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Their behaviour helped me to prepare, he explains For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 16 2017 8:06 pm The flames have been doused and a probe is on to establish the cause of the fire (Image for representational purpose) Top News A fire in a two-storey residential building in eastern China’s Jiangsu Province claimed the lives of 22 people and rendered three injured news agency Xinhua reported on Sunday The fire broke out at 4:30 am in the morning (GMT 8:30 pm Saturday) in the house located in Yushan Town in Changshu city of China The flames have been doused and a probe has been initiated to establish the cause of the fire The three injured are reported to be in stable condition The police have arrested one Jiang in connection with the fire The police did not reveal any other detail Authorities have formed 24 disaster-relief teams to assist victims’ families legal matters as well as to offer them mental support More details are awaited For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Sydney | Published: February 12 2015 11:43 am Top News One of two men charged with planning to launch an imminent terrorist attack in Australia appeared on a video threatening to stab the kidneys and necks of their victims the nation’s prime minister said Thursday accusing the pair of “monstrous extremism” Omar Al-Kutobi 24 and Mohammad Kiad 25 were charged this week with undertaking acts in preparation or planning for a terrorist act after police raided their Sydney home and seized the video a homemade flag associated with the Islamic State group a machete and a hunting knife Prime Minister Tony Abbott who watched the video told Parliament it depicted one of the men kneeling before the flag with a knife in his hand and a machete in front of him Abbott quoted the man as saying: “I swear to almighty Allah we will carry out the first operation for the soldiers of the caliphate in Australia … I swear to almighty Allah blond people there is no room for blame between you and us We only owe you stabbing the kidneys and striking necks” Police say they thwarted a terrorist attack in Sydney by mere hours on Tuesday when they swooped on Al-Kutobi and Kiad’s home after receiving a tip that they were about to launch a violent attack Neither man has applied for bail or entered a plea to the charges which carry a possible sentence of life in prison On Thursday responding to reports that the men came to Australia as refugees and that one arrived on a false passport Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said one of them may have entered Australia with “some false documentation” He has asked for an urgent review into the matter “I don’t think it would be possible to witness uglier fanaticism than this monstrous extremism than this and I regret to say it is now present in our country” Abbott said Police are trying to determine whether the men were in contact with anyone from the Islamic State movement Officials don’t believe there is any link between the alleged plot and another plot that prompted a series of counterterror raids in Sydney in September One man arrested during those raids was charged with conspiring with an Islamic State leader in Syria to behead a random person in Sydney Australia’s government raised the country’s terror warning level in September in response to the domestic threat posed by Islamic State supporters In September the group’s spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani issued a message urging attacks abroad and specifically mentioned Australia In December Man Monis an Iranian-born self-styled cleric with a long criminal history took 18 people hostage inside a downtown Sydney cafe Among his demands was that he be delivered an Islamic State flag Investigators have since said it doesn’t appear Monis had established any contact with the militant group For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 23 2012 2:50 am Related News The Finance and Contract Committee (F&CC) of the Municipal Corporation on Thursday rejected the proposal to hike fee at the paid parking lotssaying facilities being provided at the parking lots should be improved first Officials of the civic body had mooted a proposal for increasing the parking fee as there had been no change for the past nine years when paid parking was introduced in the city The proposal was to hike the fee for two-wheelers from Rs 2 to Rs 5 and four-wheelers from Rs 5 to Rs 10 The cost of the monthly pass was to be increased from Rs 150 to Rs 300 for two-wheelers and from Rs 300 to Rs 600 for four-wheelers Opposing the movethe members said the facilities at the paid parking lots were not adequate They demanded that there was a need to improve the facilities A member of the committeecouncillor Pardeep Chhabrasaid the MC would not face any losses if the fee was not hiked The residents should be provided with better parking facilities first of all?