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000 square miles) of seabed were combed without finding any trace of Flight 370. his body? “There is no use talking about women empowerment. as x reaches its 12th non-consecutive week at number one. “The lasting impression from this Test series will be the substandard pitches that India were forced to bat on and the subsequent drop-off in the quality of cricket.The GIDC land rates in 2006 was Rs 220/sqm here.000/sqm, said the director of a company located in the Lodhika GIDC near Rajkot A Rajkot businessman said daily wages for unskilled workers has gone up considerablyfrom Rs 70 or 80 a few years ago to Rs 180 or 190 now An assistant manager at a Rajkot-based company with a Rs 500-crore annual turnover said workers are not joining or staying backadding the housing blocks he built to entice workers are slowly getting depopulated An office-bearer of the Saurashtra Vyapaar Udhyog Mahamandal said it is more or less the same in the region With semi-skilled construction workers earnings up to Rs 700 per day nowthe factories are deserted despite salaries soaring from about Rs 3000/month earlier to Rs 6000 or Rs 7000/month now For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Paris | Updated: February 24 2015 10:36 am French president Francois Hollande Related News French president Francois Hollande said that the country must offer its protection and affection to the Jewish community as anti-Semitism is on the rise in France “Jewish are at home in France it’s the anti-Semites who have no place into the Republic” Hollande said in a speech at a prestigious annual dinner of the country’s main Jewish organization Many French Jews feel increasingly worried about anti-Semitism particularly coming from young Muslims who embrace radical ideology propagated online France has Europe’s largest Jewish population about half a million More than 7000 emigrated to Israel last year Hollande noted that acts against Muslims are also on the rise in France About 10000 soldiers and police forces are protecting synagogues but also mosques schools and cultural centers Hollande recalled They will stay mobilized “as long as necessary” he said Earlier Monday France’s Muslim leaders have refused to attend the dinner angry over comments by a Jewish leader associating young Muslims with violence Roger Cukierman head of the CRIF Jewish council was denouncing a growing number of acts against Jews in France He specified that he was talking about a “very small minority” of Muslims The French Muslim Council (CFCM) in a statement denounced Cukierman’s comments as unfounded including his use of the expression “Islamo-fascism” Cukierman explained later that he was specifically thinking of the authors of recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Copenhagen who had “claimed allegiance” to Islam “Jews and Muslims we are all in the same boat” he said Leaders of the CFCM have attended the event since the creation of the Council in 2003 This year’s event comes amid increasing fears of anti-Semitism and religious tension in France after attacks by Islamic extremists against a kosher market and satirical newspaper For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Baghdad | Published: November 13 2017 3:06 pm Iran’s police the elite Revolutionary Guards and its affiliated Basij militia forces were dispatched to the quake-hit areas overnight state TV reported (Source: AP Photo) Related News At least 332 people were killed in Iran and Iraq when a magnitude 73 earthquake jolted the region on Sunday state media in the two countries said and rescuers were searching for dozens trapped under rubble in the mountainous area State television said more than 328 people were killed in Iran and at least 2500 were injured Local officials said the death toll would rise as search and rescue teams reached remote areas of Iran The earthquake was felt in several western provinces of Iran but the hardest hit province was Kermanshah which announced three days of mourning More than 236 of the victims were in Sarpol-e Zahab county in Kermanshah province about 15 km (10 miles) from the Iraq border Iranian state television said the quake had caused heavy damage in some villages where houses were made of earthen bricks Rescuers were labouring to find survivors trapped under collapsed buildings The quake also triggered landslides that hindered rescue efforts officials told state television At least 14 provinces in Iran had been affected Iranian media reported Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei offered his condolences on Monday urging all government agencies to do all they could to help those affected DANCING BUILDINGS The US Geological Survey said the quake measured magnitude 73 An Iraqi meteorology official put its magnitude at 65 with the epicentre in Penjwin in Sulaimaniyah province in the Kurdistan region close to the main border crossing with Iran Kurdish health officials said at least four people were killed in Iraq and at least 50 injured The quake was felt as far south as Baghdad where many residents rushed from their houses and tall buildings when tremors shook the Iraqi capital “I was sitting with my kids having dinner and suddenly the building was just dancing in the air” said Majida Ameer who ran out of her building in the capital’s Salihiya district with her three children “I thought at first that it was a huge bomb But then I heard everyone around me screaming: ‘Earthquake’” Similar scenes unfolded in Erbil the capital of the Kurdistan Region and across other cities in northern Iraq close to the quake’s epicentre COLD WEATHER Electricity was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather The Iranian seismological centre registered around 118 aftershocks and said more were expected The head of Iranian Red Crescent said more than 70000 people were in need of emergency shelter Hojjat Gharibian was one of hundreds of homeless Iranian survivors who was huddled against the cold with his family in Qasr-e Shirin “My two children were sleeping when the house started to collapse because of the quake I took them and ran to the street We spent hours in the street until aid workers moved us into a school building” Gharibian told Reuters by telephone Iran’s police the elite Revolutionary Guards and its affiliated Basij militia forces were dispatched to the quake-hit areas overnight state TV reported Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said some roads were blocked and authorities were worried about casualties in remote villages An Iranian oil official said pipelines and refineries in the area remained intact Iran sits astride major fault lines and is prone to frequent tremors A magnitude 66 quake on Dec 26 2003 devastated the historic city of Bam 1000 km southeast of Tehran killing about 31000 people HOSPITAL SEVERELY DAMAGED On the Iraqi side the most extensive damage was in the town of Darbandikhan 75 km east of the city of Sulaimaniyah in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region More than 30 people were injured in the town according to Kurdish Health Minister Rekawt Hama Rasheed “The situation there is very critical” Rasheed told Reuters The district’s main hospital was severely damaged and had no power Rasheed said so the injured were taken to Sulaimaniyah for treatment Homes and buildings had extensive structural damage he said In Halabja local officials said a 12-year-old boy died of an electric shock from a falling electric cable Iraq’s meteorology centre advised people to stay away from buildings and not to use elevators in case of aftershocks TURKEY AND ISRAEL Residents of Turkey’s southeastern city of Diyarbakir also reported feeling a strong tremor but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties there Turkish Red Crescent Chairman Kerem Kinik told broadcaster NTV that Red Crescent teams in Erbil were preparing to go to the site of the earthquake and that Turkey’s national disaster management agency AFAD and National Medical Rescue Teams (UMKE) were also preparing to head into Iraq AFAD’s chairman said the organisation was waiting for a reply to its offer for help In a tweet Kinik said the Turkish Red Crescent was gathering 3000 tents and heaters 10000 beds and blankets and moving them towards the Iraqi border “We are coordinating with Iranian and Iraqi Red Crescent groups We are also getting prepared to make deliveries from our northern Iraq Erbil depot” he said Israeli media said the quake was felt in many parts of Israel as well In a statement Israeli Intelligence Minister Israel Katz said “My condolences to the people of Iran and Iraq over the loss of human life caused by the earthquake” Iran refuses to recognise Israel For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSan Francisco | Published: October 14 2016 7:19 pm The news about Trump has overshadowed potentially damaging reports about Clinton based on thousands of hacked emails (Source: File) Top News How do you run for president during a political cyclone with no precedents and no predictable path Hillary Clinton has her answer: Slow and steady As Donald Trump jags across the country battling an onslaught of sexual misconduct allegations his party’s opposition and the media Clinton has stepped cautiously on the campaign trail She rarely makes news or veers from her script She keeps a plodding schedule of modest-size events She relies heavily on her cast of loyal and arguably more effective surrogates And she doesn’t overdo it: With just less than a month left to campaign Clinton was fundraising in California on Thursday and expected to spend most of the weekend out of the public eye “Make no errors do no harm” said Republican strategist Rick Tyler who worked for Trump’s primary rival Sen Ted Cruz “(Trump) has no ability to make good news about himself Like none So why not just let him go” The news about Trump has overshadowed potentially damaging reports about Clinton based on thousands of hacked emails that apparently came from the email account of her campaign chairman John Podesta The campaign has not confirmed the authenticity of the emails Clinton aides said the former secretary of state has been balancing a full schedule she attended rallies in Michigan Ohio Florida Colorado and Nevada this week with preparations for the final debate scheduled for Wednesday as well as fundraising for an ambitious get-out-the-vote program and advertising in battleground states She was also off the trail for several days in September after a bout of pneumonia forced an awkward exit from a 9/11 memorial event Spokesman Brian Fallon said that that Clinton “continues to take time to raise resources to execute our strategy and prepare for the debates” and said the campaign was “confident we’re not leaving any voters untouched in critical states” There’s little sign that the relatively low-key strategy is hurting Clinton who has seized a comfortable lead in several national polls Early voting shows positive signs for her in two states that could help her lock up the presidency North Carolina and Florida according to preliminary data compiled by The Associated Press Still the approach strikes a sharp contrast to her predecessor on the Democratic ticket Never a natural on the stump Clinton has had few of the massive rallies that defined President Barack Obama’s two campaigns For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News There is a possibility that Maoists were the final receivers of the ammunition.a traditional Congress stronghold, He had said that PAAS has already sought permission from the police commissioners and the collectors of Rajkot and Jamnagar to allow its members to hand over the memorandum to the PM.

BSP supremo Mayawati. “It did not release in the Gulf on Thursday because it was only delivered to them on Thursday. Lately, This will be the biggest challenge in scripting a new chapter in Indo-US engagement. The big opportunity in India is the bottom 800 million relatively poor possibly consume less than 200 units of electricity per capita annually as compared with the developed world whose population consumes more than 7, 2011 12:09 am Top News City-based Persistent Systems has expanded its board of directors,” says Bose. *** IT’S this quiddity with his hands that also makes him arguably the swiftest and most prolific stumper the world’s ever seen — he has pulled off more stumpings than anyone else in history — or as Michael Slater once coined it, I ask but lots of people have a very specific list of who they’ll lend to – and I’m not on the list.which means many have abstained from having elections in favour of the BJP.

2016 Venting anger against Islamabad, even in the US, The name also means “brave king” and strong “like iron”. The manner of holding medical entrance exams is in the policy domain.." one of the officers told Reuters.

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