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was won by the rival team, Darkness will last just under two minutes in Oregon, He said, 2015 7:42 pm Director Aanand L. it has not yet been branded any particular party’s voters.raid that killed the al Qaeda leader in Pakistan’s Abbottabad. at that time, Sanjay Pulipaka, Shanghai Institute for International Studies, Roja was a much sought after campaigner for both TDP and Congress due to her spicy rhetoric.But the same party leaders who patted her earlier could not stomach her lampooning them from the other side of the table in the Assembly and targeting Chandrababu Naidu It is a matter of relief for Roja that the year-long ban on attending Assembly ended onDecember 16 2016 and she is all set to enter the new Assembly premises for the Budget session at Amaravati next week “I have gone through the worst phase of my political career — ban for one year — for no fault of mine Even after tendering an apology the ruling party had targeted me with this kind of ill-treatment which speaks volumes for the women’s empowerment ofChandrababu Naidu” Roja told reporters last week [Note: There is a likelihood that Roja’s suspension from Assembly could be extended by another year by the Privileges Committee Roja had not appeared before the Disciplinary Committee of the Assembly to apologise for her comments on TDP MLA V Anitha and her apology was not considered "unconditional and satisfactory" by the Committee The Committee is likely to submit a report to the Assembly during the Budget session which begins on 7 March according to sources] When in TDP she let loose a fusillade against the Congress and its first family — Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi — to the delight of Chandrababu Naidu Similarly when she was in the Congress she lambasted TDP leaders and Naidu in typical Rayalaseema slang which made them furious “Your pants and dhotis will get wet when you see YSR’s picture That is why your (TDP) government has removed the great leader’s portrait” said Roja in September 2015 when the TDP MLAs wanted the late Chief Minister YS Rajashekhar Reddy’s life-size portrait to be removed from the Assembly lounge Earlier in March 2015 commenting on the hooliganism of some TDP MLAs in the Assembly she said: “What can they do to me They do not have the guts to rape me They may either kill me or file a case accusing me of atrocities on SCs and STs They cannot do anything more than that” Roja is irrepressible possibly because she has to be Her defense is that her utterances flow out effortlessly due to provocation by her political rivals “Whenever they provoke me I hit back involuntarily” she says Some of Roja’s equally acerbic remarks: “It is not enough to develop the body You should mature mentally” she told AP Labour Minister K Atcham Naidu “I did not beat my husband and go to a police station (to complain) like you (V Anitha a legislator) I did not sleep with all and sundry (like you)” she said on TDP MLA V Anitha who later filed a complaint against Roja for abusing a member of a scheduled caste “I will give you my sari Wear it Bonda” she told TDP MLA Bonda Umamaheswar Rao during an Assembly debate Asked why she too makes sexist and misogynistic remarks when she claims that she champions the cause of women empowerment Roja told Firstpost?
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many of whom say they have no homes to go back to. In the mid-1980s a girl born in Erbil the capital of South Kurdistan was named ‘Hind’ because her parents were fond of Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi Back then the radio airwaves sprayed Shammi Kapoor songs like confetti on Iraq’s war-torn air Without the glitter or glee or her younger days Hind now lives as a refugee on the outskirts of New Delhi along with her husband and daughters "Iused to live in Dora (South of Baghdad) and attended the University of Technology in Baghdad My fatherused to drive me back before noon because that was when the firing would start The United States Army lost over a thousand soldiers in my neighbourhood" she revealed The Islamic State now controls a territory larger than the United Kingdom with an estimated population of six million leaving many with no option but to run for their lives Hind isn’t the only one seeking refuge in India Up until last year there were 43 refugees and 28 asylum seekers from Syria and 304 refugees and 166 asylum seekers from Iraq registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) "I have completed a course in VFX (animation) from a private university Why can’t I get a job after paying for my education" she asked Middle Eastern restaurants in Delhi often display a life-size photograph of Beit Jabri an open courtyard café in Damascus that was built in 1737 Firstpost/Pallavi R Her husband Ahmad said his life was at imminent risk in Iraq and that is why despite holding a PhD and a multimedia degree he is living without a job in India "Everything is linked to the Aadhaar card now and we can’t even open bank accounts We transfer the school fees for our daughter through demand drafts and use our friends’ bank accounts" he said Faht Mohammad who is from Damascus says he came to India in 2006 to study engineering in Hyderabad The conflict erupted in 2011 and Faht’s family was displaced in Lebanon and in other places in Syria "The only reason to stay back here in India is that I’ll have to join the army in Syria and my life will be at risk After the Rohingya expulsion I feel unsafe because what if it’s our turn next How will we go back to Syria" he said "We wish much more than you do that we had homes to go back to in Syria" he added Faht who now works as a translator at a private hospital painfully revealed the story of how he lived on the streets for a year simply attemptingto secure his next meal A restaurant owner said Syrians working there complained of one major problem: Uncertainty Firstpost/Pallavi R Mohaab a Syrian who claims to have been a student of Jamia Millia Islamia has crossed the sea He toldFirstpost that his time in India was traumatic "I had applied for the Long Term Visa (LTV) which enables refugees to work to rent a house to book a hotel to buy a SIM card I was issued EXIT instead and I stayed for my last two years like a lost animal without any rights Though I have an MA from Jamia and other diplomas and work experience I was forced to work at a restaurant for long hours every day in order to survive" he said Like Mohaab working in Middle Eastern restaurants is helping many survive Firstpostlocated two restaurants in the capital where Syrian refugees workand heard their stories They pointed to menus that carried pictures of Warbat Bi Qeshteh (baklava) Syrian black coffee a yoghurt-based Kurdish preparation Kuba Labanya and the Foul Madammas the fava bean Middle Eastern breakfast dish One of the restaurants stands quietly on a big road watching Delhi’s residents go about their business It has a brightly-lit Shawarma station that attracts some The other restaurant is tucked away inside a one-star hotel in East Delhi Middle Eastern restaurants in Delhi often employ Syrian refugees as translators Firstpost/Pallavi R Both restaurants display a life-size photograph of Beit Jabri an open courtyard café in Damascus that was built in 1737 and is symbolic of good times for Syrians: It serves as an instant reminder of happy crowds playing backgammon and smoking the Lebanese ‘mazzah’ (water pipe); nostalgia inspires misery and also heals it The owner of the second restaurant who wished to remain anonymous told us that the Syrians working there complain of one major problem – uncertainty "They keep waiting for theForeigner Regional Registration Offices (FRRO) to grant them Long Term Stay Visas and the frustration of having to wait indefinitely takes a toll on their mental peace They speak of relatives in Germany in the Netherlands in other parts of the world Their problems are so different from ours" he said describing his daily solitude Nawaar a refugee from the outskirts of Damascus now lives around breezy palms in South India When asked about the problems faced by refugees in India he points to the lack of a law to govern and secure refugee lives Whatever help asylum seekers are getting from the government is on humanitarian grounds because India is not a signatory to the Geneva Convention Whatever help refugees are receiving from the government is on humanitarian grounds Firstpost/Pallavi R "In the past there have been cases like that of an Iranian gentleman and of a Palestinian gentlemen who went to court against an official decision of deportation in their respective cases but until and unless there is alaw that guarantees a refugee’s right to stay here people will remain insecure" Nawaar explained A refugee law will not only give them a legal right to live here but can also to a limited extent help them with improved access to work education and healthcare Through UNHCR’s sustained advocacy the refugees have some form of identification to hook their lives on A weak hook but a hook nonetheless As compared to the Burmese refugees who were largely agriculturalists back home Syrians and Iraqis tend to be more technically qualified and can communicate in English In the words of a refugee in Delhi who traced his roots to Basra located on the Shatt al-Arab between Kuwait and Iran "Being a refugee is like existing in acoma; even those who want to help us don’t know when and if at all we will rise" "Our children need an education By the time and if at all peace is restored in our homeland our children would have grown old without any knowledge or talent" said Ahmad a refugee Firstpost/Pallavi R (India is not a signatory to the 1951 Convention on Refugees It doesn’t have on its statute book a specific law to govern refugees The care and treatment of refugees falls under India’s Registration of Foreigners Act of 1939 the Foreigners Act of 1946 and the Foreigners Order of 1948 The Indian Evidence Act the Indian Penal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure apply to refugees who are living on Indian soil) Read part 1:Living in India a struggle but Myanmar is a threat to our existence say Chin migrants Read part 3:Driven from their land Afghan migrants find hope in football yoga and art Read part 4:Somalian migrants enjoy peace but deportation racial discrimination looms large Introduction to series:Centre’s decision to deport Rohingya has other Stateless migrants worried Written by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: September 22 2010 10:10 am Related News With Anjaana Anjaani and Aakrosh being rescheduledwith the former ahead by one weeka number of forthcoming films are likely to be pushed ahead as well Why clash with another biggie and divide the business Howeverproducer Madhu Mantena is sticking to the release date of both his movies Jhootha Hi Sahi (October 15) and Rakta Charitra – Part I (October 22) “I am not shifting ahead” said Madhuquashing rumours about Rakta Charitra – Part I getting shifted to a latter date In factthe film – Part I plans to spread to all regionswith an opening in three versions – HindiTamil and Teluguon the same date October 22 Meanwhilethe makers are ready with Rakt Charitra – Part II as well and will decide the release date once the first part has released It may be noted that many filmmakersfearing an adverse reactionhave decided not to release their films on September 24when the Allahabad High Court comes out with its verdict on the Babri Masjid – Ram Janambhoomi dispute For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRamban/Jammu: Seventeen Amarnath pilgrims were killed and 29 injured when a bus skidded off the Jammu-Srinagar national highway and rolled down into a deep nallah in the Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday officials said The deceased including two women belonged to Uttar Pradesh Bihar Rajasthan Assam Haryana and Madhya Pradesh they said Sixteen of the injured persons were critical the officials added Injured pilgrims and passengers being taken to hospital by the rescue team of IAF PTI "The 17th batch of Amarnath Yatra left from Bhagwati Nagar Jammu at 4:06 am today At 1:45 pm one of the SRTC buses met with a fatal accident and rolled down into a nallah near Nachilana army camp in the jurisdiction of Banihal Police Station" a police spokesman said The bus of Jammu and Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation (JKSRTC) was part of the convoy of vehicles carrying 3603 pilgrims from Jammu to twin base camps of Baltal and Pahalgam of pilgrimage to cave shrine of Amarnath in South Kashmir Himalayas Theinjured pilgrims were rescued and the bodies were retrieved in an operation launched by the Army the CPRF and police with the help of locals of the area he said As many as 20 injured pilgrims were airlifted to the Government Medical College (GMC) Hospital for treatment and eight were shifted to SKIMS hospital in Srinagar by ambulances he said However one of those injured succumbed at the GMCH he said adding that the death toll rose to 17 Two of those with minor injuries were discharged The bodies were airlifted to the GMC hospital Jammu for identification and for other legal and medical formalities Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed pain at the loss of lives of in the accident and announced an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh for the next of kin of those killed and Rs 50000 for the seriously injured "Extremely pained by the loss of lives of Amarnath Yatris due to a bus accident in Jammu Kashmir My thoughts are with the families of the deceased" Modi tweeted "I pray that those injured in the bus accident in J&K recover soon" the prime minister added The JKSRTC ordered an in-house inquiry into the road accident "An in-house inquiry committee has been constituted to look into the circumstances that led to this tragic accident involving an SRTC bus carrying the Amarnath yatris" its managing director Mir Afroz Ahmad said Defence minister Arun Jaitley home minister Rajnath Singh Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti expressed condolences at the loss of lives Home minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra and chief minister Mehboob Mufti and took stock of the situation officials said This is the second major tragedy to affect the Amarnath yatris this year Earlier on 10 July militants attacked a bus carrying pilgrims in which eight persons lost their lives The CRPF acted as the first responder at the accident site today as a team deployed in Ramban immediately rushed to there along with doctors ambulances and a Quick Action Team (QAT) a CRPF spokesman said "Once again the commitment of the CRPF was evident by their prompt action. 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