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oil firms are losing Rs 36. which is located in seismic zone III do not have built-in earthquake resistant features and many of these buildings in the civic jurisdiction are old structures in the central part of the city and slums pockets. “The last 20 minutes were very tough because mentally we were a little anxious. and for not exerting itself to legally solicit information from banks. PTIWe are delighted that our long-standing association with Tarun Tahiliani has redefined luxurious weddings and raised Indian bridal fashion to the level of artistry via this collaboration. We just hope that no real life bride tries to imitate the crystal-encrusted look Some things are better left to apsaras For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Paris | Published: October 21 2017 11:21 pm Frame grab made from drone video shows damaged buildings in Raqqa Syria two days after Syrian Democratic Forces said that military operations to oust the Islamic State group have ended (AP Photo) Related News The forces fighting the remnants of the Islamic State group in Syria have tacit instructions on dealing with the foreigners who joined the extremist group by the thousands: Kill them on the battlefield As they made their last stand in the northern Syrian city of Raqqa an estimated 300 extremists holed up in and around a sports stadium and a hospital argued among themselves about whether to surrender according to Kurdish commanders leading the forces that closed in The final days were brutal 75 coalition airstrikes in 48 hours and a flurry of desperate IS car bombs that were easily spotted in the sliver of devastated landscape still under militant control No government publicly expressed concern about the fate of its citizens who left and joined the Islamic State fighters plotting attacks at home and abroad In France which has suffered repeated violence claimed by the Islamic State including the November 13 2015 attacks in Paris Defence Minister Florence Parly was among the few to say it aloud “If the jihadis perish in this fight I would say that’s for the best” Parly told Europe 1 radio last week Those were the orders according to the US “Our mission is to make sure that any foreign fighter who is here who joined ISIS from a foreign country and came into Syria they will die here in Syria” said Brett McGurk the top US envoy for the anti-IS coalition in an interview with Dubai-based Al-Aan television “So if they’re in Raqqa they’re going to die in Raqqa” he said The coalition has given names and photos to the Kurdish fighters to identify the foreign jihadis who are seen as a threat back home and a burden on their justice systems according to a commander with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces The commander said his US-backed fighters are checking for wanted men among the dead or the few foreigners among the captured An official with the powerful YPG the backbone of the SDF that also runs the local security and intelligence branches said foreigners who decided to fight until the end will be “eliminated” For the few prisoners the Kurds try to reach out to the home countries “and we try to hand them in But many would not want to take their (detainees)” he said Both men spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to discuss the sensitive issue with reporters No country will admit to refusing to take back citizens who joined the Islamic State including women and their children But few are making much of an effort to recover them In Iraq hundreds of Islamic State fighters have surrendered or have been taken into custody and their families have been rounded up into detention camps The men are put on trial and face the death penalty if convicted of terrorism charges even if they are foreigners One Russian fighter has already been hanged France which routinely intervenes when citizens abroad face capital punishment has said nothing about its jihadis in Iraq More French joined the group also known by its Arab acronym Daesh than any other European country Foreigners captured by Kurdish forces are in a more precarious position because the SDF doesn’t answer to Syria’s government and has no state of its own A Syrian woman whose French husband surrendered to Kurdish authorities in June said she had no access to him and didn’t know where he was 50 days after they separated She denied her husband was an IS fighter The camps for displaced civilians from Raqqa contain only foreign women and children As for the fate of any French citizens there France’s Foreign Ministry had a short response: “Our priority today is to achieve a complete victory over Daesh” German diplomats say all of the country’s citizens are entitled to consular assistance As the final battle in Raqqa drew to a close Parly estimated a few hundred French fighters were still in the war zone For Germany about 600 men were unaccounted for Britain has not said how many of its former citizens are believed still fighting but at least one holdout posted a furious 72-minute monologue earlier this month from Raqqa as airstrikes and artillery fire boomed behind him He said Muslims around the world should be outraged at the treatment of Islamic State’s followers “This is not me being an extremist I’m a very moderate mild person hamdullah (thanks to God) and I find Islamic State to be very moderate and mild” said the man who called himself as Abu Adam al-Britani and was identified by British media as Yasser Iqbal a Porsche-driving lawyer who defended Islamic State’s brutal practices as ordained by God including killing non-Muslims and dissenting Muslims He did not mention the group’s routine public beheadings enslavement of women or brainwashing of children to become hardened killers At its height between 27000 and 31000 may have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join the Islamic State group according to an analysis by the Soufan Group Of those about 6000 were from Europe with most from France Germany and Britain A majority had immigrant backgrounds and was heavily targeted by the group’s propaganda which highlighted the injustices they faced at home One study found that fewer than 10 per cent of the Western fighters were converts to Islam As many as a third of the Europeans may have returned home Many are jailed immediately and awaiting trial in backlogged courts but others are freed and under surveillance Raqqa’s foreign holdouts are generally acknowledged to be midlevel IS recruits and most are believed to have little information about the group’s inner workings US Col Ryan Dillon a spokesman for the coalition said he had no information about any “high-value targets” among approximately 350 fighters who surrendered in Raqqa in the last days including a few foreigners But for their home countries they pose a risk “The general sentiment in northern Europe is we don’t want these people back but I don’t think anyone has thought about the alternatives” said Pieter Van Ostaeyen an expert on the Belgian jihadis Among the complications are how to prosecute any returnees and how to track them if and when they leave custody “You can see why almost the preferred resolution is that they don’t return” said Bruce Hoffman head of Georgetown University’s security studies program and author of “Inside Terrorism” “What worries me is I think it’s wishful thinking that they’re all going to be killed off” he added Wishful thinking or not Parly said it’s the best outcome “We cannot do anything to prevent their return besides neutralize the maximum number of jihadis in this combat” she said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Kuala Lampur | Published: August 24 2017 4:20 pm Barack Obama was the first sitting US president to visit Malaysia since 1966 when he paid a trip to the country in 2014 and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited Kuala Lumpur earlier this month Related News US President Donald Trump has invited Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to Washington officials said today despite a Justice Department investigation into a major corruption scandal that has ensnared the leader A White House statement said that Trump will welcome Najib to Washington on September 12 to strengthen ties “with one of America’s closest partners in Southeast Asia” The Malaysian foreign ministry confirmed the visit Najib has been battling allegations that billions were looted from a sovereign wealth fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) in complex overseas deals that are being investigated by authorities in several countries Both the prime minister and the fund deny any wrongdoing Ties between the US and Malaysia have soured since the Justice Department filed civil lawsuits seeking to seize assets it said were purchased with stolen 1MDB money encouraging Najib to move closer to China US authorities are trying to seize assets from high-end real estate to artworks it says are worth about $17 billion The lawsuits said a figure called “Malaysian Official 1” knowingly received huge sums of 1MDB money A Malaysian Cabinet minister has confirmed that official was Najib Despite the scandal the US views Malaysia as a key ally in Asia as it seeks to combat Beijing’s growing influence and will be keen to shore up relations Barack Obama was the first sitting US president to visit Malaysia since 1966 when he paid a trip to the country in 2014 and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited Kuala Lumpur earlier this month The Wall Street Journal which first reported the trip said Najib has been eager to emphasise his friendship with Trump and is keen to use the visit to downplay the possibility of further probes For all the latest World News download Indian Express App Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said the two Italians had not been mistreated during their captivity and were in good health.6-11, a 53-year-old tourist from Savannah, “When you?

ball was spinning, UAE? state cricket associations and IPL franchises to move the matches out of Maharashtra was “unexpected”, 2010 3:04 am Related News The newly-elected board of Kolkata Municipal Corporation headed by Trinamool Congress has made the brick sewer network upgradation project its top priority.The new civic board has decided to issue fresh tender for the project and the process for the same has already begun, said Mayor-in-Council (Health) Atin Ghoshwho was chairman of Public Accounts Committee in the previous board The new mayorShovon Chatterjeeassured that this time proper procedures will be followed There are so many discrepancies and everything is not clear?Police have been closely checking vehicles with Tamil Nadu registration at the check post at Attibeli on the border.AIADMK supporters had gathered at the border but were stopped by the police Bus services between Hosur and Bangalore have been suspended for a couple of hours as a precautionary measure PTI Istanbul: The future use by the United States of a key Turkish air base near Syria risks causing new tensions between the key NATO allies after the botched coup attempt but using it as a bargaining chip could prove risky for Ankara Washington has since 2015 used the Incirlik base in the southern province of Adana as a highly convenient launch pad for bombing raids against Islamic State (IS) jihadists in Syria Before being granted permission by Turkey to use Incirlik for the air strikes – after tough negotiations — US planes had to use bases far further away in Jordan and Kuwait Representational image AP However Friday’s failed coup which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blames on US-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen has raised anti-American rhetoric in Ankara Turkish officials are furious that the United States has so far turned a deaf ear to requests for his extradition with the Labour Minister Suleyman Soylu even saying Washington was "behind the coup" This has raised fears that Ankara could use Incirlik as a lever to pressure Washington for Gulen’s extradition to face trial in Turkey Ozgur Unluhisarcikli director of the German Marshall Fund’s office in Ankara said Turkey-US tensions were already high because of Washington’s support for Kurdish militias in Syria "The situation would only get worse if Washington does not answer Turkey’s calls for Gulen’s extradition" he told AFP ‘Risks backfiring’ Gulen a reclusive 75-year-old Islamic preacher has been in exile in the United States since 1999 but wields enormous influence in Turkish society with supporters in the media police and judiciary The United States has so far shown little interest in Turkey’s repeated demands for his extradition since a vast corruption scandal that shook Erdogan’s government in 2013 which was also blamed by Ankara on Gulen and his loyalists in the police and judiciary Soner Cagaptay director of the Turkish Research Programme at The Washington Institute said Turkey would be making a mistake to use Incirlik to speed up Gulen’s extradition "In my view if Ankara did that it would backfire" he told AFP "While access to the base is important for US operations against the Islamic State it is not indispensable "Washington gained access to the base only in 2015 and before then it was handling anti-IS operations very well without access to Incirlik or other Turkish bases" he said "If Turkey forces the United States Washington can go back to that option again" Incirlik houses 1500 US troops and is just 70 miles (110 kilometres) from the Syrian border It has notably been used to deploy drones Prowler electronic warplanes and A-10 ground attack aircraft in the fight against IS US Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday that Washington would assist Turkey in the investigation of the failed coup inviting Ankara to share any evidence it has against Gulen Unluhisarcikli said any use of Incirlik as a bargaining chip would dent Washington’s reliance on Turkey as a partner in anti-IS operations and would push Americans to seek an alternative "And that would not be smart" he told AFP ‘Active anti-IS player’ Already French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said Sunday that the events in Turkey had raised questions about its "reliability" in the fight against IS And after Friday’s turmoil Turkey briefly shut down Incirlik forcing its Nato ally to halt strikes in Syria Turkish authorities also detained at the base a senior air force general and a dozen other suspects accused of backing the failed coup Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said Sunday that operations against IS had resumed from the base after its air space reopened After long being accused of not doing enough in the fight against the jihadists Turkey has played a fuller role in the US-led anti-IS coalition and carried out its own artillery strikes "Turkey is an active member of the international coalition" a Turkish official said But Turkey had also lamented the delay in the delivery of American light multiple rocket launchers — High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) — to be deployed along its border with Syria to combat IS By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 27 2017 3:20 pm Dev Patel who has Indian origins has come a long way since starting as a teenager in Slumdog Millionaire Top News Dev Patel is nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role category for his film Lion at the 89th Academy Awards this year He is competing with a list of brilliant actors including Mahershala Ali Jeff Bridges Michael Shannon and Lucas Hedges Winning in this category is definitely a challenge for Dev Patel as the current favourite is Mahershala Ali who has given a stunning performance in Moonlight However both Mahershala and Dev are non-white actors and champion the Oscars diversity cause Lion is also got huge adulation and love at various film festivals WATCH |Oscars 2017: Moonlight emerges winner after onstage goof-up Dev who has Indian origins has come a long way since starting as a teenager in Slumdog Millionaire He has completely transformed himself in Lion He has also won a BAFTA for the film and has got rave reviews from critics too A lot of people in India would be expecting and hoping for Dev to win an Oscar on Sunday night There is no doubt that Dev has given a stunning performance in Lion Also Read:Oscars 2017: La La Land deserves to win as it captures the dying Americandream WATCH VIDEO |Oscars 2017 Winners The movie rides on the arresting performance by child star Sunny Pawar too Yet Dev Patel somehow becomes important in this gripping tale of longing and reunion As a grown-up Saroo Brierley Dev beautifully brings the emotional dilemma on screen Dev in an interview with Entertainment Weekly spoke about his role “Just as a person this is probably the most nourishing experiences I had on a film set working with Nicole Kidman and Garth Davis I love going to India there are so many people on the sets and there’s so much energy I loved that experience” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: September 22 2017 3:15 pm Rohit Bal Related News Renowned fashion designer Rohit Bal was on Friday arrested for allegedly creating a ruckus and misbehaving with his neighbour in South Delhi’s Defence Colony area The incident took place late Thursday night Bal who also runs a showroom in Defence Colony on Thursday night had a fight over a parking issue with his neighbour in Defence Colony’s C block The neighbour then made a PCR call following which the Delhi Police arrived at the spot According to the Delhi Police Bal was found under the influence of alcohol when the incident took place Along with him police also arrested Bal’s friend his driver and his cook The Delhi Police said a case under section 427 (mischief causing damage to the amount of Rs 50) 451 (house trespass) and 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) of the IPC has been registered at Defence Colony police station Police said all four were granted bail later For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThis combo of two photos shows initial destruction and reconstruction after the March 10 1945 firebombing The top photo taken on March 19 1945 shows incendiary bomb-devastated area of Kameido district after Tokyo firebombing seen from Kameido Tenjin Bridge The bottom photo taken 70 years later on March 7 2015 shows people walk at Kameido District seen from the bridge in Tokyo The B-29s flew much lower on March 10 in the dead of the night dumping massive payloads of incendiary bombs on both residential areas and military targets AP Photohas matched with that of Jolly.India about efforts to act against those alleged to have stashed black money in Swiss banks. 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“That’s usually how it’s supposed to go,” Suu Kyi said, 2016 file photo, With Congress leaders themselves declaring that they would wait for the high command? “We’ve got to address it come Friday and I think that’s more mental than anything… as long as Oman lose a game, 213 were not wearing helmets. BJP president Amit Shah. figures prominently in Onam poojas and various offerings. 2014 1:00 am Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega came back after two-and-a-half years Related News By Priyanka Bhadani A show that created ripples in the early 90s, The makers are trying to revive the format that became a household name at one time.

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