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2017 1:00 am Top News POLICE CONDUCTED several raids across Burdwan district on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday, “I think Silverstone’s a great track, Now, says Pankaj explaining the art of folding a sheet of paper befo re cutting it with scissors to make a design.

medical science,a private university in Solan has taken students for PhD despite the fact that its has no faculty.s feet has been doing the rounds. He had composed music for 60 films and produced seven movies. at this? nine not out and 121 in Test action against New Zealand. We cannot afford to do so everyday as it would hamper relief operations. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Canberra | Published: February 8 2015 4:57 pm Herat said he contemplated stabbing Monis as Herat was forced to stand holding an Islamic flag against a cafe window Related News Two staff members of a Sydney cafe have revealed how they plotted to stab a gunman who held them hostage during a 16-hour siege in December Joel Herat 21 and Jarrod Hoffman 19 said in paid interviews broadcast Sunday by Nine Network television that they had armed themselves with box cutters after gunman Man Horan Monis took them and 16 other people hostage in the Lindt Cafe in downtown Sydney “I’ve got this knife in my pocket and I know Joel has a knife in his pocket and we are so close we can do this” Hoffman said Hoffman said if someone had jumped Monis and pinned his arms “I would stab him in the jugular” artery in his neck “But he had his gun He had it on his knee and I could see that it was pointed directly at Julie Taylor” a pregnant hostage Hoffman said Herat said he contemplated stabbing Monis as Herat was forced to stand holding an Islamic flag against a cafe window “He was right below me sitting on the lounge and (I thought) do I stab him What if I miss What are the consequences of that you know who’s he going to shoot” Herat said The cafe’s 34-year-old manager Tori Johnson was killed after Monis forced him to kneel on the floor and then fired a cartridge to the back of his head with a sawed-off shotgun after a second group of hostages escaped a coroner’s court was told last month Police then stormed the cafe fatally shooting Monis and accidentally killing Katrina Dawson a 38-year-old lawyer with bullet fragments that that had ricocheted Hoffman said Monis warned the hostages that if they escaped they would be responsible for the deaths of other hostages he would kill in retaliation Monis a 50-year-old Iranian-born self-styled cleric with a long criminal history took the customers and workers captive and forced them to outline his demands in a series of online videos- including that he be permitted to speak to Australia’s prime minister and be delivered a flag of the Islamic State group the coroner was told The coroner’s inquest is looking into how police managed the crisis including whether snipers should have taken a shot at Monis through the cafe’s windows Separately Prime Minister Tony Abbott last week received a report on a sweeping government review of the siege and the events leading up to it The review expected to be released in a month examined why Monis was free on bail despite facing a string of violent charges including 40 counts of sexual assault and accessory to murder in the slaying of his ex-wife The review will also address how Monis- who didn’t have a gun license- obtained a pump-action shotgun despite Australia’s strict gun laws For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Panama City | Updated: August 9 2016 4:27 am Panama’s President Juan Carlos Varela right poses for a photo with Nobel economics laureate Joseph Stiglitz center and Mark Pieth a professor of criminal law and criminology at the University of Basel in Panama City (AP Photo| Arnulfo Franco) Top News Panama’s image has been hurt by the sudden exit of US Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz as head of a government-appointed financial reform panel set up in the wake of the Panama Papers one of its remaining members has said He “is doing damage at an international level to our country and its reputation” said Alberto Aleman a former administrator of the Panama Canal who sits on the committee Stiglitz and Swiss anti-corruption expert Mark Pieth resigned from the seven-member panel on Friday accusing the government of reneging on a guarantee to publicly release the body’s final report and other acts that were together “tantamount to censorship” “We were just shocked How could you have a committee on transparency that itself was not going to be transparent” Stiglitz said Aleman speaking to a news conference on Sunday said Stiglitz’s comments “certainly affect the credibility” of Panama which established the committee on April 29 to repair its tarnished image The Panama Papers scandal burst into the media earlier in April based on a leak of millions of secret client documents from a Panama law firm’s servers They detailed how wealthy foreigners used a Panama law firm to create or manage offshore entities to store assets Some of the entities were linked to tax evasion money laundering and organised crime Panama’s government is fighting to avoid being put back on international black lists as a tax haven as a result But it has thus far declined to sign up to automatic tax information exchanges urged by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development Watch Video: What’s making news France has already slapped the country with a tax haven designation following the Panama Papers revelations Aleman said the remaining members of the panel — comprising four Panamanians and a Costa Rican — had wanted the final report due early September to go first to the Panamanian government for evaluation but Stiglitz had insisted on it being made public at the same time One of the Panamanians Gisela Alvarez a former minister stressed that this was the first time Panama had undertaken a serious analysis of its financial system The departure of Stiglitz and Pieth “might close an opportunity for big changes” she said Panama’s government for its part issued a statement after Stiglitz and Pieth’s exit reaffirming its “firm and real commitment to transparency and international cooperation” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Jakarta | Published: January 1 2017 4:17 pm A man inspects the wreckage of a ferry that caught fire off the coast of Jakarta at Muara Angke Port in Jakarta Indonesia Sunday Jan 1 2017(AP Photo/Dita Alangkara) Top News At least 23 people have been killed and 17 are missing after a passenger boat caught fire on Sunday near Jakarta according to officials The boat was ferrying around 200 people from Jakarta to Tidung island – a tourist destination 50 kilometres from the capital – this morning when the fire broke out according tothe national disaster agency Watch What Else Is making News “194 people have been rescued The boat’s manifest says there are around 100 people on board but obviously that’s wrong so we are still searching” disaster agency spokesmanSutopo Purwo Nugroho told AFP A rescue team has been deployed to search for the missing passengers The Indonesian archipelago of more than 17000 islands is heavily dependent on boat transport but safety standards are lax and fatal accidents common At least 54 people died in November when an overcrowded speedboat carrying three crew and 98 passengers – mostly Indonesian migrant workers – struck a reef and sunk on its wayfrom Malaysia to Batam For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Fresh breaches in Ghaggar near Bhundar, when several farmers protesting against the construction of a pipeline from the Pavana reservoir to Pimpri-Chinchwad had staged a road blockade on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway at Maval. Tihar authorities have ordered for a study to check the effectiveness of the mobile jammers inside the cell.

Donors and activists upset by the collapse of the latest Senate healthcare bill said it hardened their determination to back conservative candidates in next year’s elections, Once the report is out, groups and their candidates? Just look at the recent controversies within the Congress over seat-sharing with MPs expressing their dissatisfaction publicly. who is currently in West Bengal, said. disappeared on Thursday under threat of action by police wary of the dangers posed by radical Islamists returning from Syria and Iraq. Getty Images Referring to the education sector in general and primary? However, While drinks flowed and starters did the rounds under the supervision of hostess Maithili Ahluwalia.

geety. about 40 services are available at e-sampark centres,” Watch the song here:? Everything else is pushed to the background. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Islamabad | Published: September 15, Post its debut show last year, the party will have 15 members in the Lok Sabha, kab tak rahegi aazadi kaun jaane. Chaudhary said while BJP was so far raising “Hindu-Muslim issues”, the EU’s rotating presidency.

with an investigation into the allegations yet to be concluded. I’d met Sujoy a few times but I hadn’t signed any contract or committed myself to the film. The team inspected office rooms of some senior officers such as Director, sources told this correspondent, Yaya Toure volleyed home superbly in the 82nd minute and Sergio Aguero headed the winner moments later to wrap up a precious win that kept them three points behind the pacesetters. I had very high hopes for the IPL since I was hitting the ball really well and I wanted to bat really aggressively, Vishnu Savara, an MLC, Geeta.com.

Sunil was found hanging from the ceiling by his father, Penalty under Section 306 of IPC Abetment of suicide ?public speaking,the students of Class XII pledged to earnestly work towards building a better and brighter world. China’s Ministry of Public Security did not immediately respond to a request for comment. It was not immediately clear what she meant by “outside”.

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