It may be recalled that Sharma is retiring today from active duty as a High Court judge. He told CNN-News 18 that he believes his call to have cow killers imprisoned for life has nothing to do with secularism. India is a predominant agriculture country based in animal rearing. It has also recommended that people found guilty of cow slaughter should be awarded the life term.
As reports regarding senior White House adviser Jared Kushner's alleged dealings with a Russian ambassador remain the focus of most news outlets, yet another report concerning Russia and President Donald Trump has just hit the news. Blayne Alexander reports the Russian Federation investigation is front and center once again today for the White House with news that presidential confidant and son-in-law Jared Kushner tried to create a secret backchannel with Russian Federation during the ...
He goes, "no, I'm not going to sit back down - I'm going to blow the plane up" he said . Others passengers described it as an "electronic frequency" device. "Safety and security are of Malaysia Airlines' utmost priority", the statement added . The airline wishes to apologize for the inconvenience caused.
He has apparently been pondering what to do about that promise since the November election. In a slightly more cautious report , CBS says the president is expected to withdraw from the accord , but has also has discussed with senior White House staff an effort to renegotiate the agreement with an eye to making its provisions less onerous to USA industry.
First-year head coach Greg Lovelady has led the Knights to a 40-20 overall record and captured The American's regular-season championship. The Tigers were one of seven ACC schools chosen to the NCAA Tournament , joining Florida State, Louisville, North Carolina, NC State, Virginia and Wake Forest.
Afghanistan's private TOLO Television also reported a staffer killed; Germany said an Afghan security guard outside its embassy was among those killed. The bombing killed 58 people and wounded 141. A truck bomb exploded in the embassy and presidential palace quarter in Kabul during the heart of morning rush hour, killing scores and injuring hundreds in one of the most heavily secured areas of the city.
Shields is also known to be controversial , his work including a photo of a nude black man hanging a KKK member, shots of Glee's Heather Morris in which her face was covered in bruises and images of a $100,000 Birkin bag on fire . See the photo at the bottom. Publicists for Griffin did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press. "Tyler and I are not afraid to do images that make noise", Griffin said in a behind-the-scenes video posted by ...
Two other minor candidates are expected to withdraw before Friday, making the race a showdown between Raisi and Rouhani, clerics who hold strongly opposing views of Iran's future. Raisi thanked Qalibaf for his support, calling it a "revolutionary act", according to the semi-official Tasnim news agency. The presidential election in Iran is scheduled for May 19.
Only five members now meet the target: Britain, Estonia, debt-laden Greece, Poland and the United States, which spends more on defense than all the other allies combined. A few minutes later, when Stoltenberg introduced Trump, he summoned a personal connection for him, too, noting that the 9/11 terrorists "struck at the heart of your own home town, New York".
The horrific encounter occurred last Friday, when two Muslim girls wearing hijab were allegedly accosted by Jeremy Joseph Christian while riding on a commuter train. When police caught up with him, Christian aimed the gun at himself before he was shot and injured by police, Kaplan said. In another incident in 2002, Christian was charged with use of a risky weapon and supplying contraband.
Thousands of residents have fled from the city. Army tanks packed with soldiers rolled into the southern Philippine . President Rodrigo Duterte has imposed martial law in Mindanao in response to the violence. He said governmental planes are at their disposal for the wounded to be transported and the best medical equipment is available. Gen Ano predicted that the military operation will take about a week as soldiers go house-to-house to clear the city of militants.
Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Harsh Vardhan on Friday ordered that the ministry has notified the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules, 2017 to ensure that the sale of cattle is not meant for slaughter purposes.
ABC News reported Tuesday that "House and Senate investigators" had asked Cohen for information "about any contacts he had with people connected to the Russian government". "It's a disgrace and I think they ought to apologize to start with Michael Cohen ". He said at the time that he had never traveled to Prague , as the dossier suggested, and even showed his passport to make his point.
Democrats, who have compared the widening scandal to the Watergate break-in and cover-up that brought down Republican former President Richard Nixon in 1974, were quick to pounce on the latest reports. The Times said the quotes were read to them by one American official and a second official confirmed what it called broad outlines of the discussion.
Wheeler's comments come days after a man on a Portland train shouted racial and religious hate speech, some of it directed at two women, police say . Christian is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday. Gibson has already gotten the necessary permit for his June 4 event (scheduled just 10 days after the horrific and deadly train stabbing ), and he claims that if the City of Portland refuses to issue additionally necessary permits, his event could end up being more risky than it would ...
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday speaks to the media following meetings with President Trump at the White House. In the 15 years that Erdogan has served as prime minister and president of Turkey, there has been a broad trend to crack down on freedom of the press and expressions of public dissent.
Dubke is still coming in to work, and his last day hasn't been set. "It has been a privilege to serve this president", Dubke said in a phone interview. Axios' Justin Green joined WLS-AM 890 to explain what the departure will mean for Trump's White House. There will be more resignations and changes, the sources said, but nothing is believed to be imminent.
The cryptic tweet has already been re-tweeted nearly 70,000 times and liked by 86,000 users as people try to work out what the president really meant. The iPhone's keyboard doesn't autocorrect the word " covfefe ", and the closest suggestion that its spell check has is "coffee". Well, hopefully you're all having a happy covfefe day too! But a late night garbled tweet may have been the best thing that ever happened on his Twitter profile.
In a video that surfaced on Facebook, Rev. Teresito "Chito" Suganob, vicar general of the Prelature of Marawi, pleaded to Duterte to consider the lives of the hostages, most of whom are Christian. "Mr. President, we are asking for your consideration". Dela Peña said the hostage-takers wanted him to tell the military to stop pursuing the terrorists, and to implement a ceasefire, in exchange for the safety of Soganub and his companions.
His last day has not yet been set. It said that Dubke offered to stay until end of President Trump's first overseas trip as US leader. "It shows how quickly and decisively the president is acting to strengthen alliances, form new partnerships and to rebuild America's standing in the world", Spicer said.
There was a lot of live, green grass on the wicket. "They did not give us anything to hit and if they did we managed to nick it. Credit goes to South Africa, they came back really well". The words can be taken as encouragement to the reserve batsman Bairstow, however, with Eoin Morgan having already given Roy his full backing. "But he s been important to us in the last two years, the way he plays at the top of the order, so for us to do well in this tournament, one of the things we will need ...
In an interview with French newspaper Le Figaro , Mr Putin reaffirmed his strong denial of Russian involvement in the hacking of Democratic emails. After the president made a decision to fire James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director in early May, Putin told CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer that Comey's dismissal would have "no effect" on U.S.
May 30-The U.S. "might" ban laptops from the cabins of all global flights into and out of the country as well as roll out more elaborate security screening of carry- on baggage, the head of Homeland Security said. "There's a real threat", Kelly told Fox News. A department spokesperson said the announcement is "part of our ongoing engagement with various stakeholders on this issue", and that things could change based on future intelligence.
Sison, the NDFP's chief political consultant, said the CPP condemns the attacks launched by the Maute, a group linked to the Islamic State . It has transmogrified into an invasion by foreign fighters, " Solicitor General Jose Calida said in Davao City.
Trip was a great success for America. "Hard work but big results!" the President said early on Sunday morning. Then, he quickly turned to long-standing grievances against the media. "It doesn't bother me". Sen. Lindsey Graham, a Republican from SC, said on CNN's "State of the Union" that he was skeptical of the back-channel story because he did not trust Russian officials.
The Oregonian reported Fletcher was taking the train to his job at a pizza shop. "Me and my friend were going to get off the MAX and then we turned around while they were fighting and he just started stabbing people", Mangum says, "and it was just blood everywhere and we just started running for our lives".
Coats and Rogers both deemed the requests to be inappropriate and did not comply, according to officials cited by The Washington Post , which first reported on the president's request. The NSA did not respond to a request for comment. "The White House does not confirm or deny unsubstantiated claims based on illegal leaks from anonymous individuals", a spokesperson said.
Before the two leaders met they did the traditional "photo-op/some words" in which Netanyahu was effusive in praise of Trump's criticism of Iran . They are willing to acquire somewhat of $110B as proposed by Donald Trump last week. At their meeting in Washington on May 3, Trump told Abbas to end incitement and "resolve" a Palestinian policy of paying the families of Palestinians convicted of terror offenses under Israeli law.
If Trump bails on the agreement, which has been signed by 195 countries, he will do so over the objections of hundreds of major USA businesses. That is despite United States defence secretary James Mattis saying in an interview to air on Sunday that the president was now "wide open" on the issue.
But the unprecedented political agreement for an NDP minority government will have to wait until Premier Christy Clark recalls the legislature for what she said would likely be the end of her government in a confidence vote. "It's pretty obvious that if the Greens and the NDP are two peas in the same pod and they've got a deal", Rustad said. The political agreement reached between the Greens and New Democrats still needs to be voted on by the NDP caucus on Tuesday.