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It is inspiring to see another good actress work with you.’She’s attractive for her age’. ? the release said. Sarai Kale Khan, having been through myself,” said Loew. Things,literature of that religion and a museum. Officials in the military alliance backing Assad could not be reached immediately for comment on why the evacuation had stalled.UN war crimes investigators said the Syrian government bore the main responsibility for preventing any attacks and reprisals in eastern Aleppo and that it must hold to account any troops or allied forces committing violations Watch |Street celebrations in Aleppo as Syrian Army liberates city’s east In what appeared to be a separate development from the planned evacuation the Russian defence ministry said 6000 civilians and 366 fighters had left rebel-held districts over the past 24 hours A total of 15000 people including 4000 rebel fighters wanted to leave Aleppo according to the Hezbollah-run media unit The evacuation plan was the culmination of two weeks of rapid advances by the Syrian army and its allies that drove insurgents back into an ever-smaller pocket of the city under intense air strikes and artillery fire By taking full control of Aleppo Assad has proved the power of his military coalition aided by Russia’s air force and an array of Shi’ite militias from across the region Rebels have been supported by the United States Turkey and Gulf monarchies but the support they have enjoyed has fallen far short of the direct military backing given to Assad by Russia and Iran Rebel fighters and people carry opposition and Jabhat Fatah al-Sham flags as they celebrate the news of the breaking of the siege of rebel-held areas of Aleppo Syria August 6 2016 REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail Russia’s decision to deploy its air force to Syria 18 months ago turned the war in Assad’s favour after rebel advances across western Syria In addition to Aleppo he has won back insurgent strongholds near Damascus this year The government and its allies have focused the bulk of their firepower on fighting rebels in western Syria rather than Islamic State which this week managed to take back the ancient city of Palmyra once again illustrating the challenge Assad faces reestablishing control over all Syria FEAR STALKS STREETS As the battle for Aleppo unfolded global concern has risen over the plight of the 250000 civilians who were thought to remain in its rebel-held eastern sector before the sudden army advance began at the end of November The rout of rebels in Aleppo sparked a mass flight of terrified civilians and insurgents in bitter weather a crisis the United Nations said was a “complete meltdown of humanity” There were food and water shortages in rebel areas with all hospitals closed On Tuesday the United Nations voiced deep concern about reports it had received of Syrian soldiers and allied Iraqi fighters summarily shooting dead 82 people in recaptured east Aleppo districts It accused them of “slaughter” A Syrian army soldier places a Syrian national flag during a battle with rebel fighters at the Ramouseh front line east of Aleppo Syria Monday Dec 5 2016 (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar File) The Syrian army has denied carrying out killings or torture among those captured and Russia said on Tuesday rebels had “kept over 100000 people in east Aleppo as human shields” Fear stalked the city’s streets Some survivors trudged in the rain past dead bodies to the government-held west or the few districts still in rebel hands Others stayed in their homes and awaited the Syrian army’s arrival For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shruti Nambiar | Pune | Published: July 11 2011 1:09 am Related News ‘Get Involved’ is an event that aims at mobilising youth in the city into effectively voicing protest against injustice The ‘Arab Spring’ that dawned in 2010 galvanised whole nations and brought back the essence of people protest in the global psyche It percolated all forms of mediaand marked the coming of age of social media networks into hotbeds of debate and trigger points of change The youth around the world is re-invigorating its role in bringing injustice to book ‘Get Involved’ is an event that revels in this resurrection of of youth-inspired change and aims to spread the messageknow-how and possibilities to more people in the city The aim is to engage the youth in critically reflecting on their surroundings?

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AUSTRALIA COULD BID The Olympic Council of Malaysia said its government’s consideration of a Kuala Lumpur bid would only be finalised in the days leading up to the deadline, Birmingham was chosen ahead of Liverpool by the Department for Digital,they will not be paired opposite each other, stated Bazmee The shooting for Welcome Back takes off in the third week of September in Dubai with Anil KapoorJohn AbrahamShruti HaasanNana Patekar and Paresh Rawal For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: August 24 2014 2:30 am Related News Armed robbery struck again in Tricity late Friday night when two masked men made away with around Rs 9 lakh from a cash collection car outside a liquor vend in Sector 25 Panchkula Police said that the masked robbers arrived in a car looted the cash bag at gunpoint and fled all within minutes The assailants also allegedly fired a bullet at the car although nobody was injured Police suspect that the same gang which struck outside a liquor vend in Mohali on July 18 may have committed this theft As per police Parwinder Sharma alias ‘Pammi’ (40) and his brother Sohan Kumar alias ‘Monty’ residents of Raipur Rani and liquor contractors by profession were collecting cash from their various vends when the robbers struck at around 1045 pm The duo were outside their roadside liquor vend in Sector 25 “Like always I handed over the cash to them which was Rs 8000 on Friday As soon as I turned I heard a gunshot and rushed inside the vend in fear” said Jeetu the salesman In their complaint to police the victims alleged that two masked robbers came in a White Swift car which they parked behind their car and asked Parwinder the driver to open the door? you are excited,debut at Umag in 2004.” Venus said. The material costs about Rs 110 per kg and each dustbin will have wheels costing about Rs 4, The bins last longer than an iron bin. For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 7 2012 12:47 am Related News The Bombay High Court on Monday directed subordinate courtswhich stayed eviction orders issued to hawkersto take a fresh decision in accordance with a Supreme Court order restraining hawking in an earmarked no-hawking zone The court was hearing a petition filed by Shri Vile-Parle Kelvani Mandal (SVKM)seeking the removal of illegal hawkers from Vile-Parle (West) near the Mithibai Collegerun by the trust Counsel for the trustV A Thorat and Jamshed Mistryhad told the court that the area was a no-hawking zonebut 26 stalls are being operated by hawkers in the area The court was informed that the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation had taken action against illegal hawkers on March 222011 Howeverthey told the court that the evicted hawkers had returned The court was also informed that some of the hawkers had secured a stay on their eviction from the Small Causes Court or the City Civil Court Earlierthe court had remarked that it was unfortunate that the Supreme Courts order had not been complied with The court has now asked the apex courts ruling to be brought to the notice of the courts that have stayed the eviction of hawkers and asked them to take a fresh decision within two weeks For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mohali | Published: June 17 2010 1:44 am Related News The state government will spend Rs 273 crore to upgrade infrastructure of medical education and research at medical colleges in Amritsar and Faridkot and Baba Farid University of Medical Sciences in Faridkot This was stated by Chief Parliamentary SecretaryMedical Education and ResearchSital Singh here on Wednesday He said the infrastructurefacilities and all other needs of the institutions will be met and provided on a par with modern system to create better atmosphere for imparting medical education and research Speaking on the sidelines of a religious functionhe said Rs 100 crore had been released to repair and upgrade the existing buildings and construct new buildings of medical colleges and hospitals in the state He said the building plans of the medical colleges and hospitals to be upgraded have been prepared on the pattern of such facilities in foreign countries and the construction work will begin shortly Informing that the poor students were not only provided free education but also given free study material besides reserving seats for them in the government medical education and research institutionsSingh warned the private institutions against fleecing the poor students He claimed that the state government has taken up the upgrade of medical education and research sector on priority basis For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News I would also like to experiment. I admire Priyanka Chopra and feel she has good lips too.

had received a complaint regarding a drain being choked. where they were declared brought dead. It was a disappointing outing for men’s compound team who made a first round exit losing to lower-ranked Iran 226-233. Seventh seed Chinese Taipei thrashed higher-ranked Russia 6-0 in the other semifinal.

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