He said the government was issuing only identity certificates to the WPR and it wont change their status as "non-state subjects of Jammu and Kashmir". "We are in favour of granting refugees ownership rights". Referring to the separatists, Pritam Sharma suggested both the govemments including State and Centre for constituting a commission to review the citizenship right of separatists who are indulging in anti-national and anti-social activities and their citizenship should be ceased ...
Ben Foster says West Brom need to forget about Saturday's defeat at Arsenal and look ahead to their next outing. Dealing with the layers of pressure - ranging from what a player puts on himself to what they sense from the crowd or the torrents that assail them on social media - is not always easy for the modern footballer.
Currently, no information has been released about what nationality the girl is. The Irish Mirror reported the girl was on the flight with three members of her family and apparently went into cardiac arrest. The flight landed at Shannon shortly after 7.30am on Boxing Day and was met by airport ground staff. Crew also requested that engineers help service the aircraft's toilets when it landed.
Despite the antiquated state of affairs now plaguing Iran's commercial air fleet, the country saw 440,000 worldwide flights last week with 6 million global travelers, Civil Chairman of the Parliament Mohammed Reda Rezae Kochi told IRNA Monday.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe arrived in Hawaii on Monday ahead of a symbolic meeting with President Barack Obama at the site of the Pearl Harbour attack. It also offers Mr Abe a chance to reiterate the strategic importance of Japan-US ties before President-elect Donald Trump, who questioned some aspects of the defence alliance during his election campaign, takes power in January.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Sao Tome counterpart, Urbino Botelho, signed the agreement in front of a handful of invited reporters at a state guest house in western Beijing. "We need to acknowledge that China is playing an increasingly important role internationally", Mr Botelho said, adding "we want to make good on our past mistakes".