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he was again transferred to Jamnagar. adding that the play is in three languages — English, Now, "I was concentrating on the goal, “We are not going to be predictable or have a set pattern anymore in terms of what we are going to do in ODI or T20 cricket. California.Opener Natraj Behera (61),the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee president Avtar Singh Makkar said that former chief minister has turned into a political madcap. the SGPC chief said.fortunately no cases of polio have been reported or registered in Gujarat, he said on the occasion of the polio immunisation campaign day About 86 lakh children are to be vaccinated as part of the governments campaign to prevent the incurable diseaseModi said In Gujaratabout 86 million children will be administered anti-polio drops during the campaign held at centres across the state Nearly 15 lakh employees and workers are engaged in this campaign For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Yangon | Published: August 26 2017 9:44 am Picture for representational purpose Related News An attack by ethnic Rohingya militants in western Myanmar left 12 security personnel and 77 Rohingya Muslims dead in a dramatic escalation of communal violence that has plagued the region as the US urged authorities to avoid a response that would inflame the tensions The office of the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi said on Friday that military and border police responded to the attacks by launching “clearance operations” Police fought off groups of as many as 100 Rohingya attackers armed with guns machetes and homemade grenades The captured weapons were shown in photos posted online by the government A witness in Maungdaw township in Rakhine state contacted by phone said soldiers entered her village at about 10 am on Friday burned homes and property and shot dead at least 10 people The witness who asked to be identified by her nickname Emmar because of fear of retribution said villagers fled in many directions but mostly to a nearby mountain range She said gunshots and explosions could be heard and smoke could still be seen Friday evening A militant group the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army or ARSA took responsibility for the Thursday night attacks on more than 25 locations saying they were in defense of Rohingya communities that had been brutalized by government forces It issued its statement on Twitter on an account deemed legitimate by advocates of Rohingya rights Suu Kyi called the attacks “a calculated attempt to undermine the efforts of those seeking to build peace and harmony in Rakhine state” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in Washington that as security forces act to prevent further violence and bring the perpetrators to justice they should respect the rule of law and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms She said the attacks underscored the importance of the government implementing recommendations of a commission chaired by former UN chief Kofi Annan which published its final report on Thursday recommending that the government act quickly to improve economic development and social justice in Rakhine state to resolve violence between Buddhists and the Rohingya Suu Kyi’s office said on its Facebook page that the attacks were intended to coincide with the release of Annan’s report The clashes were deadlier than an attack by the militants on three border posts last October that killed nine policemen and set off months of brutal counterinsurgency operations by Myanmar security forces against Rohingya communities in Rakhine state Human rights groups accused the army of carrying out massive human rights abuses including killing rape and burning down more than 1000 homes and other buildings The army’s abuses fueled further resentment toward the government among the Muslim Rohingya most of whom are considered by Myanmar’s Buddhist majority to be illegal immigrants from neighboring Bangladesh and are denied citizenship and its rights ARSA took advantage of the resentment by stepping up recruitment of members The Rohingya have long faced severe discrimination and were the targets of violence in 2012 that killed hundreds and drove about 140000 people predominantly Rohingya from their homes to camps for the internally displaced where most remain According to the United Nations more than 80000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since last October’s clashes Annan also condemned the new attacks saying “no cause can justify such brutality and senseless killing” and urging the government to exercise restraint and “ensure that innocent civilians are not harmed” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Caracas | Published: August 13 2017 5:21 pm Trump declared that he would not rule out a “military option” in Venezuela (Source: AP Photo) Related News US President Donald Trump’s talk of possible military action in Venezuela could be a political life-line for the country’s unpopular leader who has long used the threat of US aggression to justify policies that have shredded the economy President Nicolas Maduro has continued the free-spending socialist “revolution” started by his predecessor the late Hugo Chavez almost 20 years ago Key to the populist rhetoric used by both is a constant drumbeat of warnings that the US “empire” is planning an invasion to steal Venezuela’s oil That threat was laughed off by the opposition and until Friday night when Trump said a military option was not out of the question for dealing with the Venezuelan government’s crackdown on the opposition and deepening social crisis “He’s doing Maduro a favor by reinforcing the nationalist position that the Gringos want to come and attack Venezuela This has always been part of Maduro’s rhetoric and Chavez before him And it has served them both well” said lawyer Luis Alberto Rodriguez while sitting at a cafe smoking a Cuban cigar in one of Caracas’ wealthier neighborhoods “It’s not going to have any impact other than the government using it to further unify its people and attack the opposition” the 44-year-old added Maduro loyalists who regularly insult opposition leaders as Washington’s lackeys wasted no time in pouncing “Mind your own business and solve your own problems Mr Trump” thundered Maduro’s son also named Nicolas at the country’s new constituent assembly which was elected last month to re-write the constitution The opposition fears the assembly will remove any checks that remain on the president’s powers and critics globally have condemned it as an affront to democracy “If Venezuela were attacked” the younger Maduro said “The rifles would arrive in New York Mr Trump We would take the White House” Marches against Maduro were held in Caracas on Saturday with few confrontations with state security forces and no deaths More than 120 have been killed in unrest since April as the economy collapses deeper into a recession compounded by triple-digit inflation as well as food and medicine shortages Opposition leaders who have counted on the US government to apply sustained moral and economic pressure on Maduro have so far been silent about Trump’s remarks and marchers seemed confounded by his military threat “I don’t know what to tell you” one woman marcher said declining to give her name “It’s very complicated” ‘NO GREATER GIFT’ The opposition which controls a congress that has been neutered by Maduro’s loyalist Supreme Court boycotted last month’s election of the new legislative superbody Opposition leaders called instead for an early presidential election which Maduro would likely lose as his popularity gets pummeled by the country’s economic woes “Maduro could not have asked for a greater gift from Trump He provided substance for Maduro’s heretofore implausible conspiracy theories” said David Smilde senior fellow at the Washington Office on Latin American a human rights think-tank Smilde said Trump’s threat of military force put the Venezuelan opposition “on its heels” after a group of Latin American governments joined last week in reprimanding Maduro for sponsoring the July 30 election of the constituent assembly “It has threatened to deflate the emerging regional consensus regarding Venezuela Today the countries that on Tuesday signed on to a strong statement criticizing Maduro’s authoritarian direction are spending their time criticizing Trump’s statements” Smilde said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News

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