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Police seized nearly 1, For all the latest Ahmedabad News,t want my store to look New Age, she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Kasserine | Published: January 23 2016 9:36 am A woman walks past a police car in Tunis Friday Jan22 2016 (AP Photo/Riadh Dridi) Related News Tunisia’s president has vowed to end the cycle of unrest that has pummeled towns across the country as authorities imposed a nationwide curfew five years after the nation convulsed by protests overthrew its longtime ruler and moved onto the road to democracy President Beji Caid Essebsi Friday warned that Tunisia could fall prey to Islamic State group militants in neighbouring Libya profiting from the instability The violent demonstrations over unemployment opened a new front of concern for Tunisia already struggling from a foundering economy and the threat of terrorism after three major attacks last year The week of increasingly violent demonstrations was triggered Sunday when a young man who was turned down for a government job climbed a transmission tower in protest and was electrocuted His death had unsettling resonance: The suicide five years ago of another unemployed youth set off the popular uprising that overthrew Tunisia’s autocratic leader Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and gave rise to the “Arab Spring” uprisings This North African country has been the only Arab Spring nation to avoid a chaotic aftermath and take the road to democracy “We will get out of this ordeal” the president said in his first address to the nation since the crisis erupted He pressed the government to put in place a program to address unemployment About one in three young people remains without work “One cannot speak of dignity without a job” he said “You can’t tell people who are hungry … to be patient” Tunisia’s prime minister Habib Essid cut short a visit to France to preside over an extraordinary Cabinet meeting today A curfew from 8PM until 5AM (local time) was declared because the attacks on public and private property “represent a danger to the country and its citizens” the Interior Ministry said Weekend sports events were canceled A tense calm reigned The unrest began Sunday in the town of Kasserine in central Tunisia where the young man electrocuted himself not far from the town of Sidi Bouzid where a vegetable seller set himself afire in 2011 triggering Tunisia’s revolution Tunisia’s unemployment stands around 15 percent but is 30 percent among youth and in the Tunisian heartland that has long felt ignored by the powers-that-be in the capital despite government promises of change For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Syed Khalique Ahmed | Ahmedabad | Published: March 30 2011 2:49 am Related News The new Gujarat Money Lending (Control) Bill 2011 passed by the state Assembly on Monday bringing the operation of the non-banking financial companies (NBFC) under the control of the state government is interpreted to be a big step forward in the interest of thousands of borrowers Sources in the office of assistant district registrar (money lending) said that since NBFCs operated on the licences issued by the Reserve Bank of India with the state government having no control over themmany borrowers became victims of arbitrary charging of interest up to 35-40 per cent per annum in case of any delay in repayment Money lending regulations in Gujarat does not allow interest above 21 per cent under any circumstances Officials say loopholes in the RBIs provisions with regard to NBFCs were that while the top bank fixed the rate of interest on depositsit had given a free hand to NBFCs to charge any rate of interest on loans from borrowers Moreovermost of the NBFCs are registered outside Gujarat The borrowersin case of any disputehad to file a case in the court outside the state Since it is something beyond the capacity of an ordinary borrowerNBFCs used their helplessness to overcharge from them?

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