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They also published a photo of the red four-door Mitsubishi hatchback he was believed to have fled in. 2016 1:27 pm The Pakistani Awami Tehreek seeks Sharif’ disqualification on the basis of alleged concealment of assets. With inputs from agencies Rameswaram: Sri Lankan Naval personnel allegedly attacked Tamil Nadu fishermen with stones besides ramming and sinking a mechanised boat and destroying fishing nets of several other vessels off Dhanushkodi.

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of staying at the top. he added.wherein he outlined the research and development opportunities that the VLSI community in India can seize. The Observatory says the militant group has killed more than 120 of its own members in the past six months, and it continues to try. The Saudi Arabian King recalled the strong and close relations between India and Saudi Arabia and assured Prime Minister of his full attention to the safety of Indians in Yemen and all possible assistance for their early and safe evacuation. The premier is set to send finance minister George Osborne and foreign minister Philip Hammond to Berlin and Brussels to negotiate a new deal,s Kakul military academy in Abbottabad. he should speak to our booth workers, download Indian Express App More Related News

to advocates for abortion rights and for race-based university admissions to offset years of discrimination. But this time around he is up against the ‘Modi wave’ as well as the growing influence of the AAP among the youth. #PrideoftheNorthEast pic. Faizabad and Lucknow divisions, Almost every hotel in Lucknow has been booked for the party leaders’ stay. I have always been more satisfied doing both,” he said. he said.Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: May 11 paid off on Monday.

perfecting them to be displayed at the stores. Bureaucratic bungling is not uncommon. In the result,three-time Abohar MLA Sunil Jakhar on Monday took over the reigns of the Congress Legislative Party (CLP). 2012 3:21 am Related News Heralding change of old guard in the state Congress,M L Parmar,Foreigners are free to perform in non-commercial shows.We will display a merit list of these students by June 15 and admit them on the basis of merit, said Joshi The sale of application forms has also started in SP College which has 60 seats each for the science and the arts streams While the commerce stream has 480 seatsthere are 80 seats each for the BBA and BCS courses The BBA admissions in all colleges will be done on the basis of the CET to be held this Sunday Fergusson College * No of seats: 480 (Arts)825 (Science) * Last date for submission of completed forms: June 8 * First merit list: June 10 * Objections accepted: June 11till 3 pm * Final merit list: June 12 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Brussels | Published: October 16 2015 12:47 pm German Chancellor Angela Merkel with other European leaders during the EU summit in Brussels Belgium on Thursday Oct 15 2015 (AP Photo) Top News The European Union offered Turkey a possible 3 billion euros ($34 billion) in aid and the prospect of easier travel visas and “re-energised” talks on joining the bloc in return for its help stemming the flow of migrants to Europe EU leaders at a summit in Brussels said they agreed on an “action plan” with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan to cooperate on improving the lives of two million Syrian refugees in Turkey and encouraging them to stay put They also agreed to coordinate border controls to slow the influx of migrants crossing Turkey from Asia Though the plan put no figure on “substantial and concrete new funds” the EU would offer German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the figure of 3 billion euros which EU officials said Ankara had requested had been discussed and seem reasonable Share This Article Related Article “Our intensified meetings with Turkish leaders … in the last couple of weeks were devoted to one goal: stemming the migratory flows that go via Turkey to the EU The action plan is a major step in this direction” said summit chairman Donald Tusk expressing “cautious optimism” In formal conclusions agreed by the 28 national leaders at a meeting that ended after midnight Turkey was offered an accelerated path to giving its citizens visa-free travel to the EU provided it met previously agreed conditions Progress would also depend on Ankara showing real help in slowing migration and would be reviewed next spring Merkel who will visit Istanbul for talks with Erdogan on Sunday in a political gesture two weeks before a Turkish general election said it was clear that Europe’s efforts to filter and process refugees would not work without Turkey’s cooperation “The hotspots alone won’t solve the problem” she said CONDITIONS APPLY French President Francois Hollande stressed that Turks would not be getting visas on easier terms One condition still to be met is for Ankara to first stop granting such easy entry to Pakistanis Afghans and others who end up heading to Europe It must also first sign and implement a previously agreed deal to take back from Europe migrants who fail to win refugee status “There must be no misunderstandings” Hollande said European governments are wary of granting full visa-free access to 78 million Turks Any liberalisation is likely to be limited at first to business travellers and students Leaders also agreed to “re-energise” moribund decade-old negotiations on Turkey’s application for membership of the European bloc though they left open exactly how to do that “The accession process needs to be re-energised with a view to achieving progress in the negotiations in accordance with the negotiating framework and the relevant Council conclusions” they said in language couched cautiously to reflect concerns in Cyprus and other states about easing off pressure on Ankara Earlier at talks in Ankara with a delegation from the executive European Commission Turkish ministers had asked the EU to start easing restrictions for some Turks travelling to the EU by the middle of next year EU officials said EU sources said they sought 3 billion euros ($34 billion) in new financial aid and the opening of six so-called chapters of the accession process concerning harmonising rules in energy justice and economic and monetary affairs among others Turkey was also seeking more high-level political dialogue with invitations for Erdogan to summits after an ice-breaking visit he made to Brussels earlier this month BORDER MEASURES The bulk of the written agreements approved by the leaders concerned measures the EU is in the course of putting in place to deal with the crisis caused by the arrival of hundreds of thousands of people in the biggest migration movement the continent has seen since World War Two After a summer of bitter arguments among leaders on how to share responsibility for accommodating refugees the focus has turned to aid for neighbouring states to reduce pressure to leave and on bolstering border controls speeding up the deportation of failed asylum-seekers and on a possible EU frontier force However leaders had what Merkel called a long and serious talk about the possibility of reforming the EU asylum system by going beyond pilot schemes to create a permanent mechanism to relocate asylum claimants around the EU by national quotas Merkel who has taken a lead in welcoming Syrian refugees but is now under domestic political pressure to ensure Germany does not house the bulk of new arrivals said there was still much work to do to forge a consensus on distribution Pushing back against ex-communist states that do not want large numbers of immigrants she said: “In the end we are all Europeans and this refugee question will challenge all of us” Turkey wants to be put on a list of “safe countries” whose nationals would not normally be granted asylum in Europe The issue was not discussed at the summit Germany is concerned about Turkish Kurds who might seek refuge in Europe EU officials stress that all asylum claims will still be assessed Embracing Turkey and especially Erdogan who critics see as increasingly authoritarian poses dilemmas for EU leaders But the EU’s political priority has changed: “In our neighbourhood we are not asking any more for fundamental rights after the Arab Spring” said a senior EU political leader “We are asking for stability” Many doubt whether such a populous mostly Muslim country can ever join the Union Yet the EU is desperate for help Efforts to end the division of Cyprus between the Greek-speaking state that is an EU member and the Turkish-backed one in the north of the island are also a factor EU diplomats worry that Erdogan may use the migration crisis as added leverage “We understand the added value of Turkey” one said “But we cannot give it carte blanche” Adding to uncertainties in negotiating any deal with Turkey is the turmoil that followed a bombing Ankara blames on either Kurds or Syria-based Islamists as well as a snap parliamentary election on Nov 1 that will determine Erdogan’s future powers For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: October 16 2010 2:36 am Related News An emergency meeting of the state BJP legislators was called at a leading city hotel to discuss the post-Manpreet Badals suspension scenarioand its implications on the future of SAD-BJP relations Reportedlya majority of legislators of a total of 19 MLAs were present in the late-evening meeting The meeting began after 5 pm The meeting assumes significance since without the support of the 19 BJP MLAsthe SAD-BJP government does not have the requisite number 59 The top SAD leadership is visibly perturbed since three of its MLAs have openly sided with Manpreetthereby raising a question mark at the very survival of the government The SAD is now going all out to appease disgruntled and unhappy MLAsand the BJP knows the value of this opportunity especially since there has been outcry on various occasions by several BJP MLAs of their being sidelined or even bullied by the SAD while assigning important projects and even in day-do-workwhich includes transfers and postings of officials With the elections scheduled for February 2012majority of the MLAs are reportedly in favour of supporting Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on his stand Another aspectwhich is reliably learnt has been discussedare the silent whispers that are going on within the SAD top brass these days as regards their dumping the BJP and aligning with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in the 2012 Vidhan Sabha elections For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News ? This is the end of the ‘production war’ and Opec claims victory.

After two and a half years,harmonious society?no silver bullet for the problems posed by insecurity in cyberspace. then there is that much less work for each individual,” DUSU secretary Ankit Sangwan, However this served the purpose but partially. although only an autopsy report would clarify the cause of death.

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