Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said the Centre needs to take concrete measures to establish peace in the Valley.
Union Minister MJ Akbar said that India's role is very important in stopping the wave of terrorism, which will be in the interest of the world and war is not a solution to any problem.
The GSTN was incorporated in March 2013 by the then United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government with 49 per cent government share and 51 per cent private shares.
Hamyd first came into the spotlight in the immediate aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attack, when he was wrongly identified on social media as being among the killers.
According to the amendments to the dress code published, women serving in the Turkish national police force will be able to wear a headscarf under their caps or berets.
Clinton attended the briefing for more than two hours at the FBI office in White Plains, New York, near her suburban New York City home.
KL Rahul, who was included in the playing eleven ahead of Shikhar Dhawan, hit 110 not out from 51 balls with the help of 12 fours and five sixes.
The list did not include Dutch goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen because the Catalan club still has not received the necessary papers to officially enroll him.
The unseeded Indo-German duo on Friday defeated Lindstedt and Qureshi 1-6, 7-6, 10-4 in a super tie-break to face Guillermo Garcia-Lopez and Henri Kontinen.
The Union commerce minister said it is essential to boost small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and create jobs.
Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said that there would be no shortage of pulses from next year as the government is taking several steps to boost the production.
Bangladesh and India signed the landmark deal, paving the way for launching the construction work for the coal-fired plant, marking the transition from electricity export to generation-level.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday observed that it was not healthy in a democracy for a State to slap criminal defamation cases against critics.
As Hussain bared his angst against Pakistan with a vitriolic remark in distant London, he has not merely placed MQM in the throes of a power struggle, but has caused a flutter in the roost.
The new tax is on the anvil primarily to discard the current patchwork of indirect taxes that are partial and suffer from shortcomings in the form of exemptions and multiple rates.
Sibal had also named Prashant Bhushan and Shazia Ilmi as accused.
They were facilitated at an event organised by Urdu Academy at Delhi Secretariat.
The trio had moved to the court for regular bail.
"We will keep everything open," the CM said in a stern message.
The team paid homage to martyrs at the War Memorial.
Linking Islam and study with technology created interests.
The commission took suo motu cognizance of media reports.
Rain or thunder shower is likely to occur across the state.
Naveen said each govt hospital will provide hearses for the dead.
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A micro-finance group now plans to extend it footprint across Sikkim.
International travel could well be the norm for Industrial engineers.
Owing to economic growth, there is a high demand for finance professionals.
Saiyami will be making her acting debut with 'Mirziya'.
The first look of actor-producer Emraan Hashmi's maiden home production Captain Nawab, was unveiled on Friday.
Emraan unveiled it on Twitter.
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St. Petersburg, 6 September
Taking on board India's concerns, the G-20 Summit today acknowledged that excess volatility of financial flows and disorderly movements in exchange rates can affect economic and financial stability of emerging markets and called for sound policies to address the problem.
Coming against the backdrop of the battering that rupee suffered in recent weeks, the 27-page G-20 Leaders' Declaration committed itself to cooperate to ensure that policies implemented to support domestic growth also support global growth and financial stability and to manage their spillovers in other countries.
The Summit also shared Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's views on the need for orderly exit from the monetary stimulus undertaken in the context of 2008 economic crisis.
“In the five years since we first met, coordinated action by the G-20 has been critical to tackling the financial crisis and putting the world economy on a path to recovery. But our work is not yet complete and we agreed that it remains critical for G-20 countries to focus all our joint efforts on engineering a durable exit from the longest and most protracted crisis in modern history,” the declaration said.
It noted that the most urgent need is to increase the momentum of the global recovery, generate higher growth and better jobs while strengthening the foundations for long-term growth and avoiding policies that could cause the recovery to falter or promote growth at other countries' expense.
Meanwhile, India today said the stand taken by the G20 nations that profits of multinational companies should be taxed where economic activities deriving the profits are performed and where value is created is an “important landmark” and it validates the country's position.