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The party,02 in the opening trade.The gauge has lost 40759 points in the previous three sessions In similar fashion the NSE Nifty declined by 3435 points or 032 percent to 1064835 Sectoral indices led by capital goods IT tech oil and gas banking and PSU were trading in the negative zone Major losers were Wipro L&T HDFC Bank Adani Ports Infosys Tata Motors Asian Paints Bharti Airtel ICICI Bank Maruti Suzuki Axis Bank ITC Ltd and Reliance Industries falling by up to 128 percent Representational image Reuters Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) net sold shares worth Rs 83094 crore while domestic institutional investors (DIIs) bought equities to the tune of Rs 42892 crore yesterday as per provisional data Trend at other Asian markets however was better as investors kept a cautious watch on developments in US-China trade negotiations Japan’s Nikkei advanced 025 percent while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng was up 022 per cent in early trade China’s Shanghai Composite index too rose 046 percent The Dow Jones Industrial Average however ended 022 percent lower in yesterday’s trade Rupee weakens The rupee weakened by 17 paise to 6787 against the US dollar in early trade at the interbank forex market today on fresh demand for the greenback from importers and banks Crude oil’s breach of the $80 per barrel-mark in global market and a lower opening of the domestic equity market too weighed on the investor sentiment here Dealers attributed the rupee’s fall to increased demand for the US currency from importers and foreign fund outflows However dollar’s weakness against some currencies overseas capped the losses Yesterday the rupee had managed to hold its ground against the US currency gaining by 10 paise to end at 6770 per dollar Meanwhile the benchmark BSE Sensex fell by 12510 points or 035 percent to 3502402 in the opening trade today United Nations: The UN Security Council overwhelmingly rejected a Russian resolution calling for condemnation of "aggression" by the United States United Kingdom and France against Syria on Saturday a vote reflecting support for the allied air strikes on Syrian chemical sites But the vote at the end of an emergency meeting called by Russia also demonstrated again the paralysis of the UN’s most powerful body in dealing with Syria’s seven-year conflict Russia’s demand for condemnation and an immediate halt to "aggression" and "any further use of force" by the three Western allies got support from only two other countries on the 15-member Security Council — China and Bolivia By contrast eight countries voted against the Russian draft — the US UK France Netherlands Sweden Kuwait Poland and Ivory Coast Four countries abstained — Ethiopia Kazakhstan Equatorial Guinea and Peru At the meeting the fifth in a week on chemical weapons in Syria Russia and its supporters again clashed with the US and its allies over a suspected poison gas attack on 7 April in the Damascus suburb of Douma The US UK and France said they launched air strikes against Syrian chemical sites after obtaining evidence that a chemical weapon was used by President Bashar Assad’s government Russia and its ally Syria called the attack fabricated and said no evidence of chemical weapons use exists in Douma Representational image AP US Ambassador Nikki Haley told the council "there is clear information demonstrating Assad’s culpability" And she said President Donald Trump told her Saturday morning that if the Syrian regime uses poisonous gas again "the United States is locked and loaded" to strike again "When our president draws a red line our president enforces the red line" Haley stressed "The United States of America will not allow the Assad regime to continue using chemical weapons" France’s UN Ambassador Francois Delattre said the result of the vote sends "a clear message" that Security Council members recognised the need for the air strikes and "their proportional and targeted nature" "And what’s most important is no one contests that the use of chemical weapons cannot be tolerated and must be deterred" he said "That is essential" Russia’s UN Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia said the meeting confirmed that the US and its allies "continue to put international politics and diplomacy in the realm of myth-making — myths invented in London Paris and Washington" "We put facts contrary to your myths" he said "If we continue on this path we will soon reach the diplomacy of the absurd" Russia and Syria also clashed with the three Western allies over the legality of the air strikes and responsibility for the Security Council’s paralysis Britain’s UN Ambassador Karen Pierce blamed Russia for repeatedly vetoing resolutions on the use of chemical weapons in Syria and said the UK took military action "to save lives" on the legal basis of "humanitarian intervention" Britain believes "that is wholly within the principles and practices of the United Nations" she said Russia’s Nebenzia called it "a very sad day for the world for the UN for its Charter which was blatantly blatantly violated and for the Security Council which has shirked its responsibilities" "I would like to believe that we will not see a day that is worse than today" he said Looking ahead Delattre said France Britain and the United States will soon be presenting the Security Council with a new draft resolution aimed at achieving a lasting solution to the Syrian conflict that addresses political chemical and humanitarian issues A draft resolution circulated by the three countries and obtained late Saturday by The Associated Press would condemn all use of chemical weapons especially the 7 April attack in Douma It seeks answers from Syria on gaps in its chemical weapons declaration to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons And it would establish a new body to determine responsibility for chemical attacks call for a cease-fire in Syria unimpeded access for all humanitarian aid and an urgent resumption of negotiations on a political 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