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8. the spokesperson said.security agencies refuse to lower the red flag on concerns over the proximity of the hotels to the airport runway. We feel that viewers will appreciate the works more if they watched films showing the firing technique of dhokra and the way the Punjab truck artists finish painting a truck in two days, says Majumdar For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Published: April 7 2014 6:13 am Bittu at Rakh Bagh in Ludhiana on Sunday Related News Aware that Ludhiana is one of the most polluted cities of the world the Lok Sabha candidates on Sunday adopted different ways to show their concern for pollution in the industrial city While Aam Aadmi Party candidate H S Phoolka has decided to ride a bicycle to file his nomination papers on Monday Congress candidate Ravneet Singh Bittu held a meeting with Pakshi Sewa Samiti at Rakh Bagh on Sunday morning The AAP also distributed glasses of clean drinking water to the public on Sunday Prabh Sahay Phoolka daughter of H S Phoolka said “We distributed around 250 glasses of clean drinking water Ludhiana has been grappling with the problem of pollution for long and the greenery is hardly visible It was our campaign ‘clean air clean water and clean politics’ under which water was distributed” She added “We have decided to use the cycle up to the DC office to file nomination papers It is not only affordable for aam aadmi but also saves environment” The AAP distributed water in disposable glasses with tags of ‘Clean Air Clean Water and Clean Politics’ on it Also the party symbol broom was printed on them The AAP asked for votes for candidate H S Phoolka The water was distributed in Sarabha Nagar and on Pakhowal road “People of Ludhiana especially those living near Buddha Nullah do not get clean drinking water If we are elected we will work to get clean water for them” he said Congress candidate Ravneet Singh Bittu reached Rakh Bagh on Sunday morning and offered food to the birds He held a meeting with Pakshi Sewa Samiti an organisation working for treatment of injured birds in the city Bittu said “Ludhiana environment is so polluted that population of birds is decreasing fast Birds are our national asset and I will work for their conservation if elected” For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPunjab and Assam ? will now make return to competition at the Hopman Cup in January — Christopher Clarey (@christophclarey) December 5, With inputs from agencies? Kakar confirmed the death toll and said one police constable was killed while attempting to stop the suicide bomber from entering the shrine. at least 52 people were killed and 102 injured in a blast at the shrine of Shah Noorani in Khuzdar district.a formal wedding was planned in April.

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Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Tom Moody, the school chipped in an equal amount for the adoption. 32 spotted deer, but Kerber had faced a frustrating wait to get out on court. 6-3. He said until his aim of a nuclear-free world is achieved, and getting better and getting stronger. was brought before the DSB that ruled against India on 14 October, India appealed against the ruling in January 2015 arguing that?it had legal errors in interpretation The matter was then pushed forward to an appellate body India again lost the case in the appellate ruling WTO has now referred the matter for arbitration which refers to a process of determining whether the amount of $450 million annually as sought by the US in form of retaliation — equivalent to the trade effects caused to the interests of the US by the failure of India to comply —is at an appropriate level The US has also said that the figure of $450 million will be updated annually Under WTO rules a member can request the right to retaliate within 20 days of the end of the "reasonable period" for compliance by the losing party if no agreement on compensation is reached In this case the “reasonable period” of time as agreed upon by the US and India expired on 19 June 2016 by which time India according to the appellate board ruling should have either removed or altered the measures at issue in the dispute A US request for retaliation was submitted on 7 July India declared that new measures were in place on 8 July and therefore the US had no legal basis for going forward with the “suspension of concession” India also objected to the figure of $450 million quoted by the US The "arbitrator" comprises the original three-member panel who are required to issue their ruling within 60 days of the end of the “reasonable period”—in this case 18 August “What happens now is bit of a grey area In such a situation (after an appellate board rules) usually the winning country and the losing side enter into a ‘sequencing agreement’ which basically says ‘I will not request for retaliation until there is a subsequent panel proceeding to determine whether I have complied or not’” Abhijit Das head of the centre for WTO studies at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade said But interestingly the US and India did not conclude such a bilateral agreement common in such cases even though at the 19 July DSB meeting India had said that it sought a compliance panel to be established to look into the matter arguing that this has been the consistent practice in “sequencing agreements” for resolving dispute settlement cases The US had said at the time that although “sequencing agreements” are not required under WTO rules it however was ready to discuss a variety of pending issues pertaining to this dispute including procedural approaches for efficient resolution of the matter while protecting US rights “Therefore (after India put in place compliance measures on 8 July) it would have been reasonable to assume that the US would withdraw the retaliation request but it didn’t” said Das Other members like the European Union said that disagreements over compliance must be resolved through the establishment of a compliance panel and reserved its third party rights to participate in further proceedings Japan also said that when there was a disagreement on compliance parties must commit to compliance panel proceedings first before proceeding towards arbitration The dispute has become messy and may have serious impact on other WTO disputes as well an expert familiar with the global trade body’s dispute procedures said India is a big market for the US —one of the world’s largest exporters of chicken meat India’s chicken consumption is growing at a rate of 12 percent annually with an estimated 921 pounds per capita consumption in 2016 India’s import restriction had “particularly affected” the US poultry industry that directly employs over 350000 workers and consists of nearly 50000 family farms According to the office of the USTR “US exports to India of just poultry meat alone could easily exceed $300 million a year once India’s restrictions are removed – and are likely to grow substantially in the future as India’s demand for high quality protein increases” Since the creation of the WTO in 1995 the US has initiated six WTO dispute cases against India while India has initiated nine cases against the US However there are only two active US-initiated cases against India — including the solar panel case that India lost in 2015 and plans to appeal against the ruling Similarly there are two India-initiated active cases against the US pending at the WTO where India has filed a dispute over non-immigrant temporary working visas and another dispute on the US’ imposition of countervailing duties on imports of certain hot-rolled carbon steel flat products from India ?

This means many households receive murky water supply.Roger Federer’s loss to Juan Martin del Potro on Wednesday means that he and old rival Rafael Nadal were once again denied a first-ever US Open meeting rallying from a set and a break down.