I did not comment on whether Modi’s attempted redefinition was right or wrong. 2017 Last night we saw @PoornaTheFilm,the authorities concerned are required to look into the matter and take such action as deemed fit. Mehras alleged misuse of quasi-judicial powers came to light during the tenure of former UT Administrator General (retd) S F Rodrigueswho even marked an inquiry into it Superintendent of Police (Vigilance) R S Ghuman was asked to conduct an inquiry into the matterwho had already given a clean chit to Mehra For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Moscow | Published: February 10 2017 6:27 pm The Kremlin favours extending the 2010 pact that limited both Russian and US nuclear arsenal (File Photo) Top News The possibility of extending a pivotal Russia-US arms control pact is to be discussed in prospective talks with Washington the Kremlin said Friday President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the prospects of extending the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) that is set to expire in 2021 will “depend on the position of our American partners” and require negotiations He wouldn’t say whether the Kremlin favours extending the 2010 pact that limited Russian and US nuclear arsenals to no more than 1550 deployed nuclear warheads each Watch What Else Is Making News Speaking in a conference call with reporters Peskov pointed to a “certain break in dialogue on strategic security issues” during the Obama Administration and said Moscow and Washington now need “an update of information and positions” Russia-US relations have been strained over the Ukrainian crisis the war in Syria and the allegations of Russia hacking the Democrats in the US presidential election The Kremlin has welcomed US President Donald Trump’s promise to mend the broken ties Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an interview published Friday in the daily Izvestia that developing “constructive and mutually beneficial bilateral ties will benefit both Russia and the US and have a positive influence on the situation in the world” Peskov on Friday denied a report by the Washington Post claiming that Michael Flynn the retired general who is now Trump’s national security adviser had discussed a possible review of anti-Russian sanctions with the Russian ambassador to Washington in December Peskov said Ambassador Sergei Kislyak did talk to Flynn but the rest of the report was wrong While suggesting possible cooperation with Moscow to fight the Islamic State group in Syria as a candidate Trump was critical of the New START and talked about a need to strengthen US nuclear arsenals In December Trump declared on Twitter that the US should “greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability” until the rest of the world “comes to its senses” regarding nuclear weapons Putin has said that strengthening Russia’s nuclear capabilities should be among the priorities for the nation Kislyak the Russian US ambassador told Russian media in Washington that Russian and US diplomats will start soon to try to prepare a Putin-Trump meeting He voiced hope that joint efforts to fight the Islamic State (IS) could help improve the icy climate in Russia-US ties “If we have serious cooperation it could help to start rebuilding trust” Kislyak said The ambassador also has sought to downplay differences on Iran saying that “we disagree more on accents related to the nuclear agreement rather than substance” Trump has accused the Obama Administration of being weak on Iran and responded to Iran’s recent missile test with a package of sanctions The penalties however referred solely to the missile programme and didn’t directly undercut a landmark 2015 deal between Iran and six world powers that curtailed Tehran’s nuclear programme in exchange for rolling back international sanctions For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Updated: July 5 2017 2:11 pm The report’s release comes at a time when Saudi Arabia the UAE Bahrain and Egypt are all accusing Qatar of supporting extremism – a charge the report says is hypocritical (Representational photo) Top News Oil-rich Saudi Arabia is the chief foreign promoter of Islamist extremism in the UK a new report has claimed asserting that a “clear and growing link” can be drawn between overseas money and the recent wave of attacks in Britain and Europe The Henry Jackson Society a foreign affairs think-tank called for a public inquiry into the role of Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations BBC reported The think-tank said there was a “clear and growing link” between Islamist organisations in receipt of overseas funds hate preachers and Jihadist groups promoting violence However the UK’s Saudi Arabian embassy says the claims are “categorically false” Ministers are under pressure to publish a report on UK-based Islamist groups The Home Office report into the existence and influence of Jihadist organisations commissioned by former Prime Minister David Cameron in 2015 has reportedly yet to be completed amid questions as to whether it will ever be published Critics have suggested it could make uncomfortable reading for the government which has close and long-standing diplomatic security and economic links with the Gulf particularly Saudi Arabia Today’s report says a number of Gulf nations as well as Iran are providing financial support to mosques and Islamic educational institutions which have played host to extremist preachers and been linked to the spread of extremist material At the top of the list the report claims is Saudi Arabia It alleges individuals and foundations have been heavily involved in exporting what it calls “an illiberal bigoted Wahhabi ideology” quoting a number of examples In a minority of cases the report alleges institutions in the UK that receive Saudi funding are run directly from Saudi Arabia although in most instances the money appears to “simply buy foreign donors’ influence” In a statement the Saudi embassy in London said any accusations that the Kingdom had radicalised “a small number of individuals are baseless and lack credible evidence” And it pointed out that the country has itself been subject to numerous attacks by al-Qaeda and so-called Islamic State It added: “We do not and will not condone the actions or ideology of violent extremism and we will not rest until these deviants and their organisations are destroyed” The report’s release comes at a time when Saudi Arabia the UAE Bahrain and Egypt are all accusing Qatar of supporting extremism – a charge the report says is hypocritical Arab foreign ministers are meeting in Cairo to discuss possible further sanctions on Qatar while the Qatari foreign minister will be making his own country’s case at a press conference in London Endorsing the report Labour MP Dan Jarvis said it shed light on “very worrying” links between Saudi Arabia and the funding of extremism and he called for the government to release its report on foreign funding For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News “I felt the house lift up and fall. all bars except those in five-star hotels will lose their licences and retail liquor outlets will dwindle by 10 per cent every year until they are extinct. though Punjab and Haryana enjoy a more colourful reputation. “This never happened… This is an attempt to deviate attention from the real issue of flouting of the rules of the Cantonment Board by the school by taking recourse to maligning the image of the Army, The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss an ongoing investigation. 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