Offering hormone therapy and surgery to any transgender personnel who wanted it would cost between $2.4 million and $8.4 million per year - around 0.1 per cent of healthcare spending for the active component of the military, the study estimated .
Hence why the committee issued a subpoena for Manafort requiring his presence as scheduled. The panel will still hear from the Justice Department's inspector general, Michael Horowitz, who is overseeing a review of the Hillary Clinton email investigation and has been asked to look into Trump's firing of James Comey.
The article also described the Indian media as "hyper-nationalistic". Doklam lies in Bhutan, close to the trijunction where China (Tibet), India ( Sikkim ), and Bhutan meet. He also stated that South Asia continues to be one of the most "volatile regions" in the world , adding, "India being in the centre of it, is the security provider for this region".
Mrs Swaraj assured the House that India will continue its efforts to search them. Ms. Swaraj's statement comes two days after she spoke to Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jafari on the issue. They were later captured and lodged in Badush jail. "Right now, allow her to speak", said Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. The Foreign Affairs minister reminding the case of the Vietnam War said that the United States still considers its armed forces personnel missing, who haven't been found since the Vietnam ...
Carolyn McCall is leaving easyJet to run ITV as its new chief executive in January 2018. First half revenue fell by 3 percent as income from online and production sales helped cushion the 8 percent advertising fall, while earnings per share at 7.7 pence were ahead of forecasts at 7 pence.
In Wednesday's ruling, the Luxembourg-based ECJ said decisions by the competent authorities were only required for the initial listing of groups or individuals. Issuing a statement, it said the ECJ judgment was a legal ruling on the procedure used for listing the LTTE. A final ECJ ruling is expected after the summer break.