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He further said that the ongoing economic crisis is an opportunity to come together and push for a stronger self reliant India and urged other industry players to support domestic producers in achieving quality and scale. While many industrialists are upset as their businesses with China is important to maintain healthy margins and continuity, the JSW Group owner underlined that this situation has come because of the blind complacency in accepting cheaper imports from China rather than developing them in India. Also Read: Salaried employees struggle to earn living even after unlock; only 5.5% of lost salaried jobs come backMeanwhile, Parth Jindal, MD, JSW Cement, had said that the JSW Group has a net annual import of $400 million from China, which will be brought down to zero in the next 24 months. He also said that the unprovoked attack by the Chinese on Indian soil, on our brave jawaans has been a huge wakeup call and a clarion call for action. Apart from the JSW Group, CAIT and many MSME firms have also raised their voices against Chinese products. While private bodies have stepped up to avoid the products from China, various state governments have cancelled the already signed projects with the Chinese firms.
Indian officials are aghast at the perceived capitulation to pressure from some community groups in Canada, and described the updated version of the ”2018 Public Report on the Terrorist Threat to Canada ” as a ”full retreat ” by Ottawa. The updated version was released on Friday, about 24 hours before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was scheduled to attend a Vasakhi parade, organised in Vancouver by the Khalsa Diwan Society, with national defence minister Harjit Sajjan.The erasure of eight references to Sikh extremism and organisations and six references to Khalistan, the so called homeland sought by some radical groups, came against the backdrop of reports that pressure groups in the Sikh community had threatened Canada 's ruling Liberal Party with dire consequences in an election year.
According to Cyberabad Police Commissioner V C Sajjanar, Operation Smile Teams of Cyberabad during the month of February and March rescued a total of 91 (61 boys, 30 girls) children from rag picking, child labour and begging. Wherein 81children (51 boys, 30 girls) were sent to Shelter Homes and 10 children (boys) were handed over to their parents.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, second from left, and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis right, shake hands with their Canadian counterparts Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland, second from right, and Canadian Minister of Defense Harjit Sajjan, left, as they conclude their news conference following a U.S. Canada 2 2 Ministerial at the State Department in Washington, Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. (AP Photo Manuel Balce Ceneta)
OTTAWA The Canadian military's upcoming foray into Mali is expected to include a marked female presence as the Trudeau government looks to have Canada lead by example in the push to have more women on peacekeeping missions. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan on Monday will unveil details of Canada's mission to Mali, which will be centred around the deployment of up to six military helicopters.
Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan is to provide details of the number of troops on Monday, said the source, speaking on condition of anonymity about what will be Canada;s first mission to Africa since Rwanda in 1994.Jihadists have ramped up their activities in central Mali in recent months, targeting domestic and foreign forces in violence once confined to the country 's north.
TORONTO Canada is extending its military mission against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Iraq for another two years. Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan said Thursday that Canada is renewing its contribution to the Global Coalition until March 31, 2019.
Canada 's defence minister Harjit Sajjan has apologised in Parliament for claiming to have been the architect ” of the country 's largest battle in Afghanistan.Harjit Sajjan on Monday repeatedly said sorry for what he called a mistake ” while being grilled by opposition lawmakers about his remark last month during a speech in India.
I spent much of November and December of last year arguing that naming a very recently retired former general as U.S. Secretary of Defense is problematic that there is much confusion to be had, by the former officer, the person who picked him, and the public. Well, we see in recent days that this argument may have applied to the country to the north as well.
Harjit Sajjan repeatedly said sorry for what he called a "mistake" while being grilled by opposition lawmakers about his remark last month during a speech in India.The battle involving Canada's Operation Medusa was planned and executed in 2006 by then Major General David Fraser, who was responsible for all NATO forces in southern Afghanistan. Operation Medusa was one of the bloodiest and most pivotal battles of the Afghan war.
The battle involving Canada;s Operation Medusa was planned and executed in 2006 by then Maj. Gen. David Fraser, who was responsible for all NATO forces in southern Afghanistan. At the time of the operation, Sajjan was a major in Afghanistan, a much lower rank.Interim Conservative opposition leader Rona Ambrose criticized Sajjan 's initial comment as "stolen valor " and asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to dismiss him. Trudeau said Sajjan acknowledged the mistake and continues to have his full confidence.
Punjab government's decision to cold shoulder Sajjan can be gauged from the fact that not even a single state government minister or MLA 'dared' to meet him, a retired Punjab Police havaldar's son, who rose to the rank of Canada's defence minister.Sajjan's relatives in his native village Bambehali, Hoshiarpur were also dismayed as only a couple of government officers were present in the village which welcomed him with marigold garlands.
OTTAWA The federal government will soon announce a plan to bolster United Nations peace efforts in Africa, including trans border operations, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said Monday, as he wrapped up a five country, fact finding mission to the continent.
Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan responds to a question in the House of Commons, in Ottawa, on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. (Adrian Wyld The Canadian Press) OTTAWA The federal government will soon announce a plan to bolster United Nations peace efforts in Africa, including trans border operations, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said Monday, as he wrapped up a five country, fact finding mission to the continent.