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The association announced to make the event a routine affairwhich will be held in February every year For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | United Nations | Published: December 14 2016 11:26 am The Secretary General designate Antonio Guterres appreciated India’s engagement with the UN and contributions to various areas of the UN’s work Top News United Nations (UN) Secretary General-designate Antonio Guterres has voiced appreciation for India’s engagement with the world body and its contributions to various areas of the UN’s work during a meeting with Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar in the UN Jaishankar called on Guterres soon after his swearing-in as the 9th Secretary General of the United Nations Watch What Else is Making news “The Secretary General designate appreciated India’s engagement with the UN and contributions to various areas of the UN’s work” a spokesperson of India’s Permanent Mission to the UN told PTI on Tuesday Jaishankar congratulated Guterres on his swearing-in and assured him of India’s support and assistance in areas that the SG-designate focuses as his priorities including on matters of sustainable development and peace and security thespokesperson said Jaishankar also met Under Secretary-General Jeffrey Feltman and other officials of the UN’s Department of Political Affairs and exchanged views on a wide array of issues of common interest Guterres was sworn-in as the next UN Secretary General on Monday and will assume his new role on January 1 next year a day after Ban Ki-moon’s 10-year tenure as the world’s top diplomat ends this month India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin tweeted a photo of Jaishankar meeting Guterres and other UN officials saying “diplomacy entails reaching out upfront & backroom talks too” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News So have you given up food or what? Do you keep tabs on the work of ?carrying cricket bats along side their baseball kits as well. “I am not trying to glorify a bad lead character in the film. Some party functionaries speaking on the condition of anonymity said that Congress members will raise the issue in both Houses when the Budget session begins and will ask the government to inform Parliament of the assurances that have been given. The woman approached policemen inside the station and complained about the man.paramedics arrived at her home within seven minutes of the incident,Nainika suffered a cardiac arrest The girl later died days after being admitted in hospital as her family took the decision to withdraw life support According to the report the girl’s motherLakshmi Kaul said her daughter’s death was a “nightmare we will live and relive every single moment of our lives remaining” On a Just Giving page set up to raise funds for allergy research after the incident her mother wrote “We knew she was allergic to dairy and she had asthma so we looked after that for the last 9 years We had only one major incident in these 9 years with a few minor incidents intermittently” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AFP | Kinshasa | Published: August 27 2017 8:12 am The number of people displaced by conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo mainly in the volatile Kasai region has nearly doubled in the past six months to 38 million a United Nations official has said Top News The number of people displaced by conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo mainly in the volatile Kasai region has nearly doubled in the past six months to 38 million a United Nations official has said George Okoth-Obbo the number two official at the UN’s refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday that food and clothing was needed for the 14 million in Kasai who have fled their homes in violence that has killed more than 3000 people “Immediate protection” was required he told AFP on the last day of a three-day visit to the country in particular for children “who are sleeping in conditions that are difficult to imagine” In the southeastern province of Tanganyika clashes between Bantus and Pygmies have also forced thousands to flee as has the long-running violence in the Kivu region according to the Norwegian Refugee Council an NGO In Kasai violence erupted last September after the death of a tribal chieftain known as the Kamwina Nsapu who rebelled against the authority of President Joseph Kabila’s regime in Kinshasa and its local representatives The killing sparked violence that has escalated including alleged violations of human rights such as extrajudicial killings rapes torture and the use of child soldiers In addition about 33000 Congolese have fled Kasai for Angola and “the conditions today in Kasai are such that we cannot encourage or promote the return of refugees” Okoth-Obbo said At the same time the country is also having to cope with the arrival of about 500000 refugees fleeing fighting in Burundi Rwanda South Sudan and the Central African Republic where about 60000 people have fled to DR Congo this year he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Washington | Published: August 4 2016 8:36 am Defense Secretary Ashton Carter speaks during a news conference at the Pentagon (Source: AP photo) Top News The Pentagon will not pay Pakistan $300 million in military reimbursements after USSecretary of Defense Ash Carter decided not to tell Congress that Pakistan was taking adequate action against the Haqqani network a USofficial said? 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Gamlin became the chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh after the death of Dorjee Khandu in a chopper accident. Foreign investors in Indian bonds are the bond market equivalent of adventurers: The outstanding amount of Indian bonds that foreigners can buy is not large enough for India to be part of any major bond indices. the executive committee of Malayalam actors’ guild Association of Malayalam Movie Artistes (AMMA) chaired an emergency meeting in Kochi on Tuesday. Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya.

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