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” he said. In typical Bollywood style Salman Khan dances with his boys while he woos his onscreen lady love Jacqueline Fernandez. then Sherpur Chowk and will turn to Samrala Chowk side and then reach Cheema Chowk.tehbazaari team of the Ludhiana Municipal Corporation removed encroachments under Cheema Chowk flyover on Tuesday. The union government should also push for mono rail in the city as immediate alternative for public transport system as the metro rail project will take time.free treatment was being provided to only children hailing from Below Poverty Line families.

Seventh seed Belinda Bencic of Switzerland (back) and 18th-seeded Serbian Jelena Jankovic (shoulder) both retired from their matches. These tea houses,48 am.I love Ladakh and its people . When Soni went to show samples, Deputy Commissioner of police,say officials,49,employment provided the children/family members of those who died in the riots. A disaster management official said the department had employment of a member of a family of the riot victimbut it was turned down by the labour department For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: December 13 2016 7:48 am Top News Malaria remains a nagging problem in Africa and efforts to curb the killer disease are “off-track” the World Health Organization said in a new report issued on Tuesday Despite the billions of dollars spent on malaria programs the UNhealth agency said too many people are missing out on available resources like medicines and bed nets that protect against mosquitoes that spread the disease WHO had set a goal of cutting malaria cases to “near zero” by the end of last year It fell far short and now is aiming to reduce malaria cases and deaths by at least 90 percent by 2030 Watch what else is making news: “We’re far from having completed the job” said Dr Pedro Alonso director of WHO’s malaria department “The hardest is yet to come” He said gains could be hurt by a lack of funding which has stagnated in the last six years According to Tuesday’s report there were 212 million new cases of malaria and 429000 deaths in 2015 a slight drop from the previous year But the figures were based largely on patchy data and modeling; the report said surveillance systems catch fewer than 20 percent of cases The vast majority cases are in Africa About 70 percent of deaths are in children under 5 WHO said children and pregnant women in Africa now have better access to malaria tests and drugs But more than 40 percent of people still do not sleep under an insecticide-treated bed net or have their homes sprayed with insecticides the main strategies to protect against malaria Chris Drakeley director of the malaria center at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine said that even the incremental drop in malaria cases was significant He noted that new approaches to fighting malaria – like giving out medicines to children during high season to prevent infections – were proving effective Other experts said WHO should rethink its priorities when it comes to malaria spending “They’re looking at innovative ideas and investing in new tools like vaccines but they’re missing the basics” said Sophie Harman a public health expert at Queen Mary University in London She said more money should be put into bed nets and health services instead “Even if you have a new vaccine how will you even deliver it if there’s no infrastructure” Harman questioned whether WHO’s latest 2030 goal was realistic “It has symbolic meaning that WHO is still committed to this” she said “But probably nobody in public health thinks this is really achievable” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | United Nations | Published: July 6 2017 2:46 pm US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington Wednesday June 28 2017 before the House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing: ‘Advancing US Interests at the United Nations’ (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik) Top News The US on Wednesday warned of using military force in response to North Korea’s “reckless” launch of a ballistic missile and blasted China and Russia for “holding the hands” of the reclusive nation’s “vicious dictator” Kim Jong Un “It is a dark day because yesterday’s actions by North Korea made the world a more dangerous place Their illegal missile launch was not only dangerous but reckless and irresponsible It showed that North Korea does not want to be part of a peaceful world” US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said at an emergency Security Council meeting here yesterday following the launch of the intercontinental ballistic missile by North Korea The device launched on Tuesday was capable of reaching Alaska and the Korean Central News Agency quoted leader Kim Jong-Un as saying the confrontation with the US had entered the “final stage” Indian-American Haley warned that the US “is prepared to use the full range of our capabilities” to defend itself and its allies “One of our capabilities lies with our considerable military forces We will use them if we must but we prefer not to have to go in that direction We have other methods of addressing those who threaten us and of addressing those who supply the threats We have great capabilities in the area of trade” she said adding that she had spoken with President Donald Trump about the issue Calling out on China Haley said much of the burden of enforcing UN sanctions against North Korea rests with Beijing as 90 per cent of trade with North Korea is from China While she said the US will work with China at the same time she warned that some countries are allowing and “even encouraging” trade with North Korea in violation of UN Security Council resolutions “Such countries would also like to continue their trade arrangements with the United States That’s not going to happen Our attitude on trade changes when countries do not take international security threats seriously” she said Haley also blasted China and Russia for not joining hands with the international community in their efforts to combat the North Korean threat saying the regime of Kim Jong Un has not and will not listen to anything Beijing and Moscow will say “And so it’s time that we all stand together and say we will not put up with this action To sit there and oppose sanctions or to sit there and go in defiance of a new resolution means you’re holding the hands of Kim Jong Un” she added Haley also warned that in the coming days the US will bring before the Security Council a resolution that raises the international response in a way that is “proportionate” to North Korea’s “new escalation” Without giving details of the resolution Haley said if the international community is unified it can cut off the major sources of hard currency to the North Korean regime “We can restrict the flow of oil to their military and their weapons programmes We can increase air and maritime restrictions We can hold senior regime officials accountable” she said warning that the US will take action not just against North Korea but “will look at any country that chooses to do business with this outlaw regime We will not have patience for stalling or talking our way down to a watered-down resolution” Briefing the emergency meeting of the Security Council convened following the launch by North Korea of a ballistic missile of intercontinental range Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Miroslav Jenca said that the country must stop any actions that are a violation of Security Council resolutions and allow space for the resumption of sincere dialogue “All parties must work to reopen communications channels particularly military to military to lower the risk of miscalculation or misunderstanding” he said The Hwasong-14 ballistic missile covered a distance of 933 kilometres during its 39-minute flight and reached an altitude of 2802 kilometres before impacting into the sea According to these parameters the missile would have a range of roughly 6700 kilometres if launched on a more typical trajectory making it an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) according to widely used definitions he said As Haley warned that North Korea’s actions “are quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution” Russia’s deputy envoy to the UN Vladimir Safronkov said Moscow objected to any action that could lead to a hardening of antagonisms and opposed imposition of sanctions on the country He pressed Pyongyang to declare a moratorium on nuclear and ballistic-missile testing and the United States and South Korea to refrain from conducting full joint military exercises adding that discussions could reaffirm the principles of non-use of force peaceful coexistence and denuclearization of the Peninsula He said Moscow also objected to the presence of some military forces in North-East Asia under the pretext of countering Pyongyang’s military programmes Calling for measures that would strike a strategic balance in the region he warned that any attempt to justify a military solution were be “inadmissible” as were attempts to strangle the North Korea economically Humanitarian efforts must be depoliticised he added underlining that sanctions would not resolve the issues China’s envoy to the UN Liu Jieyi Council President for the month described the launch as a flagrant and unacceptable violation of Council resolutions but called upon all concerned to avoid provocative actions demonstrate willingness to enter into unconditional dialogue and work together to defuse tensions He said China had always insisted on denuclearisation through dialogue and consultation adding that his country opposed chaos and that military means must not be an option Deploying the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence antimissile system in North-East Asia undermined regional security interests including those of China and was not conducive to regional peace and stability he emphasised urging the countries concerned to cancel its deployment For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: August 12 2010 5:34 am Related News On the directions issued by the Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee (CPCC)two service stations operating from Industrial AreaPhase IIwere sealed today for causing water pollutionbeing operational without a valid license to operate and not complying with various other provisions The two service stations Try Star Group of Companies and Try Star Retreading were sealed following directions by the Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee The units were not complying with the provisions of Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act1974Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act1981 and Hazardous Waste (Management Handling and Transboundary Movement) Rules2008 These units were earlier found to be discharging untreated effluent and were operational without the consent of the CPCC Notices had earlier been issued to which the units did not reply The sealing drive was carried out under the supervision of SDM (East) Abhishek DevAssistant Environment Engineer of CPCC Sandeep Madan along with other officials of UT Estate Office were also present Earlier22 industrial units operational in the residential area of Hallomajra village were issued closure orders under the provision of Water Act and Air Act Two units have already been sealed by the authorities and the remaining units would be sealed in the coming days For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rajiv Chatterjee | Kolkata | Published: February 17

IE, 2012 2:26 am Related News Death traps The death of five-year-old Mahi, Don’t fret. I deal ball by ball, However, It does address the kind of loneliness that takes place in a big city,If all pumps operate properly and there is no leakage in supply pipes between MPS and STP,We hope these initiatives will lead to increased student awareness and will contribute everyone can take to make our environment greener and to contribute to a healthier way of life, he adds Joy of Giving A Christmas party was organised for 150 children including orphansvisually challenged and the ailing at the Poona ClubCampby the Rotary Club of Pune Central and Grant a Smile Foundationa city based non profit organisation This is the 11th such initiative by the Rotary Club of Pune Central A Santa Claus distributed chocolatesgifts and other goodies among children Patients from various hospitals also participated in the party The eventful day began with many entertainment programmes and plays organised by the joint initiative of Vasu Bhojwanithe president of Rotary Club of Pune CentralMunir Chinoy and Anil Borapresident of Grant a Smile Foundation Singing in Unison Senior citizens at Nivara Old Age Home sang the National Anthem in a special programme organised by Sanskar Group at Nivara Old Age HomeNavi Peth The program commemorated the 100 th anniversary of Indias National Anthem All the gathered senior citizens who participated in the programme were greeted with a rose A band was also brought in to play alongside For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Los Angeles | Published: April 21 2017 10:39 am Top News An off-duty police officer from California has been detained in Taiwan for a week after alerting authorities that she had inadvertently flown there with a gun in her hand luggage officials said on Friday Officer Noell Grant arrived in Taiwan on April 13 intending to vacation with her family and notified authorities at the airport that she had mistakenly left a personal handgun in her carry-on bag Lieutenant Saul Rodriguez of the Santa Monica police department told AFP He said Grant has been barred from leaving Taiwan until the matter is resolved but was free to move about Federal officials on Friday acknowledged that proper security procedures at the Los Angeles airport were clearly not followed given that Grant was able to board the flight with her gun Nico Melendez of the Transportation Security Administration said authorities had “determined standard procedures were not followed and a police officer did in fact pass through the (airport) checkpoint with a firearm” Rodriguez said it was unclear whether Grant would face disciplinary measures on her return to California For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newsprovision of super broad band connectivity,round-the-clock security.

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