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We have been crying for help for a decade now.“Soon after,there was infighting between different militant groups In November 1990 during a public gathering in Muzaffarabad the JKLF and Hizb-ul-Mujahideen even fired at each other Following which I assembled them to gather and told them they werefighting for the same cause and should get together” Inqilabi told Firstpost “Eighteen militant outfits came together under the umbrella and I was appointedchairman” he adds But after serving for three months Inqilabi recalled that some people came to him and told him that if Kashmir becomes independent it should become part of Pakistan This was a turningpoint for the former UJC chairman “I didn’t oppose it" admitted Inqilabi "But I distanced myself from the militancy later and tried to fight on the diplomatic and political front Militancy is fine but should be confined Politics needs to take over” Today’s UJC is an umbrella organisations of 15 terrorist groups comprising the likes of Harkat-ul-Ansar Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen Al-Jihad Al-Barq and Tehrik-ul-Mujahideen Among these Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (Party of Holy Warriors) is the strongest one Most of the other outfits are defunct The council even expelledJaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) from its membership because of their involvement in operations outside Kashmir region However in 2003 bothwere given observer status in the confederation The poster boy of Kashmir’s new militancy Burhan Wani belongs to Hizb-ul-Mujhdeen and is widely seen as the man behind a renewed face of insurgency in Kashmir However the council has gone into hibernation following a temporary crackdown after the US began exerting pressure on Pakistan during General Pervez Musharraf’s reign to close terror camps inside PoK The coalition now headed by Syed Salahuddin disappeared for some time removed all signs of the organisation and asked its leaders to maintain low profiles after the 26 November 2008 Mumbai attacks and the subsequent tension between India and Pakistan according to security experts “It (UJC) is dysfunctional; most elements are reeling from bans in January 2002 and because of a much more restricted space Some of the groups are just on survival mode and the policy since June 2014 (read: Operation Zarb-e-Azb) has been one of a gradual deactivation and disengagement from these groups But you obviously can’t throw out those who came from the Indian side of Kashmir” Imtiaz Gul a strategic analyst and executive director of Islamabad-based think tank Centre for Research and Security Studies told Firstpostvia email “Mast Gul (a Pakistani militant commander who fought in Kashmir) even joined Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan Syed (Salahuddin) some times gives interviews but hisactions and movements are largely restricted” he added Last year in mid-July when Prime Minister Narendra Modi meet his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif the LeT had asked the UJC to "step up attacks against Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir rather than holding rallies and conferences in Pakistan" "(The UJC) should take part in practical jihadi activities in the battlefields of Jammu and Kashmir; there should have been attacks on Indian forces to unnerve New Delhi" LeT commander Iftikhar Rana said in an address at a ceremony organised by the UJC to commemorate 13 July which is marked as Martyrs’ Day in Muzaffarabad Mohammad Yousuf Shah aka Syed Salahuddin the head of UJC was one of the key candidates of the erstwhile political party Muslim United Front (MUF) in Kashmir which contestedthe 1987 elections Salahuddin was MUF’s candidate from the Amira Kadal Constituency He was arrested following the results in the polls which were widely believed to be rigged The arrest of Shah — who modelledhis nom de guerre on the name of 12th Century Muslim Saracen fighter Salahuddin Ayubbi — is believed to have resultedin the armed insurgency in Kashmir for the next two decades In an interview in 2012 Salahuddin accepted that Pakistan has been backing Hizb-ul-Mujahideen for its fight in Kashmir “We are fighting Pakistan’s war in Kashmir and if it withdraws its support the war would be fought inside Pakistan” he had said after becoming the chairman of the UJC in 1994 Written by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: August 28 2010 4:16 pm Related News Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey is planning to host the finale of her talk show in a huge open-air football stadium The 56-year-old TV mogul will host a star-studded finale in September 2011 when The Oprah Winfrey Show will end its 25 years run on American television She wants to move the production from her ChicagoIllinois studio to the city’s 61500 capacity Solder Fieldthe home of the Chicago Bears football teamin a bid to pack in a bigger audienceTV Guide reported But Winfrey has admitted the notoriously unpredictable climate in Chicago could scupper plans for an open-air finale “I don’t know if that’s going to happen You can never count on Chicago weather” Winfrey said An emotional Winfrey had announced last year that her iconic daytime talk show will soon come to an end The show was first aired 24 years ago on September 81986 from the city and has since featured over 28000 guests Winfrey has announced a slew of new programmes for her upcoming channel ‘OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network’which will launch on January 1next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: August 19 2017 2:30 pm Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Bareilly Ki Barfi released on Friday Related News From playing a sperm donor in his debut film to churning out some of the popular songs as a singer and song-writer to choosing unusual subjects in films Ayushmann Khurrana is one multi-talented man who believes that being an artiste he has a more interesting life than that of a superstar Ayushmann’s latest release is Bareilly Ki Barfi and his next is Shubh Mangal Saavdhan His last release Meri Pyaari Bindu did not do well at the box office but the actor says he is not under much pressure because his mind is always occupied in some creative process “It’s not that the failure of a film does not affect me but I am not just an actor but an artiste and I think the life of an artiste is much sexier and interesting than of superstar I am writing I am composing songs doing musical concerts I am acting in films… My mind is always in some creative process So I do not let the failure affect me much” Ayushmann said As an actor he caught attention with his debut film Vicky Donor and received praise from critics and audience alike He also impressed with his performance in Dum Laga Ke Haisha but the five films-old actor’s movies have not managed to shake up the box office Nevertheless his interesting and unique choice of scripts has always been spoken about His next film Shubh Mangal Saavdhan delves on erectile dysfunction Ayushmann said “Well that’s what I get more often… That’s why I have chosen that film But the fact is choosing the script is always a risk-taking step At times a film looks interesting on paper but it doesn’t get translated on the screen because filmmaking is a collaborating effort “I always wanted to work on unusual subjects in my films even as a newcomer In the beginning I refused to some formula films and Vicky Donor came to me because everyone refused to do the film That film worked Hopefully my new films will also work In Bareilly Ki Barfi he plays a small town bully He has worked in it with Kriti Sanon and Rajkummar Rao “Kriti is a revelation in this film She is actually a good actor… And of course I had a great fun shooting with Rajkumar He is playing a really funny and interesting character he has got all the punch lines and the transition of his character is more interesting than mine Having said that it is always great to have good actors in a film because that enhance everybody’s performance” shared Ayushman Having a humble beginning with theatre followed by television the actor has come a long way but success has not spoilt his simplicity Asked about how he maintains that Ayushman said “I am never sad nor am I a happy person I am somewhere in between And I am really a simple guy I am acting in front of the camera anyway so if I will act even off the camera when will I live my life “I cannot stay away from the real life because that is how I grow as an artiste For my theatre I travelled to various parts of the country and interacted with common people… So you know you are in a real space” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kochi | Published: October 12 2017 5:33 pm Any further slip-up against Guinea in their last Group C match on Friday will see Germany making an early exit (Source: Kevin D’Souza) Related News A 0-4 humiliation by Iran denting their confidence European powerhouse Germany face African side Guinea in a must-win match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Kochi on Friday Germany who have qualified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup as fifth place finisher from Europe via a play-off began their campaign with an unconvincing 2-1 win over Costa Rica before slumping to an embarrassing 0-4 defeat to Iran Any further slip-up against Guinea in their last Group C match tomorrow will see Germany making an early exit from the tournament The Christian Wueck-coached German side will need a win on Friday at the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium to secure an automatic spot in the Round of 16 as one of the two group toppers With six points to their kitty Iran have already qualified for the knock-outs Even a draw may see Germany through to the Round of 16 but they would want a win against Guinea as that will give them some confidence which has been shattered by Iran In their previous match against Iran Germany dominated the ball possession but their forwards were out of sorts as they had just four shots on target while the Asian team had 12 such efforts out of which they scored four goals If it was not for Germany goalkeeper Luca Plogmann making several important saves Iran may have won that match in Margao by a bigger margin Germany have players of calibre of striker and captain Jann-Fiete Arp who recently made his Bundesliga debut for Hambur but they will have to quickly forget their humiliation by Iran and brought their campaign back on track with a win against Guinea on Friday Guinea on the other hand have not won a match having lost to Iran 1-3 in their opening fixture before playing out a 1-1 draw against Costa Rica in their previous game For them it is a do-or-die match with just one point in their kitty A win tomorrow will give them a spot in the Round of 16 but anything less than that will send them crashing out of the competition In their previous match against Costa Rica in Margao Guinea paid the price of the profligacy of their goal-shy forwards as they had as many as 42 shots at target as compared to just eight by their opponents Having wasted a fine chance to collect full three points in their previous match Guinea will now have to try and notch up a win against Germany in their final group game They would take inspiration from Iran’s 4-0 thrashing of the European side Teams: Germany: Luca Plogmann Alexander Nitzl Pascal Hackethal Dominik Becker Jan Boller Noah Awuku Shaverdi Catin Eric Majetshcek Jan-Fiete ARP Elias Abouchabaka Nicolas Kuehn Luis Klatte Dennis Jastrzembski Yannik Keitel Kilian Ludewig Lars Mai maurice Malone John Yeboah Jessic Ngankam Yann Bisseck and Marian Prins Guinea: Guinea: Ibrahima Sylla Samuel Conte Ibrahima Soumah Charif Camara Issiaga Camara Fandje Toure Lape Bangoura Doss Soumah Aguibou Camara Djibril Sylla M Bemba Camara Seydouba Cisse Salia Bangoura Blaise Camara Abdoulaye Doumbouya Ismael Traore Elhedj Bah Naby Bangoura Aly Soumah and Mohamed Camara For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 23 2017 1:53 am The Nigdi office will continue the work of obtaining legal documents and permits from the Regional Transport Office for newly-procured buses File Top News THE Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML) administration has closed down the transport body’s Nigdi workshop — which served as the central workshop for the erstwhile PCMT (Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Transport) — and transferred the workers to its workshops in Swargate and other depots A total of 155 skilled mechanics specialising in engine binding and unit repairing were transferred on April 18 by the new Chairman and Managing Director Tukaram Mundhe The aim sources said was to build a single central workshop for the PMPML which until now had two workshops each in the jurisdiction of erstwhile PMT and PCMT before the merger in 2008 Keeping with this motive the machinery from the workshop too will be shifted to the Swargate workshop at the transport body’s headquarters on Shankarsheth Road Subhash Gaikwad PMPML spokesperson said it was a long pending step which would improve the maintenance work carried out by the transport body “Having two ‘central workshops’ was adversely affecting the efficient use of the manpower and machinery Some of the important works were carried out at the Swargate workshop while there were others which were carried out at the Nigdi workshop Now that both of them have merged all maintenance works will happen under one roof” said Gaikwad The Nigdi premise however will continue to do the official works such as obtaining the legal documents and permits from the Regional Transport Office (RTO) for newly procured buses among other such Meanwhile PMPML has organised an eye check-up camp for all its staffers including drivers conductors as well as those working with workshops and offices The check-up camps will be conducted in five phases starting from April 18 from Pune Station Bus Depot and ending on May 19 with a camp at Swargate Depot The camps have been organised with the support from Community Eye Care Foundation Post the check-up the staffers will also be counselled on eye care and provided with prescription in case they need treatment “The concept of conducting such a camp came from our new CMD Tukaram Mundhe It’s a must that our drivers conductors and mechanics have a great eye health It will positively affect our operations and safety” said Subhash Gaikwad labour and public relations officer PMPML For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 29 2017 11:31 pm Olly is the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships’s official mascot (Source: Twitter) Top News Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Thursday welcomed Olly the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships’s official mascot The mascot was welcomed with a flower bouquet at the state secretariat #Olly now reaches Ramadevi Women’s University to greet the students #GearUpForGlory #ACC2017 pictwittercom/T3Q2S7M6T5 — BMC (@bmcbbsr) 29 June 2017 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs Olly belongs to the Olive Ridley sea turtles which travel thousands of miles and arrive in large numbers every year at the Rushikulya and Gahirmatha beaches of the state for their annual nesting This is the third time that the Asian Athletics Championships are taking place in India They previously held in New Delhi in 1989 while in 2013 they took place in Pune Olly belongs to the Olive Ridley sea turtles which travel thousands of miles and arrive in large numbers every year at the Rushikulya and Gahirmatha beaches of the state for their annual nesting This is the third time that the Asian Athletics Championships are taking place in India They previously held in New Delhi in 1989 while in 2013 they took place in Pune The tournament is set to begin from July 6 and is a four-day championship at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar India have announced their squad that consists of 95 members including five players from Odisha itself Sprinter Dutee Chand Srabani Nanda Amiya Mallick Poornima Hembram and Jauna Murmu from Odisha are part of the Indian contingent Amiya Srabani and Dutee will participate in 100m 200m sprint and 4X100 relay respectively while Jauna Murmu will run in 400 hurdles Poornima Hembram will participate in heptathlon event (Inputs from PTI) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News

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