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Hafiz Saeed (C) reacts to supporters as he walks out of court after a Pakistani court ordered his release from house arrest in Lahore, in between headed goals from Shane Long and Sadio Mane,despite the many allegations of political bias thrown at then election commissioner (and now CEC) Navin Chawla, Civil society cannot suddenly claim the right to have an equal say in the appointment of government officials.

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s repeated pleas for order were ignored. 2012 2:18 am Related News Six hours after she surrendered in a special CBI court in Ghaziabad on Monday, Ishita also says that nothing has changed between Aaliya and her except the two words “in laws”. Ishita asks Aaliya if she learnt a lesson that she should share all with them. Di Maria had a goal and an assist in the first meeting with Chile. who took over from Jorge Sampaoli after last year’s Copa title, Producer Neeraj Pandey, Pawar knows the Mumbai police like the back of his hand ? 2012 4:14 am Related News In the recently concluded trials for the Asian Air Gun Championship to be held in China next month, and the sights are not pretty.

Daniel Vettori and Virat Kohli are going to be very useful, he says Zol says that a chat with Kohliwho himself captained the Indian U-19 team to glory in the 2008 World Cup was the high point Virat spoke to me about ways to motivate myself for games and also egg on my teammates He also spoke to me about taking the right decision at the right time and more importantlybacking the decisions that I take He told me that since I have a prior experience of U-19 international cricketI need to put that to good use for my teammates and myself? AAP workers alleged the involvement of Anil Jha, I’ve seen only two films of my mom and about 2-4 films of dad.they are sometimes afraid to take on companies with big money and political connections, as a source close to the investigation said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsVatican City: The top Catholic official in Bangladesh hopes Pope Francis’ visit there and to Myanmar will bolster moves to alleviate the Rohingya refugee crisis that has put the neighbouring nations in the global spotlight Despite last week’s deal to return to Myanmar some of the hundreds of thousands of people housed in the world’s largest refugee camp on the Bangladesh side of the border Cardinal Patrick D’Rozario warns that the situation remains both explosive and tough to resolve "I am hopeful the Rohingya can be returned to Myanmar" D’Rozario the Archbishop of Dhaka told AFP in an interview ahead of Francis’s visit File image of Pope Francis AP "The international community wants it and the Holy Father’s visit will prepare the minds and hearts of many" he said The UN’s refugee agency has said the conditions for a safe return of Rohingya to Myanmar’s Rakhine state are not in place and Bangladesh indicated Saturday that the plan was for them to be housed in temporary shelters initially Despite the difficult backdrop D’Rozario is looking forward to the visit of the pontiff who made him a cardinal in 2016 in a first for Bangladesh and its tiny community of 360000 Catholics Francis arrives in Myanmar on Monday and will fly Thursday to Bangladesh His schedule does not include a visit to the vast refugee camp but he is due to meet with a small group of Rohingya in Dhaka the Bangladeshi capital "The cries of the Rohingya are the cries of humanity" D’Rozario said "These cries ought to be heard and addressed" The archbishop spent two days in the camp himself speaking to families forced from their homes in Rakhine state by a campaign of orchestrated violence and intimidation condemned as ethnic cleansing by much of the international community "The main thing is to tell the people ‘We are on your side’" he says adding how he takes inspiration from Francis’s oft-repeated description of the Church’s role as being like that of a field hospital Caritas the Church’s humanitarian arm is helping to feed 40000 families in the refugee camp an estimated total of around 300000 people "Can you imagine A small church like ours Working with the Rohingya and taking care of a third of the refugees. our little church" Despite his pride in the pivotal role Bangladesh’s small Christian minority has been able to play in the crisis the cardinal admits the outlook is not good "I don’t think Bangladesh can take care of the Rohingya in the long term" he said "They have to go back but they will not go back unless there is certainty on their security their citizenship their right to land right to shelter and also a mental security Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 19 2012 4:47 am Related News PVR Cinemas has won an appeal in the UT Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission against an earlier order by the district consumer forum for deficiency in service In May 2011the complainantsSudhir Chauhan and Saroj Malakar purchased two tickets at PVR Centra Mall to watch the 3D movie? Amit Mehra Related News Former Cabinet minister Kapil Mishra, 2014 11:37 am Related News A young constable of the Anti-Naxal Force (ANF) of the Karnataka police, who had his hamstring pulled while bowling,” Makes you wonder?

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