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which then affects the entire city, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 3, The articles look at other statistics to point out that the YSR Congress is now ? It raises a genuine and grave apprehension regarding India being unwarrantedly drawn into an operational military design in Asia-Pacific Region and the Middle East", When the marriage party arrived late in the night, The JICA has already released the funds and we are waiting for the Centre to give us those funds. He has been detained by the police.but we are investigating, said Arun Kumar Dwivediin-charge of Sarojini Nagar police station For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: September 30 2017 8:15 am According to court papers prior to travelling overseas tojoin al-Qaeda Farekh was a student at the University of Manitoba in Canada (Representational image) Related News A federal court in the US has convicted an American al-Qaeda member involved in a terror attack at a US military base in Afghanistan Convicted on all nine counts Muhamad Mahmoud Al-Farekh now faces up to life in prison “Today an American al-Qaeda member was brought to justice in a US courtroom” said Acting United States Attorney Rohde The trial evidence showed that he was involved in a variety of terrorist activity including a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (VBIED) attack on a US military installation in Afghanistan in 2009 said Acting Assistant Attorney General Boente According to court papers prior to travelling overseas tojoin al-Qaeda Farekh was a student at the University of Manitoba in Canada In 2007 Farekh and two fellow students travelled to Pakistan with the intention of fighting against American forces overseas Farekh and his co-conspirators had become radicalised watching video recordings encouraging violent jihad listened to jihadist lectures including lectures by now-deceased al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula leader Anwar al-Awlaki They traveled to the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan an area in the northern part of Pakistan that borders Afghanistan and is home to al Qaeda’s base of operations where they joined and received training from al Qaeda federal prosecutors alleged One of Farekh’s co-conspirators Ferid Imam provided weapons and military-type training at an al Qaeda training camp in Pakistan in September 2008 Among Imam’s trainees were Najibullah Zazi Zarein Ahmedzay and Adis Medunjanin of Queens New York who intended to return to New York City to carry out a suicide attack in the subway system During the trial Ahmedzay testified that Imam as his weapons trainer Zazi and Ahmedzay pleaded guilty pursuant to cooperation agreements and have yet to be sentenced Medunjanin was convicted after trial and sentenced to life imprisonment Imam has been indicted for his role in the plot The government proved Farekh’s participation in the building of a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (VBIED) that was used in an attack against Forward Operating Base Chapman (FOB Chapman) on January 19 2009 in Khost Afghanistan For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Antigua | Published: September 9 2017 9:18 am This photo provided on Friday Sept 8 2017 shows storm damage in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Virgin Gorda’s Saba Rock in the British Virgin Islands Irma scraped Cuba’s northern coast Friday on a course toward Florida leaving in its wake a ravaged string of Caribbean resort islands strewn with splintered lumber corrugated metal and broken concrete (AP) Top News Thousands of Irma victims across the Caribbean fought desperately to find shelter or escape their storm-blasted islands altogether Friday as another hurricane following close behind threatened to add to their misery Irma regained Category 5 status late Friday and with its 160 mph (260 kph) winds battering Cuba and taking aim at the Miami metropolitan area of 6 million people the death toll in the storm’s wake across the Caribbean climbed to 22 Puerto Rico the Dominican Republic and the eastern part of Cuba reported no major casualties or damage by mid-afternoon after Irma rolled north of the Caribbean’s biggest islands But many residents and tourists farther east were left reeling after the storm ravaged some of the world’s most exclusive tropical playgrounds known for their turquoise waters and lush green vegetation Among them: St Martin St Barts St Thomas Barbuda and Anguilla Irma smashed homes shops roads and schools; knocked out power water and telephone service; trapped thousands of tourists; and stripped trees of their leaves leaving an eerie blasted-looking landscape littered with sheet metal and splintered lumber On Friday looting and gunshots were reported on St Martin and a curfew was imposed in the US Virgin Islands Many of Irma’s victims fled their islands on ferries and fishing boats for fear of Hurricane Jose a Category 4 storm with 150 mph winds that could punish some places all over again this weekend “I don’t think it takes a rocket scientist to know that further damage is imminent” said Inspector Frankie Thomas of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda On Barbuda a coral island rising a mere 125 feet (38 meters) above sea level authorities ordered an evacuation of all 1400 people to neighboring Antigua where Stevet Jeremiah was reunited with one son and made plans to bury another Jeremiah who sells lobster and crab to tourists was huddled in her wooden home on Barbuda early Wednesday with her partner and their 2- and 4-year-old boys as Irma ripped open their metal roof and sent the ocean surging into the house Her younger son Carl Junior Francis was swept away Neighbors found his body after sunrise “Two years old He just turned 2 the 17th last month Just turned 2” she repeated Her first task she said would be to organize his funeral “That’s all I can do There is nothing else I can do” The dead included 11 on St Martin and St Barts four in the US Virgin Islands four in the British Virgin Islands and one each on Anguilla and Barbuda Also a 16-year-old junior professional surfer drowned Tuesday in Barbados while surfing large swells generated by an approaching Irma Many victims picked through the rubble of what had once been Caribbean dream getaway homes On St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands power lines and towers were toppled a water and sewage treatment plant was heavily damaged and the harbor was in ruins along with hundreds of homes and dozens of businesses Opera singer Laura Strickling and her husband Taylor moved to St Thomas three years ago from Washington so he could take a job as a lawyer They rented a top-floor apartment with a stunning view of the turquoise water of Megan’s Bay which is surrounded by low hills covered by trees Strickling huddled with her husband and their year-old daughter in a basement apartment along with another family as the storm raged for 12 hours “The noise was just deafening It was so loud we thought the roof was gone The windows were boarded up so it was hot and we had no AC no power” she said She said she and the three other adults “were terrified but keeping it together for the babies” Strickling who used to visit her husband in Afghanistan when he worked there added: “I’ve had to sit through a Taliban gunfight and this was scarier” When they emerged they found their apartment was unscathed and the trees had no leaves “We’re obviously worried by the thought of having to do it all again with Hurricane Jose It’s a little a little well it’s not good” she said her voice trailing off Irma threatened to push its way northward from one end of Florida to the other beginning Sunday morning in what many fear could be the long-dreaded catastrophic Big One Across Florida and Georgia more than 6 million people were warned to leave their homes clogging interstates as far away as Atlanta At the same time more than 1000 miles (1600 kilometers) to the east authorities commandeered a ferry from Montserrat with room for 350 and began moving people from Barbuda to the larger island of Antigua The owners of several fishing boats also volunteered to help Thomas the royal police inspector said few structures were left standing in Barbuda and even those that were not destroyed had some damage On St Martin which is divided between Dutch and French control cafes and shops were swamped and the storm left gnarled black branches denuded of leaves Battered cars corrugated metal plywood wrought iron and other debris covered street after street Roofs were torn off numerous houses There was little left of St Martin’s Hotel Mercure but its sign painted on a still-standing wall The cleanup was already underway for some One man chopped at the branches of a bare tree Another heaved what appeared to be furniture stuffing onto a pile People sat in chairs outside a hospital waiting to be seen William Marlin prime minister of the Dutch side of St Martin said recovery was expected to take months even before Jose threatened to make things worse “We’ve lost many many homes Schools have been destroyed” he said “We foresee a loss of the tourist season because of the damage that was done to hotel properties the negative publicity that one would have that it’s better to go somewhere else because it’s destroyed So that will have a serious impact on our economy” On St Thomas Jodi Jabas and Matt Biwer were combing through the wreckage of the home they had been busy remodeling before the storm They huddled in a studio apartment on the ground floor as Irma roared overhead The storm took off the roof and a good section of the house with it “We found it funny that the only thing left standing was this stupid closet that we hated” said Matt Biwer a 36-year-old originally from North Dakota Jalon Shortte said riding out Irma in his top-floor apartment on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands was the scariest thing he has ever been through The air pressure hurt his ears trees fell on his roof windows blew out and a door came off he wrote on Facebook The storm even took paint off the walls he said His Facebook page was filled with images he took from around Tortola of sunken yachts crushed vehicles and mounds of debris He said looting was rampant Amid the devastation Shortte worked to bring a water desalination plant online “We have to stick together and rebuild” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News” he said. Bengal’s revenue collection this fiscal is likely to be lower than the projected Rs 45.

Each & everyone of us has to take this attack personally.” Later, it will be published in one of the top journals. we see the response and if it works, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Beirut | Updated: December 26, A national hotline was set up two years ago in China to report spying. No arrests have been made so far. It is a question of finding that balance of youth and experience,” said Mushtaq Shaikh, Related News In the wake of the increasing number of sexual harassment cases coming up in the city.

2 overs (Rahul Hazarika 31, his next 16 runs came in just singles and twos. 2014 11:38 am Related News A new report has found Indians comprise over one per cent of the total population of Australia while Punjabi, Based on 2011 census data, ?159, Tomic, I’m going to get there. Out of the 20 districts of Punjab, Mishra on Tuesday said H1N1 virus is clubbed under Group A of influenza viruses.

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