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which rode to power in 2014 on the anti-corruption wave against the Congress.Kejriwal showed some documents and a laptop seized during the Income Tax raid at the Birla Group in 2013 during which huge stash of unaccounted cash was also recovered. a relatively moderate cleric within Iran’s theocratic government,according to AP The protests then rapidly spread throughout the rest of the country of 80 million people Iranians vented their anger over a sharp increase in prices of basic items like eggs and a government proposal to increase fuel prices in next year’s budget Some protesters also vented their rage over high unemployment and savings that were lost after investments in unlicensed credit and financial institutions turned sour The demonstrations initially focused on economic hardships and alleged corruption turned into political rallies Anger was soon directed at the clerical leadership in power since the 1979 revolution including Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei the ultimate authority in Iran’s system of dual clerical and republican rule What do the protesters want Reuters reported that Iranians across the country want higher wages and an end to alleged graft Many also question the wisdom of Iran’s foreign policy in West Asia where it has intervened in Syria and Iraq in a battle for influence with rival Saudi Arabia The country’s financial support for Palestinians and the Lebanese Hezbollah also angered Iranians who want their government to focus on domestic economic problems instead The wide spectrum of slogans showed that the wave of demonstrations cover a range of social classes who have different demands How has the Iranian government responded Rouhani tried to dismiss and downplay the protests taking across the country CNN reported that in a meeting with Iranian members of parliament on Monday he said "Our great nation has witnessed a number of similar incidents in the past and has comfortably dealt with them This is nothing" "Our nation will deal with this minority who chant slogans against the law and people’s wishes and insult the sanctities and values of the revolution" While acknowledging that Iranians have the right to protest legally he urged for national unity the CNN report said President Hassan Rouhani speaks in a cabinet meeting in Tehran AP On Sunday Iran blocked access to Instagram and the popular messaging app Telegram used by activists to organise According to the BBC restrictions to access Telegram and Instagram apps were imposed to ‘maintain tranquillity’ In Iran Telegram and Instagram as well as Twitter have been instrumental in sharing information when traditional media outlets are tightly controlled by the government Protesters have been extensively using Telegram and Instagram to organise and promote the offline demonstrations Iran has also warned that protesters will "pay the price" after mass demonstrations across the country took place in which dozens were arrested and official buildings attacked Videos shared on social media showed thousands marching in towns and cities throughout Iran overnight "Those who damage public property disrupt order and break the law must be responsible for their behaviour and pay the price" interior minister Abdolrahman Rahmani Fazli said on state television Police also arrested 52 people after Thursday’s protests the semi-official news agency Fars quoted a judicial official as saying in Mashhad according to Reuters In social media footage riot police can be seen using water cannon and tear gas to disperse crowds How did other countries respond US president Donald Trump who has repeatedly criticised Tehran over demonstrations said it was "time for a change" and that Iran’s people were "hungry" for freedom Iran is failing at every level despite the terrible deal made with them by the Obama Administration The great Iranian people have been repressed for many years They are hungry for food & for freedom Along with human rights the wealth of Iran is being looted TIME FOR CHANGE — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 1 2018 He also condemned the arrest of protesters in Iran telling Tehran that "the world is watching" He tweeted "Many reports of peaceful protests by Iranian citizens fed up with regime’s and its squandering of the nation’s wealth to fund terrorism abroad" The European Union Monday pushed Iran to guarantee the right to protest and separately British foreign secretary Boris Johnson said "the UK is watching events in Iran closely" "We believe that there should be meaningful debate about the legitimate and important issues the protesters are raising and we look to the Iranian authorities to permit this" Johnson said in a statement Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised Iranian anti-government protesters on Monday while denying as "laughable" Tehran’s apparent accusations that Israel was behind the demonstrations according to Reuters "Brave Iranians are pouring into the streets They seek freedom They seek justice They seek the basic liberties that have been denied them for decades Iran’s cruel regime wastes tens of billions of dollars spreading hate" he said On Monday Rouhani was quoted by state media as apparently blaming Iran’s arch enemies the United States and Israel for provoking unrest German foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel also said in a statement that "after the confrontation of the past days it is all the more important for all sides to refrain from violent action" according to AP Meanwhile the Russian foreign ministry said that any external interference in the situation is unacceptable reported IANS With inputs from agencies By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: August 30 2016 4:07 pm Actor Irrfan Khan is likely to be part of the sequel to 2007 hit “Life In A Metro” Top News Actor Irrfan Khan is likely to be part of the sequel to 2007 hit “Life In A Metro” Anurag Basu directed “Life in a Metro” narrated the story of nine people living in Mumbai and dealt with issues like extra-marital affairs love heart breaks and modern-day struggles in an urban life The musical drama set in Mumbai got good response from the audience “We are still working on the script The sequel will have a completely different story We are not carrying forward the story of the couples There will be four love stories set in Mumbai It’s too early for us to reveal details about it” sources said The film had an ensemble cast of Dharmendra Nafisa Ali Shilpa Shetty Shiney Ahuja Kay Kay Menon Kangana Ranaut Sharman Joshi Konkona Sen Sharma and Irrfan Khan “The sequel will also have an ensemble cast We are in talks with actors but no one is locked yet From the first part we are in talks with Irrfan There is a verbal commitment from him” sources said The film had soulful music which was composed by Pritam and it had memorable songs like “Alvida” “Baatein Kuch Ankahein Si” “In Dino” “O Meri Jaan” “Pritam will do the music for the sequel” the source added The sequel will go on floors in December but the makers are yet to finalise a release date For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: December 31 2016 4:41 am Top News Director General of Police PC Thakur a 1979 -batch IPS officer will retire on Saturday Thakur has been without a posting since September after his posting as Director General Fire Services Civil Defence and Home Guards New Delhi was announced in April He he never joined that post and in September after his posting was cancelled he wrote to the government to take him back with “honour” However he remained without a post Top sources in the police department said that “Thakur had also rejected his farewell party which was planned by senior officers” Despite repeated attempts Thakur didn’t respond to phone calls A senior officer said that Thakur will be given a post for a day as part of formality on Saturday ENS For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aranya Shankar | Delhi | Published: January 20 2016 2:39 am Related News As many as 40 Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) activists led by Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) vice-president Sunny Dedha allegedly vandalised Kirori Mal College (KMC) Principal Dinesh Khattar’s office Tuesday after failing to get permission to host an event on the college premises An FIR was later registered against Dedha and others at the Maurice Nagar police station “An FIR has been registered against Sunny Dedha and several unnamed persons under provisions of the Indian Penal Code and Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act The investigation is underway” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) Madhur Verma Khattar said that Dedha had been seeking permission for the event since a few days “Dedha had been visiting my office for two-three days asking for permission to hold a cultural event on the college ground in the beginning of March I had refused saying that the ground was being renovated and he should ask other colleges for permission to hold the event but he refused to budge Today he refused to take no for an answer and started vandalising my office” said Khattar “I had called him at 2 pm so that I could get him to meet other faculty members with whose consensus the decision was taken that the college ground would not be given for the event We tried to explain this to him but Dedha and the others broke several things in my room including a glass top table chairs a printer and even clay pots I immediately informed the police” he added Pramod Shastri the director of physical education who said he was present during the incident said “All the grass in our ground has been burnt so we are not allowing any activities there Even college students are not being allowed to hold events… why does a DUSU event have to be held on college premises” However Dedha claimed that he had had an argument with Khattar and the others but he and his fellow ABVP activists had not indulged in any kind of vandalism “Nobody broke anything or even touched any item We were simply asking the principal why he could not renovate the grounds later and give it to us for our event in March There was a quarrel over that and we left” he said Dedha added “This was my second visit to the college and that too only because the principal asked me to come I am not mad that I will go there again on my own There are several colleges that we can approach for our event” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 31 2016 2:14 am People outside the school after hearing the news of the child’s death Manoj Kumar Top News Bijwasan MLA Colonel Devinder Sehrawat Saturday wrote to Education Minister Manish Sisodia urging him to cancel the licence issued to Ryan International School Vasant Kunj and to seal a swimming pool on the premises that allegedly uses Delhi Jal Board’s (DJB) drinking water supplied via an “illegal” connection Following the death of a Class I student at the school Saturday Sehrawat sought strict action against the errant officials responsible for providing the connection Share This Article Related Article Sehrawat wrote that while the student had died after falling into an underground water tank a five-year-old student from a municipal school in Kapashera had died on January 27 after falling into an open sewer He added that he had filed a PIL in the Delhi High Court against the Kapashera incident accusing the school staff municipal corporation contractors from the Najafgarh zone and the zone’s deputy commissioner of negligence He also sought that action be taken against them “Today’s incident was reported from a reputed private school in South Delhi Parents are concerned over the safety of their children” he wrote For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News a cleric who unsuccessfully challenged Rouhani in last year’s election. the political recognition at the highest level that resolving the liability and tracking issues would not only pave the way for implementing the civil nuclear agreement but would also give a boost to the overall bilateral relationship was critical in making what seemed the impossible, India’s state-run re-insurer, This is part of our culture. 2017 20:02:57 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.and also by fighting it overtly now.there is an urgent need to intensify efforts in India for a national consensus on resolution of the Kashmir dispute.

Sunrisers Hyderabad player Naman Ojha addressing media.Hinduja Hospital, In 2009, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBreaking? the 24-year-old born in Johannesburg,” he says when asked about whether he had ambitions to play for South Africa post that series.on his face. It was on the day of one of those board meetings, They exploited reverse swing better than us. I am certainly very hopeful of playing tomorrow.

unlike previous years when paying the bill left the family bankrupt. No doubt, In case we are being too harsh on our journalist colleagues, Autocratic governments seem to seize the initiative and do much better. I wonder whether Mr Modi hates Pakistan more or the AAP, By: Reuters | Published: August 9, For all the latest Sports News, two players per team were tested by FIFA anti-doping officers after each of the competition’s 16 matches, For all the latest Chandigarh News,100 resident doctors of Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) have decided to go on a hunger strike while at work on Monday to protest against the alleged manhandling of a doctor by an operation theatre (OT) technician.

09), download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Husain Haqqani | Updated: May 19,of how people can heal,should we say.

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