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“I’ve offered my full co-operation to the Mohali police ever since my son was kidnapped. The Court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Shalini Nagpal also imposed a fine of Rs 5,while Iran will send wrestling and football coaches to India, ushering in a monetary policy/inflation targeting framework jointly with the finance ministry — are contributions that will outlive his term as governor. Yet, "Today we are being said they are everything." a senior Sena leader said. their experience with Indian paddlers could prove to be vital in our team’s chances. download Indian Express App More Top NewsGarissa,Kenya: Somali militants vowed on Saturday to wage a long war against Kenya and run its cities "red with blood" after the group’s fighters killed nearly 150 people during an assault on a Kenyan university In the worst bloodshed in Kenya in nearly two decades four al Shabaab gunmen went on a killing spree on Thursday hunting down and executing students in a campus in Garissa a northeastern town 200 km (120 miles) from the Somali border Kenya Administration policemen stand in front of Garissa University College in Garissa on Saturday Reuters The raid has put Kenya on heightened alert and spooked Christian congregations horrified by survivor testimonies recalling how the Islamist militants had sought out Christians to kill while sparing some Muslims In the message directed at the Kenyan public the al Qaeda aligned group said the raid was retribution for Kenya’s military presence in Somalia and mistreatment of Muslims within Kenya "No amount of precaution or safety measures will be able to guarantee your safety thwart another attack or prevent another bloodbath from occurring in your cities" the group said in an emailed statement received by Reuters in the Somali capital It said it would run cities "red with blood" adding: "This will be a long gruesome war of which you the Kenyan public are its first casualties" The death toll in the Garissa blitz has risen to 148 Interior Minister Joseph Nkaissery said late on Friday adding that police were interviewing five suspects after making three additional arrests on Friday The Kenya Red Cross said it had found a woman survivor on Saturday in the university two days after the siege ended The raid on Thursday was the deadliest in the east African nation since 1998 when al Qaeda bombed the US embassy in the capital Nairobi and killed more than 200 people SCEPTICISM The bloodshed piled further pressure on President Uhuru Kenyatta who has struggled to stem the violence that has dented Kenya’s image and ravaged the country’s vital tourism industry The timing of the attack has been embarrassing for Kenyatta who a day earlier had berated Britain and Australia for putting out travel warnings over security threats to the country Local media whose coverage has been uncharacteristically tame due to a new law that forbids them from showing images that would create "fear" among the public have been sceptical about the government’s latest promise to halt the slaughter "The usual assurances that security is being beefed up and patrols intensified have become hollow" the biggest-selling Daily Nation newspaper said in an editorial comment Foreign media published a photograph they said was taken by Kenyan police that showed more than 70 bodies lying face down in a university hallway each apparently shot in the head More than 400 people have been killed by al Shabaab on Kenyan soil since Kenyatta took power in April 2013 including 67 people who died in September of that year during a siege on an upmarket shopping mall in the capital Nairobi Chilling testimonies from survivors many of whom saw their friends shot at point-blank range suggest the fighters were speaking Kenya’s Swahili language rarely spoken in Somalia making it likely the raid was carried out by home-grown gunmen Diplomats and analysts have often criticised the heavy-handed approach of Kenyan police saying tactics such as indiscriminate mass arrests of Kenya’s Somali population plays into al Shabaab’s hands and fuels resentment among Muslims Kenya said Mohamed Mohamud a former teacher at a Garissa madrasa was the attack mastermind and offered a 20 million shillings ($215000) reward for his arrest Kenyan media has also shown mugshots of eight men who the police say are in hiding and planning fresh attacks Garissa residents have reacted with fury to the massacre and question why only two security guards were on duty despite warnings that al Shabaab was planning an attack on a university "You can’t say this will be the last attack in Garissa" said construction worker Tobias Ayuka "We are very worried" NOT GOING BACK Fearful of further assaults owners of malls in Nairobi and the port city of Mombasa have sought greater government protection and ratcheted up private security "We are getting more armed police and plain clothes police officers Everywhere is on heightened alert right now" said the owner of one high-end Nairobi mall popular with Westerners Along Kenya’s palm-fringed coastline where several resort towns cater mainly for Western tourists police have put armed officers in major public buildings "Officers are everywhere both on the ground and in the air We have two helicopters that will be patrolling the entire coastal area especially crowded public places during Easter and beyond" Robert Kitur police chief for Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast region told Reuters Garissa Governor Nathif Jama said the region has a number of security "soft spots" including schools and hospitals and asked for more boots on the ground in his county which forms part of Kenya’s porous 700km border with Somalia Jama said Garissa University was shut indefinitely and some students said they had no plans ever to return to the area "When I just manage to get out of this place safely I’m telling you I’ll never come back" said Sheillah Kigasha 20 who survived Thursday’s rampage by hiding under a bed REUTERS Washington:US President Barack Obama on Tuesday exchanged views with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the Paris climate conference the White House said on Tuesday President Barack Obama with PM Narendra Modi at the UN conference on climate change COP21 AFP Speaking on phone "both leaders emphasised their personal commitment to secure a strong climate change agreement this week" and to work together "to achieve a successful outcome" it said in a press release Xinhua news agency reported Negotiators convened at the ongoing UN climate change conference in Paris were eyeing a post-2020 deal that will help to limit the rise in global temperatures to less than two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels A final draft of a new global climate agreement was reached by negotiators in Paris on Saturday ready for ministers to read and deal with sensitive political divergences this week before the 12-day conference ends on Friday The White House also said that Obama accepted Modi’s condolences for the loss of life in the San Bernardino shootings last week IANS that will monitor the goalmouths.
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