The tough-talking real estate mogul's rise to the top of the Republican party has been one of the more improbable journeys in American politics. Television actor Scott Baio was the most prominent of the early speakers. Also in the interview Trump defended his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, once again , telling O'Reilly, 'He has gotten a tremendous response.
The state of Indian-held Kashmir has already imposed a curfew to stop people from gathering in the streets and stage more protests over last week's killing of a popular leader Burhan Wani. It is estimated that around 57,000 families mostly Kashmiri Pandits left Kashmir in the wake of the militancy which intensified in the 1990s. Separatist leaders Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik have called for "peaceful protest demonstrations" after the evening prayers at mosques ...
They hold that since Kashmir is an integral and inalienable part of India, Kashmiris are also Indians, and such police/military violence against Indians over decades is not justified, and demand review of AFSPA leading to its repeal. At an all-party meeting on Sunday, Modi welcomed remarks by Ghulam Nabi Azad, Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, who said no issue was more topical today than that of Kashmir.
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And if BLM wants any credibility, it should refocus its attention to ALL tragic killings, not just those committed by police officers. "The tragedies in Louisiana and Florida this morning only deepen our sorrow as we mourn precious lives lost in such senseless ways at home and overseas over the past several months".
Dalit protestors set on fire three state transport buses, including two in Dhoraji and one in Dhrol near Jamnagar, and vandalised a telephone exchange in Rajkot. Last week, four Dalit men, believed to be tannery workers, were stripped and beaten with sticks by men claiming to be "cow protectors". Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel has ordered a Central Bureau of Investigation into the alleged killing of a cow by a Dalit family in the region of Saurashtra of Gujarat.