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?Banerjee directed the officials to give special attention on the flames of sacrificial pyres as any negligence could lead to a fire tragedy. 2010 2:29 am Related News Tension prevailed in the Old City area of Lucknow late on Sunday night after the members of two sects of the minority community clashed with each other and indulged in heavy brick-batting,denied any such report. New Zealand. It wants to add employment to the central bank’s inflation-targeting mandate, He studied in Mumbai,The whole Jamia Millia Islamia community stands together in grief and offers its deepest condolence to the bereaved family members, Jung said A condolence meeting was held at varsity campus to condole Khorakiwalas demise and was attended by Jungprofessor S M RashidPro Vice-ChancellorProf S M SajidRegistrar and several deansdirectorsheads of departments Khorakiwala was born in a Dawoodi Bohra family in 1918 in Ahmedabad He served as sheriff of Mumbai in 1992-93 and helped restore peace after the riots that followed the demolition of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News but said he would await reports from the high-level team of Mexican officials currently meeting with Trump administration officials in Washington.” Trump added that “some” were presumably good people.
5 acre land be allotted for the project. The students and union members shouted slogans against the Congress before being taken away by the police. UNODC Country Head Cesar Guedes in his address said that World Drug Report released in June 2016 also highlighted the enormity of the drug problem in the region and the resultant fall out not only on Pakistan but the world at large.By: PTI | Islamabad | Published: December 15 The basis are a set of 18 ? ? 2014 3:47 pm Typhoon survivor Jonathan Bacsal Jr. runs past a cross that indicates his father Jonathan Bacsal Sr is buried at a mass grave for typhoon Haiyan victims (Source: AP) Related News Four months after she lost her husband and home to Typhoon Haiyan’s fury Agnes Bacsal gave birth to their sixth child – a sprightly boy whose company has eased the family’s pain Other survivors like fisherman Ben Pedrero still struggle His wife and son perished in the monster storm and more than 40 other relatives are still missing one year later “In just a blink of an eye they were all gone I’ll only overcome this tragedy when I die myself” the 61-year-old Pedrero said wiping tears with his shirt as he helped relatives roast a pig and prepare food for the disaster’s anniversary On Saturday as church bells pealed and sirens wailed across this central Philippine city to commemorate the moment on Nov 8 2013 when Haiyan barreled inland from the Pacific Bacsal and Pedrero were planning to light candles and offer prayers at separate mass graves in Tacloban Leyte Roman Catholic Bishop John Du led prayers at a site where close to 2300 people are buried Some lit candles and wrote names of their family members on newly planted white crosses in the vast field on the outskirts of the city At a city hall commemoration 1000 white balloons were released to signify acceptance of the human loss Typhoon Haiyan leveled entire villages with ferocious winds and tsunami-like waves leaving more than 7300 people dead or missing Funeral parlors were overwhelmed forcing survivors to bury their dead near where they were found _ on church grounds roadsides and beaches as well as in front yards and backyards The worst-hit city of Tacloban and outlying regions have crawled back from the rubble Shopping malls hotels and offices have reopened with cars taxis and motorcycles clogging downtown streets _ the same spots where huge mounds of debris and bodies lay scattered weeks after Haiyan blew away Yet human scars are harder to overcome The storm’s 7-meter (21-foot) -high waves also took away Pedrero’s house with all its precious belongings _ including his family’s pictures and other mementos Also gone was his fishing boat which provided his only source of income Like him Bacsal still relies on dole-outs mostly from relatives and friends Without her husband tricycle driver Jonathan and her house she now lives with her six children in a shack built from storm debris Amid continuing adversity Bacsal’s family is being held together by faith _ an altar with rosaries and the images of Jesus and the Virgin Mary adorn a wall _ and a bubbly new family member 7-month-old baby John William His cries filled the bare shack “He gives me joy just by being beside me” Bacsal said cradling her baby A 14-year-old daughter Maria Jean beamed with optimism “I’ll be the best businesswoman in Asia and bring them out of here someday” she said when asked about her plans With help from relatives and friends Bacsal was able to send Maria Jean to high school They scrimp on grocery items recently donated by a city official and were able to sell extra food stuff to neighbors in an improvised store They sometimes miss out on meals While the exact figures for the dead and missing are still being collected the physical recovery from Haiyan remains a challenge The typhoon demolished about a million houses and displaced more than 4 million people in one of the country’s poorest regions where a Marxist insurgency has endured for decades Overall damage was estimated at 5711 billion pesos ($129 billion) including about 16 million knocked-down coconut trees a major source of livelihood With the loss of income about a million more people were pushed deeper into poverty according to the Asian Development Bank Building more than 200000 new houses for the poor who were left with nothing is proving difficult The Philippine government backed by international donors has built temporary bunkhouses and shelters but many residents have hammered back their shacks in the same coastal villages where they were hit by the storm and which have been officially declared “no-build zones” About 3000 people still live in tents in Tacloban though the city government has pledged to move them to permanent housing by the end of the year Under the long-term plan to protect against similar typhoon onslaughts the government wants to build an elevated road connecting Tacloban to two coastal towns that also will serve as a dike “Like you I am impatient” President Benigno Aquino III told residents during a visit Friday to nearby Eastern Samar province He added however “We can’t be reckless as we build back better” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related Newsdeputed by party president Nitin Gadkari to get an accurate feedback, The petitioner claimed that the institutions concerned should have formulated an emergency plan for the beaches before Eid-ul-fitr holidays knowing that thousands of people visit the beaches during holidays.
The people drowned after defying warnings of not trying to swim due to the monsoon season when the sea weather is very rough. authorities said. however, Egypt has frequent transportation accidents, Last July,” Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists during a visit to Japan. Pointing the finger at the Russian president over meddling in the election also puts the White House on a collision course with Trump, For all the latest World News, As France was still coping with the immense loss of lives in the Nice attack, Authorities have vowed to clean up an industry plagued by favouritism and dodgy loans — part of a broader drive against corruption in the country.In the latest trial the ex-chairman of Ocean Bank Ha Van Tham is accused of illegally approving loans worth $23 million in 2012 ultimately leading to the bank’s demise and stripping him of his status as one of the country’s richest men Tham and 50 other bankers and businessmen most of whom worked at Ocean Bank face various charges related to the illegal loan in the 20-day trial that opened Monday Some face the death penalty according to the lengthy indictment The trial involves a record 50 defence lawyers and more than 700 witnesses and is the second time the accused have appeared after a March trial was postponed for further investigation Tham is accused of approving the loan to the Trung Dung real estate company without proper collateral The head of the real estate company Pham Cong Danh is currently in jail for a separate conviction of economic mismanagement Ocean Group which includes real estate and hotel subsidiaries enjoyed a meteoric rise after its founding in 2007 and was valued at $500 million in 2013 under Tham’s stewardship But after Tham was arrested in 2014 most bank branches shut and the State Bank of Vietnam the central bank acquired Ocean Bank for USD 0 Ocean Group is still active in real estate and hotels and services and was valued at about USD 35 million in 2016 according to its website Vietnam has already jailed dozens of bankers in other high-profile banking cases which some see as a commitment to cleaning up the sector “(Monday’s) trial shows progress made by the Vietnamese government in the fight against corruption” Nguyen Hoang Hai deputy chairman of the Association of Financial Investors told AFP In September last year 36 former Vietnam Construction Bank employees were given jail terms of up to 30 years after they were accused of secretly withdrawing millions of dollars from clients’ accounts to use for loans or keep for themselves Bad debts have long plagued the banking industry They make up some eight percent of outstanding loans according to the state bank though experts say the real number could be far higher Authorities have also targeted other sectors in their anti-corruption drive though analysts say convictions are often driven by political infighting rather than a genuine commitment to reform This month Germany accused Vietnam of kidnapping Trinh Xuan Thanh a former oil executive accused of corruption from a Berlin park For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News
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