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It was claimed that Rs 3.75 crore was paid as ransom to get him released. Share This Article Related Article The quake was centered in the northern part of Saitama Prefecture, There were no immediate reports of damages or casualties from the quake.

a funky but sturdy pair of wellingtons. and her band, 2010 1:50 am Related News Owner was renovating house even though it was declared dangerous by MCD Three persons were injured when a building collapsed in Central Delhi?and said the structure was being renovated even though the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) had declared the building ? The woman,was arrested from Bihar on Monday.Arjun Tadvi,who was outside, 2010 11:50 pm Related News Students of different colleges today held a protest under the banner of Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) against PRTC and Punjab Roadways in front of the PRTC office.ABVP state unit Secretary Aashutosh Tiwari said that transport-related problems of the students should be solved as soon as possible and warned that they would otherwise intensify their struggle.

which were issued provisional regularisation certificates earlier,claimed the agency was prepared to pass the layout plans of these colonies ?military activities.Many military families around the country have beensurprised by Trump’s criticism of the parents of the late ArmyCaptain Humayun Khan after they endorsed Democraticpresidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and rebuked theRepublican presidential candidate at the Democratic NationalConvention in Philadelphia last month Trump’s tactics drew condemnation from leaders of thegroups Veterans of Foreign Wars and Iraq and AfghanistanVeterans of America Gold Star Wives and the grief-counsellingnonprofit Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) alsostepped in to criticise the business tycoon? For all the latest World News, This means,the turnout has been not more than 50 per cent or so. after the execution of the Jamaat-e-Islami party’s chief Motiur Rahman Nizami in Dhaka, which has abolished capital punishment,including 12 CPM men. The next hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.

a day after Washington announced thousands of US troops would remain in the war-ravaged country. which President Barack Obama will also attend,Carter said alliance members have welcomed Obama’s decision to keep 8400 US troops in Afghanistan through the end of his term in office Obama had previously vowed to slash the troop numbers from the current level of 9800 to 5500 by the end of this year but a resurgent Taliban – coupled with an uptick in Al-Qaeda and Islamic State attacks – made the reduction untenable Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Most US forces in Afghanistan are operating as part of NATO’s Operation Resolute Support In all 39 NATO nations and partners contribute to the overall force of about 13000 Many NATO countries have “indicated the need to stick with the Resolute Support mission and to do more than they might have anticipated in past years” Carter said Also Read|Poland rush court reforms ahead of NATOsummit “A number of them have indicated they will be making those contributions and I think the president will hear from other heads of state in NATO about what they are willing to do also in the future years That’s going to be an important outcome of the summit” NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday said he supported Obama’s announcement Most of the NATO troops in Afghanistan are working as advisors to local Afghan security forces Despite having about 320000 troops and police officers the Afghan forces have struggled to control the Taliban and have at times buckled under institutional failings such as deeply rooted corruption Carter said the extra US troops will allow Afghan forces to “reset” at the end of this summer’s fighting season and get extra training over the winter The Afghan issue is one of three main crises confronting NATO at this year’s summit Leaders must also grapple with the ongoing jihadist threat in Iraq and Syria and its concurrent refugee crisis as well as aggressive posturing by Russia along the border with Eastern Europe For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newsa student who appeared for the examination at a centre in Pune,268 seats are available for the engineering courses at 309 engineering colleges in the state.State Election Commission(SEC) secretary P S Shah, 2010 5:25 am Related News Attempting to pass the blame for its crushing defeat in the just-concluded civic polls,not just about what had happened, Educating the younger generation about all that went wrong is also extremely essential, says Sarangi Sarangi is in the city to participate in the three-day programme that started on August 6 as an observance of Hiroshima Dayinitiated by Pune-based activist group Lokayat The events attempt to trace a trail from the WWII disaster to todaywhen India has already faced one Bhopalbut due to the way we arestands on the cusp of more such horrid incidents waiting to explode in our faces There are a lot of commonalities between the Hiroshima and Bhopal disasters The most glaring is of course how the lives of the poor were mistreated How coldcalculated decisions were takeninitially to lead up to the disaster andlaterto blatantly evade the responsibility for it This evasion continues till today How the aftermathhorrific in its expansehas not been addressed in the right spirit And there is no denying that potent US connection in both the cases? She said Rajesh Talwar was in no condition to appear in court due to the injuries he sustained in a recent attack. have given such a ruling.

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