Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered in the incident where anonymous persons attacked Rahul Gandhi's convoy at Dhanera today. A cemented brick was pelted at Rahul's vehicle shattering its window glasses and black-flag waving crowds was shouting slogans in favour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi .
Members of the Committee also voted in favour of extending a credit facility to British banks from £100 billion to £115 billion, with the Term Funding Scheme (TFS) running until February 2018. Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney said uncertainty regarding Brexit was a factor: "It is evident that uncertainties about the eventual relationship are weighing on the decisions of some business".
The report comes days after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley claimed that the minister had been caught red-handed trying to destroy evidence. The chief minister said the Congress would not budge under "such political blackmail nor stoop to vindictive politics".
In a meeting with Mogherini prior to the ceremony, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the European Union needs to be "alert" to Trump's efforts "to undermine the deal laying the blame on Iran". Today, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will be sworn in for his second term. Rouhani vowed to end poverty and create more jobs for the citizens.
At the same time, the Holy See asked all political actors, and governments in particular, to ensure that "full respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms" are respected, "as well as the existing Constitution". More than 350 members of the new assembly were elected in open municipal votes. As Venezuela swore in its controversial National Constituent Assembly on Friday, many countries kept up the pressure.
His election by a clear majority of the Members of Parliament - 516 votes against 244 cast in favour of his opponent Gopalakrishna Gandhi - is a natural progression of the verdict in the 2014 general elections and the few state Assembly polls held since then.