At total of 13 staff from Cumhuriyet (Republic) were detained in raids on Monday in a swoop that amplified concerns about press freedoms in Turkey. Among the nine ordered held ahead of trial were Cumhuriyet's editor-in-chief Murat Sabuncu, celebrated cartoonist Musa Kart and influential anti-Erdogan columnist Kadri Gursel.
External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup last week mentioned that both the countries have completed the internal procedures including legal and technical aspects of the text of the pact. "Japan and the United States are unshakeable allies connected by common values such as freedom, democracy, basic human rights and rule of law". Japan, the only country to have been hit by atom bombs, has huge sensitivity on the issue and a nuclear deal with India will be significant since it is ...
Gupta. The possibility of implementing the odd-even scheme in the pollution-choked national capital for a third time will be discussed by the Delhi Government on Friday. The increase in traffic jams in the city is also another major contributing factor. According to a report by CNN , the usa environmental protection agency reported that the city's Air Quality Index (AQI) stood at 999 on Monday.
Along with nearby Millsfield and Hart's Location, Dixville Notch is able to cast the first ballots in the nation because of a state law that allows any small town with fewer than 100 voters to open polls at midnight and close them as soon as all registered voters have cast ballots.
They informed their counterparts in Delhi. A passenger travelling on Jet Airways flight 9W 202 on November 7 from Delhi to Doha succumbed to a serious illness. Commenting on the latest flight operations, Jayaraj Shanmugam , chief commercial officer, Jet Airways , said, "The introduction of this new service is in keeping with the growing popularity amongst our guests, for enhanced seamless connectivity between the ASEAN region and India".
Excise department officials arrested 36 people for illegal consumption of liquor in open spaces on Monday, the first day of the crackdown. The government has also written to the Delhi high court, seeking permission to introduce mobile magistrates who will be authorised to fine and punish violators at the place of the offence itself.