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He is fond of readingsinging and painting It needs to be mentioned that Sacred Heart Convent School in Jamalpur is the only school in Ludhiana district with an ISC board For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Burns (oregon) | Published: January 4 2016 7:45 am A US flag covers a sign at the entrance of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns Oregon January 3 2016 (Reuters) Related News The remote high desert of eastern Oregon became the latest flashpoint for anti-government sentiment as armed protesters occupied a national wildlife refuge to object to a prison sentence for local ranchers for burning federal land Ammon Bundy — the son of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy who was involved in a 2014 standoff with the government over grazing rights — is among the people at the headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge It was unclear exactly how many people were taking part in the protests Ammon Bundy posted a video on his Facebook page asking for militia members to come help him He said “this is not a time to stand down It’s a time to stand up and come to Harney County” where Burns is located Bundy and other militia members came to Burns last month a small town about 280 miles (450 kilometers) southeast of Portland Oregon They were upset over the looming prison sentences for local ranchers Dwight and Steven Hammond They went to the wildlife refuge Saturday evening following a peaceful rally in Burns to support the ranchers A group of self-styled militiamen occupied the headquarters of a USwildlife refuge in eastern Oregon in a standoff with authorities (AP Photo) Dwight Hammond 73 and Steven Hammond 46 said they lit the fires on federal land in 2001 and 2006 to reduce the growth of invasive plants and protect their property from wildfires The two were convicted of the arsons three years ago and served time — the father three months the son one year But a federal judge ruled in October that their terms were too short under US minimum sentencing law and ordered them back to prison for about four years each The decision generated controversy and is part of a decades-long dispute between some Westerners and the federal government over the use of public lands The issue traces back to the 1970s and the “Sagebrush Rebellion” a move by Western states like Nevada to increase local control over federal land Critics of the push for more local control have said the federal government should administer the public lands for the widest possible uses including environmental and recreation In an interview with The Associated Press at the wildlife refuge Sunday Ryan Bundy Ammon Bundy’s brother said the protesters’ ultimate goal is to turn the land over to local authorities so people can use it free of federal oversight They want to “restore the rights to people so they can use the land and resources” for ranching logging mining and recreation Ryan Bundy says the federal government has been “tromping on people’s rights and privileges and properties and livelihoods” “I understand the land needs to be used wisely but that’s what we as stewards need to do A rancher is going to take care of his own ranch” Ryan Bundy said On Sunday supplies were seen being delivered to the refuge area which is remote even by rural Oregon standards Dwight Hammond has said he and his son plan to peacefully report to prison Monday as ordered by the judge Harney County Sheriff Dave Ward said the group of armed protesters came to town under false pretenses “These men came to Harney County claiming to be part of militia groups supporting local ranchers when in reality these men had alternative motives to attempt to over throw the county and federal government in hopes to spark a movement across the United States” Ward said in a statement on Sunday afternoon The sheriff says he is working with local and federal authorities to keep the citizens in his county safe and to resolve the situation as quickly and peacefully as possible He is asking people to stay away from the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for their own safety He said he does not think any other parts of the county are in immediate danger Beth Anne Steele an FBI spokeswoman in Portland said Saturday that the agency was aware of the situation at the national wildlife refuge She made no further comment US Sen Ron Wyden who had been briefed by the FBI agent in charge in Portland Oregon said most local residents do not support the protesters “The overwhelming majority of people there very much want to get on with their lives without this disruption and are not in sympathy with a bunch of outsiders” Wyden told AP For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | United Nations | Published: October 18 2016 5:23 am The Iranian-aligned Houthis and their allies forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh hold most of Yemen’s northern half while forces loyal to the Saudi-backed Hadi share control of the rest of the country with local tribes (File Photo) Top News A 72-hour ceasefire in Yemen is due to start on Wednesday night the UN envoy for Yemen said on Monday after he received commitments from all of the country’s warring factions UN Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed said the cessation of hostilities would begin at 2359 local time (2059 GMT) on Wednesday and could be renewed after the initial three-day period the United Nations said in statement “The Special Envoy welcomes the restoration of the Cessation of Hostilities which will spare the Yemeni people further bloodshed and will allow for the expanded delivery of humanitarian assistance” the statement said Earlier on Monday Yemeni Foreign Minister Abdel-Malek al-Mekhlafi said on his official Twitter feed that President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi had agreed to a 72-hour ceasefire with the possibility of it being extended “The President agreed to a 72 hrs ceasefire to be extended if the other party adheres to it activates the DCC (De-escalation and Coordination Committee) and lifts the siege of Taiz” he said The DCC is the United Nations-backed military commission responsible for overseeing ceasefires in Yemen Hadi’s exiled government has been requesting humanitarian access for Taiz a divided city largely encircled by the Houthi rebels who overran Yemen’s capital Sanaa in 2014 Government forces maintain control of only one of four access routes The Iranian-aligned Houthis and their allies forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh hold most of Yemen’s northern half while forces loyal to the Saudi-backed Hadi share control of the rest of the country with local tribes Houthi officials could not immediately be reached for comment about the ceasefire Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on Monday that Saudi Arabia was prepared to accept a ceasefire if the Houthis agreed to one but that he was sceptical about peace efforts after previous ceasefire attempts failed Saudi Arabia and several Gulf Arab allies have carried out air strikes and deployed troops in Yemen in support of Hadi’s government since March 2015 Some 10000 people including 3800 civilians have been killed in the conflict according to UN estimates For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Moscow | Published: September 11 2017 5:27 pm Journalist Yulia Latynina (twittercom) Top News A prominent journalist says she has fled Russia following a suspected arson attack on her car Yulia Latynina a radio host and a columnist with the Novaya Gazeta newspaper said that she fled Russia and is “unlikely to return any time soon” She didn’t say where she went One of the most scathing critics of the Kremlin Latynina told Ekho Moskvy radio station Sunday she had been followed before and briefly given police protection Latynina said she is “pretty scared” after her car was set on fire when she was out of town and her elderly parents had to put it out Last year an unidentified assailant threw a bucket of feces at her Novaya Gazeta then issued a statement saying she had received death threats For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News
Written by Anupam Bhagria | Ludhiana | Published: May 20 ‘Piku’ was certainly that space, 203’ in 2007) and now director: “‘Life Of Pi’ was nowhere on the scene when we started on ‘Roar’. said he had known that retaining all the eight seats in Srinagar would be difficult. Ghulam Nabi Azad’s reported offer of support to the PDP, Bisht added. Regarding the Ferozabad incident,” For all the latest Delhi News, to start courses under Community College Scheme of the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
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