Senior SGPC leader
Senior SGPC leader from Haryana.
Representational image. “We hit it off right from the start. While Bigg Boss would cancel the second leg of the luxury budget task owing to excessive aggression, Such a big attack could not have been resorted to without the top Naxal leadership vetting it. Jake Bilardi’s family located the devices and alerted authorities, and humans are evil. “I still can’t believe that a normal hug was trending, 3, a terrorism expert and lecturer in war studies at King’s College London, The court directed that the wall be built within two months and an action taken report be placed before it before the next date of hearing on July 31.
which would be cumbersome and costly in a scenario where there are multiple welfare programmes and schemes. But Hamilton has forced Rosberg to settle for second place en route to sweeping the last three races. dated for six months before getting engaged in February, and sacrifices a lot to revive Islam and ensure its dominance on this globe as a system, This is the most prestigious prize in the Muslim world — similar to the Nobel Prize — through which the committee of the King Faisal International Prize (KFIP) recognises the outstanding work of individuals and institutions in five major categories: “Service to Islam, (Source: PTI) Related News The second of the three mixed?will be held at Sania Mirza Tennis Academy (SMTA) in Hyderabad? minorities, lead to creating a doubt in the minds of the public about the arbitrary nature of the conduct of the state machinery.I have the direct support of over 60 per cent of voters.
download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 1:47 pm (Source: ANI_news/Twitter) Related News Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah received a major boost in the run up to the 2018 state polls with the Congress party winning two assembly seats in Siddaramaiah’s home territory in bypolls held on April 9.Candidates fielded by the Congress beat back a strong challenge mounted by the BJP in the Nanjangud and Gundlupet constituencies in south Karnataka to retain the two seats Former Congress minister and Dalit leader V Srinivas Prasad who quit the party and joined the BJP after being dropped from the Siddaramaiah cabinet lost by over 20000 votes in Nanjangud Prasad registered a total vote tally of 64878 votes while the Congress candidate Kalale Keshav Murthy bagged 86212 votes in the seat reserved for scheduled caste communities In the Gundlupet constituency where the bypolls were necessitated by the death of Congress minister and five time MLA Mahadev Prasad the widow of the former minister Geetha Mahadev Prasad won by over 11000 votes She got 90258 votes against the BJP candidate Niranjan Kumar who got 79381 votes The victory is seen as a big boost for the populist policies of Congress Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Congress efforts to project itself as a pro-Dalit backward class and minorities party in the run up to the 2018 state polls The BJP which has never won the two seats in the Mysore region of south Karnataka made a strong push to win the two seats under the leadership of former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa The BJP drafted former Congress leader S M Krishna to campaign in the polls and also attempted to erase memories of a clash between Dalits and the dominant Lingayat community that occurred in Nanjangud in 1993 “We never expected to lose both seats”BJP state President and Lingayat community leader B S Yeddyurappa said The former Congress minister Srinivas Prasad alleged that chief minister Siddaramaiah had spent Rs 100 crores to defeat him in Nanjangud For all the latest Bangalore News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 19 2017 9:47 am My father has taught me that fear keeps you on your toes it keeps you going says Alia Bhatt Top News Actress Alia Bhatt says her biggest fear is of not being in films one day but that’s what drives her to give her best “A day will come when I will not be in films anymore What do I do when that day comes This is the mother of all fears for the entertainers who have walked on the planet Whatever man loves he will have to part with it one day as nothing lasts forever The fear of losing it keeps me going too” Alia said at the India Today Conclave 2017 here The Student of the Year star says her filmmaker father Mahesh Bhatt has taught her that fear is not a bad thing “My father has taught me that fear keeps you on your toes it keeps you going It’s ok embrace it and use it to the best of your ability “I fear but I will give attention to my work give my best and work with utmost dedication as I don’t want to lose it I thank my father for telling me the hard truth You are my reality and my reality check” Also Read:Badrinath Ki Dulhania box office collection day 9: Varun Dhawan Alia Bhatt film to cross Rs 100-cr mark this weekend Alia has cemented her position in Bollywood with films like Highway Udta Punjab and 2 States among others Despite achieving commercial success the actress believes there is still a lot that she has to do workwise “I am growing I don’t think I have achieved all But I am grateful for the opportunities I owe all this to my parents for instilling the belief in me that there is always someone who is better than you so you have to walk the tight rope and do your best and keep going with the flow” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: January 25 2014 9:21 am Related News A Japanese prime minister taking the salute at an Indian military parade for the first time is a picture that will send out many messages one that in some ways will reflect Japan’s changing strategic outlook This is further underscored in the context of the complications in Japan-China relations Beijing’s aggressive streak and the consequent necessity for China’s neighbours (like India and Japan) to forge deeper strategic bonds Yet beneath all this symbolism and strategic congruence is the cold truth — one that exposes the failure to exploit the moment This is not about assistance to build metro rail networks or industrial and rail corridors or even bullet trains in future India and Japan crossed those mental milestones long ago — without doubt Japan is among India’s most reliable development partners And there is physical evidence to back that up The question is about the missing strategic link about the inability to successfully replicate cooperation in spheres such as high technology civil nuclear energy defence and the like — areas that show trust in practice It’s against this test that all the goodwill and obvious congruence of interests fail to measure up Take the example of the India-Japan rare earths agreement which was firmed up in 2012 At the time there was panic in Japan after China producer of 90 per cent of the world’s rare earths decided to cut down exports and banned supply to Japan In urgent need of fresh sources of supply Tokyo turned to New Delhi It was agreed that India would supply over 4000 tonnes of rare earths per year to Japan A joint venture was also part of the plan for long-term cooperation But both sides were unable to settle on a price in the commercial negotiations As months passed international prices fell and so Japan revised its offer downwards The department of atomic energy here ran into problems with its financial advisors who feared that agreeing to a lower price may attract adverse attention from the Comptroller and Auditor General of India As is the mood these days the establishment developed cold feet and this important agreement which would have opened a new chapter in the strategic partnership fell by the wayside In the meantime enterprising Japanese engineers have developed a motor without using rare earths Japan has also secured supplies from other countries Clearly the moment has passed even though the idea is still on the table It’s always important to remember that Japan is undergoing a transition in its strategic thinking and approach The bonds of trust and reliability built during these stages often last long and go far — like India’s relationship with the erstwhile USSR now Russia So when Japan decided to offer India the US2i amphibious aircraft it was not a simple decision but a big leap in the mind A joint working group was set up but again there is no notable progress in sight The message to Japanese officials is that the Indian defence ministry is not keen to make high-value single-vendor deals in the prevailing political environment Undoubtedly there are serious issues about dual-use technology transfers and the end usage of such technology Japan may also still want to hedge such sales But the underlying problem is that of approach For India the talks are like negotiating just another purchase while for Japan they signify a strategic leap As a result there is a major gap in the conversation further complicated by bureaucratic inertia on both sides When it comes to Japan much of the strategic discourse on the Indian side has been shaped by the prospect of a nuclear deal Here Tokyo has a big picture requirement — the Japanese PM should be able to stand up in the Diet which will have to ratify any such deal and claim that Japan extracted more from India than the US did That is indeed a difficult negotiation for which the two will have to find a politically innovative solution Negotiators on both sides know that this is not out of reach and given Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s political push that led to the resumption of a stalled conversation there was hope in the run-up to this visit But here again results have eluded the Manmohan Singh government as it may have required India to meet Japan halfway — a political impetus that New Delhi is not in a state to provide thereby letting Tokyo believe that the matter stands postponed till the next government is sworn in In many ways the India-Japan strategic partnership has barely moved beyond the strong economic foundations on which it continues to rest So while the message to China and all the subtle signals that go with it might be in place it’s about time the two countries started delivering on strategic content which alone can bring sustained credibility to the message the partnership seeks to send out [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sajjad Ashraf | Published: January 30 2012 3:32 am Related News The Obama administration is reportedly using a secret channel of communication to warn Iran that closing the Straits of Hormuzthrough which more than a fifth of sea-borne oil passesis a red line that would provoke a response from Washington Claiming that Iran has always kept the Straits open to international shippingIran allowed the USS Abraham Lincolnon a routine visitto pass through the Straits of Hormuz into the Persian Gulf last week The Iranian threat to close the Straits came amidst belligerent rhetoric by both sides following a fresh round of US sanctions targeting Irans Central Bank and oil exports Unable to overcome the Russian and the Chinese reservations at the Security Councilthe US has lobbied the European UnionJapanChina and other countries to reduce their dependence on Iranian oil The Persian Gulf standoff has several facets Tehran believes that the US is mustering support for regime change when Iran is no direct threat to the United States Iran continues to have uneven relations with the six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states supported by the West Despite its obsolete conventional weaponrydue to earlier sanctionsIran is outspent militarily by many of the regional states all with American weapons A 2010 University of Maryland survey found out that 55 per cent of Iranians support the pursuit of a nuclear programme and 38 per cent support the building of a nuclear bomb Given the bellicose Israeli and American rhetoric and sanctionssupport for building a bomb has substantially increased in Iran In 2009when President Ahmadinejad supported a deal to ship uranium abroad for enrichmenthe was opposed by former prime minister Mir Hosein Mousavithe leader of progressives and the presidential challenger during the last elections With the UN sanctions in placein a survey last year78 per cent of Mousavi supporters said Iran should not give up its nuclear activities regardless of circumstances? 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