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His prowess on the court permanently took him away from his home in order to take up a banking job in Bangalore where he plays for Karnataka in the nationals. The couple’s garage has become a barracks; a shed is now an armoury. until Saturday, Brief scores: Pakistan first innings 304 for two in 88 overs (Younis Khan 111 not out, Sonali and Gautam have much in common. so romantic, Remember that relationships are important and have to be nurtured and cherished. Security forces rushed to the spot for investigation. Share This Article Related Article The attack came hours after the ousted Islamist president was sentenced to 20 years in jail by a court here over charges related to the killing of 10 protesters when he was in power.93 seconds.
Phelps will compete in the 50-meter freestyle at the Arena Grand Prix on Friday, following previous strikes in Niger and repeated targeting of northern Cameroon,demonstrated the need for an effective solution to the problem involving both Nigeria and its neighbours Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari who came to power on May 29 has made defeating Boko Haram a top priority but experts said he could not do it alone “The fight against Boko Haram is unlikely to be concluded with any rapidity” Ryan Cummings chief Africa analyst with the Red24 consulting group told AFP “The fact remains that while Boko Haram continues to be defined as a Nigerian problem evidence suggests that it has become a quandary of regional proportions requiring a regional solution “In the absence of Nigeria’s neighbours recognising the extent of Boko Haram’s regional contagion and subsequentlyresponding to it decisively the most exhaustive efforts by the Nigerian government alone won’t solve the problem” Police director-general Taher Erda said the bomber detonated his explosives belt when he was stopped at the entrance to the market for security checks The provisional toll was 14 dead nine of them female traders said police spokesman Paul Manga One of the five men killed was a police officer he added An AFP correspondent at the scene described a gruesome scene of pools of blood and human flesh The area in the heart of the capital was cordoned off by security forces after the attack at about 8:45 am (0745 GMT) On June 15 38 people were killed when two suicide bombers blew themselves up at a police academy and the city’s main police station In the wake of that attack the authorities in the Muslim-majority country ordered a complete ban on the full-face veil and bombed Boko Haram positions in Nigeria Boko Haram this week claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement in Arabic on Twitter The communique was signed “Islamic State West AfricaProvince” as Boko Haram has styled itself since pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group in March The attack in Maiduguri happened at about 7:10 am (0610 GMT) Saturday as two bombers in a motorised rickshaw tried to get into the busy Borno Express Terminal but were deterred by heavy security For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Kabul | Published: January 21 2016 1:07 pm In this photo taken on Sunday Jan 10 2016 an Afghan shopkeeper listens to Islamic State Radio at his shop in Jalalabad capital of Nangarhar province Afghanistan (AP Photo) Related News The Afghan reporters recognized the voice threatening them with death on the Islamic State group’s local radio station It was a former colleague who knows their names and where they work The threats were made during a discussion program on “Voice of the Caliphate” an elusive radio station operated by one of the extremist group’s newest affiliates The so-called Khorasan Province has battled Afghan forces and the Taliban alike carving out an enclave in Nangarhar a rugged eastern province bordering Pakistan It has adopted the media strategy of its mother organization in Syria and Iraq including the production of grisly professionally made videos showing battles and the killing of captives But in impoverished Afghanistan where few have access to the Internet radio could prove more effective at recruiting fighters and silencing critics The group is actively targeting other media outlets to prevent them from competing with its chilling broadcasts Militants bombed a building housing two radio stations in the provincial capital Jalalabad in October and attacked the local offices of the independent Pajhwok news agency and Voice of America in July Share This Article Related Article The menacing broadcast in mid-December in which a former local radio broadcaster called on reporters to either join IS or risk being hunted down and killed could be heard across Jalalabad “It is a great concern for us because he knows all the journalists who are working locally” said Shir Sha Hamdard chairman of the Journalists’ Union of Eastern Afghanistan “He also knows that as journalists we do not take sides and that our only weapon is the pen We’ve tried to talk to representatives of IS to make sure they know this but we haven’t been successful” he said He and other Jalalabad-based reporters asked that The Associated Press not name the IS broadcaster for their own safety IS radio can be heard across Nangarhar on an FM frequency for 90 minutes a day in both the Pashto and Dari languages Programs include news interviews vitriol against the Afghan government and the Taliban recruitment propaganda and devotional music in multiple languages The message is clear: the Afghan government is a doomed “puppet regime” of the Americans The Taliban are a spent force hijacked by Pakistan The caliphate is coming “Soon our black flag will be flying over the (presidential) palace in Kabul” an announcer crowed in a recent broadcast The IS affiliate “is against everything — free media civil society education all of which they say are secular un-Islamic” said Haroon Nasir a civil society activist in Nangarhar He said the message likely resonates among young men in impoverished rural areas where after nearly 15 years of war many have soured on both the US-backed government and the Taliban In those areas — which make up most of Afghanistan — Internet access is spotty at best and computers and smartphones are a luxury Just 10 percent of Afghanistan’s 30 million people have access to the Internet But nearly everyone has a radio A 2014 study by Altai Consulting found that 175 radio and 75 television stations had been set up since the 2001 US-led invasion that toppled the Taliban — which had one radio network and banned television Wind-up radios that operate without electricity or even batteries have been widely distributed since then IS militants are believed to use mobile broadcasting units and cross back and forth along the porous border with Pakistan making them difficult to track The National Directorate of Security the Afghan intelligence agency did not respond to requests for comment Hazrat Hussain Mashriqiwal the spokesman for the Nangarhar police chief said “Voice of the Caliphate” broadcasts had been banned and were rarely picked up especially in Jalalabad But residents tell a different story Jalalabad shopkeeper Janat Khan said IS radio is popular chiefly due to its novelty “Most people are listening to them because they want to know about Daesh and its strategy” he said referring to the extremist group by its Arabic acronym “The preachers are strong their message is clear — they talk against the Taliban and against (President Ashraf) Ghani’s government” Although IS and the Taliban both want to impose a harsh version of Islamic rule they are bitterly divided over leadership and strategy with the Taliban narrowly focused on Afghanistan and IS bent on establishing a worldwide caliphate The US State Department recently added the IS Afghan affiliate to its list of foreign terrorist organizations It said the group emerged in January 2015 and is mainly made up of disenchanted former Taliban fighters Over the last six months the group has taken over four Nangarhar districts where it has imposed the same violent interpretation of Islamic law championed by the IS group in Syria and Iraq including the public execution of alleged informers and other enemies In August students at Nangarhar University staged a pro-IS demonstration Security forces swooped in to make arrests and have since cracked down on campus activism nationwide As the group has expanded its reach its media strategy has grown more sophisticated and more brutal “They have not only made every attempt to promote themselves through all mediums from mainstream media to social media but they have also resorted to coercing tactics to force local media to publish their news and follow their agenda” said Najib Sharifi director of the Afghan Journalists’ Safety Committee “In areas where the government cannot provide sufficient security media might resort to compromising their editorial independence out of fear — something that could make media turn into the propaganda machinery of Daesh” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: January 29 2011 6:42 am Related News The BJP which has planned to hold a massive rally at Kanpurs Phool Bagh on February 5 will be attended by senior leaders from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Apart from senior BJP leaders like L K AdvaniSushma SwarajArun Jaitley and Nitin Gadkaripresident of NDA Sharad Yadav and leaders from Akali Dal are expected to attend the rally Local party leaders have been asked to ensure that over 1 lakh people should attend the rally where the NDA leaders are expected to target both BSP and UPA governments at the state and Centrerespectively We are sure that with the presence of senior leadersour rally will be a huge success Corruption is prevalent not just in UPbut all over the country and it has touched its peak The authorities are either themselves involved in corruption or are shielding it?which was not accepted on February 4 as her name was not found in the list. 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