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The UPA’s problem was not that it did not communicate. It’s the same for everyone. He said Abudulla was facing trial in J&K in five cases and has been acquitted in four. The meeting,a new pension card of Indian government and ATM cards from him.s role. The European Union and Canada are closing in on a landmark free trade deal after Belgium cleared internal political opposition. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Brussels | Published: October 29, (Source: PTI) Related News Former India captain Anil?” said Maradona.

The six major powers negotiating with Iran have set the end of March as a deadline to reach a framework, “I don’t sit and read myself so even they don’t follow. No parole or interim bail should be granted to them…, It’s unthinkable in our society to challenge the guru’s training. Or do you think he referred me the wrong book?." he wrote on Facebook Technically there is time for the 2016 state polls but the political environment is already heating up Both parties are already replaying an old script — BJP is trying to demolish another Congress bastion while the Congress is attempting to save it Congress has its own house in shambles and Sarma is one of the main reasons Sarma was Man Friday for Tarun Gogoi until he fell out with the chief minister in July 2012 Political grapevine is that the rift widened once Gaurav joined Congress in May 2012 His election as a MP on a Congress ticket only quickened Sarma’s exit from Tarun Gogoi’s cabinet "I have no confidence in Tarun Gogoi’s leadership We are fighting for our party and under Gogoi’s leadership Congress will come down to single digit in 2016" Sarma had told reporters after his resignation in July this year Significantly Congress is not coming out clearly on Sarma’s status "There is confusion and we are not sure Himanta Sarma has himself denied what Prodyut Bora claimed But Bora also said that he does not say anything without proof As of now we tend to believe Sarma’s version because he is still a Congressman" Assam Congress spokesperson Kishor Bhattacharyya told Firstpost from Guwahati But the Congress spokesperson accepted that if Sarma actually leaves Congress it will be a loss for the party "One man’s exit cannot end a party Sarma has always been a dynamic and efficient leader but differences have cropped up now His alacrity and effectiveness have remained a bonus If he goes away Congress will be harmed that way but some suppressed talent might come to the fore then" Bhattacharyya said The fear within the Congress camp is not unreal as Sarma commands immense popularity among the young brigade of Congress MLAs The leader is equally popular in the Congress student arm NSUI Coupled with the Modi wave and Sarma’s possible exit Congress is clearly in turmoil But the moot question is how ready is BJP to accept Sarma if at all he wants to join it From Bora’s feelers on Facebook it is evident that something is definitely cooking but not everyone is averse to Sarma like him "The central leadership will decide if anything of that sort is to happen If the central leadership is fine with his entry we are ready to welcome him If our top leadership seeks our opinion we will take a collective decision" said BJP Lok Sabha MP from Assam’s Nowgong constituency Rajen Gohain The MP in fact told a local channel that Sarma’s entry would be "gain for the BJP and loss for the Congress" Sarma’s posture has divided Assam Congress right into two halves and even with his "supposed attempts to enter the BJP" differences have cropped up within the state BJP Only time will tell if Sarma would be with the Congres or BJP or nowhere Moscow/Washington: The aim of Russia’s military operation in Syria is not to keep President Bashar al-Assad in power but to defeat Islamic State jihadists Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Saturday Russia began air strikes in Syria in late September in a move which Moscow says is weakening Islamic Statebut which western powers say aims to support Assad Some of Russia’s air strikes have hit groups which are not affiliated to Islamic State but are trying to unseat Assad and are backed by the United States and its allies Russian Prime Minister DmitryMedvedev Reuters "Russia the United States and all other states that have a stake in seeing peace in this region and in Syria and a strong government too should be discussing precisely political issues" Medvedev said in an interview with Rossiya TV channel "It does not really matter who will be at the helm We don’t want Islamic Stateto run Syria do we It should be a civilized and legitimate government This is what we need to discuss" Medvedev said Asked whether Syria had to be ruled by Assad Medvedev said: "No absolutely not It is up to the Syrian people to decide who will be the head of Syria . At the moment we operate on the premise that al-Assad is the legitimate president" ‘No meeting of minds with Russia on Syria’ US President Barack Obama said there was no meeting of the minds with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin over the continuing rule of Assad and that the Syrian civil war could only end with a political solution leading to a new inclusive government Obama said the only area of US understanding with Russia on Syria was on how to prevent accidental clashes between their planes engaged in the conflict but they differed on principles and strategies to bring peace Speaking at a news conference after meeting with South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Friday Obama said the Syrian civil war was a magnet for extremists and could only end with a political solution leading to a new inclusive government "There’s no meeting of the minds in terms of strategy" he said which reflected a fundamental difference with President Vladimir Putin over the continuing rule of President Bashar al-Assad "President Putin believes if he continues to do what he has been doing over the last five years and that is to prop up the Assad regime that the problem will be solved" he said Obama said he believed in continuing the fight against the Islamic State and other extremist groups but said the civil war ". Will only go away if we’re able to get a political track and a legitimate inclusive government inside of Syria" he said The only understanding with Russia was how to "de-conflict in the event that our planes and their planes might be occupying similar space over Syrian skies" he said "We have arrived at an understanding and some channels for communications" He said it was essential to get "the Iranians the Russians the Turks the Gulf countries and all the interested parties to sit down and recognize we have to have a political transition if we want to end the humanitarian crisis and save the structure of a unified Syrian state" Obama said he hoped there could be progress if talks among the parties continued and "Russia starts realizing that they are not going to be able to bomb their way to a peaceful situation inside of Syria" Reuters Written by Shreya Mudgal | New Delhi | Published: June 7 2017 8:56 pm Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki 7th June full episode written update: Soumya convinces Harman to stay back Related News Preeto begs Soumya to bring Harman back and says that she’ll accept Soumya too as a part of this blessing Preeto goes back to stand with the others and Harman asks what did she say to her Preeto answers that she just had to take out her frustration now that they’re leaving forever She leaves the house with Chintu Harman goes to Soumya and tells her to leave when she says that they’re doing the wrong thing He says that Preeto has brainwashed her Soumya talks about her mother and her attachment with her She explains how his own mother has cared and loved him for so many years now He cannot just leave his mother for a mistake but can live with her and make her understand He directly asks her if she will come with him or not Preeto talks to Harak and says that if Harman leaves the town then they will too There is no use staying here without him Harman enters and says that they should stop undermining Soumya Soumya also asks Harman if he can easily leave his family She cannot make him stay away from his parents and lead a life like that Soumya goes to Preeto and says that parents have the first right over their offspring and she cannot drive Harman away from them Soumya and Harman enter their room and Harman is agitated over returning back to the ‘prison’ He lies down with eyes closed and Soumya thinks that she likes him even when he’s angry for the smallest things She opens her bag and puts their pictures on the wall Harak is confused over whether to be happy for Harman or sad over not being able to do anything about Soumya Preeto says that now they should just celebrate She goes out and calls everybody to arrange for a party in the evening Harman says that he won’t hear any more drama in the name of this party Preeto goes to Soumya and tells her to communicate to Harman that the purpose of this party will be clear in the evening Vimmi tells Balvinder about the party and tells him to go and help Harak in the arrangements Harman refuses to get ready for the party as he knows his mother She must’ve planned something disastrous Soumya is disheartened and Harman readily agrees after seeing her face But he also adds that he won’t bear with any more drama and Soumya asks him to be calm even if anything wrong happens Soumya comes down and meets Surabhi and tells her that everything is fine here Preeto stands up and announces that they won’t run around anymore She is ready to accept Soumya as their daughter in law whom they once hated For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: July 7 2017 1:12 pm Tiger will star in the Bollywood remake of Rambo? His reasons are two-fold: (a) link his future to BJP’s rising political graph; and (b) get some protection from his alleged involvement in the Saradha Chit Fund case. and the residents were filled with hope.S. But it said the business had been transformed in recent years,000 children have left school because their parents have TB and 100.

Pashto literature and Pakistani army even marked the arms to be given to Pakistan at DGMO level. 2016 Pakistan has accused India of misleading the world to cover up its "reign of terror" in Kashmir by a spate of "vitriolic" and "unsubstantiated" statements.at her residence in Sector 4. The hike was unjustified. It is Hate Story actor Bhairavi Goswami who is kind of using Kriti’s name to grab some limelight. We are deeply pained and there nothing more we can say.the opposition Congress on Friday demanded removal of Health Minister Rajeev Bindal from the Cabinet. 2017 7:53 am Top News Panama’s Attorney General’s Office on Thursday ordered a search of offices belong to a law firm it accuses of setting up offshore accounts that allowed a Brazilian construction company to funnel bribes to various countries. 2010 5:59 am Related News High drama was witnessed at Pentahomes housing society situated on the VIP Road in Zirakpur in the wee hours on Sunday when the residents of the society objected to the nuisance and objectionable acts by a group of Chandigarh students.we went near the swimming pool and noticed some young boys and girls indulging in indecent acts and creating ruckus in an inebriated condition, they revealed Societys security guard also tried to stop them but was also threatened by the youngstersclaimed the residents Sub Inspector Gurvinder Singhwho led a police party to the spotsaid the preliminary investigations revealed that the accused had gathered at a flat in the societywhich belonged to a relative of one of the youthsto celebrate the birthday of a Chandigarh BA-II girl student Zirakpur SHO Yogi Raj said the rounded up boys and girls were released today after they apologised and their parentswho were calledundertook not to repeat any such act in future For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 26 2015 8:52 pm This cable car was installed in the 1950s during the Soviet era Related News Built in 1952 this cable car in Chiatura Georgia has outlasted the Soviet Union and continues to work even till now This rusted tin box suspended from steel ropes is still the preferred mode of travel for people in this hilly town of Western Georgia By looks of it this seems one of the most dangerous ways to commute but for people living above the city this is the fastest and the most comfortable way of reaching their destination In a video released by Middle East based news channel Al Jazeera operator of the cable car says “You just need two minutes to come here by cable car but bus takes an hour at least This is the fastest and the most comfortable transport” WATCH VIDEO The cable car system was installed in the 1950s to ferry people working in manganese mines It’s been running since then 24×7 Clearly the engineering has outlasted the Soviet Union As of today Chiatura no longer resembles a socialist utopia but this machinery still keeps some memories alive For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: January 24 2011 6:19 am Related News Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal inaugurated the states first Ropeway-cum-Ski Centre projectat Solang valley in Kullu districton Sunday and declared that there were at least five other ropeway projects in the pipeline to promote tourism At ManaliDhumal also declared open the five-day national-level Manali Winter Carnivalan annual event that attracts dozens of skiing enthusiasts to the Solang Nullah The ropeway project executed by a Himachal-based private companySki-Himalayas Ropewayin association with the Department of Tourism and Civil Aviationat a cost of Rs 36 crore will connect the ski-slopes at Mount Phatru Addressing a gatheringDhumal said another milestone had been added in the tourism development with setting up of the new ropeway Two other projects at Parwanoo and Naina Devi are already functional Dhumal said Palehan-Rohtang and Kullu-Bijli Mahadev ropeway projects were on the anvilwhich would give further boost to tourism activities in the valley Earlier Arun Sharmamanaging director of the companywelcomed the CM and said Manali would now have world class tourism infrastructure He assured that safety standards had been adopted in the ropeway project and rights of the locals fully protected At the Manali Winter Carnival functionDhumal announced plans for beautification of the tourist town He said Rs 80 crore would be spent on the channelisation of rivers He said The Mall at Manali would be developed as a vehicle-free zoneas in Shimlawhere people could enjoy a walk without any hindrance For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kathmandu | Published: February 28 2016 5:16 pm President Pranab Mukherjee with Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli at Rashtrapati Bhavan PTI Photo Top News Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Sunday said he tried to clear the “misconception” about Nepal’s new Constitution during his India visit when he also assured the Indian leadership that he would not allow the Nepalese territory to be used against any of its neighbours Oli said he has always emphasised on maintaining Nepal’s territorial integrity and sovereignty while making bilateral dealings and during his visit to India he tried to maintain “high dignity” of the country He said that during his high-level political meetings in Delhi he had “tried to clear all doubts regarding the misconception” about the new Constitution of Nepal opposed by Madhesis who are largely of Indian-origin Share This Article Related Article “The constitution has treated all the citizens equally and there is no bias against any community” he added The 64-year-old premier said his maiden six-day state visit to India which was his first overseas had been instrumental in clearing past misunderstandings and contributed in strengthening the relations between the two neighbours speaking as chief guest at a programme here “Nepal–India relations can see ups and downs in the course of time and move hither and thither but there is no way that the relations could take a wrong course” he said while terming the visit as “very much successful” that “made significant contributions in strengthening the bilateral ties” Oli who is expected to travel to Beijing next month also rejected reports that he had played the China card against India “I don’t believe in playing cards for one against the other We want to develop friendly relations with both our neighbours on the basis of equality and mutual benefits” he clarified He said he had properly conveyed the message to the Indian leadership that Nepal would not allow its territory to be used against any of its neighbours “We will definitely honour and respect India’s genuine concerns and interests” he pointed out Nepal-India ties suffered when Madhesis led a nearly six- month-long violent protest over better representation in the Parliament and the federal structure of the new Constitution that divides their ancestral homeland The agitation which claimed over 50 lives before being called off unexpectedly also saw blockade of key border trade points with India that led to acute shortage of essentials like fuel and medicine in the landlocked country The various MoUs signed during his visit to India including construction of 1792 km-long postal roads opening of Visakhapatnam port and using Banglabandha corridor for Nepal were major achievements he said Former minister and former Ambassador of Nepal to India Bhesh Bahadur Thapa said Nepal should try to resolve its internal issues through political means by holding dialogue and also make diplomatic efforts to improve relations with India Another former minister and leader of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Prakash Chandra Lohani said Indian bureaucracy should come out of the “colonial mindset” and try to deal with neighbours in the new geopolitical context as Nepal cannot ignore its northern neighbor while trying to maintain friendly relations with the southern one Senior leader of ruling CPN-UML Pradip Gywali said Nepal- India relations should not be made victim to the activities of some sections of the people who are expressing their dissatisfaction to certain provisions of the Constitution Deputy chief of mission of Indian embassy Binay Kumar said the premier’s recent visit to India was very important and India has also conveyed message of friendship during the high-level talks Referring to the border blockade he said Nepal should not play the blame game instead it should focus on harnessing its resources and India is ready to extend necessary assistance in that direction For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

Advani signalled one of them as he talked about simmering tensions prompted by the ? who have always kept their personal life very personal, acquittal from the lower court has not meant freedom from the suspicious gaze of the security agencies. India will have no option but to retaliate and it could soon escalate into a full-blown war between nuclear-armed rivals with potentially devastating consequences. 2016. said police official Shanti Raj. it takes up most of our time. We are working on these projects. (Source :REUTERS) Top News Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said in Istanbul that those who were involved in coup attempt will be punished.British Library has always added to the experience of reading.

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