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For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Beirut | Published: August 28 2017 4:51 pm Syrian refugee children sit on the ground as they listen to their teacher inside a tent that has been turned into a makeshift school at a Syrian refugee camp in Qab Elias a village in the Bekaa Valley Lebanon (AP/File) Top News Abu Yazan has rarely stepped out of his apartment in northern Lebanon since he was beaten up on the street in June The 32-year-old father from Syria was leaving a pharmacy around midnight when two strangers came up to him asking for a light Then they asked if he was Syrian “They both got off the motorcycle and beat me” said Abu Yazan who lives near the port city of Tripoli “The second guy took off his belt and hit me with it on my back my head I couldn’t do anything” His wife cried for help but onlookers did nothing For six years tensions have simmered as 15 million Syrians poured into Lebanon equal to around a quarter of its population Refugees have faced waves of hostility since the conflict in neighbouring Syria took hold But the debate over their presence has taken a harder edge in recent months fuelled by political leaders who say Lebanon has lost patience with the social and financial burden of the refugee crisis As they press demands for refugees to return to Syria Lebanese politicians have warned of rising public anger Like Abu Yazan other refugees say they have hidden in their homes or camps for fear of assault arrest or humiliation In recent months most of Lebanon’s main parties have united in pushing for repatriation a difficult demand as war has ravaged much of Syria Rights groups have warned against forced return and refugees often say they fear conscription into the Syrian army Calls for refugees to return come as the Syrian government shores up its rule over the main urban centres and ceasefire deals have eased fighting with rebels in parts of western Syria POLARISING CLIMATE The United Nations refugee agency has not seen a growing trend of reported attacks against Syrians but has voiced concern about mounting tensions Reports of attacks remain isolated incidents spokeswoman Lisa Abou Khaled said but refugees do “feel more anxious” and afraid Tensions escalated in June after Lebanon’s army arrested hundreds of Syrians in a raid on refugee camps near the border during which suicide bombers attacked soldiers When four detainees later died in custody the military said it was from chronic illness Activists and refugees challenged this account some blaming the deaths on torture In this climate a video circulated widely on social media of three Lebanese men beating up a refugee on the street Authorities detained the attackers Syrians in Lebanon say they have faced widespread harassment Some of those Reuters interviewed said they felt it deteriorate in recent weeks but others described it as just part of their daily existence as refugees “I don’t dare walk down the street” said one refugee living amid makeshift tents in the Akkar region who declined to be named because of security fears “I get swear words” Abu Yazan who came to Lebanon five years ago said many people had since extended sympathy to his family but hostility from strangers and the recent assault scarred him The attackers threatened to shoot him if they saw him again “We hear a lot of talk ‘You Syrians have robbed us Go back to your country’” he said “When we came to Lebanon it wasn’t by choice We were fleeing a war We considered them our people our brothers” Many Lebanese worry refugees threaten the country’s security and burden its sluggish economy which has been hard-hit by Syria’s war Others say refugees take jobs or strain Lebanon’s already dysfunctional public services The Lebanese government has long avoided setting up official refugee camps So many Syrians live in tented settlements languishing in poverty and facing restrictions on legal residence or work During a mass last month the head of Lebanon’s Maronite Christian church Patriarch Beshara al-Rai urged politicians to work on returning Syrians to their own country The patriarch accused refugees of “snatching (the Lebanese people’s) daily bread from their mouths throwing them into a state of poverty and deprivation” WEARY OF REFUGEES Nasser Yassin a researcher of refugee policy at the American University of Beirut said Lebanese communities were growing weary of hosting large numbers of refugees While resentment existed before “things have changed drastically in the last couple of weeks … mostly fuelled by politicians and other leaders” he said Yassin warned against politicians fanning the flames by inflating the actual burden of the refugee crisis “Imagine that things go out of control that’s a recipe for civil war” he said It is an ominous warning in a country whose own 15-year war involved Palestinian refugees Politicians fret that any long-term presence of mainly Sunni Syrian refugees could destabilise Lebanon by shifting its delicate sectarian balance Syria’s conflict has inflamed political rivalries and sectarian divisions that have far from healed since Lebanon’s 1975-1990 war The United Nations security forces and local officials have all mobilised to ease tensions said Ziad El Sayegh senior national policy adviser for Lebanon’s ministry of displaced Rights groups and activists have criticised Lebanon for ignoring the crisis in its early years with no national policy to handle the influx of people The ministry was now developing a policy to coordinate the work of state agencies he said “The socio-economic strains have crossed the limit” Sayegh added “All of Lebanon wants returns There is no dispute over that” Syrians should go back with the help of the United Nations under the right safety guarantees he said – an issue that has deeply divided Lebanon’s political blocs Shi’ite Hezbollah and its allies who side with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have pressed the Lebanese state to work with Damascus which their critics strongly oppose Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri allied to Sunni Saudi Arabia and others insist the United Nations must oversee any repatriation Iranian-backed Hezbollah has played a major role in driving Sunni militants from the border and has sent thousands of its fighters into Syria to support Assad’s government Under evacuation deals that Hezbollah has brokered thousands of refugees have left Lebanon’s northeast border region for Syria since July Rights groups fear refugees went back because they felt under pressure in Lebanon The United Nations says it is still early for safe returns It took no part in those local deals and raised concerns they did not meet “legal standards and humanitarian principles” Still the thousands who have gone back represent a drop in the ocean compared to the scale of Lebanon’s refugee crisis For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 31 2010 3:23 am Top News Manifestos enumerate Even while their manifestos enumerate the common issuesthe parties have made all possible efforts to woo students with something exclusive PUSU and INSO Combined * Central placement cell * Against fee hike * More hostels for boys and girls * Improve library system and implementing e-library * Proper classroom and teaching * Upgrading of placement scenario for self-financing courses * Auditorium for BMS and other courses * More days for cultural activities * special bus facility and security for girls in hostel SOPU * Focus on problems faced by PhD students * Transparency in examination system * Digital library * Online submission of assignments * Central funding * Increase in scholarship money for meritorious students * Proper alumni cell to facilitate placements in the dept * Choice-based credit system in sciences * Boys and girls hostel upgrade * Sports ground upgrade * Smart classroom in all PU departments * Discount on educational loans for PU students * Standardise system for entrance exams * All campus (north & south ) to be enabled with wi-fi facility * Stationary shop in all hostels * Every block to have grievance cell ABVP * Proper faculty as per UGC guidelines * Enhance communication and accessibility * Improve student safety through self-defence classes * Fees to be deposited in departments rather than main SBI counter * Transparency in administration * AICTE approval for the mechanical and electrical branch in UIET department * To Improve infrastructure of all professional course departments * Provide more support for sports and social activities through training and networking sessions * Promote student entrepreneurship and innovation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: July 8 2011 2:28 am Related News The Municipal Corporation is likely to reconsider the allotment of cars to some of its officials after the recent controversy over the misuse of official cars by former municipal commissioner Roshan Sunkaria Sources said five officialswho have been allotted carsare not entitled for it They include law officeralong with officials in the audit and accounts departments The cars will likely be transferred to the general pool The use of official cars came under scrutiny after Sunkaria did not handover his official car even after he was repatriated Around Rs 34000 was spent on the car There are some officials who are not entitled to have an official car There is a need to review the status of the allotment of these cars?the Punjab and Haryana High Court has quashed a criminal complaint seeking action against them for alleged gross negligence resulting in the death of a woman. she immediately put it on in solidarity. the chairperson does not have the authority to take such decisions and that such powers rested only with the Information and Broadcasting Ministry. It was also unanimously decided that Kumar will be CBFC’s official spokesperson. But, When it comes to Vaani? Javed? We are heartbroken, said elder brother Mohammed Shafi Yesterday I was called to a corner in the colony over the phone by a stranger claiming he has information on my brother On the spotI found a cop who handed me a list of names and said these were the people my brother had been in touch in the last few days NowI just heard that three of the boys the younger brother of his employera colleague and another boy from the neighbourhood? One held the cashier at gunpoint.

was on his way to HDFC bank in Sector 10A to deposit the cash.particularly the marketing and organisational skills of the political parties.IIM-C student Harsh Vardhan Chhaparia had followed BJP leader L K Advani on his campaign trail. The alleged rapists contacted her mother several times and demanded Rs 2, IMPRESSIVE COMEBACK Anderlecht’s Stefano Okaka bagged their winner against Tottenham in the 75th minute when he fired home from close range to complete an impressive comeback and secure the Belgian team’s first win in Group J.Britain,drug trafficking. Accompanied by another Trinamool minister ?whenever it came to international standard exhibition centers, ?

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Syria (Edlib Media Center,The control room will work round the clock and every single minute would be recorded, an officer said C4i FACTOIDSThe control room is equipped with: *Over 100 TV screens *Three large-sized LCD screens *Connectivity to PCR vansmarket areaspolice stations across the city *Hotlines to civic agenciesATS teamsinternational security agencies It has been set up: *In collaboration with HCL and MTNL *At a cost of Rs 10 crore *Over an expanse of 3500 sq feet at the Delhi Police Headquarters For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Colombo | Published: September 9 2017 2:47 pm Leader of the pro-government Eelam Democratic People’s Party (EPDP) Douglas Devananda called for setting up of a war memorial to remember the Tamils who were killed in the conflict (Source: Reuters photo) Related News A senior Sri Lankan parliamentarian has proposed setting up of a common memorial in the country to commemorate thousands of Tamils killed during the three-decade-long brutal civil war against the LTTE Tamil minority groups in Sri Lanka observe May 18 as the day of commemoration every year it is the same day when the 30-year-old conflict ended in 2009 with the death of the LTTE leader Velupillai Prabakaran Leader of the pro-government Eelam Democratic People’s Party (EPDP) Douglas Devananda called for setting up of a war memorial to remember the Tamils who were killed in the conflict He said the Sri Lankan government is not against setting up of the memorial “It is absolutely vital that we commemorate each and every person who died in the war This should not be limited to one race or community Sinhalese Tamils Muslim and Burghers were all affected by the war” Ruwan Wijewardene Sri Lanka’s State Minister for Defence said responding to a private members’ motion by Devananda Devananda said since a majority of the victims came from north and eastern districts the defence ministry felt that the monument could be constructed at the north central capital of Anuradhapura The third Friday of May could be kept as the day of commemoration The Sinhala majority groups resist such commemorations Reacting to the government’s willingness to set up a war memorial Joint Opposition spokesman Ranjith Soysa said that the move would be harmful to reconciliation and peace among communities “This would only divide the communities” Soysa said According to the government estimates around 20000 people are still missing due to various conflicts including the 30-year-long separatist war with Lankan Tamils in the north and east which claimed the lives of at least 100000 people For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 25 2010 1:25 am Related News Officials of the UT Administration gave a presentation to Administrator Shivraj Patil on Thursday about the governments stand on the irregularities in allotment of mega projectsthat had been highlighted by the special audit team of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Last yearthe MHA had ordered a special audit of the projects conceptualised and allotted during the tenure of former Administrator General S F Rodrigues (Retd) The audit report had accused senior officials of committing gross errors beside pointing out procedural lapses in allotment of projects as well as acquisition of land The Administrationhoweverhad defended its officials and termed the report as trash.571 cases in the corresponding period of 2013. As many as 4179 cases of molestation of women were reported in 2014 (up to Dec 15) The 300 cases in the first two months of this year could represent a year-on-year fall in rapes committed in Delhi in 2015 The Delhi Police termed the still high number as the result of more women coming forward to lodge complaints against sexual crimes “With the new law in place and the police more sensitised women have new self-confidence This is why we keep pressing for more women officers so that women complainants can record their complaints without any problem Easier registration of cases caused a spurt in reported crimes against women in 2013 The trend continued in 2014” Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi said “Now if we see those figures in continuation in 2015 we find that they are almost similar even lower I can say that it is a good thing that whenever there is a crime against women it doesn’t remain hidden” he added Out of the 300 cases two-thirds have been solved police claimed Analysis of the data available with police also reveals that nearly 96 per cent rapes were committed by those known to the victim or her family members Only in 4 per cent cases strangers were found involved Bassi said he wants self-defence to be part of school curriculum so that by the time a girl is 15 she can learn to fight back For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: April 12 2015 4:44 am Related News Alleging nexus between police and politicians family members of Swaraj Singh 31 whose body was recovered near Rajpura on Wednesday protested near Dugri flyover on Saturday The victim’s family alleged that accused Gurpreet Singh Kairon is not being arrested due to his political connection Demanding his arrest the victim’s family also staged a protest after the bhog ceremony Saturday It is suspected that Kairon hired contract killers after he came to know about the relationship between the victim and his cousin sister The victim was missing for a week and a missing person complaint was lodged with the Dugri police Gurmukh Singh a family member of the victim said that a murder case was registered after the recovery of the body but no arrest has been made yet Sensing the tension heavy police force was deployed near Dugri flyover and senior officers assured arrest of the accused SHO of Model Town and Dugri police stations also pacified the family Reportedly Kairon is a steel trader and a producer in Punjabi film industry and the nephew of a Congress leader Kairon’s family claims that the deceased committed suicide and they have nothing to do with the matter Inspector Manjit Singh from Dugri police station said that police is conducting raids to arrest Kairon who is absconding For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | London | Published: October 13 2014 2:32 pm Robert Redford will be awarded the Chaplin Award during a gala in New York (Source: Reuters) Related News Veteran actor Robert Redford is toreceive a lifetime achievement award from the Film Society ofLincoln Centre The 78-year-old actor-director will be awarded theChaplin Award during a gala in New York next April reportedBBC News The award named after its first recipient CharlieChaplin has previously been given to stars such as Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese? Cricket Australia said on Friday. For all the latest Entertainment News,com For all the latest Mumbai News, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Berlin | Published: October 18,Delhi government, which is a subsidiary of Rosneft.

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