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Known as ‘El Nino’ (The Kid), For one week in May 2013, but to attract the electorate to the burning issues.We are not taken seriously but the thousands of votes mustered by us in the past substantiate our token acceptance by the public" averred Bhaudariya who disclosed that he in fact admires Kejriwal "With heavy-weight opponents in the fray our voice gets amplified" he said justifying the stand of taking on political bigwigs PTI Rajshahi Bangladesh:Days after his colleague was butchered by Islamist extremists at their university in Bangladesh Mahbub Alam answered a call from a mystery number that made his blood run cold "The person on the other side of the line said to me: ‘Your life has come to an end You’ve gone too far Wait and see what happens to you’" said Alam a professor of public administration at Rajshahi University "I’ve never been connected to any type of activity except teaching I’ve no idea what I’ve done to receive such a threat "It’s OK when someone confronts you face-to-face But if someone attacks you from behind what can you do except live in fear" A man holds a portrait of Bangladeshi professor Rezaul Karim Siddique who was hacked to death by unidentified attackers in Rajshahi AFP Normally a hive of activity the university campus has been largely deserted since English professor Rezaul Karim Siddique was hacked to death late last month while walking from his home to a bus stop His attackers ambushed the 58-year-old from behind before flaying him with machetes in broad daylight nearly severing his neck in the process It was the latest in a string of gruesome murders carried out by Islamist extremists in the last three years with other victims including secular bloggers and members of the mainly Muslim country’s religious minorities Extremist target But professors teaching at Rajshahi in northwestern Bangladesh which has a reputation as one of the country’s most liberal universities have been a target of extremists for more than a decade Four have been killed since 2004 while more than 50 teachers say they have received threats from Islamist extremists After Siddique’s murder teachers went on an unofficial strike which prompted most of the university’s 33000 students to head home and begin their summer holidays early When an AFP correspondent visited the 752-acre (300-hectare) campus last week the lecture halls were empty and the only significant gathering was at a rally attended by teachers and students to protest Siddique’s slaughter Much of the anger was directed at the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina which has been accused of showing little sympathy towards the victims and doing little to improve security Nearly all recent attacks have been claimed by Al-Qaeda’s local branch or the Islamic State organisation but the government insists neither group has got a foothold in Bangladesh blaming its domestic opponents instead "We are feeling very isolated and are all in a bit of a panic" sociology professor Nilufar Sultana told AFP "The authorities are not assuring any security They aren’t even saying that they’re looking for the killers It’s deeply frustrating" Mamunul Habib who was taught by Siddique said that no one could concentrate on their studies for the moment "We can’t pick up weapons to protect ourselves and of course it’s not for us to do that anyway" said Habib "It’s impossible mentally to study and work in such a climate especially as you can’t help feeling that you could be the next target" After Siddique’s killing it emerged that a hit-list with the names of 10 people —including the university’s vice-chancellor — had been distributed on a leaflet in the nearby town of Natore ‘We feel helpless’ The leaflet bore the name of an obscure group called the Islami Liberation Front which said its objective was to establish an Islamic caliphate by toppling what it called the "repressive" government No one has so far been charged with Siddique’s murder although police have made four arrests and say one of those has confessed to taking part in the killing Rajshahi police commissioner Mohammad Shamsuddin acknowledged people felt nervous but said his officers were doing all they could to avoid a repeat "This sense of panic will gradually fade and we are working very hard to provide security to everyone in the city" Shamsuddin told AFP However the murder on May 6 of a local leader of the Sufi Muslim minority around 40 kilometres (25 miles) away has heightened fears that the killers may still be at large with the victim also hacked to death "We now feel very helpless" said Professor Moloy Voumik another of Siddique’s former colleagues who admits he is living in fear "I know if these targeted killings continue then my name will definitely find a place on their hit-list" London: Britain’s Queen Elizabeth is set to receive a $72000 a week pay rise an official report revealed The Queen’s income is based on a percentage of money earned by the Crown Estate one of the wealthiest real estate owners in Britain Xinhua news agency reported In its annual report issued on Tuesday the Crown Estate disclosed that it has delivered a record $405 million to the Treasury in the past year By2017 Elizabeth’s pay packet will be almost $61 million Unless the current formula is altered it will mean that in 2017 the Queen’s pay packet will be almost $61 million 65 percent higher than the 57 million she is receiving this year and representing a 57 percent increase over what was paid in 2012 The sum is worked out by paying to the Queen 15 percent of the surplus made by the Royal Estate paid two years in arrears The figure can only be changed by three royal trustees the Prime Minister Chancellor of the Exchequer and Alan Reid who has the title of the Queen’s Keeper of the Privy Purse The three are currently in the process of a review which could affect the amount due to the monarch next year a government official said A spokesman at Buckingham Palace said that it was too early to speculate on what the result would be or what amount the Queen would receive for 2017-18 The report also showed the monarchy cost British taxpayers $535 million in 2015-16 with more than $21 million spent on the upkeep of royal households such as Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle as well as other royal households and buildings The 90-year-old Queen and the royal family’s official travel cost the taxpayer $54 million in the past year a reduction of more than $1 million compared to 2015 The Crown Estate owns London’s Regent Street as well as the entire seabed around Great Britain It also owns Windsor Great Park and Ascot’s famous racecourse as well as estates and properties in Scotland and Northern Ireland and across England The office of the Crown Estate was started in 1760 when it was agreed that surplus revenue from the crown’s estate would go to the Government Treasury In return reigning monarchs receive an annual payment 15 percent of the annual surplus of the estate to support official royal duties By: Express News Service | Pune | Updated: May 3 2017 2:43 am The boy is said to be critical and the mother is also being treated in the hospital Top News A woman who has been suffering from depression allegedly tried to kill her 11-year-old son with a grind stone and then tried to commit suicide by repeatedly hitting her head against the stone in their house in Guruwar Peth on Monday morning The boy who has competed in the national international swimming competition is said to be critical and the mother is also being treated in the hospital According to Khadak police station the incident took place around 8 am when the boy identified as Harshawardhan Chavan and his mother Anjali (35) were at home and his father Ajit (42) had gone out for morning walk When Ajit returned about 45 minutes later he found Anjali and Harshawardhan lying in a pool of blood on the floor with severe head injuries The two were immediately rushed to hospital and Ajit then informed the police Assistant inspector V D Kesarkar of Khadak police station who is probing the case said “The primary investigation into the case suggests that the mother hit the boy in the head with the grindstone and later hit her head repeatedly against it The boy has severe injury on the head and his condition is very critical He is being treated in the Intensive Care Unit The mother is also under treatment” Kesarkar added “The father has registered an FIR and we have booked the mother for attempt to murder The father of the boy has told that his wife is suffering from clinical depression for the last few months and has also been receiving medication from a psychiatrist” He added that the boy’s father is a real estate agent and mother is a homemaker For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: April 3 2017 5:28 pm Allu Arjun celebrates son’s birthday in Goa Related News Tollywood star Allu Arjun made sure to be present with his family to celebrate the birthday of his son Allu Ayaan despite his busy celebrity life He took time off the shooting for his upcoming film Duvvada Jagannadham aka DJ and took off to Goa to ring in his son’s birthday Born in 2014 three years after Allu got married to his long-time sweetheart Sneha Reddy Ayaan turned 3 on Monday “Holiday in goa with my Baby Birthday Boy Muuaahhhhh, They were blessed with a baby girl recently,Every one has their own place. political and technological shifts, Entry: Free. he wore peacock feathers on his head. They said that the other group (Bishan Singh Bedi-led NCT) is complaining of irregularities for a long time.
“The U2 comeback is very much on for this year. While all actors of Mollywood were condemning the incident, I will whole heartedly trudge the grey and black with characters that possess unhinged moral compasses…but I will never let these men be glorified or their actions justified on screen, For all the latest World News, 2016 7:27 am Top News Two female suicide bombers killed 45 people and wounded 33 others when they detonated their explosives in a crowded market in Nigeria’s restive northeast.