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For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Dublin | Published: November 28 2017 7:45 am Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland (Tanaiste) Frances Fitzgerald (Reuters/File) Related News Ireland was on the verge of a snap election on Monday after the opposition party propping up the minority government said the deputy prime minister’s refusal to quit would force the country to the polls next month The political crisis that deepened dramatically late on Monday has left the country’s two main parties with less than 24 hours to head off a general election in a dispute that cast a shadow over a key Brexit summit next month Ireland will play a major role at the meeting telling EU leaders whether it believes sufficient progress has been made on the future of the border between EU-member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland The pressure on Deputy Prime Minister Frances Fitzgerald of Varadkar’s Fine Gael party mounted on Monday following the release of fresh documents about her disputed handling of a police whistleblower who alleged corruption in the force Fianna Fail whose backing Varadkar requires from the opposition benches to keep his government functioning has said it will move a motion of no confidence in Fitzgerald at 2000 GMT on Tuesday unless she quits a position that hardened on Monday “I think the Tanaiste (deputy prime minister) should recognise that unless she does stand aside she is going to force this country into an election nobody wants that nobody needs and is not in the country’s interests” senior Fianna Fail MP Jim O’Callaghan told national broadcaster RTE “I don’t see any other method out of this” Varadkar has insisted that if the motion is not withdrawn he will be forced to hold an election before Christmas a prospect EU officials say would complicate the EU Brexit summit on Dec 14-15 A compromise had appeared possible earlier in the day when senior members of both parties struck a more conciliatory tone but the momentum shifted instantly upon the release of the new documents Fitzgerald said last week that she did not recall receiving an email in May 2015 that detailed an attempt to discredit a police whistleblower whose allegations of widespread misconduct in the force cost her predecessor his job as justice minister The correspondence released on Monday showed Fitzgerald also received two more emails about the strategy in July 2015 but she resisted calls from all parties to resign saying an ongoing a judge-led tribunal should judge her conduct in January A spokesman for Varadkar who is due to meet Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin again on Tuesday morning in a bid to avoid the election said the government was standing by FitzgeraldHowever some Fine Gael members who spoke on condition of anonymity were livid and local media reported that a number of the party’s ministers privately said she must step down The headline on the front page of Tuesday’s Irish Examiner newspaper read “Ministers desert Fitzgerald as pressure rises” ‘UTTERLY IRRESPONSIBLE’ While an opinion poll on Saturday gave Fine Gael a one-point lead over Fianna Fail and suggested another minority government as the most likely outcome Dublin City University politics lecturer Eoin O’Malley said Monday’s events would also hurt them “Fine Gael would be going into the election where they are seen to be the belligerent party probably seen to be the one that caused it It … could be a career-ending election for the loser” O’Malley said adding that an election was inevitable unless Fitzgerald quit The crisis has erupted at a particularly sensitive point in the Brexit talks Foreign Minister Simon Coveney who continued to support Fitzgerald reiterated on Monday that not enough progress had been made on the border issue and that he had the full backing of all members states on the EU’s negotiating side “We are in the process in the context of Brexit negotiations of ensuring that we influence what are going to be historic decisions for this country… The last thing we need right now is an election in the middle of all that” he told RTE The border is one of three issues Brussels wants broadly resolved before it decides whether to move Brexit talks on to a second phase about trade as Britain wants and the Irish crisis steadied sterling on Monday after it posted its biggest weekly rise in more than a month “The next couple of months are crucial for the future of Ireland” said Kevin O’Rourke professor of Economic History at Oxford University who has written extensively on Ireland’s role in the Brexit talks “Provoking an election right now would be utterly irresponsible” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tarannum Manjul | Lucknow | Published: July 31 2010 2:13 am Related News Identification survey begins on Aug 1 Taking the first step towards implementation of the Right to Education in Uttar Pradeshthe state government will identify the out-of-school children across 72 districts in the state The Education departmentunder the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)will launch in August a door-to-door survey to identify the out-of-school children in the age group of 6 and 14 years of age In rural areasthe process will also include an undertaking by gram pradhans and principals of primary school on the reasons for children not enrolling in the schools After the surveythe department will initiate the process to enroll all the identified children in eh schools near their homes In one of the largest exercises being undertaken in the state for preparing database of the children not enrolled in the schoolsthe district authorities have already been issued instructions in this regard by the project office of SSA To be conducted by teaches of primary and upper-primary schools and Shiksha mitrasthe survey will be conducted in rural areas from August 1 to15 and in urban areas from August 8 to 15 The compilation of the report of the survey will be completed by August 25 and sent to state headquarters by August 30 In first week of Septemberthe second round of the survey will be carried out in urban areas to include those children whose families have migrated to the areas The district officialsincluding the Basic Shiksha Adhikaris and Assistant Basic Shiksha Adhikarishave already been given instructions about the project They are also given the details of the questionnaire through which they would be conducting the survey Some of them have even visited Allahabad where a model project had been initiated in urban areas with support from UNICEF?t play music loudly after 10 pm. 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lo and behold, The complaint mentions the mobile phone numbers from which the calls were made on April 9 and April is deemed appropriate that an inquiry into the allegations made by the petitioners is conducted by responsible officer of the Government, the order reads In view of the aboveDC Panchkula has been directed to hold an inquiry into the allegations made by the petitioners and submit his report before the Court by November 1 Petitionersthe Court has orderedshall be associated with the inquiry to enable the inquiring authority to seek appropriate information in regard to the alleged misuse of the Government schemes public funds The directions have been passed on a petition filed by Sumitra and othersresidents of Haryana Notices have been issued to Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM)Panchkula and DCPanchkula The petitioners have alleged that their pension has been illegally withheld The petitioners have also demanded that the investigation of the bungling and larges-cale manipulation shall be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Updated: November 26 2015 10:06 am File photo: The fires which stretch across 210 kms (130 miles) broke out on Wednesday in heatwave conditions and quickly burnt across farmlands forcing residents to flee and others to frantically try and save their homes and livestock Related News Fourteen bushfires burning across southern Australia have killed two people thousands of animals and destroyed 16 homes and authorities on Thursday said they feared the toll could rise The fires which stretch across 210 kms (130 miles) broke out on Wednesday in heatwave conditions and quickly burnt across farmlands forcing residents to flee and others to frantically try and save their homes and livestock “It was just the intensity of the fire and the speed We tried to put it out You just couldn’t put it out” farmer John Lush told Australian Broadcasting Corporation “We’ve got a big machinery shed…and the (roof) gutters of that are 25 feet (eight metres) off the ground and the flames were coming over the top of that shed so it was just horrific” said Lush A 56-year-old woman and a 69-year-old man died in separate fires Thirteen people are being treated in hospital and three people are missing said South Australia State Premier Jay Weatherill “Five of those are either a in critical or serious condition with significant burns We know that one of those persons has burns to more than 80 percent on their body” said Weatherill “We hold grave fears for many more (and) can’t be entirely sure we have identified every single person in the fire ground” he said Four people were killed in a series of wildfires sparked by lightning in Western Australia state last week Wildfires are an annual summer event in Australia but rising temperatures have prompted some scientists to warn that climate change could increase the length and intensity of the summer fire season The Australian Bureau of Meteorology declared October the hottest month on record While residents who escaped the fires described their desperate attempts to save their homes one absent homeowner 3000 kms (1890 miles) north in the city of Darwin used a smartphone to activate his irrigation system to save his house “It’s come up all around the house but my ability to turn on irrigation systems from my phone in Darwin and the fact that I had neighbours patrolling with fire units I think we’re lucky we got away with a house” Simon Maddocks told Australian Broadcasting Corporation Maddocks’ 40 hectare (99 acre) wheat farm on the outskirts of the town of Hamley Bridge was completely burnt out Damage reports suggest more than 85000 hectares of farmland and bush have been burnt by the fires Weatherill said with a significant livestock lost including more than 2000 pigs Four hundred extra firefighters were due to arrive from interstate on Thursday to battle the blazes For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 2 2011 1:57 am Related News An attempt to save his employer from two armed assailants cost a 25-year-old man his life The incident took place in Southeast Delhis Badarpur area on Thursday night The victimidentified as Manoj Kumarbelonging to Biharworked at a garment shop in Agarwal Marketowned by one Ravi Sharma Police said Manoj and his employer Ravi was leaving for home after shutting the shop when the incident occurred Ravi was carrying a bag containing money with him They were leaving the shop when two motorcycle-borne men arrived and tried to snatch the bag When Ravi resistedone of the assailants took out a knife and threatened him Manoj then tried to overpower the assailantsand was stabbed repeatedly in the neck?

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