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What US did is unethical but a need also. Think for a moment, what happened to those Kashmiri Pandits that got displaced? Have they got their place back. Put this example with any Of the migrant example. UNHRC is nothing but a stage to voice their opinions much like what we used to do in school. US walking out of HRC is a decision that is also going to affect positively for us to. Did you forget the Kashmir report? The point over here is with migrants running away from the base country why is there no strict military action on those countries. All UN HRC does is to have vocal conversations between nations, has it ever able to implement anyone recommendation it decided? Secondly, this US government is being directly run by bureaucrats, and will provide more positive to US then what media is trying to show. Yes there are unspeakable actions which should be condemned like the militant children scenario, but this should be done with a solution rather than just ‘speaking’ about it. Basically every time US walks out, it brings us to a simple question, which side of evil we wanna stand ?
Ramendra Thakur
8 months ago
If you are really serious to have a peaceful ethical environment, the first thing should be abandoning of military forces or reduction in defence sector in nation’s budget whoever deemed to be a member of UN HRC. Also United Nations should be provided more Armed Forces so as to eradicate evil which made these migrants run away from their home country.
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why r u telling PRESIDENT's RULE ?...........again & again . It is GOVERNER's RULE. Is it possible to impose PRESIDENT's RULE in J&K WITHOUT WAR like situation?
Sir what exactly mean by jurisdiction of constitution of India.... Means these financial defense, communication etc controlled by who...... 😐
Sir what exactly mean by jurisdiction of constitution of India.... Means these financial defense, communication etc controlled by who...... 😐
Sambhuti Prakash
8 months ago
the laws and matters under these subjects(defense, communication, finance and foreign relations) to be dealt by Government of India. rest are dealt by the constitution of j&K.
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  4. Important News Articles Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the base tth Page 1: BoM chief held for giving loans to fraud-accused real estate group Page 1: U.S. quits UN human rights body Page 10 News: U.S. exits from UN human rights body re Page 1: 'Thoothukudi in for a catastrophe' Page 10 News: 'Thoothukudi in for a catastrophe' Page 2: Rajasthan focuses on waterbodies Page 2: Centre urged to withdraw appeal Page 2: Compensation raised Page 3: Odisha to regularise illegal constructions Page 6 Nation: Shillong bags Smart City tag Page 6 Nation: India, South Korea to align policies for Southeast Asia Page 7 Nation: India's first river interlinking project caught in U.P.-M.P. tussle lag nt ay s Page 7 Nation: Survey of 'disputed' land in Shillong begins Page 10 News: PM reaffirms promise to raise farm income Page 10 News: China offers to boost ties between India and Pakistan


  5. Important News Articles (Taking Delhi/Noida edition as the base) tth Page 10 News: Court orders arrest of Mallya Page 10 News: Reimagine Marxism for our times' Page 11 News: India contests overstayers' figures re Page 11 News: Congress seeks fair election Page 12 World: Oli's China visit to focus on connectivity Page 12 World: Kim, Xi agree on resolution of key issues Page 12 World: Trump order to end separation of families Page 13 Business: Bhutan central bank warns citizens not to hold Indian currency in cash Page 13 Business: Rising oil prices to hit private consumption, says Urjit Patel Page 13 Business: Committed to Al divestment: Sinha Page 13 Business: GST on fuel may not be 'pure', says official Page 13 Business: Govt. clears 38,062 cr. in GST refunds lag nt ay


  6. t to HosSSIRUd AP O GOVERNOR'S RULE APPROVED IN J&K President has approved imposition of Governor's rule in Jammu and Kashmir with immediate effect. Vohra takes charge in J&K, reviews security situation This is the eighth time J & K is coming under Governor's rule, the first being in 1977 Article 370 of the Constitution of India states mnc u. Win o Issues proclamation to impose Governor's rule: Assembly in suspended animation re Not guided by electoral concerns: BJP PEERZADA ASHIQ that Parliament of India and the Union Government iurisdiction extends over limited matters with respect to State of Jammu and Governor N.N. Vohra took over the reins of the admi- nistration in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, a day after coalition partners Peoples Democratic Party and the BJP parted ways. NISTULA HEBBAR e ar k h Bharatiya Janata Party gen- ent Kashmir, and in all other matters not specifically vested in federal governments, He reviewed security pre- paredness in the militancy hit State. eral secretary in charge of Madhav emphatically de Jammu and Kashmir Rambo A Raj Bhavan spokesman said Mr. Vohra issued the actions have to be supported by state legislaturpt r nied that there were elec toral considerations be hind his party pulling out vernor's rule under Section Hard times: Security personnel deployed at Lal Chowk 92 of the Constitution of J&K, in Srinagar on Wednesday, NISSAMAD immediately after geting the Presidents approval. BVR Subrahmanyam as sitive establishments and in of the alliance govemment in the State. ind Instead, Mr. Madhav said the decision was dic He asked representatives tated by "national interest of all the security forces to and the deteriorating se stallations. He placed the Legislative Assembly under suspended animation Chief Secretary in place of B.B. Vyas. Mr. Vyas and former Se nior Security Adviser, Union identify existing gaps and curity situation. Ministry of Home Affairs, Vi ensure coordinated action In an interview to The The Governor heldmetjay Kumar, have been ap on the ground for prompt Hindu, Mr. Madhav went ing with senior administra- pointed Advisers to the Go and strong counterterror into the reasons for the break-up while at the same The Cnyornor caldor The meting aloretime defendine the fnrma Kept in abeyance tive officers and key officials vernor. responses. tis


  7. want teo he starting Matters related to defence, foreign relations, communication and finance of Jammu and Kashmir are under iurisdiction of the Constitution of India Majority of matters are governed by the state constitution of J & K, thus becoming the only state in India which has a constitution of its own at thh While President's rule is imposed in other states of India under Article 356 of the Constitution, Governor's rule is imposed In J & K under the state constitution. re he Article 356 of the Indian Constitution President's rule can be imposed in a state on receipt of report from the Governor of the State or otherwise that a situation has arisen in which the government of the State cannot be carried on in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution. Under the provision of Section 92 of the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution, Governor's rule is imposed for six months, but only after the consent of the President of India e ar k h ent Under the Governor's rule, the State Assembly is either kept in suspended animation or dissolved. If it is not possible to restore the state machinery before the expiry of the six-month period, the provision is extended tis that


  8. Page 1: BoM chief held for giving loans to fraud-accused real estate group .In a crackdown on alleged corruption among at thh bank officials, the police on Wednesday arrested the chief executive of state-run lender re Bank of Maharashtra (BoM) and his immediate he predecessor as well as one executive director., apart from other officials. The police arrested six persons, including BoM's MD & CEO and its former chairman and managing director (CMD), for allegedly misusing powers while extending loan to a real estate developer. e ar k h ent Arrested from Pune MD and CMD were arrested from Pune and khayaal ICICI Bar Jaipur respectively for advancing loans to the 2,000 crore fraud-accused DS. Kulkarni group in 'violation of norms.' ayaal aapka an tis that


  9. want teo he starting Page 1: U.S. quits UN human rights bod . The United States announced its withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council at thh (UNHRC) terming it "hypocritical and self-serving." U.S. Secretary of State and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations blamed the UNHRC for bias against Israel and refusing to eject members who are violators of human rights Announcing the decision at the State Department, the officials named Russia, China, Cuba and heEgypt for thwarting U.S. efforts to reform the Council. The UNHRC has been among the targets of President Donald Trump's politics against global organisations and treaties Under his presidency, the US. has withdrawn from the UN. climate treaty and the UNESCO. e ar ent Fact check: UNHRC was founded in 2006. Then President George W. Bush was dismissive of the body. Under President Barack Obama, the U.S. joined it in 2009. . tis that


  10. Page 10 News: U.S. exits from UN human rights bod . The 47 members are elected to serve three-year terms on the Council. The U.N. body also focused on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir in a report recently. Venezuela, China, Cuba and the Democratic Republic of Congo were the countries that were named, but Saudi Arabia, a close ally of the Trump administration and a member of the UNHRC . Paccused of human rights violations was not mentioned. he. The latest confrontation between the U.S. and UNHRC followed the body's criticism of Israel in the aftermath of the recent killing of protesters in the Gaza Strip. The U.S. decision also comes against the backdrop of global criticism of the Trump administration's policy of separating children and parents detained for illegally entering the U.S. UN human rights chief asked to halt America's "unconscionable" policy 2 .Sequence of events in this case: US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital in u December 2017


  11. want teo he starting .Background: May 2018 at thh Israel railed against the U.N. Human Rights Council as it voted to set up a probe into recent killings in Gaza and accused Israel of excessive use of force The resolution to send a commission of inquiry to investigate was rejected by the United States re and Australia, but backed by 29 members of the 47-state U.N. forum. Another 14 countries, including Britain, Germany and Japan, abstained Israel's ambassador in Geneva, Aviva Raz Shechter, castigated the council for "spreading lies against Israel" during "five hours of ludicrous statements". e ar k h ent The UN human rights chief says Israel used "wholly disproportionate" force against Palestinian border protests which have left over 100 people dead. Zeid Raad al-Hussein told a meeting in Geneva that Gazans were effectively "caged in a toxic slum" and Gaza's occupation by Israel had to end Israel's ambassador said Gaza's militant Islamist rulers had deliberately put people in harm's way . stay The UN's Human Rights Council voted to set up an independent investigation. tis


  12. want teo he starting Background: The UNESCO, which designates world heritage spots, accorded recognition in 2011 to Palestine as its 195th member. Lake Tiberia at thh WEST BANK Tiberias & GAZA Haifa Nazareth Under Israeli occupation ISRAEL ELoAtula since 1967 1949 Armistice Ever since, controversies over the historical re s of the region's religious symbols, that he have divided the Palestinian Authority and (Green Line Palestinian Authority Israeli control Wall/fence Roads Tulkarm Israell settiement Israel, have come into sharp focus. Washington, long opposed to the admission of Palestine to world bodies until the question of TelAvm@.t E&ESTBANK Tel Avivo e ar k h ent 10 20m its UN membership was resolved, promptly 0 10 20 30 km Jerusalem slashed funding, amounting to about a quarter of UNESCO's annual budget. em/ The 2012 elevation to a non-member observer Gaz Gat GAZA status at the UN came as a shot in the arm for Palestinians demanding separate statehood. Beersheba EGYPT that en thec


  13. want teo he starting : Page 1: 'Thoothukudi in for a catastrophe, at thh .Vedanta, the holding company of Sterlite Copper, has claimed that at least eight tanks of sulphuric acid left unattended in its sealed copper smelter plant in Thoothukudi could lead to a catastrophe. The company also claimed that the sulphuric acid leak, which was detected and described as "minor" by Thoothukudi Collector, could have been an act of sabotage, with minimal security posted at the unit. In a petition before the Madras HC (Madurai Bench) seeking immediate restoration of electricity supply to Sterlite Copper, the company said other inflammable materials needed to be removed immediately. he. e ar k h ent tis that


  14. want teo he starting Page 10 News: 'Thoothukudi in for a catastrophe' at thh A continuous monitoring of the plant is necessary. If acid comes in contact with water, t will cause vigorous reactions. Following an inspection, the leak was found in the pipe flanges. The leak could not be arrested as the pipe flanges are submerged in the acid pool in the dykes te around the storage tank. The acid needs to be cleared immediately, the petition said. heIt sought the restoration of electricity to dispose of the inflammable materials, waste and chemicals Besides, it sought adequate manpower and security not only for removing the materials but also for continuous monitoring of the plant so that the extent of the leak could be assessed. The petition alleged that the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB), in a knee-jerk e ar k h ent reaction', without any prior notice issued an order to close and disconnect power supply. TNPCB had failed to verify if any production was on, the company claimed. TANGEDCO complied with the order for disconnection of power and then issued a notice to the company. This was against the stipulated statutory safeguards, the petition charged. It claimed that the immediate shutdown posed a threat to the employees and the environment as machines, raw materials including hazardous chemicals and products were stored inside the plant complex. Though a representation was made immediately, seeking at least a minimal restoration of power to maintain emergency services, it was not heeded, the petition alleged. . . tis


  15. want teo he starting Page 10 News: 'Thoothukudi in for a catastrophe' (contd.) at thh Powerless to act Without electricity emergency support services such as fire hydrants, acid circulation pumps and other safety systems which store gases, liquids, oils, acids and resin cannot be operated. It would also not be possible to use storm and effluent water pumps, in case heavy rains were to . P flood the plant, the company alleged he . Taking up the petition for hearing, a Division Bench of Justices adjourned the case to June 25 after Additional Advocate General sought time to get instructions in this regard e ar k h ent tis that


  16. want teo he starting Page 2: Centre urged to withdraw appeal at thh Punjab Chief Minister urged the Centre to withdraw its appeal in the Punjab and Haryana High Court against the award of compensation to those arrested and detained in the Jodhpur prison following the 'Operation Bluestar' in 1984. Central government is appealed to pay, without further delay, half the compensation amount of 4.5 crore that was awarded by the District and Sessions Court of Amritsar in April last year. In a letter to Union Home Minister, the Chief Minister said the central government's appeal against the compensation had evoked a strong reaction amongst the Sikh community re he. e ar k h ent tis that


  17. want teo he starting Page 2: Compensation raised . The Punjab government on Wednesday raised the compensation for damaged crops due to bad at thh weather from 78,000 to 12,000 per acre. 2.000 per acre for damaged The state government has enhanced the compensation from 8.000 to crops from 76 to 100 per cent damaged due to inclement weather. . PThe enhanced compensation will be big relief for the farmers, he said adding, that the order wil he come into effect from June 2017. e ar k h ent tis that


  18. Page 3: Odisha to regularise illegal constructions The Odisha government announced an amnesty scheme for unauthorised construction undertaken in nine major urban centres across the State Paradip, Kalinganagar, Rourkela and Talcher-Angul-Meramundali, an unauthorised construction can be regularised if it meets the fire safety requirements under the provisions of Odisha Fire Prevention and Safety Rules, 2017 .Also, the building has to be structurally safe, should not affect public interest or safety or interfere la with any public activities, nor should it contradict provisions of any other Act, rules and regulations. Compounding charges .Residential buildings (non-high-rise) constructed over an area of up to 300 sq. m can be regularised it with 100% ground coverage on payment of applicable compounding charges. .For clinical establishments, the Housing and Urban Development Department said, the minimum ' requirement of access road would be reduced to six metres if the establishment has a plot size above 200 sq. m and up to 1,000 sq. m The applications have to be accompanied by self-assessed compounding fee, as per the rates prescribed, and the same will be deposited with the development authority concerned in one instalment only . .The funds collected under this scheme would be spent on development of parking infrastructure in the nine centres.


  19. want teo he starting Page 7 Nation: India's first river interlinking project caught in U.P.-M.P. tussle at thh Land acquisition, water sharing issues impede Ken-Betwa project Disagreements over water-sharing and difficulty in acquiring non-forest land impede the 18,000- crore Ken- Betwa river interlink project. The project, which involves deforesting a portion of the Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh, ewas accorded clearance by the National Wildlife Board on the condition that the land lost would be he made good by acquiring contiguous, revenue land. This is to ensure that wildlife corridors in the region aren't hit. "The M.P. government has said that they are facing major difficulties over this e ar Unlikely this year k h Another hurdle is a dispute over how Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh - the two beneficiaries will share water in the Rabi season These "major" issues made it quite unlikely that the project will get under way this year. .New points of differences between the two States are constantly being raked up there are still many things to be ironed out before the project can be sent for the [Union] Cabinet's approval Conceived as a two-part project, this is India's first river interlinking project. It is perceived as a model plan for similar interstate river transfer missions. tis


  20. want teo he starting Page 7 Nation: India's first river interlinking project caught in U.P.-M.P. tussle (contd . Phase 1 involves building a 77 m-tall and a 2 km-wide dam, the Dhaudhan dam, and a 230 km canal at thh to transfer extra water from the Ken river for irrigating 3.64 lakh hectares in the Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Originally, this phase envisaged irrigating 6,35,661 ha annually (3,69,881 ha in M.P. and 2,65,780 ha in U. P.). In addition, the project was to provide 49 million cubic metres (MCM) of water for en route drinking water supply, he 'No longer valid' While there's a 2005 agreement between Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh on how water would* be shared, Madhya Pradesh said last year that these assumptions were no longer valid and the only way to meet increased water requirements would be to include certain local water management projects the Kotha barrage, Lower Orr and Bina complex that were envisaged in the second phase of the project in the first phase. e ar ent In theory, this could mean a completely fresh environmental appraisal. The Central Water Commission is yet to officially take a call, though government sources say the Centre is agreeable to the change. However, new demands by Madhya Pradesh for more water during the Rabi season are yet to be negotiated. tis


  21. want teo he starting at thh Booster shot Key aspects of the #18,000 crore Ken Betwa river interlink project The Ken Betwa project will transfer Hamirpur surplus water from the Ken river to Jhansi Yamuna the Betwa basin to help irrigate the drought-prone Bundelkhand region re he lay Tikamgarh and the adjoining areas Banda The 230 km concrete canal will pass through Jhansi, Banda and Mahoba districts of U.P. and Tikamgarh, Panna and Chatarpur districts of M.P. Betwa Link canal- e ar k h Ken aitpur Chatarpur The project will Hazards: The also benefit U.P. project involves and M.P in terms deforesting a of meeting their portion of the irrigation and drinking water (approximately needs Panna BUNDELKHAND ind stay Sagar Panna Tiger reserve 10%) in MP. MAP SOURCE: NATIONAL WATER DEVELOPMENT AGENCY tis that


  22. want teo he starting Page 7 Nation: Survey of 'disputed land in Shillong begins (contd.) Against relocation at thh General secretary of Punjabi Lane's Gurdwara Committee, said the Dalit or Mazhabi Sikhs have been living there since 1853 when the British brought them as soldiers or sanitation workers He said "This used to be a wasteland owned by the Khasi royalty, who made an agreement with the Bish rulers and donated the land for our ancestors to stay. This is our land and we are not going anywhere,". Residents said real estate dealers and local leaders have been conspiring to eject them and build a shopping complex on the land e ar k h ent tis that en thec


  23. want teo he starting Page 10 News: PM reaffirms promise to raise farm income . At a time of acute agrarian distress, Prime Minister spoke in glowing terms of his government's at thh schemes and programmes in a video interaction with farmers from nine States. Reiterating the government's promise to double farmers' income by 2022, PM said the budget allocation for agriculture between 2014 and 2019 was 2.12 lakh crore, almost double the amount of 1.21 lakh crore, allocated in the previous five years by the UPA government. he Worry-free now Because of the government's efforts, farmers were now chinta mukt, or worry-free, protected from nature's fury by insurance schemes such as the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, PM said e ar .Farmers, speaking from Krishi Vigyan Kendras, also praised various government schemes, with themes by location, organic farming in Sikkim, fish farming in West Bengal and crop insurance in * Karnataka, for example. .The event was the seventh in a series of interactions the Prime Minister has been having with beneficiaries of various schemes .It was described as "a direct dialogue with farmers across the country, in which various initiatives related to doubling the income of farmers by 2022 will also be discussed. Of the 24 farmers who spoke to PM during the interaction, only one raised any concern regarding income tis


  24. want teo he starting Page 10 News: PM reaffirms promise to raise farm income (contd.) at thh A farmer who has been farming 15 acres of leased land for the past 20 years, told the Prime Minister that guidance on drip irrigation for his crop of melons had improved his returns. Noting the cauliflowers placed on the table in front of the farmer, the Prime Minister commented on their large size. Cost of inputs are going up every year, income remains a constant. . At that point, the Prime Minister cut him off with assurances that government initiatives were Publicitv trick . Several critics slammed the scripted nature of the event. "A meaningful interaction with farmers helping farmers on this issue, and asked if any other farmer had anything to say e ar would be to talk to those, whose family member committed suicide due to agrarian distress or those farmers who have a huge burden of debt. ent . It's a misnomer to call that an interaction. It was a pre-scripted TV show, the Prime Minister was u the anchor and the farmers were no more than props, Notice that no one asked the Prime Minister any questions," said Yogendra Yadav, president of Swaraj India party stay .He accused the Prime Minister of ignoring the reality of the agricultural crisis in the country, where farmers were unable to get minimum support prices for their crops, despite government promises. "In the past four years, the Prime Minister has not once uttered the words 'farmer suicide' and he did not do it today either." tis


  25. want teo he starting Page 10 News: PM reaffirms promise to raise farm income (contd. 'Publicity trick'(contd.) . Even while the Prime Minister was speaking on video this morning, 25 farmers in Tamil Nadu were at thh being arrested as they gathered to protest against the forced acquisition of farmland for the eight- lane Chennai-Salem highway," said joint secretary of the CPI(M)-affiliated All India Kisan Sabha. re he e ar k h ent tis that en thec


  26. want teo he starting Page 11 News: India contests overstayers' figures at thh India has questioned Britain's assessment of the number of Indians overstaying their visa in the U.K. and called for policies based on statistics, amid an ongoing controversy over Britain's failure to include Indian students in the relaxation of visa norms, and whether it was linked to India's failure to sign an MoU on the return of illegal immigrants. Exclusion slammed The exclusion of Indian students has also been condemned by the main political parties. There are many overstayers but where did this figure of 100,000 come from 100,000 is the figure that has regularly been cited as the British government's estimates for the number of Indians overstaving their visa in the UK. Home Office figures from 2016 to 2017 that showed over 300,000 visas were issued to Indians. "97% of them went back. Whole debate need to be seen in the proper context. he. . e ar k h ent .Earlier this week Britain's Trade Minister Liam Fox linked the decision not to include Indian students in the visa relaxation announced cooperation between the two countries on the return of illegal migrants, including the failure of India to sign an MoU with the U.K. on the issue during PM's visit earlier this year. tis


  27. want teo he starting Page 11 News: India contests overstayers' figures (contd. at thh New Delhi's demands for "easier norms" as part of a "constant conversation" between the two countries could not be dealt with without India addressing the issue of "overstayers," Allegations that India and visitors have misused the system is an enormous roadblock in the way of having some kind of special trade relationship PThe decision to exclude students from the visa changes as a "retrograde step." he The Labour Party has also condemned the exclusion of India. "The government's approach to Indian student visas is discriminatory and counter-productive. UK benefits hugely from the presence of overseas students. Indian students have not been included in the liberalised tier 4 visas. Now we could say that's linked to the MOU not being signed on illegal returns but I want to tell everyone that our cooperation with the UK on this subject is very robust. e ar k h ent tis that


  28. want teo he starting Page 11 News: Congress seeks fair election . The opposition is not hopeful that early elections will be held in Kashmir, while National at thh Conference leader has demanded that a democratic government be installed in the State at the earliest. There should be a government in Jammu and Kashmir which will actually represents the State There was the pitiable turnout in the Lok Sabha bypoll. he. The Governor and the Government of India is asked to ensure that congenial atmosphere is maintained to enable election The opposition posed seven questions to the Modi government on its future plans for the State .During the 48 months since May 26, 2014 when the current government had been in power, 379 e ar k h ent jawans have been martyred and 239 civilians were killed in the State. During the last 48 months of Congress rule, 139 jawans were martyred and 78 civilians killed. In the past 48 months, there had been 3,000 ceasefire violations by Pakistan compared with 563 during ur the last 48 months of the Congress government. tis that


  29. want teo he starting Page 12 World: Oli's China visit to focus on connectivity (contd.) at thh . Soon after his arrival on Tuesday, Nepal's Prime Minister recalled his 2016 visit to China, when There are some concerns in Beijing over the slow progress in implementing trade and transit said that China's security concerns demanded that appropriate safeguards were in before Tibet- Beijing backed Nepal's decision to diversify its trade and transit routes. agreements signed during Nepal's PM previous visit. Apart from the political fluidity in Nepal, it heNepal transit was fully developed. e ar k h ent tis that


  30. want teo he starting Page 12 World: Kim, Xi agree on resolution of kev issues . North Korea and China came to an understanding on issues discussed at a summit of the two at thh leaders, including denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula. North Korea and China assessed the historic meeting North Korea had with U.S. and exchanged opinions on wavs to resolve the issue of denuclearization. North Korea also promised during a meeting with China in Beijing to cooperate with Chinese officials to secure "true peace" in the process of "opening a new future" on the Korean peninsula. he Joint exercises The U.S. and South Korea agreed to suspend a joint military exercise set for August. South Korean Foreign Minister said the decision to suspend the exercise could be reconsidered, based on future developments with North Korea e ar k h ent . It was widely expected that North Korean would visit Beijing to brief Beijing on his summit with U.S., which included Pyongyang agreeing to hand over the remains of troops missing from the 1950-53 Korean War. .North Korea could start that process within the next few davs. tis that


  31. want teo he starting Page 12 World: Trump order to end separation of families . U.S. President said he would sign an executive order on immigration to end the separation of at thh immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border, which has sparked outrage in the U.S. and abroad. U.S. President's administration weeks ago began separating hundreds of children from their parents at the border, did not describe the specifics of the order. somewhat pre-emptive but ultimately will be matched by legislation. he Against court order U.S. President was preparing an executive order that ends the separation of families by indefinitely detaining parents and children together, flouting a court settlement that prohibits such a move, according to a person familiar with his plans. e ar k h ent .The House of Representatives plans to vote on two Bills designed to halt the practice of separating families. U.S. President told House Republicans that he would support either of the immigration Bills under consideration but did not give a preference. Both Republican Bills in the House, which Democrats and immigration advocacy groups have blasted, would fund President's border wall and reduce legal migration, in part by denying visas for relatives of U.S. residents and citizens who are living abroad, sometimes referred to as "chain migration". The more conservative Bill from Republican Representative Bob Goodlatte also would deny the chance of future citizenship to "Dreamers", immigrants brought illegally as children tis


  32. want teo he starting Page 13 Business: Committed to AI divestment: Sinha . The government is committed to the strategic disinvestment of Air India even though the bid at thh process initiated in March failed to attract private players It is still unclear as to when the government plans to have another go at privatising the national m carrier. P Sustenance plan he . In the meantime, the board of directors of Air India will prepare a plan to manage affairs at the airline and subsequently share their financial requirement with the government Nobody expressed any interest in the disinvestment process. So, by that set of circumstances, it is * clear that specific process is over and we have to move forward and consider other alternatives. But there is a need to restart that or any other process depending on appropriate market circumstances. The government cited changing market conditions due to the rise in fuel prices and the weakening of the rupee for the lack of interest in Air India's stake sale e ar ent . . A decision on the carrier's privatisation would be taken when these circumstances improve. .The decision to put Air India's privatisation on the back-burner was taken at a meeting of the group of ministers Interested bidders and industry analysts had raised questions about the government's plan to sell 76% stake in the national carrier and hold on to the remaining share, while passing on debt of 33,392 crore to the buyer, and a lack of clarity on obligations towards Air India employees. tis


  33. want teo he starting Page 13 Business: U.S. imports to attract EU levv from June 22 The European Union will begin charging import duties of 25% on a range of U.S. products on at thh Friday, in response to U.S tariffs imposed on EU steel and aluminium early this month, the European Commission said The move confirms a tit-for-tat dispute that could escalate into a full trade war, particularly if U.S. President carries out his threat to penalise European cars The Commission formally adopted a law putting in place the duties on 2.8 billion ($3.2 billion) worth of U.S. goods, including steel and aluminium products, farm produce such as sweetcorn and peanuts, bourbon, jeans and motor-bikes. he the "unilateral and unjustified" U.S. decision had left the EU with no choice. e ar k h ent EU response is said to be proportionate and in line with World Trade Organization rules and said that they would be removed if Washington removed its metal tariffs. tis that


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