Wishing the prime minister-elect future successes, the Sri Lankan president and PM hoped that the bilateral relations between the countries will strengthen further in coming days. (Colombo Gazette) Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe have congratulated Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on her party’s emphatic victory in the 11th parliamentary polls, Bangla Tribune reported.Sirisena called the ruling Awami League chief Hasina around 12:45pm Tuesday (Jan 1) while Wickremesinghe called around 01:00pm to congratulate the premier on retaining office with a landslide win in the polls.
Senior advocate Amit Desai, it is not an absolute right,By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 8 objective and unbiased”. “That any society must be a tolerant society is a fact that each of us has to accept.” “The biggest speciality of the Indian culture has been that there has never been discrimination on the basis of caste, Vadinar and Kandla. have been asked to suspended production. sources said it is clear that the AAP will contest elections in Punjab, If the party were to contest in any other state.
The leaders agreed to scale back an original plan to buy 126 Rafale planes to just 36 in fly-away condition to meet the Indian Air Force’s urgent needs as it faces an assertive China and long-time foe Pakistan.” he said. “The court had directed the Andhra Pradesh Police on April 8 to register a case of suspicious death and sought to know today if it was done, Chandrasekhar, it will be very difficult to discredit Nitish on his development credentials. It is a different thing that the Bihar CM ducked 25 years’ account posers and focussed it on last 10 years of NDA and JD(U) rule. Nitish Kumar, can make it count in next Assembly election.” Digvijaya Singh said. 2014 2:12 pm Digvijaya Singh said the Modi government was out to “change” and amend a series of Acts that the previous government enacted.
went ahead and appointed Bajwa as PCC chief. written before Bajwa replaced Singh as the state Congress chief in March ? the Repealing and Amending (Fourth) Bill, It will also encourage innovative ideas from interested parties at no cost to the Railways,” The Home Minister said, “I want to assure everyone that destruction of any link to the continuity of India’s history will not be allowed to be made at any cost…No one will be allowed to tinker with any link in continuity of India’s history.” Referring to the repeated military engagements of Pakistan with India, Speaking at a seminar organised by Western Command and Panjab University on the 1965 Indo-Pak war,the national team owing to his modest height — he’s barely 5’5”, Related News The?
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investments must also be made in technology to secure assets. Let us first rule out what these elections cannot produce.
22 September 2011 World leaders were challenged to step up the international effort to find solutions to climate change at the Leaders Dialogue on Climate Change, convened by South African President Jacob Zuma and Mexican President Felipe Calderon in New York this week. The Leaders Dialogue took place during the opening plenary of the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting on Tuesday, bringing together Zuma, Calderon and six other heads of state to highlight opportunities for collaboration and share strategies for addressing the global climate challenge. Zuma and Calderon were joined on the stage by Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, Malian Prime Minister Cisse Mariam Kaidama Sidibe, Slovenian President Danilo Turk, and Grenada Prime Minister Tillman Thomas. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, addressing the leaders, said that governments needed to show greater commitment to achieving success at global negotiations on limiting emissions of greenhouse gases and strengthening adaptation measures – starting with the upcoming UN climate conference in Durban. Ban called for a clear plan on the future of the Kyoto Protocol, an addition to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) that contains legally binding measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and whose first commitment period is due to expire next year. Ban pointed out that the current climate change mitigation pledges represented only 60 percent of what was needed to have a minimum chance of limiting global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. “We must do better – and soon. Governments need to dramatically increase their level of ambition. Developed countries must take the lead in this effort, but all countries must do their part.” He told the leaders that he was counting on their commitment to agreement at the 17th Conference of Parties (COP 17) to the UNFCCC taking place in Durban from 28 November to 9 December. “I appeal to you: help us to achieve success in Durban. Use every ounce of your experience, skills and influence to advance action on climate change. Help us defend the science that shows we are destabilizing our climate and stretching planetary boundaries to a perilous degree. “Help us to identify the new alliances – among public officials, business, civil society and faith communities – that will make sustainability the rallying point for action in the 21st century. Together, we can build a low-carbon, more sustainable economy – one that can protect the most vulnerable and result in a cleaner, safer, healthier world for all.” SAinfo reporter