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Sukanya Kushwaha,The court was today informed that a new statue of Buddha has not been installed and that patch-up work has been done with the damaged statue. said H S Jainthe petitioners counsel For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Turkish government dismissed nearly 1400 military personnel for suspected links to a cleric it blames for an attempted coup state media said on Sunday hours after President Tayyip Erdogan announced sweeping changes to the armed forces The expulsions are the latest attempt by Erdogan to bring Turkey’s military – long seen as the guardians of the secular republic – firmly under government control On Saturday he said he planned to shut down existing military academies and put the armed forces under the command of the Defence Ministry Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks after an emergency meeting of the government in Ankara Turkey(AP Photo) State-run Anadolu Agency said on Sunday that 1389 military personnel had been dismissed for suspected links to the US based cleric Fethullah Gulen who is accused by Turkey of orchestrating the 15 July failed putsch Gulen who lives in self-imposed exile in the United States has denied the charges and condemned the coup Earlier this week more than 1700 military personnel were dishonourably discharged for their role in the putsch which saw a faction of the armed forces commandeer tanks helicopters and warplanes in an attempt to topple the government Erdogan has said 237 people were killed and more than 2100 wounded Erdogan who narrowly escaped capture and possible death on the night of the coup told Reuters in an interview last week that the military NATO’s second-biggest needed "fresh blood" The dishonourable discharges included about 40 percent of Turkey’s admirals and generals So far more than 60000 people in the military judiciary civil service and schools have been either detained removed or suspended over suspected links with Gulen Turkey’s Western allies condemned the attempted coup but have been rattled by the scale of the resulting crackdown The aggressive cuts to the military come when it is stretched by heavy fighting with Kurdish insurgents in the mainly Kurdish southeast and threats from Islamic State militants at its border with Syria Turkey’s military is a member of the US led coalition against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria Its Incirlik Air Base is used by coalition forces for missions against Islamic State Incirlik Security Security was tight in the immediate area around Incirlik on Sunday Turkish security sources said before an expected visit by the US chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joseph Dunford While there were rumours on social media that security forces were at the ready on worries about another coup attempt a US military spokesman at the base said they had not seen an increased Turkish police presence "It’s business as usual here" he said without giving his name "We are not seeing anything like that" Incirlik has seen some scattered protests in the days since the coup as pro-government supporters have called on the United States to extradite Gulen Washington says it would only do so if it has clear evidence Erdogan meanwhile has said it was "shameful" that Western countries showed more interest in the fate of the plotters than in standing with a fellow NATO member and has upbraided Western leaders for not visiting after the coup attempt In an unexpected move he has said that as a one-off gesture he would drop all lawsuits filed against people for insulting him He said the decision was triggered by feelings of "unity" against the coup attempt It could also be aimed at silencing his Western critics Prosecutors have opened more than 1800 cases against people for insulting Erdogan since he became president in 2014 the justice minister has said Those targeted include journalists cartoonists and even children It was not immediately clear whether Erdogan would also drop his legal action against German comedian Jan Boehmermann who earlier this year recited a poem on television suggesting Erdogan engaged in bestiality and watched child pornography prompting the president to file a complaint with German prosecutors that he had been insulted Public Sector The number of public sector workers removed from their posts since the coup attempt is now more than 66000 including some 43000 people in education Anadolu reported on Friday Interior Minister Efkan Ala said more than 18000 people had been detained over the failed coup and that 50000 passports had been cancelled The labour ministry said it was investigating 1300 staff over their possible involvement Erdogan has said that Gulen harnessed his extensive network of schools charities and businesses built up in Turkey and abroad over decades to create a "parallel state" that aimed to take over the country The government is now going after Gulen’s network of schools and other institutions abroad Since the coup Somalia has shut two schools and a hospital believed to have links to Gulen and other governments have received similar requests from Ankara although not all have been willing to comply Written by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: November 14 2015 1:11 am RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav Related News WHILE THE Samajwadi Party is said to be reconsidering to unite with the Mahagathbandhan after its landslide victory in Bihar polls Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad will be campaigning for the Mulayam Singh Yadav-led party for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls in 2017 Lalu has already announced to visit Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi next month “where he would search with the help of his ‘lantern’ (RJD symbol) the development promised” during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls” Besides undertaking a tour of the city as well as Jayapur village — adopted by PM under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana – Lalu will also address a public meeting there The Congress too has announced to give a warm welcome to Lalu in Varanasi Share This Article Related Article RJD’s national general secretary Ashok Singh who is also state party president claims that their objective to support SP is to ensure the defeat of BJP in upcoming Assembly polls The party’s Uttar Pradesh unit that had been sidelined for the past several years got a major morale boost after the Bihar poll victory “Bihar results proved that Lalu ji has acceptability among the masses We are going to turn it into a wave against BJP across the country It will begin from UP where the party will work to strengthen SP in 2017 Assembly polls” said Ashok Singh In order to achieve that Singh said “The party will show its significance in the state by holding agitations against the Modi government and other events in which ministers from Bihar will also take part We have to create an anti-BJP atmosphere in UP and then support SP” Further he said the RJD has activated its cadre in the state and various former MPs and MLAs associated with the party have been asked to start movements using the party symbol In 2012 Assembly elections the RJD had contested on four seats but suffered a complete washout Singh added that RJD and other constituents of the Grand Alliance regard Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) in great esteem and both Lalu and Nitish Kumar had conveyed this in their first press conference after the Bihar poll results Asked whether RJD will contest UP Assembly polls in 2017 Singh said “To remove arrogant BJP from power it is necessary that our votes are not divided at any cost It is not necessary that RJD contests in UP but it will surely strengthen SP because it is ruling in the state under the able leadership of Akhilesh Yadav” Admitting that law and order situation in UP was a cognizable issue Singh claimed that a lot of development work has also been done by the Akhilesh government which was a plus point for SP against the “communal and caste” agenda of BJP SP had contested 146 seats in the Bihar polls after walking out from the Grand Alliance but failed to win any seat However the RJD state chief said “Party will move on to reunite SP JD(S) NCP INLD and others to develop an alliance against the BJP” Meanwhile SP leader Shivpal Yadav has said that they would welcome the the RJD chief here as a ‘samdhi’ (relative) Mulayam’s grandnephew had married RJD chief’s daughter earlier this year an event which saw the most powerful political families of UP and Bihar coming together “The people of Bihar has given him (Lalu) the mandate The voters have exposed the BJP government at the Centre and Modiji of his fake promises on the development plank” Shivpal said On being asked how would Lalu distinguish the work done by the SP government from that of the Centre in the constituency Shivpal said “Our (SP government) works are clearly visible we have carried a lot of development work in three and half years of our rule but where is the work of the Central government here The Centre has not even transferred the share of UP government We have spent more then Rs 1000 crore on the infrastructure in the city But the Centre’s much-publicised Ganga rejuvenation and smart-city projects have not even took off” he alleged On the possible tie-up between RJD and the SP in the 2017 elections Shivpal said that the “matter rests with the top leadership” For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 7 2016 3:51 am Related News FORMER INDIAN Hockey captain and the sitting SAD MLA from Jalandhar Cantonment Pargat Singh was allegedly assaulted by a youth at the market in Sector 9 on Tuesday night Pargat sustained a fracture in his little finger The youth identified as Kamaldeep a resident of Sector 22 was arrested but later released on bail According to police the incident took place at around 9 pm when Pargat Singh and his wife had gone to the market “The couple got back in their vehicle but could not leave the parking lot as the accused Kamaldeep had wrongly parked his Toyota Innova Kamaldeep was also consuming liqour in his vehicle When Pargat Singh requested him to move his car Kamaldeep misbehaved with him and his wife A scuffle took place and the accused assaulted the MLA” an investigating police official said The accused was caught and taken to GMSH-16 for a medical examination which allegedly confirmed that he was under the influence of alcohol A case has been registered against Kamaldeep under sections 325 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt) 341 (wrongful restraint) and 294 (doing obscene act in public place) of the IPC Kamaldeep as per police is pursuing a diploma course For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Yoginder K Alagh | New Delhi | Published: June 30 2009 4:50 pm Related News The PM will meet BRIC representativesincluding the Russiansat the G8 meetings We go down memory lane in the years of Perestroika In the late-eighties Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi met Gorbachev In a somewhat spontaneous gesture it was decided that Indo-Soviet trade would be doubled Back home I was asked to negotiate I remonstrated since we were in liberalisation modeour trade was being restructured and in factbilateral trade would go down It was decided that we would put Indo-Soviet trade on the reform mode since the Soviets were also restructuring I was sent to Moscow I knew Satyen Pitroda since I was a student at Penn and in facthad attended his wedding in Chicago in the mid-sixties He was building India’s communication network from scratch in his C Dot and I asked him if he would come with me since his Soviet experience would have been limited He agreed and was a hit with the Soviets with Gorbachev even asking him to build a rehabilitation network online when a massive earthquake hit them In Moscow we were to suggest to the Soviets to put Indo-Soviet trade on the fast track of reform and in factthe rupee was one of the currencies they placed in the basket when they allowed free trade of a part of foreign exchange earnings in the free market mode and for some time there were two exchange rates for the Rupee and the Rouble I asked our Mumbai-based financial institutions to work out arrangements with them and IDBI hosted them royally but we got to learn that their central banking and financial markets were weak In Moscow we wereof coursenegotiating the items which were to carry on to the Russian post-Soviet Union periodthe light water reactors and geo stationary technologybut also wanted an understanding of the reforms they were undertaking Gorbachev had put together in Moscow his most talented menlargely in their mid-forties They were technocratsthe man who was modernising the Siberian communication links and so on My counterpart was an electronics engineer trained in the US I am not sure butI thinkin one of the pictures taken in Leningrad a much-younger Putin is there with Pitroda and me When it was time to give the customary dinner and I was discussing it with Kaul Sahebour Ambassadorit suddenly struck me that we could invite all of them It wasn’t strictly in keeping with protocol but B K Chaturvediwho was compeering our group and was Joint Secretary thenarranged it They all came to the Ashoka Restaurant in Moscow and it was quite an event I was to meet them again and again in Delhi and Moscow during return visits I was to see the spirit sagging from these extraordinary men Somehow the Soviets didn’t build the institutions to support these men who were chosen to spearhead their reform When the Rajiv Gandhi Government fell I resigned from the Planning Commissionsince I felt that it was a political appointment although some take the view that it is a technocratic post I was invited to work in the World Institute of Development Research (WIDER) at Helsinkiwhere I wrote my book on development planning and policy Jeffrey Sachs was working on Soviet reform there with a large grant the Finns had put up and I was asked if I would help I politely declined because I felt that the situation was too volatile and I was right I was again in Moscow just before the fall of the Soviet Union and bought a painting which the Herald Tribune had featured as a part of Glasnost since in the Arbat Street the Soviets allowed free art It is a cherished possession since it carries the painter’s nameArbat and the date August 1991 I was to go again in 1992 and see a very proud people suffer with the strength only a great civilisation can provide They are out of it now and the older ones perhaps have a bit of a soft corner for the memories of their democratic Indian friends For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonal Gera | New Delhi | Published: September 3 2015 5:25 pm Dr Nene speaks at length about the relationship he shares with his wife Madhuri his own transition from the self-helping and self-sufficient life in Denver US to Mumbai India and about his own singing talent Related News “I remember my kids were watching ‘Koyla’ when I was just about to leave my home When I came back I found a note stuck on one of my kid’s computers It said: ‘Mom why were you acting so funny in Koyla’” were Madhuri Dixit’s words when she visited Google Headquarters last month and attended a ‘Talks At Google’ session The ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’ actress arrived with her husband and Cardio-Thoracic surgeon Dr Sriram Nene In one of the rare appearances that he makes Dr Nene spoke at length about the relationship he shares with his wife Madhuri his own transition from the self-helping and self-sufficient life in Denver US to Mumbai India and about his own singing talent After having launched her own dancing tutorial website the actress recently came out with her own mobile application ‘Dance with Madhuri’ The couple talked about this app too and also about the importance of dance in life Adding to how her kids feel about her movies Madhuri Dixit continued “Another instance was when they watched ‘Gulaab Gang’ There is a scene in the movie where I raise my arm and speak a dialogue My kids were imitating for so long after that In short this is how I am treated at my home” When asked about her transition from super stardom to a homemaker Madhuri says “In India you are so dependent on your maid servants You can leave everything on them but in USA you have to cook clean up buy groceries everything on your own I remember when the first time I went grocery shopping in US my heart was thumping But then I felt so good It’s a feeling of freedom here” Dr Nene also spoke about his first reaction when he met Madhuri “You know the film industry here is crazy So I didn’t know how she would be when I first heard of her But then I met her brother; he was so grounded and humble And then I met her” quips Dr Nene “After we met he asked ‘will you come mountain biking with me.

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