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Trump asks Pak to stop terror; Seeks bigger role for India in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON: Unveiling a new strategy for South Asia on Monday that has many elements of continuity from the past, President Donald Trump said the U.S troops would stay in Afghanistan for an open-ended period of time and America would no longer tolerate Pakistan’s policy of harbouring terrorists. Trump said America’s strategic partnership with India will deepen in South Asia and the Indo-Pacfic and demanded that India make more financial contribution for the stabilisation of Afghanistan. The President linked this demand to India’s trade surplus with America saying, India makes “billions and billions of dollars” in trade....more More

India welcomes Trump’s new Afghanistan policy

NEW DELHI: India on Tuesday welcomed United States President Donald Trump’s new policy on Afghanistan. saying his move will help target “safe havens” of terrorism in South Asia. His call for an end to Pakistan’s involvement in terrorism in Afghanistan and his support for Afghan-led peace process addressed a core Indian concern. “We welcome President Trump’s determination to enhance efforts to overcome the challenges facing Afghanistan and confronting issues of safe havens and other forms of cross-border support enjoyed by terrorists,” said the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) in a statement....more More

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India's Supreme Court strikes down triple talaq

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court banned on Tuesday a controversial Islamic practice of instant divorce as arbitrary and unconstitutional, in a landmark verdict for gender justice that will stop Muslim men calling off a marriage on a whim. In a split verdict, three of the five all-male judges on the case said the practice of saying “talaq”, or divorce, three times in one go – sometimes even over email and WhatsApp – violated women’s right to equality and was not integral to Islam. The dissenting note came from Chief Justice of India JS Khehar and justice S Abdul Nazeer, who argued instant talaq should be suspended and the government asked to bring a law to regulate the practice within six months. The majority verdict overrides the minority view.....more More

Create an India that does not discriminate: President Kovind

Prez KovindNEW DELHI: President Ram Nath Kovind, in his first address to the nation on the eve of the 71st Independence Day, called for a partnership between citizens and the government to create a new India “that does not discriminate on gender or religious background.” Spelling out his vision, President Kovind said when India completes 75 years of Independence by 2022, it should have a compassionate society. “New India must include that integral humanist component that is in our DNA, and which has defined our country and our civilisation,” he said.....more More

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Gaurav Dhamija Masonic Centre celebrates I-Day in Karnal

KARNAL: Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in the premises of Gaurav Dhamija Masonic Centre and Polyclinic in sector-33, Urban Estate. Besides some well-known personalities, over 100 destitute children of KR Classes, a local school, attended the function. Chairman of NIFAA (National Integrated Forum of Artistes and Activists) Naresh Barana, Advocate, and VW Bro. Subhash Katyal, Worshipful Master of Lodge Karan No. 244, Karnal jointly hoisted the National Flag....more More

Congress asks Rail Minister to resign for Utkal Express derailment

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Monday demanded the resignation of railway minister Suresh Prabhu taking moral responsibility for the Utkal Express derailment in Muzaffarnagar in which 23 people were killed. Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari said Prabhu should introspect and reflect on what has happened and that sending some officials on leave "mocks" the unfortunate deaths. He also urged him to take a cue from Lal Bahadur Shastri and Madhavrao Scindia who put in their papers as railway minister and aviation minister, respectively, owing moral responsibility of such tragedies....more More

North Korea warns of clash as military drills begin

SEOUL: The United States and South Korea began their annual joint military exercises Monday, while North Korea warned that the drills will deepen tensions on the Korean Peninsula by “throwing fuel onto fire.” Both the United States and South Korea insist that the drills are defensive in nature, but North Korea has long condemned the joint exercises as rehearsals for invasion. During such drills, North Korea has often escalated its warlike rhetoric and lashed out with missile and other weapons tests. It tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile during the drills in August last year, following it up with a nuclear test, its fifth, the next month....more More

Video shows Chinese troops pelted stones at Indians in Ladakh on Aug 15

NEW DELHI: Days after Indian and Chinese troops got involved in a shuffle in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladakh, a video of the stone pelting surfaced on Saturday, but army sources however said they cannot confirm its authenticity. The video shows soldiers pelting stones at each other and getting involved in fisticuffs by the bank of a lake. A scuffle took place between the Indian and Chinese troops this week which saw stones being pelted from both sides....more More

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rajnath SinghDoklam solution soon; our forces have might to protect borders: Rajnath

NEW DELHI: A solution to the "deadlock" at Doklam between India and China would be found soon, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday as he made it clear that the country was well equipped to protect its sovereignty. The minister, while speaking at an event of the Sino-India border guarding force ITBP in Delhi, said he hoped that China would make a positive move to resolve the issue. "There is a deadlock going on at Doklam between India and China. I believe there will be a solution soon. I hope China will undertake a positive initiative (to resolve the standoff)," he said....more More

Race-related protests surface in Canada

TORONTO: Race-related agitation spilled over into Canada from the United States on Sunday and led to the arrest of an Indian-origin activist who was at a counter-demonstration. A week after the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, the contagion of race-related protests and counter-protests hit Canada’s Quebec City, where a group called Le Meute, or the Wolf Pack, had planned a vigil outside the provincial National Assembly against what they described as “illegal immigration”....more More

Canada And India To Co-Host Tech Summit 2017 In New Delhi

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NEW DELHI: This year, Canada is partnering with India to host the Canada – India Tech Summit 2017, India’s largest knowledge and technology conference and exhibition from November 14 in New Delhi. Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, Navdeep Bains, will lead a strong business delegation to participate in the two-day event. The Summit is being organized in conjunction with the Indian Ministry of Innovation Science and Economic Development (ISED) with support from the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)....more More

Earth likely to warm more than two degrees by 2100: Experts

WASHINGTON: World temperatures are likely to rise by more than 2 degrees Celsius this century, surpassing a "tipping point" that a global climate deal aims to avert, scientists said. A study published in the journal Nature Climate Change shows a 90 percent chance that temperatures will increase this century by 2 to 4.9 degrees Celsius. Researchers at the University of Washington found only a 5 percent chance that warming could be at or below 2 degrees Celsius – one of the targets set by the 2015 Paris climate deal on limiting emissions of greenhouse gases that warm the planet....more More

Historic solar eclipse turns day into night across the United States

NEW YORK: Millions of Americans gazed in wonder through telescopes, cameras and disposable protective glasses Monday as the moon blotted out the sun in the first full-blown solar eclipse to sweep the US from coast to coast in nearly a century. "It was a very primal experience, it really was," Julie Vigeland, of Portland, Oregon, said after she was moved to tears by the sight of the sun reduced to a silvery ring of light in Salem. "I've seen other really magnificent things, but there is nothing, nothing like this. Absolutely nothing."...more More

New body launched to promote India-US business ties

WASHINGTON: Formalising their split from the US-India Business Council (USIBC), its erstwhile members have floated a new outfit, the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, to promote better business ties between the two countries. “What we are announcing today is an organisation redesigned for the future,” John Chambers, the executive chairman of Cisco Systems Inc, who is also chairing the USISPF, told reporters in New Delhi, according to Reuters....more More

 

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I am from the village of Parra in Goa, hence we are called Parrikars. My village is famous for its watermelons. When I was a child, the farmers would organise a watermelon-eating contest at the end of the harvest season in May. All the kids would be invited to eat as many watermelons as they wanted. Years later, I went to IIT Mumbai to study engineering.

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. One of the reasons for that is the nature of the muscle. According to a new study, a group of researchers have found that the heart muscle is one of the least renewable tissues in the body. The team has studied pathways known to be involved in heart cell functions and discovered a previously unknown connection between processes that keep the heart from repairing itself. The study was published in the journal Nature.

 

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