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want fo be start but th Page 1: India pitches for global action against terrorism . Sponsors of terrorism and safe havens for terrorists should face all possible pressure from the international community, Prime Minister said, welcoming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during his visit to India y ha Addressing a press conference, the visiting dignitary said his country would share eintelligence with India and other countries that were willing to fight terrorism A joint statement mentioned the attack, saying both leaders "condemned, in the strongest terms, the recent terrorist attack on Indian security forces on 14 February, 2019, in Pulwama in Jammu and Kashmir." The Crown Prince said ties with India were in the blood of the Saudi people. ink h cause ferent . "We have common goals in energy and agriculture and we will diversify this spirit to other pu sectors," he said. The MEA announced that on request from the Indian leader the Crown Prince ordered the release of850 prisoners from Saudi jails before his visit came to an end. Saudi Arabia said it had achieved many goals in petrochemical sector since 2016 which also uy, Ivis kand stay had a potential for investing $100 billion
want fo be start but th A joint statement issued at the end of the visit, agreed to expedite the work for the $44 billion West Coast Refinery and Petrochemical Project. . The visit is the first by the Saudi dignitary who is known to have brought in a new vision to the oil-rich economy . reeMr. Modi described Saudi Arabia as one of India's most valuable strategic partners The joint statement urged for early adoption of the UN Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism and pitched for "comprehensive sanctioning of terrorists and their organisations by the UN." Both sides also resolved to create a "Comprehensive Security Dialogue" consisting of cause ferent Both National Security Advisers and set up a Joint Working Group on Counter Terrorism. Both sides also launched a Strategic Partnership Council that will be led by the Prime Minister , and the Crown Prince. During the visit of Mohammed Bin Salman, SaudiArabia joined the International Solar Alliance (ISA). Parrshin Counciltihat wil h and the Crown Prine kand stay .
want fo be start but th Page 10: Terror attack horrible: Trum U.S. President Donald Trump has described as "horrible" the deadly terror attack by the Jaish-e-Mohammed in Pulwama, as his administration offered full support to India to combat terrorism and asked Islamabad to punish anyone responsible for the "heinous act". rump told that it would be "wonderful" if the two South Asian neighbours gotalong. rev . At a separate news conference, the State Department said the U.S. had been in close communication with the Indian government "to express not only our condolences but our strong support." 95 ink h The US called on all countries to uphold their responsibilities pursuant to the United Nations Security Council resolutions to deny safe haven and support for terrorists The U.S. said it was committed to working with India, the Indian government, and on these p counter-terrorism efforts, both bilaterally and multilaterally, including at the United Nations as it has a close, cooperative relationship with India, a security relationship, and that included counter-terrorism operations kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 10: French envoy confirms push against Jaish chief Ambassador of France to India Alexandre Ziegler said that his country was pushing to put Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar on the UN sanctions list. . This will be the second time that France will put forth its proposal at the United Nations. In 2017, France, supported by the United States and the United Kingdom, had moved a reve proposal at the UN Sanctions Committee 1267 to get Azhar declared as a global terrorist, but it was blocked by China. India's attempts to list Azhar at the UN Security Council have been repeatedly blocked by China at the behest of Pakistan. . cause ferent JeM had claimed responsibility for the February 14 Pulwama terror attack in which 40 CRPIF personnel lost their lives pu kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 10: Wuzhen meet to discuss attack India and China are expected to hold their first high-level talks on the Pulwama terror attack on February 27, when External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj meets her counterparts from Beijing and Moscow in Wuzhen. So far, Chinese officials have interacted with their Indian counterparts in the UN to discuss rev he the Pulwama incident. Chinese Foreign Ministry stressed that the three Foreign Ministers would pursue the "consensus" reached in November by the leaders of the three countries during their informal meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Argentina. Asked what additional proof China required to impose a UN ban on JeM leader Masood Azhar, China said it was aware that 1267 committee of the Security Council has clear rules pui of procedure when it comes to designation of terrorists and terrorist organisations, and o this issue, it would adopt a constructive attitude to work with all sides ink h cause ferent PLI kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 10: NIA takes over Pulwama case, names Jaish in FIR . The National Investigation Agency (NIA) took over the probe in the Pulwama terror attack case and named Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in the First Information Report. A senior official said Jaish chief Masood Azhar has not been named in the FIR as yet, as it rev he was only a preliminary report and the NIA was only re-registering the case filed by the J&K police. His role in the attack is being actively investigated. Meanwhile, India's High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria met Home Minister Rajnath Singh and is learnt to have briefed him about the efforts made by India to isolatene Pakistan globally in the wake of the terror attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel on February cause ferent PLI An official said that there was no point in giving any more dossiers to Pakistan on the involvement of Pakistan-based terror outfits in attacks here. kand stay In the past, they have not acted on any such document. He said India will convince the rest of the world about Pakistan's role in the Pulwama attack
want fo be start but th Page 7: Tejas, world's lightest fighter, is 'battle ready' Mark I (MkI) Tejas, the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) designed and developed in India, overcame its last hurdle by finally bagging what is called the FOC certification. The FOC or final operational clearance, coming on the first day of Aero India 2019, certifies ree that the world's lightest fighter plane is ready for battle." Ready to start . Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is also ready to start producing 16 LCAs in the improved FOC version, HAL Chairman and Managing Director (C&MD) R.Madhavan said. The first 16 are almost fully delivered. With an LCA prototype in the background, Secretary, Defence R&D, Dr. G. Satheesh Reddy, declared the aircraft FOC compliant ink h cause ferent pu kand stay
want fo be start but th Page 7: Where are the green crackers: SC Four months after it banned polluting firecrackers, the Supreme Court realised that the concept of non-polluting 'green crackers' remains a non-starter, while its ban has affected the livelihood of four lakh workers and resulted in the closure of 974 firecracker units in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, alone. reve.The SC questioned the Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) and the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) on green crackers. The court refused to accept submissions that the finalisation of the formula for green crackers and passing it on to manufacturers would take another three months. . . Justice Sikri said the October 23 ban and the insistence on green crackers were meant to stop cause t ferent pollution and, at the same time, ensure that livelihoods were not affected. He observed that the court had ordered the ban under the belief that a formula for non-polluting crackers was in place. PLI On October 31, the Supreme Court had, on an application from Tamil Nadu, clarified that kand stay only green crackers could be made henceforth across the country. This meant that no polluting crackers could be made after the factories sent out the existing stock. The mandatory manufacture and sale of green crackers was implemented in the National Capital Region with immediate effect from last year itself.
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