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Saturday is a holiday for Milad Al Nabi in UAE

Posted on 31 January 2012 by admin

Dubai, January 31: Saturday 4th of February has been declared a public holiday for the private sector in the United Arab Emirates to mark Milad Al Nabi – the birthday of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

Minister of Labour Saqr Ghobash made the announcement in a circular issued on Monday.

Ghobash extended greetings on the auspicious occasion to President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Their Highnesses the Supreme Council Members and Rulers of the Emirates and to the people of the UAE, as well as Islamic nations.

Earlier, Humaid Mohamed Al Qattami, Minister of Education, Chairman of the Federal Authority for Human Resources, on Monday issued a circular to all Federal Ministries and Institutions on the occasion of Mawlid, the birthday celebration of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him), which falls on Saturday, February 4.

He said that as this event falls on an official holiday it therefore shall not be transferred or compensated for, according to the Cabinet decree No. 13 of 2010.

The circular said article 5/100 of the federal cabinet resolution no. 11 of 2008 reads ”A public holiday shall not be transferred or compensated if it falls on a public holiday or at the weekend”.

Al Qattami congratulated the President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan; His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Their Highnesses, Members of the Supreme Council and Rulers of the Emirates, people of the UAE and Muslim countries all over the world on this occasion.


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Clinton urges UNSC to act ‘fast’ on Syria

Posted on 31 January 2012 by admin

The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has urged the UN Security Council to act ‘fast’ on Syria, and make it clear to its regime that the international community views its actions as a ‘threat’ to peace and security.
“The Security Council must act and make clear to the Syrian regime that the world community views its actions as a threat to peace and security. “The violence must end, so that a new period of democratic transition can begin,” Clinton said in a statement yesterday.
Clinton said she would be attending the UN Security Council meeting on Syria today. “Tomorrow, I will attend a United Nations Security Council meeting on Syria where the international community should send a clear message of support to the Syrian people: we stand with you,” she said.
In fact, Clinton would be joined by the French foreign minister at the UN headquarters in New York as the 15-member powerful body including India and Pakistan to discuss a Arab League resolution on this issues, which was presented to the body yesterday.
Several Arab ministers and ministers from Security Council member countries are expected to participate in the meeting. The Arab League is backing a resolution that calls on the international community to support its ongoing efforts, because the status quo is unsustainable, she said.
“The longer the Assad regime continues its attacks on the Syrian people and stands in the way of a peaceful transition, the greater the concern that instability will escalate and spill over throughout the region,” Clinton said.

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Antony blames Army for chief”s age row

Posted on 31 January 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Jan 31 (UNI) Laying the blame on the army’s doors for the controversy over Gen V K Singh’s age issue, Defence Minister A K Antony today said it occured because the force kept two sets of his date of birth for 36 years and maintained there was no civil-military confrontation.

“For 36 years, two branches of the same institution maintained two dates of birth and that is why this controversy,” he told reporters here in his first detailed comments on the raging controversy that is before the Supreme Court now.

“It is unfortunate that it took years together but I don’t agree with some of you that it is a civil-military controversy,” Antony added.

He suggested that the government had no role to play in the whole issue as this discrepancy was first noticed in 2006 by the Army headquarters and reconciled at that level then and later in 2008 by two respective chiefs.

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We”ll play different cricket during ODIs: Raina

Posted on 30 January 2012 by admin

Sydney, Jan 30 (UNI) Unfazed by the Test debacle as he was not a part of the team, Indian middle-order batsman Suresh Raina today said his side will play some “different cricket” to give a better account of itself in the shorter formats starting with a Twenty20 match against Australia here on Wednesday.

India lost the Test series 0-4 but Raina said the squad for Twenty20s and ODI tri-series, also featuring Sri Lanka, will deliver better performances.

“We won the ODI series here last time. We have also won the World Cup. We won other series too. It’s the same set of players largely. You would see different cricket from India,” said Raina.

India’s disappointing show in the Test series would have little effect on a largely young team in coloured clothing and Raina took pains to stress the point.

“Test matches were different. I was not part of it but what I watched, Australians played better cricket. They executed their plans well, bowled well, bowled in good areas.

Unfortunately, we didn’t bat well in pair. Hopefully, we will do well in next series.”

Raina’s confidence stems from the fact that most of the youngsters, including himself, have prepared well for the forthcoming series.

“The youngsters have done well in the last couple of months. So we hope for the best. There are a lot of youngsters who have come from India. They have played good first-class cricket and done very well at home. I played three four domestic matches and got a double century,” he said.

Raina believes the present tour would be useful for the youngsters as the next world cup, in 2015, is scheduled in Australia and New Zealand.

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Gilani hints at early general elections in Pakistan

Posted on 30 January 2012 by admin

Islamabad, Jan 30 (UNI) Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has hinted at the possibility of Pakistan’s next general election being held ahead of schedule, saying he will hold consultations on the issue with his allies and the opposition.

The general election could be held sometime after the passage of the federal budget, Gilani indicated during an interaction with Pakistani journalists last night following his return from Davos, Switzerland, where he attended the World Economic Forum.

Though the next general election is scheduled for March 2013, several opposition parties, including the PML-N and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, have demanded early polls to help the country tide over numerous challenges.

Leaders of the ruling Pakistan People’s Party had recently said the general election could possibly be held in October or November.

Gilani said, “With the passage of the fifth budget, the election year starts and we are of the view that early elections are likely after the budget.” The timing for the next election will be worked out with opposition parties and the government’s allies as and when required, he said.

“In politics, no walls are built but bridges are made. We want free, fair and transparent elections and a smooth transition will set a tradition for future,” he said.

Gilani said the federal budget will be presented in May to give parliamentarians more time to debate issues.

President Asif Ali Zardari will address parliament according to schedule, he said without setting a date for the speech. “He (Zardari) will become the first President to address a joint sitting of parliament for the fifth time,” he added.

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Protectionism to hurt both — US and India, warns Pranab

Posted on 30 January 2012 by admin

Worried over the adverse fallout of protectionism, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee today said if the US stops outsourcing jobs to India, profitability of both the economies will be hurt.

“…if US stops outsourcing jobs from India to some extent profitability of the economies will be affected,” Mukherjee told reporters here.

Speaking at the end of a two-day visit, he said that nations were free to adopt policies that suited their requirements, but the policies should not lead to protectionism.

Moreover, he stressed, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) too is working to free flow of goods and services across the globe.

US President Barack Obama had earlier said that the companies which provide jobs at home would get bigger tax breaks but those outsourcing work would have to pay more.

Mukherjee, however, pitched for uninterrupted flow of goods and services and removal of tariff and non-tariff barriers arguing that these measures have yielded desired results for all.

“Protectionism ultimately does not help the country that resorts to it”, he said, adding “there is merit in giving up protectionism and I do hope the countries will not resort to it.”

Mukherjee attributed the high growth in the past to liberalisation of international trade by reduction in tariffs.

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Muslim Front asks Bukhari to abandon ‘Imamat’

Posted on 30 January 2012 by admin

New Delhi- Jan 30: The president of All India Minority Front (AIMF) Mr. S.M. ASIF today lambasted the Imam of Historical Jama Masjid of Delhi,

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Goa Ex Speaker Haroon new Goa state president of AIMF

Posted on 28 January 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Jan 28:The National President of All India  Minorities Front

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New resolution seeks backing for Syria plan at UN Council

Posted on 28 January 2012 by admin

European and Arab nations called on the UN Security Council to back an Arab League plan on the Syria crisis under which President Bashar al-Assad would have to stand down.

Morocco presented a draft resolution to the 15-nation body — drawn up by Arab states with Britain, France and Germany — that seeks to end months of UN deadlock over Syria.

Russia and China vetoed a previous European resolution in October, accusing the West of seeking regime change.

“I think we have the chance today to open a new chapter on Syria,” said Germany’s UN ambassador Peter Wittig as he entered Fiday’s talks.

The draft, which still faces days of talks amid doubts from Russia and its allies, says the council “fully supports” an Arab League plan released last weekend under which Assad would hand over powers to a deputy so that new elections can be held.

The text “encourages” all states to follow sanctions imposed by the Arab League against Syria in November, but contains no mandatory action.

Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said earlier in Moscow that his country would not support any measure which orders Assad to leave office, Russian media reported.

Diplomats said they hoped for a vote within days.

Official talks on the resolution are only expected to start on Monday however.

Arab League Secretary General Nabil al-Arabi and Qatar’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani are to brief the council Tuesday about the Syria plan.


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PM fast-tracks development of inland waterways

Posted on 28 January 2012 by admin

New Delhi, Jan 28 (UNI) In a bid to ease the burden on rail and road infrastructure, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has taken steps to fast-track the development and use of inland waterways by involving public and private sectors.

The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has agreed to use the inland waterways to transport three million metric tonnes of coal for Barh power project in Bihar.

A tripartite agreement has been signed between the NTPC, the Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) and a private developer, which has led to competitive transportation rates for the NTPC, a PMO statement said.

It said a private sector investment of about Rs 650 crore has been committed with regard to the Farakka Power Project in West Bengal.

The waterways will be used to transport coal imported by NTPC for its power plants.

At a meeting chaired by Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister Pulok Chatterjee it was decided that the execution of coal handling facility at Jogighopa and rail connectivity will be taken up under the Non Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR) scheme.

A slew of decisions taken at the inter-ministerial coordination committee meeting include a commitment by the Food Corporation of India to provide cargo commitment for three years for transportation of foodgrains to Tripura and Assam from Kolkata and within Assam. .

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