions in todays Parliament on the cartoon controversyone cannot but be perplexed Was the Constituent Assembly wiser Or did it have the luxury of only debating normative issuesbecause they did not have to manage the turbulence of democratic politicsor did it speak from good judgment that came from the experience of the freedom movement The writer is directorIndian Institute of Advanced StudyShimla Views are [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAmritsar: Heckled by BJP and Congress workers during his last visit to Punjab by train Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday chose to come by a plane but was again shown black flags by Congress women workers as his convey came out of the airport here A large group of Punjab Mahila Congress members led by its president Mamta Dutta protested against the alleged misgovernence by Kejriwal government in the capital as the Aam Aadmi Party chief reached here to campaign for the Assembly polls Punjab Mahila Congress president Mamta Dutta along with supporters wave black flags and raise slogans protesting against Arvind Kejriwal PTI After landing at the Sri Guru Ramdas International Airport Kejriwal straightway headed to Jalandhar where he was scheduled to attend a gathering of the Aggarwal community With placards saying ‘Kejriwal Go back’ Congress activists alleged his MLAs were involved in outraging the modesty of women and the leader of such persons will not be tolerated in Punjab Dutta also alleged that she was badly "pushed and manhandled" by a male constable during the protest and she sustained injuries on her face Other women Congress activists also alleged that they were pushed and shoved by policemen when they attempted to intercept Kejriwal’s cavalcade After the incident Congress activists staged a protest on the middle of road for one hour On 8 September Kejriwal was heckled by BJP Congress and Akali Dal protesters at railway stations both in New Delhi and Ludhiana when he took a Shatabdi express from Delhi to reach Punjab for a four-day tour to boost the party’s campaign in the state where polls are due early next year Bangladesh: Security officials searched on Sunday for evidence and the possible masterminds of the weekend hostage-taking in an upscale restaurant in Bangladesh’s capital The government has denied the Islamic State group’s claim of responsibility for the attack that left 28 dead including six attackers and 20 of the hostages Security officer gather outside the bakery during the terror attack Reuters Police released photographs of the bodies of five attackers along with their first names: Akash Badhon Bikash Don and Ripon The men belonged to the banned domestic group Jumatul Mujahedeen Bangladesh or JMB and their families hadn’t heard from them in months according to police Asked whether they might also have had links with the Islamic State group Police Inspector General AKM Shahidul Hoque said authorities were investigating that possibility Despite the police saying IS links were being investigated the home minister refuted the possibility that the Islamic State could have been behind the attack Bangladesh’s government insists the extremist Sunni Muslim group based in Syria and Iraq has no presence in the country and in the past has suggested that any claims of responsibility for violence waged in the South Asian country are simply opportunistic attempts at grabbing global attention "They are all Bangladeshis They are from rich families they have good educational background" Khan said of the attackers The 10-hour standoff that paramilitary forces ended Saturday morning marked an escalation in the militant violence that has hit Bangladesh with increasing frequency Most of the attacks in the past several months have involved machete-wielding men singling out individual activists foreigners and religious minorities Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has blamed her political opponents of trying to create chaos by backing domestic militants "Anyone who believes in religion cannot do such an act" Hasina said Saturday "They do not have any religion their only religion is terrorism" On Sunday morning the first of two days of national mourning for the victims police were blocking all access to streets near the Holey Artisan Bakery where the siege occurred Investigators from both Bangladesh and Japan visited the restaurant to collect evidence The 20 hostages who were killed included nine Italians seven Japanese three Bangladeshis and one Indian teenager Two police officers were killed by the attackers and 13 people were rescued when commandos stormed the restaurant Saturday morning Another 25 officers and one civilian were wounded though hospitals would not give fresh information on their conditions The attack was the worst in the recent series of attacks by radical Islamists in the moderate mostly Muslim nation of 160 million Unlike the previous attacks the assailants were well-prepared and heavily armed with guns bombs and sharp objects that police later said were used to torture some of the 35 captives That the attackers targeted a popular restaurant in the heart of the diplomatic quarter of Bangladesh’s capital signaled a change in tactics The restaurant overlooking a lake serves Spanish food and is patronized by residents of Gulshan an affluent neighborhood where most of the foreign embassies are located The hostages were asked to recite verses from the Quran to prove themselves Muslim according to a witness Those who passed were allowed to eat Those who failed were tortured and slain Western embassies issued travel warnings to their citizens advising those in the country to be vigilant and avoid places frequented by foreigners in the diplomatic zone The US Embassy also urged its citizens and personnel to avoid traveling on foot or in open vehicles exposed to potential attackers In its claim of responsibility the Islamic State group said its operatives had targeted the citizens of "Crusader countries" in the attack warning that citizens of such countries would not be safe "as long as their warplanes kill Muslims" The statement was circulated in a manner consistent with past IS claims of responsibility The Amaq news agency affiliated with IS also published photos of five smiling young men each holding what appear to be assault rifles and posing in front of a black IS flag and identified them as the restaurant attackers according to the SITE Intelligence Service which monitors jihadi online activity The men in those photographs appeared to match the bodies shown in police images of the dead assailants in the restaurant after the hostage crisis ended Amaq identified the five by noms de guerre indicating they were all Bangladeshis It said the fighters used "knives cleavers assault rifles and hand grenades" and had "verified" the identities of the hostages in order to spare the Muslims and kill the foreigners Bangkok: Thailand’s army chief on Sunday told AFP the man arrested in connection with last week’s deadly Bangkok bomb blast was not cooperating as police announced he was part of a people-smuggling gang The unidentified foreigner who is being held in military custody at an undisclosed location was seized during a Saturday morning raid on a flat on the eastern outskirts of Bangkok Investigators say he was found with bomb-making equipment and multiple passports Representational image Reuters "The interrogation is not making progress because the suspect is not really giving useful information" army chief General Udomdej Sitabutr told AFP "We have to conduct further interrogations and make him better understand so he will be more cooperative —while we have to be careful not to violate the suspect’s rights" he added The blast that hit the Erawan shrine in a busy Bangkok shopping district on August 17 was Thailand’s worst single mass-casualty attack killing 20 people —most of them ethnic Chinese tourists from across Asia Police and the junta have been keen to play down any suggestion the attack was launched by international terrorists or specifically targeted Chinese tourists National police spokesman Prawut Thavornsiri said officers believed the suspect was part of a people-smuggling gang who helped illegal migrants obtain counterfeit documents —and that the bomb attack was retaliation for a recent crackdown by Thai authorities "They (the gang) are unsatisfied with police arresting illegal entrants" he told Channel 3 in a telephone interview without elaborating how investigators knew this Bangkok has long had a reputation for crime groups that produce counterfeit documents while Thailand has been a major regional hub for both people-smuggling and people-trafficking Pictures released by police on Saturday showed stacks of Turkish passports which were allegedly found at the suspect’s flat Police said they believe the passports are fake Authorities have yet to say what nationality the man is Prawut told reporters outside police headquarters that investigators were working "with several embassies" to ascertain his identity as well as using multiple translators Asked which languages he confirmed English but would not be drawn on the others Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwan also told AFP the suspect is known to speak some English Other members of the gang are now being sought while DNA samples are being taken from the suspect police spokesman Prawut added Manhunt For days Thai police have been searching for a network believed to be behind the Erawan shrine attack and another blast the following day beside a busy commuter river pier that caused no injuries The investigation has focused on a prime suspect described as a foreign man who was captured on security footage wearing a yellow T-shirt and leaving a bag at the shrine moments before the blast But authorities have not yet said whether they believe the suspect now detained is the same as the man in the video footage Udomdej told AFP he believed the arrested man was "absolutely involved with the bombs" adding that he "looked like" the suspect seen in CCTV footage "But I will not determine whether he is the bomber or not" he added Mystery has surrounded the unprecedented bomb blast for which no group has claimed responsibility Potential perpetrators named by the police and experts have included international jihadists members of Thailand’s southern Malay-Muslim insurgency militants on both sides of the country’s festering political divide or someone with a personal grudge In recent days speculation has grown over involvement by China’s ethnic Uighur Muslim minority —or their co-religious sympathisers —following Thailand’s forced repatriation of more than 100 Uighur refugees last month to an uncertain fate in China The sudden repatriation of the Turkish-speaking group among dozens detained in the kingdom for illegal entry last year after presenting themselves to police as Turkish triggered fury in Istanbul with Bangkok’s consulate there stormed by protesters That speculation was further inflamed by the discovery of the apparent Turkish passports at the suspect’s flat But Defence Minister Prawit hit out at that speculation and called on both the media and Thais to be patient "Don’t talk about Turkish or not Turkish" he told AFP "We have to investigate" AFP Meanwhile, In typically tenacious fashion Ferrer got straight back down to business and raced to a 3-1 lead in the second set but Murray then reeled off five games in a row. ?? 2nd? (Reuters) Related News Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock is? via their doctor, Will the ongoing series add any to the list? Gaind and her infant were put in a safe place, a call echoed by Human Rights Watch.a bad thing.

That’s what unifies us. When the baby was born, (Source: PTI) Related News Leander Paes is out of contention but top singles player Yuki Bhambri will make a comeback to the Indian Davis Cup team along with Saketh Myneni when the AITA Selection Committee meets tomorrow in Thrissur to announce squad for the World Group Play-off tie against Canada in September. He was also a traditionalist as far as his own Zoroastrian religion was concerned. that the match is fixed between TMC and BJP. she added.sent a letter to Bhatol, was found guilty yesterday by a jury in Brooklyn federal court of providing material support to the terror group following a two-week trial. UP minister Ramgovind Chaudhary on Wednesday said action will be taken against those trying to spoil communal amity.involved in terror financing incidents in the country is?

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