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which was first published in the Maharashtra Government Gazette on July 22,” Deepika said. which has been reduced to Rs 10, The PMC has decided to increase the removal charges of broken down vehicles and causing obstruction to traffic.we issue them to the poor people. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | United Nations | Published: September 20, Speaking to Newsline.

(Photo: Prem Nath Pandey) Related News After Sheila Dikshit’s resignation as the governor of Kerala, Post that one of the senior ministers of AIADMK,” Not just the ruling party, a black man who serves on the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals, he would be the first Indian-American to serve on the Supreme Court.during this delicate time as the Muslim world faces dangers of fragmentation and sedition? He is not known for being wordy But fragmentation and sedition are strong words and they reflect the profound challenges that Saudi Arabia confronts today For the leaders of Iranthe NAM summit in Tehran is an occasion to demonstrate that it is not isolated despite US pressures and sanctions Unlike the emergency OIC summitthe Tehran meet has been on the cards ever since the last NAM gathering took place at Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt three years ago While Tehran has other fish to fry including its nuclear confrontation with the international system its immediate focus is necessarily on the regional dynamic in the Middle East that has so profoundly altered the security environment for Iran King Abdullah has called the OIC leaders at short notice in the holy city of Meccabarely two weeks before the NAM summit This is only the fourth emergency summitsince the OIC was formed in 1969 The Saudi monarchy was wary of the Arab Spring as it unfolded in early 2011 and saw it as a threat to the established order in the region Iranin contrastwelcomed the Arab Spring as a triumph of its own political model of Islamic democracy Barely 18 months laterboth Riyadh and Tehran are struggling to manage the consequences of even the limited change induced by the Arab Spring Meanwhilethey find themselves locked in an expansive Cold War in the Middle East At the centre of the Saudi-Iran proxy war is Syriawhich is likely to dominate the agenda in Mecca and figure quite prominently in Tehran What began as a peaceful and broad-based movement for democratic change in Syria has now acquired a sectarian character The Assad regime is no longer viewed as a simple dictatorial systembut one that is dominated by the minority Alawiteswho profess a variant of Shia Islam The two recent high-level defections from the Assad regime – former prime minister Riyad Hijab and brigadier general Manaf Tlass belong to the majority Sunni community long disempowered in Syria The sectarian dimension of the civil war in Syria is accentuated by the fact that Shia Iran is the principal regional ally of the Assad regime Sunni monarchies of the Gulf especially Saudi Arabia and Qatar as well as Sunni Turkey have become the main funders and arms providers to the Syrian opposition The regional division along sectarian lines has been reinforced by great power alignments in the Syrian conflict Russia and China have cast three vetoes in recent months in the UN Security Council to prevent punitive international action against the Assad regime Whatever be the formal political arguments in Moscow and Beijingmany in the Middle East see them as aligning with the Shiites and Iran The US and the Western worldat the forefront of the international campaign to oust the Assad regimeare seenfrom the same perspectiveas allies of the Sunnis In the international debates on SyriaIndia has tried to stake out the middle ground Indias stakes in the Arab worldespecially in the Gulfare sufficiently high for Delhi to seriously consider the concerns of Saudi Arabia At the same timeIndia cant ignore the strategic significance of Iran for its regional policy towards AfghanistanPakistan and Central Asia Delhi has signalled its broad support for the Arab League and its positions on Syria Delhihoweveris reluctant to backfor ideological reasonsexternally induced regime change in Syria For Indiathe challenge is much larger than voting choices on the international resolutions on Syria It is about finding effective ways to cope with the expanding Saudi-Iran rivalrywhich is not limited to Syria The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Somya Lakhani Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | Updated: July 7 2017 4:36 am Riya Gautam Related News LESS THAN 24 hours after Riya Gautam a 21-year-old aspiring airhostess was stabbed seven times just metres away from her Ram Nagar Extension house in Shahdara area Wednesday her brother said she had lodged a complaint against the accused in April “About three months ago she told us that a man was harassing and stalking her We had lodged a complaint at the Mansarovar Park police station Police told us that he was in Gujarat and that they would investigate” Ashish the victim’s elder brother said Riya succumbed to injuries at GTB Hospital early Thursday CCTV footage from Wednesday shows her being slapped by the accused Adil alias Munne Khan in the presence of passersby It also shows her trying to escape by entering a photo studio even as Adil runs behind her wielding a knife “She was stopped by the accused Minutes later he started slapping her and then stabbed her seven times inside the shop” police sources said Special Commissioner and chief spokesperson of Delhi Police Dependra Pathak said an officer of the rank of Additional DCP has been appointed to look into why action was not taken after the complaint was received three months ago Pathak told The Indian Express that raids were being conducted to track Adil a private taxi driver and that he would be arrested soon “After scanning call data records of the victim and CCTV footage of Wednesday’s incident we came to know she was talking to the accused before the incident” Pathak said Police sources said “In January he came to the institute where she studied in Nirman Vihar The two got into an argument He misbehaved with Riya and she allegedly slapped him After he threatened her she told her family about him” Police added that she had changed her mobile number two days ago After the complaint was filed in April Adil was asked to join the investigation but he allegedly fled to Gujarat “He came to Delhi on Tuesday and approached Riya again” police sources said Adil asked family to leave: Police Minutes after stabbing Riya the accused called his mother and younger brother and asked them to leave the city and go their village in Aligarh Several teams have been sent to Aligarh and Ghaziabad to nab the accused police said Sources said police conducted raids at his home but found the door locked “Police managed to trace their location and are questioning them” the sources added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: June 16 2015 1:18 pm Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj after addressing a press meet at Dehradun to highlight achievements of the NDA government in its one year in office Related News External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s intervention with the British authorities in favour of Lalit Modi the discredited founder of the IPL and a fugitive from Indian law constitutes a case of impropriety That the individual at the centre of the controversy is Swaraj only sharpens the government’s embarrassment She has been one of the better performing ministers in the Narendra Modi government and an articulate voice for it in Parliament and outside Her skills of diplomacy and persuasion which helped bring together government and opposition to pass the Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh in Parliament recently and her empathetic and effective response to Indians stranded in war zones in Iraq and Yemen were deservedly acknowledged and appreciated It is surprising and disquieting therefore that despite her long experience as an administrator and parliamentarian she apparently turned what should have been an institutional response in the Lalit Modi matter into a personal discretionary decision The government’s defence that Swaraj was only making a humanitarian gesture to a fellow Indian is unconvincing Lalit Modi had sought travel clearance from the British government to visit his ailing wife in Portugal But the fact also is Lalit Modi is being investigated for money laundering and chose to evade the law by fleeing India to Britain New Delhi had informed London that issuing Lalit Modi travel papers would be deemed an action inimical to Indian interests In these circumstances due process demanded that Lalit Modi should have approached the Indian government through the embassy in London Since his case involved the finance and home ministries the MEA could then have sought the views of those ministries before taking a decision Did Swaraj engage her cabinet colleagues on this matter And what does her exercise of discretion in favour of Lalit Modi mean for the government’s high-profile campaign against black money an issue the BJP sought to highlight during the general election last year As leader of opposition in the previous Lok Sabha Swaraj led the BJP’s call for greater probity and transparency in government in Parliament Moreover her apparent indiscretion now is compounded by a conflict of interest: her daughter is part of Lalit Modi’s legal defence and her husband has said he is Modi’s lawyer too The government must know that this cloud will not lift on its own With Parliament set to begin next month there’s much at stake Crucial legislation including the goods and services tax bill and the land bill awaits bipartisan support But before that can happen the Narendra Modi government has a lot to explain For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSeoul/Tokyo: North Korea launched what appeared to be an intermediate-range missile on Wednesday to a high altitude in the direction of Japan before it plunged into the sea military officials said a technological advance for the isolated state after several test failures File image of North Korea’s nuclear test AP The launch came about two hours after a similar test failed South Korea’s military said and covered 400 km (250 miles) more than halfway towards the southwest coast of Japan’s main island of Honshu The launches and earlier nuclear tests show continued defiance of international warnings and a series of UN Security Council resolutions and sanctions which North Korea rejects as an infringement of its sovereignty Japanese Defence Minister Gen Nakatani said the second missile reached an altitude of 1000 km indicating North Korea had made progress "We don’t know whether it counts as a success but North Korea has shown some capability with IRBMs (intermediate range ballistic missiles)" he told reporters in Tokyo "The threat to Japan is intensifying" he added Reclusive North Korea and the rich democratic South are technically still at war because their 1950-53 conflict ended in an armistice not a peace treaty The North regularly threatens to destroy Japan South Korea and the South’s main ally the United States South Korean President Park Geun-hye denounced the test "The North Korean regime must realise that complete isolation and self-destruction await at the end of reckless provocation" she said Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg also decried North Korea’s "provocative actions" "I strongly condemn the launch by North Korea of two ballistic missiles" Stoltenberg said in a statement "These repeated provocative actions . undermine international security and dialogue" he said calling for North Korea to "fully comply with its obligations under international law not to threaten with or conduct any launches using ballistic missile technology and to refrain from any further provocative actions" The first missile was launched from the east coast city of Wonsan a South Korean official said the same area where previous tests of intermediate-range missiles were conducted possibly using mobile launchers Fifth Straight Failure South Korea’s Yonhap news agency quoting a government official said the first missile disintegrated mid-air after a flight of about 150 km Wednesday’s first launch was the fifth straight unsuccessful attempt in the past two months to launch a missile that is designed to fly more than 3000 km and could theoretically reach any part of Japan and the US territory of Guam Jeffrey Lewis of the California-based Middlebury Institute of International Studies said missiles were usually fired at a certain angle to maximise range so the high altitude of the second launch may have been chosen to avoid Japanese airspace "That suggests the missile worked perfectly" Lewis said "Had it been fired at its normal angle it would have flown to its full range" Lewis said failures were a normal part of testing and that North Korea would fix problems with the Musudan intermediate-range missile sooner or later "If North Korea continues testing eventually its missileers will use the same technology in a missile that can threaten the United States" Lewis told Reuters Nakatani said North Korea’s repeated missile launches were a "serious provocation" and could not be tolerated Japan indicated after the first launch that it would protest strongly because it violated UN resolutions even though the launches posed no immediate threat to Japanese security In Seoul South Korea’s presidential office said a national security meeting was convened to discuss the latest missile launches Longer-Range Rockets The US military detected the two missiles most likely Musudan from North Korea the US military’s Pacific Command said A Pentagon spokesman said both missiles fell into the Sea of Japan North Korea is believed to have up to 30 Musudan missiles according to South Korean media which officials said were first deployed around 2007 although the North had never attempted to test-fire them until April While North Korea has developed potential longer-range rockets such as its 30-metre Unha-3 a home-grown three-stage rocket based on 1950s Soviet Scud missile technology it needs to be fueled from a fixed launch pad making it easy to detect and impractical as a weapon A smaller powerful intermediate missile that is easier to deploy on a mobile launcher poses a harder threat to counter The UN Security Council backed by the North’s main diplomatic ally China imposed tough new sanctions in March after North Korea conducted its fourth nuclear test in January and launched a long-range rocket that put an object into space orbit "At present the situation on the peninsula remains very complex and severe We think that the relevant party should avoid doing anything to further worsen tensions" Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters at a regular press briefing on Wednesday North Korea has conducted a series of tests since then that it claimed showed progress in nuclear weapons and long-range ballistic missile capabilities including new rocket engines and simulated atmospheric re-entry Vientiane (Laos): Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Vientiane on Wednesday in the Laotian capital to attend the Asean-India and the East Asia summits to strengthen India’s trade and security ties with the strategic Southeast Asian region During his two-day visit Modi is scheduled to have several bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the summits beginning with an interaction with Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe on Wednesday "Greetings Vientiane PM @narendramodi arrives in Laos for a packed 2 days of diplomacy" External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted Greetings Vientiane PM @narendramodi arrives in Laos for a packed 2 days of diplomacy pictwittercom/WMZReRzdpB — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) September 7 2016 The host nation Laos will organise a gala dinner this evening for all heads of state This will be followed by Modi’s bilateral talks with Laotian counterpart Thongloun Sisoulith The talks between the two leaders are likely to focus on terrorism maritime security disaster management Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) India has been seeking to join the exclusive 21-member APEC This is the third time that Modi is attending these two Summits "Asean is a key partner for our ‘Act East’ policy which is vital for the economic development of our Northeastern region" Modi had said in a statement in New Delhi ahead of the summits East Asia Summit is the premier forum for discussions on the challenges and opportunities before the Asia-Pacific region he had said India is a founding member of the East Asia Summit Future directions under the three pillars of politico-security economic and socio-cultural cooperation will be the focus of talks at the 14th Asean-India summit At the 11th East Asia Summit leaders will discuss matters of regional and international interest and concerns including maritime security terrorism non-proliferation and irregular migration There, Ubaid,Amol Gole zoom in on Anna movement with Marathi film Andolanache Daha Diwas Director duo of Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Suthankar on Saturday wrapped up shooting of their Marathi feature film Andolanache Daha Diwas based on the social impact of the ongoing protest carried out by various groups in the city in favour of Anna Hazare? will be next seen in “Gun Pe Done” and the actor says there is no double-meaning comedy in the film and it is a clean family entertainer.

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" a police officer said. This time at-least they have time so they have to maintain their fitness level and play their best cricket, Shahid Kapoor and Anushka Sharma are set to enthrall audiences at the glitzy opening ceremony of the eighth chapter of the league at the Salt Lake Stadium here on Tuesday. the left-arm spinner has represented the state under-19 twice and taken 30 wickets in 8 matches ?decided there was more to Kumar. “We expect banks to execute restructuring fairly soon based on ‘worst case’ analysis of the possible outcomes of the exit negotiations, Everyone knows their alliance is full of internal cracks.an industrialist in Ludhiana said,The texts are sent only to large scale unitswhile the medium and small units are not even aware Hundreds of units have run their units on weekly off hours This is not justified on the part of corporation They should intimate industry through the media On an average a small unit uses 15 KW load and can be fine Rs 1500 per day The 100 KW load industry may get fine to the tune of Rs 10000 per day as wellif they are left uninformed?50 have been rehabilitated in Jogeshwari and the rest of them have been rehabilitated in Dahisar, the state will have a separate team to review the situation.

while for the other courses,South Asia and the Middle-East countries. she told police. Both Manafort and Gates generated tens of millions of dollars of income from Ukraine work and laundered money through scores of US and foreign entities to hide payments from American authorities, It was designated as a Category-4 hurricane and struck Chisti at a wind speed of 130 miles per hour. Nearly 20,hosiery yarn, I’m a born worrier.” Stubley, For all the latest Delhi News.

For all the latest Chandigarh News, Reuters Seeking to compare Modi with veteran BJP leader AB Vajpayee,s Devika Rani and Himanshu Rai.

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