According to a statement by Pakistan military's Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), Indian troops yet again resorted to unprovoked firing after midnight across the LoC in town of Iftikharabad in Pakistan administered Kashmir. the LOC cannot be violated", said Pakistan's army spokesman Lieutenant-General Asim Bajwa. Lodhi said that India's action are creating "conditions that pose a threat to regional and global peace and security ..." Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday said ...
The governor Urjit Patel still gets a deciding vote if the panel is evenly split. The broader NSE index was up 0.3%, while the benchmark 10-year bond fell 3 basis points to 6.75%. "That's our base case given the real rate is moving down and the hard 4 % is being replaced with the mandate of an inflation target of 4% plus minus 2%", Narayan observed.
Iran, likely sold 2.8 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude and condensate in September, the sources said. The production is set to be decreased by around 700,000 barrels per day, with Saudi Arabia decreasing its production by up to 350,000 barrels per day.
They acted hours after a top bureaucrat highlighted the government's view that inflation is receding. With the appointment of Patel, the committee - comprising three government-appointed economists and three RBI officials, including Patel - was introduced to make the decision-making process more transparent.
Tuesday's debate comes as a close White House race appears to be tipping in Clinton's favor following her strong showing in the first presidential debate. Mike Pence is pitching his small-town IN upbringing as a key asset IN his career IN government, and says he can use it to help Donald Trump bring change to Washington.
The two candidates were tied at 46 percent in a Bloomberg Politics survey. The poll showed Clinton leading by nine points in Pennsylvania, a state that pundits have described as one of the battleground states critical to either candidate's path to the White House.
Kashmir, a Muslim-majority region, has been disputed territory between India and Pakistan for the past 70 years. The surgical strikes were launched to avenge the killings of 19 Indian soldiers in the September 18 terror attack at an Indian military base in Uri town in Kashmir's Baramulla district.
Of the 12 who said the debate helped them reach a decision, 10 chose Clinton, while only two said Trump. But it shows the political points Trump scored after the Democratic nominee's much-publicized mild case of pneumonia. America was watching the presidential debate. "There's something of a bias about men versus women that subtly Trump has played to, that men are more fit, tough enough to do the job".
Assange, 45, who has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, said that the upcoming documents will be related to Google, the USA electoral system, arms trading, war, oil, and mass surveillance. Assange hasn't disclosed if any of the leaks would involve Trump. And Assange himself took refuge in the Ecuador embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden where he is accused of raping a woman while she was asleep.
Tim Kaine lobbed so many zingers - including some comedic misfires - about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump that Mike Pence called out the feisty Democrat's "pre-done lines". Pence, who has a low-key style compared to Trump's signature bombast, said Trump as a NY real estate developer had created thousands of jobs and had used USA tax laws as they were designed to be used.
A question was posed by moderator Elaine Quijano on Trump's recent claim that he "brilliantly" used the United States tax code to pay as little tax as legally possible. "And we don't think that women should be punished, as Donald Trump said, for making the decision to have an abortion". Immigration - something that surprisingly didn't come up at last week's debate - was another flashpoint between the two men.
Pence is a first-term governor and previously served as a congressman. A new CNN/ORC poll Tuesday showed that Pence and Kaine are equally matched. But Mr Kaine's record could also be a line of attack for his Republican rival. And it means blocking any attempts by Pence - an equally genial politician - to make Trump's controversial statements and policy proposals seem more palatable.
He's tried to serve as a validator of Clinton's character, eager to offset the questions many Americans have about her honesty and trustworthiness. While last week's first presidential debate was watched by a record-setting television audience of 84 million people, Tuesday's contest was expected to have smaller viewership given Pence and Kaine's lower profiles in the campaign.
Moscow vowed to press on with its offensive in Syria, while US officials searched for a tougher response to Russia's decision to ignore the peace process and seek a military victory on behalf of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. On Wednesday, State Department spokesman John Kirby said administration officials across various agencies were discussing other options for Syria "that don't revolve around diplomacy".
As for Trump's foundation, news reports have raised multiple questions about its namesake's generosity. Kaine, the running mate of Hillary Clinton, invoked a New York Times article published Sunday showing Donald Trump's tax returns from 1995, a year where he claimed a $916 million loss.
Portions of the debate with added analysis are highlighted, followed by context and fact check from NPR reporters and editors in below. The result was a bunch of bickering between Kaine and Pence: "He's broken his first promise", the senator said.
Donald Trump may not be on the stage, but he's staying in the spotlight. Tim Kaine face off in the first and only vice presidential debate Tuesday. For the earnest and easygoing Kaine, that meant defending Clinton's character and reputation, her Achilles' heel throughout the campaign.
They're seen as more affable and more relatable than the top of the ticket, and it was expected to be a more civil affair than last week's first presidential debate. That firestorm was quieted only by revelations that Trump suffered more than $900 million in losses in 1995 that could have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for as many as 18 years, according to records obtained by The New York Times .
Zar Gul Alimi, a provincial council member from Kunduz, said: "there is fighting going on in district 1 and district 3 of Kunduz city". But a member of the USA military was killed Tuesday in Nangarhar province, about 300 miles south of Kunduz, while on a mission against Islamic State fighters, the Pentagon said.
Khan said: "We see the reintroduction of grammar schools, which will leave too many children behind and deepen inequality in our country". But Conservative MP Nigel Adams, a member of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, said the ban was "absolutely astonishing".
After first accusing Hillary Clinton and her running mate of politicizing police shootings, Pence rebuked the Clinton campaign for describing racism as a problem perpetuated by implicit biases that effect everyone-including police officers.
The UN's Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura charged the Assad government with breaking its word by not providing authorisation permits to visit at least five besieged areas. But they have failed to agree on a way to revive the deal that they had reached in Geneva on September 9, under which Moscow would ensure its ally Bashar al-Assad honors a ceasefire and Washington would rein in Syrian rebels.
After India's surgical strike across the Line of Control, Miandad had said that Pakistan was ready for an all out war against India. Following the meeting, Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that it was a moment of great pride for the nation that all parties were united on the Kashmir issue .
Parliamentary parties Monday unanimously rejected "ludicrous" Indian claims of carrying out surgical strike across the Line of Control as "blatantly false and brazens attempts at diverting global attention away from its atrocities in occupied Kashmir".
He slammed Donald Trump as someone who "always puts himself first" and questioned how his No. 2 could stand by him. But I think Tim Kaine came with a strategy, which was, I'm going to try to undercut Donald Trump every step I can on some fundamental issues - taxes, insults, or whatever those were.
In a brief statement, the Turkish police headquarters said that 2,523 of the 12,801 suspended were police chiefs. An armed Turkish special forces police officer patrols as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attends the funeral of one of the victims of the coup attempt in Istanbul on July 17, 2016.
A Reddit user posted four images of the budget-oriented graphics card PCB and specifications. Several days ago, GPUz specifications and 3D Mark benchmarks for the Nvidia's upcoming GeForce GTX 1050 Ti were leaked in the Baidu forums and today, images of the PCB have leaked online as well.
Moreover, most voters oppose the hard-line approach to immigration that is the centerpiece of the billionaire businessman's campaign. Clinton and Obama engaged in one of their fiercest exchanges in January 2008, an episode that shows the risks of a drawn-out fight.
On Monday, he said his troops would honor its commitments to the government and stick by a permanent cease-fire. In the morning, Santos met with other political representatives at a meeting attended by several cabinet members and leaders of the ruling Social Party of National Unity, the Colombia Liberal Party, Colombian Conservative Party, Radical Change, Colombian Green Party and the leftist Alternative Democratic Pole.
The 10th Judicial Circuit announced Monday night that there was an additional student who had been injured, and that an attempted murder charged had been filed in connection with the incident. Parents and students dropped off balloons and all sorts of superhero memorabilia in honor of 6-year-old Jacob Hall. As a result of the third student's injuries, Solicitor Chrissy Adams added another attempted-murder charge against the 14-year-old.
Hamilton, who is now in Tokyo ahead of this week's Japanese Grand Prix, was on course to win in Malaysia and take back control of the championship before his engine blew up with only 15 laps remaining. "If at the end of the year the higher powers don't want me to be champion after everything I've given towards it, I will have to accept that". Not only that, he also convinced team principal Christian Horner , plus Verstappen and Rosberg, to also drink from the unconventional vessel.
The US-Russia truce plan for Syria had envisioned an end to hostilities, increased aid deliveries to besieged populations, and eventual coordination between Moscow and Washington against jihadists. The latest tactic of whittling away at rebel-held areas of Aleppo rather than launching an all-out offensive has proved successful in the past: The government reasserted control of the suburbs of the capital, Damascus, and most of the central city of Homs using the strategy.
Kaine pointed out that in 2014, Trump had promised that he would "absolutely" release his tax returns if he mounted a bid for the White House. "Donald Trump must give the American public his tax returns to show he's prepared to be president, and he's breaking his promise", Kaine said.
Mumbai // Pakistan and India traded fresh accusations of cross-border fire in Kashmir on Tuesday after officials discussed ways of reducing tension over the region. The leaders said that India must stop "atrocities" in Kashmir and recognise the struggle of Kashmiris for their right of self determination guaranteed by the UNSC resolutions.
Screenshots of the stories taken by Refinery29 before the posts were removed from the GOP's website showed prewritten text declaring the outcome a clear win for Pence. "When people come back from war and combat, and they see things that maybe a lot of folks in this room have seen many times over - and you're strong and you can handle it - but a lot of people can't handle it", Trump told a veterans group on Monday.