Modi arrived in the American capital early on Sunday after a day-long working visit to Portugal, the first ever bilateral visit by an Indian prime minister to the European nation. "We anticipate that their discussions will be broad- ranging, hitting on a variety of regional and global issues that would seek to advance our common priorities, including fighting terrorism, promoting economic growth and prosperity", the official said, briefing reporters at the White House.
The Australian took out the race from the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas and the Williams of Canadian rookie Lance Stroll , who finished ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton , who were both slapped with penalties during the race.
Voting for unopposed candidates "just seems like an extra step in the process that we could eliminate", said the sponsor of the Arkansas law, Rep. Charlotte Douglas, who hasn't faced any opposition the past two elections . Veteran GOP ad-maker Brad Todd says that's because the San Francisco congresswoman is the personification of the liberal values they can't stomach.
The protest also happened just days after the Minnesota police officer who was charged with manslaughter for shooting a black man multiple times during a traffic stop past year was found not guilty by a jury. Earlier this week, parade organizers announced they would keep police participation to the minimum required by city ordinances to preserve safety.
He also won the title at Indonesian Open tournament last week. Srikanth ousted Sai Praneeth in the quarterfinals after losing to him in the Singapore final. It was Prakash Padukone and P Gopichand who were the legends of the men in India for the badminton, but now Srikanth has ensured that many more kids will take the racket to follow their passion for badminton.
The Andraskars, residents of Shalimar Bagh in north west Delhi , had gone to Kashmir on June 22. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti announced this as she expressed grief and shock over the deaths. The accident drew condemnation from former chief minister Omar Abdullah, who, expressing his condolences in a series of tweets, questioned why the cable vehicle service wasn't shut down during high winds as a precautionary measure.