Prime Minister Narendra Modi performed asanas along with almost 30,000 people at an event in Ranchi . "That is the power we get with Yoga, that is the feeling of Yoga and the ancient Indian philosophy", he added. The message of yoga is one of inner peace and harmony with the external world, through physical, mental and spiritual well-being and the International Yoga Day celebrations reinforce this very message.
He knows better. There's not a racist bone in my body, I've been involved in Civil Rights my whole career. Joe Biden hearts Democrat segregationists. "And as you said, this is going to be a fight for black voters in the Democrat Party". One question raised in some quarters, and not answered by the Biden campaign, was what exactly were the things that he and Eastland "got done" in the Senate that supposedly justified his fond recollections of working together with the white supremacist ...
Trump claimed on Friday that he was 10 minutes away from launching a retaliatory strike before deciding to call it off, but warning he would not hesitate to act if Iran pursues a nuclear weapon. He added, "Defending national security and territorial integrity and also the people of Iran is our red line". Cheney likened Trump's walk back to former President Barack Obama's red line with Syria that was never enforced, saying inaction against Iran is "very risky".
Reportedly, she is refusing to answer many questions. Pressed further about whether having Hicks appear was worthwhile, the Tennessee lawmaker said he did not attend the full day's hearing due to other conflicts and, thus, could not answer.
For now, the Planned Parenthood facility can keep providing abortions due to a previously implemented injunction that will continue to remain in place. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide. McCay's plans for a triggering mechanism would save Utah from a court battle, which will likely be fought by Alabama, a state that has already passed a similarly restrictive bill.
Riot police used tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon, prompting most of the protesters to disperse. Tamar Kordzaia, leader of the opposition Republican Party, said protests would continue to press their demands. Protesters at the rally held Georgian and European Union flags and placards that read " Russia is an occupier ", and demanded the resignation of parliamentary speaker Irakli Kobakhidze.