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New Delhi: As the holiday season begins, there have been examples of both being seen and heard in the capital and its suburbs.
However, the behaviour of youngsters during this time does not always reflect the wholesome image that the campaign of the organisers of the event brings out in the minds of the people of Delhi.
During Christmas and New Year, there are high numbers of college and non-collegiate students indulging in some unruly and inappropriate behaviour across the city. The latest instance of this being when a college party found throwing excreta from a moving bus, to other people on a footpath.
The video, which has been viewed over 10 lakh times since it was posted on social media platforms on Thursday, shows a college bus on the Delhi-Gurgaon highway near Mandi village, some 30 km from Delhi. In the video, students in a local rickshaw driver’s car are seen throwing the excreta on the footpath.
While one of the passengers of the rickshaw lights a cigarette, another person can be seen holding what looks like a stone in one hand and a bottle in the other, next to a vehicle. Another person can be seen hitting the driver of the rickshaw with what looks like a shoe.
The rickshaw also stops several times along the way, and the passengers throw the excreta in the dirt. At one point, the passengers of the vehicle shout “golto kaun ka tou jeet”, meaning, “who will do a （foul） deed today”. It is unclear when the rickshaw driver got back into the vehicle, and whether he or his vehicle belongs to a college or school.
The incident has spurred debate on social media in terms of what right the students have to throw excreta on a public path. The Delhi BJP said in a statement that the incident is an “appalling display of lawlessness”.
Delhi BJP has taken an appropriate action by lodging a complaint against the culprits & action will be taken against him. pic.twitter.com/ZjL7Wf5ZPr
In another instance, some college students were seen partying in the early hours of Thursday,
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Kuwait has expressed concern over Qatari support for the Islamic State group and its broader plan to set up a militant base in southern Syria, demanding that its citizens be expelled from ISIS-held areas, officials said Saturday.
Kuwaiti pressure is growing in the Gulf on Qatar, whose close ties with the kingdom have drawn the U.S.
Those ties began to strain last week after Doha donated $1 million to fund a youth center in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad. The move was seen as an explicit rebuke to Saudi Arabia, a close ally of Doha, for its support of the Saudi-backed government in Baghdad and its overall backing of the Iraqi military in the battle to dislodge ISIS militants.
Qatar’s outreach to Iraq was the latest sign of its movement away from its supporting Sunni Muslim groups aligned with Saudi Arabia in the conflict in Syria. Riyadh and a powerful group of Arab allies have united in opposition to the efforts by a U.S.-backed alliance of Kurdish and Arab fighters in northern Syria to drive ISIS from an area of northwestern Syria.
The push towards Baghdad followed Secretary of State John Kerry’s appeal to the international community on Wednesday to unite against the spread of ISIS.
“Kuwait is worried that Qatar and other Arab countries are supporting and financing the Islamic State, and we want to ask Qatar to stop supporting the Islamic State,” Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, Kuwait’s National Security Council adviser, said Saturday.
“Qatar, like Kuwait, is worried that these people