The State Department spokesman and the Department of Homeland Security said more information on implementing the ban on traveling to President Donald Trump come on Thursday - the same day that the ban could enter force. However, news organizations reported that the State Department Wednesday had alerted US embassies and consulates around the world about the new policies of enactment of the Ordinance. On Monday, shortly before 10:00 p.m. on the 30th, the Supreme Court partially lifted federal injunctions with respect to the prohibitions and refugees contained in the revised Trump March Ordinance for 6 persons. The Supreme Court decision allows the government to enforce the ban on people who have no relationship with the United States, but retains the mandates rather than "foreigners who have a credible claim to a good faith relationship with a person or entity in the U.S. " Under a June 14 memorandum signed by Trump, bans can take effect 72 hours after the cuts allow it to be executed. This time line means that the prohibitions would take effect from 10:30 am Thursday, June 29, The federal government has not said publicly when the ban will come into force, but CNN reported that one administration said the ban was due to enter into force at 8 am. Thursday - the calendar that corresponded to a non-governmental source had expected BuzzFeed News. The federal government has not publicly stated how organizations define and apply "a credible affirmation of a bona fide relationship." "We continue to work with government departments and justice in enforcing the order based on the Supreme Court's decision," said security spokesman BuzzFeed News Interior, Joanne Talbot, Wednesday afternoon. "We will publish more information tomorrow." But on Wednesday, the Associated Press and later, Reuters reviewed a State Department cable sent to US embassies and consulates, set the department's criteria to determine who has the necessary "good faith relationship" To travel to the United States. As the AP described, a visa applicant from one of the six affected countries "tests a relationship with a parent, spouse, child, adult child, child, daughter or siblings who already Are in the United States are eligible. " According to both reports, many significant family relationships would not qualify under the new policy. "[C] come down from the family" does not include grandparents, grandchildren, uncles, nephews, cousins, brothers and sisters-laws in marriage and another member of the "extended" family, Reuters wrote quoting the cable. Refugee applicants, mostly subject to the same requirements, according to the AP. Asked about cable and new reports on travel ban policy, State Department spokesman Pooja Jhunjhunwala wrote: "The history of AP returns internal communications department, we do not comment." Regarding the timing of the enforcement of the ban, he echoed the National Security statement, which says that the State Department "can provide up-to-date programming information for tomorrow to as they become available." Immediate application of the initial order of the January ban order of travel has led to significant confusion at airports across the country, chaos serves as the backdrop of the trial that began to appear before tennis this weekend week. The plaintiffs' counsel in both cases defying the ban in the Supreme Court said BuzzFeed News Wednesday that they had not received information from the federal government on its implementation plans. The Justice Department, for its part, initially referred the questions to the National and State Security departments. After editing the story of the AP, the justice spokesman reiterated that the ministry did not disclose information about the new policies.

Trump’s Finally Getting To Implement His Travel Ban — And It Could Happen Thursday

Trump’s Finally Getting To Implement His Travel Ban — And It Could Happen Thursday

The State Department spokesman and the Department of Homeland Security said more information on implementing the ban on traveling to President Donald Trump come on Thursday – the same day that the ban could enter force.

However, news organizations reported that the State Department Wednesday had alerted US embassies and consulates around the world about the new policies of enactment of the Ordinance.

On Monday, shortly before 10:00 p.m. on the 30th, the Supreme Court partially lifted federal injunctions with respect to the prohibitions and refugees contained in the revised Trump March Ordinance for 6 persons.

The Supreme Court decision allows the government to enforce the ban on people who have no relationship with the United States, but retains the mandates rather than “foreigners who have a credible claim to a good faith relationship with a person or entity in the U.S. ”

Under a June 14 memorandum signed by Trump, bans can take effect 72 hours after the cuts allow it to be executed. This time line means that the prohibitions would take effect from 10:30 am Thursday, June 29,

The federal government has not said publicly when the ban will come into force, but CNN reported that one administration said the ban was due to enter into force at 8 am. Thursday – the calendar that corresponded to a non-governmental source had expected BuzzFeed News. The federal government has not publicly stated how organizations define and apply “a credible affirmation of a bona fide relationship.”

“We continue to work with government departments and justice in enforcing the order based on the Supreme Court’s decision,” said security spokesman BuzzFeed News Interior, Joanne Talbot, Wednesday afternoon. “We will publish more information tomorrow.”

But on Wednesday, the Associated Press and later, Reuters reviewed a State Department cable sent to US embassies and consulates, set the department’s criteria to determine who has the necessary “good faith relationship” To travel to the United States.

As the AP described, a visa applicant from one of the six affected countries “tests a relationship with a parent, spouse, child, adult child, child, daughter or siblings who already Are in the United States are eligible. ”

According to both reports, many significant family relationships would not qualify under the new policy. “[C] come down from the family” does not include grandparents, grandchildren, uncles, nephews, cousins, brothers and sisters-laws in marriage and another member of the “extended” family, Reuters wrote quoting the cable.

Refugee applicants, mostly subject to the same requirements, according to the AP.

Asked about cable and new reports on travel ban policy, State Department spokesman Pooja Jhunjhunwala wrote: “The history of AP returns internal communications department, we do not comment.”

Regarding the timing of the enforcement of the ban, he echoed the National Security statement, which says that the State Department “can provide up-to-date programming information for tomorrow to as they become available.”

Immediate application of the initial order of the January ban order of travel has led to significant confusion at airports across the country, chaos serves as the backdrop of the trial that began to appear before tennis this weekend week.

The plaintiffs’ counsel in both cases defying the ban in the Supreme Court said BuzzFeed News Wednesday that they had not received information from the federal government on its implementation plans.

The Justice Department, for its part, initially referred the questions to the National and State Security departments. After editing the story of the AP, the justice spokesman reiterated that the ministry did not disclose information about the new policies.

China Says Area Where Road Being Built Does Not Belong To Bhutan, India

China Says Area Where Road Being Built Does Not Belong To Bhutan, India

China Says Area Where Road Being Built Does Not Belong To Bhutan, India

BEIJING – China today said construction of a road in the Sikkim Donglang sector is “legitimate.” “Donglang has been in China since ancient times and does not belong in Bhutan,” said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang, told reporters in Beijing.

Donglang is close to a strategic place known as the “chicken neck” linking the northeast with the western region of Siliguri in West Bengal and by extension the rest of India.

“India wants to raise a problem with that part.I must say that it does not belong in Bhutan, or it belongs to India.We have a broad legal basis for it.Construction of the Chinese road project a legitimate and normal action. Country has the right to interfere, “said M. Kang.

He said that Bhutan is a sovereign country universally recognized. “The countries of hope can respect the sovereignty of the country. The border between China and Bhutan is not defined, no third party should intervene in this matter and not comment or irresponsible actions,” said the spokesman of the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

“If a third party of a hidden agenda interferes, it is disrespect for Bhutan’s sovereignty. We do not want to see this, because Bhutan is a country that has the right of sovereignty on the part of the international community,” Kang said.

He said that China opened the Nathu La Pass in the sector of Sikkim in 2015 for Indian pilgrims visit Mount Kailash, because according to China, Sikkim part of the border between India and China is established.

“For a long time, in the interest of relations between India and China, China has provided great comfort to the pilgrims of India. Based on the consensus between the two national leaders and the fact that the border of Sikkim sector Is delimited and recognized by both countries, the Chinese side in 2015 opened the way Nathu India for pilgrims, “he said.

For two years, it worked well and, in fact, also this year, Chinese authorities are prepared to receive pilgrims and the Indians have informed the Indian side of it, he said.
“Now, the suspension of it (the Nathu La block road) is an emergency response to the situation there. I want to emphasize that recovery requires pilgrims pass into the atmosphere and conditions.

So responsibility for the same lies in its entirety on the Indian side and when it will open again depends on when or if the Indian side is going to correct its mistakes, “Kang said.

As for the question of whether progress has been made in the talks between officials of India and China on the subject, Mr. Kang said, “Indian troops crossed the border on the Sikkim side into Chinese territory.

This is different than it was before on the border between India and China. China has made severe against it. India must respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of China. ”

M. Kang announced the completion of the construction of a road in the sector of Sikkim indicating that the area was “no doubt” that is on the border of the border in accordance with the Sino-British Treaty of Sikkim 1890. “According to the Treaty, ‘Zhe’ is the ancient name of Sikkim,” said M. Kang.

“According to this treaty, the area in which the Indian Army has raised objections is undoubtedly located on the Chinese side of the border,” he said yesterday.

China had yesterday filed a protest with India over the alleged “border crossing” by its troops in the Sikkim sector, and demanded its immediate withdrawal.

McConnell is trying to revise the Senate health-care bill by Friday

McConnell is trying to revise the Senate health-care bill by Friday

McConnell is trying to revise the Senate health-care bill by Friday

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is sending a revised version of his health bill to the Congressional Budget Office on Friday as he continues to call for a vote before the August congressional congress.

The effort reflects McConnell’s short-term maturity in his attempt to vote in July – and the pressure he undergoes to change the law to get enough support to pass it on.

With conservatives and centrists pushing for various political solutions, Senate leaders have struggled to write a rewrite of the Affordable Assistance Act on Wednesday that would draw votes without torpedoing the CBO’s official outcome on how the law affects levels of Coverage and federal spending.

Between meals in closed meetings with McConnell and his team on Wednesday a number of Republicans have shown visible signs of frustration but expressed cautious optimism that a vote was possible.

Conservatives have called for lifting coverage mandates to reduce premiums and called for higher tax exemption limits for health savings accounts.

The moderates requested more generous tax credits for work classes and a slight reduction in the expansion of Medicaid than their states have benefited under the law of affordable protection.

Some members questioned the McConnell’s support of the issue – an unusual public reproach of a leader who has managed to retain control of his side against the upper chamber despite a tough Democratic defiance in the elections last year.

“It was much harder than it had to be,” said Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), Who was one of five senators whose opposition to the bill was asked to postpone McConnell a vote this week.

With Vice President Pence poised to vote against the bill and all Democrats oppose repeal of the 2010 law known as Obamacare, Republicans need the support of all but two senators.

The bill it blocked this week would reduce $ 772 billion from the country’s Medicaid program over the next decade by eliminating program expansion under the ACA and reducing spending on the overall program, especially from 2025 Would also be to repeal or delay $ 541 billion in taxes, primarily on wealthy Americans and insurers.

The Medicaid movement, which covers nearly 70 million Americans, helps offset the generous bill tax cuts. But it generated significant opposition among more than a half-dozen centrists, who fear the cuts impede the country’s efforts to cope with the opium crisis and could leave many Americans vulnerable without health coverage.

McConnell spent most of the afternoon lectures in the chamber with GOP dressmakers who seem open to negotiation. The revolving door meetings included Senators Dean Heller (Nev.), Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia) and Bob Corker (Tennessee). Like the two Alaska senators, Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan, and Senator Tom Cotton (Ark.).

Donald Trump says he does not fault son for meeting Russian lawyer

Donald Trump says he does not fault son for meeting Russian lawyer

Donald Trump says he does not fault son for meeting Russian lawyer

US President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he had not criticized his son Donald Trump Jr. met a Russian lawyer during the 2016 election campaign and that he did not know about the meeting in just a few days.

When asked if he knew that his son met with lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya in June last year, the president told Reuters an interview from the White House: “No, I do not know that there are some days when I heard about him” .

Trump Jr. enthusiastically agreed to meet with the woman who was told that he was a Russian government lawyer who could have damaging information about his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as part of Moscow’s official support for his father’s campaign, according to the Emails that the son was released on Tuesday.

Sitting at his oval office desk, Trump said he had not criticized his son for holding the meeting, which overturned a decision about warming up a non-traditional campaign. “I think a lot of people have held this meeting,” Trump said.

The e-mails were the most concrete evidence that those responsible for the Trump campaign could have accepted Russian aid to win the Nov. 8 election, a subject that has thrown a cloud over Trump’s presidency and provoked investigations into it. Department of Justice and Congress of the United States.

In the interview at the White House, the president said he asked directly to the Russian President Vladimir Putin participated in what the United States intelligence said that Russia’s interference in the presidential campaign and Putin insists that it was not.

Trump said he spent the first 20 or 25 minutes of a more than two-hour meeting with Putin on Friday in Germany on the issue of electoral interference. “I said,” Really? “And he said,” No, I have not. Absolutely not. “Then I asked him a second time in a completely different way. He did not say absolutely no,” Trump said.

He was asked if he believed that Putin’s rejection, Trump stopped. “Look, something happened and we need to know what it is, because we can not let something like this happen in our electoral process.” So something happened and we have to find out what it is, “he said.

About Putin, who added: “Someone said that if I did, I would not have understood what a very interesting point ..”

While US intelligence agencies and even Cabinet members Trump said that Russia is scorned in the election, Trump has hesitated on the issue, sometimes suggesting that other players might be involved. Trump questioned whether he thought Putin could trust.

He said that Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping, looking at all the interests of his country, while he takes care of US interests.

“I am not a person who is based on many people, but he is the leader of Russia.It is the second most powerful nuclear power on earth.I am the leader of the United States.I love my country.He loves his country” “Trump said.

As in the past, Trump said there was no collusion between his country and Russia. “There was no coordination. This is the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard,” he said.

Rajasthan: 1 killed, 32 injured as protest against gangster Anandpal’s death turns violent

Rajasthan: 1 killed, 32 injured as protest against gangster Anandpal’s death turns violent

Rajasthan: 1 killed, 32 injured as protest against gangster Anandpal’s death turns violent

At least one person was killed and 32 people, including 20 policemen, were injured in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan following a rally organized by Rajput costumes requesting a CBI investigation into the death of gangster Anandpal Singh raped Wednesday night , Officials announced Thursday.

Anandpal died in a meeting with police in Churu district June 24, Anandpal, who belonged to the Rajput Ravana community, was in operation since September 2015, after escaping from custody.

With more than three dozen criminal cases against him, including six for murder, he would have been the most wanted criminal in the state.

Police said Haryana’s Lalchand Sharma was killed in the clashes, and Mahendra Singh, a Jodhpur resident, was seriously injured. Singh was admitted to the intensive care unit of a hospital, they added.

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“We tried to find more details about Sharma, but it seems that Singh came to the demonstration,” said the Director General of Police (Law and Order) NRK Reddy to Hindustan Times.

A man armed with one of the officers of the Indian Police Service (IPS) was seriously injured. The injured included five officers of the Force Protection Train (FPR).

Several of the wounded were referred to Jaipur for treatment.

A crowd of more than 50,000 people who had gathered for Saanvrad, the village thug, won stones in official vehicles, set fire to a police vehicle and ripped off his arms, Reddy said.

“Three of our weapons are being lost because we suspect the demonstrators managed to grab an AK 47 rifle and two pistols.” Two weapons were snatched from the armed man Nagaur SP Paris Deshmukh, “he added.
“Demonstrators were trying to block the RPF agents inside the outpost and put it on fire. Nagaur SP has reached the force and tried to save them when they overturned and set fire to their vehicle,” he said. The ADG.

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Police said the crowd had also tried to attack IPS officer Monika Sain.

“We located Sain after more than an hour and took about two hours to locate all the cops. At present, we are still not sure if the police opened fire after being trapped by the crowd and trying to find the details,” Said a senior police officer.

A curfew was imposed on Saanvrad and Internet connection in the Nagaur district was disrupted.

“We try to obtain more information and take strict measures to maintain the situation of public order.

Rajput groups protested in different parts of Rajasthan, involved in vandalism and blocking roads. Rajput leaders have threatened the government and said that the community would give an adequate response to the Bharatiya Janata Party in the elections.

Lokendra Singh Kalvi, founder of the Shree Rajput Karni Sena, one of the groups requiring ICC probe, asked the members of the community to walk to Jaipur.

“A body could not be dealt with before the government could not agree on the ICC probe and now another person has died,” Kalvi told HT.

“The myopia of the government led to the violence that occurred on Wednesday. There is anger in Rajput and that is why I asked them to walk to Jaipur,” he added.

Mob attacks Noida housing society over missing maid

Mob attacks Noida housing society over missing maid

Mob attacks Noida housing society over missing maid

Noida: A mob armed with sticks and stones stormed a housing business in Noida Wednesday morning, believing that one of its neighbors, a 30-year-old woman working as a maid, had been held captive and beaten after Having been accused of robbery.
During a modern Mahagun three-hour siege, welcoming 2,000 families in Zone 78, the crowd led to the company wall and the guards enclosure with stones and concrete pieces. Some of them broke through and vitiated the apartment of merchant naval officer Mitul Sethi, where housekeeper Zohra Bibi worked.

The 35-year-old Sethi-Mitul family, his wife Harshu, 32, and his son Aryan-7, who was the target of the Mahagun Moderne attack, locked themselves in the bathroom when part of the audience went from one room to another in Looking for the lady, Zohra, and shattered the house.

The violence, which began around 6am, stopped when Zohra was found, not in Sethis, but in an apartment on the 25th floor of a nearby tower, the house of an elderly woman known as Zohra while working in several apartments in the society.

At that time, the company looked like a war zone with a huge crowd gathered outside and a contingent of riot police to return.

Residents said the crowd and the guards tried to prevent them from entering the company they fought in a camped battle, which intensified when police arrived on the scene nearly two hours later.

However, there were no reports of significant injuries. Seth moved to the parents’ place for the time being.

Zohra was accused by Sethis to steal his money. Her husband Sattar, however, claimed that Seth was due to his Rs 12,000, his salary for two months. Police have initiated investigations on the basis of two FIRs – one presented by Mitul Sethi in which 300 unknown persons were reserved for riots and vandalism, and the other was filed against Abdul Sattar Sethis accusing them of confinement.

There were also allegations that Zohra, who worked for Seth for six months, was an illegal immigrant from Bangladesh, but police said it was wrong and had all the necessary documents.

Mitul Sethi is a merchant marine captain and his wife runs a Harshu Noida to play school. Zohra, who worked in her apartment in the Manchester-5 tower, lives in a nearby neighborhood, with Sattar and her three children.

Sattar said he had gone to work around 7:30 on a Tuesday morning to work around 7:30 on Tuesday but did not return home at the usual time at night. Around 8pm, Sattar visited the company to investigate and found the registration Zohra registers in the company, but not his records of exit.

With two guards, Sattar visited the Sethis apartment, where he was told that Zohra had started the night after being confronted for stealing money from the Harshu handbag.

Later Harshu told TOI that Rs 17,000 had disappeared and Zohra had admitted the theft of 10,000 rupees during a confrontation. He also said that Zohra had left the house when he was told that Harshu plaignerait to the management of the company.

When he could not find his wife, Sattar phoned 100 for help. A police team visited the company at 10pm, swept Sethis apartment, Zohra did not find there and left.
Sattar was not convinced. He returned to poor neighborhoods and called a meeting. The next morning he took the crowd from 300 to modern.

Dharmendra Rathore, a resident of Milano Torre, said he had gone for a walk in the morning at 6 am when he saw the crowd at the gates of the company. “They claimed that the lady was gone.” Some residents of the society gathered there, but we were surnumération.We managed the situation somehow, “he said.

Man beaten up in Nagpur for allegedly carrying beef, four arrested

Man beaten up in Nagpur for allegedly carrying beef, four arrested

Man beaten up in Nagpur for allegedly carrying beef, four arrested

Four people were arrested for assaulting a Muslim man carrying Jalalkheda beef, about 35 kilometers from Nagpur on Wednesday. “Salim Ismail Shah, 32, carried 15 kg of meat on his motorcycle to the town of Amner Katol when he was approached by four people who beat him, claiming it was beef.

Shah was injured in what was admitted to a hospital where he was fired, “Jalalkheda police inspector Vijaykumar Tiwari told The Indian Express.

The four detainees were identified as Moreshwar Tandulkar Ashwin Uike, Janardan Chaudhary and Rameshwar Taywade. They say Tandulkar is the head of the Tehsil Prahar Sanghatan unit, an organization headed by Bacchu Kadu, an independent member in Achalpur (Amravati). Tiwari confirmed that Tandulkar is the head of Tehsil.

Asked if any of the other three had links to Bajrang Dal and the Hindu World Council, Tiwari responded negatively. Tiwari said: “We sent the meat sample to a forensic laboratory to see if it was beef or something.

We have not registered an offensive against Shah now. “When asked where Shah was headed with the meat, Tiwari reported:” Apparently there was a community program for Katol and Shah was leading the show. ”

A video clip of the assault, which shows the man who was dragged and kicked, became viral on social networks.

The incident follows a long list of mob cases that take the law into their own hands, often resulting in losses.

Last month, protests broke out in several parts of the country against targeted lynching minorities and Dalits after Junaid Khan, a 15-year-old man, was stabbed to death on a train bound for Mathura by a mob in Ballabhgarh in Haryana.

Khan’s death came after an escalation of discussion in the train seats. Khan and his friends were called “meat eaters” by the crowd and made fun of their tapas.

Army gets special power to buy weapons for short 'intense wars'

Army gets special power to buy weapons for short ‘intense wars’

Army gets special power to buy weapons for short ‘intense wars’

The Indian Army has begun shopping to fill critical policy gaps and strengthen its ability to fight a “short and intense war,” 15 to 20 days amid a prolonged spreading with China, regular ceasefire violations – Fire By Pakistan and terrorist infiltration.

The Center has given emergency powers to the army’s deputy chief to buy ammunition and weapons without any necessary sanctions that could cause delays, according to sources.

The movement must make autonomous army and reduce bureaucratic delays that may be an obstacle to improving critical military firepower in a short war.

With new financial powers given, 46 types of ammunition for tanks and artillery pieces, spare parts for 10 types of weapons, weapons and mines can be bought, which can cost around 40 billion rupees rs.

“The government has decided that the competition corresponds with the Army to purchase critical equipment whenever it feels the need,” said the official.

The decision was taken last week, while military stagnation continued with China on the Sikkim border, near the triple union between India and Bhutan-China and Indian troops fighting regular bombings and border Pakistan.

The confrontation between India and China began there more than a month.

It happened after the Indian army has opposed China’s road construction in the Dokalam Bhutan region, a disputed zone between China and Bhutan. The region is of great strategic importance to India as it could bring the Siliguri Chinese corridor connecting the Northeast.

After the Uri terrorist attack in September last year, 18 soldiers were killed, an internal army review said there were gaps in critical operations.

Following the conclusions of the army in October that sets the limits of maintaining a short and intense war, the deputy chief received temporary powers for a period of three months to 31 December 2016. “The need to increase the period felt and spread For three months until March 31, 2017, “a source said.

Sources said that during this period, purchases worth 12,000 CRS have been made. It was 19 contracts, 11 ammunitions.

Shortly after Uri’s attack, the Indian army launched surgical attacks through the Control Line (LOC) claiming to have destroyed terrorist buffers backed by the Pakistani army to facilitate infiltration into India.

Shortly after surgical operations, the number of ceasefire violations by Pakistan spiraled. In 2016, the number stood at 225,150 in 2015 and 153 in 2014.

Since then, there have been three cases of beheading of Indian soldiers by action teams bordered by Pakistan – a combination of Pakistani army inhabitants and terrorists who carry out raids by attacking Indian soldiers.

Tejashwi Yadav on manhandling of mediapersons by his security guards - 'Will get the matter probed'

Tejashwi Yadav on manhandling of mediapersons by his security guards – ‘Will get the matter probed’

Tejashwi Yadav on manhandling of mediapersons by his security guards – ‘Will get the matter probed’

New Delhi: Bihar Deputy Minister Tejashwi Yadav, whose personal security was accused on Wednesday of maniédié mediators met to observe his reaction when he went out to speak to the press after a cabinet meeting held by the Chief Minister of Nitish Kumar that when a multitude of Media push to take the byte of a person, it becomes difficult for the security guards to manage the crowd, adding that they would personally see the matter and investigate.

Tejashwi took to his Facebook account and published a note saying he regrets and condemns any charge in the media.

“There is misleading information about the attacks on the media, the demand of them, with so much experience 5 to 7 minutes to stop interfering with each other without competing.

I fully understand how difficult his work is, especially cameramen. They fall and compete with each other. A couple of people from the Mike Metta press behind me and shook their ears and head too.

There were times when about ten microphones were about to hit the nose, I am saved and the personal character protected during the service “said the statement.
Personally, I did not know what was happening on the other side when he addressed the media and completely surrounded by the media.

Even a camera hit the health minister with his camera on his head by embarking on the car and was not reported at all, and you do not need to make him move. Many security guards had mild concussions.

In critical moments where hundreds of media around and suddenly jumps to the byte, it becomes a little difficult for us, the media and security guards as well.

There have been reports of some channels which indicate that this happened in my instructions and some followers RJD focuses totally undesirable aggression without foundation and nonsense.

We have always been friends of the media and respond to them. I regret and condemn any charge in the media. Such incidents should not take place, I will personally look into it and be an investigation, “the statement added.

The Bihar Chief Minister convened a meeting of all members, parliamentarians and other senior officials and government leaders to discuss the political situation following the incursions of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the alliance partner Lalu Yadav and his family , After which it was reported that security personnel Tejashwi mistreated mediators outside Bihar Secretariat.

An ANI journalist appointed by Rahul Singh was part of one of the mediators who were rejected.

Meanwhile, the BJP party, the sole responsible for the corruption charges against him slapped Tejashwi Yadav remained defiant not to succumb to pressure or to resign, citing that charges were part of a political revenge against He and his family

Tejashwi said he was not surprised when the Saffron party had a problem with Supreme Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and his father, Lalu Prasad Yadav, but fearing that the 28-year-old is beyond his imagination.

“The BJP is surprised to see a 28-year-old man dominate not only the state, but also to govern effectively.We will take action against them.We do not deserve a place here,” he said.

Still denying charges against him, Tejashwi said the allegations date back to 2004-2006 when he was 14 and a teenager does not commit crimes.

India modernising nuclear arsenal with eye on China: US experts

India modernising nuclear arsenal with eye on China: US experts

India modernising nuclear arsenal with eye on China: US experts

WASHINGTON: India continues to modernize its nuclear arsenal with an eye on China and its nuclear strategy, which traditionally focuses on Pakistan, seems to accentuate the emphasis on the communist giant, two top US nuclear experts said.

A section of experts, published in the July-August issue of the digital newspaper After midnight also said India is developing a missile that can target all of China from its bases in southern India.

It is estimated that India produces about 600 kilograms of plutonium, sufficient for 150-200 og. nuclear; However, all the material has not been converted into warheads, according to the article.

It has probably occurred as 120-130, wrote Hans M Kristensen and Robert S Norris in the article entitled “Nuclear Forces of India 2017”.

“While India has traditionally focused on the deterrence of Pakistan’s nuclear modernization it indicates that it puts more emphasis on future strategic relations with China,” they wrote.

“This adjustment will translate into a considerable deployment of new capacity over the next decade that could influence how India views the role of nuclear weapons in Pakistan’s face,” they said.

Noting that India continues to modernize its nuclear arsenal with the development of several new nuclear weapon systems, both experts believe that New Delhi currently operates seven nuclear systems: two land planes, four ballistic missiles and Balite seamen missiles.

“At least four other systems are under development. The development program is taking place in a dynamic phase, with long-range land and sea missiles for possible deployment emerging over the next decade,” he said.

Kristensen and Norris said the Agni-2 two-stage solid fuel-mobile-rail, an improvement on the Agni-1, which can deliver a nuclear or conventional head of more than 2 000 km is probably headed west, center and south from China.

While Agni-4 is able to reach targets in most of China from northeastern India (including Beijing and Shanghai), India is also developing Agni-5, three-tier solid fuels, mobile train near a missile Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of carrying an explosive charge of more than 5,000 kilometers (3,100 extra miles), he said.

“The additional scope will allow Indian military to establish Agni-5 bases in central and southern India, away from China,” said the research work.