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U.N. committee will take up Palestinian bid on Friday

Posted on 29 September 2011 by admin

United Nations, Sept 28(Lubna Asif):The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday advanced the Palestinian statehood bid, marking the first step in the consideration process for the controversial request.
The 15-member Security Council convened very briefly Wednesday morning, and immediately forwarded Palestine’s request for statehood and full membership to the U.N. to its committee on new admissions. The committee will meet to discuss the bid on Friday morning.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas submitted the request last Friday, following his address to the U.N. General Assembly in New York. The United States has vowed repeatedly to veto the bid, saying a Palestinian state must result from direct talks with Israel. President Barack Obama told a meeting of the U.N. General Council on Sept. 21 that peace “will not come through statements and resolutions” as he argued against the proposed Palestinian statehood bid.

“I am convinced that there is no shortcut to the end of a conflict that has endured for decades. Peace will not come through statements and resolutions at the U.N. — if it were that easy, it would have been accomplished by now,” Obama said. “Ultimately, it is Israelis and Palestinians who must live side by side. Ultimately, it is Israelis and Palestinians — not us — who must reach agreement on the issues that divide them: on borders and security; on refugees and Jerusalem.”
A new Jerusalem Post poll showed that Obama’s speech resonated with Israeli Jews, with 54 percent calling his policies more pro-Israel, compared with the 19 percent who said the administration favored Palestinians. That marked a major surge from a previous poll taken in May that found just 12 percent considered the administration’s policies more pro-Israel.
Israel announced on Tuesday it had approved the construction of 1,100 new housing units in the east Jerusalem settlement of Gilo. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called the project “counterproductive” to resuming direct negotiations. Abbas has said he will not return to negotiations until all settlement construction is halted by Israel.

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PM announces Rs 1,000 crore assistance to Sikkim

Posted on 29 September 2011 by admin

Gangtok, Sep 29 (UNI) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today made an aerial survey of quake-ravaged areas of Sikkim and announced Rs 1,000 crore as Central assistance to the state.

He also met victims of the 6.8 magnitude quake admitted to the STNM Hospital. Around 200 persons are receiving treatment at the hospital

Singh, who surveyed the worst-affected areas like Lachung, Lachen, Chungthang and Dzongu, said, “I have announced a sum of Rs 1000 crore from the central government towards relief in the aftermath of the tragedy”.

He said the Centre will ensure that every possible assistance is given to the people of Sikkim to reconstruct and rebuild their lives.

The state administration is scheduled to present a power-point presentation to the Prime Minister on the widespread damages and devastation caused by the temblor.

He is also scheduled to discuss relief for the affected at a high-level meeting here.

Over 90 people were killed in the September 18 quake.

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Harbhajan axed; Sharma, Aravind new faces in team

Posted on 29 September 2011 by admin

Chennai, Sep 29 (UNI) Off-colour spinner Harbhajan Singh was today dropped as the selectors opted

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US is going to take tougher line against Pak: Mullen

Posted on 28 September 2011 by admin

Once considered a close mate of Pakistani generals, Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, has said that Americans are now going to have to take a tougher line in demanding Pakistan rein in terror groups.

“I am losing people, and I am just not going to stand for that. I have been Pakistan’s best friend. What does it say when I am at that point? What does it say about where we are?” Mullen told The Wall Street Journal in an interview.

Mullen who demits office by the end of this month said he was leaving with a muddled legacy on Pakistan, an area which he had made a top priority because its border region has been a haven for al-Qaeda and other militant groups intent on attacking US interest.

Explaining his switch, Mullen, said that the partnership approach with Islamabad, which he had long championed had fallen short and would be difficult to revive.

The Admiral took his conclusions to Congress last week where he declared publicly — what until then had been confined to private remarks — that Pakistan’s military intelligence is collaborating with a militant group that US links for attack on Americans in Afghanistan, triggering a major rift between the two nations.

The shift by Mullen infuriated officials in Islamabad, who deny supporting militants, and cast a pall of uncertainty over the tenuous US-Pakistan bond, the daily reported.

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Calcutta HC verdit on Singur is ”historic”: Mamata

Posted on 28 September 2011 by admin

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today described as a “historic verdict” the Calcutta High Court’s order upholding validity of the Singur Land Rehabilitation and Development Act 2011 by which West Bengal government vested the land leased to Tata Motors Limited.

“Today’s verdict is historic verdict. Agitation of the farmers in Singur has not only shown the path to other parts of India, but also to the whole world,” Banerjee said after the High Court verdict.

“I am grateful to the court, I have the highest respect for the judiciary,” she said.

Banerjee said after the stay given by the court on operation of the order till November 2, “We will decide on the modalities of giving back the land to the farmers.”

A large factory would be set up on 600 acres of land at Singur, while the rest 400 acres will be returned to the unwilling farmers who had not accepted compensation for the acquisition made by the erstwhile Left Front government in 2006, the Chief Minister said.

In an apparent dig at the CPI(M) for slamming the Singur Land Rehabilitation and Development Act, 2011 passed in the Assembly, she said, “A lot had been said alleging we were in great hurry to push through the Bill and were committing mistakes.”

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Obama, Manmohan in frequent touch: US official

Posted on 28 September 2011 by admin

President Barack Obama has utmost respect and admiration for the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and the two leaders continue to have frequent

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China vows ”full support” to Pak”s sovereignty

Posted on 27 September 2011 by admin

China today pledged its “full support” to Pakistan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and vowed to work with it for peace in the region, amid a US-Pak row over ISI’s links with the Haqqani network responsible for attacks on American forces in Afghanistan.

China’s Public Security Minister Meng Jianzhu, who arrived here yesterday, conveyed Beijing’s support during a meeting with Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani this afternoon.

Meng “categorically extended” China’s full support to “Pakistan’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity and vowed to work with it for progress and peace in the region and the world,” state-run APP news agency reported.

Gilani described China as Pakistan’s close friend. He said “a friend of China is Pakistan’s friend, its enemy (is) Pakistan’s enemy and China’s security (is) Pakistan’s security.”

The two countries together “can progress and prosper and bring the dividends of development to their people,” Gilani said.

The meeting was attended by Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir and the Ambassadors of both countries.

Meng met Pakistan army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani shortly after his arrival in Islamabad yesterday.

The two leaders discussed the situation in the region and the war on terrorism, sources said.

The Chinese minister will also attend a banquet hosted in his honour by President Asif Ali Zardari.

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Pranab to speak on 2G issue, if needed, after meeting PM

Posted on 27 September 2011 by admin

Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee today maintained that he will speak, if necessary, on the finance ministry note on 2G spectrum allocation issue only after talking to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh tomorrow. “I am reiterating what I have said in New York and Delhi.

If there is anything necessary to speak on the finance ministry note obtained through an RTI application, I will speak after talking to the Prime Minister and other senior colleagues tomorrow”, Mukherjee told reporters at his residence here.

“Yesterday, I had stated that so long the Prime Minister is outside the country, I would not like to make any comment on the finance ministry note.”The Prime Minister is coming back this evening and I am going back to Delhi by tomorrow evening. If there is anything to be told after talking to the Prime Minister and my other colleagues, I will make my comment”, he said earlier at the airport after arriving from Delhi.

Mukherjee had returned to Delhi yesterday from New York after a five-day visit to the US amid a controversy over the March 25 note of the Finance Ministry to the Prime Minister’s Office(PMO) which said 2G spectrum could have been auctioned if the then Finance Minister P Chidambaram had insisted on this route.

He had stated that “I have spoken to media (yesterday). I have nothing to add in respect of the finance ministry note.”

Mukherjee had met Singh in New York on Sunday after which he had said he would have to seek “expert opinion” on the note issue. He had described Chidambaram as “our valued colleague” but made it clear that he would make any comments on the issue only after he spoke to the Home Minister, Law Minister Salman Khurshid and other party leaders.

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Krishna attends reception hosted by Khar in New York

Posted on 27 September 2011 by admin

New York, Sep 27(Lubna Asif): In a departure from protocol, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna attended a reception hosted by his Pakistani

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President Karzai in peace pledge at Rabbani funeral

Posted on 26 September 2011 by admin

Afghan President Hamid Karzai vowed to continue efforts to broker a peace deal with the Taliban today as he led thousands of mourners at the funeral of his assassinated peace envoy Burhanuddin Rabbani.

Kabul police deployed thousands of extra officers as part of a security lockdown designed to protect the funeral prayers being offered at the presidential palace from increasingly brazen gun and suicide attacks.

Rabbani, president of Afghanistan during the 1992-1996 civil war and chairman of Karzai’s hand-picked High Peace Council, was killed on Tuesday by a turban bomber purporting to be a peace emissary from the Taliban leadership.

He was the most senior national leader assassinated in Afghanistan since the 2001 American invasion, depriving Karzai of a key Tajik ally in the increasingly fractious world of ethnically-riven Afghan politics.

Following the killing of Karzai’s brother Ahmed Wali Karzai, his kingpin in the south, and last week’s 19-hour siege of the US embassy, the government has never seemed weaker in the face of the 10-year Taliban insurgency.

But the president insisted that the murder would not derail efforts to make contacts with insurgents, despite keeping up the fight.

“The blood of the martyred (Rabbani) and other martyrs of freedom requires us to continue our efforts until we reach peace and stability,” Karzai said.

“We will continue our efforts to reach peace which was the wish of martyred ustad (professor) but at the same time time, we consider it as our responsibility to fight the enemies of peace with determination”, he said.

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