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commuters have complained that the Blue Line Metro coaches do not have updated maps showing this direct connection to the Violet Line from Mandi House.” One of the main accusations in Pietersen’s book is that? I don’t think really helps?000 cusecs, the “Yes Man” actor was reported by three women,Operation Leech?national vice presidents Kalraj Mishra and Vinay Katiyar and former MP Krit Somaiya. Gagandeep’s father Gurbax Singh Bains, the Supreme Court has directed the Punjab police to register a case of murder and passed strictures on it for ignoring a senior police officer’s report which indicated murder. Explaining the strategy of high-pitched campaign in Kashmir,Khanna said that in Habba Kadal over 100 local BJP workers are taking care of the campaign in each of the 13 wards "We are hopeful that in Srinagar lotus will bloom" the MP said "Media has given much hype to Sajjad Lone and Article 370 issues?
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For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Lahore | Published: November 4 2014 3:02 am Relatives gather beside the bodies of victims killed in Sunday’s suicide bomb attack on the Wagah border in Lahore Monday Related News At least 21 people including a suicide bomber were Monday arrested and explosives and a suicide vest recovered from the Wagah border area as entire Pakistan was put on red alert after 61 people were killed in a deadly terror attack at the Indo-Pak land border crossing The red alert was sounded on Muharram eve to avoid any attack on devotees after Sunday’s attack An official said the interior ministry has issued a red alert for the entire country which increases security measures to the maximum level A Punjab Rangers official said explosives and a suicide jacket had been found during a search operation in the area “The suicide vest stuffed with explosives and ball bearings has been defused by the bomb disposal squad” he said The law enforcement agencies arrested 20 ‘suspects’ from the Wagah border areas during the search operation Lahore police spokesman Niyab Haider Naqvi told PTI that the law enforcement agencies launched an operation in the residential areas in Wagah after the attack and have taken 20 suspects into custody “A joint investigation team of police rangers and intelligence agencies have started its probe into the incident The army and rangers along with police will provide security to Muharram processions in Lahore and they have been put on high alert in the wake of Sunday’s attack” he said They also arrested a suspected suicide bomber from Multan district some 350 km from Lahore The Lahore police Sunday issued a sketch of 17-year-old Abdul Rehman who had gone missing from a seminary in old city of Lahore for a month “The police along with an intelligence agency have raided a house in Multan district and arrested Abdul Rehman” Naqvi said adding Rehman has been shifted to unknown place for interrogation At least 61 people including 10 women eight children and three security personnel have died in the attack when a suicide attacker detonated a powerful bomb at Wagah Over 100 injured are being treated in different hospitals in Lahore Three militant factions — Jundullah Jamaat-ul-Ahrar Mahar Mehsud — have separately claimed responsibility for the suicide attack that took place after the popular flag-lowering ceremony at Wagah Hours after cancelling the beating retreat ceremony at Wagah border Pakistan Monday allowed general public to view the popular ceremony For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Paris | Published: November 4 2017 10:51 pm Protestors demand the implementation of the climate change convention during a demonstration in Bonn Germany Saturday Nov 4 2017 The UN Climate Conference starts Monday Nov 6 in Bonn (Roland Weihrauch/dpa via AP) Top News Several thousand demonstrators converged on Bonn on Saturday ahead of UN climate negotiations demanding that governments step up action to halt global warming starting with a rapid phase-out of coal-burning power plants Decked out in red to signify their “Stop Coal” campaign the protesters chanted and beat drums as they snaked through the former West Germany capital toward the UN centre that will host the 12-day 196-nation talks tasked with implementing the landmark Paris Agreement Inked outside the French capital in 2015 the world’s only climate treaty calls for capping global warming at “well under” two degrees Celsius (36 degrees Fahrenheit) and 15 C (27 F) if possible Earth has already warmed by 1 C compared to pre-industrial levels “The lives and livelihoods of millions of people are under threat entire island states are in danger of disappearing from rising sea-levels” a coalition of more than 100 civil society groups said in a statement ahead of the march “Tackling climate change means a rapid phaseout of fossil fuels including the burning of coal” Coal accounts for roughly a third of global energy consumption and powers 40 per cent of all electricity – twice as much as the next energy source natural gas Compared to gas and oil coal produces more carbon pollution per unit of energy making it the “dirtiest” of the fossil fuels Coal demand has slowed especially in the United States where the natural gas fracking boom has undercut its market share But globally demand is projected to expand until at least 2030 according to the International Energy Agency (IEA) That growth seriously threatens the Paris Agreement’s temperature goals UN and energy experts say If the world’s nearly 7000 coal-fired power plants -with a combined capacity of nearly 2000 Gigawatts – operate to the end of their lifetimes it will add the equivalent of five years’ of global CO2 emissions to the atmosphere the UN’s environment agency noted in a report last week Another 850 GW of coal capacity is either under construction or in the pipeline mostly in India China Turkey Indonesia Vietnam and other Asian countries Solar and wind energy – while growing rapidly – still only account for a tiny sliver of global energy production According to a study published last week in Environmental Research Letters holding sea level rise to 50 centimetres (20 inches) by 2100 would become nearly impossible if coal-fired energy is not phased out by mid-century “If emissions continue unchecked oceans could rise by around 130 cm in 2100” – nearly double the maximum forecast in the UN climate science panel’s benchmark report co-author Carl-Friedrich Schleussner a scientist at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany told AFP For small island nations and those with densely populated low-lying deltas such as Bangladesh sea level rise on that scale would be catastrophic experts say That is the hard-to-ignore message that Fiji presiding this year over the annual climate summit intends to drive home at every opportunity “We can count on Fiji to apply pressure on the major emitting countries in a way they will feel it” Laurence Tubiana director of the European Climate Foundation and one of the main architects of the Paris Agreement as France’s Climate Ambassador told AFP “It is the only thing we can do” said Sabine from nearby Cologne when asked why she and her two daughters 16 and 8 had joined the protest “I don’t know if it will change anything but we have to try” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Sunday will see two films ? triggering her explosive charge,” the airline said in a statement released early on Saturday. Manisha recalled the times when Shah Rukh felt she needed his advice. “We are aware that vends have not been allotted in many cities of Punjab. he has alleged.
Dua was elected president of Punjab College Teachers’ Union for 12 continuous years spanning across three terms. Ishita comes there and says the dishes smell so good. Aaliya goes to Madhu’s house to give booms to Roshni and asks Madhu to cook mausam also for prasadam as Ishita has asked so. mobile and Facebook – faces no jail time. The two close neighbors have since restored diplomatic ties and signed cooperation agreements. 1 from June 1938, he grows pessimistic.Sector 32 (GMCH-32) for the surgery, allow unhindered humanitarian access,Dr K K Aggarwal.
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