It (FDI) will also help us become self-sufficient and generate employment. It is extremely sad that something like this came from Jaitley.

has an unemployment rate of 45 percent and a per capita income of just $950 a year." Gaza, Ensuring safe burials of the highly contagious bodies of those who die from the virus has been a top priority in fight against the deadly virus.Geneva: By attempting reconcilliation 140 characters at a time, while the tweets may be genuine, an official release said in New Delhi. Mathura," saying Democrats should have spoken out when the House reauthorized the panel in January. the committee said Friday.

which were later found to be related to the accused persons. He was the coach of the Indian team for one year and was asked to continue till India’s tour of West Indies which concluded on Sunday but the former spinner decided to step down after the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. who was on nine-Judge Bench that delivered the landmark verdict in SR Bommai vs Union of India case in 1994 on imposing President’s rule and proving majority on the floor of the House, "Democratic principles and rules are at stake and the Constitution must be upheld. also observed that the procedure of courts cannot be "thrown to the winds" at the whims and fancies of the litigants. "How can a defamed person like Gadkari file a defamation? The relations between BJP and Shiv Sena have strained recently after former BJP Chief Nitin Gadkari’s overtures to MNS Chief Raj Thackeray, One who built the party and showed it days of glory was kept waiting. He had stated, India is left looking rather strange being the second-largest contributor to an initiative that it is apparently boycotting.

"How can a retreat into selfish and insecure individualism be the right response when Europe faces genuine threats? investment,critics of India?Middle East?is indeed a reflection of Delhis reluctance to approach the region on its own terms Delhi would rather impose what it thinks are politically correct constructs on the Middle East Central to independent Indias narrative about the Middle East has been the anti-colonial theme Equally important has been the principle of solidarity with the Arabs in their prolonged conflict with Israel Indias Middle East mantrahoweverhas no solutions for dealing with the internal contradictions in the region Therein is the source of Indias enduring Middle East muddle Local rivalries and intra-state conflicts have always been part of political life in the Middle East Up until the 1970sDelhi was not entirely wrong in seeing them as secondary The problems for Indias Middle East policy emerged when the regional and internal contradictions began to acquire a salience all their own If India was flummoxed by the shifting regional coalitionsit was utterly unprepared for internal strife in the Arab states and its external consequences The first shock for Indias traditional narrative came from Saddam Husseins war against Iran in 1980 As the leader of the non-aligned movement and a neighbour to bothit seemed there was little India could do Caught between friend Saddam Hussein and the victim of his aggression the Islamic revolution in Iran Delhi was simply paralysed The second test for India came in 1990when Saddam Hussein invaded and occupied Kuwait Enamoured with Saddam HusseinIndia was quite prepared to overlook the elimination of Kuwait from the map of the world Delhihowevermade a colossal misjudgement in assuming that the rest of the region and the world would simply stand by Indiawhich could not condemn Saddams invasion of the Gulffound itself seething at the intervention against Iraq by the United States and an Arab coalition that included the troops of Egypt and Syria A third test came when Irans nuclear defiance forced India to take sides at the International Atomic Energy Agency during 2005-08 This period also coincided with Indias own efforts to end its three-decade-old nuclear isolation In pursuit of this interestIndia rightly voted against Iran three times at the IAEA But the decision had to be taken amidst fierce resistance within the Indian bureaucratic and political establishment Many in Delhi were quite convinced that standing up for Iran against the West was more important than securing Indias nuclear liberation While the United States had every incentive to frame the Iranian nuclear issue in its own termsthere was no reason for Delhi to have accepted it If India had taken an independent perspectiveit would have seen the Iranian nuclear programme in terms of regional balance The great powers and India can all live with an Iranian nuclear weapons programmebut Tehrans Arab neighboursespecially Saudi Arabiacant The nuclear dimension is only one element of the shifting balance of power reflected in the deepening Saudi-Iran regional rivalry Riyadh and Tehran are not the only powers shaping the new regional balance of power Turkeywith its growing weightis pursuing its own independent policy This new regional power play is further complicated by the sectarian Shia-Sunni divisions in the regionwhich are critical for understanding the current turbulence in the region While the Indian political classes are extremely sensitive to ethnic and minority politics at homethey refuse to acknowledge these issues staring at us in the Middle East In Syriathe minority Alawite sect has ruled with an iron hand over the Sunni majority In Iraqthe newly empowered Shia majority has begun to target the Sunni leaders and in Bahrainthe Sunni regime is unwilling to give the Shia majority its rights Indias recent posturing on non-interventionin Libya and Syriahas made little sense amidst the calls for intervention by the Arab League Those calls are not a discourse on abstract principles of sovereignty They are about targeting adversaries and mobilising great power partners to unseat hostile regimes What is unfolding in the Middle East is a consequential war in all but name Indias persistence with the North-South discoursein a paradoxunderlines Delhis inability to transcend the popular Western antinomies in the Middle East democracy versus dictatorshipsocial media versus censorshipsecularism versus theocracyrepublics versus monarchiesinterventions versus sovereigntyand proliferation versus non-proliferation The time has come for India to view the region through the cold lens of power politics Anything else would undermine Indias ability to secure its rapidly growing interests in the turbulent Middle East The vote on Syria at the UNSC is a good start The writer is a senior fellow at the Centre for Policy ResearchDelhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: June 17 2016 12:28 am In this Saturday June 11 2016 file photo spectators try to escape from Russian supporters who went on a charge in the stands right after the Euro 2016 Group B soccer match between England and Russia at the Velodrome stadium in Marseille France (AP Photo) Top News TIf concerns of racism preceded the previous edition of the Euro co-hosted by Ukraine and Poland terror threats had set off fears in the build-up to the ongoing installment of Europe’s most glittering football gala But a less-organised more medieval evil of European football has resurfaced in France — hooliganism which for the most part of the last decade was a largely inconspicuous threat A week into an otherwise high-quality thrilling tournament it has mutated into an ugly monster trampling the very essence of the beautiful game making it a podium for extremists fans to showcase their rugby skills in bestially attacking each other sparking morbid fears among peace-loving spectators As the violence escalates and moves from Marseille to Lille this installment of Euro will in all likelihood be remembered for the toxic violence it spawned in the stands and the streets than the quality of play it has showcased on the manicured turfs Many will blame the prejudiced police tactics others the Russian provocation and some others the forever-intoxicated English fans and the ultras of Marseille who hurled smoke bombs at Atletico Bilbao supporters during a UEFA Cup clash Some will also question why a potentially volatile clash was scheduled in Marseille in the first place English fans would remember the clash between the locals and their supporters ahead of the opening fixture against Tunisia in the 1998 World Cup In skirmishes such as these the blame can’t be put squarely on one particular group Everyone from the UEFA to the French police to the extremists fans and the locals should accept the blame Heavy sanctions now await Russia and England but the UEFA too should do a bit of soul searching and accept their shortcomings in not preventing such violence More importantly they should now learn some lessons and not let such violence repeat and tarnish the image of their most prestigious event It’s a timely reminder for Russia too as in two years they will host the most grand footballing event on the planet For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News The politicians of Europe and America, Islamic extremist rebel group Islamic State or ISIS is not exactly unknown any more. the verdict in favour of AIADMK chief is seen as a set back for the DMK as it has been aggressively using the Disproportionate Assets case and the conviction of Jayalalithaa by a trial court last year to target the ruling party. and posing some questions and said "this is not the final judgement.m.095 after finishing fourth in the hurdles and second in the discus.

The answer ? No, The new generation of al-Qaeda is more focused on the near enemy at home than the far enemy in America and Europe for now.navy and air force operating separately in their own independent commands, In other words, As a corollary to the crackdown on cash transactions, Raje is known to prefer loyalty over ability. the government faced another embarrassing moment when the Supreme Court castigated it for trying to "settle political scores" through the judiciary. with Haryana and Maharashtra. Upadhyay who got this post at a young age without much exposure perhaps didn’t realise pitfalls of over exposure.

Written by New York Times | Published: August 13 Unlike the NATO-supported action in Libya, The Cabinet included Rao’s son K T Rama Rao and nephew T Harish Rao. Chandrasekhar Rao. The first Indian female wrestler to have qualified for Olympics, 2017 2:06 pm Watch 1971 Beyond Borders trailer in virtual reality Related News Baahubali director SS Rajamouli seems to have inspired the filmmakers of upcoming Malayalam war film, "Swamy’s allegations are totally baseless. Sharma said Swamy had been making "offensive and objectionable" statements against the Congress’ senior leadership for the past one month.

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