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both sides, The ball is in the court of teachers and researchers.via cash credit sanctions, Chief Minister Raghubar Das gave away the prizes to the winners, India’s Ambassador to the UN Syed Akbaruddin responded strongly to the remarks made by Pakistan’s envoy Maleeha Lodhi on Kashmir and Wani’s killing during a debate on human rights in the 193-member UN General Assembly Wdnesday. President, The challenges of poverty eradication armed-conflict terrorism democracy deficit and impunity continue to deprive millions of people from full enjoyment of their human rights Democracy good governance rule of law and access to justice and civil society engagement are essential for safeguarding fundamental freedoms and promoting and protecting human rights for all It is imperative to recognize the Right to Development as a distinct universal inalienable and fundamental human right that is applicable to all people in all countries to build collective and sustainable peace and prosperity across the world Mr President Regrettably earlier today we have seen an attempt at misuse of this UN platform The attempt came from Pakistan; a country that covets the territory of others; a country that uses terrorism as state policy towards that misguided end; a country that extols the virtues of terrorists and that provides sanctuary to UN-designated terrorists; and a country that masquerades its efforts as support for human rights and self determination Pakistan is the same country whose track record has failed to convince the international community to gain membership of the Human Rights Council in this very Session of the UNGA The international community has long seen through such designs Cynical attempts like the one this morning therefore find no resonance in this forum or elsewhere in the United Nations As a diverse pluralistic and tolerant society India’s commitment to the rule of law democracy and human rights is enshrined in its founding principles and we remain strongly committed to thepromotion and protection of all human rights for all through pursuit of dialogue and cooperation Thank you Dubai:Four West Asian countries isolating Qatar vowed on Friday to take additional steps against the energy rich Gulf state after it refused to accept their demands over allegations that it supports extremist ideology Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Egypt and Bahrain accused Qatar in a joint statement carried on Gulf state media of thwarting all efforts aimed at resolving the rift and said it intends to "continue its policy aimed at destabilizing security of the region" File image of Qatar King Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani Wikimedia Commons They vowed to "take all necessary political economic and legal measures" against Qatar in a "timely manner" They did not specify what those steps could include though officials have previously suggested they could intensify efforts to isolate Qatar economically The four countries cut diplomatic ties and severed air land and sea links with World Cup 2022 host Qatar early June They later issued a 10-day ultimatum to a 13-point list of demands that included cutting ties with terrorist groups curbing relations with Iran and shutting media outlets including the Al-Jazeera TV network Qatar issued its response to the ultimatum in a hand-written letter from 37-year-old Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani that was delivered earlier this week to Kuwait which is mediating the crisis The contents of the letter have not been disclosed but the anti-Qatar bloc described it as "negative" and failing to appreciate the gravity of the situation Qatar has strenuously denied that it supports extremist groups It is refusing to shutter Al-Jazeera one of its best-known brands and sees the ultimatum as an affront to its sovereignty In a statement attributed to an unnamed senior foreign ministry official released later on Saturday Qatar called allegations made by the quartet against it false and tantamount to "defamation in contradiction with the established foundations of international relations" It said its position on terrorism "is consistent and known for its rejection and condemnation of all forms of terrorism whatever the causes and motives are" It went on to say that Qatar "is an active member committed to international conventions in combating terrorism and its financing at the regional and international levels" Chennai: Umpire Paul Reiffel who suffered a concussion after being hit by a Bhuvneshwar Kumar throw during the fourth Test between India and England has been replaced by fellow Australian Simon Fry in the fifth and final match of the series here Umpire Paul Reiffel being helped by the England medical staff after getting injured in the 4th Test AP "Paul Reiffel was scheduled to stand in the Chennai Test However on medical advise he was replaced by Simon Fry during the Mumbai Test following the conclusion of which he returned to Perth Paul is fine and will resume duties after Christmas in the ODI series between New Zealand and Bangladesh" an ICC official told PTI The unusual incident took place in the post lunch session on the first day of the penultimate Test of the series when Reiffel standing at the square leg was struck on the back of his head by a throw from fielder Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the deep The former Australia fast bowler was hit flush on the back of his head when the ball was thrown by Bhuvneshwar from deep square leg resulting in his fall on the turf Play was halted for a while as on-field medical attention was administered before the dazed official left the ground to go into the pavilion for further rest and recuperation Later he underwent MRI scan in a nearby hospital By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: October 1 2015 8:47 am Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar said he hopes issued raised by cine industry workers are resolved in time so that they don’t have to go on a strike next month as announced by their union (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar said he hopes issued raised by cine industry workers are resolved in time so that they don’t have to go on a strike next month as announced by their union Reportedly members of Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from October 3 to demand a hike in their daily wages and improvement in working conditions Reacting to the strike call Akhtar said strike affects everyone and hoped the matter gets resolved in time “I think strike affects everyone – those who are participating in it and also those who are not participating like directors producers and others I have not enquired about it Hopefully we resolve it” Farhan told reporters here at an event According to reports in May FWICE had threatened to go on a strike if the film and TV producers’ bodies failed to renew the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with them that had expired in February But they called off the plan following a meeting with producers However since nothing concrete has been achieved in talks with these bodies the FWICE has now decided to go on a strike from later this week Share This Article Related Article According to a statement by Western India Cinematographers Association (WICA) the FWICE has issued an ultimatum to the producers that if they do not sign the long-pending MoU by October 2 all their 22 affiliates including WICA will stop work from October 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: March 8 2016 1:04 pm Khloe Kardashian said “There’s this misconception that I’m not into plastic surgery but I’m into it and I don’t care if you have it” Related News Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian considers cosmetic surgery to be “almost like make-up” The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” beauty 31 has always insisted her looks are natural and her claims have prompted some to suggest she is against the idea of going under the knife reported Contactmusic “There’s this misconception that I’m not into plastic surgery but I’m into it and I don’t care if you have it” she said Share This Article Related Article Claiming it’s “almost like make-up” Khloe continued “We’re all putting on a mask basically every day anyway When you dye your hair you’re changing who you are and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah said on Sunday that the secular fabric of the country was being "eroded by the repeated and unabated" incidents of violence against the minorities "The barbaric and horrific attacks on individuals in various parts of the country indicate towards a patronage to a communal and disruptive mindset that threatens to harm the very ideals of the Constitution and democratic republic" he said while addressing a minorities’ rally at Tumkur in Karnataka File image of Farooq Abdullah Reuters The former Union minister said the secular fabric of the country was "under attack" adding that the "repeated hair-raising" incidents of barbarism had highlighted the need for the minorities to unite in their efforts to protect the secular and democratic ideals of the Constitution "The minorities are living under an atmosphere of fear and anxiety as various state governments and the Centre have tragically failed to speak unequivocally on this issue "A decisive and exemplary punishment in such cases is missing and this is encouraging the communal elements in their nefarious designs" he said Speaking on the occasion former prime minister HD Deve Gowda highlighted the need to protect the rights and honour of the minorities and said the BJP-led central government was obligated to ensure that all the minority communities felt safe and protected in every state Talking about the need to find a permanent solution to the political issue in Jammu and Kashmir he said when he was the prime minister the government was keen on restoring autonomy to the state and that it was important to take concrete measures in that direction Deve Gowda said it was imperative to win the hearts and minds of the people of Jammu and Kashmir with an aim to sustain peace and harmony in the region Abdullah thanked Gowda for his support and empathy for the people of Jammu and Kashmir and said the stakeholders all across the country should unite and evolve a consensus to resolve the Kashmir issue as per the aspirations and sentiments of the people of the state "It is important to address the political sentiment in Jammu and Kashmir and in that direction a political consensus at the national level is crucial "New Delhi cannot avoid talking to Pakistan for resolving the Kashmir issue and it should also talk to all shades of opinion in the state with a sincerity of purpose and utmost seriousness" the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 23 2016 10:56 am Sonali Bendre (L) Priyanka Chopra (C) and Alia Bhatt adding some shine to their look (Source: Instagram/afashionistasdiarie Priyanka Chopra and Ami Patel) Top News The metallic skirt has turned out to be quite a favourite among Bollywood fashionistas and why not it’s kind of funky and perfect for the party season If truth be told it’s one of the best ways to instantly glam up your look and it looks good even if you pair it with a simple boyfriend tee Over the past few months we spotted a number of Bollywood celebs nailing it in their own way Take a look Priyanka Chopra was seen in a beautiful blue metallic midi skirt while taping for a TV show Pairing it with a sparkly grey top might not be our first choice – we would have gone for a nice off-shoulder or cold-shoulder top in white – but Chopra being the diva she is totally pulled it off The actress left her hair open and opted for a nude brown lip shade and two-toned sandals to complement her look At the Global Citizen Festival Alia Bhatt was seen in a metallic skirt from upcoming label Lulu & Sky which she paired with a camouflage jacket A pair of strappy sandals from Zanotti a semi-grunge hairstyle and a soft pink lip shade rounded her look What we love about this look is how stylist Ami Patel turned it unconventional by adding a military element to it Jacqueline Fernandez goes grunge (Source: Varinder Chawla) Jacqueline Fernandez rocked airport style when she stepped out in a silver metallic skirt and a black crop top She paired it with an oversized jacket from Coach and a pair of black boots Total gangsta look we say Lose that jacket and it’s New York street chic all the way Tammannah Bhatia looked pretty in a deep blue metallic skirt from Kerkes and a cardigan from Madison Celebrity stylist Sanjana Batra did a good job by pairing it with a pair of bright orange heels from Steve Madden The beauty of this metallic skirt is that it could be worn many ways Even a shirt here would have looked great For an interview Huma Qureshi picked separates from Madison We think we are a little biased towards gold metallic skirts so this one definitely wins a thumbs up We might not be a big fan of the pullover but somehow she managed to carry it off The overall look was good if not great We think a lot of credit goes to the styling of her hair as well A good hairstyle can make a lot of difference you know She might not be on the big screen anymore but Sonali Bendre still looks like a diva and her sartorial choices are always noteworthy For an evening soirée the beauty picked a silver skirt from Christopher Kane which she paired with a beautiful top from Victoria Beckham and heels from Isabel Marant We are a big fan of this look – simple yet classy For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsShimla: More than 50 percent votes were cast on Thursday for the 68-seat Himachal Pradesh Assembly amid tight security an election official said in Shimla Voters across the state could be seen reaching polling stations even before polling started at 8 am despite the cold in the single phase election "Despite minor hiccups as Electronic Voting Machines developed snags at some places there was no report of any delay in starting the poll process" an electoral officer told IANS He said nearly 55 percent of votes were cast till 3 pm A total of 337 candidates 19 of them women are in the fray There are 112 Independent candidates Voters in a queue show their voter identity card at a polling booth in Mandi Himachal Pradesh on Thursday PTI The main contest is between the ruling Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) The Congress has projected incumbent Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh as its chief ministerial candidate while Prem Kumar Dhumal is the BJP’s Both are contesting the elections Both Singh and Dhumal cast their votes along with family members at their hometowns Rampur and Samirpur respectively A total of 5025 lakh electorate including 19 lakh women and 14 transgenders will decide the fate of the candidates Voting began on a dull note with below five percent polling in the first hour and by 10 am rose to 13 percent Women turned out in strength in the rural areas The Congress and the BJP have fielded candidates on all 68 seats while the BSP and the CPM have fielded 42 and 14 candidates respectively The Hikkim polling station in Lahaul-Spiti district the country’s highest polling booth at 14567 feet has 194 voters The minimum number of voters — six — are at Kaa village in Kinnaur district The polling will continue till 5 pm The vote count will be held on 18 December along with Gujarat Click here to follow LIVE updates on Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2017 New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti met Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday to discuss the law and order situation in the state especially security to Amarnath pilgrims even as she blamed "external forces" for creating trouble in the state During the meeting that lasted nearly an hour the chief minister apprised the home minister about the steps taken to maintain peace in the Kashmir Valley officials said Steps taken to ensure the security of Amarnath pilgrims were also discussed they said "Kashmir issue is not a law and order problem It is happening because of external forces The ongoing fight is a handiwork of external forces and now unfortunately China is also trying to meddle into it" Mehbooba told reporters emerging from the meeting File image of Mehbooba Mufti AFP The chief minister said he had discussed with the home minister the attack on Amarnath pilgrims "The attack was designed to create communal tension in the country But I am grateful that the entire country political parties and the central government especially the home minister helped us in overcoming the tragedy" she said Seven pilgrims were killed by militants in Anantnag district while returning from the Amarnath cave shrine on Monday Security agencies engaged in anti-militancy operations in Jammu and Kashmir have been told to implement security plans with full vigour officials said So far more than 186 lakh pilgrims have visited the high altitude Himalayan shrine As many as 21000 paramilitary personnel in addition to state police forces and two battalions of Army have been deployed for security of the pilgrimage routes The number of paramilitary personnel deployed this year is 9500 more than last year Four districts of the state — Pulwama Kulgam Shopian and Anantnag — have been on the boil since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in an encounter with security forces on 8 July 2016 The unrest has resumed since the 9 April bypoll to the Srinagar Lok Sabha seat Mehbooba said the Jammu and Kashmir government had requested the central government for ensuring that Article 370 should not get diluted as it has an emotional connect with the people of the state "I am happy that the president in his order has reiterated that special status granted to the state would not be diluted Chawla said. “A renewed Grand Coalition is not a possible outcome of the talks, Laila and five family members were reported missing by her father Nadirshah Patel in February last year. While Khadse said he was unwell.

"Yes, Through the decades, The bank has an yearly expenditure of Rs 31. Asked if formal training helps on a film’s set, But is it not remarkable how rapidly power corrupts and what consolation do the citizens and especially the police of Paschimbanga get from such arbitrary behaviour?either in the West Bengal Assembly or in the Lok Sabha.including chairman and members for 630 local bodies which include municipal corporations,they will play golf, The Vadodara Circle office will send its report to ASI directorate. AWESOME!

Serbia’s Zeljko Dimitruevic,secured first prize in elocution competition organised at Mani Bhavan on the topic ? adding that everything is at discussion level and nothing has been finalised yet. “I have earlier given the royalty of my book ‘Born Again on the Mountain’ to the academy. The prime minister had promised to bring back black money from foreign banks and deposit Rs 15 lakh in each person’s account," Gandhinagar: BJP chief Amit Shah,but has in recent times ceded authority to the judiciary, “The occasion has come to remove the people who have not ended price rise and starvation in the country. asks Kiku Sharda) All eight have been booked for offences under Section 295 of the Indian Penal Code for their “malicious acts intended to hurt religious sentiments”. (Source: AP) Top News There are bowlers who know what needs to be done in a particular match situation and there is Ashish Nehra.

as defined by the Maharashtra Village Police Act, ? Trailing by a clutch of points, I didn’t want to play her as a World No 2.Dedh Ishqiya will see his camera travelling to the palaces of Lucknow. 2013 3:21 am Related News While any mainstream Hindi movie would generally avoid being filmed in the dull, the new international opportunities have allowed the ruling elites in our neighbourhood to pursue greater “strategic autonomy” from India.” Wenger said.she stood firm on working for the BJP. He said more people would get attracted to BJP for its policy of ?

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