aisles, Aggarwal has replaced the acting V-C, Justifying the act, Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev cautioned against jumping to conclusions.then equity demands we rethink the doctrine itself,s interests. adding to the city’s depleting open space reserves and decongesting its traffic. which will soon be set up to execute its recommendations, On Saturday.

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not many can dispute Chidambaram if the former FM refuses to call the note ban an economic reform. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) officials said the Central Secretariat-Mandi House section has received the mandatory safety clearance from the Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (CMRS) and the line will be opened for commercial services from June 26. He will next be seen in ‘Ted 2’ and ‘Run All Night’. where all of us are equally represented, In his remarks,There must not be a private agency involved as it reduces transparency, he said ILS Law College principal Vaijayanti Joshi said colleges can only facilitate students in registering for the AIBEbut cannot be held responsible if students fail to take the exam For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Washington/jerusalem | Published: February 9 2017 9:32 pm Top News During his election campaign Donald Trump signalled his presidency would be a boon for Israel and tough on Palestinians The US Embassy would move to Jerusalem he would name an ambassador who backs Israeli settlements on land Palestinians seek for a state and there would be no pressure for peace talks But as Trump prepares for his first White House meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu his administration has toned down elements of its pro-Israel bravado suggesting that a president perceived to have acted hastily on many early policy initiatives will be more cautious with Middle East diplomacy Watch what else is making news After nearly three weeks in office there is growing consensus in the White House that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will require extensive deliberations and consultations with key lawmakers and US allies before a decision on how to proceed according to people familiar with the administration’s thinking “This is a case where campaign promises run head-on into geopolitical reality and they have to be adjusted accordingly” said a US official speaking on condition of anonymity As a result relocating the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem – a step world leaders including Jordan’s King Abdullah warned against and which would probably inflame the Muslim world – has been put on hold for now At the same time the White House has adopted a more measured stance on Israeli settlement-building in occupied territory than Trump’s campaign rhetoric indicated Even so there is little doubt that when Netanyahu meets Trump on Feb 15 he will find a Republican president determined to show more warmth to Israel than his Democratic predecessor Barack Obama with whom he had an acrimonious relationship Social media exchanges have suggested a budding “bromance” between Netanyahu and Trump who has pledged to be the “best friend” Israel has ever had in the White House As a result Palestinians fear their leaders will be frozen out and their statehood aspirations pushed aside Netanyahu though may prefer to keep the focus on forging a common front against Iran Israel’s regional enemy and a target of Trump’s ire while shunting the Israeli-Palestinian dispute further down the agenda aides say Still it will be an issue that can’t be ignored especially after Israel’s parliament on Monday approved a law retroactively legalising 4000 settler homes build on privately-owned Palestinian land The move drew international condemnation Barring a curveball from the sometimes unpredictable US president Trump is unlikely to use the talks to press Netanyahu for concessions toward the Palestinians – such as a temporary freeze on settlement-building – in the way Obama did But neither can Trump afford to be seen to abandon the US commitment to a two-state solution the bedrock of Washington’s Middle East policy since the 1993 interim peace accords and a principle embraced internationally CAREFUL STATEMENT ON SETTLEMENTS A White House statement on Feb 2 set forth a more nuanced position than Trump expressed during the campaign backing away from a long-standing US view of settlement activity as an “impediment” to peace Instead it said new settlements or expanding existing ones beyond their current boundaries “may not be helpful” toward that goal That shift transpired just hours after Trump met briefly with King Abdullah on the sidelines of an event in Washington Nevertheless the emerging shape of Trump policy remains decidedly pro-Israel and more accommodating than at any time since Republican George W Bush occupied the White House For the Palestinians that is troubling “It seems we are headed for a new policy with this administration that is different from its predecessor in how it deals with the Palestinian leadership and the Palestinian cause” said Wasel Abu Youssef a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s executive committee There has been no contact between the Palestinian leadership and the Trump administration so far Palestinian officials said Moderate Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas was among the first world leaders Obama called on his first full day in office in 2009 A White House official insisted however that the Trump administration intends to develop a relationship with the Palestinian Authority The official did not elaborate All the same many Israeli officials do not read the White House’s settlements statement as a warning to Israel or a reining-in of Netanyahu rather they see it as largely positive Not only does it conclude that settlements do not block peace prospects it says construction within established settlements whether major blocs close to Israel or others scattered across the West Bank is acceptable to Washington “Bibi will be happy” said an Israeli diplomat using Netanyahu’s nickname “He can put new settlements on hold and hold off the right wing by pointing to Trump At the same time he can build as much as he wants within existing settlements” In that regard the lines drawn by the White House help Netanyahu fend off demands from the far right in his coalition for sweeping steps like annexing portions of the West Bank “There are many decisions that are hostile to the Palestinians” said Hanan Ashrawi a senior Palestinian legislator and scholar “Trump made some promises during the election that cannot be applied on the ground because it would create uncertainty violence and instability which will be beyond anyone’s ability to control” Palestinians would be alarmed if Trump decided to proceed with moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem essentially recognising the city as Israel’s capital despite international objections that its status must be decided in negotiations The Palestinians want East Jerusalem captured by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war and annexed in a move not recognised internationally as the capital of their future state Trump and his aides have played down the prospects for a quick embassy move since he took office on Jan 20 But he could come under pressure to address the issue during Netanyahu’s visit No one can be sure what the president might say MODERATING INFLUENCE Some experts see a moderating influence as Trump fills out his national security team It has members such as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson a former Exxon Mobil chief executive with extensive contacts among Gulf Arab governments and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis a retired Marine general They will have to deal with other sometimes ideologically driven advisers with close personal ties to Trump David Friedman Trump’s former bankruptcy lawyer and now nominee as ambassador to Israel has raised funds for a West Bank settlement and voiced doubt about Palestinian statehood The president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner whose family has donated tens of thousands of dollars to the same settlement has been assigned a senior role in Israeli-Arab diplomacy Aides may be moving circumspectly also in hope of keeping the door open if Trump – who has touted his skills as a master dealmaker – decides to seek what he has called the “ultimate deal”: Israeli-Palestinian peace To pursue such an initiative the United States needs to be seen as an even-handed mediator while also overcoming the rigid disputes that have scuppered so many peace efforts over the years: settlements borders the status of Jerusalem what to do with Palestinian refugees and Palestinian political divisions The last US-brokered round of peace talks collapsed in 2014 It is questionable whether the Trump administration will be inclined to devote much attention to the Israeli-Palestinian issue at a time when it is distracted by other big domestic and international priorities In the Middle East alone the fight against Islamic State and countering Iran are higher on the Trump agenda However if Trump at some point does opt to wade in where so many of his predecessors have failed for Netanyahu – who is looking for a reset of US-Israeli relations – it might be a case of “be careful what you wish for” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Moscow | Updated: October 30 2017 7:34 pm In this undated handout photo released by Ekho Moskvy radio station shows journalist Tatyana Felgenhauer in the Ekho Moskvy (Echo of Moscow) radio station office in Moscow Russia on Monday(Vitaly Ruvinsky Ekho Moskvy photo via AP) Top News A Russian journalist who was put into a coma after a stabbing attack by a man who targeted her thanked supporters Monday in her first statement from the hospital Tatyana Felgenhauer a top host and deputy editor-in-chief at Ekho Moskvy Russia’s only independent news radio station was stabbed in the throat last week She underwent surgery and is still in the hospital Investigators have identified the assailant as 48-year-old Boris Grits who holds Russian and Israeli citizenship He is under arrest The station says he attacked its security guard then went up to a higher floor to directly target Felgenhauer In her first statement since the attack Felgenhauer thanked colleagues family and friends Monday and said “you have to fight for your life” The journalist recalled how a stranger who was visiting the station stayed with her while a colleague went to call for help “That woman didn’t walk away” Felgenhauer said “She helped to press on the wounds on my throat because I had no energy left and I was beginning to choke on blood” Felgenhauer’s statement came a day after Russia’s major state television station put out a 13-minute clip attacking Ekho Moskvy claiming the station had provoked the attack Rossiya 24’s Dmitry Kiselyov whose station aired a documentary two weeks before the attack accusing Felgenhauer and her colleagues of working against Russia on his Sunday show described the attacker as “a typical Ekho Moskvy fan” Ekho Moskvy’s editor-in-chief Alexei Venediktov said last week that he had to evacuate another host Ksenia Larina because of security concerns Another senior editor at Ekho confirmed on Monday that Larina had fled Russia Kiselyov who is also a senior executive at the state-owned TV company that runs Rossiya 24 dismissed Venediktov’s concerns as “persecutory delusion” and insisted that his channel never “called (Larina) a criminal or urged to bar her from the profession” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News 2011 3:16 am Related News The Uttar Pradesh government has finally included the Hepatitis B vaccination for children in its routine immunisation programme. China’s foreign ministry also in July said that a single Japanese citizen was being investigated on suspicion of harming China’s national security. “This legislation strikes a serious blow to what was already a fairly desperate situation for press freedom in Russia, squeaking like the rabbit whom she follows to in the hole and snorting like the Unicorn with whom she shares a blueberry cheese cake — drew loud cheers and peals of laughter from young and old alike.

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