Activists in Pakistan have been screaming hoarse about honour killings; it is an epidemic, it takes place not only in towns, but in major cities as well. "I have no regrets". Yet in Pakistan, her flirty antics were unusual, pushing the boundaries of what's acceptable of women in Pakistan. In a July 14 post , Baloch referred to herself as a "modern day feminist".
Republicans are pushing for a new investigation after the FBI said there was no case against Hilary Clinton over her use of a private email account for official business. Pressed on whether she should have known better than to use a private e-mail account and server, she also pointed to those who wrote to her. "I have no reason to believe that they were careless in their judgments in sending me the material that they did", she told CNN .
He indicated that Pence has had a successful record as governor in spite of Obama and the policies set in place that impede employment and the well-being of American citizens. Governor Pence, he added, balanced the state's budget. "You're both teetotalers." That's one quality that Donald Trump and Mike Pence share, but Lesley Stahl wanted to know what else the presidential running mates have in common.
The ex-Sadri-riyasat was speaking during the ongoing Monsoon session in Rajya Sabha-which held a special debate on Kashmir unrest today. Arun Jaitley led BJP's charge in the Rajya Sabha and said the Opposition was deceiving itself and the nation if it believed that the PDP-BJP govt in J&K was responsible for the current situation in the state.
However, more details have emerged about the Nexus smartphones. There is growing belief that the company is busy applying the finishing touches on the Android Nougat and that it could be out by August. According to rumours, Google is working on a smartwatch of its own that is likely going to be powered by Android Wear. So far, the list has been shared by many Android users, believing that the new firmware will be released in the next couple of weeks.
Shorten conceded that although counting had "not finished in a number of very close contests", the Liberal-National Coalition would be re-elected either as a minority government or with a slim one- or two-seat majority. If that happens, the coalition will need to forge an alliance with independent and minor party lawmakers to form a minority government. The Coalition now has 74 of the 76 seats needed to form a majority government, with Labor trailing behind at 66.