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“Sri Lanka has grown on me,” He claimed the handwriting of the note and that of his daughter’s do not match at all. ‘Bajirao Mastani’ also stars Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone and Priyanka plays the role of Bajirao’s first wife Kashibai in this period drama. Mayawati and Mulayam Singh have been smarter, For Rane, According to Appleby records, exclusively chartering two liquified petroleum gas carriers to transport Sibur’s growing LPG exports to Europe. Indian cricket needs you, The United Nations Security Council will hold an emergency meeting on Wednesday in New York.The closed-door morning talks between the 15 member nations were called by the United Nations and Japan India reacted to North Korea’s test with a statement from the External Affairs Ministry saying: "We have seen reports that DPRK has conducted a nuclear test today We are assessing the available information including claims that this was a thermonuclear test It is a matter of deep concern that DPRK has again acted in violation of its international commitments in this regard We call upon DPRK to refrain from such actions which adversely impact on peace and stability in the region Our concerns about proliferation links between North East Asia and our neighbourhood are well-known" North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un signing a document of a hydrogen bomb test AFP/ North Korean TV via YONHAP Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "The nuclear test that was carried out by North Korea is a serious threat to the safety of our nation and we absolutely cannot tolerate this" "This clearly violates UN Security Council resolutions and is a grave challenge against international efforts for non-proliferation" he said adding his country would seek to coordinate efforts among UN members to deal with the action South Korean President Park Geun-Hye called the test a "grave provocation" at an emergency meeting of the Country’s National Security Council (NSC) convened immediately after the news broke "The test is not only a grave provocation to our national security but also a threat to our future. and a strong challenge to international peace and stability" she said calling for strong sanctions on Pyongyang In an earlier statement Seoul said it would "take all necessary measures including additional sanctions by the UN Security Council. so that the North will pay the price for the nuclear test" North Korea’s main ally China also said that it "firmly opposes" Pyongyang’s purported hydrogen bomb test and is monitoring the environment along its border with the North near the test site China plans to summon North Korea’s ambassador in Beijing to the Foreign Ministry to lodge a strong protest spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters at a daily briefing Wednesday China made a similar protest after the North’s last nuclear test in 2013 Wednesday’s reported test was performed in defiance of the international community and in contravention of its earlier denuclearization promises Hua said "North Korea should stop taking any actions which would worsen the situation on the Korean peninsula" Hua said Environment bureau technicians were monitoring conditions near the border but air quality near the bomb site was within the normal range Hua said In the longer term North Korea should return to long-stalled six-nation denuclearization talks hosted by China Hua said North Korea abandoned that process in 2009 saying it would continue its nuclear program to produce a deterrent against alleged threats from the US and other enemies While she made no mention of measures to respond to a test analysts say Pyongyang’s proceeding against Beijing’s objections would seriously harm a relationship already under considerable strain That will likely include agreeing to tougher UN sanctions against Kim Jong Un’s hard-line communist regime and possibly unilateral trade restrictions that could hurt the North’s moribund economy Despite that China remains the North’s most important ally and trade partner In Washington the White House would not confirm the test but vowed to "respond appropriately to any and all North Korean provocations" There was no immediate response from China North Korea’s key diplomatic protector but in a report from Pyongyang the official Xinhua news service said that the "test apparently runs counter to relevant UN resolutions" and "is set to cause repercussions" Russia also slammed the testas a clear breach of international law that could enflame tensions across the region "If this test is confirmed then it will be a new step by Pyongyang on the path of developing nuclear weapons which is a flagrant violation of international law and existing UN Security Council resolutions" Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement The European Union called ita "grave violation" of a UN ban on its development of nuclear weapons and a threat to the region "If confirmed this action would represent a grave violation of (North Korea’s) international obligations not to produce or test nuclear weapons as determined by several United Nations Security Council Resolutions and a threat to the peace and security of the entire northeast Asia region" EU foreign affairs head Federica Mogherini said in a statement France also slammed North Korea’s testing of a nuclear bomb as an "unacceptable violation" of UN Security Council resolutions and called for a "strong reaction from the international community" "While awaiting confirmation of the characteristics of the nuclear test announced and observed last night in North Korea France condemns this unacceptable violation of (UN) Security Council resolutions and calls for a strong reaction from the international community" the presidency said in a statement Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop said her country "condemns in the strongest possible terms" the test which "confirms North Korea’s status as a rogue state and a continuing threat to international peace and security" adding that Canberra would express its concerns to Pyongyang directly and call for stronger UN sanctions The test which came just two days before leader Kim Jong-Un’s birthday was initially detected by international seismology monitors as a 51-magnitude tremor next to the North’s main Punggye-ri nuclear test site in the northeast of the country Last month North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un suggested Pyongyang had already developed a hydrogen bomb The claim was questioned by international experts and there was continued scepticism over today’s test announcement With agency inputs Kashipur (Uttarakhand): Rahul Gandhi today tore into BJP’s claims of being tough on terror as he raked up the ‘Kandahar hijack’ in which three terrorists were freed by the Vajpayee government and claimed that 22000 people were killed in terror attacks during the six-year NDA rule Taking on the opposition party which has accused the Congress government of being soft on terror he said the then top functionaries of the BJP government including Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee bowed to the wishes of hijackers while Congress always stood up to terrorists Rahul Gandhi PTI "Kandahar hijack happened Their top leaders from number one to five saluted them (hijackers) asked them what do you want Money was given to them Terrorists were released and Jaswant Singh (then External Affairs Minister) went with them to Pakistan" he said addressing a public meeting here The Congress Vice President was referring to the hijack of Indian Airlines plane in December 1999 during its flight from Kathmandu to Delhi It was taken to Kandahar in Afghanistan and three dreaded terrorists were freed in exchange of the passengers held hostage in the aircraft for about eight days Jaswant Singh had gone along with the freed terrorists to Kandahar which became a matter of huge controversy Among the freed terrorists was Masood Azhar who later floated Jaish-e-Mohammad terror outfit in Pakistan and it carried out a number of attacks in India The same terrorists Rahul said carried out numerous attacks in India including the one on Parliament in 2001 He said 22000 people including soldiers lost their lives in terror violence during the Vajpayee government between 1998 and 2004 because "BJP bowed to the wishes of terrorists and it also practised the politics of anger" On the contrary only 800 such deaths occurred during the five years of UPA-II regime he said crediting the Congress’ politics of "brotherhood and harmony" for the sharp decline PTI Written by Coomi Kapoor | Published: August 21 2016 12:07 am Top News The arrangements at the President’s At Home party on Independence Day this year left much to be desired The venue a new multi-purpose convention hall situated deep in the interiors of the Rashtrapati Bhavan Estate was not the most suitable location The invitees all dressed up in their finery found to their surprise that the journey to the tea party was quite an exertion First they had to get down from their cars and be transported in golf carts to the bus stop where they had to wait for the bus which ferries passengers to various stops within the President’s Estate In the convention hall there was little opportunity for the invitees to intermingle freely since Central ministers were kept in a separate room from the other guests The VVIPs sat at the edge of the hall on a cordoned-off dais Eyeing Punjab With Arvind Kejriwal refusing to name BJP rebel Navjot Singh Sidhu as the AAP’s chief ministerial candidate from Punjab the cricketer-turned-politician is in a dilemma over his next move An option is to float a new party which could accommodate dissidents from all political parties including AAP Kejriwal meanwhile is seriously considering assuming the mantle of Punjab chief minister if the elections go in AAP’s favour Since he belongs to Haryana he does not want to announce his candidature beforehand as not being a Sikh is a disadvantage Although Kejriwal is still the Delhi Chief Minister he has handed over all key portfolios and responsibilities to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and spends very little time in the Capital Noisy neighbours On Independence Day loud firecracker blasts disturbed the peace in Delhi’s East Nizamuddin colony They were burst by a noisy group of Congress supporters who were celebrating the birthday of Sandeep Dikshit former East Delhi MP and son of former Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit who lives in the colony Since it’s just outside the boundary of Lutyens Delhi and is known for its sylvan surroundings and historical monuments in the vicinity several politicians who have had to relinquish their government bungalows after losing elections have opted to settle here The politicians can at times disrupt the tranquillity of the neighbourhood For instance a large number of TV OB vans crowd around the houses of former chief ministers Omar Abdullah and Vijay Bahuguna whenever there is a political crisis in their respective states East Nizamuddin residents Subramanian Swamy Mohammad Azharuddin M S Gill and Kamal Farooqui are all magnets for TV OB vans running on noisy polluting diesel engines Swamy as an MP high on the security list however has now moved to a government bungalow Speechless Modi The prime minister’s 95-minute address on Independence Day was one of his least inspiring He spouted scores of statistics and spoke of everything under the sun from bio-toilets to seeds and solar energy After the speech Narendra Modi flew to Sarangpur in Saurashtra to pay his last respects to Pramukh Swami Maharaj the head of the Swaminarayan sect who died on August 13 Here Modi was at his oratorical best He broke down thrice as he spoke about the Swami remarking “You may have lost a guru but I have lost a father” He recalled his close relationship with the Maharaj whom he first met in 1971 A large per cent of the Patels in Gujarat are followers of the sect and the Prime Minister’s speech went down very well with them In reverse gear Not everyone is enthused by BJP president Amit Shah’s directive that party MPs and MLAs should take part in the Tiranga Yatra between August 15 and 23 Central ministers have been assigned various states and regions Party legislators are expected to post a thousand photographs each on Facebook to prove their participation There is a general feeling that a Tiranga programme should have been launched before August 15 and culminated in flag-hoisting on Independence Day Instead it looks as if the programme is moving backwards Ministers have been asked to travel on two-wheelers and not use cars Shah himself is practising what he preaches On the very first day of the programme though there was a glitch with ministers Piyush Goel and Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore caught in Rajasthan riding on a two-wheeler without helmets For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 20 2017 9:45 pm The Danish midfielder who has made seven league appearances for the club this season fell to the ground clutching his leg and was carried off on a stretcher on the hour-mark at the Liberty Stadium (Source: Reuters) Related News Huddersfield Town’s Philip Billing faces the prospect of surgery and up to 12 weeks out and after twisting his right ankle in the team’s 2-0 loss at Swansea City last Saturday The Danish midfielder who has made seven league appearances for the club this season fell to the ground clutching his leg and was carried off on a stretcher on the hour-mark at the Liberty Stadium Huddersfield manager David Wagner said a scan on Monday would reveal the full extent of the 21-year-old’s injury “Philip Billing has a serious injury We aren’t 100 percent sure if he needs surgery or not The final investigations will be on Monday” Wagner told a news conference on Friday ahead of Huddersfield’s clash with Manchester United Meanwhile Benin forward Steve Mounie who helped the team make a strong start to the season could return to the starting line-up on Saturday after missing five games in all competitions with a heel injury “Mounie will be back in the squad He trained all week without any issues” Wagner said of the club’s record signing who has scored twice in the league so far Mounie’s attack partner Collin Quaner (calf strain) will miss the United game but could return for next week’s trip to Liverpool while midfielder Kasey Palmer (hamstring) is expected back after next month’s international break Huddersfield who are 12th in the table with nine points face a tough test against second-placed United and Wagner urged the John Smith’s Stadium crowd to rally behind the team as much as possible “We are against one of the biggest clubs in the world and we will create one of the best football atmospheres… If we want to be a competitor then we need a great backing from the stands All four stands really support us and lift the game “We will try our best and will try to make this game a real challenge for Manchester United We have to be on our very best to get a result” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News He became the first Sri Lankan to have multiple wins on the Indian tour and also to have a full card on the Asian Tour.

rather unconvincingly.the kind of make-up and costumes I haven’t worn for any other project and delivering dialogues the kind of which I never have. The 6.

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