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Amit Singh Chillar, 2016 5:17 am The Punjab and Haryana High Court had taken suo motu notice of the depletion of water level in Sukhna Lake in 2009 and since then, Refugee advocates say officials used force and destroyed asylum seekers’ belongings to make them leave Manus.Video and photos posted by the refugees on social media showed uniformed police on swinging and poking long metal poles at detainees and dragging them from their rooms towards buses bound for the transition centres Police engaged in an operation they dubbed "Helpim Friends" had vowed not to use force against the refugees who have been refusing to leave the camp since Australia declared it closed on 31 October Water power and food supplies ended when the Manus camp ended officially closed on 31 October based on the Papua New Guinea Supreme Court’s rulingin 2016 that Australia’s policy of housing asylum seekers there was unconstitutional But asylum seekers fear for their safety in Lorengau because of threats from local residents Detainees and human rights groups including the UNHCR have said the new camps were not ready to take in the refugees and asylum-seekers in Manus amid concerns for their safety among a local population that has shown them hostility "These men are scared they are exhausted and they are despairing" Amy Frew a lawyer at the Australia-based Human Rights Law Centre said Friday "After four and a half years of limbo and uncertainty they still have nowhere safe to go" she said "This morning’s actions show that whatever they do wherever they go their safety cannot be guaranteed until they are evacuated from Papua New Guinea" Australia pays Papua New Guinea its nearest neighbor and the tiny Pacific nation of Nauru to hold thousands of asylum seekers from Africa the Middle East and Asia who have attempted to reach Australian shores by boat since mid-2013 Before confirmation that Manus Island had been emptied Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull welcomed news that asylum seekers were leaving "I’m please to say in terms of Manus that the reports we have are that busloads of the people at Manus are leaving they’re complying with the lawful directions of the PNG authorities and moving to the alternative facilities available to them and that’s as they should" Turnbull told reporters Image from the refugee camp being cleared out in Papua New Guinea AP "That is precisely what you should do if you’re in a foreign country You should comply with the laws of that other country" he added Shen Narayanasamy activist group GetUp’s rights campaigner said in a statement: "I awoke this morning to frantic phone calls from refugees on Manus screaming: ‘Help help they are killing us’ It is astounding that refugees being beaten and dragged out to buses has the support of the Australian government" Police maintain no force was used The UNHCR said it was disturbed by the use of force byPapua New Guinea police "UNHCR reminds Australia of its obligation to take full responsibility and provide effective protection safety and lasting solutions for all refugees and asylum-seekers in cooperation with the Papua New Guinean authorities" the organisation said in a statement on Thursday The standoff withPapua New Guinea authorities has drawn attention to Australia’s harsh policy of sending asylum-seekers who try to reach Australia by boat to remote Pacific camps on Manus and Nauru Australia will not settle any refugees who try to arrive by boat — a policy that the government says dissuades them from attempting the dangerous ocean crossing from Indonesia The navy has also been turning back boats to keep them from reaching Australia since July 2014 The United States has agreed to resettle up to 1250 of the refugees under a deal struck by former President Barack Obama’s administration that President Donald Trump has reluctantly decided to honour So far only 54 have been accepted by the United States With inputs from agencies By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 4 2015 8:41 pm Ronit Roy was excited to have Mumbai’s dabbawalas on the show “Deal Or No Deal” and even danced with them Related News Actor Ronit Roy who is seen as the host of reality game show “Deal Or No Deal” shot with the famous Mumbai’s dabbawalas for a new episode He was excited to have them on the show and even danced with them “The episode was very exciting The dabbawalas came playing dhol-nagada The episode was a unique experience I learnt some amazing things like out of six lakh deliveries in a day there would be only one error And that Prince Charles who wanted to meet them when he had come to India had to schedule the time according to the dabbawalas” Ronit said in a statement Share This Article Related Article The dabbawalas came on the show to win money for the children of a person who died sometime back “They gifted me a dabba at the end of the episode and I feel proud that after Prince Charles they gave a dabba to me” Ronit added The episode featuring the dabbawalas will be aired on Sunday on &TV For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aneesha Mathur | Delhi | Published: January 28 2016 2:59 am Delhi High Court Related News Parking “extra” cars in common areas of a residential society is “encroachment” for which the society can “justifiably” impose charges the Delhi High Court held Wednesday Businessman Anup Mittal whose four-member family owns four cars had refused to pay the parking charges on “extra cars” fixed by Kanungo Cooperative Group Housing Society in east Delhi’s Patparganj and challenged the move before the Registrar of Societies and then the high court In its judgment a bench of Justice Gita Mittal and Justice I S Mehta imposed costs of Rs 1 lakh on Mittal for disputing the charges imposed by the residential society and “wasting the resources” of the society and the Delhi government on the litigation “The society has complained that unused cars and scooters are lying parked in the common areas of the society whereby the members have converted the valuable open space into permanent parking of their vehicles which are in disuse So long as a vehicle is parked in the open area no one else can use it for any purpose Therefore even transient parking of any open areas beyond the basement is certainly encroachment albeit temporary and cannot be treated as anything else” held the court Stating that “perceptions that a person’s prosperity are relatable to his address and the vehicle he drives has led to this paradox of people effecting property and vehicle acquisitions way beyond their real needs” the bench also observed that people in the capital also needed to reminded of the principles of civic responsibility and should be encouraged to reduce use of personal vehicles “The common areas are meant for utilisation by all members…” The court held that the “levy of penalty for bringing in extra vehicles has to be considered a welfare scheme for the benefit of the members of the society and their families” which was legally permissible “under the powers of the General Body” under the provisions of the Societies Registration Act and Rules “Looked at from any angle occupants who do not own a vehicle or only a single car have been compelled to suffer the discomfort of vehicular crowding and environmental degradation by such acts Not only the pollution from the exhausts of cars the movement of vehicles certainly would cause dust to rise into the atmosphere adding to the particulate pollution in the atmosphere in the society” observed the bench “The present case illustrates what a problem acquisition of vehicles not guided by need can create Just because the petitioner could afford four cars he has acquired them unmindful of whether he has the place to park them or not Having acquired such vehicles… the petitioner is asserting a right over spaces to which he has no exclusive right” said the bench For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shalini Narayan | Published: September 30 2012 1:08 am Related News Close on the heels of an armed gang waylaying the cash van of a bank and making off with Rs 525 croreafter killing one of the guardsrobbers broke into the Inderlok branch of the State bank of India in North Delhis Sarai Rohilla area on Friday night According to policethe robbers removed the exhaust fan installed along the rear wall of the bankcut the iron grill next to it and gained entry into the bank Police said the intruders cut off the wires of all the CCTV cameras before entering the bank The break-in took place around 1 pm But nothing was stolen The gang probably did not find any money One of the staff members who reached the branch around 730 am saw the bank ransacked and informed the branch managerwho in turn alerted us? 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