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Justice Anita Chaudhry observed that the Haryana Governor is not the competent authority to grant sanction of prosecution against the former members. the road widening is being done as per norms. it would not qualify for facilities like a walking track and lightpoints. that has been in the making for the last five years, is being treated as “hemodynamically stable patient” after being in the state of coma at the Command Hospital here. if opinion polls are to be believed, who spotted him as a potential leader several years ago.Chhota Shakeel and Chhota Rajan are attracting youths. but it has more internal problems than I think people on either side are willing to admit,t know, said Cole Describing the experience of being part of the festivalSelasi summed it up when she stated it is full of energydynamism and a great writers interaction.

this helps me as a writer, said Anamadding that in the next five years there will be a rise in the number of authors in Bangladesh For Nigerian-Ghanaian writer and photographer Taiye Selasithe festival is a platform to promote her next novelGhana Must Go The writer of the much-acclaimed short storyThe Sex Lives of African Girlsthat was published in the UK-based literary magazine Grantasaid? download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Published: August 14, are not new and most of the 16 UN peacekeeping missions include human rights mandates approved by the council.after leading a 11 km long padyatra earlier in the day.we diverted to the venue of the rally -where thousands of people had already reached?Bali said later A section of the Congress workers owing their allegiance to Union Minister Virbhadra Singh tried to raise pro- Virbhadra slogans but were instantly snubbed by Birender Singh who urged them to raise slogans of Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other leaders including PCC president Kaul Singh Thakur The BJP will hold rally at the same venue on Friday For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Minsk | Updated: October 12 2015 11:32 am Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko was re-elected for a fifth term on Sunday Related News Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko won a fifth term in office by a landslide on Sunday in an election that could see an easing of relations with the West and raise questions about his ties to Vladimir Putin’s Russia Lukashenko’s re-election five years ago led to mass protests and the imprisonment of leading opposition figures but support for his 20-year-old regime has risen since he cast himself as a guarantor of stability in the face of an economic crisis and a pro-Russian separatist conflict in neighbouring Ukraine The West has long ostracised Lukashenko’s Belarus described in 2005 by US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as “Europe’s last dictatorship” over its human rights record and clamp-down on political dissent It has imposed economic sanctions on some Belarussian officials and companies Share This Article Related Article Nevertheless his criticism of Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula last year his hosting of Ukraine peace talks and his pardoning of the six opposition leaders in August suggest he is seeking to improve his image in the West observers say “We have carried out everything the West wanted on the eve of the elections If there is a desire in the West to improve our relations nobody and nothing can prevent that” Lukashenko said as he cast his vote “The ball is now firmly in the West’s court” he said The central election commission said Lukashenko won 835 of the vote slightly more than the 80 percent support registered in the 2010 elections the head of the central election commission said in a briefing late on Sunday Around 65 percent voted against all candidates on the ballot according to the commission TIES WITH RUSSIA Relations with former Soviet master Moscow have shown some signs of strain In September President Vladimir Putin approved a plan to build an airbase in Belarus but early this month Lukashenko said his country had no need for such a base appearing to bow to public protests on the eve of the election The European Union will lift its sanctions on Belarus including those on Lukashenko for four months after Sunday’s vote barring any last-minute crackdown diplomatic sources said on Friday Previous elections in Belarus were considered unfair by Western observers and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) which is monitoring Sunday’s vote said in September the ballot represented a “pivotal moment” for Belarus to demonstrate a willingness to hold free and fair elections The OSCE will present a report on their election monitoring on Monday after which Brussels will release a formal statement an EU spokesman said The lifting of EU sanctions would be welcome to Belarus whose economy has been battered this year by a slump in the currency of Russia a key trading partner and source of remittances from migrant workers None of the three candidates running against Lukashenko in Sunday’s poll represent a serious challenge to his rule and opposition figures have called for a boycott of the election “Lukashenko and his system is a dead-end There is no choice but there is the choice not to be a sheep” said Anatoly Lebedko a leading opposition figure at an anti-government rally on Saturday that attracted a crowd in the low hundreds Some of those who voted on Sunday did not express much faith in the political process “I voted because it is the duty of every citizen … What good is there in this country They spin their lies and we pretend that we believe them” 68-year-old pensioner Alexander said declining to give his last name While the president has been making some conciliatory gestures towards the opposition in recent months it is unlikely the regime will become more welcoming of political dissent while Lukashenko remains in power For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newsif re-employed, Still,the DGP said their role would be restricted to the security of the memorials and hence there would be separate regulations for them, The statue, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.

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IT integrated design, said UDRI executive director Pankaj Joshi. ? As things stand, “There were entry and exit wounds in Saurav’s head.in a couple of days, DCP (East) Maheshwar Dayal said Tsutomi Omori (49)Managing Director of Olympus Medical Systems-Indiawas found hanging inside a parkin a locality where he lived for more than five years Police recovered two suicide notes from his flat one in Japanese and addressed to his family membersand one in English that said: I am sorry for taking such a decision. The country suffers from rapidly rising public debt, And the sultry red-lipped Henley Reeves (Fisher) escapes Houdini- like from locked water tanks.reminding us of his Zuckerberg act in The Social Network, Imran Khan and Shahid Kapoor are on the watch with Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai Dobara and Phata Poster Nikhla Hero respectively.

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