Addressing a press conference in Srinagar , Mr Singh said the delegations members had gone to meet them in their individual capacity. He reiterated government's stand that the doors are still open for talks. "The all-party delegation will meet in Delhi after its return and decide the action plan for the future", he said. Separatists Sunday rejected Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's invitation to them for meeting with all-party delegation, terming such a measure as "deceitful" and ...
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Hillary Clinton blamed a bad coughing fit on opponent Donald Trump during a Labor Day rally in Cleveland, triggering a sharp response from the Trump campaign and a trending hashtag on social media. "The mayor today is just one example of what's happening across this country", Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said. Her 25-minute question-and-answer session was her first extensive availability with reporters since early December.
Hillary Clinton's message this Labor Day was that she would bring back jobs if elected, but Trump said: "She can't". Democrat Hillary Clinton has said the USA should increase the number of Syrian refugees admitted into the U.S.to 65,000, and focus on those most vulnerable.
The official said the USA was eager to find an agreement quickly, mindful of the deteriorating conditions around the besieged city of Aleppo, but is wary of entering a deal that lacks teeth. An " effort [to make the deal work] should increase in urgency over the next several weeks ", Obama said. Putin and Obama spoke for almost an hour and a half.
Without directly naming Pakistan, Modi told Turnbull, "Our (India's) neighbourhood, in particular, was suffering from destabilisation effects of terrorism". He said the excessive secrecy of some overseas banks ended up shielding the corrupt, referencing economic offences by Indians. The prime minister said that vision of transparent, equitable, non-discriminatory, open, inclusive and rule-based global trading architecture should underpin collective efforts.
Police blocked off the site of the protest. Zimbabwe's main opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has slammed what it calls naked police brutality after the authorities prevented an opposition march from going ahead. "I am personally one of the people who actually think President Mugabe must be impeached and so I am going to walk the talk", said Maridadi. Another anti-government demonstration will be held next Friday, said the coalition of at least 18 opposition parties ...
Russia, however, said one of its warplanes had carried out the strike that killed Adnani. A senior defense official told VOA that Russia's claim is "yet another attempt at disinformation". "It's hard to imagine that Adnani's successor will be more radical than Adnani", he said. Followers of IS carried out attacks on several continents, including the Orlando shooting, the Nice truck attack in France and a massive suicide bombing in downtown Baghdad.
Obama arrived in Vientiane, Laos, on Monday, becoming the first sitting president to visit the nation. Official figures released Sunday show that, since he took office on June 30, over 2,400 people have been killed in police anti-drug operations and by suspected vigilantes.
Afghan security personnel investigate the site of a twin suicide bombing near the Ministry of Defence in Kabul on September 5, 2016. Eye witnesses say that as emergency services rushed to the scene following the first blast, a suicide bomber was spotted running into the crowd where they reportedly detonated an explosive vest.
The Government did strike a deal with the BMA but the contract was rejected in a referendum by junior doctors in July. The Prime Minister urged the BMA to put patients first, and reiterated her confidence in the Health Secretary. Mrs May said: "The Government is putting patients first, the BMA should be putting patients first - not playing politics". It was previously thought a breakthrough had been reached between both sides in the dispute after a new deal was agreed in May.
In response, Obama suggested earlier Monday his planned meeting with Duterte may not go forward. FILE - In this August 31, 2016, file photo, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gestures as he addresses Overseas Filipino Workers who were repatriated back to the country at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay city, south of Manila, Philippines .
Babu had come under severe pressure when he was the Excise Minister in the Chandy cabinet after Biju Ramesh, a bar owner, had alleged that he himself had bribed Babu at his office. Reiterating his claims, Ramesh said: "The truth will come out as everyone knows what has happened". Both Babu and Mani have been under spotlight following the bar scandal that broke in October 2014.
North Korea added to the drama on Monday with the firing of three ballistic missiles off its east coast. Putin said it was premature to give any details about the terms of a potential agreement, but said he felt a deal was really close.
The town is 980 kilometers (610 miles) south of Manila . Duterte had been mayor of Davao for most of the past two decades, before winning presidential elections in a landslide in May and being sworn in on June 30. Experts say that there is no evidence, however, that Islamic State is actively supporting Abu Sayyaf . The attack rattled the normally peaceful home city of Duterte, who typically spends his weekends there, some 980 kilometers away from the capital Manila .
The move is seen by many as the only solution to the current crisis which has been aggravated by the presence of the Islamic State group, which according to Kurdish fighters is sponsored by Turkey. Washington says Turkish action aimed at the YPG, part of the USA -backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) coalition, risked undermining the broader goal of ridding Syria of ISIS, which has attacked Western and Turkish targets.
All four attackers detonated their suicide jackets, Additional Inspector General Bomb Disposal Squad Shafqat Malik said, adding that rifles and five hand grenades were recovered from the attackers. In a statement that he sent to Reuters , the group's spokesman promised to carry out more attacks. Both Islamic State and the JA claimed responsibility for the attack.
Karimov, who had served as president of the newly independent republic since 1991, suffered a brain hemorrhage on August 27. The 78-year-old Karimov, whose death from a cerebral hemorrhage was announced Friday, was being laid to rest in his birthplace of Samarkand , the ancient Silk Road city.
Mrs. Schlafly's accolades include being named one of the 100 most important women of the 20th century by Ladies' Home Journal and 1992 Illinois Mother of the Year. Schlafly said she tirelessly fought against the proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution on the grounds that women were already fully protected and that the amendment would erode women's standing, leading to homosexual marriages, women in combat, government-funded abortions and loss of alimony.
After Trump's Wednesday visit with Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto, the Republican presidential nominee said that the two didn't discuss who would pay for a wall along the southern US border. If Trump gives the same talk in North Carolina that he gave in Arizona, he will lose even more votes. "At the beginning of the conversation with Donald Trump, I made it clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall", Pena Nieto said in a tweet.
In the vote, the center-left Social Democratic Party came in first with 30.6 percent, followed by the AfD with 20.8 percent. Merkel came under fresh fire over her open-door refugee policy on Monday after her party suffered a humiliating defeat against an upstart anti-migrant populist party.
In this regard, the Ministers noted that constructive dialogue and close cooperation among major oil producing countries is crucial to oil market stability to ensure sustainable levels of investment for the long term. In Novak's view, a way to tackle the situation would be for the two countries to choose a month that would be considered the benchmark for the production freeze, starting from the second half of this year, getting all the support needed from other producers.
Curfew was Friday re-imposed in many parts of Kashmir including Srinagar as a precautionary measure ahead of Friday prayer congregations even as normal life remained paralysed in the Valley for the 56th day. Normal life remained affected due to the separatist sponsored strike as educational institutions and private offices were closed while public transport continued to be off the roads.
China says the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD), system is meant to spy on China, while Seoul and Washington say the system is intended exclusively to defend against North Korea's missile threat. That missile flew 500 kilometres towards Japan, far exceeding the range of the North's previous sub-launched missiles. "Our commitment to the defence of our allies in the face of these threats remains ironclad", Kirby said.
It could amount to a stinging defeat for Mrs Merkel's Christian Democrats, who are projected to gain 19% or 20% of the vote, putting them in third place . Although Sunday's election was held in Germany's poorest and least populous state, the outcome was significant in part because it is home to Merkel's constituency, the port city of Stralsund.
China is Canada's second-largest trading partner after the United States, with exchanges topping Can$85 billion ($66.5 billion) a year ago. Speaking to powerful Chinese businessmen in Beijing, the prime minister said he intends to make real progress on a renewed relationship between the two countries.
But if you thought that was the end of the matter, think again. A French high court has struck down on French town's ban on the burkini, effectively invalidating such bans in about 30 towns, though many remain. Rightwing figures are pushing for a nationwide ban to be written into law, led by former president Nicolas Sarkozy who this week launched his bid to regain the presidency in next year's election.
With this, the total number of arrests in the case have risen to two. The accused was identified as Tophan Sahoo, an aide of prime accused Lipun Bisoyi who was arrested yesterday. At least four persons attacked the girl and threw acid at her Saturday midnight after entering her house. He even pressurized the girl to become his second wife.
On Wednesday, photographs that showed armed French police officers looking on as a woman removed part of her burkini-like clothing on a beach in Nice , southern France, were widely shared on social media and sparked fresh public debate on the issue.
He said that the delegation's talks with the various sections in J&K have been fruitful. Asked if Government of India (GoI) will talk to Pakistan on Kashmir situation, Mr Singh said this is India's internal matter and he is speaking to his countrymen.
In exchange of fire two Frontier Corps (FC) soldiers, a police constable and two civilian guards were injured. Authorities "promptly responded" and all four attackers were dead, army spokesman Lt General Asim Bajwa said in a message on social network Twitter .
South Korea's Yonhap news agency cited a military source as saying Wednesday's launch had been made at an acute angle to limit the missile's range. Current UN resolutions prohibit North Korea from any use of ballistic missile technology, but Pyongyang has continued to carry out numerous launches following its fourth nuclear test in January.
Peña Nieto later contradicted Trump's answer, saying he told the businessman Mexico would not be paying for construction of the wall. "After that, the conversation moved on to other topics and unfolded in a respectful manner", he added in another tweet.
But Monday's launch risks embarrassing its main ally Beijing, which has gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure a smooth summit meeting in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou. North Korea has been banned from conducting missile tests, but that hasn't stopped them from launching several lately. Pyongyang says it will not abandon its nuclear "deterrence" unless Washington ends its hostile policy and dissolves the US-led command in South Korea.
The launch comes four days before the 68th anniversary of the founding of North Korea's government, and days after South Korean and US troops ended annual joint summertime military drills, which North Korea regularly describes as a dress rehearsal for invasion.