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” says the friend. said 93-year-old Mugabe arrived at a military air base near Pretoria late on Thursday.The Herald made no mention of the controversy swirling around his 52-year-old wife Grace who has applied for diplomatic immunity to protect herself from possible assault charges according to South African police Debbie Engels the mother of the alleged victim Gabriella told Reuters her daughter had received 14 stitches on her head from Sunday’s assault – which the mother did not witness – and demanded Mugabe face justice She showed Reuters photographs taken in the hours after the incident showing gashes on Gabriella’s forehead and the back of her head Another picture taken on Wednesday showed a large livid bruise on her thigh “I just want justice for my daughter It’s not about money It’s about justice She attacked my child for no reason” she said Reuters has not been able to verify key aspects of the assault allegations independently There has been no official comment from Harare and requests for comment from Mugabe’s spokesman and from Information Minister Chris Mushowe have gone unanswered Reuters has also been unable to identify Grace Mugabe’s lawyers in South Africa Zimbabwe’s ambassador to Pretoria Isaac Moyo has also declined to name them or provide comment For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: August 31 2010 11:15 pm Related News The cash-strapped Punjab government has increased the collector rates of land once again in Augustthe second time this year The last time the rate was revised in February According to information gathered from official sourcesat a meeting held in the last week of JulyDeputy Chief Minister Sukhbit Singh Badal had instructed all the deputy commissioners to increase the collector rates of landcommonly known as the DC ratesin line with the increase in the market prices A communiqué was sent by the Revenue department to the deputy commissioners in the first week of August Accordinglythe revenue officials right from sub-divisional magistrates (SDMs)tehsildars and the naib-tehsildars were directed by the DCs to make proposals with thumb-rule being an average increase of 20-25 per cent and also that collector rates should be around 60-65 per cent of the prevailing market prices Consequentlywhile in most of the districtsincluding all the four district of Doaba namely JalandharKapurthalaNawanshahr and Hoshiarpurthe collector rates have already been implemented and in the districts which have not done soBadal has issued orders in meeting with DCs last Friday to implement the increased collector rates immediately but not later than September 1 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News use of Vesicular Arbuscular Mycorrhiza (VAM) and other bio-fertilisers for raising species that can sustain on rocky soil. After completion of works at 10 dumping siteswork will be started to stabilise eight other such sites with intermediate grids; plantation of various species would follow Already extensive protection measures at various dumping sites spread across ManikaranGarsa and Sainj Valley in Kullu district have been adopted All 18 designated dumping sites have been provided with massive toe protection works to prevent rolling of muck into the rivers and rivulets For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Cox’s Bazar | Updated: August 27 2017 7:19 pm In this image made from video a man lying on a bed with a bandaged hand is cared for in a hospital in Buthidaung township Myanmar Friday Aug 25 2017 Ethnic Rohingya militants armed with guns and machetes attacked Myanmar security forces at police and border outposts overnight in a troubled western state has left a number of people dead according to police (DVB via AP) Top News Myanmar’s government said it had evacuated at least 4000 non-Muslim villagers amid ongoing clashes in northwestern Rakhine state as thousands more Rohingya Muslims sought to flee across the border to Bangladesh on Sunday The death toll from the violence that erupted on Friday with coordinated attacks by Rohingya insurgents has climbed to 104 the vast majority militants plus 12 members of security forces and several civilians according to a Reuters tally based on official releases The government said it was investigating whether members of international aid groups had been involved in an alleged siege by the insurgents of a village in Rakhine The United Nations had pulled out non-essential staff from the area said a spokesman while Pope Francis expressed his solidarity with the Muslim minority in his weekly address in Rome Bracing for more violence thousands of Rohingya – mostly women and children – attempted to forge the Naf river separating Myanmar and Bangladesh and the land border Reuters reporters at the border heard gunfire from the Myanmar side which triggered a rush of Rohingya towards the no man’s land between the countries “Please save us” 61-year-old Amir Hossain told Reuters near the Bangladeshi village of Gumdhum “We want to stay here or else we’ll get killed” Around 2000 people have been able to cross into Bangladesh since Friday according to estimates by Rohingya refugees living in the makeshift camps in Bangladesh The violence marks a dramatic escalation of a conflict that has simmered in the region since last October when a similar but much smaller Rohingya attack prompted a brutal military operation dogged by allegations of serious human rights abuses The treatment of approximately 11 million Muslim Rohingya in mainly Buddhist Myanmar has emerged as the biggest challenge for national leader Aung San Suu Kyi Suu Kyi has condemned the raids in which insurgents wielding guns sticks and homemade bombs assaulted 30 police stations and an army base Win Myat Aye Myanmar’s minister for social welfare relief and resettlement told Reuters late on Saturday that 4000 “ethnic villagers” who had fled their villages had been evacuated referring to non-Muslim residents of the area Ongoing clashes The military known as the Tatmadaw reported several clashes involving hundreds of Rohingya insurgents across northern Rakhine state on Sunday “The Tatmadaw column going to Nanthataung Village for operation also confronted about 800 Bengali terrorists at 9 am today They are still fighting there” the army said in a statement The term “Bengali” is seen as derogatory by many Rohingya as it implies they are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh although many can trace family in Myanmar for generations The government said it was investigating whether international non-government organisation staff were involved when militants surrounded and blockaded a village in August A local reporter in the town of Buthidaung told Reuters he had seen nearly 100 staff of international aid agencies leave the town in speedboats following that statement The government also re-posted photographs of energy biscuits with the logo of the World Food Programme (WFP) on it which it said had been found at a “terrorist camp” in August The WFP said it took “any allegation of food diversions very seriously” adding it had requested details on the biscuits from the authorities but had not heard back “In light of the situation on the ground the UN in Myanmar has decided to temporarily relocate non-critical staff out of Maungdaw” the UN said referring to another major town in northern Rakhine without giving more detail In a statement that risked complicating his visit to Myanmar planned for later this year Pope Francis expressed his solidarity with the Rohingya “We all ask our Lord to come to their rescue and to prompt men of good will to come to their aid so they have full rights Let us also pray for our Rohingya brothers” he said No man’s land The Rohingya have for years endured apartheid-like conditions in northwestern Myanmar – they are denied citizenship and face severe restrictions on their movements Many Myanmar Buddhists regard them as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh The Myanmar government called on Rohingya civilians to cooperate with the security forces and said those not related to the insurgents would not be affected It has declared the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) which instigated the October attacks and claimed responsibility for the latest offensive a terrorist organisation in the wake of the attacks On Sunday it also indicated it may take action against media calling the group “insurgents” and not “terrorists” as per the government’s designation At the no man’s land near Gumdhum dozens of Rohingya women most wearing burqa sat cramped under a few black plastic sheets shielding them from the harsh sun A number of Rohingya men ran to the unoccupied area between the two countries after several gun shots rang out on the Myanmar side Bangladesh border guard officials said they were providing food and water to the Rohingya but that no one would be let in Rohingya have been fleeing Myanmar to Bangladesh since the early 1990s and there are now around 400000 in the country where they are a source of tension between the two nations who both regard them as the other country’s citizens For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Johannesburg | Published: August 17 2017 2:36 pm Veteran Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe (Source: Reuters) Related News Veteran Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe has arrived in South Africa state media said on Friday for a regional summit overshadowed by accusations his wife assaulted a 20-year-old model in a Johannesburg hotel room with an electric cable?the police arrested the trio from the court premises in afternoon.” he added. 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And when it is Arbaaz’s special day,happy 50 arbaaz???happinesssss always @arbaazkhanofficial” Well there was a huge cake and champagne too Malaika also shared another birthday wish post and wrote “Happy bdayyyyy arbaaz…happiness always??” Amrita Arora too wrote a birthday wish for Arbaaz “Happy birthday my darling brother @arbaazkhanofficial …have the best birthday everrrrr ??????” she posted But this was not it Malaika birthday boy Arbaaz Amrita Arora and her husband Shakil Ladak also went out for some quality time A few fan clubs shared their images and the Arora sisters were all smiles See Malaika Arora Khan and Arbaaz Khan latest photos from the birthday celebration: Meanwhile Malaika was in the news recently after she took on an Internet troll who accused her of divorcing her husband for a huge alimony It didn’t end there Another comment by the same person mentioned how she has been feeding herself off Arbaaz’s money and is doing nothing but wearing small clothes and enjoying vacations Flustered with the comment Malaika gave a befitting reply to the hater as she wrote “I do not indulge in such conversation because it’s below my dignity but I just had to because you certainly got to get your damn facts right before spewing shit and slagging me off when you know nothing about me except sit and pass judgement on other people’s life I seriously suggest you find something to do with your time because you clearly have nothing better to do in life” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Kalyan | Updated: June 23 2017 1:22 am The protesting villagers attacked policemen and set fire to their vehicles at the Nevali junction on Thursday Deepak Joshi Top News NEARLY 12 police personnel five of them women and 13 villagers sustained injuries after residents of seven villages in Kalyan attacked policemen and torched their vehicles bringing traffic to a standstill on the Kalyan-Haji Malang road Thursday morning Among the injured one villager who sustained a pellet injury to his head and an assistant police commissioner are recuperating in hospital The villagers were protesting after being told to vacate over 1600 acres of land belonging to the Navy For the last four months said a naval spokesperson the Navy had been building fencing walls around the area to prevent further encroachment of the land According to the police residents of seven villages in Kalyan had approached the local Hill Line police station Wednesday for permission to conduct a silent protest at Nevali against “their land bring taken over by the Navy” On Thursday morning a staff of around 40 policemen headed by an assistant commissioner of police had been present at the Nevali junction since 8 am in anticipation of the protest The fact that there was a police conference on Thursday meant that several policemen had to report to the Thane police head office leading to fewer men on the spot said an officer Additional Commissioner of Police Pratap Dighavkar said “Villagers mainly from Khoni Khol Nevali Bhal and Dawalpada all within a radius of 2 km gathered at five spots for the protests” “They were armed with stones and wooden batons and started attacking police vehicles The crowd comprised men women and children It all seemed planned as there was no immediate provocation” Dighavkar added The crowd was also carrying tyres that they burnt at several places to avoid police back-up vehicles from reaching the spot They also torched five police vehicles and damaged two others Dighavkar said “Initially the police resorted to lathicharge When things went out of hands four rounds were fired from pellet guns” “Eventually the Thane police with help from the Riot Control Police and paramilitary forces brought the situation under control around 11 am By 2 pm the roads were open to traffic and things were back to normal” The Thane police later registered six FIRs against unidentified persons on charges ranging from attempt to murder to obstructing a public servant from performing his duty An officer said the police were waiting for things to cool down after which arrests were likely to be made Navy PRO Commander Rahul Sinha said in a statement “Land in reference is owned by Ministry of Defence/ Indian Navy and the State Govt land records certify the same The 7/12 extracts are held with Defence Estate Officer Mumbai” The statement continued: “The land was acquired by the Ministry of DefenceThe Navy is constructing a peripheral boundary wall to protect and safeguard defence land from further encroachment The Maharashtra State Govt is fully aware of the subject case and is providing police protection and support from state/ district administration and revenue authorities” Nevali the epicentre of the attack is located around 50 km north of Mumbai It was requisitioned as an airport during World War II by the British Raj Bhoir a resident of Nevali said “Even though we have approached the Bombay High Court and the matter is sub judice the Navy is building a boundary wall The police however do not allow villagers to enter the field Where will people earn their livelihood from” Another villager said “We have been living here for generations Now they suddenly tell us this is not our land Where will we go then All our protests were falling on deaf ears hence something had to be done to attract attention” Later Thane Guardian minister Eknath Shinde reached the spot and requested them to be peaceful and assured them of addressing their concerns Senior inspector Mohan Waghmare who was injured in the attack said “Normally we have very friendly relations with the villagers Today morning however they clearly told me: ‘we are not going to listen to you today’ I knew they had already made up their mind to attack us” Another officer added: “It was clear the target was police” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Global demand for fresh water is set to outstrip supply as a result of population growth by the middle of this century if current levels of consumption continue a study said Fears of water shortages could intensify although this is not the first time in history that demand is poised to outpace supply Tony Parolari the study’s lead author said on Wednesday "Global water consumption per capita has been declining since 1980 which means efficiency is increasing" Parolari a researcher at Duke University told the Thomson Reuters Foundation "But if population growth trends continue water use will have to decline more substantially" The world’s population is expected to hit 96 billion by 2050 from more than 7 billion now according to UN estimates Whether humans can adapt to declining water supplies depends on what new technologies for finding water are developed and whether population growth levels off the study said The paper published in the journal WIREs Water analysed historical information on water consumption and demographics with the help of mathematical models to chart changes over time Shortages are already affecting millions in Sao Paulo Brazil where residents have been hoarding water in their apartments following a drought and the US state of California which is entering its fourth year of drought In past eras of water scarcity during the expansion of European cities such as London and Paris in the 19th and early 20th century technological solutions to the problem were developed – such as expanding pipeline networks to pump in water from further afield Current pressures could be solved or at least mitigated with new expertise including improved ways of removing salt from ocean water to produce fresh drinking water Parolari said (Reporting By Chris Arsenault; Editing by Katie Nguyen) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Friday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his remarks on ‘one rank one pension’ alleging that he was "appropriating credit" for the step taken by UPA Digvijaya Singh said Modi took credit for the ‘one rank one pension’ scheme which was actually a step taken by UPA PTI "Now Modi takes credit for One Rank One Pension for Defence Personnel Deserves full credit for appropriating Credit of what others have done Now Modi takes credit for One Rank One Pension for Defence Personnel Deserves full credit for appropriating Credit of what others have done — digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) October 24 2014 "Decision of One Rank One Pension for Defence Personnel was taken 2 years back by UPA Govt funds provided in the Budget and he takes Credit (sic)" Singh said on Twitter Decision of One Rank One Pension for Defence Personnel was taken 2 years back by UPA Govt funds provided in the Budget and he takes Credit — digvijaya singh (@digvijaya_28) October 24 2014 The Prime Minister who made a surprise visit to Siachen on Thursday to celebrate Diwali with soldiers had said that the issue of armed forces was an "emotional subject" for him ". How many decades have passed without ‘one rank one pension’ It was in my destiny that ‘one rank one pension’ has been fulfilled and preparations were being made for a National War Memorial that we could all be proud of" he had said PTI By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: February 20 2017 6:08 am About 25 teams from different colleges are performing street plays in parts of Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Express Top News WITH PUNE and Pimpri-Chinchwad going to polls this Tuesday students of the city are chipping in with their bit by spreading awareness on the importance of voting About 25 teams formed in different colleges with the help of Student Welfare Department of Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) are performing street plays in various parts of Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad to make sure that all those eligible should exercise their democratic right Watch what else is in the news “We started to work on this initiative with affiliated colleges and cultural groups several months ago Today there are about 25 teams across the city which come from various colleges that are performing street plays in public squares housing societies and market centres The teams are giving out the message of clean democracy and voting without fear or favour” said Prabhakar Desai head of the Student Welfare Department of SPPU He said the programme has been designed in such a way that the teams focus more on the areas that have traditionally registered lower voting percentage “It has been noticed over the years that people staying in high-class housing societies and posh localities often show indifference when it comes to voting It has also been observed that those staying in slums are often lured by candidates with cash and valuables So we are scripting street plays in these areas on different and pertinent themes that suit the audience” said Desai He added that the scripts of all the plays and poster slogans have been approved by teachers so nothing controversial or inappropriate is said by mistake This initiative by the SPPU is in conjunction with the drive called Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation (SVEEP) started by the Election Commission to increase the voting percentage in elections The EC had directed universities to appoint a Nodal Officer in every college to coordinate such activities Sarika Wagh an MA English student who is part of the group performing plays said “Colleges in the city have great theatre culture and it’s a good idea to exploit it to strengthen the democracy So far my group has given seven performances of street plays in Bhosari area We hope to do some more by today evening” ‘Defamatory’ texts on Siddharth Shirole A non-cognizable offence has been registered after alleged defamatory messages were circulated about BJP candidate from Panel 14 Siddharth Shirole Shirole is the son of BJP MP Anil Shirole As per the offence registered at Deccan Gymkhana police station Nilesh Jadhav a resident of Sinhagad Road sent these bulk messages alleging nepotism in giving the ticket The messages were sent between February 6 to 13 The offence has been registered under IPC Section 500 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 12 2017 9:43 pm Toilet Ek Prem Katha: Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar’s film reflected the importance of toilet in the household Related News Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar starrer Toilet: Ek Prem Katha trailer released on Sunday and the trailer seems to have impressed one of the most powerful men in India Prime Minister Narendra Modi The trailer of the film reflected the importance of toilet in the household and the story naturally synced with one of Modi’s pet projects Swachch Bharat Abhiyan “Good effort to further the message of cleanliness 125 crore Indians have to continue working together to create a Swachh Bharat” wrote Prime Minister Narendra Modi Retweeting the Prime Minister Akshay Kumar said “Thank you so much honourable Sir ? 2017 8:59 am Real Madrid’s Isco celebrates scoring their second goal.com/RK2QSOyeeF — Sports News! download Indian Express App ? he said,director of GATS Financial Reconstruction Limited. 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