India's oil-to-telecoms conglomerate Reliance Industries Ltd said on Thursday (20 October) profit over the last three months fell about 23 per cent, roughly matching analysts' estimates. The company's net profit in the corresponding quarter of the previous fiscal year was Rs 18 crore. The company's turnover in the three months stood at Rs 81,651 crore, up 9.6 percent year-on-year.
Asked earlier this week about the degree of risk facing USA special operations forces who are advising Iraqi forces in the Mosul operation, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said Iraqis are in the lead but efforts are being made to limit the risk facing US troops.
In recent weeks, WikiLeaks has released more than 12,000 internal emails believed to be illegally obtained by hackers from the private account of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. "She wants open borders . He said nice things about me", he said, adding that he would like to have a good relationship with Putin. "How did we get onto Putin?" We never had anything like this happen in any of our elections before.
With 20.6 percent of ballots collected from polling stations, CEMI forecast that the DPS would get 42.2 percent, while the opposition Democratic Front alliance of pro-Western and pro-Serb parties would get 22.8 percent. A supporter of Montenegro's Prime Minister and long-ruling Democratic Party of Socialists leader Milo Djukanovic holds American flag and reacts during celebration after parliamentary elections , in Podgorica , Montenegro, earl.
The Philippines evacuated nearly 12,500 people before a Category 3 typhoon hit land early on Sunday, dumping heavy rains and unleashing strong winds on northern rice-growing areas, disaster officials said. 18 people died in Quang Binh province while another six died in other provinces. Coconut trees and electricity poles were knocked down, leaving several towns without power, the report said as the country prepared for a typhoon touted as the most disastrous this year.
It doesn't matter which TV channel you watch or which news website you read. Most pundits and conservative partisans said that Trump's refusal to say if he would accept the election's vote tally obscured what for him had been a solid performance in the first half hour of the debate.
This shift to conciliator-in-chief is all the more striking in the context of a relationship between the two countries which seemed to have reached rock bottom only three months ago when the Philippines won a massive legal victory against China's claims in the South China Sea, inflicting great damage in the process on China's reputation as a rising power willing to respect global law.
South Africa refused to arrest Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir, who has been indicted twice for war crimes and genocide by the ICC, when he attended an African Union summit in Johannesburg previous year. "It's important both for South Africa and the region that this runaway train be slowed down", Dewa Mavhinga, Human Rights Watch's Africa division senior researcher, said in a statement Friday.
Duterte, who has been at odds with the United States because of its critical stance on his bloody war on drugs, said stopping of the military exercises is in line with his aim to chart an independent foreign policy. The World Health Organization said 20.6 percent of the Philippine population smoked as of 2013, 10 years after the tobacco regulation act was passed.
Gen. Talib Shaghati, called on Iraqis fighting for the Islamic State group in Mosul to surrender, October 19, 2016. However, explosives and booby traps laid down by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant slowed down the offensive. "We couldn't sleep last night because of the air strikes". Since Tuesday, IS has sent 12 auto bombs, all of which were blown up before reaching their targets, he said according to the news agency.
The front-month in U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil, which expires at Thursday's settlement, was down $1.17, or 2.3 percent, at $50.43 per barrel. During this time of year, refineries go into maintenance which causes a drop in demand because less crude is needed to produce gasoline and other fuel products.
The Russian and Syrian air forces halted strikes in Aleppo, for a 48 hour humanitarian pause. The Syrian government has issued multiple statements that urged the rebels to leave eastern Aleppo and promised them a safe passage to the rebel-held city of Idlib in northwestern Syria .
A dozen workers of MNS were on Wednesday arrested for protesting against the upcoming release of filmmaker Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil as the party rejected his statement that he will not "engage with talent" from Pakistan in the future.
Moscow said the cease-fire would be extended by 24 hours, and the United Nations said it hoped to carry out the first medical evacuations from Aleppo on Friday, after getting clearance from all warring parties. Meanwhile, Belgian officials summoned the Russian ambassador for a meeting Thursday morning, after Russian media accused Belgium of being responsible for an airstrike in the Syrian city of Aleppo that killed six civilians.
But this year, perhaps unsurprisingly, was an incredibly awkward exception. She told more than 7,000 supporters of Hillary Clinton in Phoenix - some standing in line overnight - that Americans decide elections and Trump was threatening to "ignore our voices and reject the outcome of this election".
But if you need to take your gaming on the go, then you simply take the Switch out of the docking station, take both sides of the controller and attach it to the device, and you're ready to go. The system also appears to be moving away from the discs used by Nintendo for their past several home consoles, using smaller cartridges akin to their handheld 3DS devices.
The targets hit were in areas that the Syrian forces recently took over as they pressed ahead with their campaign to drive Islamic State militants from areas north of Aleppo . "Don't use civilians as human shields", the announcements said. Syria and Russian Federation halted airstrikes on Aleppo on Tuesday. The Turkish military said the attacks were retaliatory after five shells fired from the YPG-controlled Afrin region hit Turkey's Hatay province, striking empty land.
Iraq's military says it's already inflicted heavy losses but ISIS has responded with more than a dozen suicide vehicle bomb attacks. Thousands of people have fled the area to avoid the fighting according to an aid group. The U.S. military, meanwhile, said an American soldier died from wounds sustained in a roadside bomb explosion in northern Iraq , in connection with the Iraqi effort to retake Mosul .
Reuters reported that the United States went ahead with a £1 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia past year despite concerns from some officials that the sale could implicate the U.S. The Houthi-controlled SABA news agency of Yemen quoted an anonymous army official denying its forces fired on the USS Mason , without elaborating.
Obama's garden during this month's final harvests. Michelle has now become one of the most iconic First Ladies in terms of her awesome style, being up there with Jackie Onassis. Michelle Obama has become somewhat of a saving grace in American politics and over the past few weeks she's emerged as the shining light in a rather vicious election campaign.
Right now, the Mumbai Police has assured full support and protection to the plexes showing the film. The MNS and some other political parties have opposed the release of films with actors from Pakistan after the Uri terror attack, putting a question mark on the fate of Johar's movie, slated for release on October 28.
On Thursday, Donald Trump said he'll "totally" accept the ultimate result of the election. After letting that vow hang in the air, he added: "If I win". For down-ballot Republicans running for House and Senate, it was just the latest occasion to distance themselves from their presidential nominee, whose endlessly provocative campaign risks costing his party control of Congress.
Clinton pointed out that she went on to say that her vision includes "energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere". "We would then have to put them on trains, on buses to get them out of our country", Clinton said. Jorge Ramos, the Univision anchor who infamously confronted Trump on the campaign trail, tweeted in Spanish: "What Trump said about immigration is the best way of losing the Latino vote".
The ships "had indications of a possible inbound missile threat and deployed appropriate defensive measures" late on Saturday, said Capt Paula Dunn, a spokeswoman for U.S. Adm. John Richardson, the Navy's top officer, said earlier Saturday the destroyer USS Mason appeared "to have come under attack". The missile attack, if confirmed, would mark the third time the USS Mason was sacked upon in global waters in the past week from territory in Yemen controlled by Iranian-aligned Houthi rebels.
His top advisers and running mate Mike Pence have tried to soften his comments, only to watch helplessly as he plunges ahead. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), who lost the 2008 election against President Barack Obama urged Trump to accept the results of the election as he did.
Extremely rough seas are forecast for the northern area of the East Sea, including the area of Hoang Sa archipelago. Haima will be the second storm system to pound the Philippines this week. Karen was named after a singing bird in Cambodia. The storm has forced the cancelation of more than 100 domestic and global flights and has stranded thousands of passengers.
There are "over 100" USA military advisors on the ground near Mosul with Kurdish and Iraqi forces, spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis said earlier this week. "There are real fears that the offensive to retake Mosul could produce a humanitarian catastrophe resulting in one of the largest man-made displacement crises in recent years", said William Spindler, spokesman for the Office of the U.N.
The militants are using suicide auto bombs, roadside bombs and snipers to push back the attack, and are pounding surrounding areas with mortar fire, a spokesman from the elite US-trained Counter Terrorism Service said at a nearby location.
The newspaper published that Donald Trump has groped and forcibly kissed several women. A former contestant from NBC's " The Apprentice ", said Friday that the former reality television star became sexually aggressive at a Beverly Hills hotel in 2007.
The wind is strong, the waves are big", said Julie Hermano, manager of a small resort in Santa Ana, a coastal town of about 30,000 people that is in the typhoon's direct path. About 20 typhoons and storms lash the Philippines each year, adding to the many burdens in a country that is also threatened by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions and considered one of the world's most disaster-prone nations.
It's the first USA service member to die in the long-planned push against the Islamic State group. CENTCOM did not disclose the exact location of the blast nor the details about the soldier. After Bartella, Iraqi forces advancing toward Mosul will begin to hit villages and suburbs where civilians still live, a factor that will further complicate military operations that rely heavily on artillery and airstrikes to clear territory.
In response to allegations made by Natasha Stoynoff , a reporter for People who said that Trump forced his tongue down her throat during an interview, the GOP presidential nominee asked supporters to "look at her". "I can say with certainty that Donald Trump has denied that any of those actions that have been alleged have ever occurred", Pence told an Ohio TV station.
Ms May told a meeting of the full cabinet today that the final decision would be taken at a sub-committee of ministers. Prime Minister Theresa May has told her Cabinet colleagues that a ruling on the matter would be issued in the winter of 2017-18.
UNSC's unanimous backing for Guterres on Thursday followed an informal vote the previous day during which 13 of the 15 members supported his candidacy. Guterres said he hoped the consensus would turn out to be symbolic, bringing "swift decisions which the troubled world we live in demands". The second-place candidate, the Slovak Miroslav Lajčák, had seven votes in support and six against him - two of them vetoes from permanent council members.
Recent revelations of Trump's predatory sexual comments about women deepened the worries among GOP officials who fear he'll drag down their own electoral prospects in November. Among the likely voters, the poll counted 798 Democrats and 586 Republicans. The furor over the 2005 videotape, in which Mr. Trump bragged about groping and trying to seduce women, led dozens of lawmakers to denounce him, including Arizona Senator John McCain.