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Nauni,president of the Lohia Vahini (an SP frontal organisation), For all the latest Lucknow News, As part of their curriculum they are taken to various institutes of agriculture in the country. They took keen interest and their queries were answered by officials of CIPHET.Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: August 12 2010 5:34 am Related News On the directions issued by the Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee (CPCC),director Michel Hazanavicius takes you back to the silent,from rags to riches and back to rags. The state government has also suggested that municipal corporations reserve 50 per cent space for women and children in these shelters.

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with the owners saying they just signed papers and cheques as he said. Police suspect a major admission racket behind the case as the two were operating through a properly registered company called Siddhivinayak Educational Services under the Shop Act.Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 14 which has been controlled by the opposition since it won a landslide victory in elections in late 2015.” Corrales said. according to the findings of a UN board of inquiry released.The board set up by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon found that the mission “failed to manage the crisis effectively” when its base in the northeastern town of Malakal came under attack on February 17 and 18 About 30 people sheltering in the Malakal base were killed in the violence and 123 injured The board said there was a “combination of causes” that led to the violence including tensions between Shilluk Dinka and Nuer ethnic groups who make up the 48000 people living at the Malakal camp It concluded that it was “highly likely” that government forces planned the attack or at the very least supported local militia “to facilitate the ethnic reconfiguration of Malakal” The violence erupted just hours after UN peacekeepers had confiscated weapons from two men trying to break into the UN base During questioning the men identified themselves as government soldiers After clashes erupted targeting the Dinka sector South Sudan soldiers stormed an entrance to the base Some 30 minutes later peacekeepers on guard duty found themselves “unable to stop the intruders” and “abandoned their positions” the board said in a summary of its report released to the press A UN commander ordered troops to “engage the SPLA troops by firing back on them and (said) that under no condition should SPLA soldiers” enter the main base The SPLA is the Sudan People’s Liberation Army originally part of a guerrilla movement but now the country’s regular army Watch Video: What’s making news “Some troop commanders hesitated about the use of lethal force and sought written authorization for it” the report added The order was reissued by the mission’s headquarters in Juba and about two hours later the peacekeepers began an operation to push the gunmen out of the base The board also found that the peacekeepers failed to quickly repair a breach in a fence that could have been used to smuggle weapons into the camp “This combination of inaction abandonment of post and refusal to engage made the situation harder to contain and contributed to the negative effects of the incident” the inquiry found Malakal is one of eight UN bases providing a haven since the war in South Sudan began in late 2013 The bases sheltering around 200000 people are protected by razor wire and no weapons are allowed in them For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

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