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We have an extremely clean track record and have constantly participated in social causes, said Anand UnconvincedVoTV has taken the matter ahead and written to the Health Ministry and the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India to address the issue For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: January 12 2017 2:53 pm Rex Tillerson (File Photo) Top News Pointing toward possible confrontation Donald Trump’s selection for secretary of state likened Beijing’s island-building in the South China Sea to a takeover of another country’s territory and spoke of forcing Beijing to fully apply sanctions on North Korea China will likely be alarmed by former Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson’s Senate confirmation hearing remarks on Wednesday While they focused largely on Russia reflecting Tillerson’s past relationship with its President Vladimir Putin and allegations of Russian hacking into the US election his testimony on China presented a sharp change in tone from the Obama administration’s focus on cooperation Watch What Else Is Making News Under Obama the US has worked with China to fight climate change and contain Iran’s nuclear program But Beijing has only half-heartedly pressed North Korea over its nuclear weapons program and has willfully disregarded Washington’s appeals to moderate its activities in the South China Sea It has reclaimed more than 3000 of acres of land and constructed military-grade infrastructure and reportedly installed weaponry on reefs and islets mostly in the Spratly Island chain where five other governments have territorial claims Accusing Beijing of “declaring control of territories that are not rightfully China’s” Tillerson compared its island-building efforts and deployment of military assets on the islands to Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea – an action that ended up prompting tough US and European sanctions He called China’s actions “extremely worrisome” The US failure to respond “has allowed them to keep pushing the envelope” in seas that carry $5 trillion of trade annually he said suggesting Trump would adopt a tougher approach “This is a threat to the entire global economy if China is allowed to somehow dictate the terms of passage through these waters” Tillerson told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Asked if he supported a more aggressive US posture he said “You’re going to have to send China a clear signal that first the island building stops and second your access to those islands is also not going to be allowed” China’s embassy in Washington didn’t immediately respond Such rhetoric isn’t surprising Past US administrations have entered office seeking to get tougher on China and failed Trump himself has threatened to impose punitive tariffs to address America’s trade imbalance with China and tested ties by questioning the longstanding US policy on the status of Taiwan A perennial challenge is to break China’s long-time partnership with North Korea’s hereditary dictatorship Beijing is unwilling to exercise economic pressure that could destabilize its unpredictable ally even as it shares US concerns about the isolated nation’s rapid development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles to deliver them Earlier this week outgoing Secretary of State John Kerry chided Beijing over its efforts to pressure North Korea which relies on China for 90 percent of its international trade He said China needed to “increase its focus” and that the US may need “more forceful ways” of dealing with North Korea Tillerson spoke in starker terms He accused China of making “empty promises” on North Korea and supported US sanctions on Chinese companies found to be violating UN Security Council resolutions recently beefed up to tighten restrictions on North Korean coal imports “If China is not going to comply with those UN sanctions then it’s appropriate for the United States to consider actions to compel them to comply” Tillerson said Speaking generally he described military force as the “least attractive option” And he sought to play down Trump’s recent tweet on North Korea’s development of a missile that could strike America – “It won’t happen” – saying it wasn’t a “red line” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: October 27 2016 10:31 am “As we are travelling in these last 17 days we are going to be emphasising the importance of electing Democrats down the ballot” said the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton Top News His presidential dreams increasingly in question Donald Trump pushed his business empire to the center of his political campaign Wednesday Taking a break from battleground states he made the case at his newest hotel that all Americans should look to his corporate record for evidence of how well he’d run the country “Under budget and ahead of schedule So important We don’t hear those words so often but you will” said Trump linking the hotel redevelopment just blocks from the White House to his promised performance as president “Today is a metaphor for what we can accomplish for this country” Hillary Clinton agreed but not the way he meant it She used campaign events in Florida to attack the GOP nominee for having “stiffed American workers” saying he built his empire with Chinese-manufactured steel overseas products and labor from immigrants in the country illegally “Donald Trump is the poster boy for everything wrong with our economy” she told several thousand supporters in Tampa Florida “He refuses to pay workers and contractors” Trump’s political aspirations have long been deeply intertwined with promoting his corporate goals He announced his campaign in the gilded lobby of Trump Tower in Manhattan and has held dozens of campaign events at his own properties His remarks at his new Washington hotel which has struggled to fill rooms amid the controversy surrounding his presidential bid followed a visit Tuesday to his Doral golf course outside Miami Though the GOP nominee focused his remarks on his political message the event was heavy with marketing too Standing under glittering chandeliers top company executives including his daughter touted the hotel And after his brief speech Trump and his family headed to the hotel’s grand lobby where they cut a wide red ribbon with golden scissors before he flew to North Carolina for what his campaign billed as an urban policy speech In Charlotte Trump unveiled what he billed a “New Deal for black America” in front of a mostly white crowd Trump who has struggled to earn the support of minority voters bemoaned that “too many African-Americans have been left behind” and unveiled a handful of new proposals aimed at revitalizing impoverished urban areas They included new tax incentives for inner cities new micro-loans for African-Americans to start companies and hire workers and a plan to reinvest money from suspended refugee programs in inner cities He also wants cities to be able to seek federal disaster designations to help them rebuild infrastructure demolish abandoned buildings and invest in law enforcement As Trump cut the ribbon Clinton was slamming his business practices in Florida a state he must win to have any chance on Nov 8 In Tampa she was introduced by restaurateur Jose Andres a naturalized US citizen who pulled out of the Washington hotel to protest Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric Trump and Andres are currently locked in litigation over the deal Trump’s unusual travel schedule coming amid signs that the controversy surrounding his campaign has hurt his corporate brand raises questions about whether the GOP nominee has begun to turn some of his focus to postelection plans Rooms at the overhauled $212 million hotel that bears his name at Washington’s Old Post Office Pavilion have been heavily discounted and smartphone data suggest fewer people are visiting his properties compared to rival venues nearby A new Facebook live show produced by his campaign has heightened speculation that he may try and offset any losses with advertising revenue from a new a media network _ a plan he denies Trump supporters defended his strategy blasting critics for not making as big a deal of Clinton’s decision to attend an Adele concert Tuesday night Trump took a break from campaigning to see the singer perform during the GOP primaries “I can’t take one hour off to cut a ribbon at one of the great hotels of the world I mean I think I’m entitled to it” he said in an interview with ABC News He was more defensive in a CNN interview in which he called questions about his time away from swing state campaigning “insulting” and “rude” Clinton told reporters: “I was struck today that Donald Trump was paying more attention to his business than to the campaign That’s his choice but we’re going to keep working really hard to reach as many voters as possible” Still Clinton has turned some of her focus to what happens after Nov 8 though her efforts assume she wins Deep in transition planning she’s also begun expanding the scope of her campaign to help down-ballot Democrats _ her party sees an opportunity to win control of the Senate and reduce its deficit in the House _ and retooling her campaign message to emphasize unifying the country after a divisive race Wednesday was the candidate’s 69th birthday a milestone she started celebrating a day early on Univision’s entertainment news show “El Gordo y La Flaca” where she was feted with a bottle of tequila and a large cake featuring her face In her appearance on “The Breakfast Club” popular with African-American voters singer Stevie Wonder serenaded the woman he called “Madam President Clinton” Trump meanwhile dispatched his running mate Mike Pence to play political defense in Utah _ a state that hasn’t backed a Democrat for president in 52 years Besides Utah Pence also was stopping in the swing states of Nevada and Colorado before heading Thursday to solidly Republican Nebraska Trump who also held a rally in the city of Kinston continued to insist he knows more than the nation’s military leaders especially when it comes to the fight against Islamic State militants in the city of Mosul “You can tell your military expert that I’ll sit down and I’ll teach him a couple of things” he said in an interview with ABC For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsI start shooting for a sequel of ’24’, The demands are tough on the body, 18. eased through to the group stage of Europe’s premier club competition 7-1 on aggregate. she sensed something strange about the cab driver Abhilash Singh. Nostalgic for NDA-I The Congress compares NDA-III unfavourably with NDA-I and NDA-II.000 fighters to special demobilization zones.

particularly the rural youth, have been booked for damaging wine shops in the district,police said here on Wednesday Anti-liquor protests spearheaded mainly by women in theaftermath of the Supreme Court ruling for shifting of liquorshops away from national and state highways and theirsubsequent relocation continued on Tuesday? "Under this present Gujarat chief minister who aspires to be the country’s prime minister.