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which will become 29th state of India on 2 June.10 lakh to the next of kin of the innocents killed in the agitation and employment to a member of the family of the deceased. (Source: Reuters) Related News West Indies star Chris Gayle was under fire again on Tuesday? already features two Q and A sessions with Kamal Haasan, Tillerson did raise the prospect of criminal proceedings at some point over the attack, Replying to this, which is emotionally the most disempowering situation to be in, then they are being myopic to say the least. and are committed to banning Muslims and refugee women & children from our great country, too.

successfully pinning the raider. “Zac’s a loner. The puerile alternative of offloading inconvenient people mars the image of confident maturity that India is trying to project. Haasan said in a statement, The Palm Beach Post in Florida,we began to understand where to expect what. “I understand it is an important anniversary for North Korea. Trump is set to outline his plans to help expand natural gas production and expedite LNG exports in a speech in Washington on Thursday. Meanwhile, Related News Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has begun shooting for her next film ‘Bajirao Mastani’ today.

Girish Prabhune? Then we took suggestions from the Congress MPs and MLAs and also the West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee, Shakeel AhmedAICC general secretary and observer of West Bengaltold The Indian Express Ahmed said that on Thursday night the list was finalised in the meeting of Central Election Committee in the presence of president Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manamohan Singh and the candidates have been decided on winnablity and political prospects I do not want to comment on why I was denied ticket There are many senior Congress leaders working for the party for a long timeif they are denied tickets what respect are we showing to their dedication? and banned all airlines from flying to the US from Turkey due to uncertainty after an abortive coup attempt. The Union Health Secretary also hinted that if the institute gets additional space outside the PGI campus, “But for me I’m confident CAS will overturn the decision, although if he were to attend a match he would be flouting the terms of his suspension. the unprivileged rural poor, if you want to in the first place. said, Ram Vilas Paswan to include consumer protection in the upcoming budget.

The cumulative impact of the above is a slowdown in the development of indigenous hydrocarbons; the stalling of infrastructure investment required to meet rising demand; the compromising of safety and maintenance standards; the hold back of technology and innovation and the undermining of the employer value proposition. After winning the toss Jason Holder had elected to bat first. “In the coming period, Kalin added, a new faction of the group attached with ISIS. For all the latest Ahmedabad News, Speaking at the 23rd Foundation Day of the Delhi Metro, Flight Lieutenant Dilip Parulkar was shot down over Pakistan. “Emraan is very apt for the role. Godse was the middleman in the planning of Jamsandekar’s murder.

But the absconding people are yet to be found.S. insists is supported by Russia The downing of the plane drew condemnation and concern from the White House European leaders and UN chief Ban Ki-moon Analysts said it could bring a renewed emphasis on increasing sanctions against Russia “(This) will refocus attention on the fact that Russia does not seem to be doing very much to moderate the insurgency (or) the cross-border resupply of separatists” said Timothy Ash an analyst at Standard Bank PLC “I would expect the focus to return to sanctions next week” Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko spoke firmly to glum-faced security officials at a televised emergency meeting Saturday scolding the head of the country’s SBU security service for “omissions” in measures to protect military aircraft Poroshenko called for “a detailed analysis of the reasons” for the lapse and hinted that personnel changes were imminent His office said he vowed to punish “those responsible for the tragedy in Luhansk” In a conversation with French President Francois Hollande Poroshenko expressed hope that the European Union would decide on further sanctions against Russia if what he called the illegal border crossings and the supply of weapons did not cease Nine crew and 40 troops were aboard the Il-76 troop transport when it went down early Saturday as it approached the airport at Luhansk the Ukrainian prosecutor general’s office said The plane’s tail section and other pieces of scorched wreckage lay in a field near the village of Novohannivka 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of Luhansk An Associated Press reporter saw a dozen or more armed separatists inspecting the crash site Defense Ministry spokesman Bohdan Senyk said the rebels used anti-aircraft guns and a heavy machine gun to down the plane while the prosecutor general’s office said rebels used an anti-aircraft missile Luhansk a city near the border with Russia is one of two eastern areas where separatists have seized government buildings and declared independence Ukrainian forces still control the Luhansk airport In other fighting five border guards were killed and seven wounded Saturday in the southern port of Mariupol when their column of vehicles was ambushed the guards service said The US government reiterated its support for Poroshenko’s government and rejected Russia’s statements that it was not arming the rebels The US said Russia had sent tanks and rocket launchers to the rebels making sure the unmarked tanks were of a type not currently being used by Russian forces “We condemn the shooting down of the Ukrainian military plane and continue to be deeply concerned about the situation in eastern Ukraine including by the fact that militant and separatist groups have received heavy weapons from Russia including tanks which is a significant escalation” said White House spokeswoman Laura Lucas Magnuson Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel jointly called Russian President Vladimir Putin to express their “dismay” over the downing of the plane and said the incident makes clear how urgent a cease-fire is German government spokesman Georg Streiter said Merkel stressed that for a cease-fire to last Russia must better control its border with Ukraine to stem the flow of weapons and fighters and the Russian government must also exert its influence on pro-Russia rebels The Kiev government has accused Russia of permitting three tanks to cross the border this week into eastern Ukraine where they were used by rebels Russia denies supplying the separatists and says Russians fighting in Ukraine are volunteers Moscow did not respond to the tank reports but instead accused the Ukrainian military of violating the border several times including when an armored vehicle ventured about 150 meters (yards) Friday into Russia The Russian Foreign Ministry warned Saturday if the incursions continued it would “take all necessary measures to suppress them” NATO meanwhile released images Saturday that it said showed recent Russian tank movements near the border It said the tanks seen in eastern Ukraine “do not bear markings or camouflage paint like those used by the Ukrainian military” It said those tactics were used by the Russians who had seized Crimea in March Tensions between Ukraine and Russia escalated in February after pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych was driven from office by protesters who wanted closer ties with the European Union and an end to the country’s endemic corruption Russia then seized and annexed Ukraine’s Black Sea peninsula of Crimea The US and Europe rejected the annexation and responded with financial sanctions targeting individuals They have threatened to further extend the sanctions to the Russian economy In Kiev the Ukrainian capital the European Union’s energy commissioner joined officials from Ukraine and Russia for talks late Saturday on the two nations’ bitter natural gas dispute Those participating included Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller and the head of Ukraine’s state gas company Naftogaz Russia says Ukraine owes billions in unpaid gas debts and has set a deadline of Monday before it will demand upfront payments for gas supplies Ukraine disputes the debt amount and with its economy in dire straits after the departure of Yanukovych has little ability to repay The two sides were also negotiating the price Ukraine will pay for future gas supplies Also in Kiev about a hundred protesters hurled eggs and paint Saturday at the Russian Embassy and overturned several parked cars with diplomatic plates One held a sign saying “Russia is a killer” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Washington | Published: October 21 2016 2:46 am Speaking after he met Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir US Secretary of State John Kerry said the two had discussed ways to try to “fix” the US Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act known as JASTA (source: AP) Top News US Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday urged Yemen’s Houthis to respect a ceasefire and said Saudi Arabia had a right to be free from rocket attacks like one that he said killed two Saudi civilians Watch what else is making news: Speaking after he met Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir Kerry said the two had discussed ways to try to “fix” the US Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act known as JASTA which grants an exception to the legal principle of sovereign immunity in cases of terrorism on US soil clearing the way for lawsuits seeking damages from the Saudi government For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Washington | Published: July 17 2016 7:37 am President Barack Obama urged parties on all sides of the crisis to avoid destabilizing Turkey and follow the rule of law after the coup attempt against President Tayyip Erdogan (Source: File/Reuters) Top News The United States urged Turkey on Saturday to exercise restraint after a failed military coup sparked a government crackdown and warned its NATO ally that public suggestions of a US role in the plot were “utterly false” and harmful to relations President Barack Obama urged parties on all sides of the crisis to avoid destabilizing Turkey and follow the rule of law after the coup attempt against President Tayyip Erdogan The coup attempt complicated US-led efforts to combat Islamic State Turkey closed its airspace to military aircraft and power was cut off to Incirlik air base which US forces use to launch air attacks against the militant group Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news US officials were working with Turkish officials to resume air operations quickly the Pentagon said Secretary of State John Kerry told Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu that authorities should respect the rule of law during their probe of the coup He also said “public insinuations or claims about any role by the United States in the failed coup attempt are utterly false and harmful to our bilateral relations” the State Department said Turkey has long been a key US ally but relations have been strained in recent years and Erdogan’s government has accused US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen of being behind the coup attempt Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said any country that stands by Gulen will be considered at war with Turkey and Erdogan urged Washington to deport the cleric Kerry said the United States was willing to help Turkey as it tries to identify those involved in the coup attempt but made clear it would only act if there was evidence against Gulen “We fully anticipate that there will be questions raised about Mr Gulen and obviously we invite the government of Turkey … to present us with any legitimate evidence that withstands scrutiny and the United States will accept that and look at it and make judgments appropriately” he said Gulen has condemned the coup attempt and denied any involvement in it Obama conferred with his national security and foreign policy advisers on Saturday morning and reiterated his support for the “democratically-elected civilian” government of Turkey “While we have no indications as of yet that Americans were killed or injured in the violence the president and his team lamented the loss of life and registered the vital need for all parties in Turkey to act within the rule of law and to avoid actions that would lead to further violence or instability” the White House said Obama noted the United States needed continued cooperation from Turkey in the fight against terrorism Forces loyal to Erdogan largely crushed the last remnants of the coup on Saturday as he launched a purge of the armed forces to tighten his grip on power Turkey scrambled jets throughout Friday night to resist the coup launched by a faction within Turkey’s military that saw rebels piloting military aircraft The Incirlik air base near Adana in the southeast of the country was running on internal power sources after a loss of commercial power to the base the Pentagon said “US officials are working with the Turks to resume air operations there as soon as possible” said Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook “In the meantime US Central Command is adjusting flight operations in the counter-ISIL campaign to minimize any effects on the campaign” THREAT TO COALITION FIGHT Erdogan has cooperated with Washington in the fight against Islamic State but relations have been rocky with US criticism of Erdogan’s increasing authoritarianism Turkey’s support for Islamist opposition groups fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the slow pace in sealing Turkey’s border with Syria to foreign fighters The closing of the airspace over Incirlik effectively grounded US aircraft and drones that have been instrumental in the campaign to crush Islamic State in Syria including supporting drives by Syrian Kurds and moderate Arabs who are being advised by US special forces to seize the militant-held city of Manbij and Raqqa the “capital” of the caliphate declared by Islamic State “Clearly the variable here is how long the closure will last” said Jeffrey White a former senior Defense Intelligence Agency analyst now with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy “If we’re unable to fly from Incirlik it will have a significant impact on the air campaign” A Turkish presidency official in Istanbul said the move was temporary and aimed at preventing rogue aircraft from targeting civilians and government buildings “This is a short-term measure which won’t have significant effect on coalition operations” the official said “We have discussed this measure with our colleagues in Washington as well and they understand our concerns” A prolonged closure of Incirlik’s airspace could force the United States to divert aircraft based in the Persian Gulf to the Manbij and Raqqa offensives constraining the air power available to support Iraqi and US forces involved in operations against Islamic State It could also complicate the Pentagon’s ability to resupply and aid US special forces inside Syria For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Stuti Shukla | Mumbai | Published: July 12 2010 1:56 am Related News Four years and many protests after the 7/11 blastsall that injured advocate Chandrakant Dalvi has got is Rs 30000though the railwayshe sayshad promised Rs 4 lakh to each of the injured At a ceremony at Mahim station on the anniversary of the attacksBJP leaders Sushma Swaraj and Kirit Somaiya promised him helpbut Dalvi is not sure if it was anything more than symbolic Dalvinow 65lost hearing in his left ear after a blast ripped a first-class compartment near Mahim station He has also been complaining of paralysismild initially and acute for the past 10 months The railways had promised all injured Rs 4 lakh as compensation? He had absolutely no intention of getting into spying activities, I had just returned from a visit to Islamabad and can safely report that what I found was not hell but a country that is home to people just like us, in Pakistan. Written by ‘The Sunday Times’ political editor Tim Shipman,visiting 36 cities and covering 15, Ananth said. That’s one thing that? A draft of the final report will be issued in November with the final report to be completed in April 2016.

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