The girl, a resident of Noida, was waiting for a bus near AIIMS on Wednesday evening when the accused Avneesh (28), driving a auto which had a Home ministry sticker on it offered to drop her. "He has been interrogated and arrested", said DCP South Ishwar Singh. The woman had come to Delhi on Wednesday in search of a job. That was when the vehicle bearing an MHA sticker - determined by the police to be fake - pulled up, and the suspect, who was driving it, offered her a lift.
The 12-year-old, born in the town in Rhineland-Palatinate in 2004, had been radicalized and was encouraged to carry out the attack by an as-yet unknown member of the Isis terror group, Focus reported on Thursday, citing security sources.Because the boy is under 13 he can not be tried for a crime.
Friedman is notorious among the left for comparing progressive American Jews to the Jews who helped the Nazis during the Holocaust, as The New York Times reported on Thursday . Friedman said in the statement that he would work "tirelessly to strengthen the unbreakable bond between our two countries. and look forward to doing this from the US embassy in Israel's eternal capital, Jerusalem".
Trinamool Congress leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay also urged the Chair to take up the discussion. The deadlock occurred as the opposition insisted on debate under a rule that entails voting, which was not acceptable to the ruling side. With repeated pleas for restoring of order going unheeded, Ansari adjourned the House till 1400 hours. It was finally adjourned for the day after 2 p.m.as the opposition members demanded a debate on demonetisation and plight of farmers while those on the treasury ...
December 16 (ANI): As the month-long Winter Session appears to be headed for a virtual washout, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) on Friday lambasted the government for not having a clear and positive approach in the Parliament. The Opposition, led by Congress, said demonetisation along with vagaries of weather had hit the farmers and demanded farm loan waiver to give relief to them.
But in front of cameras, European Union leaders were more cautious, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel saying the extension was agreed "based on the current situation" rather than attempts to "anticipate what the new American president might do".