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Rahul had done roadshows in 2007 too. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonal Gera | New Delhi | Updated: May 21, That incident of Phil Hughes will definitely be in everyone’s minds but when it comes to this game, US Vice President Joe Biden telephoned Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko on Saturday to discuss the ongoing shelling in the east and possible paths to recovery in the war-battered nation, Rebels claim they have already shifted the bulk of their heavy arms. the White House did not give a reason for the resignations from the National Infrastructure Advisory Council and said the panel met on Tuesday with the majority of its members. The residents said there have been more than eight dog bite cases in the last 10 days.has assets worth Rs 60 lakh. I take land, A case of murder was registered after we saw slit marks on her throat, said a police official from the Nalasopara police station The police said they have detained a 15-year-old boywho is known to the familyfor questioning During the course of investigationthe police found bloodstains in his room The detained boy recently had an argument with the victims mother over a trivial issue and he might have tried to settle scores with her We suspect his involvement in the case and are questioning him He has not been arrested so far?
but he didn’t know what happened to her. recalling her own [email protected] by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 30 “The opening of the embassy of the Republic of Panama in the People’s Republic of China has been done in accordance with the rules that dictate diplomatic relations between the two countries, Several British newspapers carried similar reports online on Monday saying that Moyes had lost the support of the American Glazer family who own the club. who flew to the capital earlier Monday. The hearing on quantum of sentence took place on Monday and is likely to continue on Thursday,with the lawyers for prosecution victims and convicts presenting their submission before the court Quantum of sentence will be pronounced after conclusion of their submissions The aftermath of the carnage of the Gulbarg Society massacre PTI During arguments over the quantum of sentence on Monday public prosecutor representing the Supreme Court appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) RC Kodekar had sought nothing less than death sentence or jail term till death for all 24 convicts He said all 24 convicts were found guilty of offence under section 149 of the IPC and therefore required to be treated on par when the sentence is pronounced Section 149 states that "every person who at the time of the committing of that offence is a member of the same assembly is guilty of that offence" "The manner of crime was cruel barbaric and inhuman Victim’s bodies were roasted alive in the crime for which there was no provocation much less in case of women and children who were defenceless" Kodekar had told the court A lawyer for the victims SM Vora also sought maximum punishment for the accused and argued that sentence for each offence should not run concurrently so that they spend their entire life in jail A defence lawyer however refuted the demand of capital or maximum punishment in his arguments saying that the incident was spontaneous and there were enough provocations for it "Since the conspiracy has not been established asking the court for capital punishment on partially relied evidence is not appropriate" lawyer for the convicts Abhay Bharadwaj told the court A mob of 400 people attacked the Gulbarg society in the heart of Ahmedabad and killed the residents including the former MP Jafri during riots that ensued after S-6 coach of Sabarmati Express in which ‘karsevaks’ were travelling was burnt near Godhra train station on 27 February 2002 in which 58 people died It was one of the nine cases of the Gujarat riots probed by the Supreme Court-appointed SIT The children had all been shown videos of beheadings and told by their trainers with the Islamic State group that they would perform one someday First they had to practice technique The more than 120 boys were each given a doll and a sword and told cut off its head A 14-year-old who was among the boys all abducted from Iraq’s Yazidi religious minority said he couldn’t cut it right He chopped once twice three times "Then they taught me how to hold the sword and they told me how to hit They told me it was the head of the infidels" the boy renamed Yahya by his IS captors told The Associated Press last week in northern Iraq where he fled after escaping the IS training camp Representational image AP When Islamic State extremists overran Yazidi towns in northern Iraq last year they butchered older men and enslaved many of the women and girls Dozens of young Yazidi boys like Yahya had a different fate: The IS sought to re-educate them They forced them to convert to Islam from their ancient faith and tried to turn them into jihadi fighters It is part of a concerted effort by the extremists to build a new generation of militants according to AP interviews with residents who fled or still live under IS in Syria and Iraq The group is recruiting teens and children using gifts threats and brainwashing Boys have been turned into killers and suicide bombers An IS video issued last week showed a boy beheading a Syrian soldier under an adult militant’s supervision Last month a video showed 25 children unflinchingly shooting 25 captured Syrian soldiers in the head In schools and mosques militants infuse children with extremist doctrine often turning them against their own parents Fighters in the street befriend children with toys IS training camps churn out the Ashbal Arabic for "lion cubs" child fighters for the "caliphate" that IS declared across its territory The caliphate is a historic form of Islamic rule that the group claims to be reviving with its own radical interpretation though the vast majority of Muslims reject its claims "I am terribly worried about future generations" said Abu Hafs Naqshabandi a Syrian sheikh who runs religion classes for refugees in the Turkish city of Sanliurfa to counter IS ideology The indoctrination mainly targets Sunni Muslim children In IS-held towns militants show young people videos at street booths They hold outdoor events for children distributing soft drinks and candy — and propaganda They tell adults "We have given up on you we care about the new generation" said an anti-IS activist who fled the Syrian city of Raqqa the extremists’ de facto capital He spoke on condition of anonymity to preserve the safety of relatives under IS rule With the Yazidis whom IS considers heretics ripe for slaughter the group sought to take another community’s youth erase their past and replace it with radicalism Yahya his little brother their mother and hundreds of Yazidis were captured when IS seized the Iraqi town of Sulagh in August They were taken to Raqqa where the brothers and other Yazidi boys aged 8 to 15 were put in the Farouq training camp They were given Muslim Arabic names to replace their Kurdish names Yahya asked that AP not use his real name for his and his family’s safety He spent nearly five months there training eight to 10 hours a day including exercises weapons drills and Quranic studies They told him Yazidis are "dirty" and should be killed he said They showed him how to shoot someone from close range The boys hit each other in some exercises Yahya punched his 10-year-old brother knocking out a tooth The trainer "said if I didn’t do it he’d shoot me" Yahya said "They . told us it would make us tougher They beat us everywhere" In an IS video of Farouq camp boys in camouflage do calisthenics and shout slogans An IS fighter says the boys have studied jihad so "in the coming days God Almighty can put them in the front lines to battle the infidels" Videos from other camps show boys crawling under barbed wire and practicing shooting One kid lies on the ground and fires a machine gun; he’s so small the recoil bounces his whole body back a few inches Boys undergoing endurance training stand unmoving as a trainer hits their heads with a pole IS claims to have hundreds of such camps The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented at least 1100 Syrian children under 16 who joined IS this year At least 52 were killed in fighting including eight suicide bombers it said Yahya escaped in early March Fighters left the camp to carry out an attack and as remaining guards slept he and his brother slipped away he said He urged a friend to come too but he refused saying he was a Muslim now and liked Islam Yahya’s mother was in a house nearby with other abducted Yazidis — he had occasionally been allowed to visit her So he and his brother went there They travelled to the Syrian city of Minbaj and stayed with a Russian IS fighter Yahya said He contacted an uncle in Iraq who negotiated to pay the Russian for the two boys and their mother A deal struck they met the uncle in Turkey then went to the Iraqi Kurdish city of Dohuk Now in Dohuk Yahya and his brother spend much of their time watching TV They appear outgoing and social But traces of their ordeal show When his uncle handed Yahya a pistol the boy deftly assembled and loaded it And he will never forget the videos of beheadings IS trainers showed the boys "I was scared when I saw that" he said "I knew I wouldn’t be able to behead someone like that Even as an adult" Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a happy man looking at the higher-than-predicted October-December quarter GDP number The government machinery particularly economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das too feels the GDP figure is a fitting reply to demonetisation critics The list includes some globally renowned names such as Nobel laureates Amartya Sen and Paul Krugman who had said the note ban move will have disastrous consequences onthe economy Speaking at an election rally in Maharajganj UP Modi said "On the one hand are those (critics of note ban) who talk of what people at Harvard say and on the other hand is a poor man’s son who through his hard work is trying to improve the economy" Modi said at an election meeting Modi didn’t name anyone but his dig was likely aimed at the likes of Manmohan Singh and Sen After the latest GDP numbers came out Shaktikanta Das too said third quarter numbers proved the demonetisation critics wrong “The third quarter GDP numbers are out and as you have seen the numbers completely negate the kind of negative projections and speculations made about the impact of demonetisation" Das said “An overestimation was done about the so called negative impact of demonetisation It is very satisfying to know that it is not there Because we still remain 7 percent plus growth country.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi PTI A better GDP number is good but a little caution is warranted before the government begins chest-thumping on the numbers and totally write off the economists/critics at this stage The reason is simple: Most agree that the third quarter GDP numbers are seen with an element of skepticism and more importantly is not backed by strong corroborative evidence Hence there is a possibility of being revised downwards when the final numbers come out later It would augur well for the government to take a cautious approach on the GDP numbers instead of already going on a celebration mode to avoid possible embarrassment later Here are a few reasons for the Modi-government to exercise a little caution on the GDP numbers: First about 40-45 percent of India’s GDP and 80 percent of employment are estimated to be in the informal (this estimate vary) sector and this is where the demonetisation-induced cash crunch has had its maximum impact Most economists who have analysed the third quarter GDP numbers have said that the GDP data might not have captured the impact on informal economy to desired extent About 78 percent of overall economic activities are in cash transactions It is virtually impossible that sudden withdrawal of 86 percent of the currency not inflicting pain on their cash flows and income stream Small traders micro entrepreneurs constitute this segment in a major way so are small farmers and services providers It is possible that these segments have been hit hard and the impact in numbers might show with a lag This is what Nomura has highlighted in its note saying "The inability of official statistics to capture the negative growth effects on the unorganised sectors as the official numbers are based largely on organised sector data" Second some of the upside to the third quarter GDP numbers is on account of a statistical effect on account of downward revisions of the past numbers On a lower base in the year-ago period the current year numbers will appear to be bigger than what the absolute increase is As Nomura report points out the GDP growth estimate for Q4 2015 was also revised lower by 08 percentage points to 65 percent y-o-y from 72 percent thereby creating a large favorable base effect for comparison Also there is a possibility that companies showed their cash in hand (after demonetisation) as sales then this may be getting captured as a higher value addition in these specific sectors (as corporate data are partly used to estimate growth) Nomura said “In our view official GDP statistics are significantly underestimating the growth impact of demonetisation" Nomura report said Third besides the statistical effect there could be another reason why the third quarter GDP numbers have come higher-than-expected As Pronab Sen the former Secretary of the Statistics Ministry points out corporates might have rushed to push their inventory out of factories and into retail outlets and also paid excise tax on these But there is a possibility that the sales at the retail outlets did not happen because people decided to postpone purchases Since the GDP data is collected at the factory level but did not capture the inventories lying idle at automobile showrooms departmental stores and other retail outlets “In fact the GDP figures for the January-March quarter will probably reflect the disruption caused by demonetisation more accurately” Pronab Sen told News18 adding “you can only push out so much inventory but if it is piling up in retail stores and not being sold the factories won’t be able to send out manufactured products” The bottomline is this: Behind the higher GDP numbers lies a set of factors that aren’t fully corroborative of the supposed growth in the economy the growth numbers seem to indicate This might not be a figure just yet to judge the demonetisation impact When the final revised numbers come in the approaching months the growth narrative (as depicted by the numbers) could take a turn on either side Hence a little caution is warranted when government looks at the GDP numbers Certainly it is risky to commence celebration this early I don’t worry about being typecast. 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