The Japanese chapter regretted the absence of an effective separation between India's nuclear energy program and its weapons program. The agreement, which provides for bilateral cooperation in the field of nuclear energy, will enable the development of nuclear power projects in India.
The attack took place in front of the consulate at 11 p.m., on Thursday night, Balkh province Police Chief General Sayed Kamal Sadat told Tolo News. All German staff from the consulate were unharmed, according to the foreign ministry in Berlin.
More than a thousand students staged a citywide walkout and marched through San Francisco's downtown , chanting " not my president " and holding signs urging a Donald Trump eviction. Some passers-by cheered them but at least one driver shouted that they should "shut up and accept democracy", the Associated Press news agency reported.
Iran's ballistic missiles are threatening American allies in the Arab world and Israel, raising pressure on the United States to respond with force. Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also said that the upcoming USA administration should observe the country's commitments pertaining to the nuclear deal.
Consider it a North Korean welcoming for the next United States president. " North Korea already failed the latest Musudan medium-range missile test so it's highly likely they will do it any time in the coming days and weeks". James Kim, a research fellow with the Asan Institute for Policy Studies, "there have been quite a few cases where candidates have said they would do one thing but when they carried out their actual policies, they took a difference stance".
Parrikar was speaking at the launch of Brigadier (retd) Gurmeet Kanwal's book, The New Arthashastra, in New Delhi , when he said: "Why a lot of people say that India has No First-Use policy". India's NFU policy is part of its nuclear doctrine. Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah the "no-first-use" of nuclear weapons has been the corner stone of the country's nuclear policy which has allowed it to lay claim to being a responsible power.
India is in advanced negotiations with USA -based Westinghouse Electric, owned by Japan's Toshiba Corp, to build six nuclear reactors in southern India, part of New Delhi's plan to ramp up nuclear capacity more than ten times by 2032. Indian regulations more transparent :Wooing Japanese investors, Modi said that stable, predictable and transparent regulations are redefining the nature of doing business in India.
The surprise move is part of a government crackdown on corruption and illegal cash holdings. He also announced that new notes of Rs 2 ,000 and Rs 500 will be introduced. Lala said that with the beginning of currency exchange process the banks have also started mobilizing, especially small traders, to get machines for collecting payments through debit and credit cards.
Police said they used tear gas only after provoked. "We do not accept or acknowledge the fascist regime of Donald Trump or Libby Schaaf nor do we recognize the authority of her gestapo, otherwise known as OPD". Protesters also returned to Trump Tower in NY for a second night. City News Service reported that dozens of protesters were arrested around midnight when they refused to budge from an area.
And after Trump votes tomorrow in NY, he'll travel to several states. Analysis by Chris Cillizza and Aaron Blake notes: "In fact, even if Trump holds all of the states either solidly or leaning his way and wins all three states now rated as 'toss-ups, ' [Florida, New Hampshire and North Carolina] he is still seven electoral votes short of 270".
Polling places in IL open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. But a Democratic Party source said the Clinton campaign was not encountering systemic problems beyond the usual Election Day hiccups. The official will have you "spoil" the ballot so it can not be counted. The right to vote is something to cherish, as many people across the globe do not get a chance to elect the officials who govern their countries.
A Palm Bay, Florida, high school student carrying a Trump campaign sign was punched in the face by another student during gym class, local media reported. In contexts where people turn away from each other and seek to marginalise differences politically and economically, extremism and hatred tend to emerge.
But at least in the early going, most of the problems were routine - the kinds of snags that come every four years, like the lines, machines not working properly, and issues with ballots or voter rolls. His exhortations to followers to watch for fraud at the polls gave rise to fears of vigilantism and harassment. "Several of these voters, upon being told that One-Stop early voting has ended, have become argumentative, accusing the staff of trying to keep them from voting ", Davis said.
Obama , meanwhile, had mocked Trump on the campaign trail. Really good meeting, great chemistry. "Ensuring a smooth transition of power is one of the top priorities the President identified at the beginning of the year and a meeting with the President-elect is the next step", Earnest said .
Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said Obama and Trump had "a very nice talk" when the president called him. The meeting was the first such event held between Obama and Trump since the former real estate billionaire was elected president on Wednesday.
As an example, they cite a statement by Trump earlier in the campaign in which, to the alarm of Israelis, he described himself as neutral in the Middle East conflict. In turn, most foreign nations keep their embassies in nearby Tel Aviv. Mr. David Friedman, an advisor to President-elect Donald Trump on Jewish & Israeli affairs, spoke to the Jerusalem Post on Wednesday, 8 Cheshvan.
Prior to this, global actress Tannishtha Chatterjee had taken to social media to slam the show calling the comments downright racist. John and Sonakshi appeared on the show for the promotions of their upcoming film Force 2 but things turned out the worst.
She said she called Mr Trump to congratulate him, offered to work with him and said she hoped he would be a great President. "I still believe as deeply as I ever have that if we stand together and work together with respect for our differences.
In September, the Trump campaign also offered no caveats in a statement that was widely interpreted as a pledge to move the embassy. "I would like to reiterate Israel's deep appreciation of President- elect Trump's declared intention to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem", Hotovely told a press release.
And just 12 years before that, Rutherford B. Hayes actually lost the vote by 3 points but still squeaked into the Oval Office. The joint appearance came two days after Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton after months of trading attacks, and a day after demonstrators took to the streets of major cities, including Manhattan, Chicago, and Washington D.C.to denounce Trump's win.
The group peacefully marched around Trump Tower, a 98-story hotel and residence along the Chicago River, and up and down State Street near the Chicago Theater Thursday evening about 7 p.m. Some 1,000 students, majority high-schoolers, marched through San Francisco's financial district toward City Hall chanting "Not my president!" and blocking traffic.
Canada's ambassador to Washington said Wednesday that Canada is open to renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement if that's what President-elect Donald Trump wants. Most analysts predict a drop in trade if Trump follows through with protectionist measures, with Desjardins Bank in Montreal last week predicting a recession in Canada if the United States withdraws from NAFTA .
Data from Google seems to indicate that searches for "move to Canada" increased as Donald Trump, who has declared bankruptcy 6 times so he needn't pay contractors, became more and more likely as Wednesday's Presidential election results rolled in through the night.
But he also said Thursday he's proud of the thousands of people who took to streets peacefully on Wednesday. Later in the day in Los Angeles , a small band of anti-Trump protesters marched onto a freeway near downtown, blocking traffic until police cleared them away.
The race for the governor's office features Democrat John Gregg against Republican Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb, who was picked in July to replace Pence on the ballot. Asked where Pence ranked among Trump's other top advisers, one Pence aide noted that the incoming vice president already has strong relationships with many of them - including Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, who was Pence's longtime pollster.
According to the RealClearPolitics average , Clinton led Trump by 3.2 percent in the polls , and beat him in the popular vote by 0.2 percent. Provided Clinton won all the states she was expected to, she did not need to win either Florida or Ohio.
The withdrawal limit is of 2,000 rupees per day per card for all the customers at bank ATMs. The banks and ATMs had been declared shut for the next two days to replenish them with the new currency. With banks and automated teller machines (ATMs) remaining closed on Wednesday, people lined up before banks across India since Thursday morning to change the notes.
Analysts say a Trump presidency may be profoundly negative for Palestinian aspirations while buoying Israel's confidence. "I am confident that President-elect Trump and I will continue to strengthen the unique alliance between our two countries and bring it to ever greater heights", said Netanyahu, who has had a rocky relationship with outgoing Democratic President Barack Obama.
China met two of these three requirements last April, according to the U.S. Treasury Department's Semiannual Report on International Economic and Exchange Rate Policies. The fixing was stronger than expected, suggesting China wants to curb declines in the yuan, said Ken Cheung, a Hong Kong-based Asia currency strategist at Mizuho Bank Ltd.
Mr. Trump described it to me, said, I had never met President Obama, I liked him a lot. "I was a little shocked, concerned, worried", said Western Springs resident Nader Zughayer, who went to bed around midnight Tuesday, before the election was called, because he couldn't stomach the impending result.
Younger blacks did not support Clinton like they did Obama. Democrat-friendly Washington , D.C., voted 93 per cent for Trump's opponent, capping a campaign where he was discussed with particular derision, scorn and suspicion by those who occupy the capital's halls of power - including members of his own party, many of whom refused to work for his campaign or simply avoided speaking his name.
Lumber trade agreements with the USA have been a challenge over the years with both Republicans and Democrat governments, according to Yurkovich. He'll also face pressure to put duties back on Canadian softwood lumber, which could result in layoffs throughout Canada's forestry sector.
Old Dominion, save for one Hampton University poll last week, has been pretty solidly in the Clinton column since the beginning of the campaign, although some polls suggested that her lead may not be as certain as it seemed. Trump holds a 16-point lead among white likely voters, 53 percent to 37 percent, who continue to split sharply along educational and gender lines. As the campaign closes, both Clinton and Trump stand as more unpopular than any major-party nominees in Post-ABC polling ...
According to state voting laws, 37 states and the District of Columbia allow voters to cast their ballots in person or through mail prior to the election day , while six states allow absentee voting with an excuse and seven do not allow any form of early voting .
President Barack Obama called Trump to congratulate him and invited the Republican to a meeting at the White House Thursday to discuss transition. Still, Clinton was gracious in defeat, declaring that " Donald Trump is going to be our president".