June 30, 2018

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and the barsati seems to have vanished.had won just 23 of the then 77 seats. throwing liquid in his face and trying to hit him as police struggled to bundle him through.It came after Law and other high-profile Hong Kong pro-democracy activists including Joshua Wong had been greeted by protests in Taipei as they arrived for the forum on Saturday The two-day event was aimed at linking democracy movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan Law is one of a new wave of legislators who supports the idea of self-determination for semi-autonomous Hong Kong — a notion that has infuriated Beijing At one point during the attack at Hong Kong airport on Sunday television footage showed Law stumbling down a staircase after a water bottle was thrown at him Protesters shouted: “Trip and die” and one called Law a “traitor” They also held banners that read: “Get out of Hong Kong” and “Destroy Hong Kong independence” Two people were arrested according to local media reports Police were not able to immediately confirm any arrests Law’s political party Demosisto said he had been injured but gave no further details today Once a taboo concept the idea of independence for Hong Kong has gathered momentum since mass protests in 2014 failed to win political reform and fears have grown that Beijing is tightening its grip on the city Watch what else is making news Two pro-independence lawmakers were last year barred from taking up their seats in the legislature Law and three other pro-democracy lawmakers will face a court hearing in February that will also seek to disqualify them The forum in Taipei was hosted by Taiwan’s New Power Party which is advocating for recognition of Taiwan as a nation The Hong Kong activists’ visit provoked a hostile reception from groups on the island who support reunification with China over what they see as a joint independence movement Even though Taiwan has been self-ruling since the end of a civil war on the mainland in 1949 China still sees it as part of its territory Beijing has threatened to take action if Taiwan ever formally declares independence For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: December 14 2011 2:39 am Related News The Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM)Alipore court on Tuesday rejected the bail petition of the two employees of the AMRI hospital who were arrested by the Kolkata Police Monday night The CJM court remanded Dr Satyabarata Upadhayavice-president of AMRI (Projects) and Sanjib Pala manager of the maintenance department in police custody for 10 days The two will be produced in the court on December 23 Both were arrested for their direct involvement in the alleged negligence in the hospital With thisthe total number of arrested persons in the AMRI fire case went up to nine But several other directors and officials are yet to be tracedthe police said and would be rounded up soonincluding two important officials of Todi and Agarwal families One of them was said to be abroadanother hiding Moving the plea for 14-day police remandDebasish Roypublic prosecutorsaid Upadhaya was the key man to run the hospital administration and it was the task of Pal to maintain the electrical and mechanical department of the hospital As both were involved in the day-to-day administration of the hospitalthey were held responsible for negligence Roy alleged that Upadhayadespite being the vice-president of the hospitaldid not contact the Fire department or police after the incident Neither the hospital authority nor any employee informed the police or Fire after the fire broke out Secondlythe accused cannot evade responsibility of storing articles like gas cylinderwooden boxesmattress and other combustible material in the basementRoy argued According to Roythe police would take them to the hospital building to find out lapses there Moving the bail petitionadvocate Ashoke Mukherjeecounsel of the twopleaded Upadhaya and Pal did not escape from Kolkata after the incident He also assured the court of their cooperation Advocate Salim Rehmananother counsel of the two accusedpleaded the Director GeneralFire Services had given the No-Objection Certificate to the hospital on September 52011 after an inspection and that it was valid for one year He further said it was the duty of the Fire services to keep a watch on the hospital For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Kathmandu (nepal) | Published: May 4 2015 8:54 am In the shattered neighborhoods of Kathmandu down buckled potholed dirt roads similar stories emerge (Source: Reuters) Related News Four days after the earthquake ripped apart the supporting wall attaching her ancient brick house to the tilting seven-story building next door Parbati Gautam moved back in As the aftershocks keep coming she can’t stop thinking about the wretched state of the four-story structure where she and her husband operate a narrow soot-streaked bakery on the first floor and the closet-sized room behind that where they sleep with their two little girls The building was so rattled by the huge April 25 quake that fist-sized cracks spread like webs across the walls and ceilings connecting in places like small river deltas seen from the air And then there’s the giant peach-colored building that looms unsteadily over her home and workplace Share This Article Related Article “I feel like I could die anytime But I have to work and I have no other place to go” she says as her husband cooks small pastries behind her on a gas stove Before moving back they slept under the open skies without a tent or tarp until her fear that thieves would steal her baking equipment and the need to make money drove them back home “I worry about the children but what other choice do we have” In the shattered neighborhoods of Kathmandu down buckled potholed dirt roads similar stories emerge Although fear has driven many survivors to relatives’ homes in the countryside and some still live outside in vacant lots amid pancaked homes others have made a wrenching decision They have returned to buildings that the earthquake rocked partially off their foundations so that the backs sag dangerously below the fronts like an animal squatting on its haunches Or to homes where the brick has crumbled Or where the walls have split the facades droop and the balconies slant toward the ground below Experts have warned that many of the city’s buildings may have been “softened up” by the magnitude-78 quake and a big aftershock coming closer to the densely packed capital than the earthquake did could be devastating The UN humanitarian chief said on a visit last week that the most urgent need is shelter She called for an assessment of buildings to see which ones are too dangerous to live in But many of the citizens of Kathmandu can’t afford to wait None of those interviewed on a recent visit to some of the hardest hit neighborhoods had any long-term plans for rebuilding or strengthening their homes None had seen a government inspector or structural engineer When pressed about why they’ve returned they shrug and offer up a variation of the same question: “What else could I do” In the same building where Gautam’s family lives Pushpa Man Shrestha can relax a little during the day when other people are around But at night when it’s just him he’s too scared to sleep He leaves the door open so he can flee quickly if an aftershock brings the building down Bricks are exposed under the shattered green-painted plaster Dust swirls in sunlight that filters in between the large cracks where the house has been ripped from the big building next door “If a big enough earthquake comes this house might fall on me” Shrestha 53 says “I’m very frightened but what can I do I have to protect the possessions here There are thieves everywhere” On the roof of Khim Bahadur’s stately four-story home the concrete slab platform that once held his water tank has been knocked over and cracked; it juts into the air at an angle and seems ready to fall to the street below There are cracks on each floor and along the foundation “I still don’t know if it’s dangerous or not” says Bahadur 40 who works in construction “I’m maybe 70 percent confident and 30 percent worried No one around here knows if their homes are OK That’s the most worrying thing” A neighbor presses a handwritten note begging for shelter into a reporter’s hand From Bahadur’s roof you can see the green mountains surrounding Kathmandu plunging into a valley filled with homes painted in pink yellow and blue pastels some with dozens of multi-colored prayer flags snapping in the strong wind But look closer and there are buildings not so different from Bahadur’s that have crumbled into piles of rubble and cracked concrete Anu Shrestha and six members of her family sleep in a one-room shack in the shadow of where they once lived an 82-year-old brick building that the quake battered into near-collapse The building they’re in now isn’t much better To enter the compound you walk over a fallen brick wall past a toppled slab of concrete that rests on a smashed scooter and motorcycle Inside it’s dark and reeks of mildew There’s no electricity or running water The back wall has collapsed a blue tarp hanging in its place The ceiling is another blue tarp the roof above that is made of tin sheets held down by wood and bricks “We’re not safe here” Shrestha 31 says “I feel I will die now” Five of their neighbors were killed in the quake They only remain because they need to protect their cosmetics shop “We don’t want to stay here but we don’t know what to do” she says For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News Long wait After an 11-year wait, Surabhi CM getting best actress and Rajesh Mapuskar being named best director for Marathi movie Ventilator. Speaking about the rape case, This demonstrates a potential operational range of 13, both are reaching out to Beijing. The question is whether unlike Bruce Banner’s green superhero,Written by Siddhartha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: October 26

?1/n — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) September 27, Aligarh and other places as well.The supporters of the Samajwadi Party BSP and Congress are just as worried Modi is a major factor in all the seats PTI The Jamait Ulema-e Hind chief and a leading name of Daru-ul-Ulum Deoband Maulana Arshad Madni has gone ahead with issuing an appeal and a series of advertisements seeking that Muslims must work and vote together to stop Modi "This is a matter of protecting the nation and is not limited to a party or an election This election has special significance The Muslims should vote for a secular candidate from a secular party who can defeat the BJP candidate in question" Madni told Firstpost His opinion is shared by several other leading Maulvis and Ulemas Though there are some doubts over how well it will do the Samajwadi Party (SP) has recovered some of the ground it lost ground among the Muslim community but that’s only in constituencies where its candidates were perceived to be in a position to win In the first phase poll for UP with singular exception of Gautam Buddh Nagar (Noida) the other nine constituencies of Saharanpur Kairana Muzaffarnagar Bijnor Meerut Baghpat Bulandshahar Aligarh and Ghaziabad have a large number of Muslim voters It varies between 25 to over 40 percent from around 3 lakh in Baghpat and Ghaziabad to around 625 lakh in constituencies like Saharanpur and Kairana This phase could well be a test of the ‘Modi wave’ against rival parties The Saharanpur parliamentary constituency presents a good example Locals claim that the constituency has 625 lakh Muslims 35 Dalits and 630 lakh Hindus While in the entire region the Congress is completely out of reckoning with no one talking about the party or its campaign Imran Masood has changed the game in Saharanpur The Congress’s candidate with his “chop Modi to pieces” video and his brief stay in jail has become a hero in the Muslim community His cousin Shadaan Masood is contesting on a SP ticket Shadaan is the son of Rashid Masood a convicted Congress Rajya Sabha MP Imran is Rashid Masood’s nephew He was initially the SP’s candidate but later his ticket was withdrawn and he shifted to Congress “Imran has the guts to take on Modi he has shown leadership qualities for long and it’s time that he wins a parliamentary election There was a possibility of Muslim votes getting split in small numbers but as we vote today even that possibility is ruled out If 50000 secular Hindus votes for him of Congress or from outside he will defeat BJP" Shajid Hasan a resident of the area said He cited the case of his friend Shoeb who he claimed was earlier supporting the SP candidate but will now vote for Imran Those in Deoband who till yesterday appeared split at least in the way they spoke about the SP Congress and BSP have all turned into Imran supporters Imran Quershi in Deoband had only a day ago told this correspondent that he thought BSP had a chance only to change his tune in favour of the Congress candidate Kairana is a constituency with over 55 lakh Muslim voters The nerve centre of Muzaffarnagar riots Shamli is part of this constituency BJP’s Hukum Singh an MLA and one of initial accused in riot cases is pitted against BSP’s Kunwar Hasan and SP’s Nahid Munawar Hasan incidentally is Munawar’s uncle A last day rally by Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan in which he have a fiery speech that spewed venom against Modi and Amit Shah galvanised Muslim community’s mood in favour of Munawar With the Modi factor in Hukum Singh’s favour the Jat and Rajput communities that had turned against him for different reasons may just vote in his favour “The news of polarisation of Muslim votes and SP’s traditional support made us realise that we might make Modiji lose because of our petty differences We can’t afford to do that in this election"Chaudhary Virendra a Kairana resident said "He (Modi) has to be made PM so we have buried the hatchet and are supporting Hukum Singh Now Saini Jats Kashyap and a substantive section of Harijans are all supporting him Today’s will be a record polling" he said? “‘Making America Great Again’ requires more than 140 characters per issue, ? Roy said the police have arrested seven persons in connection with the case and the state government has already paid compensation to the victims? while the CDPJ picked up momentum. ".. the government declared today in Parliament, architectural and symbolic elements that linger in the homes.

they happen to appear and I prefer not to have a face but more a symbolic human figure.

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