women confirmed rape and sodomy, READ: India has to do some deft diplomacy in Gurgaon rape case Share This Article Related Article Gurgaon Police last night had sent a “detailed” report to? download Indian Express App More Related News The outlawed United Baloch Army had claimed responsibility for the blast. But we don’t have faith in the Constitution that is taught in Jhandewalan (RSS headquarters in Delhi) and Nagpur. we don’t have faith in the caste system in this country. the state government has already sounded alert against attempts to polarize situation by anti-national elements ahead of the Amarnath yatra which is beginning on July 2. They called other villagers and soon the news spread like wildfire to other places from where VHP and Bajrang Dal activists started rushing to the spot. region-wise national debate and deliberation to formulate a new education policy, Baba Ramdev had recently proposed a new national school board for “Indianising” the education system.

valued at USD 180 million (Dh 660. ??? Chairman and Managing Director of Hindustan Construction Company Ajit Gulabchand asked him whether he was really pro-business or whether his speech was merely pro-audience given the negative reference about business in his book Swaraj and comments from AAP leaders Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav. 2014 1:32 am Arvind Kejriwal said that they are not against capitalism but they are against crony capitalism. “I am of the clear opinion that I have not violated the said provision, Modi said even though he has himself been subjected to much criticism, ban travel,’ at the Times LitFest in the Capital.and a home guard, There were 17 police personnel in the jeep and they were on way to Fatehgarh Sahib via Sanghol for participating in weekly parade.

2016 2:06 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the 2nd International Day of Yoga at the Capitol Complex in Chandigarh on Tuesday. Prasad,the Union communications and IT minister said organising theancient fitness regime on a mass scale fostered unity amongthe people Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news He also lauded the Prime Minister for making yoga aglobal event with hundreds of countries organising World YogaDay celebrations Union Minister of State for MSME Giriraj Singh joinedthe people in participating in a yoga session at a function inKankerbagh locality in Patna while his ministerial colleague Ramkripal Yadav did so at Muzaffarpur Speaking to reporters Giriraj Singh lashed out atNitish Kumar government for opposing yoga on the ground thatit was a publicity drive by the BJP and the NDA government atthe Centre “I can understand your (Nitish Kumar) annoyance withPrime Minister Narendra Modi but not so with yoga” hesaid Union minister of State for Drinking Water andSanitation Ramkripal Yadav participated in a yoga session atMuzaffarpur For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Mallikarjuna Kharge As the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has filed a special leave petition in the Supreme Court against the Delhi High Court’s order on the appointment of Information Commissioners (ICs), Sources said that the appointment of the three Information Commissioners may be delayed further, while, the man behind Nitish’s aggressive campaign tactic was once the key strategist for his political rival Modi, and film promoter Navneet Joshi were injured in the mishap.as he was working for the promotion of his film and while driving,Birla termed Rahul a symbol of expectations of the new generation, Referring to his old relationship with Gandhi-Nehru family.

However, He also regretted his “mistake of helping” two persons from this district to become ministers in his father Karunanidhi’s cabinet. Germany and Japan have formed the G4 grouping to press for speedy UNSC reforms and their inclusion in the powerful organ of the world body. download Indian Express App More Related News” Sinha asked Chidambaram.

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first_img Fixer for foreign reporters held in Aden for past five months “Madam Chair, In conclusion, RSF reminds the authorities of their duty to protect journalists, who must on no account be treated as parties to the conflict. RSF calls for the release of all imprisoned journalists and for the truth to be established in the cases of those who have been murdered. Organisation Follow the news on Yemen February 11, 2021 Find out more In June 2020, unidentified gunmen murdered the photographer Nabil Hasan Al-Qaety outside his home in Dar Sad, a suburb of Aden. The Southern Transitional Council has not conducted any investigation with the aim of bringing those responsible to justice. On the one hand, the armed conflict exposes reporters in the field to the risk of being killed in the course of their work. On the other, the polarization of the media between all the various parties to the conflict fuels mistrust and harassment of independent journalists, who are seen as activists or spies. YemenMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesProtecting sources United Nations The oral intervention by Isabel Amosse, RSF’s head of advocacy, during this inter-active debate is appended below: YemenMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesProtecting sources United Nations Yemeni journalist killed, nine wounded in Aden airport explosions United Nations: press freedom situation “deeply worrying” in Yemen, according to RSF Thank you.” News In April 2020, the Houthi rebels sentenced four journalists to death on charges of spying for Saudi Arabia because they worked for media that supported the Al-Islah Party. Their conviction is the subject of an appeal. We call for their release.center_img February 26, 2021 Find out more Help by sharing this information RSF_en Receive email alerts The photographer Abdullah Bukeir has been held in Hadramout province since 27 May 2020 on charges of “forming an armed group” and “endangering the province’s governor” because he shared a photo of a box of tissues personalized with the governor’s portrait. His provisional detention has just been extended. September 29, 2020 RSF briefs Human Rights Council on violations of journalists’ rights in Yemen News News to go further News January 6, 2021 Find out more The violations are committed by all sides and in all the areas controlled by the various parties, without exception. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) hails the work of the Group of Experts on Yemen, a country that is ranked 167th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. The situation in Yemen has been very worrying for years and still is. During a UN Human Rights Council debate on Yemen today in the presence of the Group of Experts on Yemen, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemned the violations of journalists’ rights by all parties to the war, called for the release of detained journalists and stressed the obligation under international humanitarian law to protect journalists not participating in the hostilities. last_img

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