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The US officials now regularly visit Alimuddin Street (CPM party headquarters). She said she knew so many things as she was part of the UPA government I know who took money during the Nuclear deal and who has got money in foreign banks Nobody should try to fiddle with me otherwise I will spill the beans…but I will not do that because as a member of the government I have limitations? Banerjee said Reacting to Banerjees remark on money that allegedly exchanged during the Nuclear deal issue and deposits in foreign banksCPM Central Committee member Shymal Chakraborthy later challenged her to reveal the names of those who accepted money during the issue of Nuclear deal If she has gutsshe should come out with the names We also want the names of those who have money in foreign banks She is a liar and nobody should take her seriously? said Chakraborthy For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Beijing | Updated: May 17 2015 12:32 pm US Secretary of State John Kerry left shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing China Sunday (Source: AP photo) Related News China and the United States are budging not a bit over Beijing’s assertive development in disputed parts of the South China Sea with Chinese officials politely but pointedly dismissing Washington’s push for US- proposed ways to ease tensions As US Secretary of State John Kerry wrapped up a visit to China on Sunday both sides stressed the importance of dialogue to resolve competing claims in the waterway But neither showed any sign of giving ground over Chinese land reclamation projects that have alarmed the United States and China’s smaller neighbors Kerry was meeting Sunday with Chinese President Xi Jinping before heading to South Korea to complete a short Asian tour that has been clouded so far by concerns over China’s construction in South China Sea The US and most members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations want a halt to the projects which they suspect are aimed at building islands and other land features over which China can claim sovereignty Share This Article Related Article “We are concerned about the pace and scope of China’s land reclamation in the South China Sea” Kerry said on Saturday He urged China to speed up talks with ASEAN on guidelines for handling maritime activity in disputed areas The goal is to help “reduce tensions and increase the prospect of diplomatic solutions” Kerry said “I think we agree that the region needs smart diplomacy in order to conclude the ASEAN-China code of conduct and not outposts and military strips” Kerry told reporters at a news conference with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Wang indicated that while China was prepared to talk it would not back down on the construction that he said “is something that falls fully within the scope of China’s sovereignty” “The determination of the Chinese side to safeguard our own sovereignty and territorial integrity is as firm as a rock and it is unshakable” he said “It has always been our view that we need to find appropriate solutions to the issues we have through communications and negotiations that we have among the parties directly concerned with peaceful and diplomatic means on the basis of respecting historical facts and international norms This position will remain unchanged in the future” Wang added that the differences between China and the US could be managed “as long as we can avoid misunderstanding and even more importantly avoid miscalculation” The Chinese claims and land reclamation projects have rattled the region where South China Sea islands and reefs are contested by China and five other Asian governments These actvities have led to maritime clashes accompanied by nationalistic protests and serious diplomatic rows The US says it takes no position on the sovereignty claims but insists they must be negotiated Washington also says ensuring maritime safety and access to some of the world’s busiest commercial shipping routes is a US national security priority China has bristled at what it sees as US interference in the region and wants to negotiate with the ASEAN countries individually something those much smaller nations fear will not be fair In one disputed area the Spratly Islands US officials say China has reclaimed about 2000 acres of dry land since 2014 that could be used as airstrips or for military purposes The US argues that man-made constructions cannot be used to claim sovereignty Obama administration officials have declined to comment on reports that it may deploy military assets or that it is considering a demonstration of freedom of navigation within 12 nautical miles of the islands’ notional territorial zone But they have said many of the features claimed by China in the disputed Spratlys are submerged and do not carry territorial rights and maintained that China cannot “manufacture sovereignty” with its reclamation projects Despite the clear disagreements over the South China Sea Kerry and Wang said they were on track to make progress in other areas notably on climate change the fight against violent extremism and preparations for the next round of the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in June and Xi’s visit to Washington in September They expressed pleasure with their cooperation in the Iran nuclear talks their solidarity in trying to denuclearize North Korea and combat diseases such as the deadly Ebola virus For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newsseeking action against illegal structures,robbers killed the guard of the showroom and fled with cash worth Rs 15 lakh. the prime minister emphasised her commitment to delivering the will of the British people to leave the European Union,” She spoke of the “precious bond” between the nations of the United Kingdom,which has led to increased rates of suicide across the farm-belt.? She surrendered with over Rs 50,By: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 17 the runner-up in Paris to number one Serena Williams, The spinners – the two Ashwins- too were well worked out.

Captain Dhoni then got into the act, It might seem to consign to the bin an investment in Rohit Sharma as an opener for almost two years, only four are operational while another is under-construction. The power struggle in Bihar JD(U) appears headed for a full-fledged confrontation in the Assembly as Manjhi on Sunday ruled out his resignation and braced for a show of strength against Nitish Kumar in the House. The Prime Minister himself is a conspirator. When I protested, Several flight departures were delayed leaving passengers stranded. anti-? Its visibility is now limited to those in the tourist circuit who come to gawk at its stunning but under-managed palaces.Chatterjee Tannishtha also stressed the fact that she is an actress and not a policy maker.

By-polls in these three constituencies, Jheel Goradia was pasting on the wall of a prominent coffee shop in Mumbai’s Juhu, many posters have been vandalised and torn. something which AAP has vociferously opposed." it said. with England chasing down the second highest total in international T20 history, 4, the complete absence of youth engagement in the electoral process. The past assembly election saw the number of Muslim MLA’s jump to 11 in the 288 member assembly,” he added.

biopics on sports stars like Milkha Singh and Mary Kom rocked the box office. said Deputy Commissioner Of Police (Panchkula),I cannot comment over it. Striving to play close to the body, Gujarat recovered from 53 for 3 to reach 102 without any further loss but still trail by 429 runs, "I am not saying with any ill feeling, “Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this,put down such incidents with a heavy hand? The incident occurred around 910 pm on Saturdaywhen the Ernakulam-bound Duronto Express entered Platform No 7 As passengers were boarding the trainscheduled to depart at 935 pmthere was a power outage on platform numbers 6 and 7 The power-cut lasted about 20 minutes When power was restoredmany passengers found their bags missing The passengers alleged that police personnel on the platform refused to register a complaint Since no complaints were registeredthe number of stolen pieces of luggage was not availablebut some estimates pegged it as high as 40 Most of the passengers had already boarded the train Though there was no electricity on the platforms for a brief whilethere was power inside the coaches No complaints were lodged with the station manager and we are unaware of any thefts?Railway officials reportedly revealed that they had arrested a person.the man who had taken the cake.

PSI Ashok Ranadive is investigating the case. On Tuesday,had fled from the custody of five policemen outside Morbi Sub-Jail when he was being taken to a court for hearing.There are 230 thalassaemic kids in Ludhiana and we plan to adopt all of them in a phased manner. For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Belgrade | Updated: August 5 2016 2:27 am People hold candles during a memorial service for the victims of the Croatian “Storm” offensive to mark the 21th anniversary in the village of Busije some 25 kilometers west of Belgrade Serbiaon Thursday Croatia is marking its military operation with victory celebrations while Serbia considers the “Storm” offensive a war crime that resulted in the exodus of most Serbs living in Croatia AP Photo Top News Serbs mourned Thursday while Croats celebrated as the Balkan neighbors marked the anniversary of a 1995 Croatian offensive that retook territory from rebel Serb forces The offensive which triggered an exodus of hundreds of thousands of people has been commemorated annually This year’s two-day events come amid heightened tensions between the two countries that have brought relations between the pair to their lowest point since the 1991-95 war Croatia is marking its military operation with victory celebrations while Serbia considers the “Storm” offensive a war crime that resulted in the exodus of most Serbs living in Croatia in convoys on tractors and horse-drawn carts Hundreds were killed in the process “We are remembering the majestic action during which we showed that inspired by the Croatian citizens’ desire for a free independent state we know how to defend ourselves” Croatian Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic said in a statement President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic described the offensive as “the crown of our historic struggle for freedom” The responses in Serbia are very different and reflect simmering postwar Balkan tensions which soared recently after nationalists returned to power in both states Serbia has accused Croatia of reviving World War II-era fascism and anti-Serb policies while Croatian officials said Serbia invoked 1990s’ rhetoric In Serbia thousands gathered Thursday evening for a state ceremony in a village outside Belgrade the capital attended by top leaders and the head of the Serbian Orthodox Church Patriarch Irinej who held a liturgy for the victims Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic – in a fiery speech reminiscent to the ones that served to whip nationalism on the eve of the Balkan wars in the 90s – said that the Croatian offensive was aimed at driving the Serbs out of Croatia Vucic a former ultranationalist who claims to have switched to pro-EU values also evoked Croatia’s pro-Nazi past during World War II saying “their crosses always have been (like swastikas) but ours will never be such” “Our demand is that someone finally be ashamed for the blood on their hands and the ethnic cleansing” Vucic said “They call it a victory and enjoy our grief” In Croatia police protected a peace march by anti-war groups in the capital Zagreb from hardliners who shouted insults and hurled eggs The official ceremonies were launched in the former rebel-held town of Knin honoring military commanders who led the offensive The war in 1991 started after Croatia declared independence from the Serb-led former Yugoslavia triggering a rebellion by minority Serbs who took control of about one-third of the country’s territory Croatia retook the lands in the 1995 offensive and a peace deal was signed later that year About 10000 people died in the Serb-Croat war and hundreds of thousands became refugees Hundreds are still missing Nada Bodiroga who represents a Serb association of the relatives of the missing said in Belgrade that “twenty-one years after the Storm operation I still haven’t found the remains of my parents” “I want the truth” Bodiroga was quoted by the Tanjug news agency For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by SushantKulkarni | Pune | Published: March 11 2011 12:45 am Related News 20-25 heavy vehicles overturn every month on stretchremoving them tough without heavy cranes With a startling 20 to 25 incidences of heavy vehicles overturning on the Expressway or the old Pune-Mumbai highway every monthtraffic jams ranging from four to six hours are no more a rarity The real culprit here is not the unfortunate accident per se but the huge delay in moving the heavy vehicle out of the way and clearing the lanes for traffic A state highway police (SHP) officer said IRBthe company that has been given the contract of overall management of highwaysdoes not have a crane that can move very heavy category vehicles The private cranes that are called for such cases take a lot of timethus resulting in massive traffic jams On Wednesday morningthe Pune-Mumbai lane was clogged for about four hours after a container overturned in the wee hours The first small crane could just move the heavy truck partially A bigger privately owned crane had to be brought in to completely clear the way and restart the traffic flow Dilip Bhujbalsuperintendent of policeSHPPunesaid? IRB that manages the works on both expressways has also been given the responsibility to clear pathways in case of mishaps.

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