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But if they refuse,the civic administration is set to take stringent action against tenants and owners of properties designated as dangerous for habitation if they refuse to repair or evacuate such buildings.

Meena’s daughter Baby Nainika, not just men and women, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma around? There’s no comic element in my next outing. ? We’ve not yet come to what that might be, Trinamool is not relenting.All district and taluka offices have been instructed to designate a special officer in their respective jurisdictions to ensure that the complaints received over the toll-free number get resolved within reasonable time, said a senior department official The official added that the service will guide the callerstake their complaints and pass it to the officials concerned The department recently passed an order observing that the food supply given to the PDS shops are misused and often diverted to open markets To stop thisthe department has asked taluka and zonal civil supply officials to take photo and record biometric details of all the shopkeepers and forward it to store managers to cross check their details Officials have also been directed to issue photo identity cards to the PDS permit holders For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: September 9 2017 10:32 am A Rohingya man carrying his belongings approaches the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Bandarban an area under Cox’s Bazar authority Bangladesh (Reuters) Top News Don’t expect the United States to step in and resolve what is increasingly being describing as an ethnic cleansing campaign against Myanmar’s downtrodden Rohingya Muslims Not wanting to undermine the Asian country’s democratic hero the US is cautiously criticizing what looks like a forced exodus of more than a quarter-million Rohingya in the last two weeks as Myanmar’s military responds with hammer force to insurgent attacks But neither the Trump administration nor lawmakers are readying sanctions or levying real pressure on Aung San Suu Kyi’s government And a bill making its way through Congress even talks about enhancing US-Myanmar military cooperation “Further normalization of the military-to-military relationship with Burma is the last thing we should be doing right now” said Walter Lohman Asia program director at the right-leaning Heritage Foundation “What a terrible signal to be sending” Human rights groups are equally appalled The UN says 270000 Rohingya have fled from Myanmar the country also known as Burma into neighboring Bangladesh since Aug 25 It is the biggest flight of the long-suppressed minority in a generation The Rohingya are denied citizenship in Myanmar and widely hated by majority Buddhists who regard them as illegal immigrants although many have lived in the ethnically diverse Southeast Asian nation for generations The US Holocaust Memorial Museum which has previously warned of the risk of a genocide in Myanmar says the widespread destruction of homes and villages suggests “an effort to ethnically cleanse the region of its Rohingya population and to prevent their eventual return” Refugees International accuses the military of blocking life-saving aid and rights abuses “which we believe amount to ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity” It called for re-imposition of sanctions targeting military officials such as visa bans and asset freezes and international accountability for officers implicated in wrongdoing Although the US has long led the international effort to address human rights abuses and bring democracy to Myanmar the prospects of Washington leading a new pressure campaign appear slim US officials are leery of undermining the weak civilian government of Suu Kyi which took office last year ending five decades of ruinous army rule The military remains politically powerful and oversees security operations but Suu Kyi is still seen by Washington as key to sustaining civilian rule and eventually addressing the Rohingya’s long-term grievances Last year she invited an international commission led by former UN chief Kofi Annan to help her government address the sectarian tensions Another obstacle: Re-imposing even limited sanctions on abusive military officials would probably require new legislation or executive action In the past five years as Myanmar took steps toward democracy President Barack Obama and Congress almost entirely waived or ended the once-formidable array of US restrictions including a blanket ban on investment in Myanmar and business dealings with the military Myanmar’s transition was a high priority for Obama and a prized foreign policy achievement Not so for President Donald Trump He has shown little interest in getting involved Asked if was concerned about Myanmar’s violence White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Friday that Trump was “aware of the situation” She said she wasn’t aware if Trump has spoken to Suu Kyi since becoming president US diplomats are more engaged UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said in a statement Friday that Washington is “deeply troubled” by reports of attacks against innocent civilians She urged security forces to respect civilians The US Embassy in Yangon is discussing the situation with civilian and military authorities and calling for an end to violence and access for humanitarian groups and journalists the State Department said Lack of access has made it hard to verify the situation on the ground But the department has indicated new sanctions aren’t being prepared on a nation it now considers a “partner” not an adversary “As partners now we can encourage we can facilitate we can assist” said Patrick Murphy a senior US diplomat for Southeast Asia “That’s what we’re trying to do” Gentle persuasion doesn’t appear to be working Republican and Democratic lawmakers traditionally in the vanguard of Myanmar policy have denounced the military’s conduct and strongly urged intervention by Suu Kyi a Nobel Peace laureate who has courted unprecedented criticism for dismissing the crisis as a misinformation campaign In a letter to Suu Kyi Rep Ed Royce the House Foreign Affairs Committee’s Republican chairman said atrocities against Rohingya “must end” or bilateral relations will be affected Republican Sen John McCain urged Suu Kyi _ who spent nearly 15 years under house arrest _ to condemn atrocities Rohingya have suffered at the hands of the same military that long oppressed her Beneath the rhetoric there are wrinkles A defense spending bill due to be taken up by Senate next week could expand restricted ties with Myanmar’s military A draft of the bill opposed by some lawmakers allows for courses and workshops on issues like maritime security peacekeeping and combating human trafficking McCain’s office didn’t respond to questions about whether the bill’s language might change He chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee A separate resolution he is co-sponsoring describes the situation in bleak terms “Brutal and methodical reprisal by the Burmese military on villages” has been carried out it says “with helicopters firing on civilians razing villages with petrol bombs and front line troops cutting off families’ escape routes” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shiv Sahay Singh | Kolkata | Published: March 5 2011 3:02 am Related News With Trinamool Congress in no mood to accede to the state Congresss demand for one-third seatsthe question is how much of a climbdown the Congress will end up accepting The Congress high command is harping on keeping the alliance with Trinamool intactbut state leaders are giving hints that they will have to accept whatever Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee offers around 60-65 seats in the Assembly Other than one-third of 294 seats – that comes to 98 the Congress has demanded one seat from each parliamentary constituency and an equal division of good and bad seats According to a report prepared by state leadersthe 294 Assembly seats have been divided into good and bad It has dubbed 193 seats good seats and 101 difficult to win The Congress wants one-third of each kind As for its demand for seats from each parliamentary constituencyCongress leaders said that in the 2009 Parliament electionsthe Congress did not get any seat in North and South 24 ParganasBurdwanEast MidnaporeWest MidnaporeHooghlyHowrah and Kolkata This had reportedly done great damage to the party base and thereforethe Congress was pressing for representation in all constituencies The Congress got about 1375 per cent votes in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections while in the 2006 Assembly elections it got 1471 per cent votes Howeverdespite the negotiationsplans and homeworkthe stand of both the parties was evident from the statements given by state Congress chief Manas Bhunia and Mamata before leaving for Delhi to give final touches to the seat-sharing deal We are the state unit of a national party We have submitted our proposal after discussing with the district president Our high command will take a final call and we will abide by it? 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