The country has made progress in developing credible land-based ballistic missiles as well, says the report.
"Pakistan representative's remarks on the issue in the UN are totally irrelevant," Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said.
"We will do what is justifiable, what is convincing. After all, we are doing justice to society as a whole," he said.
The appeal came after Lebanese lawmakers again failed in their 28th bid to elect a new president and fill the post left vacant since May 2014.
"I believe there is a chance and I think it is imperative we have not lost sight of that issue," US Secretary of State John Kerry said in an interview.
Medical officials said over 28 people were killed and 75 wounded, and the rebel website said that figure was 'not final'.
"You have to be special to be in his place. It is always easy to talk about others before talking about yourself," the midfielder said.
In its appeal, police said the trial court erroneously interpreted the law pertaining to MCOCA and its order was unsustainable.
He advanced to the third round of the Open after defeating Argentina's Diego Schwartzman 7-6(5), 6-3 and 7-5.
'In India, while near-term growth prospects remain favourable and external vulnerabilities have decreased, some macroeconomic imbalances remain.'
The Rupee depreciated 7 paise to 66.26 against the Dollar in early trade on Thursday on foreign fund outflows amid appreciation in the US currency overseas.
The NSE Nifty rose 66.05 points, to 7,783.05. Brokers said buying at prevailing low levels amid a firming trend at some Asian markets provided support to the market.
It would appear that the Vice President has been slammed by lesser lights of the ‘Sangh Parivaar’ who lack the capacity to appreciate his comments and actions in perspective.
Only after a series of successful GSLV launches with indigenous cryogenic engines and capable of carrying heavier payloads can we claim to be a major space power.
If the fiscal deficit of Rs.4.95 lakh crore in 2012-2013 did not throw the economy out of gear, the additional burden imposed by One Rank One Pension will not unsettle it either.
"Idea came from the desire of having own metal bookmarks," says Prateek Soni.
The promise lord again promised a lot: Student
Chaotic scenes were particularly reported from railway stations.
The proposals will be placed before the MIC members.
There was a slight scuffle between the police and the Left Front leaders.
The musical works of Gopal Yonjan will be archived.
4 more blood transfusion centres will be set up.
It was industrial, mining belt of the state which came to a standstill.
Miscreants had damaged pipeline near Bauriapalanda on Tuesday.
A teacher is more than friend, philosopher and guide. Coordinators pay tribute to the noble ones on Teachers’ Day, 5 September.
What has made monkeys a menace of unprecedented magnitude?
There are many lessons from Sri Lanka’s story.
Wild blueberry help prevent dental plaque formation.
Kelis is pregnant with her second child.
She is keen to try ayahuasca - an illegal blend of two plants.
To commemorate Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan birthday, Teacher's Day is celebrated.
Eighty four percent of India’s mainstream parties had the same leader for more than a decade, a fact that must prompt debate on the need for inner-party democracy.
The actor wrote a sweet thank you message to his fans on Twitter.
'No new film will be released in the state from Friday.'
'Malaika's entrance was grand as always.'
He will attend the two-day meet in Turkey.
A night-long gunfight took place in Kupwara.
The flight landed at Chennai airport.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address Indian-Americans in Silicon Valley on September 27.
Maximum temperature would be around 36 degrees Celsius.
They appealed to the Union Govt not to compromise on safety of road users.
Devendra was missing since August 1.
"Many more people from the BJP will join the Trinamul shortly,” he said.
The request to allow untrained candidates for the TET was turned downed.
She lambasted the opposition for indulging in politics of "disruption".
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Shadows of 1965 war
If at all New Delhi was keen to talk about the 1965 war victory, it should have dwelt more into the benefits of being a democratic state instead.
Nikhil Kumar will meet party leaders on Thursday.
He also alleged that the Nitish was misleading people.
The clerk had demanded Rs.4,000 as bribe from the complainant.
'We will not give more than 83 seats to LJP, RLSP and HAM.'
Nitish has "lost his good senses".
RPF and GRP were directed to be on high alert.
'Another 20 lakh names are to be deleted.'
Another woman was critically injured.
Details should be submitted within 15 days.
"Data revolution is giving the world powerful tools that can help usher in a more sustainable future," said Ban at the launching ceremony.
The new approach may also lower the volume of drug needed for treatments and reduce their side effects.
Mission will continue to produce high-quality science measurements supporting SMAP's objectives with its radiometer instrument, said the US space agency.
The tablet will be powered by Samsung's Exynos octa-core processor (Quad 1.9GHz + Quad 1.3GHz) and a 3GB RAM unit.
The online platform ParentCircle brings together parents, child experts, doctors, educators and others to share and collaborate on various aspects of parenting.
The study suggests that falling leptin levels send a hunger signal to the brain's pleasure centre to generate the rewarding effects of running.
The 18-year-old TV personality shared her new look on Instagram.
Soak rose petals in milk and apply the concoction.
Control your diet to enjoy the festivities.
Most of the shops were open but the number of vehicles on the road was less.
'We are almost in the final stage and the rules will have to be put up before the state Cabinet for its decision and deliberation.'
The assurance came when Tacho called on Yasso Naik in New Delhi to apprise him about the rich and rare medicinal plants available in the state and to safeguard them by establishing a college.
He replaces A D Subba with immediate effect, AICC General Secretary Janardan Dwivedi announced.
The protesters demanded withdrawal of Manipur police commandos from all tribal areas in the state and urged that Central forces be deployed there.
'The MNF criticises the Congress government in Manipur for enacting a legislation "endangering the rights of the tribals of the state.'