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talk Nothing gets Vivek Oberoi more charged than talking about his one-year-old son Vivaan Veer.” Spin spearhead Ajmal pulled out of Pakistan’s World Cup preliminary squad in December with the board ruling out any chance for the 37-year-old to get his remodelled action cleared before the Feb. 2012 12:24 am Related News Shuchi Garga? Jadhav won a bronze medal at the 1952 Helsinki Games. (Source: Express photo by Gurmeet Singh) Related News Four days since the start of the paddy procurement season, ‘Mardaani’ should not be compared to ‘Singham Returns’, Very few designers have tried their hands seriously at home linen.has built a small fortune on embroidering out of Chennai (after selling his family business to the house of Chanel in 1993) for big-ticket interior stores.and restricted format talks,ties.

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needs to tell academia about the specific skills needed and ensure that academia delivers." "The Muslim prisoners in Ha’er and everywhere should know that we won’t tire and we won’t rest until we end their detention,Aishwarya was a stunner as always. 2015 1:15 am India cricketer Ajinkya Rahane with his wife seeking blessings from Lord Ganesha.” In previous videos showing the beheadings of the two American journalists and two British aid workers,” the militant said. with light fading steadily leg-spinner Shreyas Gopal,Written by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: April 15 Following the reports,have the same bioavailability and quality as drugs made by major pharmaceutical companies.

2014 4:50 pm The couple were attending the USC Trojans football game against the California Golden Bears at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. and Kohli fell for the bait. confirming that they were investigating the cause of the incident. By last mist,233 patients had been treated at Eastbourne District General Hospital where they were being “decontaminated on site” by hospital staff Officials said the effects while uncomfortable were not serious and East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said it was “extremely unlikely” the substance involved was chlorine “BirlingGapsome weird gas leak People crying Ambulances called Don’t go toBirlingGapat the moment” Sameer Jadhav an Indian-origin holidaymaker tweeted Kyle Crickmore who was at the Birling Gap beach with his family said it emptied in 10 minutes after people began to feel unwell He described how a “foggy haze rolled in out of nowhere” and there was a “strong smell of chlorine in the air” “It was definitely out of the ordinary considering it was a nice clear sunny day 10 minutes beforehand” he told the BBC Thousands of people are expected to head to the coast again today which is a UK-wide holiday The beaches in East Sussex are open as normal and there were no officers at the scene by today “We need to find out the cause where did this come from and to make sure that steps are taken so that it does not happen again I have not heard of it happening before in this area” said Eastbourne councillor Kathy Ballard For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Brussels | Published: September 12 2017 7:38 pm This file photo distributed by the North Korean government shows what was said to be the launch of a Hwasong-14 ICBM (Source: AP) Related News NATO has joined world powers’ diplomatic efforts to stop North Korea’s missile programme but it cannot yet rely on its US-built shield to defend Europe experts and diplomats said The United States says the shield more than a decade in the planning is needed to protect against so-called rogue states a term US officials have used to refer to North Korea and Iran But with Berlin Paris and London potentially within striking distance of North Korea’s missiles from next year officials say the US-led alliance’s system needs more radars and special interceptors to destroy a rocket from Pyongyang “The NATO shield in its current state lacks the reach and early warning radars to shoot down North Korean rockets It’s a weak link” said Michael Elleman a missile defence analyst at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) “Early tracking is also difficult because North Korean missiles would be flying over Russia where NATO obviously cannot put radars” he added The sort of interceptor needed to shoot down North Korean ballistic missiles could breach a Soviet-era arms control agreement between the United States and Russia because of its greater range arms experts say Moscow has long objected to US missile shield plans saying their real aim is to neutralize Russia’s own nuclear arsenal rather than meet the perceived threat from “rogue states” Russia’s strategic concerns would therefore make it hard to renegotiate the 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty something arms experts say would be required if a North Korean missile shield were to be fully effective SWITCHED ON Alliance planning to confront any threat from Pyongyang is in its infancy Following North Korea’s country’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test on Sept 3 two senior NATO diplomats told Reuters that protection against the North Korean threat was only beginning to be considered at NATO headquarters in Brussels That was despite a more forceful diplomatic tone on the crisis and warnings on the scale and immediacy of the threat from US President Donald Trump’s new ambassador to NATO France’s defence minister and the alliance’s deputy head While analysts do not expect North Korea to have a reliable intercontinental ballistic missile until next year at the earliest NATO’s European allies could become a target as a way of threatening their closest partner the United States a third NATO diplomat said stressing that was only speculation The United States switched on its $800 million European missile defence umbrella in May last year at a site in Romania to protect against Iranian rockets The system controlled from a NATO base in Germany includes radars and interceptors stretching from eastern Europe to the Mediterranean A final site in Poland should be ready by late 2018 extending the European umbrella from Greenland and the Azores To shoot down a ballistic missile from North Korea would require a new generation of interceptor the Block II which is still in development It is capable of downing ballistic rockets earlier and at a much higher altitude However Elleman said that US missile sites in Alaska and California as well as in Japan and South Korea were likely to be given priority before Europe when they are ready in 2018 “There will be a lot of competition for the assets” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Amrita Chaudhary | Ludhiana | Published: February 22 2012 2:53 am Related News In a major developmenttwo senior faculty members of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU)one of the level of director and another of the level of head of the departmenthave submitted their resignations to the university authorities The matter came to light on Wednesday Officiallyit has been learnt that the two professors in question have expressed their willingness to quit their jobsciting personal reasons Howeversources claimed that both have been given an honourable passage out by the authorities after they were found wanting in the duties Both the faculty membersit has been learntwere near retirement Dr V P Mittalwho was posted as PAUs Bathinda Research Station Directoris said to be involved in the illegal sale of trees planted at this station while Dr Pushpinder Singh AulakhHead of the Department of Horticulturewas found smelling of alcohol at the Citrus Festival recently organised at Abohar by the university PAU Vice-Chancellor Dr B S Dhillon said? ? download Indian Express App More 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