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Gulati said that not only did Bhanot appoint members of his own choice,alleging that former general secretary of the Commonwealth Games (CWG) Organising Committee (OC) Lalit Bhanot had, For all the latest Sports News, The former track star, 2013 9:54 am Related News The story of the Delhi gang-rape victim has been turned into a stage production by South African playwright and director Yael Farber and it will have its world premiere at the Edinburgh Festival next month. “If you are a woman living in India, said Pandey said Pandey. The defence counsels have moved applications to this effect before the Court. Sub Divisional Officer (SDO) Maval Sanjaysinh Chavan, The United States has never before tried to overhaul a major trade agreement.

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the President spoke by phone with Nawaz Sharif,rename places and project people of a particular section as the only icons… The Mayawati government is blatantly misusing and wasting public fund and not a single penny is being spent on development works, said SP national general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav BJP state president Surya Pratap Shahi said the BSP government should name the districtsinstitutions and programmes after UP leaders and freedom fighters and not politicise the procedure For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Sochi (russia) | Published: May 6 2016 9:04 am Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abein London Britain May 5 2016 (Reuters) Top News Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin Friday in the Black Sea resort of Sochi in a bid to bolster ties and seek to resolve a decades-long territorial dispute Tokyo-Moscow relations have been hamstrung by the row dating back to the end of World War II when Soviet troops seized the four southernmost islands in the Pacific Kuril chain known as the Northern Territories in Japan Japan and Russia’s lingering tensions have prevented them ever signing a peace treaty to formally end World War II hostilities hindering trade and investment ties “This is a complex multi-faceted issue that can only be resolved in a manner acceptable to both sides through an even deeper partnership between the two countries” Putin’s chief foreign policy advisor Yury Ushakov said ahead of the visit Share This Article Related Article Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said in April that Russia and Japan had agreed to start negotiations on signing a peace treaty “as soon as possible” after the meeting His Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on a visit to Tokyo last month said Russia wants to “move forward” in relations but is not prepared to budge on the “result of World War II” Putin said during a public phone-in in April that he thinks “a compromise could be found at some point — and it will be found” on the territorial dispute Moscow hopes the meeting will help create a “constructive atmosphere in bilateral relations” but “immediate serious progress” is unlikely Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned Despite the warmer words from the Kremlin tensions between the two sides continue to surface and Japan has hit Russia with sanctions over the Ukraine crisis Russia has in turn angered Japan recently by building new modern compounds for its troops stationed on two of the disputed islands Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev also infuriated Tokyo by visiting one of the islands home to some 19000 Russians last year Putin said last month he welcomed Abe’s visit as it comes despite “pressure from (Japan’s) partners particularly the United States” Abe will later this month host a summit of the Group of Seven advanced industrial countries from which Russia has been excluded over its annexation of Crimea “Evidently Japan will try to act as a kind of middleman in the talks process between Russia and the US” Russia’s government newspaper the Rossiiskaya Gazeta said yesterday US President Barack Obama reportedly asking Abe in February to postpone his trip to Russia according to sources quoted by Japan’s Kyodo news agency Writing in pro-Kremlin daily Izvestia yesterday a former deputy foreign minister and ambassador to Tokyo Alexander Panov suggested the meeting could see “Japan drop a number of sanctions” it imposed on Russia over Ukraine For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Camp Bastion | Published: July 16 2017 10:09 pm FILE PHOTO: Security forces respond at the site of a suicide attack on a Shiites mosque in Kabul Afghanistan Jun 15 2017 (AP Photos/Massoud Hossaini file) Top News While Washington works on plans to send more troops to Afghanistan US forces on the ground are grappling with building an army in the middle of a war their commanders say is locked in stalemate It is slow hot often frustrating work ranging from overseeing basic infantry training to trying to create modern logistics systems for an army in which many soldiers cannot read or write “There are enormous challenges ahead” said Brig Gen Roger Turner who led a task force in Helmand five years ago and who has returned as commander of around 300 Marines training and advising the Afghan army and police When the Marines left Helmand in 2014 they did not expect to return but building the Afghan army has been slower than anticipated Many issues trainers focus on such as improving army leadership or getting troops off vulnerable checkpoints are ones American advisers have recommended for years Insurgents control five of Helmand’s 14 districts and contest the others threatening the capital Lashkar Gah where they have a strong foothold just outside the city centre Afghan forces are suffering thousands of casualties and without near-daily air strikes by US fighters and helicopters said Colonel Asmatullah Gharwal intelligence officer for the Afghan army 215th Corps “we would probably not be able to defend Helmand province” With US commanders declaring that Afghanistan faces “stalemate” the Pentagon is expected to add between 3000-5000 troops to more than 13000 coalition forces already there though there are no signs it plans to send them into combat That would leave the task essentially unchanged – not to defeat the Taliban but to get Afghan forces to a point where they can fight alone and force the insurgents to negotiate For Turner the key is improving army leadership an issue US advisers have stressed constantly but with mixed success since the NATO-led coalition ended combat operations in 2014 For years the government’s hold on Helmand one of the world’s major opium-producing regions has been undermined by corruption reaching to the senior ranks of the military The last commander of the 215th Corps appointed to clean up the unit last year was arrested after stealing his own soldiers’ food and firewood But the Americans have been impressed by his successor General Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai a former commando who has replaced about 50 senior officers Turner said the government in Kabul was now more serious about replacing ineffective leaders “When we were here before you could have a completely ineffective leader in position and you’d pretty much just have to deal with it” “DOING THEIR JOB” Camp Bastion the dusty patch of tents containers and barbed wire where the Marines are based is a shadow of the sprawling complex coalition troops occupied at the height of the war when more than 100000 of them fought the Taliban Instead of conducting combat patrols as many did on previous deployments Turner’s Marines work with Afghans training soldiers and helping plan and carry out missions to defend the province “The first thing as with anything is re-establishing security” said Col Matthew Reid Turner’s second-in-command adding that while Lashkar Gah had been held “the outlying districts have been more at risk than anticipated” Although they are no longer normally in combat so-called “green-on-blue” insider attacks by Afghan soldiers remain a threat US advisers were also closely involved in recent Afghan reinforcement and resupply operations in the heavily contested towns of Sangin and Marjah scene of one of the biggest battles the Marines fought in Afghanistan when they were there in 2010 Both operations were judged by the advisers as big successes involving considerable planning and preparation and clearing dozens of roadside bombs For the Marines such successes should encourage local forces to get off checkpoints and onto the offensive where they generally suffer far fewer casualties although many in the Afghan army would clearly welcome more support “We lost five districts to the Taliban” said Col Gharwal of the 215th Corps “If we have ground forces with us from the Marine Corps to clear these districts then I am sure we will have very good security” That is unlikely to happen without a major strategic shift from Washington Meanwhile the Marines work with Afghan instructors teaching everything from clearing mines to coordinating mortar fire “I was excited to come back to Helmand” said Staff Sergeant George Caldwell as he watched soldiers practising raiding a house “The way they conduct operations now is completely different I can see the improvement from five years ago” Many questions remain about whether Afghanistan’s mix of corruption and political dysfunction will outweigh any progress made and whether after 16 years of American presence in Afghanistan a new approach is needed But in Helmand the Marines leave those questions for others “I’m a big believer in everyone doing their job as well as they can” Turner said “That’s how I reconcile this stuff and make sure we don’t lose focus on issues beyond our control” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Police arrested Shetty on the charge of causing death by negligence.was appointed as the contractor to develop the plot belonging to Abhijit Subhash Gaikwad.some news channels haven? Reuters could not independently verify the information due to security and reporting restrictions. a prophet, The Times of India reports that senior leader Sanjay Singh has stationed himself in Varanasi over the past few weeks preparing for Kejriwal’s mega rally. In an operation led by a team of Special Cell officers,” Kapur told reports here at the film’s wrap-up party held here Monday.

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