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In November 2009, The socio-economic census in the tribal areas was taken up on October 12 in view of the impending snowfall as it remains under the snow for more than seven months every year.Updated: January 24 download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 21,” said an examiner.761,We owned nearly 20 acres land but now our land has become a part of the riverbed and we can hardly earn two square meals, said Surjan Singh of Butala village Mohan Singh Butalawho heads the Zameen Bachao Sangharash Committeesaid the Dera had earlier indulged in such activities as well and harassed poor farmers He alleged the government is hardly doing any thing to protect the farmers interest despite repeated complaints as many big-wigs are the followers of the dera It may be noted that in revenue record it was clearly shown that how the land of farmers got eroded due to change of the river flow DC Chaudhary said SDM S K Singla was sent to the spot today along with Drainage department officials after receiving complaint from the villagers The SDM confirmed that the Dera was raising the embankments For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Irbil | Updated: October 17 2016 9:49 am Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi (File Photo) Top News Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the start of military operations to liberate the northern city of Mosul from Islamic State militants on Monday launching the country on its toughest battle since American troops left nearly five years ago State TV aired a brief statement in the early hours Monday announcing the start of the widely anticipated military offensive to drive IS out of Iraq’s second-largest city Broadcasts showed the prime minister dressed in the uniform of the elite counterterrorism forces speaking while flanked by senior military officers “These forces that are liberating you today they have one goal in Mosul which is to get rid of Daesh and to secure your dignity They are there for your sake” he told the city’s residents using an alternate name for the militant group “God willing we shall win” The thuds of sporadic artillery shelling rumbled across the rolling Nineveh plains in the direction of Mosul witnesses said State TV broadcast patriotic music within minutes of the announcement The push to retake Mosul will be the biggest military operation in Iraq since American troops left in 2011 and if successful the strongest blow yet to the Islamic State A statement on Al-Abadi’s website pledged the fight for the city marked a new phase that would lead to the liberation of all Iraqi territory from the militants this year Soldiers from the 1st Battalion of the Iraqi Special Operations Forces are stacked against a building during a training exercise to prepare for the operation to re-take Mosul from Islamic State militants (Source: File/AP) In Washington Defense Secretary Ash Carter called the start of Iraqi operations to liberate Mosul “a decisive moment in the campaign” to deliver a lasting defeat to the Islamic State group Carter said the United States and other members of the international coalition “stand ready to support the Iraqi Security Forces Peshmerga fighters and the people of Iraq in the difficult fight ahead” Iraqi forces have been massing around the city in recent days They include members of the elite special forces who are expected to lead the charge into the city itself Mosul is home to more than a million civilians The city fell to IS fighters during a lightning charge in June 2014 that left nearly a third of Iraq in militants’ hands and plunged the country into its most severe crisis since the US-led invasion in 2003 After seizing Mosul IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi visited the city to declare an Islamic caliphate that at one point covered nearly a third of Iraq and Syria But since late last year the militants have suffered battlefield losses in Iraq and their power in the country has largely shrunk to Mosul and small towns in the country’s north and west Mosul is about 360 kilometers (225 miles) northwest of the capital Baghdad The operation to retake Mosul is expected to be the most complex yet for Iraq’s military which has been rebuilding from its humiliating 2014 defeat Iraqi forces began moving into Nineveh province to surround Mosul in July when ground troops led by the country’s elite special forces retook Qayara air base south of the city Thousands of Iraqi troops were deployed there ahead of the planned operation along with large numbers of tanks armored personnel carriers and heavy artillery The base is ringed by a series of trenches sand berms and other fortifications Iraqi troops were also positioned east of Mosul in the Khazer area along with Kurdish Peshmerga forces and to the north of the city near the Mosul Dam and Bashiqa areas Before the prime minister’s announcement Brig Gen Haider Fadhil told The Associated Press in an interview that more than 25000 troops including paramilitary forces made up of Sunni tribal fighters and Shiite militias will take part in the offensive that will be launched from five directions around the city In addition to carrying out airstrikes the US-led international coalition will also offer artillery fire he added American troops are providing logistical support to the operation Brett McGurk the US envoy to the coalition against IS said Abadi’s order called for “major operations” to free the city “Godspeed to the heroic Iraqi forces Kurdish (hash)Peshmerga and (hash)Ninewa volunteers We are proud to stand with you in this historic operation” he tweeted The role of the Shiite militias has been particularly sensitive as Nineveh is a majority Sunni province and Shiite militia forces have been accused of carrying out abuses against civilians in other operations in majority Sunni parts of Iraq According to UN estimates up to 1 million people could be displaced from Mosul during the operation exacerbating the humanitarian situation in the country The conflict in Iraq has forced 33 million people to flee their homes with most of them living in camps or informal settlements Fadhil voiced concern about potential action from Turkish troops based in the region of Bashiqa northeast of Mosul Turkey sent troops to the area late last year to train anti-IS fighters there But Baghdad has seen the Turkish presence as a “blatant violation” of Iraqi sovereignty and has demanded the Turkish troops withdraw a call Ankara has ignored For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Dubai | Published: January 26 2017 9:46 pm In early January London-based Amnesty International said “a string of activists” had been detained or appeared in court over previous weeks in connection with peaceful human rights work Top News A Saudi writer has been sentenced to seven years in prison for offences including having contact with foreign journalists a rights group said today part of what activists call “an intensified crackdown” The Gulf Centre for Human Rights said Nadhir al-Majid 40 received the sentence last week from the Specialised Criminal Court in Riyadh Rights monitors have criticised the practice of trying activists in such courts which handle “terrorism” cases “Reports have confirmed that the writer was alone during the hearing and not accompanied by his family or his lawyer” said the Gulf Centre which has offices in Copenhagen and Beirut Watch What Else Is Making News It said the prosecution filed many charges against Majid including participating in demonstrations and “having contact with correspondents” of foreign media organisations Another watchdog Human Rights Watch in 2011 identified Majid as one of more than 160 dissidents arrested mostly in Eastern Province where the Shiite minority had protested for political reforms and the release of prisoners He was freed in 2012 the Gulf Centre said In early January London-based Amnesty International said “a string of activists” had been detained or appeared in court over previous weeks in connection with peaceful human rights work “Saudi Arabia’s authorities have begun the year with an intensified crackdown against human rights activists” it said On a visit to the kingdom last week a United Nations independent expert called on Saudi Arabia to “liberalise” its approach to social media where activists communicate Philip Alston the UN special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights said he received reports of “instances in which it has cracked down on certain people” communicating over the internet For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pallavi Pundir | Published: January 26 2012 12:02 am Related News The fourth edition of the India Art Fair boasts of interesting public art projects Since its inceptionIndia Art Fair (IAF) has garnered a lot of attention The location may have changed from Pragati Maidan to NSIC Grounds in Okhla but the fairs popularity hasntand this year is no different The art fair that opens to the public todaysaw a host of galleristsartists and collectors survey the paintings and installations from prominent national and international galleries at a glittering opening on Wednesday Howeverart is not limited to the tents only Step outside from the glamorous insides and there are a host of public art installations Artistsnational and internationalhave set up 13 public art projects all over the venue as a part of the IAF Yoko Onos Touch is one of the highlights The project was launched by Ono way back in 1969 with husband and musician John Lennonand uses advertising as its medium It has a blank white board with the word Touch translated into Hindi as sparsh Then there is Rashid Ranas Translation/Transliterationa work comprising micro and macro images of various types of visuals The fair also has works that lend a non-commercialart-for-arts-sake element Autonomous Public Laboratoryis one such work and the only science installation at the Fairwith an accessible tomb-like observatory made of mesh and rods and a series of do-it-yourself science projects Set up by a team from Srishti School of ArtsDesign and TechnologyBangalorealong with Toronto-based artist Yashas Shettythe set-up has used surveillance cameras and microscopes made with woodleavesballoons and pieces of the building game Mechanics.s made of 200 shirts.
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