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Following it, no-one’s beaten them for a long time,” Utmost force Striking a mosque would be a shift in tactics for the Sinai militants, They should be allowed to hold office, said Gabi Satavwho met the Youth Congress members at UT guest house asked the members to participate in various activities and the domicile reservation issue For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News We recently burnt around 10 tonnes of confiscated gutkha. Gives me 1, breaking tiles or heads. The aim should be to penalise the wrong-doers and deter the growth of such constructions in the city, said Prabhu For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsZimbabwe’s Mnangagwa appoints former army boss as party VP | Reuters World Reuters Dec 23 2017 22:33:03 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 23 2017 22:33 PM | Updated Date: Dec 23 2017 22:33 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Washington: The head of Tibet’s government in exile said on Wednesday that it would be "logical" for Donald Trump to meet the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama since the US president has visited homes of the Muslim Jewish and Christian religions on his current international tour The Dalai Lama has met the past four US presidents greatly angering China which considers Tibet a renegade province and the spiritual leader a dangerous separatist He has not yet been invited to meet Trump who has been courting Beijing’s support over North Korea File image of Dalai Lama Reuters "Donald Trump. has been to all three major sacred places of three major traditions" Lobsang Sangay Tibet’s prime minister in exile said referring to Trump’s visits to Saudi Arabia Israel and the Vatican "So what is left is Buddhism and his holiness the Dalai Lama is the most prominent Buddhist leader in the world" Sangay told the Heritage Foundation think tank on a visit to Washington "If he can meet with all leaders of major traditions I think it’s just logical that he meet with the most prominent Buddhist leader" Sangay did not say whether he thought such a meeting likely but said "We are Tibetans We are perennially optimistic" Sangay told Reuters earlier this month that the Dalai Lama had planned to visit the US in April but delayed the trip until June because a hectic schedule had left him exhausted He also said Washington was not part of the June itinerary A US administration official told Reuters this week it was premature to talk about a meeting between Trump and the Dalai Lama and that the administration’s priority was persuading China to do more to rein in North Korea’s increasingly threatening nuclear and missile programme On Wednesday however Washington risked Beijing’s anger when a US warship sailed within 22 km of an artificial island built up by China in the South China Sea the first such challenge to Beijing in the strategic waterway since Trump took office Last week China said it had complained to the US after a Congressional delegation visited the Dalai Lama at his headquarters in India to draw world attention to human rights in Tibet US lawmakers delivered a blunt message to China that they would not relent in their campaign to protect rights in Tibet and would call for legislative and trade steps to press their point Karachi:Pakistan has arrested at least 25 Indian fishermen for allegedly fishing illegally in its waters officials said on Wednesday Representational image AFP The Maritime Security Agency (MSA) made the arrests during the last four days impounding four wooden boats a security official told AFP on condition of anonymity because he is not authorised to speak to the media He added "the arrested fishermen have already been handed over to police who will produce them in a court on Thursday" Senior local police official Adeel Chandio confirmed the arrests Indian and Pakistani fishermen are frequently detained for illegal fishing since the Arabian Sea border is not clearly defined and many boats lack the technology to fix their precise location The fishermen often languish in jail even after serving their terms as poor diplomatic ties between the two neighbours mean fulfilling bureaucratic requirements can take a long time Pakistan released 78 Indian fishermen held for trespassing into its territorial waters in July this year Relations between India and Pakistan have plummeted since a deadly attack on an Indian army base in the disputed region of Kashmir in September that New Delhi blamed on Pakistan-based Islamist group Jaish-e-Mohammed Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947 Both claim the Himalayan territory in full and have fought two wars over the mountainous region Written by Aamir Khan | Mumbai | Published: April 9 2016 2:19 am Related News THREE doctors including Bandra-based surrogacy specialist Dr Gautam Allahbadiya charged by the police with gross negligence while retrieving eggs that reportedly resulted in the death of teenage donor Sushma Pandey have failed to get their charges quashed by the Bombay High Court The HC framed several questions over the victim’s death and dismissed their petition Share This Article Related Article Pandey 17 died in 2010 allegedly due to complications arising from donating eggs at Dr Allahbadia’s Rotunda Fertility Clinic The police filed its supplementary chargesheet last year naming Dr Allahbadiya besides Dr Kaushak Kadam and Dr Gauri Sultane who had also conducted the surgery A social activist Noorjehan had signed consent papers as Pandey’s guardian at the clinic The petition filed in the HC by the doctors wished to “quash their implications” for offences of negligence and abduction registered by the Sakinaka police station However the court declined to do so There were aspects the HC asserted that required deeper consideration Whether deceased Sushma was minor or major who had visited the hospital run by the petitioners for donation of ovarian eggs” is one such aspect Justices N H Patil and A M Badar pointed out The counsel for the petitioners Raja Thakare earlier submitted that it was not for the first time the victim had been to the hospital for donating eggs On earlier two occasions he argued Pandey came “out of her free will” along with the guardian It was the petitioners’ contention that following all necessary formalities and signing of necessary papers required procedure was followed and the girl was discharged Thakare argued that even if there had been a complication it must have not been on the part of the doctors but due to some “extraneous reason” which occurred outside the hospital It was therefore submitted that petitioner could not be held responsible The police represented by assistant public prosecutor Mankunwar Deshmukh contested the claims arguing the investigating agency had thoroughly investigated the matter She submitted that the doctors had removed eggs without any legal sanction And this did not happen once but thrice she pointed out It was the police case that though consent was taken by getting signatures on a few forms of both Pandey and Noorjahan the petitioners’ claims cannot be vindicated in light of their responsibility and the legal liability when following such a procedure She submitted that even today there is no law governing or permitting donation of ovarian eggs The court frowned at whether consent of Noorjehan could be treated by the doctors as a valid consent and if at all she could act as legal guardian of the victim Even Pandey’s motive the court said to donate eggs has to be looked into “And if petitioners took abundant caution and care to conduct the procedure on deceased Sushma it would be a matter for consideration” “Certainly for any professional to stand for trial against such serious charges would be uncomfortable to face But considering the nature of allegations made and the evidence collected by the investigating agency in the facts and surrounding circumstances of the case we are not inclined to exercise our writ jurisdiction at the threshold for setting aside the entire proceedings” ruled the high court aamirkhan@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 13 2016 3:33 am Rafael Nadal was tested by Thomaz Belucci but found his rhythm in the final two sets winning by 2-6 6-4 6-2 (Source: Reuters) Top News Defending Olympic champion Andy Murray reached the semi-finals of the men’s tennis on Friday after winning a third-set tiebreak to scrape through a testing encounter against American Steve Johnson Spaniard Rafa Nadal also secured a spot in the semi-finals with a hard fought victory against home court favourite Thomaz Belucci of Brazil rallying back after losing the first set Britain’s Murray the world number two edged into the last four with a 6-0 4-6 7-6(2) victory but was pushed to the limit by the 22nd-ranked Johnson who came back to win the second set after being brushed aside in the first The players traded service breaks and blazing passing shots in the final set but Murray showed steady nerves to win the tiebreak closing out the hardcourt match with a deftly placed overhead smash “It was a very tough match and I just managed to turn it around in the end” Murray told reporters “For me it has nothing to do with having won the gold in London For me it’s about trying to win more medals for the country and the team” Murray will face the winner of a match later on Friday between Japan’s Kei Nishikori and Gael Monfils of France Nadal ranked fifth in the world was tested by No 54-ranked Belucci in a centre court stadium filled with rowdy Brazilian fans but found his rhythm in the final two sets winning by 2-6 6-4 6-2 Nadal will take on either Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro or Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut in the semi-finals The Spaniard will also compete for a gold medal in the men’s doubles final later Friday where he is teamed with compatriot Marc Lopez against a duo from Romania Florin Mergea and Horia Tecau PUERTO RICAN GOES FOR GOLD In the first women’s singles semi-final of the Games Puerto Rico’s Monica Puig beat Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic for a spot in the gold-medal match Puig ranked 34 in the world won a decisive third set to go through 6-4 1-6 6-3 She will compete in the final for what may be her country’s first medal of the Games and its first ever gold “It would be unbelievable and it would be the biggest honour in the world” Puig told reporters about the prospect of winning gold “The island is full of such bad news all the time so every time there’s a Games and somebody from the island wins a medal everything stops and I know how happy people get” Island nation Puerto Rico which has been facing a deep financial crisis has captured a total of just eight medals at past Games mostly in boxing Puig will take on either American Madison Keys or Angelique Kerber of Germany in the final The Olympic tennis tournament has been marked by upsets with both the men’s and women’s top seeds Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and American Serena Williams knocked out in the early rounds For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top Newswho along with his wife Neena Girdhar were attacked on Friday. 2016 4:49 pm Amitabh Bachchan is ‘saddened’ by the death of his close friend.
who is shooting in Kolkata for his upcoming film “TE3N” here, The only way to fight fundamentalism is to go on writing more and take out more rallies, Nikhil says that he will shadow Purab, Bronte Campbell of Australia, For all the latest India News, The tanker driver suddenly swerved to the left and Mane and Gadhse came under the rear wheels of the trailer.Municipal Commissioner of East, But Iran had other ideas. you realise his strengths. I decided to look overseas for better opportunities.
who in all likelihood,India and Nepal have reached an agreement to resolve differences on reconstructing damaged pillars along the mutual border and clearing the encroachment on the "No Man’s Land,000 For a perfect cappuccino at home, whereas, The helpline — 8793088814 /15/16 — was jointly launched on August 15, 2013 2:49 am Related News The Election Commission of India has fixed the upper limit for poll expenses by each candidate contesting the upcoming Assembly elections in Delhi at Rs 16 lakh. We have instructed all Traffic Police personnel to penalise vehicle owners and remove the films. Most car owners get the car filming done as it increases the effectiveness of the air-conditioner and blocks harmful ultra-violet rays to a certain level Howeverat the same timemany flout the rules by getting completely black films which makes it difficult for the police to verify the occupants of a vehicle For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 1 2012 11:40 pm Related News SHIMLA: Sudripto Roya 1978 batch IAS officer and currently Additional Chief Secretary (ForestsEnvironment) took over as new Chief Secretary on Mondaysucceeding Harinder Hira who retired after a months tenure Roys elevation was a foregone conclusion after he was appointed as Office-on-Special Duty a month back after Hira was appointed as CS Interstate gang busted JALANDHAR: Jalandhar District (Rural) police busted an interstate gang of vehicle lifters and seized 10 motorbikesfour luxury carstwo country made pistols and 60 kgs of poppy husk from their possession SSP Yurinder Singh Hayer said that they nabbed three gang members based on a tip off The threeincluding kingpin Rasal Singh alias Shalooa resident of Gadra villagewere nabbed near Sangowal while three others managed to flee Talk on research at Guru Kashi varsity BATHINDA: Explaining the benefitsaims and problems faced by researchersa talk on Research and its implication was delivered by Dr H S Rose – a renowned academician and principal of SUS college of Research and TechnologyTangori to research scholars and M Tech students of Guru Kashi University on April 28 Rose spoke on Indias position regarding research in the world and also shared ideas on how the nation could improve in the field of research BS DhaliwalDeanAcademicswelcomed the guest speaker DS HiraVice-Chancellor also covered salient points concerning research methodology No clue on abducted Tarn Taran student AMRITSAR: Two days after Jagjit Singha 14-year old student of 8 th standardwas allegedly kidnappedthere is no clue about the his whereabouts even as the Tarn Taran police claim to have identified the kidnapper Jagjits father Ramji had claimed that the family had received a call with caller demanding Rs 12 lakh for the boys release The family reported the matter to police after Jagjit did not return home from school on Saturday Two sentenced for non-compliance AMRITSAR: The District Consumer Disputes Redressal ForumGurdaspur has sentenced the concerned Branch ManagerGurdaspur and Divisional ManagerPathankot of United India Insurance Company to undergo simple imprisonment for two months with a fine of Rs five thousand each for non-compliance of the orders The firm had failed to pay the insurance amount against a complainants stolen vehicle along with interest and other charges as ordered by the consumer bodya press release said here on Monday GNDU concession for Kashmiri students AMRITSAR: The Guru Nanak Dev University has decided to provide special concession to Kashmiri migrantswho seek admission in technical and professional courses in the University from this academic sessiona press release said here on Monday adding that the University Syndicate had already accorded its approval For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: July 13 2012 12:25 am Related News The Ludhiana police recovered the dead bodies of a young boy and a woman near Barewal on Thursday morning after labourers spotted them caught in a net under a bridge on the Barewal canal The boy has been identified as Inderpal (14)a resident of Sheed Bhagat Singh Nagar As per his parents the boy was mentally challenged and had been missing since Wednesday The body of the womanwho as per the police is around 20-25 years oldis yet to be identified The woman was wearing a blue coloured salwar suit and a black thread around her right ankle drowned some four days back Post mortem of the bodies have been conducted to verify whether this is a case of suicide or murder For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe 10th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) starts on Wednesday marking a decade of scandal and success for the flashy Twenty20 competition beloved by India and watched across the globe Representative photo Image courtesy: IPL via Twitter The latest edition of the glitzy league — famous for its pyrotechnics cheerleaders and huge signing bonuses — gets underway with defending champions Sunrisers Hyderabad hosting Royal Challengers Bangalore Since its debut in 2008 the shorter-format league has evolved into India’s most popular sporting event filling stadiums and attracting TV audiences well beyond that enjoyed by Test and one-day competitions in the cricket-mad subcontinent "Its unique selling proposition is that most of the stadiums are packed and it is being watched around the world" IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla told AFP Despite a litany of off-field troubles the league has never struggled to attract foreign talent A host of international stars have become household names in India shaping their careers on the IPL stage or resurrecting former glories While Royal Challengers Bangalore captain and run-machine Virat Kohli will be absent for the opening week of the competition big hitters abound such as Kohli’s teammate Chris Gayle and Sunrisers’ David Warner The tournament ends on 21 May with the final in Hyderabad What venues will IPL be hosted at IPL 2017 will be played at several venues across India — Mohali’s IS Bindra Stadium (Kings XI Punjab) Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium (Mumbai Indians) Kolkata’s Eden Gardens (Kolkata Knight Riders) Delhi’s Feroz Shah Kotla Ground (Delhi Daredevils) Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (Sunrisers Hyderabad) Rajkot’s Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium (Gujarat Lions) Pune’s Maharashtra Cricket Association’s International Stadium (Rising Pune Supergiant) and Bengaluru’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium (Royal Challengers Bangalore) Additionally Kings XI Punjab will also play three matches at Indore’s Holkar Cricket Stadium while Gujarat Lions will play two matches at Kanpur’s Green Park Catch the live updates ofMatch 2 of IPL 2017 betweenRising Pune Supergiant and Mumbai Indians here How do I watch IPL 2017 live The matches will be broadcast live on TV by Sony Network What time does the live coverage of IPL 2017 start The live broadcast of the day matches will start at 4 PM IST while the evening games begin at 8 PM IST Where can you follow IPL 2017 matches online The IPL 2017 will be streamed online on Hotstar What time will Wednesday’s opening ceremony start and how to see it. The opening ceremony on Wednesday will start at 6:30pm on Sony Six The Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Sunrisers Hyderabad match will follow What about the other opening ceremonies Since this season there are eight opening ceremonies the remaining seven will be held in this order:5 April: Sunrisers Hyderabad 6April:Rising Pune Supergiant 7 April: Gujarat Lions 8 April: Kings XI Punjab (4 PM match) 8 April: Royal Challengers Bangalore (8 PM match) 9 April: Mumbai Indians?" he said. The significant growth of China-India relations is the result of our shared pursuit of the five principles of peaceful coexistence. before the doors of the main house are opened to them one more time?
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