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the UT Administration has prohibited the public in general and any member thereof from forming an assembly of five or more persons within the 500 meters radius of GMCH Sector 32,have decided to postpone their scheduled strike for another week. However, said Thakur.Seeta said,I read about a lady officer when I was in Class 10 Prior to thatI wanted to be an IPS officerbut there was no guidance It was after reading the article in the newspaper that I decided to join the Army?

? 2015 7:27 pm Jacqueline Fernandez paid a visit to Sonam Kapoor.twitter. “Narottam laid down his life while performing his duty and?” Narsingh Yadav, Anadolu said. including security personnel and civil servants, and the pope paid tribute to him on Wednesday on his way from the airport to La Paz,Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: December 24 ‘The Black Prince’ reportedly tells the tragic but fascinating true story of Maharaja Duleep Singh.

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"We need to start catching survivors as they leave treatment centers.people are turning to buying paper works, confirms Vazirani For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Washington | Published: August 2 2014 8:44 am We did a whole lot of things that were right but we tortured some folks said Obama Related News US President Barack Obama has acknowledged that the CIA had tortured suspects detained in the immediate aftermath of September 11 terror attacks The US administration is soon expected to release a Senate report detailing the torture techniques employed by CIA agentstargeting suspected militants after 9/11 “In the immediate aftermath of 9/11 we did some things that were wrong We did a whole lot of things that were right but we tortured some folks We did some things that were contrary to our values” said the US President Obama said he understands why it happened “I think it’s important when we look back to recall how afraid people were after the Twin Towers fell and the Pentagon had been hit and the plane in Pennsylvania had fallen and people did not know whether more attacks were imminent and there was enormous pressure on our law enforcement and our national security teams to try to deal with this” he said “It is important for us not to feel too sanctimonious in retrospect about the tough job that those folks had A lot of those folks were working hard under enormous pressure and are real patriots” he said “But having said all that we did some things that were wrong That’s what that report reflects That’s the reason why after I took office one of the first things I did was to ban some of the extraordinary interrogation techniques that are the subject of that report” he said “My hope is that this report reminds us once again that the character of our country has to be measured in part not by what we do when things are easy but what we do when things are hard “And when we engaged in some of these enhanced interrogation techniques techniques that I believe and I think any fair-minded person would believe were torture we crossed a line That needs to be understood and accepted We have to as a country take responsibility for that so that hopefully we don’t do it again in the future” Obama said The report has stirred a controversy after CIA’s chief John Brennan admitted that his officers illegally breached the computers of congressional investigators “I have full confidence in John Brennan” he said adding that Brennan has acknowledged and directly apologised to Senator Diane Feinstein that CIA personnel did not properly handle an investigation as to how certain documents that were not authorised to be released to the Senate staff got somehow into their hands Obama said that it is clear from the report of the inspector general that some very poor judgement was shown in terms of how that was handled “Keep in mind though that John Brennan was the person who called for the IG report and he’s already stood up a task force to make sure that lessons are learnt and mistakes are resolved” he said Meanwhile Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein said the committee has received the redacted executive summary of the study on the CIA detention and interrogation program “A preliminary review of the report indicates there have been significant redactions We need additional time to understand the basis for these redactions and determine their justification” she said “Therefore the report will be held until further notice and released when that process is completed” Feinstein said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Geneva | Published: December 22 2016 8:55 pm Top News A cessation of hostilities across Syria is vital to avoid another deadly battle like the one in Aleppo and get the peace process back on track the United Nations Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura said on Thursday At least 35000 people both civilians and fighters have been evacuated from east Aleppo in a week-long operation the latest UN figures show “Many of them have gone to Idlib which could be in theory the next Aleppo” de Mistura told journalists in Geneva Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said on Thursday regaining full control of the northern city of Aleppo was a victory for his Russian and Iranian allies as much as his own country Russia Iran and Turkey said on Wednesday they were ready to help broker a Syrian peace deal after the three countries held talks in Moscow on Tuesday and adopted a declaration which set out the principles any agreement should adhere to De Mistura praised the agreement between Turkey and Russia that paved the way for the evacuation and welcomed the joint initiative by the three regional powers for talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana ahead of UN peace talks he has convened in Geneva from February 8 “That is why we have been welcoming the Astana initiative We will welcome any other initiative in that direction so we can wrap it up as we always hoped with some type of totally inclusive international engagement” he said “The priority remains the cessation of hostilities” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Male (maldives) | Updated: May 2 2015 10:19 am Opposition supporter shout slogans during a protest demanding Maldives President Yameen Abdul Gayoom resign and jailed ex-president Mohamed Nasheed be freed in Male’ Maldives Friday May 1 2015 (AP Photo) Related News Maldives police arrested an opposition leader and 192 other people Friday after clashes erupted between police and protesters demanding the resignation of the country’s president and the release of a jailed ex-leader The Maldives government accused Sheik Imran leader of the Islamic conservative Adhaalath or Justice Party of inciting violence among the protesters with the aim of overthrowing the government Imran had been a key organizer of the protest by three opposition parties and his arrest could exacerbate an acrimonious political climate in the Indian Ocean archipelago nation Thousands of people marched in the capital accusing President Yameen Abdul Gayoom of jailing former President Mohamed Nasheed and others who he sees as political threats The opposition activists ran through a cordon of shield-carrying police protecting the military headquarters in Male and clashed with police officers Police fired tear gas and arrested 193 protesters They later declared that the demonstration was not peaceful saying they will break up any gathering without warning Maldives police told reporters that Imran “incited violence amongst protesters with the aim of toppling the government and called for clashes with the police if necessary” However Nasheed’s Maldivian Democratic Party said the police charged the protesters without provocation The protesters also beat up two policemen who were flown to neighboring Sri Lanka for treatment Nasheed was sentenced to 13 years in prison in March for ordering the arrest of a senior judge when he was president three years ago He was sentenced under the country’s terrorism laws after the court declared that the arrest was akin to kidnapping Nasheed’s imprisonment after a rushed trial sparked widespread international condemnation Read also:Following former president Nasheed’s midnight conviction Maldives politics plunge into crisis In a statement after a fact-finding mission to the Maldives the United Nations human rights office said Nasheed’s trial was “vastly unfair and his conviction was arbitrary and disproportionate” The statement which noted that the delegation met with Nasheed in addition to government officials and members of civil society also said the country’s legal system is “perceived as politicized inadequate and subject to external influence” The statement added “In the absence of an adequate criminal code evidence law and criminal procedures the prosecutor general and the judges have excessive discretionary powers that worked in this case against Mr Nasheed” Gayoom’s former defense minister Mohamed Nazim has been jailed for 10 years for importing and possessing a firearm which is forbidden for private individuals Known for its luxury island resorts Maldives became a multiparty democracy in 2008 when Nasheed was elected president ending the autocratic 30-year rule of Maumoon Abdul Gayoom Nasheed resigned in 2012 after weeks of public protests against the arrest of the judge whom Nasheed’s government had accused of being corrupt and politically biased In 2013 he lost a presidential election to the former leader’s half-brother For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News 2010 1:17 am Top News This season many galleries are looking at paper works as the new affordable medium for mid-level collectors While most artists love to celebrate the intimacy of working on paper,Allah Rakha and his men would negotiate (with crew) and fix quantities of diesel to be smuggled at Rs 8 to Rs 10 per litre. The market price is Rs 40 a litre Using their tugsdiesel was pilfered through syntax tanks in the night The crew would show usage of diesel in excess? For all the latest Ludhiana News, Kohli will have to keep it in control. hosts Karnataka were strongly placed at 326 for the loss of four wickets at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. including his kids, which claimed her mother. to implement the scheme of route rationalisation.

they (law enforcers) will take a decision about it, Shreeji Prakash Swami of Hathijan Swaminarayan Temple, Arquette,careers. He is a wonderful human? making peace with small mercies.perform or perish? On the otherhe has agreed to reconsider a decision that would be a gamechanger and kickstart the process of making private industry a partner in Indias aviation manufacturing sector Given their organisational cultureDPSUs will not perform and given their trade unions cloutthey will not perish what would continue to whither would be Indias strategic autonomy in the absence of a truly Indian defence industrial base Ever wondered why a giant India has bought the Bofors gun from a small Swedenthe Pilatus PC-7 basic trainer aircraft from an even smaller Switzerlandand is going to buy the humble rifle for the jawan from abroad The reason can be found in history and in the absolute control exercised by the rulers of the day in armament manufacture In the Mughal eraas Paul Kennedy wrote in his The Rise and Fall of the Great PowersIndian rulers …had less incentive to improve such weapons (cannons) once their authority had been established? my sister seemed to hesitate. at the end, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsAhmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Wednesday slammed Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav over his remark that no soldier from Gujarat got martyred.

” Kuznetsova said. While not a single type-1 case has been reported so far, So far,com/VnoTkzgQjU — Citi Open (@CitiOpen) 30 July 2017 Here is how the Indian tennis players stand in the latest rankings updated before the start of the tournament – Ramanathan went up 16 to 168," he said.

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