The Border Security Force, which is tasked with manning the Indo-Pakistan border, is already implementing pilot projects of these non-physical barriers in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Gujarat, said Rajnath. Asserting that rooting out the cancer of terrorism is of a paramount importance cricketer Gautam Gambhir today took a tough stand against Pakistan saying that he favoures total black out of ties with Pakistan till the Islamabad stops cross-border terrorism saying that "our soldiers lives ...
A source close to the negotiation revealed that while the release of 21 girls was based on trust to test the sincerity of the government, the release of 83 more girls will be based on ransom payment and release of no fewer than 16 of Boko Haram commanders.
North Korea claims it has the technology to develop a miniaturized nuclear warhead and place it atop such a missile. Topping the agenda are ways to bring out a strong UN Security Council resolution and formulate additional ways for Seoul and Washington to further pressure Pyongyang.
A Government QC said the "view at the moment" was that ratification was likely if the royal prerogative was used to launch the Brexit process. James Eadie QC told the High Court that Parliament would have to ratify any package hammered out with Brussels - prompting Theresa May's spokeswoman to say it was an "accurate reflection" of the Government's interpretation of the law.
In addition, the two countries agree on the jointly manufacture of 200 Kamov 226-T helicopters, most of which will be made in India, and signed agreements to build intelligent cities and on cooperation between the two nations' space agencies.
Barack Obama's half-brother Malik will show his support for Donald Trump at the third presidential debate on Wednesday. "One of the great things about America's democracy is we have a vigorous, sometimes bitter political contest, and when it's done, historically, regardless of party, the person who loses the election congratulates the victor, reaffirms our democracy, and we move forward", Obama said.
Labour is expected on Wednesday to try to exploit the government's discomfort with a debate on a motion calling for "a full and transparent debate" to allow the Commons to "properly scrutinise" the government's plans before Article 50 is activated.
Another video uploaded to social media late Monday showed an elderly woman on a Bangkok bus being berated and slapped in the face by commuters in the presence of police over alleged comments. I am here to hopefully bring you the latest information on rookie, underrated and girl groups. A government spokesman said some Thais can't afford mourning clothes and stressed the need for tolerance.
Meanwhile, the United Nations is urging civilians fleeing Mosul not to move to the west of the city where the United Nations and other humanitarian aid groups do not have access. By Monday evening Kurdish officials claimed to have retaken 75 square miles of territory, although their degree of control over the territory remained unclear.
In Iraq, the militants are preparing to defend Mosul, the most important city under their control, from a massive worldwide offensive expected to begin later this month. Erdogan told a group of Islamic leaders in Istanbul on October 11 that Iraq had requested some military aid from Turkey and is now "telling us to leave" its camp at Bashiqa in northern Iraq.
The 24 state governors' four-year terms were to end in early January, with elections set for December. The country's election board announced the delay which is seen as favouring the unpopular socialist government. Venezuela has postponed until next year gubernatorial elections the opposition is heavily favored to win. Previously, the Democratic Unity Roundtable, or MUD, opposition coalition had to collect 3,893,128 signatures - exactly 20 percent - from Venezuela's voting-eligible ...
Speaking in Berlin, he told the media that he felt there was no "additional threat to Germany from the fight against IS", and said that "the threat is already high and it's right that we should combat IS militarily". Le Drian said Tuesday the battle for Mosul could take "several weeks" or even months . In mid-2014, Daesh captured Mosul - Iraq's second-largest city - before overrunning large swathes of territory in the country's northern and western regions.
Federal prosecutors, who handle terrorism investigations in Germany, said in a statement Monday they had no indications that a target already had been chosen for an attack. "The behavior of the suspect speaks for an IS context", he said. Albakr arrived in Germany amid a flood of 890,000 asylum seekers a year ago. He was finally caught in the early hours of Monday after police learnt that he had sought help from two Syrians in Leipzig, Spiegel Online reported.
Russian Federation is calling for a vote Saturday on a United Nations resolution it proposed urging immediate implementation of the U.S. -Russia cease-fire agreement, particularly in Aleppo. Vitaly Churkin, Russia's ambassador said the French measure was "hastily put together" and suggested it was "not created to make progress. but to cause a Russian veto".
There was no immediate word on casualties from that attack or other fighting on Monday. File - In this Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016 file photo, Iraq's elite counterterrorism forces gather ahead of an operation to re-take the Islamic State-held City of Mosul, outside Irbil, Iraq.
The Observatory said 17 more people were killed in attacks by Russian jets on Sunday night in the al-Qarterji district of rebel-held Aleppo . Monday's air strikes killed 14 civilians in Aleppo's rebel-held district of Marjeh, including at least 12 members of the same family, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).
The president initially said he would pull his punches when it comes to politics, respecting the official setting. The Republican nominee must find some way to get traction in what could be an explosive presidential debate on Wednesday. A pro-Trump sheriff who has caused alarm by appearing to call for a violent uprising, doubled down on the comments when invited to speak at a Trump rally in Wisconsin Monday night.
Media reports said Iraq Prime Minister Iraq Haider al-Abadi announced the coalition military forces attack led by the United States to recapture the Daesh government centre in Mosul . Police are monitoring the movement of 59 Malaysians who joined the Daesh militants overseas following the possibility of them returning after the coalition military forces attack on the Daesh stronghold in Mosul , Iraq , yesterday.
Johnson. "For all those people who wondered why we were so adamant that Donald Trump must not be the next president of the United States, I think a lot of people are realizing that we were correct in that and are giving us a very good look right now", McMullin said .
The victim's uncle, Abdul Rahman al-Falaj, also said the sentence reflected the Gulf kingdom's " fair justice system ", Arab News reported. Members of Saudi Arabia's ruling family are only rarely known to have been executed. "The Interior Ministry, in announcing this, affirms to all that the Kingdom's government is determined to establish security, bring about justice and implement Allah's law against all those who attack the innocent", the ministry said.
Prince Turki bin Saud bin Turki bin Saud Al-Kabeer pleaded guilty to shooting to death another Saudi national - Adel bin Sulaiman bin Abdulkareem Al-Mihaimeed - following a quarrel in 2012, SPA quoted the Ministry of Interior as saying. It did not say how the prince was killed. On January 2, the country executed 47 people with Iran protesting the killing of a Shi'ite cleric. The royal family is estimated to be in the thousands.
Justices Eko and Augie were interviewed by the NJC to replace Justices John Fabiyi, and Muhammad Muntaka-Coomasie, following their retirement. Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu , who presided over the session, noted that although there were challenges, the Senate expected the two justices to be fair and just in doing their work.
Asma al-Assad, 41, was speaking to Russian Federation 24, a Moscow-based state-run television channel. The comments were part of the British-born Assad's first interview with global media since Syria's revolt erupted in 2011 with demands for her husband Bashar to step down.
The topic of independence has always been taboo in the former British colony, now governed under the "one country, two systems" principle since its return to Communist Party-ruled China in 1997. That went directly against a decision by the president of the Legco, pro-Beijing lawmaker Andrew Leung, who had already given the green light for them to retake their oaths today.
The monstrous dictator had been born in a rented room on top of the building on April 20, 1889. The house is located in front of Salzburger Vorstadt 15, Braunau am Inn, Upper Austria, the building where Hitler was born in 1889. 'A complete transformation or removal of the building is in principle suited to erase the place's ideological connotation and dissolve the emotional ties with Hitler.
He was charged with the murder of his wife, Adelah Barati, 30, after a fire ripped through a house on Clement Street, Guildford, in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Police confirmed yesterday that the relationship between Mr Barati and his wife would be key to its investigation into the woman's death. He declined to say whether Mrs Barati was killed by the fire and in which part of the house her body was found.
Now, on her return to Britain, Kate has pulled out a surprising but lovely dress out of the bag: a pink floral dress by Kate Spade , which she wore during a mental health charity event at the London Eye. The Duchess will tour the gallery's permanent collection before visiting the exhibition, meet children taking part in the gallery's learning program and attend a short reception with museum supporters.
The part of Boko Haram under the control of Shekau said the rest of the kidnapped Chibok girls - estimated to be around 115 - were with the Islamic State-allied splinter group, according to Garba Shehu, spokesman for President Muhammadu Buhari.
Indian Army was all set to enter Pakistan-occupied Kashmir way back in 1999 but they were stopped by then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee following worldwide pressure, according to General (retd) VP Malik. She called this "the worst form of state terrorism, a war crime, which India has perpetrated by its illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir for decades".
Hurricane Nicole just before dawn Thursday morning. There were no reports of deaths or major injuries. Hundreds of people had rushed to shops and gas stations for last-minute preparations as rain and wind began to batter Bermuda on Wednesday.
The poll also looked at Senate and governors' races in the 15 states and found those Republicans were typically outperforming Trump in those states. But within days, at least nine women said he had made unwelcome advances on them over several decades. Trump's wife, Melania, in interviews Monday and Tuesday, echoed his complaint that the allegations were part of a broad election conspiracy against him by the US news media and the Clinton campaign.
After the second debate and nine women making sexual assault allegations against Trump, those numbers have almost flipped: Clinton now leads Trump among men by 6 points. Trump has expressed regret for his comments about women in a decade-old video, and said that those comments do not reflect how he views women now.
The event is a bookend to the administration's first state dinner in 2009, held in honor of India and marred by gate-crashers. The President and First Lady are getting ready for their 13th and final State Dinner. Batali, executive chef Cristeta Comerford and pastry chef Susie Morrison settled on a menu of sweet potato ravioli with browned butter and sage, warm butternut squash salad and beef pinwheels, an Italian classic, served with broccoli rabe.
For more than two years, the US Administration has stuck to its argument that the only path to a sustained victory over Isis (Islamic State) group is for locals, not outsiders, to bear the main responsibility for the fighting and for governing after the extremists are removed.
Labour Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer said. "If we bypass or we set a precedent. that a prime minister can decide what rights we have and what rights we don't, then basically we go back to being a dictatorship and we roll back democracy 400 years".