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but I know there will be a time when I have to break away and do my own thing, she says For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Ankara | Published: August 9 2016 1:25 am A pedestrian passes a sign commemorating people who died fighting the July 15th coup at Taksim Square in Istanbul (AP Photo| Thanassis Stavrakis) Top News Turkish authorities have detained at least 10 foreign nationals suspected of ties to a US-based cleric whom Turkey accuses of masterminding the July 15 failed coup a senior official said Monday At least four of them had been formally arrested pending trial while a fifth person had been released Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus told reporters after a Cabinet meeting One of the suspects was detained on Saturday after entering Turkey illegally from Syria the deputy premier said Kurtulmus said at least one wanted foreign national was on the run He didn’t provide details on their nationalities but said the number of foreigners detained could increase as the investigation deepens Turkey’s government launched a sweeping crackdown targeting followers of US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen who is accused of behind the coup attempt by renegade soldiers within the military Gulen who lives in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania has denied involvement Nearly 18000 people have been detained or arrested in the crackdown mostly from the military Tens of thousands of people have been suspended or dismissed from jobs in the judiciary media education health care military and local government The scope of the crackdown has alarmed European countries and rights groups who have urged restraint triggering criticism by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who has angrily complained of a lack of support from Turkey’s allies The government is demanding Gulen’s extradition from the US Washington has said it would need evidence of the cleric’s involvement and says the extradition process must be allowed to take its course On Sunday Turkey held a mass rally in Istanbul to denounce the attempted coup which two main opposition party leaders attended in a show of unity Kurtulmus citing police figures said as many as 5 million people had attended the rally which he described as a strong expression by the Turkish people of their demand that Gulen be returned to Turkey to face trial Turkey also is pressing for the extradition of other US-based Gulen supporters “I have no doubt that US officials will review their stance (on Gulen)” Kurtulmus said “Either they will continue to protect three or five bandits or they will act in a way that will allow them to win the hearts of a nation of 79 million people” Kurtulmus said the government doesn’t believe Gulen’s movement would be capable of staging another military coup but didn’t rule out possible acts of sabotage by his followers including cyberattacks Kurtulmus said however that Turkey was taking measures to counter any possible threat Watch Video: What’s making news “I can confidently say that there is no longer a threat of (another) coup” Kurtulmus said “But this organization will continue … to take action to harm Turkey” The deputy premier reiterated that 216 military personnel _ including nine generals _ suspected of taking part in the coup were at large Of the fugitives 180 of them were army personnel while 30 were paramilitary police He wouldn’t confirm Turkish media reports that claimed that some of the officers may have found refuge with Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq dismissing the reports as “speculation” Also Monday Kurtulmus announced that the government had lifted a decision to cancel all civil servants’ leaves which had forced many to return from vacations or cancel travel plans The ban was imposed soon after the coup attempt to allow authorities to investigate officials’ possible links to the Gulen movement For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 10 2012 1:47 am Top News A Three-dayState Level Exhibition and Project Competition (SLEPC) organised by the State Institute of Education (SIE) in collaboration with Department of Science and Technology was inaugurated at the SIE on Thursday Chief guest for the functionFinance-cum-Education Secretary V K Singhinteracted with the participants after the inaugural ceremony The SLEPC is organised under the INSPIRE Awards Scheme of Department of Science and Technology As many as 240 models and projects have been exhibited by the students of various government and private schools of Chandigarhwho have received Rs 5000 from Union Ministry of Science and Technology for preparing their projects Aatishya SharmaClass VII student of Delhi Public School said? 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