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Cant file medical reports as Antigua doctor refused to treat me ChoksiCant file medical reports as Antigua doctor refused to treat me Choksi

first_imgMumbai: Diamantaire and PNB scam accused Mehul Choksi told the Bombay High Court on Monday that he cannot submit his medical reports to civic-run JJ hospital here, as directed earlier, because his doctor in Antigua has refused to treat him “due to some reason”.In a plea, Choksi had challenged the proceedings initiated against him by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) before a lower court to declare him a fugitive economic offender in the scam. In June this year, the high court directed Choksi to submit his latest medical reports along with a letter from his doctor to a team of doctors at the J J hospital after he claimed in another petition that he was unable to travel back to India due to his persistent ill health. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’The high court had said the J J hospital doctors would go through Choksi’s medical papers and submit their report on whether he was medically fit to return. When this petition came up for hearing on Monday before a division bench headed by Justice I A Mahanty, Choksi’s lawyer Vijay Aggarwal told the high court that they could not submit the medical reports. “The doctor who was treating Choksi has refused to treat him due to some reason which we are submitting in a sealed report,” Aggarwal said. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KAt this, ED’s advocate Hiten Venegaonkar requested the high court to dismiss Choksi’s plea. “The prosecution’s plea seeking for Choksi to be declared as a fugitive economic offender is getting delayed because of these petitions filed in the high court,” said Venegaonkar. After hearing brief arguments, the high court said Choksi’s main ground for not returning to India to face prosecution is that he is medically unfit to travel. “But when you (Choksi) are not giving documents to support this claim then you withdraw this petition,” said Justice Mahanty. Aggarwal agreed and withdrew the petition. The ED, which moved a special Prevention of Money Laundering Act court here to get Choksi declared a fugitive economic offender, has accused the diamantaire of fleeing the country to avoid arrest. Choksi and his nephew Nirav Modi, who is currently in a London jail, are wanted by the ED and the Central Bureau of Investigation for allegedly defrauding the Punjab National Bank (PNB) to the tune of Rs 13,400 crore. In June, Choksi claimed in a petition filed in the high court that he had left India for medical treatment and not to avoid prosecution in the case.last_img read more

Belgium Islamophobic Acts Rise by 94 between 20112014Belgium Islamophobic Acts Rise by 94 between 20112014

Rabat – The Collective Against Islamophobia in Belgium (CAIB), the leading watchdog fighting Islamophobia in the country, has released its first report highlighting a shocking increase in discriminatory acts against Muslims and their places of worship.Established last year, the Collective revealed that the number of Islamophobic acts increased by 94 percent in Belgium between 2011 and 2014.“In 2014, there was at least one Islamophobic act every two days in Belgium,” the report said. Acts regarded Islamophobic by the Collective Against Islamophobia in Belgium from 2011 to 2014Based on the official annual figures of the Interfederal Centre for Equal Opportunities in Belgium, CAIB highlighted that in the period between 2011 and 2013, there were at least two Islamophobic acts every week, one of which was clearly in breach of anti-discrimination Law.The report added that Islamophobic acts are increasing in Belgium after “several consecutive years without the government’s awareness of the seriousness of the phenomenon and its impact on social cohesion and public freedoms.”To fight effectively against racism and xenophobia, CAIB identified three priorities for this purpose:1) For the government to take concrete action by formally recognizing Islamophobia as a violation of fundamental rights and a threat to social cohesion; 2) to monitor permanently the Islamophobic acts reported regularly; and 3) to recognize Muslim women wearing headscarves in high schools and in the job market.Amid the growing propaganda of the organized groups against Islam, CAIB expressed its concerns, calling on the government to assure personal freedoms and the right to practice one’s religion.After the attacks that targeted France, discrimination against Muslims has become stronger than ever in Europe, and Muslim places of worships are being desecrated more frequently.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission read more

Political shifts sales slump cast shadow over gun industryPolitical shifts sales slump cast shadow over gun industry

Gunmakers and dealers are gathering this week for the industry’s largest annual conference as they grapple with slumping sales. At the same time, there’s been a shift in politics that many didn’t envision two years ago when gun-friendly Donald Trump and a GOP-controlled Congress took office.Some of the top priorities for the industry remain in limbo and prospects for expanding gun rights are nil for the foreseeable future.Instead, fueled by the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the federal government banned bump stocks and newly in-charge U.S. House Democrats introduced legislation that would require background checks for virtually every firearm sale, regardless of whether it’s from a gun dealer or a private sale.Lisa Marie Pane, The Associated Press

Citing excessive detention in Georgia UN experts urge reformCiting excessive detention in Georgia UN experts urge reform

“The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention urged the Government of Georgia to address problems such as the excessive use of detention in court cases, the use of harsh sentences as punishments, the diminished rights of persons charged with administrative offences and the non-existent use of bail,” the UN office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said in a press statement. “The independence of the judiciary was also questioned by the group of independent experts, particularly in relation to plea bargains, at the end of its 10-day mission to the country,” the agency said. El Hadji Malick Sow, Chair-Rapporteur of the group, cited reports of a 0.1 per cent acquittal rate in Georgia, and said “The extremely low rate of acquittal in Georgia means that a majority of defendants who go through regular procedures often find themselves in detention.” Prisoners voiced their lack of trust in the judicial system fearing that if they did not concede to a guilty plea, they would end up with an excessively harsh sentence, the agency said. “The lack of use of bail and the strict zero tolerance policy of the Government contributed to Georgia having one of the world’s largest prison population and alternative measures of detention must be used, particularly in cases where it is clearly justifiable to do so,” Mr. Sow said. However, the independent expert commended the Government for “the many positive reforms it has initiated in recent years and encouraged effective implementation to further protect against arbitrary deprivation of liberty,” OHCHR stated. The expert panel visited 11 prisons and other detention facilities in Tbilisi, Batumi and Kutaisi and interviewed in private 158 detainees.“The working group had hoped to have the opportunity to also visit the regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, but due to particular circumstances outside its control, this could not be possible,” OHCHR said.A report from the panel will be presented to the Human Rights Council in Geneva next year. 24 June 2011A group of independent United Nations human rights experts has urged Georgian authorities to tackle problems in the country’s judiciary, warning of harsh sentences, a lack of bail and what they called an excessive use of detention. read more

Boralex on track to double size seeking growth outside Canada FranceBoralex on track to double size seeking growth outside Canada France

Boralex on track to double size; seeking growth outside Canada, France AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Feb 20, 2013 12:45 pm MDT MONTREAL – Renewable energy producer Boralex says it is on track to double the size of its business by the end of 2016 and beyond that is looking at growth opportunities both within and outside its base in Canada and France.“Everything is now in place for a significant increase in EBITDA starting next year,” CEO Patrick Lemaire said in a conference call Wednesday to discuss fourth-quarter and 2012 results.“On a proportionate consolidation basis, we are today in the position to double the size of the company over the next few years, its EBITDA and cash flow without the need to raise any equity.”Boralex said net profit plummeted in the fourth quarter as revenue from energy sales slid 6.5 per cent due weaker hydrology in the United States and the transformation of its thermal power business.The Montreal-based company said Wednesday that net income attributable to shareholders fell to $1.2 million or three cents per share in the three months ended Dec. 31.That was down from $8.2 million or 8.2 cents per share in the comparable 2011 period when the company reported net earnings from discontinued operations of $4.6 million, equivalent to 12 cents per share, versus $696,000 or two cents per share in the latest period.Sales revenue dropped to $52.1 million from $56.5 million, while overall revenue came in at $54.5 million, down from $56.7 million.On an adjusted basis, the company reported profits of a penny per share, matching estimates, while beating revenue estimates of $52.2 million, according to a survey of analysts compiled by Thomson Reuters.A year ago, it earned 10 cents per share in adjusted profits on $56.7 million of revenues.For the full year, analysts forecast that Boralex would record an adjusted loss of 27 cents per share on $181.4 million of revenues, compared with a loss of seven cents per share on $194.7 million in 2011.In fact, Boralex posted a full-year adjusted loss of 25 cents per share on revenue of $183.3 million.“Our growth path remains very compelling and many projects are set to significantly start contributing to EBITDA late in 2013 and 2014,” Lemaire told analysts.He said work is expected to resume early this spring to erect towers in the Seigneurie de Beaupre wind farm, the largest wind power project ever undertaken by Boralex. It is slated to begin delivering power by year-end.Construction of the flagship 272-megawatt project is on time and budget. The Quebec government recently gave the green light to phase two of the Seigneurie expansion, allowing Boralex and its consortium partners to seek construction permits and obtain financing for the 68-megawatt extension.Longer-term, Lemaire said Boralex is eyeing opportunities for growth. It has visited South America a couple of times but doesn’t foresee great opportunities in the United States unless it can gain access to steady, long-term contracts.“France is still for us a good pipeline if we look at 2016 to 2020,” he said. “We’re looking elsewhere than Canada and France to secure a pipeline in the years after 2015.”Lemaire said 2012 was a transition year for the company as the weight of our thermal power stations was reduced in favour of assets covered by long-term contracts in the wind and hydroelectric power segments.Pierre Lacroix of Desjardins Capital Markets said the results were largely in line with expectations and that the company’s long-term growth remains on track.Wind segment earnings increased by $2.8 million due mainly to the St-Patrick wind farm in France acquired in June 2012. Earnings in all other segments declined slightly, driven by weaker hydrology in line with historical averages and lower thermal segment output due to the closure of Dolbeau and the halt of operations at Kingsey Falls in the quarter.Boralex said it continues to evaluate opportunities to add about 100 megawatts of power over the near term.“Ultimately, we continue to see Boralex as an attractively priced growth story driven by its near-term construction projects in Canada and France, and by its longer-term development prospects,” he wrote in a report.Boralex operates an asset base with an installed capacity of more than 500 megawatts in Canada, the northeastern U.S. and France. It owns a share of 356 MW of energy scheduled to come online through 2015 and is seeking opportunities to add 100 MW of wind power.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, Boralex shares were up 13 cents at $9.29 in Wednesday afternoon trading. read more

David Ortiz Receives Qualifying Offer from Red SoxDavid Ortiz Receives Qualifying Offer from Red Sox

David Ortiz received a qualifying offer from the Boston Red Sox on Friday for $13. 3 million before Friday’s the 5 p.m. ET deadline set by MLB.The team and Ortiz are negotiating a two-year deal that is “very close” to being completed according to sources, but the exact amount of the contract is still being negotiated.“David is someone who we feel strongly about bringing back, and we’re trying to figure out a way to do that and we hope that happens,” Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington said earlier this week.Ortiz will become a free agent by midnight Friday if they can’t come to an agreement, which will allow him to talk to other teams. The qualifying offer is less than the $14.48 million he earned in 2012, but has until Nov. 9 to accept the offer. The Red Sox strategically gave the designated hitter the qualifying to ensure if he signs with another team they can receive draft picks as compensation.One of the teams that has expressed interest in Ortiz is the Texas Rangers. They envision Ortiz as a left-handed hitter who could replace Josh Hamilton, who is a free agent and received a qualifying offer from the Rangers. The Rangers feel Ortiz could the clubhouse more of an edge.Ortiz will turn 37 on Nov. 18, missed the last 71 of 72 games due to a right Achilles strain he suffered on July 16. The eight-time All-Star finished the season with a 23 home runs, 60 RBIs, and a .318 batting average in 90 games.In 2003, Ortiz joined the Red Sox and was a central figure in helping the club win the 2004 and 2007 World Series.  One-year deals are noting new to Ortiz, who has been in one each of the past two seasons. The Red Sox exercised his $12.5 million option for 2011, and Ortiz accepted arbitration in 2012, settling on a $14.575 million salary.Ortiz has made his desire to stay in Boston public and is fond of team’s new manager, John Farrell.“Something will get done,” Ortiz told the Boston Globe about signing a new deal with the team. “I feel good about it.” read more

Three tidbits from Urban Meyers Monday Ohio State press conferenceThree tidbits from Urban Meyers Monday Ohio State press conference

OSU coach Urban Meyer speaks at a press conference on April 11. Credit: Ashley Nelson | Social Media EditorSpring camp is nearing its end for the Ohio State football team, as the Buckeyes have just three practices left on the schedule, including the annual spring game, which is set for Saturday at 1:30 p.m. OSU coach Urban Meyer spoke to the media on Monday after the team’s workout, and here are three of the most important things he addressed. Rule changes Meyer has never been one to mince words about rules he feels are unjust in college football, notably blasting the NCAA and College Football Playoff two seasons ago for not helping defray travel expenses for players’ families trying to attend the bowl games. His advocacy was instrumental in getting the NCAA to help fund a program. The three-time national champion coach was at it again Monday, chastising a pair of recent rule changes that he said are bad for student-athletes. The Division I Council ruled Friday to end limits on electronic communication and to forbid programs from hosting satellite camps. Satellite camps, which have increased in popularity in the last year, are when coaches appear as guests at schools in the South, or other areas laden with prospective recruits. OSU’s staff worked with Florida Atlantic at a camp in Florida in June. Meyer said his frustration with the decision on satellite camps will have a negative impact on lesser-known recruits and smaller programs. Because players have to pay for camps on their own dime, the rule change could stop a player from Mississippi, for instance, from traveling to Columbus for a camp put on by OSU. But if Meyer and his staff were guests at a camp in South, it would be easier for said player to attend. The same logic applies to smaller schools that work in conjunction in powerhouse programs. Since the rule mandates FBS schools host clinics and camps at their own facilities, Meyer said it hurts staffs at schools like Bowling Green in the Mid-American Conference, which before could have partnered with Meyer at an OSU camp. Now as a result, a lesser-valued recruit might not get the necessary exposure to have MAC schools offer scholarships. Meyer said he thinks “probably hundreds of scholarships have come out of (Columbus)” to those nonblue-chip recruits. “I hope they revisit it,” he said, adding, “Think about the student-athlete first.” The coach took an even harder stance on the lift of texting regulations, which, in theory, could mean coaches could constantly bombard recruits with text messages.“That’s the most ignorant thing I’ve ever heard,” Meyer said. “If they’re making a decision because coaches are upset about it, that’s not the point here … do you really want text messages from a hundred universities on your phone when you come out of school?” Committees making these decisions should be consulting the student-athletes before making some changes, Meyer said. “I think we learned our lesson on the (family travel expenses),” Meyer said. “Whoever has that checklist, No. 1: student-athlete.” Making a markMeyer offered high praise about four early enrollees from the 2016 recruiting class: wide receiver Austin Mack, running back Antonio Williams, offensive tackle Michael Jordan and defensive end Jonathan Cooper.“They’re much more than we ever thought they would be,” Meyer said. “Because you never know what you get. Sometimes high school coaches and people tell you, ‘They’re the greatest people in the world,’ then they get here and they’re not … But those kids are doing great.” The coach’s praise stems from the recruits’ efforts beyond just the practice field. Meyer said they are excelling in the classroom, with GPAs above 3.0. “They do everything right,” Meyer said.Still talking about quarterbacks? Redshirt junior J.T. Barrett is obviously the guy behind center this year for the Buckeyes, but there is still chatter about the other quarterbacks on the roster, namely about who will be Barrett’s backup. Meyer said redshirt freshman Joe Burrow, after improving his release “night and day,” is “close” to being game ready. Burrow is also becoming a “much better runner,” Meyer said. During the spring game on Saturday, Meyer said Burrow and redshirt sophomore Stephen Collier will play live a little bit, meaning contact, at least for some snaps, will not be off-limits. Barrett, on the other hand, will wear a black jersey, although how much he plays is still up in the air, Meyer said. read more

Germany increases USB flash drive tax by over 2000 percentGermany increases USB flash drive tax by over 2000 percent

first_imgBlank media tax was first introduced when the audio cassette became popular. It was arguedthat such media would have a negative impact on sales of commercial recordings, and so a secondary tax alongside sales tax was required to compensate the recording industry and those it represented. This tax has remained in place as other forms of blank media have become popular, including CDs and more recently flash storage.Many will rightly argue that the blank media tax is unfair. It is applied to all blank media regardless of intended use, so even media that would never be used for anything other than personal file storage e.g. memory cards for cameras, still carry the tax. There’s also a big question mark over whether blank media really does impact sales of commercial recordings.In Germany, consumers are in for a shock as the blank media tax paid on USB flash drives has just been increased by a staggering amount. In the past the tax added roughly 10 cents for any size USB drive. That has now increased to $1.93 for any USB flash drive up to 4GB in size. A storage device larger than that now carries a $2.42 storage media tax. The increases work out to a 1,850 percent and 2,338 percent increase respectively.No clear reason has been given for such massive increases, other than to point to “compensation for private copying” in the latest publication of the Federal Gazette. In other words, German music industry organizations GEMA and VG Bild-Kunst have pushed for the higher tax as a response to a German individual’s right to make a fair use backup copy on to such media.The increase seems ridiculous, especially considering there doesn’t seem to be any evidence offered as to how fair use copying has changed to the point where a 2000 percent tax rise is justified. All it has done is to make buying blank media significantly more expensive for everyone living in Germany.Read more at Heise Online (translated) and TechDirtlast_img read more

724 WWE RAW Ratings Drop in viewers for SummerSlam hype724 WWE RAW Ratings Drop in viewers for SummerSlam hype

first_img WWE Smackdown Ratings: Viewership stays over 2 million, WWE stays No. 1 on Tuesday Vince McMahon Sends Supportive Message To Roman Reigns Wrestleview Weekly: Predictions for tonight’s Clash of Champions event in Charlotte WWE Draft confirmed to be taking place as a two-night event starting on October 11 Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next WWE RAW Ratings are in for July 24, 2017.This week’s episode from Houston drew 3.07 million viewers on Monday night on the USA Network according to a report by is down from last week’s show that drew 3.15 million viewers. RAW came in at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 5 for the night on cable in the key 18-49 demographics.“Love and Hip Hop Atlanta 6” won the night on cable for Monday.Hourly breakdowns were as follows.Hourly breakdowns of the WWE RAW RatingsHour 1: 3.156 (up from 3.140 million viewers last week)Hour 2: 3.129 (down from 3.237 million viewers)Hour 3: 2.917 (down from 3.083 million viewers)RAW, headlined by Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose vs. The Miz, Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas, averaged a 1.01 rating for the night. This down from last week’s 1.07 rating.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipVince McMahon Sends Supportive Message To Roman ReignsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:39/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:36 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Google+ Videos Articles Triple H Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Nextcenter_img Why WWE’s The Miz Won’t Stop Talking About His Newborn Daughter Twitter The Miz Madison Square Garden Pays Tribute to Roman Reigns WhatsApp Facebook CM Punk & AJ Lee Join Horror Movie Now Playing Up Next Vince Mcmahon How To Win A Trip To Meet The Miz And Becky Lynch Pinterest Videos Articleslast_img read more

Motorcyclist in fatal accident identifiedMotorcyclist in fatal accident identified

first_imgA Vancouver man who died late Monday when his motorcycle veered off the road near the intersection of East Seventh and C streets was identified as 27-year-old Nickolas Meyer.An investigation found Meyer “failed to negotiate” a curve between East Sixth and Seventh streets. Traveling northbound, he slid off the east edge of the road and ran into a tree. He came to rest against a utility pole at the southeast corner of East Seventh Street and C Street intersection. The crash was reported at about 8:45 p.m.Meyer was wearing a helmet. Speed is believed to have been a factor in the fatal crash.last_img

Lottery strong but International and Italy segments prove challenging for IGT inLottery strong but International and Italy segments prove challenging for IGT in

first_img New Chief Executive vows to protect Macau’s gaming and tourism industry from harm In the International segment, revenue fell 1% at constant currency to US$172 million due to a 5% fall in gaming to US$81 million. Gaming sales were down 15% to US$30 million while product sales, including terminals, grew 4% to US$51 million.Lottery revenue was strong across the board, up 5% to US$74 million internationally and 3% to US$204 million in Italy, but Italy’s gaming revenue was down 13% to US$153 million.North America Lottery was stable at US$296 million while North America Gaming and Interactive fell 1% to US$140 million.“Our first quarter results confirm the consistent growth profile of our global lottery business and the progress we’ve made in sales of gaming machines, where global unit shipments increased 20%,” said IGT’s CEO, Marco Sala. “The results of our Italy operations are also noteworthy, with further growth in lottery and resilient machine gaming performance. As we look to the future, our focus remains on improving revenue and profits from gaming activities, innovating with new lottery games and technologies and pursuing emerging growth opportunities.” RelatedPosts Strong VIP growth sees Okada Manila GGR climb 72% in August Lack of premium mass strategy begs questions of SJM’s Grand Lisboa Palace launch: analysts Load More Declines in both its International and Italian business segments saw global gaming giant IGT’s financial results fall away in the three months to 31 March 2019, with revenue down 5% and operating income 10% compared with the prior year period.Consolidated revenue in 1Q19 was US$1.15 billion, representing a more steady 1% decline at constant currency, with net income of US$178 million and Adjusted EBITDA of US$417 million – down 4% in real terms but steady at constant currency.last_img read more

Visakhapatnam New VMRDA Commissioner asks staff to digitise oldVisakhapatnam New VMRDA Commissioner asks staff to digitise old

first_imgVisakhapatnam: P Koteswara Rao took charge as Commissioner of Visakhapatnam Metropolitan Region Development Authority (VMRDA) at his office on Wednesday. He called on VMRDA Chairman Dronamraju Srinviasa Rao, who expressed his good wishes and assured to work together for the development of Visakhapatnam in tune with the expectations of Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us Later, speaking with the staff, Koteswara Rao called his stint at VMRDA as a great fortune and offered all support to render his services. He instructed the staff that all the old files should be digitalised to protect and preserve the data for future use. After taking charge, he visited different floors of building and discussed with the officials. He stated that he wanted to involve technical experts to solve computer-related issues. Later, he visited the IT department and directed the staff to keep the website updated regularly with all the information on VMRDA available on the website.last_img read more

Kurdishled Syrian forces pound final IS redoubtKurdishled Syrian forces pound final IS redoubt

first_imgMap locating the last pocket of territory held by the Islamic State group in Syria. Photo:AFPKurdish-led forces pounded the last scrap of land held by the Islamic State group Monday, a scattering of tents and destroyed buildings in a remote eastern Syrian hamlet.The jihadists once ruled over millions in a swathe of Syria and Iraq, but they have since lost all that territory except for a riverside bastion near the Iraqi border.The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces paused their months-old offensive against the shrinking holdout multiple times for thousands of dust-covered women, children and men to flee, including suspected jihadists.But after that human flow slowed to a trickle, the Kurdish-led force late Sunday told remaining IS fighters time was up for any surrenders and they were moving in.By Monday morning, the SDF had seized several positions from holdout jihadists, an official with the US-backed forces said.”Daesh is fighting back with heavy weapons and attempted to carry out suicide bombing a couple of times,” he said, using an Arabic acronym for IS.The warplanes of a US-led coalition and mortar fire overnight pounded weapons caches, and tank fire targeted IS positions, he and a spokesman said.It was unclear how many people remained inside the pocket in the village of Baghouz on the banks of the Euphrates River, SDF spokesman Mustefa Bali said late Sunday.”We expect there to be from 1,000 to 1,500 terrorists inside Baghouz,” he said.The SDF launched the renewed assault on Sunday after no civilians were observed to remain in the riverside encampment.Riverside camp”During the advance, if our forces notice the presence of civilians our special units will do the necessary to bring them away from the clashes or even work to evacuate them from the battle” zone, he said.”The operation will continue until Baghouz is liberated and until the end of the terrorist military presence in that area,” he added.Since December, nearly 59,000 people have left the last IS redoubt, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, around a tenth of them suspected jihadist fighters.The last IS fighters are hunkering down in an area that includes a dismal camp of pickup trucks and cloth-covered trenches by the reedy banks of the Euphrates.On the frontline Saturday, AFP journalists saw figures wearing the long black clothes of women stroll inside, and bearded men zip down dirt tracks on motorbikes.The SDF pushed into the IS encampment some 10 days ago, discovering spent ammunition, pots and pans lying between hastily-dug trenches and berms.At the height of its brutal rule, IS controlled a stretch of land in Syria and Iraq the size of the United Kingdom.The jihadists had their own courts, currency and school curriculum, and meted out bloody punishment to anyone who disobeyed their rule.The total capture of the Baghouz camp by the SDF would be a symbolic blow to IS, and mark the end of the cross-border “caliphate” it proclaimed in 2014.Humanitarian crisisBut beyond Baghouz, IS retains a presence in Syria’s vast Badia desert and sleeper cells in the northeast.They have continued to claim deadly attacks in SDF-held territory in recent months, and the US military has warned of the need to maintain a “vigilant offensive”.The United States is expected to keep 200 “peace-keeping” troops in Syria after the end of the offensive, despite President Donald Trump’s shock announcement in December that all 2,000 American soldiers would leave.The exodus out of Baghouz in recent months has sparked a humanitarian crisis, leaving aid organisations struggling to cope.Those fleeing Baghouz have emerged exhausted and hungry after a prolonged siege, with many children suffering from malnutrition.After fleeing the pocket, SDF members screen the crowds to weed out suspected jihadists and detain them.Vetted civilians, including foreign women and children related to IS, are trucked to Kurdish-run camps for the displaced in the northeast of the country.More than 100 people — mostly young children — have died on the way to the camp of Al-Hol or shortly after arriving, according to the International Rescue Committee aid group.Syria’s Kurds hold hundreds of foreigners accused of fighting for IS as well as members of their families.But their home countries have mostly been reluctant to take them back, with Britain stripping several women who have joined IS of their nationalities.Morocco said it had repatriated eight of its nationals from Syria on Sunday, who will be investigated for “suspected involvement in acts linked to terrorism”.last_img read more

TMC begins dharna over IT notices to Durga Puja committeesTMC begins dharna over IT notices to Durga Puja committees

first_imgKolkata: The Trinamool Congress on Tuesday began its eight-hour long dharna in central Kolkata in protest against the central government’s decision to serve income tax notices to Durga Puja committees. Criticising the Centre for issuing the notices to several Durga Puja committees here, West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee had on Sunday announced that ‘Banga Janani Brigade’ – the women’s wing of the party – would sit on a dharna at Subodh Mullick Square on Tuesday. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata Noting that festivals should be exempt from levies, she had urged organisers, participants and all people “who love Bangla” to join the protest. The BJP had on Monday criticised the TMC’s decision to stage the demonstration, accusing a section of ruling TMC leaders of laundering money allegedly looted in chit fund scams through the puja committees. The TMC had termed the allegations as “baseless”.last_img read more

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