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Insurance companies cover ibuprofen and naproxen as first line treatments because studies show they are more effective in treating pain symptoms. explained that it wasn’t within the jurisdiction of the court to grant bail for such offences. the name of Jharkhand Governor and BJP ST leader Draupadi Murmu has been doing the rounds. 14, will conduct a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile test Wednesday,Sawad said that he had gone to Yemen with his family for educational purpose Kasargod Police which has registered a case on the basis of Hameed’s complaint said they would ascertain the veracity of the voice message Meanwhile the relatives of Ansar have not made any complaint with the police so far However Kasargod police chief A Sreenivas said that they will investigate both cases together Sreenivas told Firstpost that it was Hameed who informed the police about the disappearance of the second family Wealthy educated Indians falling prey to IS recruiters The first batch of Islamic State recruits was professionally qualified men and women from wealthy families Among the 21 people currently in Afghanistan were a doctor couple an engineer and a manager of an international school where wealthy non-resident Indians send their children Four of the men had left India with their wives while two went along with their children as well The batch included four couples two kids and three bachelors Salafi ideology a lure for new recruits BC Rehman a social activist based in Padanna in Kasargod district said that the target of the missing persons may not be Islamic State as the militant group has lost most of its strongholds in Syria Iraq and even in Afghanistan He told Firstpost that they may have gone to Yemen to join the Salafi community which is active in some parts of the country Most of the first batch of missing persons were found influenced by Salafism (a puritanical form of Islam) Salafis are people who idealise the life led by early Muslims They believe the lives of people of that time were worth emulating for going to heaven Police believe that the Islamic State recruiters were trying to lure the youths to the outfit through teachings of Salafism Hence the relatives of the 11 missing people are concerned about the fate of their kin The reports regarding the disappearance of the 11 people have also created panic among the Muslims in the district since the Islamic State recruiters have been active in Kasargod and another northern district Kannur The recruiters have been luring youths into the hardcore terror outfit through religious centres promising eternal life in heaven Investigation reveals IS recruiters active in Kerala The National Investigation Agency (NIA) which is investigating the case related to the first batch of missing persons has found that Kasargod had a separate Islamic State module to motivate and recruit youth for the terror outfit A person identified as Abdul Rashid Abdulla was said to be the chief recruiter The agency named Rashid and his accomplice Yasmeen Mohammed Zahid a native of Bihar in its chargesheet It said that Rashid had motivated a number of youths from the district to exit India along with their families to join the Islamic State While Rashid is believed to be in Afghanistan Yasmeen was arrested while trying to take a flight from Delhi to Kabul An NIA court in Kochi had sentenced the 30-year-old woman to seven years’ rigorous imprisonment in March this year The NIA investigation further revealed that Rashid held classes at Kasargod and other places to propagate the Islamic State ideology of violent jihad and to expand the terror group’s network in the state The agency found that Rashid had motivated another set of 14 people to cross the border Some of the 21 people who crossed the border in July 2016 have also been trying to propagate the Islamic State ideology from the militant group’s territories Many of them tried to brainwash their relatives and friends through messaging apps BC Rehman whose relative is among the first batch of 21 people who crossed the border in July 2016 said some of the youths who communicated with him have been exhorting him to discard the life among ‘Murthadeengal and Musharikkukal’ (Un-Islamic people and idol worshippers) and join them His relative Ashfaq Majeed told him in one of the messages accessed by Firstpost that they were having a wonderful life in Afghanistan When Rehman asked Ashfaq to return to Kerala and live as a true Muslim sharing their wealth with the poor he said that they will never return "We will never meet again in this world We can meet in heaven We are waiting for our turn We have love for life But we do not want the kind of life that most people lead This life’s value is not even worth the weight of a feather of a mosquito" Ashfaq said Around 100 Keralites recruited so far According to information gathered by the police about 100 people from the state have joined the Islamic State so far Kannur DSP P Sadanandan who is heading a special squad probing the Islamic State-related cases in the state’s northern region said investigation had revealed that about 100 Keralites were in Islamic State territories in Syria Iraq and Afghanistan since 2014 Of the 100 21 were from Kasargod and 38 from Kannur Another 12 Keralites working in Bahrain also joined the terror outfit Keralites who were in other countries in the Middle East may also have joined the Islamic State but the state police could not confirm this Some 16 Islamic State recruits are feared to have been killed in military operations in Afghanistan and in various countries in the Middle East according to information collected by the squad after vetting more than 300 audio clips and messages from apps like WhatsApp and Telegram Thirty percent of those in the Islamic State territories are women and children New Delhi: In the backdrop of Congress’s severe drubbing in the Odisha and Maharashtra civic polls its Delhi unit is leaving no stone unturned to ensure victory in the municipal elections in the capital hoping "non-performance" of the AAP government will swing the tide in its favour Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken said the party was not under any pressure following the outcome of the civic polls elsewhere and that people will not support the AAP realising that they have got an "absentee chief minister" in Arvind Kejriwal who does not have any interest in governing the city Ajay Maken PTI The former Union minister said from involving grassroot workers in selecting candidates for 272 wards to making them finalise area-specific strategies he has initiated a raft of measures to bring back enthusiasm among the partymen and has been successful to a large extent Maken appointed DPCC chief in March 2015 in the aftermath of Congress’s humiliating defeat in the assembly polls said the party was preparing a plan to make all three municipal bodies financially self reliant through tax reforms stopping "huge pilferage" in toll tax collection and bringing transparency "AAP government has miserably failed in Delhi Their intention in Delhi was not to govern Their intention was to capitalise Delhi’s victory and spread their political wings across the country As a result Arvind Kejriwal’s heart and mind are not in Delhi Delhi has an absentee chief minister and it is a matter of shame" Maken told PTI in an interview Asked whether Congress’s defeat in Maharashtra and Odisha resulted in more pressure on the Delhi Congress as a defeat in the polls here will add to the humiliation Maken said "We are not under any pressure" "The pressure will be on the AAP because they will have to showcase the Delhi model and tell people elsewhere that look people are accepting us" he said Calling the BJP which has been ruling the civic bodies for the last 10 years as the main rival for the Congress he said the party will face people’s wrath because of "large-scale graft" in MCDs and their "inefficiencies" Exuding confidence of winning the polls for all the three MCDs Maken said if his party comes to power probe will be ordered into allegations of large-scale corruption during BJP’s rule "Our main focus will be to rectify the system and make MCDs self reliant" he said alleging there has been pilferage of Rs 1500 crore in toll tax collection annually under the current dispensation The Delhi Congress chief also cautioned BJP against using its communal card and polarise the voters "People of Delhi understand them very well I do not think people of Delhi will fall to their prey even if they try It will boomerang on them" "They (BJP) can do it because what we have seen in Uttar Pradesh is that when the development card fail they always resort the final tactic of polarising the voters" he said Slamming the AAP Maken said since the party is not at all interested in governing Delhi it has been busy fighting against the Modi government giving an impression that it is the natural opponent of the BJP "The AAP wants to take Congress’ space across the country They are furthering their ambition at the cost of development of Delhi which people of Delhi will not tolerate" "The AAP plays the victim card always Arvind Kejriwal is busy furthering his own ambition They are functioning like an event management company For them development is nothing but event management" said Maken Giving details of how he is trying to involve grass-root party workers the DPCC chief said around two lakh of them will play a role in selection of candidates for the civic polls due in April "We have asked ticket aspirants to give names of five party workers from the booth-level and now we have collected two lakh workers A control room has been set up with 30 youngsters who are tasked to get the feedback" he said In the polls Maken felt pressure will be more on the AAP to repeat their assembly election performance "The pressure will be on the AAP because they will have to showcase the Delhi model and tell people elsewhere that look people are accepting us So the pressure will be on the AAP" "Our main rival will be the BJP The AAP has already lost its plot in Delhi" he said US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor said Friday that greater diversity on the high court is important in comments made shortly after President Barack Obama once again urged a vote on his Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland “I for one do think there is a disadvantage from having (five) Catholics three Jews everyone from an Ivy League school” Sotomayor said during a talk at Brooklyn Law School adding that several of the justices are from New York City and none of them have a background in criminal defense law outside of white-collar crime the Associated Press reported Sotomayor said varied backgrounds help justices to consider and understand issues differently based on their experience “A different perspective can permit you to more fully understand the arguments that are before you and help you articulate your position in a way that 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rounds of elections next April and May: France’s far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen Most polls suggest Le Pen will do extremely well garnering at least one-quarter of votes in the first round and more than that in the second roundthough most pollsters think voters will hold their nose and vote for right-wing François Fillon in order to shut her out Much of Le Pen’s support will likely come from longtime Socialists who are exasperated by their dismal prospects; just like the US.

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"The chief minister told me that he would be holding a state cabinet meeting on Monday (18 June). The fact remains that INEC’s decision on an issue that is clearly beyond its jurisdiction is certainly substantially immaterial to the rule of law and the Kogi people. read more