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“As captain,bowling? “The record is essentially a collection of mood-based tracks. above fierce rivals Japan,government offices retain copies of the documents provided to any investigating body, said the auditor For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Doha | Published: October 12 2016 1:45 pm The missile attack comes days after an apparent Saudi-led air strike killed 140 mourners at a funeral in Sanaa attended by powerful tribal leaders (File Photo) Top News Saudi air defence forces shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemen’s Houthi group toward Khamees Mushait city in the kingdom’s southwest on Tuesday night a Saudi-led coalition said in a statement carried by the state news agency SPA Houthi forces Iran-allied rebels from northern Yemen who triggered a war when they took control of the capital and forced the Yemeni government into exile fire missiles or mortars almost daily into southern Saudi border areas They also launch cross-border raids The Houthis said on Twitter that their missile was aimed at Saudi Arabia’s King Faisal Military Camp located about 40 km (25 miles) north of the Yemeni border But the Royal Saudi Air Defence Forces destroyed the missile before it could cause any damage according to the statement by the coalition which since March 2015 has been fighting the Houthis and launching air strikes across Yemen to try to restore the Saudi-backed government of exiled President Abd-Rabbuh Mansour Hadi Saudi forces responded to the missile attack by attacking the launch site the statement added The missile attack comes days after an apparent Saudi-led air strike killed 140 mourners at a funeral in Sanaa attended by powerful tribal leaders US officials said on Wednesday that they see growing indications that Houthi rebels were responsible for an attack on Sunday on a Navy destroyer off the Yemen coast The Houthis have denied firing at the USS Mason guided missile destroyer and the USS Ponce an amphibious transport dock For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | Islamabad | Published: January 10 2017 3:08 am P FM Ishaq Dar has said that Gen (Retd) Raheel Sharif would consult the federal government before taking up the role to head the 39-nation Islamic coalition force (Source: Express Photo) Top News Pakistan Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has said he believes that Gen (Retd) Raheel Sharif would consult the federal government and fulfil all his legal and constitutional obligations before taking up the role to head the 39-nation Islamic coalition force formed to combat terrorism “He (Raheel Sharif) is currently on a visit to Saudi Arabia for his umra and if he has received an offer in this regard he will fill his constitutional and legal obligations before he takes it up” the Dawn quoted Dar as saying on Monday during an interview WATCH WHAT ELSE IS IN THE NEWS “Knowing Gen Raheel Sharif (I can say that) he will leave nothing [up] in the air and will fulfil the prerequisites” he added Dar revealed that Saudi Arabia had wanted Raheel Sharif to chair the coalition force even while he was heading Pakistan Army “(However)Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif the government and the then Chief of Armed Staff (COAS) were in consensus that it would be a conflict of interests to do so” he said adding that it would not have been suitable for Gen Raheel Sharif to be Pakistan’s COAS while also heading a coalition force The minister further clarified that he was not aware specifically if Gen Sharif had been made an offer or not; but if he had he was the latter would make its acceptance subject to the condition that he fulfils his obligations to the Constitution He agreed that the former army chief would need the government’s approval to take up the role before the expiry of a two-year restriction on his post-service employmentThe Finance Minister however refrained from giving an opinion on the matter saying that he will be in the core group where the development will be discussed “That decision is going to be taken by the government obviously” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Tripoli | Published: June 26 2014 11:13 am Election workers sitting inside a polling station during parliamentary elections preparations at al-Khansa Girls’ School in Tripoli Libya (Source: AP) Related News A deadly attack on troops the killing of a rights activist and low turnout marred a parliamentary election Libyan authorities hope will end the political turmoil rife since the ouster of Moamer Kadhafi Seven soldiers deployed to provide polling day security in second city Benghazi were killed and 53 injured in what security officials said was an attack on their convoy by Islamist militia Later lawyer and human rights activist Salwa Bugaighis was shot dead by unknown assailants at her home in Benghazi hospital and security sources said A former member of the National Transitional Council the 2011 anti-Kadhafi rebellion’s political wing she was vice president of a preparatory committee for national dialogue in Libya The eastern city which was the scene of a deadly 2012 attack on the US consulate has been tense since a rogue former rebel commander launched an offensive against powerful Islamist groups late last month drawing many regular army units to his side The electoral commission was also forced to close 18 polling stations in the western town of Al-Jemil after unidentified gunmen attacked five of them and stole ballot boxes a local security official said By the time polls closed on Wednesday just 630000 of the 15 million registered voters had cast their ballot a 47 per cent turnout according to preliminary estimates by the electoral commission The number of registered voters itself is a far cry from the more than 27 million who signed up two years ago for Libya’s first ever free election Almost 35 million Libyans are eligible to vote In the past few weeks Libya has been rocked by a crisis that sees two rival cabinets jostling for power in a crippling showdown between Islamists and liberals as violence raged in the east A patchwork of militias including Islamic extremists who helped overthrow Kadhafi in the 2011 NATO-backed uprising have been blamed for violence that has continued unabated since then “These are the last chance elections We are placing much hope in the future parliament to restore the security and stability of our country” said Amr Baiou 32 as he emerged from a polling station in Tripoli No voting was held in the eastern town of Derna a stronghold of jihadists for fear of attacks on polling stations In the south just five out 15 polling stations opened in the Kufra region for “security reasons” the electoral commission said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News Even otherwise, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: August 18, After 135 years of existence.

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