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or something else? This year too won’t be any different. So when they get a disproportionate share of total income, she demands to stay with the boys in the same bunker. Given her personal friendship with Modi, the Congress is expected to find many pretexts to disrupt the proceedings.com For all the latest Mumbai News,constituted to suggest ways for early restoration of normalcy in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar, ? who lit the flame.Even the local American journalists did not think it would be he who would be bestowed with that honour With his trembling hands holding the torch Ali appeared on an electronic platform and it was an emotional moment for all of us The entire stadium gave him a standing ovation including US President Bill Clinton Ali has receivedseveral medals and honours I find it rather strange that he never got the Noble Peace Prize Even the International Olympic Committee never made him a member Who would have been a better man than Ali who was named UN Messenger of Peace in 1998 and worked with poor communities through out the world for peace and poverty alleviation If not in life then at least in his death should the world pay tribute to `The Greatest’ by including him in Hall of Noble Fame CAIRO (Reuters) – Gunmen who attacked a mosque on Friday in Egypt’s North Sinai brandished an Islamic State flag as they opened fire through doorways and windows killing more than 300 worshippers including two dozen children officials said on Saturday Damaged vehicles are seen after a bomb exploded at Al Rawdah mosque in Bir Al-Abed Egypt November 25 2017 REUTERS/Mohamed Soliman No group has claimed responsibility but Egyptian forces are battling a stubborn Islamic State affiliate in the region one of the surviving branches of the militant group after it suffered defeats by US-backed forces in Iraq and Syria The assault on a mosque has stunned Egyptians prompting President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s government to tighten security at places of worship and key buildings and call three days of mourning for the bloodiest attack in Egypt’s modern history State news agency MENA said the death toll had risen to 305 including 27 children and 128 people were injured Egypt’s public prosecutor’s office citing interviews with wounded survivors as part of its investigation linked Islamic State militants also known as Daesh to the attack on the Al Rawdah mosque in Bir al-Abed west of El-Arish city “The worshippers were taken by surprise by these elements” the prosecutor said in a statement “They numbered between 25 and 30 carrying the Daesh flag and took up positions in front of the mosque door and its 12 windows with automatic rifles” The gunmen some wearing masks and military-style uniforms had arrived in jeeps surrounded the mosque and opened fire inside sending panicked worshippers scrambling over each other to escape the carnage Witnesses had said gunmen set off a bomb at the end of Friday prayers and then opened fire as people tried to flee shooting at ambulances and setting fire to cars to block roads Images on state media showed bloodied victims and bodies covered in blankets inside the mosque “When the shooting began everyone was running and everyone was bumping into one another” Magdy Rezk a wounded survivor said from his hospital bed “But I was able to make out masked men wearing military clothing” Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (3rd L) visits police officer Mohamed El-Hayes who was rescued after being kidnapped during an attack in the Western Desert at a military hospital in Cairo Egypt November 1 2017 in this handout picture courtesy of the Egyptian Presidency The Egyptian Presidency/Handout via REUTERSUTMOST FORCE Striking a mosque would be a shift in tactics for the Sinai militants who have previously attacked troops and police and more recently tried to spread their insurgency to the mainland by hitting Christian churches and pilgrims Local sources said some of the worshippers were Sufis whom groups such as Islamic State consider targets because they revere saints and shrines which for Islamists is tantamount to idolatry Islamic State has targeted Sufi and Shi‘ite Muslims in other countries like Iraq An interior view of Al Rawdah mosque is seen after an explosion in Bir Al-Abed Egypt November 25 2017 REUTERS/Mohamed SolimanThe jihadists in Egypt’s Sinai have also attacked local tribes and their militias for working with the army and police Sisi a former armed forces commander who supporters see as a bulwark against Islamist militants promised the “utmost force” against those responsible for Friday’s attack Security has been a key reason for his supporters to back him and he is expected to run for re-election next year Egypt’s military carried out air strikes and raids overnight to target hideouts and vehicles involved in the attack the army said without giving details on the number of militants “What is happening is an attempt to stop us from our efforts in the fight against terrorism” Sisi said on Friday The Sinai attack came as Sisi’s government looks to draw more foreign investment and finish an IMF reform programme to help revive an economy that struggled through instability after the 2011 uprising ousted long-standing leader Hosni Mubarak North Sinai a mostly desert area stretching from the Suez Canal eastwards to the Gaza Strip and Israel has long been a security headache for Egypt and is a strategic region for Cairo because of its sensitive borders Local militant group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis once allied to al Qaeda split from it and declared allegiance to Islamic State in 2014 But attacks in the Sinai worsened after 2013 when Sisi led the overthrow of President Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood after mass protests against his rule This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Tokyo:President Donald Trump warned on Sunday that "no dictator" should underestimate the United States as he launched an Asia tour that will be dominated by the North Korea nuclear crisis Speaking to cheering military personnel at Yokota Air Base just west of Tokyo Trump donned a bomber jacket and issued a threat that "no one no dictator no regime and no nation should underestimate. American resolve" "Every once in a while in the past they underestimated us It was not pleasant for them was it" roared Trump "We will never yield never waver and never falter in defence of our people our freedom and our great American flag" Trump’s marathon trip comes with the North Korea crisis at fever pitch as US bombers fly sorties over the Korean peninsula and fears mount of another Pyongyang missile test According to the Washington Post Pentagon officials have warned that the only way to locate and secure North Korea’s nuclear weapons sites would be via a ground invasion North Koreans ‘great people’ The president’s first stops are Japan and South Korea – frontline US allies in the effort to force Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear programme and the two countries with most to fear should a full-scale conflict break out Trump touched down under clear blue Tokyo skies and stepped out with his wife Melania in bright sunshine to greet the crowds Donald Trump delivers his speech to the US military personnel upon his arrival at the US Yokota Air Base on the outskirts of Tokyo AP Speaking to reporters on the plane he announced he would likely be meeting Russian president Vladimir Putin during the tour as the international community scrambles for a solution to the North Korean crisis "I think it’s expected we’ll meet with Putin yeah We want Putin’s help on North Korea and we’ll be meeting with a lot of different leaders" said Trump He added that North Korea was a "big problem for our country and for the world and we want to get it solved" but had kind words for the people in the hermit state "I think they’re great people They’re industrious They’re warm much warmer than the world really knows or understands They’re great people And I hope it all works out for everybody" he said The next stop was a golfing date with his "friend" Shinzo Abe prime minister of Japan with whom he enjoys a close personal relationship Trump joked with reporters on Air Force One that they should not believe him if he claims to outhit Hedeki Matsuyama one of the world’s best players who joined the leaders on the course Abe has emerged strengthened from a crushing victory in a snap election and has firmly supported Trump in his policy of exerting maximum pressure on Kim backed up with the threat of military force "I want to further cement the bond of the Japan-US alliance based on our relations of trust and friendship with President Trump" Abe said as Trump arrived Trump for his part described Japan as a "treasured partner and crucial ally of the US" "Trump only has to play golf in Japan as he knows Japan will follow (the US) whatever happens Everything has been sorted out beforehand" Tetsuro Kato political scientist at Tokyo’s Hitotsubashi University told AFP ‘Appeasement’ After Japan Trump travels to Seoul where his relationship with President Moon Jae-in is noticeably cooler While Trump has been in regular contact with the hawkish Abe during the North Korean crisis he pointedly failed to speak to Moon for several days after Pyongyang’s second intercontinental ballistic missile test in July Trump labelled Moon’s dovish approach to North Korea as "appeasement" on Twitter a comment that did not go down well in the Blue House Trump will speak to Korean MPs but not follow the well-trodden path to the Demilitarized Zone dividing the Korean peninsula – a visit derided in Washington as a bit of a "cliche" From Seoul Trump travels to China to meet his counterpart Xi Jinping who like Abe has solidified his grip on power after being handed a second term Trump said before his trip that China could have a "big problem" with "warrior nation" Japan if the North Korea issue is not solved He then travels to an Pacific Rim summit in Vietnam before heading to a gathering of Southeast Asian leaders Some observers have fretted that a gaffe by the famously ad-lib president could send tensions rising on the peninsula "It will be a disaster if he speaks off the cuff and without thinking" said professor Koo Kab-Woo from the University of North Korean Studies in Seoul "If Trump says anything that can provoke North Korea it could send military tensions soaring again" By: IANS | New York | Published: January 27 2017 10:56 am Mediterranean diet may provide a good nutritious balance (Source: Pixabay) Top News Consuming a Mediterranean diet —rich in fresh fruits and vegetables lean proteins high in healthy fats like olive oil and low in refined sugars and saturated fats —may provide a good nutritious balance that can improve medication adherence and mental health in patients with HIV-positive and Type 2 diabetes researchers suggest ALSO READ |Mushrooms may help delay or prevent dementia Alzheimer’s People who received healthy food and snacks for six months showed dramatic improvements in depression the distress of having diabetes diabetes self-management trading off between food and healthcare and HIV medication adherence People with diabetes who ate the nutritious food showed better long-term control of their blood sugar reduced hospitalisations or emergency department visits They also consumed less sugar and lost weight See what else is making news in lifestyle here “We saw significant improvements in food security and in outcomes related to all three mechanisms through which we posited that food insecurity may affect HIV and diabetes health — nutritional mental health and behavioural” said Kartika Palar Assistant Professor at University of California – San Francisco (UCSF) US The Mediterranean diet fulfilled 100 per cent of daily caloric requirements for people living with HIV and Type 2 diabetes The patients also had fewer symptoms of depression and were less likely to binge drink For those with HIV adherence to antiretroviral therapy increased from 47 to 70 per cent The study appeared online in the Journal of Urban Health For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Updated: August 12 2017 8:27 pm Watford’s Miguel Britos scored the all important third goal against Liverpool (Source: Reuters) Related News Liverpool conceded in second-half injury time to draw 3-3 at Watford as the team’s defensive frailties flared in its first game of the Premier League season on Saturday Scoring goals wasn’t a problem for Liverpool at Vicarage Road despite the absence of unsettled playmaker Philippe Coutinho but the visitors couldn’t keep them out either showing lessons haven’t been learnt from last season Having already conceded two soft goals in the first half Liverpool failed to deal with a near-post corner in the fourth minute of injury time Richarlison fired in a shot from an acute angle that goalkeeper Simon Mignolet parried onto the crossbar and Miguel Britos headed over the line from less than a meter out It looked like Mo Salah was going to be the match-winner for Liverpool on his competitive debut with the club’s record signing – for an initial 42 million euros ($468 million) – bundling in a close-range finish to give the visitors the lead for the first time in the 57th Two minutes earlier Salah earned a penalty that was dispatched by Roberto Firmino Watford striker Stefano Okaka was unmarked when he headed in from close range from a corner in the eighth minute for the opening goal of a frenetic game Sadio Mane ran onto Emre Can’s flick to curl home an equalizer in the 29th only for Watford to carve open Liverpool’s back line following a throw-in inside three minutes and take the lead through Abdoulaye Doucoure Great things are expected of Liverpool’s exciting front three of Salah Firmino and Mane – all were on the scoresheet – but it remains to be seen if they will be complemented by Coutinho this season The Brazil international was missing with a back injury according to Liverpool although he might not have been in the right frame of mind to play anyway after handing in a transfer request on Friday in light of interest in the playmaker from Barcelona Liverpool’s American owners said Friday that the club would not accept any bids for Coutinho in this transfer window having already rejected two offers from Barca Coutinho requested to leave the club in an email hours later For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: May 5 2017 5:21 am Altaf’s brother Munaf mother Zarina and father Haroon with his little daughter at their residence in Dhoraji town of Rajkot on Wednesday Kishor Rathod Related News THE FAMILY members of Gujarat native Altaf Qureshi arrested in Mumbai for allegedly working for Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) on Thursday claimed that he is innocent and “has nothing to do with the Pakistan agency” “My brother had gone to Mumbai around six months ago to work in a garment factory as he was not able to support his family by working as a labourer here We are Indians and can never be involved in such anti-national activities We suspect my brother is being framed See how poor we are If he had Rs 70 lakh as the police claim would we be living in such conditions” Altaf’s brother Munaf told mediapersons in Dhoraji on Thursday Altaf’s family lives in Baharpura area of Dhoraji town in Rajkot district Munaf is a daily-wage labourer and so was Altaf before he left for Mumbai in search of work Munaf said his brother has studied till Class X and was an alumnus of MM School in Dhoraji town Altaf is married and has a seven-year-old daughter His father Haroon too was a daily-wage labourer Altaf was arrested from Pydhonie area of Mumbai by UP Anti-Terrorism Squad in a joint operation with local police on Wednesday Around Rs70 lakh was allegedly recovered from him The ATS claims that he was transferring money to one Aftab Ali from Faizabad in UP The ATS claims that Ali was an agent of ISI and was providing information on movement of Indian Armed Forces to the Pakistan agency Meanwhile Rajkot Rural police said they were keeping a watch over the situation “We are actively observing the situation and holding an inquiry of our own” Antrip Sood superintendent of Rajkot Rural police told The Indian Express However the SP refused to divulge any further details about the nature of inquiry For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPanaji: Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Saturday criticised Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar for his "Pakistan is hell" remark and sought to know whey he did not object when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior BJP leader LK Advani visited the neighbouring country File photo of Digvijaya Singh PTI The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister said Parrikar’s remarks on Pakistan and his reported comments on Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan reflected "intolerance" by BJP-RSS leaders "Parrikar made a famous statement terming Pakistan as hell?

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