A Delhi court on 2 June directed Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to assess the threat perception against complainant Rahul Sharma , who recently faced alleged attacked on him. In a letter to Kutty, Kejriwal said the Delhi government was committed to building 1,000 Mohalla Clinics of which 150 had been constructed so far. Rakesh Kumar, CO, Greater Noida 3 confirmed that no injuries were reported and it was a case of misfire.
Singer Ariana Grande previewed plans for a benefit concert to raise funds for the victims of the terrorist attack in Manchester, England . According to multiple outlets, police in the United Kingdom were "furious" when photos of debris from the attack appeared in a New York Times article .
The Los Angeles Clippers may be losing a lot of their key pieces this year to free agency, and Chris Paul is seemingly not going to be an exception. The 32-year-old also has found lucrative marketing success in his six seasons with the Clippers - starring, most notably, in a series of State Farm commercials - but frustration has been mounting for Paul and throughout the organization thanks to a string of playoff and injury disappointments.
At a regularly scheduled news conference Thursday, Hua said: "No matter whether other countries' positions may change, we will continue to uphold" a model of sustainable development. In the wake of Trump's decision, Queensland MPs George Christensen and Ian Macdonald both told The Australian that the Paris deal should now be reconsidered.
He added that the Secretary-General António Guterres remained confident that cities, states and businesses within the USA, along with other countries, would continue to demonstrate vision and leadership. Russian Federation struck a rare negative note. Apple's CEO Tim Cook said "Decision to withdraw from the #ParisAgreeement was wrong for our planet".
The father of USA -based Turkish basketball star Enes Kanter has been detained in Turkey in an investigation targeting supporters of the cleric whom Ankara accuses of orchestrating last July's failed coup, state-run Anadolu news agency said on Friday.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are shaping up for their final TV showdown of the General Election campaign as they take questions from voters in a live grilling expected to be watched by millions. The figures suggest May's majority could be reduced and the United Kingdom would face a hung parliament. "Under the Conservatives , the richest have got richer, while most people's incomes have fallen or stagnated".
He said last month that he would not seek re-election in 2018 and that he was considering leaving office early. "It's important to remember that nobody has even seen these documents", the congressman said . In response to The New York Times report on those memos, Chaffetz demanded copies from the Federal Bureau of Investigation of all of Comey's records related to conversations with Trump by next week and threatened to subpoena the records if necessary.
Another man has been arrested in the Manchester area in connection with the investigation. British police investigating the lethal concert bombing in Manchester say they have made two more arrests. British authorities have stopped and disrupted five plots since March 22, when a terror attack outside Parliament in London left five people dead, said Wallace, the security minister.
The Conservatives' projected loss of about 20 seats would leave the party without an overall majority, thereby dashing May's plan to boost her numbers and strengthen her negotiating position in Britain's exit from the EU. But there was laughter from the audience after she replied to a question about a lack of costings in the Conservative manifesto with "judge us on our record".
This dwarfs the £331,499 that was donated to Labour over the same timeframe, with Jeremy Corbyn's party only narrowly ahead of the Liberal Democrats in donations. "Brexit negotiations start 11 days after you vote, but instead of focusing on those negotiations, Corbyn would be busy haggling with Nicola Sturgeon and the Lib Dems".
Nearly half a million people have had to abandon their homes after the island suffered its worst flooding in 14 years. The army, navy and air force were continuing to try to reach stranded villagers and evacuate those living in areas prone to mudslides, he added.
Israel re-captured East Jerusalem and the West Bank from Jordan during the 1967 Six Day War and later annexed it, in a move never recognized by the global community. He said leaving foreign embassies in Tel Aviv is "a surrender to unfair Arab and Muslim pressure". "The question is does making this move prejudice" the peace process, the official said.
The Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority (PA) has welcomed a decision by U.S. President Donald Trump to keep the U.S. embassy in Israel in the city of Tel Aviv instead of relocating it to Jerusalem. In 1947, the United Nations presented its plan for Palestine: partitioning the land into an Arab state and a Jewish state. "Next week's 50th anniversary of the reunification of the city during the June 1967 Six-Day War marks a half-century of full access to holy sites of all faiths in the Old ...
Announcing the contours of the " EVM challenge ", the EC had said it has been divided into two parts. Of the seven national and 65 recognised regional parties, only two have chosen to participate in the "hackathon" that will be held between 10am and 2pm at the EC headquarters in the Capital.
Jeff Immelt, G.E.'s chairman and chief executive, said in a Twitter message that he was "disappointed with today's decision on the Paris Agreement ". "Because, by choosing to withdraw from this landmark climate agreement, Mr Trump is telling the world that he intends to fix problems alone". May noted that Japan and Canada - fellow members of the G-7 group of rich industrialized nations - also were not signatories, but like Britain remain committed to the Paris agreement .
President Donald Trump waits for the arrival of Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to the White House in Washington , Wednesday, May 31, 2017. Trump's team may try to make a counterargument and send it to the Senate, where the Agreement would have a snowball's chance in a warming world of getting two-thirds approval.
The journalist will interview Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron in tonight's edition. During the half-hour BBC1 show, Neil accused the Liberal Democrat leader of "filibustering" and failing to answer his questions, while Mr Farron complained that his interviewer was "doing more talking than I am".
May's office says she spoke to President Donald Trump after his announcement and "expressed her disappointment with the decision". "For us, our position on the Paris agreement . In MIT News's write up of the study, Monier was quoted as saying, "The Paris agreement is certainly a step in the right direction, but it is only a step".
The pound was recently trading at $1.2850, 0.3 per cent lower on the day, and around half a per cent lower against the euro at around 87.49p. When May called the snap June 8 election at the beginning of March, the Conservative Party led Labour by some 20 points in most opinion polls .
US taxpayers aren't the only ones pitching in to a global fund to help poor countries cope with rising seas and fight climate change. He says the Paris emission reduction commitments were voluntary, which was something the New Zealand Government took advantage of by setting relatively weak targets.
Comey's testimony probably will focus on the private meetings the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director had with Trump and subsequently chronicled in internal memos and recounted to associates who have divulged their contents to The Associated Press and other media outlets.
He said since the party's committee or "politburo" took the decision to back Labour last month, local communist parties across Britain had approached their local Labour parties offering help with campaigning. May announced the snap election to solidify parliamentary support behind her in Brexit negotiations. Tonight's event will see both leaders spend 45 minutes answering questions from voters, though Mrs May and Mr Corbyn will not take part in any head-to-head discussions.
Some corporations in Pittsburgh said they plan to continue their initiatives to slow climate change and take corporate responsibility despite Trump's claims that the accord is bad for American business. Compliance with the terms of the Paris accord and the onerous energy restrictions it has placed on the United States could cost America as much as 2.7 million lost jobs by 2025, according to the National Economic Research Associates, he said.
However, Labour leader Corbyn, a 68-year-old socialist peace campaigner, has been pulling in big crowds at rallies across the country, brushing off warnings from opponents in his own party that he would lead them to electoral disaster. Prime Minister Theresa May told supporters in northern England that Britain's vote almost one year ago to leave the European Union bloc will make a wealth of new opportunities available - if voters leave her in charge after the June 8 vote.
Lagman insisted the House convene into a joint session with senators by the majority of lawmakers voted in favor of Farinas' motion. The committee received a briefing by the different department heads of the executive branch including Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon, and other Cabinet officials.
Leaders of scores of cities and some states across the country said Thursday they'll continue to follow global climate goals, even though President Donald Trump said the country is withdrawing from the Paris Agreement . The leaders of Germany, France and Italy issued a joint statement expressing "regret" at the decision. "China will be allowed to build hundreds of additional coal mines, India will be allowed to double its coal production; we're supposed to get rid of ours", said Trump ...
Leading Social Democrats said Monday that Merkel should have openly opposed Trump from the start rather than trying to work with him at first. She said following the election of the U.S President Donald Trump and Brexit , Europeans "really have to take destiny into their own hands".
They have been using weaponry found and a stolen police vehicle, believed to have been manufactured in the United States, to keep the army at bay, according to Reuters , which cited Restituto Padilla, a military spokesperson . President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law across the entire southern region of Mindanao in response to the crisis, which he described as the start of a major campaign by IS to establish a foothold in the Philippines.
He gave the program stability - most notably during a period when Brian Williams was forced off "Nightly News" at NBC and Diane Sawyer left ABC's "World News". Pelley, who's reporting in Syria, knew of his firing and took action ahead of next week's planned announcement of his move to " 60 Minutes ". He has worked as a reporter and anchor for CBS News for the past 25 years.
Chai added there is no need to worry about China's progress on keeping its promises, but if one of the world's two largest carbon emitters decides to withdraw, it will drag down the pace of improvements and make it hard to address the issue.
South Africa's notoriously corrupt President Jacob Zuma has quelled a second revolt from his party's leadership, cementing his hold over the ANC ahead of party leadership elections later this year. A backroom schism in the ANC over Zuma has burst into the open in recent weeks as his opponents seek to oust him or ensure his chosen candidate does not take over the reins.
Others in Trump's inner circle - including Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former national security adviser Michael Flynn , who was at the December meeting at issue - also somehow failed to disclose meetings with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak .
On Sunday night, a senior White House official said Trump's decision to say "Islamic extremism" instead of "Islamist extremism" as written in his prepared remarks was not intentional but the product of exhaustion brought on by the rigorous travel schedule.
That appeals court's ruling is the one that the government is challenging in the new appeal, separate from the two enforcement requests. The Supreme Court is the administration's final legal recourse. In blocking Trump's travel ban, the appeals court pointed to that language and said the administration acted in "bad faith". While agreeing with the majority's conclusions, Judge Stephanie Thacker warned that it should have been based on actual governmental actions, not a " judicial ...