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Making a scathing attack at the grand old party, the senior BJP leader asked, "What will the Congress show to the people of Bihar?"In a series of tweets in hindi, Sushil Modi vented his anger on the Shiv Sena led coalition ministry in Maharashtra for creating hurdles for the visiting Bihar police team to probe the 34 year old actor''s death.
This was the longest meeting we ve had and it was more productive than the other meetings, said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D N.Y., who was part of the rare weekend session. We re not close yet, but it was a productive discussion now each side knows where they re at. Schumer spoke alongside House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D Calif., after meeting for three hours with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
I could not agree more. Strong rules must be put in place to break this cycle. We need a federal ban on chokeholds, and we need consequences for police use of excessive or unnecessary force. Passing common sense legislation that encompasses these life saving, evidence based changes embodied in the Justice in Policing Act is essential to starting this crucial change. Had similar legislation already been in place, George Floyd and countless other victims of police brutality primarily Black Americans would still be alive today. Had police officers been required to identify themselves as law enforcement before using lethal force, Breonna Taylor and countless others would also still be alive today. Had Police departments implemented early intervention programs to identify and address violent officers, countless more would be alive today. Rebuilding trust between law enforcement and their communities is also a critical priority, which cannot happen until we de militarize law enforcement. But as Americans, we can ''t just stop paying attention. We need to turn our rage and grief into concrete action. President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell think we 'll get tired and just move on. Let ''s prove them wrong. Booker recalled, ”As Dr. King said, lsquo;Change does not roll in on a wheel of inevitability hellip;.It must be carried on the backs of foot soldiers who are willing to do the work to make it happen. ' WE are those foot soldiers. ” Moms Demand Action gun sense activists are proudly in lockstep with those fighting to make the change that should have already been made. Please join our fight to undo these inequities and injustices that Black Americans face within our current legal system. Please call, write, and tweet at your Senators, demanding they support the Justice in Policing Act as a meaningful step to eradicating police violence. Ask them which side of history they 'd like to be on. Then, text ”Ready ” to 644 33 to join us, Morris County Moms Demand Action. You do NOT need to be a mother to be a Mom. If you believe it ''s our patriotic duty to reclaim America ''s safety from gun violence in all its forms, then your passion and intolerance for injustice will be warmly welcomed. Jeri Patasnik, Morris County Communication Lead Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
Bitter London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea will face off in the final of the FA Cup 2020. Here''s how you can watch the match live on TV and live streamGandhi was admitted to the private facility in New Delhi at 7 pm for 'routine tests and investigations', the hospital said in a health bulletin.
Republican Senator Rick Scott, in a letter dated July 2 to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressed his condolences on the loss of lives of 20 Indian soldiers in the Galwan Valley. The United States stands with India as you fight against the Communist China s aggression and I commend your continued efforts to negotiate a peaceful resolution, Scott said in the letter tweeted on Friday. Unfortunately, we know Communist China never lives up to its commitments. The tyrants of Communist China continue to steal technology and refuse to open their markets to foreign goods as required by their agreement to be part of the World Trade Organisation, he wrote.
Learn more from Brookings scholars about the global response to coronavirus (COVID 19) Education Plus Development A conversation with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd: Prioritizing education during COVID 19 Lorenna Maysonet Thursday, July 30, 2020 Education Plus Development FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrintSMSEmailMoreReddit On July 21, former Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, spoke to a select group of education leaders from around the globe about the challenges and opportunities caused by the COVID 19 pandemic. His remarks were the latest in the Leadership Dialogue Series, a series of virtual roundtables organized by the Center for Universal Education at Brookings and the World Bank, along with Senator Esteban Bullrich of Argentina and global education expert Vikas Pota, focusing on strategies to protect investment in education as the COVID 19 crisis continues and governments struggle with competing priorities as a global recession looms. This series provides an opportunity for senior political leaders to share their expertise and insight with leaders in the education sector and answers the question, Who do heads of state listen to? L Lorenna Maysonet Center Coordinator Center for Universal Education
There are currently five zones: in Latin America, the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, Africa and Central Asia. At a minimum, all NWFZs prohibit the acquisition, testing, stationing and use of nuclear weapons within the designated territory of the zone. They also include protocols for pledges by nuclear powers not to use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against members of the zone.Israel has seemed more interested in implementing a military solution to its security challenges, including the threat of a preventive strike on Iran, than in exploring diplomatic options. But it s simply not credible that Israel can keep its unacknowledged nuclear arsenal indefinitely, while every other regional state can be stopped from getting the bomb in perpetuity. The alternatives for Israeli security planners are regional denuclearisation or proliferation. The latter would entail the further risks of heightened tension and increased instability. Moreover, a nuclear weapon capability is of no use to Israel in deterring or managing the threat of terrorism.
Is the Pentagon secretly investigating UFOs or not? (Image: Shutterstock) The U.S. government''s search for unidentified flying objects (UFOs) is ongoing, and is part of a program called the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force (UAPTF) that operates under the U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence, according to recent Senate committee reports.
Over three dozen senators demand #8216;open, transparent; inquiry into Nova Scotia shootingEditorial No more delays in announcing public inquiry into Nova Scotia massacre
In the past few Olympics, Indian men''s and women''s hockey teams have had disastrous affairs.Hindu Dharma Sena president Santosh Dubey is himself one of the main accused in the case.
The backlog for an Indian national to get permanent residency or Green Card is more than 195 years, a top Republican senator has said, urging his Senate colleagues to come out with a legislative resolution to address this problem.A Green Card, known officially as a Permanent Resident Card, is a document issued to immigrants to the US as evidence that the bearer has been granted the privilege of residing permanently.
The theme for this year;s India Ideas Summit is #8216;Building a Better Future;, a statement from the Prime Minister;s Office said on Tuesday. The summit will feature high level presence from Indian and US government policymakers, state level officials, and thought leaders from business and society, it pointed out.Other key speakers at the summit include External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo,Senator of Virginia and co chair of Senate India Caucus Mark Warner,former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley,among others. "The summit will witness discussions on areas including India US cooperation and future of the relation between the two counties in a post pandemic world, " the statement said.
Iowa s farmers and agricultural communities and the clean energy industry have all been devastated by the COVID 19 shutdown. We need some real leadership in Washington if we are going to get clean energy workers back to work while supporting the economic recovery for agricultural producers as well as the rest of our nation.That s one reason I was pleased to see a bipartisan group of senators introduce the Growing Climate Solutions Act. This bill would help many of the farming communities I work with while at the same time advancing agricultural sustainability. The fact that it has the support of environmental organizations as well as national agriculture groups like the American Farm Bureau Federation, National Corn Growers Association, American Soybean Association and National Pork Producers Council should speak loudly to all members of Iowa s congressional delegation.
Ginsburg, 87, said in a statement on Friday that chemotherapy is yielding positive results, with the latest scan showing a significant reduction in lesions and no new disease. She said she has been fully able to do her job as a justice and intends to remain on the court.But with President Donald Trump in the White House and Republicans controlling the Senate through at least January, Ginsburg s announcement raised new questions about the Supreme Court s future. The already conservative court could turn even further to the right if Trump appoints a successor to Ginsburg. Outcomes could change in cases on abortion, immigrant rights, the Affordable Care Act, and other topics.
Desperation can make even the wisest of men, and women, lose control of their faculties. And certainly no one will accuse Nepal Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli of belonging to that special category, at least not from the way he has been trying to destroy his country s relationship with India, out of sheer desperation to cling on to his post. Ever since rumblings started in his party over him holding on to two posts, party chief and Prime Minister, Oli has thought of tiding over this hiccup which is threatening to become a breach, by whipping up nationalist sentiments by portraying India as the enemy so according to him, anyone trying to replace him is pro India and thus anti Nepal. The latest in Mr Oli s anti India arsenal is the claim that Lord Rama is Nepali and Ayodhya is in Nepal. Perhaps madness will be too simple an explanation for Mr Oli s flight of fancy, for there is too much method to it as well as instigation by the Chinese. The attempt is not only to stoke Nepali pride and nationalist sentiments but also to drive a wedge between the two countries that may be separated by political geography but share civilizational roots both Hindu and Buddhist. It is akin to hitting at the root of Hindu faith and questioning one of the cornerstones of Hindu beliefs. But rewriting beliefs may not be as easy as redrawing his country s map to show Indian territory as Nepal s, as the pushback will come from within Nepal itself. From all appearances, the pushback has already started. Certainly a step such as delaying the citizenship of Indian women married to Nepalese citizens by seven years is not going to make him popular in his country, considering intermarriages are common between the two people and the international boundary is, in effect, an imaginary line when it cuts through a border village. Too many Nepalese live and work in India for India Nepal relationship to be allowed to be held hostage to one man s short sightedness. Even if China may have overtaken India as the highest source of FDI in Nepal 90% of Nepal s FDI is from China according to the Chinese press China will not welcome Nepal s citizens to work and live there. In fact, the reverse is likely to be true, with the Chinese coming by the droves and settling down in Nepal under the pretext of building infrastructure, now that Nepal is a part of the BRI. In fact, even the BRI is unlikely to give an alternate window to the world to a landlocked Nepal, when Kolkata port is at a relatively short distance of 800 odd kilometres, compared to any other port that the Chinese may offer to Nepal to transport its goods. Although Prime Minister Oli s foreign policy advisers have been saying that his government is looking at being close to both India and China, in reality, Mr Oli has aligned himself so closely with China that even an anti India Pushpa Kamala Dahal Prachanda , who was responsible for letting China get a foothold in Nepal, is appearing positive by comparison to India. China s influence on Nepal has reached such proportions that all its political parties, its military, the intelligentsia, are in the thrall of Beijing. It will not be easy to wean the Nepalese elite away from China s grip. The situation is such that schools in Nepal have started making learning Mandarin compulsory, after China promised to pay their teachers salaries. In other words, China has started micro managing Nepal s domestic affairs, and the Nepal government is allowing this to happen, so dazzled it is with the promise of Chinese billions, even though most of the money is yet to materialize, with, to give an instance, not even a kilometre of railway line built to connect Tibet with this Himalayan country. Surely, Nepal realises that China may come with a benign face, but its actual interest is strategic in this case making the whole of India s northern borders restive and keeping India tied down, fighting one fire after another. Nepal just needs to take a look at countries that have become China s vassal states, only to go bankrupt as they have fallen into debt traps and have been forced to sell off assets to Chinese companies. Or better still, it just needs to look at Tibet and Xinjiang to understand the fate that possibly awaits it. While India needs to be sympathetic to Nepal s concerns, at least India is not a revisionist power, unlike China. India has not been grabbing Nepal s territory, which China has been doing. One man s insecurities cannot be allowed to hold India Nepal relations hostage. This relationship transcends personality, geography and petty political interests.