Cooling operations are under way, it said. Three workers who were trapped inside the building were rescued by Dubai Civil Defence teams, along with the Dubai Police rescue teams. The fire is now under control. Several roads were closed temporarily, including the one leading to Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest skyscraper in central Dubai .
Speaking at a function in their family bastion of Mainpuri - about 350 kilometres from New Delhi - Mulayam echoed one of Modi's speech about his son: " Yeh sahi hai jo apne baap ka nahin woh kisi ka nahi ho sakta (It is true that a son who can't be loyal to his father can't be loyal to his people)".
While the length of the contract has not been made public, it's all but certain the Cardinals bought out his arbitration years and possibly a year or two of free agency. He adjusted his swing the season before to unlock more power in it, and that led to a career-high 22 home runs in 153 games last season. "We look forward to him becoming a fixture in a Cardinals uniform".
Work on this project will start in the next three months, he said. The distance between Chenani and Nashri will now be 10.9 km (between two ends of the tunnel), instead of the existing 41 km. There is also a parallel escape tunnel, with cross passages connecting to the main tunnel at intervals of 300 m. He also congratulated the Mehbooba Mufti-led Jammu and Kashmir government for utilising central funds for the development of the state and assured his government's continued support.
The militant group Hamas took control of Gaza, home to nearly 2 million people, in 2007, and both Hamas and Israel have been accused of war crimes during fighting over the last decade. Akram Attallah, a Gaza-based columnist, wrote that the closure of Gaza was "a collective punishment that the Palestinians should not be conducting".
Gibraltar is on the southern coast of Spain with a population of around 30,000. Fabian Picardo, the Gibraltar chief, told the BBC that life under Spain would be "absolutely awful". Howard's comments followed an interview on Sunday by Michael Fallon, the UK's defence secretary, in which he said: " Gibraltar is going to be protected all the way because the sovereignty of Gibraltar can not be changed without the agreement of the people of Gibraltar and they have made it very ...