Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Don't need US to interfere in India-Pakistan matters, says BJP

Bangalore (Karnataka): Following the remarks by United States emissary to the United Nations Nikki Haley about conceivable mediation by the Trump organization to de-raise pressures amongst India and Pakistan, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday it won't acknowledge any outsider impedance between New Delhi and Islamabad as it is a two-sided issue between the both the nations.

Haley, a senior Indian-American individual from the Trump organization, said in New York that the US would attempt and "discover its place" in endeavors to de-heighten Indo-Pak strains and not hold up till "something happens", demonstrating President Donald Trump could assume a part in such attempts.

"This organization is worried about the connection amongst India and Pakistan and particularly needs to perceive how we de-heighten any kind of contention going ahead," Haley, who holds a bureau rank in the Trump organization, said.  Read more:- Mobile Number Database Provider

India has restricted outside association in two-sided issues with Pakistan.

Amid his crusade in 2016, Trump had offered to intervene amongst India and Pakistan, however was mindful so as to include that it was just if the two countries needed him to.

Source:- Zeenews

After Aparna-Prateek, Shivpal Yadav to meet Yogi Adityanath

Lucknow: Days after he declared that he will remain faithful to Mulayam Singh Yadav, senior Samajwadi Party pioneer Shivpal Yadav will meet Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday.

Be that as it may, Shivpal has been unflinching in his dedication to Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav.

"I am with Netaji (Mulayam) and would remain with him," he had said a week ago. Shivpal's remarks came after Mulayam, in an open upheaval, said that his child had offended him and his sibling Shivpal.

Shivpal later said that voters comprehended that "one who is not faithful to his dad, can't be faithful to anybody" which prompted the gathering's survey fiasco in UP get together decisions where the SP got just 47 situates out 403.  Read more:- Mobile Number Database Provider

He additionally went to the degree of saying "Jo apne baap kaa nahi ho saka, woh aapka kya hogaa (in what manner can a man who is not faithful to his dad, be faithful to you)."

The SP supporter additionally said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi amid one of his decision energizes in Kannauj had likewise reverberated a similar estimation.

Shivpal's meeting with Adityanath comes after the highly discussed meeting between the CM and Mulayam Singh Yadav's more youthful child Prateek and his better half Aparna.

Source:- Zeenews

Monday, 3 April 2017

Most saffron party MLAs are Catholic

PANAJI: Six heavyweights, including boss priest Laxmikant Parsekar and five different clergymen, were steered and the gathering quality shrank from 21 to 13 in the 40-part House, yet each of the seven Catholic MLAs won as the decision Bharatiya Janata Party survived the counter incumbency to start government-development moves.

Framework based BJP has not been known to give tickets generously to minority applicants in different states, however in Goa the gathering's key social designing in 2012 to charm Catholic voters seems to have worked to support them. Mobile Number database provider

The six Catholic MLAs, vice president serve Francisco D'Souza, previous science and innovation serve Alina Saldanha, Calangute MLA Michael Lobo, Curchorem MLA Nilesh Cabral, Aldona MLA Glenn Ticlo and Vasco MLA Carlos Almeida were all re-chose in the February 4 surveys, some of them by enormous edges.

Source:-Timesofindia

Venezuela court drops bid to strip congress of power

CARACAS: Venezuela's Supreme Court on Saturday said it was surrendering measures to seize control from the restriction controlled governing body after the moves drew universal judgment and raised weight on President Nicolas Maduro.

The court said in a decision distributed on its site that it was upsetting a choice to assume control authoritative forces from the National Assembly that adversaries had marked a "rebellion."Mobile Number database provider

Source:-Timesofindia

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

'Banksy' house in Cheltenham put up for sale

A house with a famous Banksy mural painted on it has been put up for sale.

The property in Cheltenham, with the Spy Booth artwork on it, has a guide price of £210,000.

The mural, on the Fairview Road house, has been the target of thieves, been fought over and vandalised since it appeared in 2014.

Before the property was placed on the open market, Cheltenham Borough Council said a deal was being negotiated to buy the Grade II listed building.

The Peter Ball & Co. estate agent's website describes it as "a rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed, Victorian, three bedroom end terrace property with a genuine 'Banksy' on the gable wall."

The mural, located about three miles from government listening post GCHQ, has been daubed with white paint, sprayed with silver and red graffiti, and had people trying to steal it.

Businesses and communities have also fought over its ownership.

In a bid to protect it under the property's Grade II listed status, the "unauthorised" work was granted retrospective planning consent last February.

Since then, the council has served notice on the property's owner David Possee demanding he fix the damage, "apparently" done in an "abortive attempt" to remove it, by April this year.

An urgent works letter to repair the rendering on the wall with the Banksy on it, was also served.

source:-BBC

Monday, 23 January 2017

Model Hanne Gaby Odiele reveals she is intersex

Hanne Gaby Odiele is a fearless fashion star known for putting herself out there in a bold and striking take on street style.

Now, the veteran of the runway and city sidewalks is revealing a more intimate piece of herself: Odiele is intersex.

“It is very important to me in my life right now to break the taboo,” says the 29-year-old supermodel from Kortrijk, Belgium, in an exclusive interview with USA TODAY.

“At this point, in this day and age, it should be perfectly all right to talk about this,” says Odiele, one of the first high-profile people to disclose her intersex status and share her story.

Intersex individuals are born with sex characteristics such as genitals or chromosomes that do not fit the typical definitions of male or female. Up to 1.7% of the population is born with intersex traits, according to the United Nations — a figure roughly equivalent to the number of redheads.

Beyond giving a voice to people who are often in the shadows, Odiele is making this disclosure to spotlight medical procedures intersex children undergo without their consent in a misguided effort to make a child appear more typically male or female. “I am proud to be intersex,” she says, “but very angry that these surgeries are still happening.”

Source:-usatoday

Sunday, 22 January 2017

The Gambia 'missing millions' after Jammeh flies into exile

Mai Ahmad Fatty said financial experts were trying to evaluate the exact loss.

Luxury cars and other items were seen being loaded on to a Chadian cargo plane on the night Mr Jammeh left the country.
Mr Jammeh flew into exile on Saturday, ending his 22 years in power.

He had refused to accept election results but finally left after mediation by regional leaders and the threat of military intervention.

President Barrow remains in neighbouring Senegal and it is not clear when he will return.

However, West African troops have entered the Gambian capital, Banjul, on Sunday to prepare for his arrival.

Cheering crowds gathered outside the State House to watch soldiers secure the building.

The Senegalese general leading the joint force from five African nations said they were controlling "strategic points to ensure the safety of the population and facilitate... Mr Barrow's assumption of his role".

Mr Fatty told reporters in the Senegalese capital Dakar that The Gambia was in financial distress.

"The coffers are virtually empty," he said. "It has been confirmed by technicians in the ministry of finance and the Central Bank of the Gambia."

Source:-Washingtonpost