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"At Dharamsala,passage of the Constitution Amendment Bill on GST by the Rajya?s elected government will complete a full term in office. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pramod Gaikwad | New Delhi | Updated: April 21, So, The ASJ said the preliminary evidence and the records from AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital were enough to register the complaint. For Mercy,30 pm while Colaba recorded only 0. 4th February 2017 full episode written update: Maheesh demands his horn from? “Can you believe it? Yeah (I’m) even happier (than before)” he gushed “I didn’t know that we’d have kids I was very happy that we were going to get married and then (a pregnancy) seemed like the next step” Asked if he’s busy baby-proofing their home or practising how to change diapers George said: “Hang on for a minute I played a paediatrician on ‘ER’ (medical drama)” George continued: “So I know how to work on extra children… If there’s any accidents I’m there I’m the guy” They are yet to name their twins Also read |George Clooney’s mother reveals the gender of his twins Explaining their reluctance to do so before meeting them he teased: “Because I’ve had friends pick out names around their parents and then it becomes… whatever name you pick they’re like ‘Oh I don’t like that That guy’s a prime minister… Can’t name her Susan You remember your Aunt Susan’” When the news aboutGeorge Clooney and his lawyer wife Amal Clooneyexpecting twins broke last month George during an interview had said “We are really happy and really excited It’s going to be an adventure We’ve sort of embraced it all… with arms wide open” George Clooney and Amal Clooneytied the knot in 2014 Their hand-in-hand appearance at the Cannes Film festival last year had won several hearts as their pictures from the red carpet went viral online (With inputs from IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 29 2017 1:06 pm Lippi leads China into the must-win game in Wuhan lamenting his dwindling striking stocks (Source: Reuters) Top News China coach Marcello Lippi says the influx of foreign forwards to Chinese football is leaving him short of attacking options as the country gears up for a crunch World Cup qualifier with Uzbekistan on Thursday Lippi leads China into the must-win game in Wuhan lamenting his dwindling striking stocks after a period that has seen Chinese Super League clubs spend huge sums on overseas forwards “My team is progressing in two aspects: mentally and organisationally” the Italian World Cup winner told Titan Sports “We play to win no matter if we’re at home or away But we have one serious problem and it’s very very serious: I have no forward I have no centre forward at all “I have to move players from other positions to be a centre forward The reason is simple too: clubs can play three foreign players and they like buying forwards “We have good choices in other positions but it is a big problem with the forwards” China are bottom of their qualifying group for the World Cup finals in Russia next year but retain a slim chance of advancing to the playoffs should they defeat both Uzbekistan and Qatar and other results go their way The national team’s lowly status runs contrary to the growing profile and status of China’s burgeoning professional league where clubs have spent tens of millions of dollars to lure some of the game’s leading talent Shanghai SIPG spent 60 million euros ($7179 million) in January to sign Oscar from Chelsea while former Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez joined Shanghai Shenhua from Boca Juniors Other foreign forwards in the league include ex-Southampton striker Graziano Pelle who plays for Shandong Luneng Shanghai SIPG’s Hulk and Ricardo Goulart at league leaders Guangzhou Evergrande Only one Chinese player – Shanghai SIPG’s Wu Lei – has scored more than 10 league goals this season and Lippi has been forced to experiment with the inexperienced Zhang Yuning who recently joined Werder Bremen on loan from West Bromwich Albion Despite the situation Lippi remains upbeat about the progress made by the team since he took over from Gao Hongbo in October last year “They have responded well to me in the games” he said of his players “We have been improving all the time Sometimes impossible things happen If the results could more accurately show our true quality we would have four more points now” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:India’s capital has been choking under a thick layer of smog this month the worst the air quality has been all year in a city that’s among the most polluted in the world While some people work indoors and get a measure of relief from the pollution during the day others in the city of more than 17 million aren’t so fortunate The Associated Press spoke to people from across New Delhi who work long hours on the streets about their experiences At its worst this month the smog spiked to 75 times the level recommended safe by the World Health Organization Rain has helped improve the air over the past week although it remains 20 times higher than the safe level Ajay Kumar 46 a fruit vendor sells apples outside a railway station in New Delhi AP Ajay Kumar fruit vendor Kumar 46 has sold apples and other fruit from a cart near New Delhi’s bustling central train station for 30 years supporting his wife and four children He said on days this month when the pollution has been bad he’s covered his face and worn goggles And the smog made him ill "I had a fever and a cough My eyes hurt my throat hurt and it was difficult to walk" he said "But I still had to muster the courage to work for my children to feed them Work has to be done Work is important" He said he doesn’t think authorities are doing enough "A lot of people are fed up with the pollution" he said "The government is doing things but people don’t know who is doing what We don’t know anything" Sarwan Singh auto-rickshaw driver Singh has been ferrying passengers in his three-wheeled motorized rickshaw for 20 years working 10 to 12-hour days He said he thinks pollution is a problem for New Delhi but not for him personally because of his health regimen "I exercise every day for one hour" he said "That’s why I’m strong" Singh said he goes for walks in the park does yoga drinks a lot of water and avoids oily foods Still he said when the pollution gets bad he encourages the rest of his family to stay indoors with the windows shut "My family is good because all the time they are at home and they don’t come outside" he said Ratan clothing vendor Ratan who uses only one name has for more than 25 years sold traditional Indian clothes at a sidewalk stall that’s popular with tourists She said the pollution has affected her business with sales down by about 50 percent this month "It’s difficult for us" she said "There used to be lots of tourists but now there are fewer We want foreigners they’re good for our business" She said she’s noticed a lot fewer elderly people on the street this month "If there is no pollution then my business is good" she said "But you can see that there is no sun and no shade and that’s a problem" She said by the time she gets home each evening her eyes and throat burn and she feels a little ill "I don’t pay it much attention as I have to take care of business" she said Ram Sharan a traffic police officer manages traffic in New Delhi PTI Ram Sharan police traffic officer Sharan 28 has spent the last three years working eight-hour shifts amid the capital’s chaotic traffic He said the Delhi police force has issued pollution masks to him and other officers "We face a lot of difficulties and problems Our bodies get weak and we lose our immunity" he said "But duty is duty I have to do it" Sharan said he feels like the public is not focusing on the problem "We live in nature but we don’t support it" he said "Take cars One house has four cars and all four people use different cars Something should be done so they all leave in one car" Mohammed Anwar cycle rickshaw operator Anwar 60 has been transporting passengers through the capital’s congested streets for 35 years to support his wife and four children Pedaling forces him to take deep breaths "My mouth burns while I’m working" he said "It feels like chillies in my nose" He said that when he washes his face each evening it is filthy "My eyes hurt and my nose is full of dirt" Jamila Begum cleaner Begum 35 works 12-hour shifts cleaning in and around the subway in the city’s business district Along with her husband who is a painter she supports her three children and has been doing the job for three months "This year the smog was really bad I could feel it" she said "It was always dark" Begum said she stopped sitting outside during breaks because the smog was so bad But she got sick anyway and had to stay home for three days "My eyes had an irritation and my cough was really bad" she said She said the government should be doing more "We are poor" she said "We have to work we have no option" Dinesh barber Dinesh 55 who uses only one name has worked for the last 20 years as a roadside barber He sets up a mirror and chair on the sidewalk and typically earns about 100 rupees ($150) a day cutting men’s hair and shaving them He said he often thinks about returning to his family farm in the northeastern state of Bihar "I’m a poor man who is doing my work" he said "I have to feed my kids" He said if he had any spare money he would think about buying a pollution mask What he does earn he said he spends on basics like salt and chapatti "I’m old now I will go to my home and do some farming plow my field" he said "What else can I do" Kolkata:Securitisation of the Rohingyas fleeing Myanmar is "wrong" and "unfortunate" according to noted Bangladeshi political science and migration studies expert Tasneem Siddiqui who says the international community should instead embrace them Siddiqui the founding chair of the refugee and migratory movements research unit (RMMRU) university of Dhaka believes the Rohingyas have genuine claims to asylum Representational image Getty Images "The Burmese (Myanmarese) state is pursuing a genocidal policy against the Rohingyas and as such Rohingyas have genuine claims to asylum It’s the responsibility of the international community to provide shelter to those fleeing persecution at home" Siddiqui told IANS in an email interview "In that context I believe both Bangladesh and India as civilised members of the world community should embrace the Rohingyas and give them shelter" she observed "Pressure has to be exerted on Burma so that it ceases the genocidal activities and creates conditions at home for the Rohingyas to return in dignity Instead of seeing them from a humanitarian lens securitising the refugees is wrong and unfortunate" The Bangladesh government recently announced that it will identify Rohingya refugees as "forcefully displaced Myanmar citizens" The number of unregistered refugees who began coming into Bangladesh from Myanmar from 25 August has already exceeded 500000 The governments of Bangladesh and Myanmar have announced establishment of a working group to discuss the repatriation of Rohingya refugees Meanwhile India has described the Rohingyas as illegal immigrants and refuses to treat them as refugees The government has said it intends to deport 40000 Rohingyas who have been living in the country for the past few years after fleeing religious persecution in Myanmar Siddiqui said while the movement of Rohingyas to other countries has varying degrees of impact they can be an asset for a country if their skills are harnessed properly through appropriate policies "Failure to address root causes of their displacement has resulted in Rohingyas fleeing their homes and securing shelter in other countries Their movement to other countries has varying degrees of impact If their skills are harnessed properly through appropriate policies then they can be an asset for a country" she opined If the refugees are not allowed to fend for themselves through income-generating activities or are not provided with basic necessities then they are likely to have a disruptive impact on the host society including the environment the expert said "Hence the onus lies on the host country to develop appropriate strategy for refugees" Siddiqui said The UN Security Council has widely condemned Myanmar’s treatment of the Rohingya Muslim minority and also raised issues of terrorism and the attack on Hindus Rights NGO Amnesty International has said the international community must help ensure that Rohingya refugees should not be forced back to Myanmar as long as they remain at risk of serious rights violations following an agreement between Dhaka and Nay Pyi Taw to form a working group to discuss the repatriation of the Rohingyas Siddiqui flagged concerns over stability of the South Asian region if the prolonged refugee crisis is not resolved quickly "This is going to adversely impact on the region No group of people deserve to be banished from their homes on flimsy pretexts Lack of basic rights including that of liberty and livelihood are preconditions for people to become vulnerable to exploitation and manipulation "If the crisis is not resolved quickly then a section of them may be radicalised and surely that will have major implications for the region" Siddiqui said adding she believed India can play a major role in influencing Myanmar to make the atmosphere conducive for the dignified return of the refugees "The Rohingya’s rightful claims to Burmese citizenship should be immediately restored All discriminatory laws and orders should be rescinded Through ensuring presence of international monitors if not peace keepers conditions should be created for their return to Burma with dignity India can play a major role to influence Burma" she concluded

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