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For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Sittwe | Updated: November 17 2014 3:58 pm Bouts of vicious violence together with a flurry of discriminatory policies and plans sent an estimated 100000 Rohingya fleeing by boat in the last two years (Source: AP photos) Top News The captain of the small fishing vessel has spent most of his life helping fellow Rohingya Muslims escape persecution and hatred in Myanmar but now even he is worried about the panicked pace the exodus has taken in recent weeks “Everyone is going now” Puton Nya said “I’m afraid that soon no one will be left” Bouts of vicious violence together with discriminatory government policies have sent an estimated 100000 Rohingya fleeing this Buddhist-majority nation by boat in the last two years according to the Arakan Project a human-rights group that monitors the Rohingya Director Chris Lewa said the pace is accelerating with more than 15000 people leaving since Oct 15 _ twice the number that fled during the same period last year Lewa said soldiers and border guards in northern Rakhine state where most of the estimated 13 million Rohingya live are engaging in a “campaign to create fear and to get them to leave” In this file photo Rohingya men push a boat in a shallow lagoon off The Chaung village north of Sittwe Myanmar (Source: AP photo) She said that in the last six weeks: At least four Rohingya men were tortured to death in northern Rakhine in western Myanmar Lewa said security forces broke one victim’s leg and burned his penis during interrogation and that the pummeled body of another Rohingya was found in a river Young men have been grabbed off the streets and brutally beaten by border guards and soldiers without any clear explanation One photo snapped by cellphone shows a man after he was allegedly smashed with the butt of a gun in the jaw cheekbone and stomach More than 140 people have been arrested in two dozen villages on what Lewa said appeared to be trumped-up charges ranging from immigration violations to alleged links with Islamic militants National Minister of Information Ye Htut did not immediately respond to the allegations Denied citizenship by national law Myanmar’s Rohingya are effectively stateless though historical records indicate some members of the ethnic minority arrived in the country centuries ago Many more arrived from neighboring Bangladesh in the 1900s when the country was under British rule Almost all settled in Rakhine state creating tensions with Buddhist locals who for centuries considered it their duty to prevent an eastward Islamic spread into their nation and beyond Soon after Myanmar began transitioning from a half-century of dictatorship to democracy in 2011 newfound freedoms of expression fanned the flames of hatred Violence by Buddhist mobs left up to 280 people dead _ most of them members of the religious minority _ and chased another 140000 from their homes Most Rohingya now live under apartheid-like conditions in camps outside Sittwe or in restricted villages They cannot leave without paying hefty bribes to police and face constant threats of violence from Buddhist Rakhine neighbors Often their proximity to their old homes is “tantalizingly short” Hugo Slim of Oxford University said in a report for the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Many are just a few hundred meters from the fields they used to till the schools their children used to attend and the communities that attacked them Rohingya have limited access to schooling and health care Doctors Without Borders a key medical provider for Rohingya was expelled from Rakhine eight months ago after the government accused it of bias The government said in July that the group could return but it has yet to make good on its invitation Rakhine state spokesman Win Myaing said the organization will be allowed to return “soon” but offered no clear timeline President Barack Obama UN Secretary-General Ban ki-Moon and several other heavyweights visiting Myanmar last week for a series of summits called on the government to solve the crisis The government has put forward a “Rakhine Action Plan” but that also has drawn criticism Under the plan only those who can prove they lived in the country since 1948 can qualify for citizenship Few can fulfill the requirement in part because few hold any documents Those who don’t comply would be classified as “Bengali” a term that implies they are illegal migrants and could subject them to internment camps and eventual deportation Now Rohingya are leaving the country in numbers rarely seen before bound for countries including Malaysia and Indonesia Many pass through Myin Hlut village where they hide in houses before wading into the midnight waters and clamoring into fishing boats Shabu Kuna 23 watched Rohingya from every corner of Rakhine state make that journey from the dark tiny hut she shared with her ailing mother er unemployed father her younger sister brothers and several nieces and nephews Then she decided to join them “I can’t stand living here anymore” she said before leaving in September She said she is aware of the risks _ including being held for ransom in a jungle camp sold into the sex trade or beaten or killed _ but that nothing could be worse than staying in Myanmar The escalation of the exodus has left Puton Nya the boat captain gripped with sorrow and guilt _ both by the numbers of Rohingya leaving and by the way many of them are treated at sea The 59-year-old is among many captains who have ferried Rohingya from the rocky shore of Rakhine state to giant ships bobbing in the Bay of Bengal A neighbor of Puton Nya made the trip and later told him that the brokers _ who like the vast majority in the smuggling racket are Rohingya _ were raping women on the giant cargo boats and brutally beating the men “I felt so disgusted” said the captain whose once-dark hair is now streaked with gray and his strong face is deeply lined by his many years on ships beneath the tropical sun He said he has stopped hauling people to the ships as the numbers started to swell several months ago even though it was his sole means of income He understands why so many people are fleeing and says he his wife and son might one day follow With each departure he says those left behind become more vulnerable “I don’t know how we are going to stand on our own” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Dalori | Updated: February 1 2016 9:43 am Women and children look at burnt out houses following an attack by Boko Haram in Dalori village 5 kilometers (3 miles) from Maiduguri Nigeria Sunday Jan 31 2016 A survivor hidden in a tree says he watched Boko Haram extremists firebomb huts and listened to the screams of children among people burned to death in the latest attack by Nigeria s homegrown Islamic extremists (AP Photo/Jossy Ola) Related News A survivor hidden in a tree says he watched Boko Haram extremists firebomb huts and heard the screams of children burning to death among 86 people officials say died in the latest attack by Nigeria’s homegrown Islamic extremists Scores of charred corpses and bodies with bullet wounds littered the streets from Saturday night’s attack on Dalori village and two nearby camps housing 25000 refugees according to survivors and soldiers at the scene just 5 kilometers (3 miles) from Maiduguri the birthplace of Boko Haram and the biggest city in Nigeria’s northeast The shooting burning and explosions from three suicide bombers continued for nearly four hours in the unprotected area survivor Alamin Bakura said weeping on a telephone call to The Associated Press He said several of his family members were killed or wounded The violence continued as three female suicide bombers blew up among people who managed to flee to neighboring Gamori village killing many people according to a soldier at the scene who insisted on anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to journalists Troops arrived at Dalori around 8:40 pm Saturday but were unable to overcome the attackers who were better armed said soldiers who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the press The Boko Haram fighters only retreated after reinforcements arrived with heavier weapons they said Journalists visited the carnage Sunday and spoke to survivors who complained it had taken too long for help to arrive from nearby Maiduguri the military headquarters of the fight to curb Boko Haram They said they fear another attack Eighty-six bodies were collected by Sunday afternoon according to Mohammed Kanar area coordinator of the National Emergency Management Agency Another 62 people are being treated for burns said Abba Musa of the State Specialist Hospital in Maiduguri Boko Haram has been attacking soft targets increasingly with suicide bombers since the military last year drove them out of towns and villages in northeastern Nigeria The 6-year Islamic uprising has killed about 20000 people and driven 25 million from their homes For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News ?By: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: June 2 We are human beings with emotions,feelings I wanted to put out there how I feel” he added In 33 Tests Kohli has scored 2547 runs at an average of 4630 while in ODIs he has featured in 158 matches amassing 6537 runs at 5147 average For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: February 16 2016 5:04 pm Granit Xhaka has been heavily linked with many clubs since his breakthrough with Swiss club FC Basel (Source: AP) Related News The Gladbach captain made his 2016 debut for Die Fohlen vs Hamburg after serving a three-match ban for a red card given in Gladbach’s final game of the Hinrunde vs Darmstadt In the lead up to this match much of the discussion regarding Granit Xhaka revolved around not only this much anticipated start but also speculation of interest of late by Manchester City and a sort of “come and get me” plea in an interview with the German newspaper Bild This comes after being constantly linked on prospective transfer moves to Arsenal Liverpool and Bayern Munich Granit Xhaka has long caught the eye of many of Europe’s heavyweights ever since he broke through with his hometown club FC Basel in Switzerland The Kosovo-born Swiss midfielder debuted for Basel at 17 and impressed for them in his two years at senior level His most notable performance came in UEFA Champions League group matches against Manchester United Blossomed Xhaka signed with Borussia Monchengladbach in the July 2012 Though he had trouble securing a first team spot his first year the following two seasons he has really blossomed into a great deep-lying playmaker developing a formidable central midfield partnership with Bayer Leverkusen-loanee Christoph Kramer After a rough start to the 2015-16 campaign Gladbach went on an incredible run losing only one in a 15-match span across all competitions During this period new manager Andre Schubert installed Xhaka as captain to help spearhead a new up-tempo high pressing attacking style His performances of late prior to the winter break has shown that he can perfect fit in the Premier League especially for a Liverpool Arsenal or City under Pep wanting to play a higher intensity possession-based system On the pitch he’s a hard-nosed central midfielder who has a range of physical mental and technical attributes that combine to make him a very complete central midfielder He’s a determined ball-winner known for his aggression one with enough strength to keep opponents off the ball and he possesses good tackling technique On the ball Xhaka has a great passing range and is proficient with both feet He can spray the ball around at will—over short or long distances—and has good control And critically for a player of his position he also has a good mind for the game; his vision and decision-making are excellent A young Schweini His former boss for the Swiss national team Ottmar Hitzfeld once compared to Xhaka to a young Bastian Schweinsteiger In fact like Schweinsteiger Xhaka started as a winger at youth level but eventually changed to central midfielder Much like Schweinsteiger Xhaka isn’t a prolific goalscorer but he has a cannon of a left foot He’s a real threat from distance and he has scored some stunning free-kicks in his day He isn’t afraid to take penalties and despite not exactly being a pillar he has scored from headers on more than one occasion this season On February 11 Under Armour announced that Granit Xhaka has joined their now ever-growing talented roster of athletes In the press release Xhaka said “I feel my young dynamic spirit is a perfect fit with Under Armour and I am very excited to use their innovative products to add even more control to my game I look forward to taking my game to the next level as I still have so much more that I want to achieve” This could follow the same script as Memphis Depay as he signed with Under Armour prior to his move to Manchester United from PSV Eindhoven last summer On the way out With Pep Guardiola now confirmed to be manager at City commencing at the end of the season along with Jurgen Klopp now pacing the sidelines at Anfield many of talented Europe’s talented young midfielders have been linked to a move to the Premier League Granit Xhaka could well be one of these first big money signings… POWERED BY O-POSTS For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AFP | London | Updated: September 6 2015 5:57 pm Shane Watson ended his 59-match old Test career with 3731 runs and 75 wickets (Source: AP File) Related News Australia’s veteran all-rounder Shane Watson announced his retirement from Test cricket on Sunday The last of the 34-year-old’s 10-year Test career came in the Ashes opener at Cardiff which England won by 169 runs Watson made 30 and 19 with the bat and failed to take a wicket causing him to lose his place for the rest of the series Share This Article Related Article Watson’s Test retirement was announced on Cricket Australia’s official website “It’s been a decision that hasn’t come lightly over the last month especially” he said “I know it’s the right time to move on and still hopefully play the shorter formats of the game one-dayers and T20s” “I’ve been through a lot of different waves of emotion about what is right for myself my family and most importantly the team as well “Over the last couple of days there was a lot of clarity (for me) of what the right decision was I just know that I’ve given everything I possibly can to get the best out of myself” Watson who captained his country in one Test and nine ODIs steps down after being ruled out of the rest of the one-day international series by a calf injury sustained in the tourists’ victory at Lord’s on Saturday An Ashes winner in 2013/14 and this year’s World Cup — who had his run ins with the cricket authorities being one of four players to be dropped from the squad during the 2013 tour of India for not doing their homework — he informed his teammates of his decision on Sunday morning It follows Australia Test captain Michael Clarke’s move to retire from all forms of cricket in the wake of the Ashes series defeat in England Watson played 59 Tests for Australia scoring 3731 runs and taking 75 wickets For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 6 2015 4:30 am Related News Nine more deaths were reported due to H1N1 virus in the state on Thursday However there was no death reported from Ahmedabad district that continues to top the list of highest number of Swine flu deaths The death toll has reached 311 with 5236 cases since January 1 Also 171 fresh cases were reported from the state in a single day Rajkot and Amreli reported 2 deaths each while Gandhinagar Surat Banaskantha Vadodara and Anand had 1 death each Though Ahmedabad did not witness any death on Thursday the number of fresh cases was again the highest with 58 new cases Other fresh cases were reported from Surat (20) Vadodara (15) Rajkot (12) Kutch Banaskantha Mehsana and Amreli (7 each) Jamnagar (6) Bhavnagar (5) Kheda (4) and 23 from other districts Meanwhile around 10000 advocates practising in different lower courts in Ahmedabad stayed away from work on Thursday due to Swine flu scare for the third day Earlier lawyers’ bar associations had taken a decision to stay away from court proceedings till March 7 Keeping in mind Holi celebrations which is popularly called Dhuleti here the Gujarat government published an advisory as an advertisement in major local newspapers on Thursday asking people to remain alert as well as take necessary precautions while playing with others in the wake of the Swine flu outbreak Through this advisory the Gujarat government asked people with Swine flu symptoms such as cold or cough to refrain from celebrating Holi (Dhuleti) and remain indoors to avoid infecting others The Gujarat government has also assured citizens that the administration is “fully equipped” to tackle the disease With inputs from PTI For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News Army said that in punitive response at least 15 attackers from Afghanistan were killed.The five terrorists were planning to target educational institutions and judicial complexes, According to the prosecution, Siva is ‘A Venkat Prabhu hangover’. 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