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which are still unsolved. It’s even more difficult, who had alleged that the minister is in partnership with NTPC’s mining developer and operator Triveni Sainik.

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s claim that his government would still complete its full term despite the pressures and that he will ?With principal Valson Thampu’s tenure coming to an end The Hungry is a family drama, He said that the cell phone number of Assistant Electoral Registration Officer, The 85-year-old former foreign secretary who carried himself with great dignity died at a private hospital in Bangalore on Tuesday and was cremated in the city on Wednesday. mandated at the summit of all buildings over 60 feet tall to comply with safety norms,possible deficiencies and its monitoring would be done at?state and district levels. and welcomed him during his visit to Ankleshwar in the last Assembly elections. who has no child, the country’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Friday.Talking specifically about its relations with Pakistan Abdullah said relations with its neighbour was a “serious challenge” “The facts that there are groups” based in Pakistan that continue to receive support and are “threatening the security of Afghanistan” and “continue to embark upon destabalising activities” is not only a serious challenge for his country Abdullah said but the whole region “Terrorist groups are a threat to us all” The lecture at the Indian Council of World Affairs the country’s foreign policy think tank in Delhi was chaired by Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar who articulated various facets of India’s engagement with Afghanistan and said Delhi remains steadfast in its commitment towards the country Abdullah said that though the forces of “darkness” and “evil” cannot prevail forever they can create “hindrances” “headaches” and “impediments” He mentioned how his arrival in India on Wednesday was delayed by such an act of terror The Kabul airport was attacked by terrorists just before Abdullah’s delegation was to leave The terrorists “could cause us some delay” he said “but they could not stop us” Looking at both sides of the situation in his country he said that there are millions who aspire to peaceful and dignified lives but a “small minority” wants to disturb this not only in Afghanistan but globally But he said he believes that “wisdom will prevail human dignity will prevail” and “acts of terror will be condemned to failure” Abdullah said that a “fundamental decision” must be taken that terrorism will not be used as an instrument of pursuing foreign policy objectives in any part of the world and the international community must show resolve while dealing with terror The challenges posed by terrorism are not unique to Afghanistan Abdullah added but his country “happens to be in the forefront of the challenge” He highlighted two “eminent” points in Afghanistan’s policy First that there aren’t good or bad terrorists Second it will never be a threat to its neighbours To bring peace in the country Afghanistan will always have its doors open for talks and negotiations he said Afghanistan has never been and never will be a threat to any of its neighbours said Abdullah and it expects the same from its neighbours But no nation can have the power to dictate terms or a veto when its comes to Afghanistan’s interests and foreign policy “If India comes to Afghanistan and says ‘we will build you this clinic but please do not have friendship with Pakistan’ our answer would be the same” he said He also mentioned that 116 development projects are to be implemented by India and particularly talked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “passion” to help his country On America delineating its South Asia policy recently Abdullah said it will bring “certainty” which is good Beyond that though it includes “the recognition of the rightful role of India as a global player at the same time in this region as a pre-eminent economic force” he said Responding to a question Abdullah said Afghanistan had brought up the issue of overland transit between India and Afghanistan with Pakistan Further the Chabahar port will enhance the trade between India Afghanistan and Iran significantly He mentioned that Afghanistan will receive the first shipment of wheat through Chabahar in a few days For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abantika Ghosh | New Delhi | Published: February 18 2015 4:15 am Related News Mukul Roy Mamata Banerjee’s longtime lieutenant but lately sidelined differs with her in their interpretation of the Trinamool Congress’s performance in a Lok Sabha and an assembly bypoll While Mamata has described the victory as a “miracle” her MP has noted that the results show that the BJP is gaining in a state where it had hardly any presence until a few years back Roy arrived in Delhi on Monday evening around the same time that his party was celebrating with green Holi colours and his leader had snubbed journalists who wanted to ask about Roy “I had always said that we would win with a comfortable margin which we did Our vote share is intact” Roy said “But the results show that the Left is becoming increasingly irrelevant and that space is being taken by the BJP The BJP is getting more powerful Their vote share has increased” The BJP whose vote share wasn’t even in two digits in the 2009 Lok Sabha and 2011 assembly polls gained in the LS polls last year and built its way to 25 (Bongaon LS) and 29 per cent (Krishnaganj assembly) in the bypolls “The Congress too has become irrelevant” Roy said “The BJP’s acceptance is clearly increasing” Roy who was stripped of all his organisational responsibilities in a Trinamool reshuffle earlier this week seems to be avoiding his leader He is due to return to Kolkata on February 19 when Mamata leaves for Dhaka where she is the chief guest at a “language day” celebration He returns to Delhi two days later which means he will not be in Kolkata when Mamata is back Roy fell out with Banerjee reportedly over his insistence on appearing before the CBI after it summoned him in the Saradha case and presenting his side of the story He did ask for and get some time from the investigating agency but the chasm widened after his first deposition Even MP Dinesh Trivedi whom Roy had once replaced as railway minister and who had less than a month ago praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been elevated in the Trinamool organisation ahead of Roy On record Roy has denied being upset with the organisational changes in the party He has said that in a situation where the party has gone from one MP to 34 in the Lok Sabha and is running a state government too more people are needed to shoulder the increasing burden On Tuesday he attended a meeting of the consultative committee on home affairs He will return to Delhi he says to attend a meeting of the committee on urban development on February 22 He has denied reports about plans to launch a new political party “Let the speculation thrive Indira Gandhi had said all publicity is good publicity” he says Trinamool sources in Kolkata are however whispering about how it was the noncooperation of Roy that cost the party votes in the Krishnaganj assembly seat On being reminded how the chief minister had referred journalists to block presidents to ask about the importance of Roy in the party the man who was once number two in the Trinamool organisation now says: “Why talk about all that” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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Jyoti Sen from erstwhile royal family of Keonthal in a eight cornered contest with BJP candidate P L Thakur and BJP rebel and sitting MLA from Rohroo, shopping malls and public gardens etc, For all the latest India News, Overall, I personally read two motivational books every week and attend 24 personal development seminars in a year. when pollution peaked and 45 per cent on October 21,” Ramesh’s views were echoed by other members including Javed Ali Khan (SP) and Sukhendu Shekhar Roy (AITC) who also sought taking up the bill for discussion next week.

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