US President Donald Trump urged United Nations member states on Tuesday to turn up the pressure on North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, using his maiden speech to the world body to address what he has said is the top global challenge.
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Humanity is not above the law, Singh said, in remarks that come in the backdrop of criticism of the government decision to deport the Rohingyas, who have fled the violence-hit Rakhine state of Myanmar.
The chain will make people aware about the hike in prices of the fuels due to the "unprecedented" increase in taxes by both the Narendra Modi and the AAP governments, the party's Delhi unit chief Ajay Maken said.
The court added that in many cases protection is given without proper application of mind. "There has to be some methodology. There cannot be madness in the method," the court said.
“We are working with IBM so that CCTV inputs could be analysed and with the help of artificial intelligence road accidents could be reduced,” said HIDCO CMD Debasis Sen at a function.
No indication about probable candidates from the two constituencies leaves Mahesh Landge’s camp disappointed
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki and various other ministers would be travelling through the road to visit the Mansa Devi temple to pay obeisance.
At all 182 pink booths — which will be among 48,000 polling stations across the state — all those in charge of conducting elections like presiding officer, three polling officers, micro observers and security personnel will be women.
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Jill Krause, an author shared a picture of a nurse helping a new mother on the Facebook page Baby Rabies. It was was taken by Katie Lacer, a photographer who documents birth photography, and it instantly instantly struck a chord among women.
The JAC alleged right-wing student groups launched a campaign to malign organisers, guests and event by calling it “anti-national” and likening it to the event at JNU, which received national attention after azaadi slogans were allegedly raised there.