For verification goal, the operators will send a verification code to the mobile number of the subscriber. Any unverified number, or any number that is not linked to a Aadhaar number will be illegal in India after February 6, 2018. The government's move to make Aadhaar compulsory for filing income tax returns or applying for a permanent account number (PAN) from 2017-18 may well be a part of an ambitious plan to eventually replace PAN with Aadhaar as the sole warehouse of individual tax ...
Macron, who did a stint as economy minister in the Socialist government before quitting to launch his own movement a year ago, has gate-crashed the presidential election and taken the lead in opinion polls - helped to some extent by the evaporation of support for scandal hit Fillon, and by divisions on the left.
Rescue efforts were slightly delayed due to confusion of club-goers fleeing the scene and several people were injured while trying to escape. Police said many people fled when the shooting erupted, complicating the investigation, and there was "only one reported shooter at this time" despite previous reports of multiple shooters.
The motive was unclear, but Cincinnati Assistant Police Chief Paul Neudigate said on Twitter that "there are no indications this incident is terrorism related ". The shooting likely was the culmination of a dispute that began earlier Saturday, city spokesman Rocky Merz said. Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said one of the wounded was in "extremely critical condition", while a hospital spokeswoman said two victims were listed in critical condition.
Even as they lick their wounds from a failed Affordable Care Act repeal effort, Republican leaders in Washington are looking ahead to the next battle - over taxes. Conservatives in the House sincerely disapprove of the federal government's large role in Obamacare. Retooling America's health care system - it comprises one-sixth of the nation's economy - is a multi-tiered puzzle.
Along with police, the ATF and the coroner's office are on scene investigating the shooting . It was the deadliest mass shooting by a single shooter, the deadliest incident of violence against the Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Trans community in USA history and the deadliest terrorist attack in the U.S.
This must be a part of the future strategy as quoted by the President. The President said that while Bihar still remained a largely agricultural state, Jharkhand was "slowly transforming itself into an economy with larger share of service sector".
The proposal drew immediate criticism from both sides of the aisle: Democrats were concerned about the numbers of insured persons who might drop off the health care rolls while conservative Republicans felt that the bill didn't do enough to distinguish it from Obamacare.
SC is heading to its first Final Four in the program's history. Senior Sindarius Thornwell led the way in scoring for SC, scoring a game-high 24 points, while knocking down 4 3-pointers and 8 free throws. 1. To get there, they accomplished some impressive feats, including a 10-3 nonconference slate complete with wins over fellow Sweet Sixteen participant MI and and an admittedly-down Syracuse team.
The state security spokesperson said on Saturday that control had been re-established at the prison in the state capitol after inmates set fire to the demolished remains of illegally built shacks in a prison patio. El Chapo may be gone from Mexico, but tunnel-aided escapes by inmates are alive and well. The escape of so many inmates comes just two years after the highly publicized prison break of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, who escaped twice from maximum-security jails, ...
However, with a heavily armed police presence on site, organisers chose to go ahead with the aim of sending Prime Minister Theresa May a strong message as she gets set to trigger Article 50 this Wednesday (29 March). A spokesman for Unite for Europe said: "We want to remain in the European Union". A spokesman said: "The MPS is working with the organisers of the Unite for Europe Brexit march to facilitate a lawful protest and has a proportionate policing plan in place".
The result will keep Strachan at the helm - at least until the next qualifier against England on June 10. Strachan must agonise over which striker to start against Slovenia in a contest that even the dogs on the street know is a "must-win" for Scotland .
The bill would have repealed almost $1 trillion in taxes enacted under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, but it coupled the tax cuts with spending cuts for Medicaid so it wouldn't add to the budget deficit. For example, almost 34 million families claimed the mortgage interest deduction in 2016, reducing their tax bills by $65 billion. The measure also would have given a sizeable tax break to people making more than $200,000 a year.
Not surprisingly, Beijing has its own fan club, cheerleaders and sing-along preachers who preach what they sing: To love the motherland. "It's not a matter of whether he will win or she will win", agreed Martin Lee, the democracy campaigner.
However, Ryan admits there are still issues with the Affordable Care Act. Organizations representing 400,000 doctors wrote a letter to Congressional leaders earlier this year asking them to keep these requirements in a replacement of Obamacare.
According to the Gallup International poll for Nova TV, 28.4 percent voted for its main rival - the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP). GERB, which has yet to lose a general election since its creation 10 years ago, managed to see off a challenge from the resurgent socialist party.
The Republican bill would have barred the women's health organization from receiving federal funds in the form of reimbursements for the free contraception it provides for low-income patients. Is the Republican party capable of governing? "We're going to have to realize whether it's healthcare, whether it's tax reform coming up, that we're going to have to find a way to get legislation through that is not just all Republican", King told Sunday's " The Cats Roundtable " on 970 AM-N.Y.
Woo, a 71-year-old retired judge seen as a moderate candidate, was expected to garner pro-democracy electors' support before they threw their weight behind Tsang. They have also vowed to boycott her future rule if she bows to the will of Beijing and puts China's interests ahead of the city's. Critics also see Lam as loyal to current unpopular chief executive Leung Chun-ying, viewed by opponents as a Beijing puppet.
Mrs Lam, a career civil servant, received 777 votes from a committee dominated by pro-Beijing elites, against her more publicly popular rival's 365 votes. Politically, however, Beijing wants to keep the city's reins in its control. The way the members are chosen also irks democracy activists . Joshua Wong, Leader of student-led "Umbrella Movement" Theoretically, the chief executive is a bridge between the central government and the people of Hong Kong .
We'll be 2/5 of the way through the Hex with 2/5 of the points we need to go to Russian Federation. How you're going to perform. "So, over the past three months, we've worked really hard and talked to the players about their role, the importance of playing for the U.S.
Clubs need club captains far more than national sides do, and Hart hit upon an important distinction. By Lewis RollinsThe International break is back this week in the form of the World Cup Qualifiers, all four home nations are in action and we are delving into preview each one of them.
Philippines is hosting an Earth Hour Camp featuring interactive climate adaptation and mitigation booths prior to the 60-minute turning off of lights of households and iconic landmarks across the world. While some see the initiative as a public relations demonstration, the WWF says that Earth Hour has actually influenced a number of important environmental policies around the world, including a ban on plastic in Ecuador's Galapagos Islands, brought solar power to Indian families, and declaring ...
The Pentagon said U.S. and allied Syrian rebel infantry forces were air-dropped near Tabqa on the Euphrates River, in Raqqa province. While the SDF is fighting to encircle Raqqa with support from the coalition, the militant group is also losing territory it once held to the Russian-backed Syrian Army, Turkish-backed Syrian rebels, and US -backed Iraqi forces in northern Iraq.
New York Rep. Chris Collins said Friday afternoon prior to the cancellation of the vote that if the health care bill fails, it would leave a "black eye" on his party's ability to legislate. Mark Meadows (R-N.C), whose group of more than two dozen members represented the strongest bloc against the measure. Freedom Caucus members stood by their ideological objections to a bill they say does not go far enough in repealing Obamacare.
Mrs Lam's main rival, former finance chief John Tsang, is the public's favourite, according to opinion polls . Lam - what the analysts are saying Many, including opposition democrats, fear Lam will continue the tough policies of staunchly pro-Beijing incumbent Leung Chun-ying.
Yes, Democrats showed a rare display of unity, with the entire caucus reportedly being prepared to vote against the bill. "Many, many of them (House members) who know what it's like to go bold who can take on complicated issues and are starting to learn the complexity of reconciliation, which has always perplexed the House", Brady said.
Carrie Lam was a firm Beijing-favourite and received significant establishment support in the run up to election. "There is a serious divide in Hong Kong , so why don't we start with the easier subjects and try to reach consensus" on how to tackle them, she said.
For nearly a week desperate neighbours had scraped through the rubble, searching for as many as 150 people who lay buried after three homes in a west Mosul suburb were destroyed by coalition airstrikes. The American confirmation followed a decision by Iraqi government forces to pause their drive to recapture west Mosul on Saturday because of the high rate of civilian casualties, a security forces spokesman said, a move apparently motivated by the incident.
He said hundreds of people were in the club when the shooter opened fire. Winston said rescue efforts were slightly delayed due to the confusion and panic of the club's patrons leaving the scene. Our Cincinnati news partner, WCPO, reports police do not have a suspect description and are having trouble with witness cooperation. Police have also said there is only one reported shooter, however they are still investigating if any others were involved.
Unlike India, US Congress does not have an anti-defection bill, as a result of which US lawmakers are free to exercise their right to vote on a bill as per their wish and not according to dictate of the party leadership. "Quite frankly President Trump did the best he could trying to sell a very bad product". "We were very very close". But with no Democratic support, "we couldn't quite get there".
Mulvaney denied President Donald Trump blames House Speaker Paul Ryan for this week's failure but he did raise concerns about his own political party while backing Trump. "I never thought it would come to this". Mulvaney pushed back when Todd asked if the difficulty making progress last week meant the bill was fatally flawed from the beginning.
But when the House chose to pull the vote on his health care legislation, some of Trump's first calls were to the media, and specifically reporters from The Washington Post and The New York Times - two of the news outlets he has attacked the most.
The American Health Care Act was the first major piece of legislation pushed by the White House and the Republican-controlled Congress, a key political test early in the president's term, when he should be at the height of his power and party cohesion at its strongest.
He said he would begin scrapping the bill "on day one", and that crafting a better replacement "would be so easy". Asked yesterday whether House Speaker Paul Ryan might delay the vote, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said "nothing leads me to believe that that's the case".
However, his Sunday morning tweet revealed he was still intent on settling scores. White House press secretary Sean Spicer had insisted earlier that Thursday's vote would happen and the bill would be approved. On the health care bill, members acted like 30 Trumps, pitted against one Trump. Members have until now said they couldn't vote to back the bill, which non-partisan estimates already believe will leave around 24 million people uninsured and quite literally cost women their lives, because ...