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The first High Court order,had stated that a boundary wall should be constructed in Harkesh Nagar instead of a foot overbridge to prevent casualties. I can snap a little bit, In an earlier interview with The Associated Press,through the film.we see the screechy Mrs Sharma being flung to the ground, if I do not do it in five years, The?statement assumes significance as it was a straight denial — Gadkari’s comment on the media reports had been thatit was"highly speculative" Yet despite the statement by the Union home minister the matter is far from over "Why is the Congress running after non-issues There was no bugging Two categorical statements were made by Nitin Gadkari and Rajnath Singh to this effect This should be enough to exonerate the government and the BJP The home minister won’t make a false statement and risk being indicted in the House The Congress should worry about its own problems that it is facing in Assam Maharashtra and Haryana" BJP leader Sudhanshu Mittal told CNN-IBN during a panel discussion Union Minister Nitin Gadkari Reuters The reportof the alleged discovery of bugging equipment appeared first in The Sunday Guardian founded by veteran journalist and now BJP national spokesperson MJ Akbar The Congress seemed to be satisfied only partially with the Union Home minister’s statement "Gadkari first calls the news item speculative then denies it much later The issue has institutional importance as there has been an attempt to try and put things under the carpet The issue is not about Rajnath Singh and Nitin Gadkari We accept we lost the elections but does it does it mean that what is going on should be allowed to continue" asked Abhishek Manu Singhvi Congress spokesperson "We are partially satisfied with the home minister’s statement because it was missing out on details But for now we have to believe someone and Singh is the home minister The matter is also significant because Gadkari took 36 hours to respond If we come out with new information we will put out in public and there may be a breach of privelege of Parliament by the home minister then For us there is clear indication that this might be an internal handiwork of someone in the BJP" Singhviadded The BJP leader participating in the debate immediately rejected Singhvi’s claims "There is no snooping. What details do they want The Congress wants details about an event that has not taken place When Pranab Mukherjee was the finance minister devices were found in his office but it is not so in Gadkari’s case No devices were found" Mittal said Despite all the talks on the RAMPART-A espionage programme of the US that the National Security Agency used to spy on the BJP there is also speculation that this might well turn out to be a case of internal political espionage "The story is very mysterious The US has the reputation of bugging international leaders India is not a stranger to these things The Niira Radia tapes are the classic example India is the most bugged country in the world But it is also a fact that there are lots of factional feuds within the BJP and this could well be a inside story The story acquires some credibility because the story appeared in The Sunday Guardian owned and edited by MJ Akbar who is also the national spokesperson of the party" said Outlook editorial chairman Vinod Mehta Former deputy chief of the Intelligence Bureau Ashok Karnik felt that the onus lies on the newspaper to prove the veracity of the story "Many politicians feel that they are being bugged but in most cases it is false The IB and the police are already occupied with terrorism narcotics and hawala transactions There are no resources to snoop on every Tom Dick and Harry According to me before a probe the newspaper should first clarify" Karnik said Written by Shreya Mudgal | New Delhi | Published: July 11 2017 10:50 pm Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai 11th July full episode written update: Dadi stops the fight between Manish and Kartik Top News Suhasini is watching Keerti and Naksh having a good time together and she feels that this might be a good sign Kaveri also says that she should be least worried about Keerti Naksh and Keerti will find a good partner very soon Dadi blesses Naksh and bids goodbye Keerti is smiling while looking at Naksh going away and Dadi feels glad after looking at her Naira is worried to talk to Kartik when she gets a message from him telling that he’s distracted from his work She goes to his office to convince him to talk to her She makes him sit on a chair and goes into the conference room The room is dark so they don’t know that there is a meeting going on Kartik’s father switches on the light and they feel embarrassed They come out and Naira tries to earn his agreement While running around the office Kartik finds a bank statement showing that Suvarna has been sending lakhs to a charity in Mount Abu for 19 years now His accountant also refuses to tell him more about this statement as its her personal account Kartik starts off by saying that she’s double faced and is trying to steal the money He wants to find out about this and show the reality to the whole family and especially his father Naira understands that there might be a reason behind this so she convinces Kartik to not reveal anything She takes him home when his father hears everything Manish goes back home and asks Suvarna to clear Kartik’s doubt He blatantly asks about the NGO she sends all this money to He pushes her to answer them and clear everything She takes the papers and gets teary Naira asks him to leave all this but he shuts her up Kartik says that they don’t need any explanation so he can stop this He says that this is their personal matter and he’s not at all interested in it Kartik heads upstairs with Naira but Manish stops them He wants them to listen to her Kartik shouts and Manish says that he should listen to other’s explanations and not pass judgments Dadi intervenes and says that this topic should be stopped They cannot fight over money and if they have doubts they’ll be cleared She asks Suvarna to go in her room and Kartik walks out For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Mehak Arora | New Delhi | Published: August 2 2017 8:48 pm Yeh Hai Mohabbatein written update: Top News Shagun comes to the room and Ishita asks her to take rest when Neelu comes there and tells them that lunch is ready There when Aadi asks Ruhi to have lunch she says that she can’t see her dad in the jail as it’s not his fault she adds that they should tell the truth to everyone Adi asks her to not worry as he is going to save her Ruhi asks him why is he saying that and why would he need to save her and what has she done to be saved She says that she didn’t do anything of that sort but Aadi shuts her down and says that he will save her as he has seen her while she was removing her fingerprints from the knife Ruhi says that he doesn’t know the whole truth and she’ll have to tell Ishita the complete truth when Ishita comes there and asks what truth they are talking aboutThere the ssnake charmer comes to Ashok and asks him for the money and Ashok slaps him and asks him to leave as he knew police was following the snake charmer Ishita on the other hand asks Ruhi and Aadi about the truth they were talking about when Aadi and Ruhi start arguing as to who is going to tell the truth Then Aadi tells Ishita that he was there when Mani was murdered but he didn’t kill Mani as he went there to convince Mani to send Aalia back Ishita tells Aadi disappointedly that he is telling the truth so late Aadi says that Mani had sent the divorce papers to him and he went there to meet Mani that night and saw him lying on his chair and he was not saying anything and when Aadi held his hand he saw blood in his hand and the dagger in Mani’s chest He says he tried asking Mani who did it but Mani fell down For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUdhampur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that the development of Jammu and Kashmir has been stagnant since the last 30 years and leaders here "indulge in corruption and emotional blackmail" PM Narendra Modi criticised the political parties in Jammu and Kashmir during his poll campaigning PTI Addressing a rally for the BJP in Udhampur ahead of the second phase of polls in Jammu and Kashmir Modi said there have been a dozen prime ministers in India but none has had the opportunity to visit Jammu and Kashmir as much as he has had "This country must have rarely seen any other PM who has come to Kashmir every month" said Modi adding that he will come to Kashmir in December too "I decided to spend Diwali with the flood-affected people here My decision was not for politics nor was it for gathering votes., download Indian Express App More Related News The firms are M/s Mott McDonald.

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and that the aircraft will not be used to antagonise India.Sure enough the anti-terror line seemed to have worked because in February 2014 a few months before launching the anti-Taliban Operation Zarb-e-Azb in North Waziristan Pakistan received13 F-16s from the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF) with the US’ blessings Interestingly highs in US-Pakistan relations have in past four decades nearly always been marked by some sale/transfer of F-16s while lows have been punctuated by refusals to hand over the jet Which brings us neatly to the present day What this means to India A few days after Corker’s letter to Kerry India’s Ministry of External Affairs expressed its own disappointment at the idea of selling F-16s to Pakistan summed up by a succinct statement on its official website: "We are disappointed at the decision of the Obama Administration to notify the sale of F-16 aircraft to Pakistan We disagree with their rationale that such arms transfers help to combat terrorism The record of the last many years in this regard speaks for itself The US Ambassador will be summoned by the Ministry of External Affairs to convey our displeasure" Ideally India would not like to see the deal go through and this is not necessarily linked to the strengthening of Pakistan’s military might It’s worth recalling that in the Kargil war of 1999 India’s squadron of MiG aircraft was sufficient to repel the threat of Pakistan’s F-16 Also it’s not as though New Delhi will lose sleep over Islamabad acquiring eight additional F-16s As an article inThe Indian Express points out India’s defence budget is nearly seven times as much as that of Pakistan In GDP terms too India’s economy is nine times bigger than its Pakistani counterpart And if India gives the go-ahead Lockheed Martin — the F-16’s manufacturer — seems ready to shift the production line to India What will be of concern to India is the precedent that the US will be setting by making the sale and thereby wittingly or unwittingly endorsing the way Pakistan is being governed and its perceived reluctance to crack down on terrorist outfits This will be particularly so since the US has been making all the right noises on terrorism as far as its ‘defining partner of the 21st Century’ India is concerned and these ‘noises’ risk ringing hollow if Washington caves in Nevertheless prepare for plenty more statements notifications and random bluster over the coming weeks as this F-16 hokey pokey continues With inputs from agencies Barmer: Jaswant Singh today launched a veiled attack on Narendra Modi saying the "Namo-Namo tamasha" and the decision-making process in BJP shows the "arrogance" of the Emergency era He also attacked party president Rajnath Singh and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje accusing them of "betraying" him and fielding a defector from Congress Col Sonaram Chaudhury Jaswant Singh AFP "The Namo-Namo tamasha the decision-making process (in BJP) reminds me of 1975 There is more of arrogance and less of taking everyone along" Singh told a press conference shortly after he filed four sets of nomination papers before the collector who is also the returning officer After deying the party which decided not to give him ticket from Barmer the 76-year-old leader said it was for the party to decide whether he should continue in it or not "They can sack me" he said Sounding bitter Singh one of the founders of BJP said the denial of ticket was a "huge humiliation" for workers in the constituency "I was informed by Rajnath Singh over telephone it (ticket from Barmer) is not possible" he said "Who are the people who have hurt you One is the BJP President who has hit me for the second time The conspiracy was hatched by Vasundhara Raje "I say with regret and pain that these two persons have sort of betrayed me cheated me The betrayal is not with Jaswant Singh alone but with BJP’s principles and ideologies" he said while addressing his supporters after filing the nomination As BJP president in 2009 Rajnath Singh had expelled him from the party in a manner in which even a "peon" is not sacked Singh said adding that he got carried away by emotions when he joined back the party He recalled that he had held several portfolios in the Union Cabinet and in experience next only to President Pranab Mukherjee having held portfolios of Defence Finance External Affairs at the Centre and had been Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission The former Union Minister said he had informed Advani almost 18 months back of his wish to contest his last election from hometown Barmer and then told Rajnath Singh and LK Advani a few weeks back "No announcement was made about Barmer in first few meetings (of CEC) I called up Rajnath Singh He informed me the next day that I won’t be given ticket. Who was given ticket Not a BJP worker but somebody who joined BJP from Congress and had been abusing us till recently I was very hurt" he said Singh recalled his long association with the party’s founder leaders Atal Bihari Vajpayee and LK Advani and lamented its current state of affairs "I have taken a step for Barmer Relief is what I am feeling right now" "I am contesting on principles and for honour not just for my honour but for the honour of all citizens of Barmer" he said PTI The death toll from the suicide attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk airport has risen to 41 with over 230 others injured BBC reported on Wednesday citing Turkish officials The terror attack is the latest in a series of bombings to strike Turkey in recent months Turkish officials said the massacre was most likely the work of the Islamic State group Istanbul’s Governor Vasip Sahin confirmed the toll and said that at least 13 of those killed were of foreign or dual nationality One Iranian and one Ukrainian were confirmed dead Among the dead are the three suicide bombers who arrived at the airport in a taxi and blew themselves up after opening fire Passengers embrace each other outside the airport AP Another senior government official told The Associated Press the death toll could climb much higher The senior official who spoke on condition of anonymity in line with government protocol at first said close to 50 people had already died but later said that the figure was expected to around that many Airport surveillance video posted on social media showed the moment of one blast a huge ball of fire and passengers fleeing in terror Another appeared to show an attacker felled by a gunshot from a security officer blowing himself up seconds later The recent attacks on a key partner in the US-led coalition against Islamic State and a Nato member have increased in scale and frequency They have scared away tourists and hurt the Turkish economy which relies heavily on tourism As dawn broke over the destroyed terminal Wednesday workers began removing debris left by the blast The airport partially reopened but the international arrivals area remained closed and several emergency vehicles maintained a heavy security presence An information board inside showed that about one-third of scheduled flights had been canceled with a host of others delayed Earlier the hundreds of passengers who fled the airport in fear were left sitting on the grass outside Several ambulances drove back and forth and security vehicles surrounded the scene Adam Keally from Boston said he heard gunfire followed by several explosions then saw people "very badly injured" Hevin Zini 12 had just arrived from Duesseldorf Germany with her family and was in tears "There was blood on the ground" she told AP "Everything was blown up to bits. if we had arrived two minutes earlier it could have been us" Yildirim speaking to reporters at the airport said all initial indications suggested the Islamic State group was behind the attacks "The findings of our security forces point at the Daesh organization as the perpetrators of this terror attack" Yildirim said using the Arabic name for Islamic State "Even though the indications suggest Daesh our investigations are continuing" Another Turkish official said two of the attackers detonated explosives at the entrance of the international arrivals terminal after police fired at them while the third blew himself up in the parking lot The official who also spoke on condition of anonymity in line with government regulations cited interior ministry information and said that none of the attackers managed to get past security checks at the terminal’s entrance Turkey shares long porous borders with Syria and Iraq war-torn countries where Islamic State controls large pockets of territory Authorities have blamed Islamic State for several major bombings over the past year including on the capital Ankara as well as attacks on tourists in Istanbul Turkey has stepped up controls at airports and land borders and deported thousands of foreign fighters but has struggled to tackle the threat of Islamic State militants while also conducting vast security operations against Kurdish rebels who have also been blamed for recent deadly attacks The devastation at Istanbul’s airport follows the March attack on Brussels Airport where two suicide bombings ripped through check-in counters killing 16 people The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for that attack as well as a subsequent explosion at a Brussels subway station that killed 16 more people Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said on Twitter: "Our thoughts are with the victims of the attacks at Istanbul’s airport We condemn these atrocious acts of violence" Our thoughts are with the victims of the attacks at Istanbul’s airport We condemn these atrocious acts of violence #Istanbul — Charles Michel (@CharlesMichel) June 28 2016 Turkish airports have security checks at both the entrance of terminal buildings and then later before entry to departure gates South African Judy Favish who spent two days in Istanbul as a layover on her way home from Dublin had just checked in when she heard an explosion followed by gunfire and a loud bang She says she hid under the counter for some time Favish says passengers were ushered to a cafeteria at the basement level where they were kept for more than an hour before being allowed outside Two South African tourists Paul and Susie Roos from Cape Town were at the airport and due to fly home at the time of the explosions "We came up from the arrivals to the departures up the escalator when we heard these shots going off" Paul Roos said "There was this guy going roaming around he was dressed in black and he had a hand gun" The prime minister called for national unity and "global cooperation" in combatting terrorism "This (attack) has shown once again that terrorism is a global threat" Yildirim said "This is a heinous planned attack that targeted innocent people" He suggested that the attack was linked to what he said was Turkey’s success against Kurdish rebels as well as steps Ankara took Monday toward mending strained ties with Israel and Russia "It is meaningful that this heinous attack came at a time when we have become successful in the fight against separatist terrorism . and at a time when we started a process of normalizing ties with our neighbors" Yildirim said Yildirim said there was no security lapse at the airport but added the fact the attackers were carrying weapons "increased the severity" of the attack Turkish airports have security checks at both the entrance of terminal buildings and then later before entry to departure gates Asked whether a fourth attacker might have escaped Yildirim said authorities have no such assessment but are considering every possibility Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in Turkey said at least seven Saudis were injured in the attack and all are in stable condition Dozens of anxious friends and relatives waited early Wednesday outside Istanbul’s Bakirkoy Hospital where victims were taken Image: Twitter @SRKUniverse "You can hear that people are wailing here" said Serdar Tatlisu a relative of a victim "We cannot cope anymore we can’t just stay still We need some kind of solution for whatever problem there is" Turkey is beset by an array of security threats 26 including from ultra-left radicals Kurdish rebels demanding greater autonomy in the restive southeast and IS militants On 12 January an attack that Turkish authorities blamed on IS claimed the lives of a dozen German tourists visiting Istanbul’s historic sites On 19 March a suicide bombing rocked Istanbul’s main pedestrian street killing five people including the bomber whom the authorities identified as a Turkish national linked to IS Last October twin suicide bombings hit a peace rally outside Ankara’s train station killing 102 people There was no claim of responsibility but Turkish authorities blamed the attack on a local cell of IS Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport was the 11th busiest airport in the world last year with 618 million passengers according to Airports Council International It is also one of the fastest-growing airports in the world seeing 92 percent more passengers last year than in 2014 The largest carrier at the airport is Turkish Airlines which operates a major hub there Low-cost Turkish carrier Onur Air is the second-largest airline there The independent Dogan news agency reported that a plane carrying Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama was arriving on an official visit at the airport when the attack occurred The prime minister and his entourage were safely taken to an official residence With inputs from agencies am not willing to give all those things away just so I can be politically correct.