Jadhav, a former Indian Navy officer, has been sentenced to death by a military court in Pakistan on the charges of "espionage and sabotage" activities, triggering outrage in India. India on Monday said if the sentence against its citizen Jadhav is carried out then it will be regarded as "a case of premeditated murder". Meanwhile, Pakistan has been continuously refusing India's request for consular access to Jadhav who was found in possession of an Iranian residency permit under the name of ...
However, the request was rejected by the court and a warrant was issued against him. "Uske baad ki degree farzi hai" (Modi is Class 12 pass, degrees after that are fake) on December 15, 2016 after which Assam BJP leader Surya Rongphar filed a defamation case against him under Sections 499, 500 and 501 of the Indian Penal Code.
The film got banned over showing some objectionable scenes in the film. The actress really shot hard for all the high-octane action sequences in Naam Shabana and won accolades for her previous film Pink as well. " Naam Shabana " was a spin off to Akshay Kumar-starrer " Baby ", which had Taapsee's character Shabana in an extended cameo. Clearly, after having lifted the ban on Indian movies, a lot more stringent checks seem to now be in place for Indian movies to be screened in Pakistan .
India and Australia on Monday made a decision to kick-start the stalled negotiations on the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) by holding the next round of talks soon. Thereafter, Australia put in place a safeguards agreement and last December passed the legislation to start supplying uranium to India, a trade viewed as the cornerstone of a bilateral strategic partnership.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he has "intelligence" that the U.S. was planning false-flag attacks in Syria to frame Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his regime of using chemical weapons. "In no way do we see peace in that area with Russian Federation covering up for Assad", Haley said. "It will not spiral out of control", said Mattis fears of military escalation between Russian Federation and the United States over Syria.
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Wu did not speak to reporters. Trump, in an interview with the Financial Times before his meeting last week with Chinese President Xi Jinping, said "if China is not going to solve North Korea, we will". our strong preemptive nuclear strike", Hwang Pyong-So, director of the political bureau at the North's army, said in a speech. The North quit the negotiations in 2009.
The joint command centre also said the presence of U.S troops in northern Syria where Washington has hundreds of special forces helping the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) to oust Islamic State was "illegal" and that Washington had a long-term plan to occupy the area.
A USA army soldier watches the U.S. Hankyoreh (Hani): Some are saying that no agreement was made about North Korea during the summit. "Threatening something that you don't have the capability of isn't really a threat". Trump has regularly called on China to be more aggressive in its response to North Korea. In a second tweet he wrote, "North Korea is looking for trouble".
National Coordinator Against Violent Extremism Anna Carlstedt, who used to lead the Red Cross in Sweden, said Friday's attack and the background of the suspect posed "difficult questions". "Seven people have been brought in for questioning as a result of these events", Jonas Hysing, national head of police operations, told public broadcaster SVT , after several raids on addresses around Stockholm over the weekend.
Per its website Turkish Airlines allows expectant moms to fly up until their 28th week of pregnancy. Both are said to be in good health. The crew realized they didn't have enough time to wait for the plane to land to deliver the baby, so they took matters into their own hands.
In fact, an administration official was cited telling the Associated Press that it actually helped Syria cover up its use of the illegal weapon. Then Trump , the day after the assault, said his thinking about Assad had changed. The Trump administration, however, has offered mixed messages about whether Assad must surrender power - and when. For his part, Vladimir Putin claimed the United States was planning to fabricate fresh gas attacks as a pretext for more missile strikes.
He planned to meet Tuesday with those allies along with Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE, and Jordan to discuss Syria before traveling to Moscow, where he is expected to address strains surrounding Syria, Ukraine and alleged Russian meddling in the USA election.
Daily Show comedian Hasan Minhaj has been named as the comedian performing at this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner. With the president declining to attend, the dinner's main comedic event finds itself in largely uncharted waters.
Tillerson is due to travel to Moscow after the two-day G-7 meeting, and the group hopes to send a unified message that Russian Federation must end its support for Syrian President Bashar Assad in the wake of a deadly chemical weapons attack last week .
The former president is scheduled to sit down with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin for a panel discussion about democracy in May. Obama spokesman Eric Schultz confirmed the former president's plans to join Merkel for 'a moderated conversation on the importance of democracy and taking on responsibility locally and globally'.
The Times-Reporter of Dover-New Philadelphia reports a 28-year-old suspect was arrested about two hours after the Newcomerstown village police officer was shot Tuesday morning while investigating a mobile methamphetamine lab. Just after 1 p.m., police confirmed that Gillilan was in custody but he has now been cleared of involvement, according to police, so both suspects remain at-large.
Russian Federation planned to put forward a proposal on Monday for an independent and impartial investigation of the attack, a spokesman for German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said, calling it "a good and important sign". "The demonstration of the administration's willingness to use force has the potential to add some leverage to the diplomacy", said Antony Blinken, a deputy to former Secretary of State John Kerry.
Comparing herself with Mary Mallon, who was isolated after she became the first person in USA to be diagnosed with typhoid, Clinton said that public opinion changed when she showed interest in running for the White House. During her time onstage, Clinton also talked about the role misogyny played in her loss and career, encouraging young women to seek political office, but advised, "Toughen your skin".
He denied that there was any point in the United States and Russian Federation trading information about military aviation in Syria to avoid incidents between the two. The talks will be a major test of Tillerson's diplomatic skills. "I'm sure she said 'listen, this is terrible stuff.' My father will act in times like that".
In addition to its ban against Uber operating, the ruling also prevents Uber from advertising in Italy at all . The lawsuit was filed by Italy's taxi associations, which have taken the USA company to court four times since 2015, winning bans on its Pop service in Milan and Turin.
A special education teacher and an eight year old student were killed by her estranged husband who opened fire in a classroom of 15 children with special needs before killing himself on Monday in San Bernardino, California . "That makes a happy marriage". This undated photo released by the San Bernardino Police Department shows Karen Elaine Smith , 53. Anderson posted several photos of the wedding and their honeymoon in Sedona.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi ordered troops be deployed across the country to help secure "vital facilities" following the blasts. The statement adds: "The president also expressed his confidence in President el-Sissi's commitment to protect Christians and all Egyptians".
The Labour leader sparked a row with a BBC reporter as he insisted he would not offer his views on the growing crisis during a press conference this morning. It's a burden, a distraction, that will hold entrepreneurs back. Mr Corbyn last week condemned US President Donald Trump's retaliatory missile strike on a Syrian air base from where the chemical attack is believed to have been conducted.
Spicer added that the Trump administration would protect America's interests in regards to national security and its economic priorities. "When you gas a baby, you will see a response from this president". Mr Spicer attempted to smooth over the discord on Monday, telling reporters the statements were "are not mutually exclusive". Dozens of innocent people were killed in the suspected chemical attack Tuesday.
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Speaking on NBC's Meet the Press , Haley said that "in no way do we see peace in that area with Assad as the head of the Syrian government". Cavusoglu said after the transitional government takes over, it will be followed with elections in which Syrians in the country and overseas can vote.
The passenger told the manager that he was a doctor who needed to see patients in the morning, Mr Bridges said . Soon, two officers arrived from the Chicago Department of Aviation and spoke calmly to the man, who remained steadfast. Chicago's aviation department says one of its police officers involved in dragging a man off a United Airlines flight at O'Hare International Airport did not follow standard operating procedures and has been placed on leave .
He says the USA missile strikes on a Syrian air base following accusations that Syria's government's used chemical weapons that killed dozens of people last week "strongly resembles the developments of 2003". The Trump administration is hoping that after defeating the Islamic State group in Syria, it can restore stability by securing local cease-fires between Assad's government and opposition groups that allow local leaders who have fled to return and by restoring basic services.
China, the US, South Korea and Japan all have dedicated envoys who meet regularly to discuss the North Korean issue: a legacy of the long-stalled six-party process that also involved Pyongyang and Moscow. Kim Hong-kyun, special representative for Korean Peninsula peace and security affairs at the South Korean foreign ministry, met with his Chinese counterpart Wu Dawei in Seoul on Monday.
During the campaign, Trump and his team had pledged to rebuild a Washington-Moscow relationship that deteriorated since Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea. As top United States and Russian representatives raged against each other in public, their planning for the Moscow trip has continued without issue, said the officials, who weren't authorized to discuss private diplomatic conversations and requested anonymity.
The U.S. officials said Russian commanders in Syria were informed of the strike beforehand in order to avoid casualties that could prompt a broader crisis. Trump's assertion that the U.S. was prepared to carry out further attacks on Syria if necessary echoed similar comments made by U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Friday, who delivered a rebuttal to Russia's condemnations and defended the president's action.
Haley said, "What happened this week was really one of the president's finest hours". USA officials say the chemical weapons were stored there and that those elements add to the conclusion that Russian Federation was complicit in the attack.
Later, Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj warned Pakistan of severe outcome to bilateral ties if it went ahead with the execution of Jhadav. Swaraj further said, "I would also like to tell the House that I have been in touch with the parents of Jadhav and we are extending our fullest support to them in this hard situation".
Israel's Foreign Ministry on Monday said far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen "contradicted historical truth" when she said that her country was not responsible for the rounding up of Jews during the Holocaust. She argued that had been the position of France's heads of state, including Charles De Gaulle, until former President Jacques Chirac "wrongly" acknowledged the state's role in Jewish persecution during World War II.