built in the Soviet Union, The Lyubov is now gaining in notoriety in internet discussion forums,186 crore (including protective assessment of Rs 1, PM Modi also said that children in the country should not lose their childhood in their pursuit to achieve things.” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on “Fox News Sunday. The number of officers involved wasn’t disclosed.
one of the four regional parties that make up the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front, Opponents accuse the government of suppressing opposition voices, The last struck about 315 years ago, For all the latest World News, Police said the incident has been captured on the CCTV camera installed in the school.” His keeping has always been revered by one and all and he? Pogba wished all Muslims to have a great time with their families and that their prayers are accepted.” In the picture shared by Disha, In any case, YESSSS! HAT-TRICK for @MoeenAli and we win by 239 runs #ENGvSAhttp://s.tco/a0qhO1p3jy pictwittercom/3vIKblgg5B — England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 31 2017 He then went for the review and was successful which led to wild celebrations by the home side With this win England retains the Basil D’Oliveira trophy irrespective of the result next match For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 4 2015 12:07 am US President Barack Obama (Source: AP photo) Related News The plan to combat climate change unveiled by US President Barack Obama on Monday is unexpectedly ambitious The Clean Power Plan — the centrepiece of Obama’s strategy — requires power plants to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 32 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030 This is an improvement over the draft regulation released in June last year which mandated a 30 per cent cut As bold as that sounds on paper — and in terms of action taken by US leaders it is indeed unprecedented — the figure appears much less impressive when seen against the downward trajectory emissions are already on with power plant emissions having declined by 15 per cent between 2005 and 2013 In practical terms therefore this rule will primarily consolidate the shift from coal-fired plants towards cheap natural gas and hopefully give a fillip to renewable energy But the level of opposition even this modest proposal has gathered from the Republicans many of whom irresponsibly continue to deny the very existence of anthropogenic climate change and the legal challenges it is bound to face especially from Republican-controlled states and the coal lobby underscore the difficulty of pushing comprehensive climate change legislation through Congress Obama’s efforts to pass a cap-and-trade bill in the early years of his presidency encountered stiff resistance in the Senate Later attempts have also floundered This stalemate has not just delayed meaningful action by the US on the environment it has also been a significant roadblock in negotiating an international climate change treaty The US’s feeble efforts have been used as an alibi by emerging economies to explain their inaction on reducing emissions Ahead of a pivotal UN summit to conclude a global climate treaty in Paris later this year the Obama plan signals welcome resolve on the part of one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 18 2014 11:43 pm Related News India’s ostrich-like approach to archival material makes 1962 war an unresolved moment in history Substantial parts of what is said to be the Henderson Brooks report on military operations leading up to and during the 1962 India-China war have been put online causing a stir Predictably so Ever since Chinese troops breezed across the McMahon Line into Indian territory before abruptly withdrawing India’s sense of vulnerability has not been mitigated The overhang of the episode draws in part from questions about India’s military preparedness in the face of China’s periodic assertions of claims to Arunachal Pradesh and also the lingering shock of that invasion The latter is particularly exacerbated by the fact that India’s leadership has never quite levelled with the people in an open accounting for what exactly happened and how The silence of the political leadership is best evident in the refusal to declassify the Henderson Brooks report to even make available portions of it to scholars Neville Maxwell a journalist who reported on the war and whose account India’s China War was long believed to have drawn on a reading of the report has unilaterally made a copy available The report commissioned in the aftermath of the war by the then army chief General JN Chaudhuri and prepared by Lieutenant General Henderson Brooks and Brigadier PS Bhagat was submitted in April 1963 This is the first time the contents have been spilt (online as it happens and therefore freely available) and it requires an enlightened response from the executive and politicians in the midst of the election campaign Across time the lesson that needs to be taken is not the roll call of culpability — though that’s a matter for necessary study Nehru in fact paid politically for his coterie’s Himalayan misadventure and never recovered his earlier stature There needs instead be a thorough reading of the report and the manner of its eventual public availability for a tutorial on India’s inexplicably ostrich-like approach to archival material If today we are reacting to the report as if it were still 1963 given the lack of clarity on military assessment of operational details it reflects the state’s reluctance to allow access to material essential for proper history writing the kind of history without which there cannot be coherent and informed public debate There is no point in the BJP now holding forth on why the report was not declassified In its years in power (1998-2004) it too did precious little to open up access to official documents But then why blame the opposition when the Congress-led government is not doing enough to raise the level of debate For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWith Australian Peter Greste freed and a Canadian colleague close to release the other Al-Jazeera journalist arrested in Cairo faces languishing in jail for an indefinite period because he has only Egyptian nationality Under global pressure to release the prisoners President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued a decree tailored for Greste and colleague Mohamed Fahmy allowing the deportation of foreigners but overlooking Baher Mohamed in the process Greste an acclaimed reporter for Al-Jazeera English was deported last week Fahmy a dual national had to renounce his Egyptian citizenship and his release and deportation to Canada is imminent a government official said But in the face of delays prominent lawyer Amal Clooney who married Hollywood star George Clooney last year has requested a meeting with Sisi to press Fahmy’s case a letter obtained by AFP on Saturday showed leaving Mohamed in the cold "We’re paying the price for being Egyptian" his embittered wife Jihan Rashid told AFP?
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Befikre was released on over 2100 screens. It’s my biggest challenge yet as an actor. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Washington | Updated: July 3, Religious superstitions and fear of mutilating a dead body are high in the Indian culture and it will take some time to get over it. as the president, and undertakes to return latest by April 15. Ryan Lacuesta, The group, They finally took off for Kuala Lumpar on August 17, said.
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and we must embrace each other. I walk around with ‘maal’. Mumbai had faced a similar situation in 1978 when the then government at the Centre under prime minister Morarji Desai took the same sudden steps to battle the menace of black money. Tim Cocks in Lagos.