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Pakistan will release Abhinandan today The Hindu Page 1 It is a peace gesture, Adds that he doesn't Says he tried to contac No talks till action on says PM Imran Khan want escalation of tensions PM Modi on Wednesday terror outfits, says India FIRST SIGNS OF BORDER DE-ESCALATIONI US AND SAUDI STEP IN TO DEFUSE CRISIS Release Relief ndian Express Page Pakistan climbs down, says wil return IAF pilot today They sent Pulwama dossier today two days after launching an attack. Question is could they not have sent it earlier and if Pakistan had not acted upon it, then taken action against us? But we realise this is because of their elections IMRAN KHAN, Pakistan Prime Minister
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that Indian Air Force pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, now in Pakistan's custody, would be released on Friday "As a peace gesture, we are releasing the captured Indian pilot tomorrow," he told a joint session of Parliament. "We also sent a message to him. This wasn't due to any weakness. Our forces are battle-hardened but we don't want escalation." O On Thursday evening, the IAF said it was "extremely happy" Asked whether the IAF saw the release as a goodwill gesture by Pakistan, he said: "We only see it as a gesture in consonance with all Geneva conventions." Rejecting the Pakistan Prime Minister's latest offer of talks, New Delhi said it was waiting for "immediate credible and verifiable" action from Pakistan, first against terror groups, including the Jaish-e Mohammad, on which the Ministry of External Affairs had sent a dossier on Wednesday.
India pr sents proof of The Hindu Page 1 downe 2-1 India's Exhibit A: Debris of AMRAAM missile that Indian Express Page 1 denia
The AIM-120 Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) missile, manufactured by American firm Raytheon, is available in many variations, and has been sold to many countries including Taiwan, Finland, the UAE, Turkey and Pakistan. This missile can The evidence is critical to es- tablishing use of the F-16s in the air strike since the US, which sold the fighter jets to Pakistan, does not allow these platforms to be used in_an offensive role, India had strongly opposed the S decisiontosellei decision to sell eight F-16s to Pakistan in 2016, which also om F.16s whichcould not pass the m are among the aircraft of the PAF Congress for Foreign Military Funding.This meant thatthe or der was never placed.
When Islamabad dialled interlocutors IP from maior countries z AMRAAM missiles allow a across the world, in- fighter pilot to target an enemy aircraft that is bevond visual range, in day or night, and in all cluding the P-5 on a Wednesday, it told them that India was lanning three offen- weather conditions. The AM RAAMhas anautonomous guid- sive actions moving Naval ance capability, which allows shipstowards Karacni; planning the pilot to manoeuvre imme diately after missile launch to launch ballistic missiles and amassing troops along the India- Pak border.
ESTIMATES, GROWTH Slowdown in farm and manufacturing pushes GDP groth esetanten 2018-192018-19 2017-18 Second Advance Advance estimateestimate First April-June July-September October-December January-March GDP(full year) Source: CSo) 7.1 7.0 7.7 8.3 7.2 xpress 7.2 7.0 According to the new methodology followed by CSO, the GDP is calculated by adding product taxes to the Gross Value Added (GVA)at basic prices,and removing subsidies. Growth irn terms of GVA at basic prices has been estimated at 6.3 per cent for October-December quarter as against 7.3 per cent during the corresponding quarter in INDIA'S ECONOMY grew at the slowest pace in six quarters at 6.6 per cent in October-December, the third quarter of this financial year, dragged down by the base effect and a combination ofweak manufacturing and farm growth data released by Central Statistics Office (CSO) showed Thursday.
Jamaat-e-Islami (J&K), is banned, Govt savs it is in New Delhi underlines: No deal, act on terror Indian Express Pa close touch With militants BEHIND-THE-SCENE DIPLOMACY THAT SET DE-ESCALATION ROLLING Pak worked phones, rang alarm bells -but how it vas nudged to yield in India's favour Indian Express Pa Won't sing Vande Mataram, Shariat does noFperafCong MLA
ump-Kim talks collapse ed entfrety an The U.S.-North Korea nu- clear summit ended abrupt- ly without a deal on Thurs- day, with President Donald Trump saying that he had decided to "walk"in the face of Kim Jong-un's de- mand for dropping sanc- tions. 23
Supreme ourt stays eviction of tribals, forest-dwellers KRISHNADA AGOPALBut the Bench led bv lus tices Navin Sinha and M.R. iection orders. unrealis The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed its February 13 order directing the eviction of lakhs of the Scheduled Tribes and other traditional forest-dwellers, whose claims for forest land rights have been rejected under the Forest Rights Act, 2006 ."the mighty and the undeserving," who had encroached on forest lands, would be shown no mercy.
Forest Rights Act 2006 [My Notes] The Act lists the rights which shall be the forest rights of the forest dwelling Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers. These forest rights are: 1) Right to hold and live in the forest land under the individual or common occupation for habitation or for self-cultivation for livelihood 2) Community rights o nistar including those used in erstwhile Princely States, Zamindari or such intermediary regimes; o fish and other products of water bodies, o grasing (both settled or transhumant) and 3) right of ownership, access to collect/use/dispose of minor forest produce which has beern 4) rights for conversion of Pattas or leases or grants issued by any local authority or any state 5) rights of settlement and conversion of all forest villages, old habitation, unsurveyed villages o traditional seasonal resource access of nomadic or pastoralist communities traditionally collected within or outside village boundaries; government on forest lands to titles; and other villages in forests, whether recorded, notified or not into revenue villages;
El Ni o rising: will it affect Indian monsoon NOAA said weak El Ni o conditions hadal decrease rainfall. Bu we need lo wait for two- to seve ear cycle, with a strong The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the United States recently announced the development of a weak El Ni o in the equatorial Pacific Ocean that was expected to continue for a few months at least. Significance: OThe status of El Ni o at this time of the year is usually the first indication of the kind of rainfall that is to be expected during the monsoon season later in the year. El Ni o Dis a phenomenon in which surface temperatures in the equatorial Pacific Ocean see an unusual rise. Over the years, it has been found to have a strong bearing on monsoon rainfall in India. While warmer temperatures are known to suppress monsoon rainfall, the opposite phenomenon of La Ni a has been found to be helpful in bringing good rainfall.
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