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However,those from the city is just 80, Reynolds and relatives say he wasn’t tended to until paramedics arrived more than 10 minutes later. there is no denying that Delhi’s performance there has been less than impressive. Soares, Samuel was tonight released after being briefly detained by immigration authorities at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi on his arrival from the US following a lookout notice issued against him by the Kolkata police. “If needed I will fly to Washington immediately, patients visiting the All India Institute of Medical Sciences can fix appointments with doctors over phone. Thailand, Jagdale.

“Bha ji! Strawberry Fields was allotted land on June 2, READ: Three other times Russia’s choppers went down in Syria Monday’s helicopter downing was the deadliest for the Russians since Moscow began carrying out airstrikes in Syria in support of Assad’s forces last September. 2013 5:59 pm Related News The season finale of ‘Game of Thrones’ has been named the most-pirated television show for the second year in a row. Police said Dipika’s husband and in-laws on June 6 forcefully took her to Dr Panchal’s clinic,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call.“In this case they (the Americans) are trying to camouflage some of their own (pre-election) shenanigans by demonising Russia We consider that to be wrong” Peskov said Clinton’s comments were absurd and emotional and lacking in facts saying it was wrong to accuse Moscow of wrongdoing without first investigating the accusations “Official Russian bodies … do not carry out cyber terrorism” he said saying the Kremlin wanted to see US-Russia relations normalised The Kremlin has repeatedly denied involvement in the hacking incident and said it does not favour any candidate in the Nov 8 US election Despite its official stance Kremlin-backed TV has tilted its coverage in favour of Trump whom Putin has called “very talented” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Islamabad | Published: August 19 2013 10:29 pm Related News Describing Kashmir as the “jugular vein” of his countryPrime Minister Nawaz Sharif said India and Pakistan should join hands to tackle poverty and disease instead of wasting their resources on wars Sharif also said that the Kashmir is a national issue and its resolution is as dear to him as to other PakistanisSharif said in his first address to the nation since assuming office in June He cautioned that Pakistan cannot achieve any target without strengthening its economy “Alongside the Kashmir issuewe will have to pay attention to strengthening our economy to resolve our internal and external problems and tackle the power crisis and terrorism” he said Referring to his desire to forge good relations with IndiaSharif said both countries should realise that “instead of wasting their energies and resources on warsthey should wage war against povertyignorance and disease” Pakistan and India will have to join their heads together to address common issues like poverty and ignorancehe said “History bears testimony to the fact that progress and development of a nation is deeply linked to cordial relations with neighbours It is because of this that we want good relations with all neighboursincluding India” he said Sharif said he had “always wanted good relations with India” and the people had supported his contention during the general election in May Without referring to clashes along the Line of Control in Jammu and KashmirSharif said the country is “fully prepared to defend the motherland along with its valiant armed forces” Sharif’s PML-N party won the polls with a clear majority but has been struggling with an array of challengesranging from a crippling energy crisis to a Taliban insurgency Ties between Islamabad and New Delhi too have soured since five Indian soldiers were killed in an attack by Pakistani troops along the LoC Turning to domestic issuesSharif expressed his government’s resolve to eliminate terrorismimprove the economy and address the power crisis “Pakistan is today facing serious challenges like terrorismendangering the very survival of the countryand the worst kind of load-shedding that has paralysed the economy” he said Sharif said his government is determined to tackle terrorism “either through dialogue or with the full might of the state” and all state institutions are on the same page on this issue “The government has more than one option to tackle the problem but wisdom demands that there is no loss of innocent lives” he said Sharif invited those “treading the path of terrorism to hold dialogue to end the vicious cycle of bloodshed” He said the country’s foundations had shaken by poor administration rampant corruption and the inefficiency of the past 14 years that has brought national institutions like PIAPakistan Steel and Pakistan Railways to the verge of “virtual collapse” National debtwhich was Rs 3000 billion in June 1990has now soared to Rs 14500 billionhe said Sharif listed steps taken by his government to overcome the energy crisisincluding increasing the generation of electricity by 1700 MW Long-term measures are being initiated to counter the power shortage and coal-based power plants with a capacity of 6600 MW will soon be inaugurated Sharif further said the time had come for a bold review of Pakistan’s foreign policy as scant national resources cannot be exploited for the good of the poor and the progress of the country without this He said his dream to make Pakistan an Asian tiger is deeply linked to this Sharif was of the view that his government has a “clear cut position” on US drone attackswhich are a violation of Pakistan’s sovereigntyand this was directly communicated to Secretary of State John Kerrywho has been urged to stop the drone attacks The UN Secretary General too expressed concern at the killing of peaceful civilians in these attackshe said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hiral Dave | Rajkot | Published: August 30 2010 5:32 am Related News 442 Indian fishermen to be released in four batches between August 30 and September 10 The Pakistan government will release 442 Indian fishermen from captivity between August 30 and September 10 This comes in the wake of a direction by the Supreme Court of Pakistan to the federal government to ascertain the reasons behind keeping the Indian fishermen in jails even after the completion of their sentences The Pakistan Fisherfolk Forumthe Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER)and five under detention and four undertrial Indian fishermen had filed the petition on behalf of the 582 Indian fishermen lodged in different jails in Sindh Co-Chairman of Pakistan Human Right Commission and former Law Minister and Attorney General Iqbal Haider is their counsel On August 13the Supreme Court of Pakistan had issued notices to the Ministry of Interiorthe Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Pakistan and the Home Department of the Government of Sindhasking them to explain the lawful authority under which the Indian fishermen were arrestedprosecuted and convicted They were also asked to disclose the specific laws under which the fishermen were detained The court also directed the Government of Sindh to file its concise statementstating all facts and laws The court also issued a notice to the Attorney General of Pakistan for assistance of the court The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has filed its replygiving details of the number of Indian fishermen still lodged in jails despite the completion of their sentences The next hearing is scheduled for September 13but the Pakistan government has announced their release prior to that date Jatin Desai of the NGO Mumbai Peacesaid: The first batch of 100 Indian fishermen will be released on August 30 at the Wagah Borderfollowed by the second batch of 101 on September 2 In all442 fishermen will be released in four batches by September 10? The report said that 30 per cent of the land belonging to adivasis was being taken over by the government to implement the TP scheme to allot it to religious trusts. File photo of Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa.” he said. Gopal Subramaniam.

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