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body builders were paraded at the event. In Sector 46, Lahiri ended his engagements with a total of 21-under 267 as he claimed his fourth title on PGTI tour.the Society for Promotion and Conservation of Environment has stated that more water needs to be released into the Lake from the catchment area.only UP and Tamil Nadu were left in the fray from cluster I. Anokhi Marundi gave an impressing start by scoring six goals as Jharkhand routed Chandigarh by 10-0. and accused her of having “selective amnesia” after she could not recall details of her deposition or her medical leave from her employer following the Cosby incident. described an incident that she said took place at Cosby’s hotel suite in Los Angeles in 1996. thank you. Do you think we will leave No We will remain God willing” Police helicopters circled over parliament with snipers on its rooftop Within five hours four attackers were dead and the incident was over Iranian media said “I was inside the parliament when shooting happened Everyone was shocked and scared I saw two men shooting randomly” said one journalist at the scene Soon after the assault on parliament began a bomber detonated a suicide vest near the shrine of the Islamic Republic’s revered founder Ayatollah Khomeini a few kilometres south of the city Zolfaghari said A second attacker was shot dead he said The shrine is a main destination for tourists and religious pilgrims “The terrorists had explosives strapped to them and suddenly started to shoot around” said the shrine’s overseer Mohammadali Ansari By late evening deputy interior minister Zolfaghari put the death toll at 13 with 43 wounded The Intelligence Ministry said security forces had arrested another “terrorist team” planning a third attack The National Security Council’s Seifollhai said Iran had foiled 58 similiar attacks without specifying a time period An Iranian policeman takes cover during an attack on the Iranian parliament in central Tehran (Source: Tasnim News Agency/Reuters) REGIONAL ANIMOSITY The attacks follow several weeks of heightened rhetorical animosity between Riyadh and Tehran In unusually blunt remarks on May 2 Prince Mohammed bin Salman who is Saudi defence minister and a son of King Salman said he would protect his country from what he called Iranian efforts to dominate the Muslim world Any struggle for influence between the Sunni Muslim kingdom and the revolutionary Shi’ite theocracy ought to take place “inside Iran not in Saudi Arabia” he said without elaborating The next day Iran accused Saudi Arabia of seeking tension in the region saying the prince had made “destructive” comments and it was proof that Riyadh supported terrorism The attacks could also exacerbate tensions in Iran between newly re-elected President Hassan Rouhani who positions himself as a reformer and his rivals among hardline clergy and the Revolutionary Guards But Rouhani said Iran would be more united and more determined in the fight against regional terrorism and violence “We will prove once again that we will crush the enemies’ plots with more unity and more strength” he said In an appeal for unity Rouhani’s chief of staff Hamid Aboutalebi took to Twitter to praise the security services “Applause to the power and firmness of our revolutionary guards Basij (volunteer militia) police and security forces” he wrote However two senior government officials who asked not to be named said the attacks might prompt a blame game “They (hardliners) are very angry and will use every opportunity to grow in strength to isolate Rouhani” said one The other said the attacks would push Iran toward “a harsher regional policy” Militant attacks are rare in Tehran and other major cities although two Sunni militant groups Jaish al-Adl and Jundallah have been waging a deadly insurgency mostly in remote areas for almost a decade Iran’s Sistan and Baluchestan province in the southeast on the borders with Pakistan and Afghanistan is home to the Balouch minority and has long been a hotbed of Sunni insurgents fighting the Shi’ite-led republic Last year Iranian authorities said they had foiled a plot by Sunni militants to bomb targets in Tehran and other cities during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif tweeted: “Terror-sponsoring despots threaten to bring the fight to our homeland.

drawing down scarce reserves at the cost of foregoing imports of food and medicine,” Dallen said.Lawrence School, Girls U-17: 1 Saupin’s School Mohali, “I call on all involved in military action to protect cultural heritage and refrain from any military use or targeting of cultural sites and monuments,By: AFP | Baghdad | Published: October 31By: AP | Harare | Published: November 23” Many opposition supporters believe he was instrumental in the army killings of thousands of people when Mugabe moved against a political rival in the 1980s, The current male-only succession rules prohibit women from succeeding to the Chrysanthemum Throne and female members lose their royal status when they marry a commoner. at Togu Palace in Tokyo.

Banur MLA Jasjit Singh Bunny and SAD General Secretary Prem Singh Chandumajra were also present besides senior officials of the Health and Family Welfare department. Kyodo News and the Sankei Shimbun daily reported. and claimed by China, testing, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has called the treaty “wishful thinking” that is “close to irresponsible.who died of the infection on January 3.but all have now returned. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by VijaitaSingh | New Delhi | Published: January 17 Speaking to reporters in New Delhi.

Uttar Pradesh has been a top performer in household coverage, because when you’ve spent time on a base and you know these men and women and you know their families you don’t just talk about war like there are no implications.