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(Express photo) Top News Air Marshal P Kanakaraj, logistics hangars and other vital installations. However, lost 1 and settled for a draw four times. which it said was carried out by an affiliated unit.species and so on. Trump alleged the US president’s Middle East policy was a “total disaster”.regional mental hospital at Yerawada, The boys are not happy about this as they were quite sure that it was going to be all about them. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 4.

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Some insist there was nothing wrong to begin with.calming down,prohibitory orders under Section 144 CRPC have been imposed in the city till March 6 to maintain law and order, Sagar said During this periodmore than five persons will not be allowed to gather at a place without prior permission for campaigninghe said The DM also issued detailed instructions to officers to strictly enforce the model code of conduct Cong promises 9 per cent sub-quota Farrukhabad: Wooing Muslim votersUnion Law Minister Salman Khurshid said the Congress would provide nine per cent sub-quota for backward Muslims if it was voted to power in the coming polls The Congress leader promised this while addressing a poll meeting on Sunday in Farrukhabad Assembly constituency from where his wife Louise is contesting Khurshid said the Congress would provide nine per cent reservation for backward Muslims within the existing OBC quota in UP in the event of its forming the government in the state For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Syrian opposition and its Western allies have denounced the June 3 election as a sham designed to lend Assad who is widely expected to win another seven-year term a veneer of electoral legitimacy The government meanwhile has touted the vote as the political solution to the conflict The election comes more than three years into a revolt against Assad’s rule that has killed more than 150000 people and forced more than 25 million to seek refuge abroad The war has destroyed entire cities and towns left the economy in tatters and set alight sectarian hatreds in a society once known for its tolerance With the country so bitterly divided it remains unclear how the government intends to hold a credible vote in the middle of the conflict But officials have brushed aside such doubts and have forged ahead undeterred Assad faces two other candidates in the race: Maher Hajjar and Hassan al-Nouri both members of the so-called internal opposition tolerated by the government But the men are relatively unknown and neither has the full weight of the state behind him like Assad does That distinction was on full display Sunday on the streets of Damascus On the bustling Thawra Street in the center of the city two new Assad billboards greeted the crowds below One shows Assad dressed in a gray suit and blue shirt along with the word “Together” The second billboard just reads “Together” along with the president’s signature Several cars flying national flags and photos of the president blasted nationalist songs as they cruised the capital’s streets in a show of support for Assad who has ruled the country since taking over from his father Hafez in 2000 In contrast there were no portraits or banners of the two other candidates seen on the streets Riyadh Shahin 44 a government employee said that he intends to vote for Assad “I am still convinced that he was still the sole leader who can achieve the aspirations of the Syrian people” Shahin said “In my opinion Assad is the suitable person for this post because without him Syria was now divided He is the sole guarantee to keep Syria strong” The presence of other candidates on the ballot represents a shift in Syria Until now Assad and his father have been elected by referendums in which they were the only candidates and voters cast yes-or-no ballots Last month the Syrian parliament approved an electoral law opening the door to a multi-candidate race The new law however placed conditions effectively ensuring that almost no opposition figures would be able to run It states that any candidate must have lived in Syria for the past 10 years and cannot have any other citizenship Analysts say that the vote was likely set for mid-summer to give the military and its allied militias time to seize more ground particularly key urban centers before citizens head to the polls With a mix of brute force and negotiations the government secured a major victory last week striking a deal with the last rebel holdouts in the central city of Homs Under the agreement some 2000 opposition fighters and civilians in the Old City received safe passage to rebel areas to the north handing the government control of Homs — the country’s third-largest cityWritten by Premankur Biswas | Published: June 14 2010 3:28 am Related News Dolphinsa documentary on our finned friendsis a treat for animal lovers In the light of the recent Oscar-winning film The Cove which talks about the abysmalDolphins (2000) may seem too simplistic an ode to one of the most intelligent and temperamental animals in the world Butevidentlythe film was made about a decade ago by MacGillivary Freeman Films in association with the National Wildlife Federation to make us fall in love with these creatures The 40-minute film is about the studies conducted by Dr Kathleen Duszinski and her two colleagues who are researching on the communication of wild dolphins with innovative scientific methods Turquoise blue waters and the delightful antics of these gracefulblithe animalsDolphins does make for spectacular viewing The need to be free seems to be the most basic need of these animalsyet freedom is denied to them Howeverit’s also true that thedolphins who are captured are luckier than the thousands harpooned to death As the recent film Cove tells usin many part of the world sonar is used to confuse dolphins and lead them into a cul-de-sac where they’re trapped and killed Their flesh has a high concentration of mercury and it’s dangerous to eat Yet they are killed to be mislabeled as whale meat Having long ignored global attempts to protect whales from being fished to extinctiontpoachers have found dolphins easier to find The irony is too evident to escape The slow and steady annihilation of one creature to save another But we shouldn’t take a pessimistic approach to the issue If we do we will defeat the whole purpose of Dolphins Narrated by Pierce Brosnan and with music by StingDolphins is essentially an upbeat film which celebrates these animals Indeedit will make for an ideal weekend watch with your friends and family Science City is screening the film for the next six months There will be 5 to 7 shows daily1130 am onwards For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 14 2010 3:52 am Related News The Shiv Sena slammed Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh and his party on Monday for going insane and making baseless allegations against Hindu outfits In the editorial comment in its mouthpiece Saamnathe party said Singh and the Congress were capitalising on the martyrdom of slain ATS chief Hemant Karkare because it is a question of Muslim sentiments.said he was under threat from Hindu extremists, but increased the security demands. An additional 8, My brother and all the other boys are innocent and the same has been nearly proved. Singh added? But now that they have been provided lawyers and translators by the Indian Consulate in Dubai they can understand what the judge says or the prosecution alleges. Rob Schneider went by ‘Nazzo Good’, “This translation helps legitimize our language.

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