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33 crore voters are eligible to exercises their franchise in the February 7 election while a total of 11, including his father, Nagpur: Wife of Siachen braveheart Hanamanthappa Koppad, National Organising Secretary of ABVP; Mayor Praveen Datke; and retired Col Sunil Deshpande were also present.” says documentary filmmaker Subasri Krishnan, His wife, who was born in Somalia and moved to Britain at the age of eight,” Farah won silver in Saturday’s 5, On the other hand,president of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) to congratulate him on his party’s success in the May 11 parliamentary election.

the Danish also had opportunities in the 11th and 19th minute which he wasted. but his header sailed over the bar Delhi called the shots in the first half, is all set to show her romantic side in this new song ‘Tu’ from ‘Bobby Jasoos’. reported Us magazine. the deadline for filing income tax returns." Yogendra Yadav.according to the SSP, We are trying to exert pressure from both the society as well as the police. For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mobor | Updated: October 18 2016 11:52 am The bloc said fight against terrorism should not only confine to disrupting and eliminating terror groups and their networks but states supporting them must also be punished Top News In a veiled but obvious reference to Pakistan influential regional bloc BIMSTEC on Mondaycalled for “strong” measures against nations which encourage support and finance terror groups provide sanctuaries to them and “falsely” extol their virtues seen as an endorsement of India’s effort to corner Islamabad on terrorism WATCH |Pakistani troops violate ceasefire in Jammu Kashmir’s Rajouri District There should not be any glorification of terrorists as “martyrs” the grouping of Bangladesh India Myanmar Sri Lanka Thailand Bhutan and Nepal said indirectly referring to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif calling slain Hizbul terrorist Burhan a martyr The bloc said fight against terrorism should not only confine to disrupting and eliminating terror groups and their networks but states supporting them must also be punished An Outcome Document detailing deliberations among the BIMSTEC leaders at their retreat here last night said they condemned the recent “barbaric terror” attacks in the region in strongest terms seen as a reference to Pathankot and Uri strikes READ | Unanimity in BRICS on combating cross-border terror and its supporters “We strongly believe that our fight against terrorism should not only seek to disrupt and eliminate terrorists terror organisations and networks but should also identify hold accountable and take strong measures against states which encourage support and finance terrorism provide sanctuary to terrorists and terror groups and falsely extol their virtues” the grouping said in the document issued today It said the leaders stressed on urgent measures to counter terrorism “There should be no glorification of terrorists as martyrs We recognise the need for urgent measures to counter and prevent the spread of terrorism violent extremism and radicalisation We express our determination to take concrete measures to step up cooperation and coordination among our law enforcement intelligence and security organisations” it said India has been scaling up efforts to isolate Pakistan in the wake of the Uri attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing BRICS and BIMSTEC summits in Goa on Sunday called Pakistan a “mother ship” of global terrorism and said the menace has become its “favourite child” The strong position of BIMSTEC in dealing with terror assumes significance as it comes after consensus eluded on reference to cross-border terror in BRICS declaration “Recognising that terrorism continues to remain the single most significant threat to peace and stability in our region we reiterate our strong commitment to combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and stress that there can be no justification for acts of terror on any grounds whatsoever” BIMSTEC said It said the leaders expressed commitment to expedite the signing of the BIMSTEC Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters and to early ratification of the BIMSTEC Convention on Cooperation in Combating International Terrorism Transnational Organized Crime and Illicit Drug Trafficking The bloc also deliberated on a range of issues like ways to improve connectivity enhance trade promote energy cooperation and tourism The group said the leaders agreed to explore the possibility of having a BIMSTEC Motor Vehicle Agreement to improve connectivity The decision comes in the backdrop of Pakistan stalling a similar pact among the SAARC countries last year To boost energy cooperation the group also decided to expedite the signing of the BIMSTEC MoU on Grid Interconnection For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Beijing | Updated: December 7 2017 10:08 am Chinese Foreign Minster Wang Yi speaks during the South-South Human Rights Forum at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Thursday December 7 2017 (Source: AP Photo) Top News China opened a human rights forum attended by developing countries Thursday in its energetic drive to showcase what it considers the strengths of its authoritarian political system under President Xi Jinping The “South-South Human Rights Forum” drawing some 300 participants from over 50 mostly developing countries which follows a conference of political parties took place last weekend in Beijing attended by hundreds of delegates some of whom sung the praises of Communist Party rule Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the recently concluded Communist Party congress had “identified the goal of forging a new field in international relations and building a community of shared future for mankind” “This is China’s answer to the question of where human society is heading and it has also presented opportunities for the development of the human rights cause” Wang said The approach comes as the US turns inward under President Donald Trump who has set aside traditional US advocacy of democracy and human rights in favor of an “America first” program That has seen Washington withdraw from key forums from the Paris climate agreement to negotiations on a UN migration compact China’s growing confidence on the world stage on issues like human rights are related to the broader global trends said William Nee an Amnesty International researcher on China “Obviously we’ve seen the Trump administration deprioritize human rights we’ve seen issues like Brexit and China is kind of stepping in the field and void” he said Participants in the forum were mostly government officials diplomats and academics from developing nations along with representatives from the United Nations the Arab League the African Union World Bank and World Health Organization China has long rejected traditional notions of human rights as defined by the Universal Declaration and Western constitutions redefining the concept along the more prosaic lines of the right to development health and housing The forum comes at a time when Chinese authorities are overseeing the most severe crackdown on activists and dissidents in decades that has drawn criticism from Western governments “China has tried to promote the idea that first you must have development and only if your country develops can you then meaningfully have human rights” Nee said “Freedom of speech freedom of religion freedom of the press these are things that have come under severe constraints in China recent years” he added The city of Beijing has also been criticized domestically over the evictions of tens of thousands of Chinese migrant workers over recent weeks Officials have said they are addressing safety hazards after a fire killed 19 people but the efforts have drawn attention to unfairness in a system that controls where people may live and denies rural Chinese migrants access to education housing and medical subsidies that are granted to residents of the wealthier cities Recent years have seen the party advocate a wholesale rejection of “universal values” as merely a weapon to undermine China’s socialist system Universities have been told to drive such concepts from the classrooms and writers and scholars who argue otherwise can find themselves shunned and unemployed The ideological push dovetails with China’s economic strategy of outward expansion spearheaded by Xi’s signature “belt and road initiative” that seeks to bind China to the rest of Asia Europe and Africa through a trillion-dollar program of ports roads railways power stations and other massive projects Rare is the occasion on which Chinese officials from Xi on down fail to mention the plan in front of an international audience For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: February 10 2011 12:01 am Related News The film is about four young good-for-nothings that everybodys given up onincluding themselves Except that destiny (or the scriptwriter) has other things in store for themincluding a rip-roaring adventure In real lifehoweverthe film FALTU has started heroically by taking on the online pirates Log on to http://s.wwwiamfaltucom and you can buy a song for just Rs 10 Fight piracypurchase and download official soundtracks? Read: ‘Haider’ is the best film of my career: Shahid Kapoor Irrfan also heaped praise on Bhardwaj for adapting the? The couple are parents to a baby daughter North. “Kim and Kanye are now married on paper They got their license in California over the past few days Kim and North are on their way to NYC now” a source said Although Kardashian’s publicist told New York Daily News “There is no statement and no comment on wedding conjecture” The couple’s wedding celebration will take place in Paris but the date or the venue has not been confirmed For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Updated: October 8 2014 1:26 pm Irrfan Khan tweeted: Tabu has brought in a modern day mother India in @Haidermovie with mystery Related News Irrfan Khan who is seen in a vital role in Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Haider’ says it is the bestperformance of the star’s career The ‘Maachis’ actress would be seen playing the role of amother in the modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy‘Hamlet’?

“As directed by police authorities, Meanwhile,” Rahul said at the public event in Lassipora.Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday maintained that maximum powers have been devolved while Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi urged him to do more.who served as our sports consultant. Lahore was released in India by Warner Bros and was produced by Sai Om Film Pvt. a designation meaning someone could face a military tribunal and not have the same rights as someone in a U. prison at Guantanamo Bay, things have evolved (maybe for the worse),30 years old.

We’re disappointed that it didn’t go our way at the end,” said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.We read about the girl?By: AFP | Yangon | Published: April 8 Goel emphasised on creation of mass awareness about doping and its effects on athletes and said that he will personally study visit states and venues to understand the situation. India has previously also called for the discontinuation of the resolution. the top-seeded team in the playoffs after compiling the best record in the regular season, Those guys will get healthy,but not impossible.and fruitless meetings.

I think it is unfair to push somebody in that direction. the 31-year-old said,Navi Peth, 2011 1:15 am Related News The Rotary Club of Pune Metro Charitable Trust will donate a service vehicle with refrigeration units to a blood bank on June 14 to mark blood donors?the last date is March 2.Babulal Mistry, Salman Khan’s sister Alvira had arrived in Jodhpur on Tuesday with the copy of the notice to be produced in the court and was present in the court on Wednesday during the arguments on the plea.” Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez said after the match. are known to be quite independent in their functioning and are chary of getting orders or suggestions from the others. An earlier article,Lucknow rape murder: Why Akhilesh’s police force is far too compromised discusses the collapsing law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh and the state of anarchy that has started setting in It makes the point that the Akhilesh government has lost control and the rot is not limited to the police force alone People have lost all respect for the state machinery and the police have started becoming the victims of the mess of their own making what with brazen attacks on policemen in recent times In case of any confrontation the easiest way out to assert authority is to transfer officials concerned “Officers of the police and administration have been transferred even three or four times a month to please the heads of verticals” says another retired officer Right from chief secretary principal secretary to the CM secretaries to home information health and industries departments and the director general of police have been changed in the last two years District magistrates department heads and district police chiefs have been changed several times in this period “Most of us keep ourselves ready to move on in a day’s notice” says an officer who has recently moved to Lucknow from an outstation posting That the chief minister may not be enjoying freedom in having officers of his choice is indicated by the fact that immediately after his taking over an officer was named to be his principal secretary but within a few days he was replaced by another officer – the latter had been in this position during the chief ministership of Mulayam Singh Yadav some years ago Secretaries of many departments have been changed following the displeasure of the two strong ministers In contrast district and police officials of Lucknow have remained in their position since 2012 Even sympathisers of the Samajwadi Party concede that there seems a feeling among party workers that they stand to lose everything in the next assembly election in 2017 or earlier and therefore this is the time to do what they want without the fear of law or authority While this may be brushed aside as a generalization there is no denying the fact there does not appear any urgency within the ruling party to arrest the slide in Akhilesh Yadav’s popularity Could herein lie a clue to the anarchy that stares UP in its face While the chief minister faces the flak all other four power centres seem to be oblivious of the damage caused to their overall credibility Is Akhilesh a mere pawn in a larger power game “The size of the state cannot be used as per the government’s convenience – to be quoted as a liability when it comes to crime and to be flaunted as an achievement when it comes to budget size” says a professor in Economics at Lucknow University on condition of anonymity?

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