Dozens of law enforcement agencies have used forms of tear gas on protesters marching against police brutality since the killing of George Floyd, a Black man, under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer.Over that time, many police chiefs and law enforcement leaders have supported legislation to improve their work. But bans on tear gas to quell crowds of protesters? From a police perspective, that s not going to fly.
Kao Ming tsun ( ) reportedly left Hong Kong on Thursday after he refused to sign an endorsement of Beijing''s "one China" principle and was denied an extension of his work visa, according to media reports from Taiwan.A day before Kao''s departure, division chiefs at the office in charge of consular affairs and general administration, respectively, left the former British colony to return to Taiwan after their work visas expired, according to sources familiar with the matter.
At a time when the situation in eastern Ladakh is heading towards normalcy after two months of standoff between the Indian and Chinese armies, 144 military veterans have written an open letter to the President, Prime Minister, the Chief of Defence Staff and the three military chiefs requesting urgent attention on several points of concern in the military.
Newest First Oldest First 4:50 PM, 30 Jun I urge all of you to look after yourself. Wear a mask or face cover and ensure social distancing PM Modi said in his concluding remarks. 4:50 PM, 30 Jun We will further economic activities. We will become vocal for local and become self reliant, the PM also said. 4:43 PM, 30 Jun Prior to the address many had anticipated that the PM would speak about China amidst the ongoing tensions at the Line of Actual Control. However, there was no mention of the China. 4:42 PM, 30 Jun During this fight against the pandemic we have provided free food. Scores of needy families across the country have been provided for, the PM also said. 4:42 PM, 30 Jun It is a season now for fever and cold. In such a situation, I urge all to take care of themselves. Do not let your guard down, the pandemic is not yet over says PM Modi. 4:42 PM, 30 Jun PM Modi emphasises on the use of masks. Everyone must wear it as this is the way to protect the entire population of the country. No one is above the law says PM. 4:37 PM, 30 Jun The discussion between the two foreign ministers came after India and France exchanged views at the foreign secretary level on regional and global issues of mutual interest. 4:04 PM, 30 Jun Address to nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi begins 3:50 PM, 30 Jun An India ban on dozens of Chinese apps following a border clash between the two nations has possibly derailed a billion India expansion plan of China''s ByteDance, while also sparking an uproar from users of its popular TikTok video app. 3:38 PM, 30 Jun An editorial in Shiv Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' said that "China has been adamant and will never change", and the need is to forget the past, tackle the fresh crisis and create a new future for the country. 3:29 PM, 30 Jun Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla and Secretary General of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs of France, Francois Delattre, via a video link on Monday discussed the COVID 19 pandemic and reviewed the progress of their multi faceted cooperation. 3:24 PM, 30 Jun Following the meeting the Ministry of External Affairs had said that both sides would continue both military and diplomatic contacts to resolve the issue. The MEA said that the talks had taken place in a cordial atmosphere. 3:14 PM, 30 Jun The Shiv Sena today said people were fed up of the war of words between the BJP and Congress over the border standoff with China, and the government should focus on handling the row with the neighbouring country and the coronavirus crisis. 3:06 PM, 30 Jun China is strongly concerned, verifying the situation: Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian on India banning Chinese apps 2:57 PM, 30 Jun The Chinese government is taking draconian measures to slash birth rates among Uighurs and other minorities as part of a sweeping campaign to curb its Muslim population, even as it encourages some of the country''s Han majority to have more children. 2:48 PM, 30 Jun Almost all the companies, ranging from Maruti to Hyundai to Mahindra Mahindra and Tata Motors, will be impacted and so would be two wheeler makers like Hero Moto. 2:44 PM, 30 Jun Indian and Chinese militaries on Tuesday held another round of Lt General level talks with a focus on finalising modalities for disengagement of troops from several friction points in eastern Ladakh. 2:34 PM, 30 Jun The Chinese side seems to have come prepared for the deployment as their troops deployed in the Galwan river valley bed are wearing water proof clothes which allows them to step in the icy water there. 2:24 PM, 30 Jun As the water flow has increased in the Galwan river, the Indian Security forces are now feeling the need for specialised waterproof clothing for the troops deployed there in a standoff position with China. 2:19 PM, 30 Jun The government has begun consultations at the highest level to decide on the use of 5G technology. 2:14 PM, 30 Jun The scheduled telephonic talk between Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and American Defence Secretary Mark Esper not to be held today. It is being rescheduled for a later date: Defence Ministry Officials 1:59 PM, 30 Jun We want to stress that Chinese government always asks Chinese businesses to abide by international and local laws regulations. Indian government has a responsibility to uphold the legal rights of international investors including Chinese ones: Zhao Lijian, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson 1:46 PM, 30 Jun Chinese short video making app TikTok and Helo said they are in the process of complying with the government''s order. 1:37 PM, 30 Jun Today, the talks are being held in Chushul on the Indian. The Indian side will tell the Chinese to pullback its troops from the various friction points. India would also demand the restoration of status quo ante. 1:27 PM, 30 Jun While there has been no violent clash or any skirmish since the June 15, Galwan Valley incident, tensions are high. In fact that there has been no disengagement and officials familiar with the matter in New Delhi, tell OneIndia that baby steps are being taken. 1:24 PM, 30 Jun The major talking point between the military commanders of India and China is around disengagement and physical distancing. 1:22 PM, 30 Jun The Navy has increased its surveillance missions and beefed up operational deployment in the Indian Ocean region in the wake of India''s seven week bitter border standoff with China in eastern Ladakh, people familiar with the development said. 1:10 PM, 30 Jun As TikTok grew in popularity in India and other markets, the app also drew a lot of criticism, mainly from the lawmakers. Several controversies rocked the social media app in the market. In 2018, TikTok was banned in Indonesia for containing pornography, inappropriate content and blasphemy . 12:59 PM, 30 Jun The Punjab government will check on the involvement of China in an Indian firm selected to deliver smartphones to be given to youths as part of the Congress poll promise before taking a final call on whether or not to proceed with it, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said. 12:53 PM, 30 Jun The reason why TikTok is banned in India but not PUBG is because the game was developed by an arm of South Korean video game maker Bluehole. It was only after the game''s popularity that Chinese giant Tencent Holdings became its distributor. READ MORE 3:14 PM, 16 Jun The Indian Army officer killed the clash was the commanding officer of a battalion at Galwan. 3:14 PM, 16 Jun There was no firing. Apparently the two sides clashed with stones and rods. 3:14 PM, 16 Jun There are various accounts on the number of casualties on the Chinese side. Some accounts suggest 5, while the others say it is 3. However there is no official word on the same. 3:14 PM, 16 Jun The visit by Army Chief General M M Naravane to Pathankot has been cancelled. 3:14 PM, 16 Jun National Conference leader Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said if the Chinese can "shoot dead" three Indian soldiers during the 'de escalation process', one can imagine how serious the situation must have been in the first place. Earlier in the day, the Indian Army said an officer and two soldiers were killed in a violent confrontation with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh''s Galwan Valley on Monday. 3:15 PM, 16 Jun Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will be discussing the issue with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a short while from now. Singh has already met Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat, the three service chiefs and External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar. 3:16 PM, 16 Jun We will eventually learn about the details of what happened in Ladakh. That is our right. But right now, we must grieve with stand by the families of our martyred soldiers. And stand solidly in support of our armed forces.
Speaking to ANI Akhilesh Prasad Singh said, "There is nothing wrong with what Rahul Gandhi has said. On one hand, we used to say that if one of our jawans die, then we will shoot four soldiers of the Pakistan Army. Now the Chinese Army has killed 20 of our soldiers. The 56 inch chest of Prime Minister Modi seems to be 26 inches. "Speaking on Defence Minister Rajnath Singh s meeting with the three service chiefs and Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat before his Russia visit, Akhilesh Prasad Singh said, "The defence minister will have information about what is the preparation on the ground. This was a routine meeting. But the talks go on and China kills our soldiers, that is unfortunate. "
Kaiser Chiefs rocker Ricky Wilson s fan base apparently reaches beyond the grave, as the singer has revealed he used a medium to contact late actor Gene Wilder, who may or may not have loved his music.Ricky, 42, has debuted season two of his popular podcast Pop Detective, which sees him team up with broadcasting legend Tony Blackburn to get to the bottom of the most intriguing musical mysteries.
They were conducted over northern Iraq and all hit their terrorist targets, military chiefs have confirmed.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday held consultations with the three service chiefs and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval against the backdrop of tensions between India and China along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) border.The meeting comes as the two sides have sent reinforcements to the LAC where troops of India and China have been engaged in physical fights earlier this month at at least three locations in Ladakh at Pangong Tso, Galwan Valley and Demchok and one in Sikkim.
Once again, Spain hit a new record with 849 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours on Tuesday although health chiefs said the rate of new infections was continuing its downward trend.After Italy, Spain has suffered the world''s second most deadly outbreak which has now claimed 8,189 lives there. The latest figures came a day after the death toll fell slightly, raising hopes the epidemic could be peaking.
In Mangango, eastern DRC, a small community of Batwa people has finally agreed to have the Ebola vaccination, after months of persuasion from the WHO risk communication team and their partners in the community. Esther Mugeni is in her 80 s. She s taking her grandson to be vaccinated. As a village elder, she s a highly respected member of the community, and vaccinating her family set an example for others. I think the vaccine is good for my grandson and for our health , says Esther. After all, he s my grandson. He cried, but I wasn t scared. I was vaccinated too. I m very happy because my children and my grandsons have been vaccinated. Like others in her community, Esther was sceptical at first. She didn t believe Batwa people could die from Ebola, she thought their traditional medicine could save them. She says the Batwa community face specific risks because of their lifestyle, which includes eating bush meat from the forest, a common vector for Ebola. Huguette Muluhirwa from the WHO risk communications team has been trying to persuade Esther and her community of the importance of getting vaccinated. There was a lot of resistance here , says Huguette. The village chiefs had reservations about the vaccine. But we helped them to understand and we succeeded in persuading them to be vaccinated themselves, to convince the community. The elders of the community were convinced thanks to the help of the local pastor, who agreed to be vaccinated before anyone else.
The Chelsea board are worried Kepa Arrizabalaga s transfer value will plummet if he continues to sit on the bench, according to reports.Frank Lampard made the decision to drop Arrizabalaga for Chelsea s last game, a match they drew against Leicester City.
Frank Lampard is desperate to bring Shay Given to Chelsea in a bid to address the concerning form of goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. Given worked with Lampard at Derby last season, and the Irishman has stayed with the Rams for this campaign after Chelsea chiefs blocked his move to Stamford Bridge.
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams and Steve Bertrand of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of the Chicago Tribune, and Heather Cherone of the Daily Line. They begin by discussing ongoing negotiations between Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Teachers Union. The Rascals move on to discuss the morning ''s impeachment House vote. And this time Trumpland goes local, with President Trump having visited with the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Chicago Monday. The Rascals weigh in on the president ''s criticism of Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson in his speech that morning. Finally, the group debates whether or not trick or treating ought to be postponed due to inclement weather.
Chelsea chiefs are concerned about the leaky defence Frank Lampard has on his hands.Chelsea have made their worst start to a league season in the Roman Abramovich era but you would not guess it judging by the atmosphere around Stamford Bridge.
Brendan Rodgers has instructed scouts to find a replacement for Ben Chilwell as Leicester chiefs grow resigned he will complete a 50million transfer away from the club this summer.Both Manchester City and Chelsea are plotting moves for the England international, who has been capped eight times by his country.
By: Max Ramsey September 29, 2019 5:10 pm The KansasChiefs had an ugly game in Detroit this week but still managed to come away with the win over the Lions.