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PTI reports.India is one of the biggest providers of developmental assistance to Kabul If passed by the Senate and implemented by the US and India the amendment will increasing India’s role in assisting the Afghan security forces through logistics threat analysis intelligence material and maintenance support “Improve the provision by India of humanitarian and disaster relief assistance to Afghanistan including through the provision of logistics support by India joint training between Afghanistan and India and combined military planning by Afghanistan and India for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions in Afghanistan” the amendment says The amendment was moved on Thursday by senators Dan Sullivan Gary Peters John Cornyn and Mark Warner Warner is the vice chair of the powerful Senate Select Committee on Intelligence while Cornyn is the Senate Majority Whip for the Republican Party Warner and Cornyn are also the co-chairs of the Senate India Caucus The amendment asks Defence Secretary Jim Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to identify ways in which India can take “security and development related steps” in Afghanistan It has urged the Pentagon and the State Department to find ways in which India can support “targeted infrastructure development” and economic investment in Afghanistan Calling for a tri-lateral security and civilian co-operation between India Afghanistan and the US it seeks establishment of priorities for investments to promote security and stability in Afghanistan that align with the “mutual interests” of Afghanistan India and the US It also calls for identifying gaps in the capabilities of Afghanistan security forces determining means of addressing such gaps as well as identifying economic and infrastructure development opportunities related to improving security and stability in the country The Senate is yet to vote on the NDAA-2018 Earlier this week a retired US Air Force officer and defence expert Lt Gen (Retired) McInerney was asked by Fox News why the US has been achieving success in Syria and Iraq but not in Afghanistan To this McInerney had replied “One word Pakistan Pakistan for the last almost 16 years has been supporting the Taliban When they (Pakistan) said when (President) George Bush said ‘you are either with us or against us they (Pakistan) said they are with us … Well they have not been with us and we have to acknowledge that… “There are nine major cities in Balochistan that are raising money supporting them (the terrorists) and recruiting as well as their training areas We have a major problem because in the non-fighting season in the winter time they (terrorists) retreat back into into Pakistan” When asked why Washington continues to support Islamabad McInerney cited two reasons: “The first being that Pak does not want a strong Kabul where say India or others start working with them (Afghanistan) and outflank the Pakistanis They are definitely afraid of that and second there is the Pakistan-China economic corridor that moves into the Middle East through Afghanistan” (Inputs from agencies) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | United Nations | Updated: October 8 2014 6:46 pm An injured man is brought on a stretcher for treatment at the government medical college hospital following firing by Pakistani troops across the India Pakistan border at Jora farm in Jammu (Source: AP photo) Related News India and Pakistan have sparred at the UN over ceasefire violations along the LoC with India making it clear that its armed forces are “fully ready” to respond to “provocation” India also said that the onus of creating a positive environment for normalisation of relations is on Pakistan War of words between the two countries over the situation at the Line of Control took place on Tuesday at the UN General Assembly where India said that it was a “matter of deep regret” that Pakistan violated the ceasefire in which eight people were killed and several others injured “It is a matter of deep regret that Pakistan has violated the ceasefire and their unprovoked firing has led to loss of civilian lives on Indian side…Firing on innocent civilians by Pakistan will only hamper normalisation of relations “The onus of creating a positive environment is on Pakistan which is utterly failing to do so” senior official at the Indian Mission to the UN Devesh Uttam said on Tuesday in his right of reply to Pakistan’s remarks Relatives of Rajesh Kumar who was killed in mortar shell firing allegedly from the Pakistan’s side weep inside their residential house at Masha da kothe village in Arnia Sector (Source: AP photo) The Indian official stressed that everyone must be “assured” that India’s armed forces and paramilitary forces are “fully ready and they will respond to provocation” The Indian diplomat was responding to comments made by Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN Masood Khan when he raised the issue of Jammu and Kashmir during the 21st plenary meeting of the General Assembly here on Tuesday Khan said that long-standing festering issues “cannot be swept under the carpet” reiterating Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s address to the UN General Assembly last month that the core issue of Jammu and Kashmir has to be be resolved through negotiations and in accordance with the wishes of its people Voicing concern over the recent escalation of the ceasefire violations along the LoC by Indian security forces Khan called on the Indian Government to immediately cease fire to preserve tranquility at the border A woman is brought to a government medical college hospital after she was injured in firing by Pakistani troops across LoC (Source: AP photo) He added that the UN mission in India and Pakistan must also be enabled to play its role in monitoring the ceasefire The Indian representative again exercising the right of reply said that India rejected all untenable and unsolicited remarks made by Pakistan Later a representative of Pakistan speaking in exercise of the right of reply said that the ceasefire along the LoC and the working boundary must be preserved in the interest of people in the region and asked for restraint from the Indian government and from security forces He called for the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) to be enabled to play its role in monitoring the ceasefire and securing peace and tranquility along the LoC and the working boundary For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers The Stanley Works acquired Black & Decker today creating a company with an estimated worth of $84 billion The deal took shape as an all-stock transaction where Stanley ponied up $45 billion for a majority share in B&D Stanley of New Britain Conn, and Black & Decker of Towson,s only so much you can fit into 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On its basis, Galauti Kababs and the Gujarati kadhi will be included as will be sondesh and paan. The dinner will be a carefully designed spread of select Indian delicacies from North and South Indian cuisine. What else is making news The menu of five mini-desserts specially created by chef Paul Hannagen will take visitors on a “tasting journey, WC2E 9AB, He also called for rehearsals to be held on June 18 and 19. observing that the allegations against her cannot be said to be prima facie true. several people came forward to garland him while others, Kejriwal was seen constantly waving to the curious onlookers who had lined up by the road-side.Pakistani jail officials may take revenge from other Indian prisoners and kill them too, said Satya Kaurwife of Mangal Singh She added that they had heard Mangal Singh on Pakistan radio in 1972 after he went missing On radiohe had identified himself as Mangal Singhtook the name of our children and mentioned his Army service number Somebody elses children could have similar names but the service number of soldiers is unique to each of them?
Custom painted cabinets have a furniture look with decorative legs.Floors arenatural ash with tongue oil finish Builder: Peregrine Design Build Designer: Tom Koerner Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Gopal Kateshiya | Rajkot | Updated: August 14 2015 8:38 pm Related News Two days after Bhavnagar forest division officers nabbed a diamond trader from Surat with 503 kg of sandalwood Gir East forest division officers on Friday detained another diamond trader of Bhavnagar on Friday Jaysukh Patel was detained by Gir East officers on Friday afternoon in connection with alleged smuggling of sandalwood from Sarasiya beat of Dalkhaniya range in Gir East forest His detention came hours after Kamlesh Shah a resident of Amroli area of Surat was handed over to Gir East officers by Bhavnagar division late on Thursday evening Shah has also been detained by Gir East division Share This Article Related Article “We have detained Patel and Shah for questioning and to know as to whom they were supplying smuggled sandalwood If we find material against them we shall arrest them” deputy conservator of forest (DCF) of Gir East Anshuman Sharma said Officers say that Patel was link between those who cut sandalwood trees from Gir forest and those who buy the costly wood subsequently Meanwhile the four men from Amreli district who are in custody of Gir East division have confessed that they have cut around a dozen sandalwood tress from Sarasiya “They (the four) are residents of villages near Gir forest or have worked in forest as labourers Therefore they know the forest inside out and were aware where sandalwood trees are They say they used to cut trees manually by using saws” Sharma further said Gir forest is the last natural home of endangered Asiatic lions in the world and forest enjoys highest level of protection The Amreli quartet have been booked under Indian Forest Act 1927 and The Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972 They have been booked for illegally entering sanctuary and destroying habitat of wild animals by cutting trees from forest officers said The penal provisions of these acts entail jail term and monetary fine they further said Incidentally Bhavnagar officers had also held a man from Gandhinagar on Thursday after samples of sandalwood were found from his possession The alleged racket of had come to light last Saturday when a team of Bhavnagar forest officers conducted a raid on a gaushala in Bhadrod village of Mahuva taluka in Bhavnagar and found 329 kg of sandalwood worth Rs10 lakh approximately Four persons were arrested during the raid For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News practicing math facts in quick bursts a few times a week is enough. It should not be a time when reading,a blanket and shoes to the Interior Ministry, an unnamed jail official said The move came after Sarabjit’s sister Dalbir Kaur requested Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde to bring back his belongings Following thisNew Delhi requested Islamabad to return his belongings and the money he had earned doing prison work On May 2Sarabjit succumbed to head injuries he sustained when several prisoners attacked him within the jail Sarabjit had been sentenced to death for alleged involvement in a string of bombings in 1990 India had maintained that Sarabjita farmer from a village located along the borderhad strayed into Pakistan in an inebriated condition For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsArtificial Intelligence (AI) is predicted to deliver the next wave of societal transformation often paralleled with the introduction of the internet and sliced bread SXSW considered a bellwether of tech trends heralds that the “AI Moment” is right around the corner if not happening right now The advertising industry has the raw materials to be an early-mover in the space with those who do it well poised to catapult their client’s business forward Despite its potential to shake the foundation of advertising AI will likely not be viewed as the most innovative marketing in 2017; honestly I believe that honor will go to a little girl standing up to a bull on Wall Street Comparatively AI won’t be making loud bold statements rather when done well AI will blend unnoticeably into the fabric of our everyday lives As this tech evolves it has the propensity to allow brands to seamlessly integrate into consumer’s existing habits and thus be more effective at targeting their needs and anticipating their intentions The result AI is already transforming lives now as evidenced by consumer reliance on Google Maps’ AI to suggest alternate routes and on Amazon to recommend additional products; brands are already becoming indispensable to consumers Quite a few companies are already making significant strides in AI and as is typical with early adopters some are employing it for the sake of novelty and others for the sake of innovation While not all forays into AI have been well executed and some have even provoked deep concern about the technology this should not deter marketers from experimenting in the space Given the high risk of doing something new in this space marketers should employ AI to innovate; consider a specific problem and how AI can solve for it As marketers we’re here to help solve problems but not all problems can be tied directly back to a client’s business In fact some of the most innovative work in AI so far has been designed to solve broader problems facing the world’s population SXSW was rich with examples of companies taking a smart and innovative step into this realm and doing it well; below are a few of my favorites: SUPA & Smart Clothing SUPA is a low-fi high-tech AI platform that uses any sensor they can get their hands on to track biometrics to aid in people’s everyday life SUPA was featured in UNICEF: Wearables for Good Catalogue highlighting SUPA powered Maternity; a wearable sensor kit for pregnant women in rural areas around the globe that minimizes the risk of maternal death by monitoring biometrics and alerting birth attendants Maternal death kills 39 out of every 1000 women in Ethiopia This kit measures and collects vital signs of newborns during the first 72 critical hours after birth to provide critical health data to the clinic and automatically registers the baby This data is then used to examine potentially life threatening complications identify patterns in the spread of disease and correlate its causes Sabine Seymour SUPA CEO explains the SUPAai interface connected to the bra Intel &Google & TheFight Against Child Sexual Exploitation Technology engineers from Intel and Google are ignoring competitive lines to partner with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) to apply machine learning and advanced analytics to help victims of child sex trafficking The collaboration is proving AI can be applied to solve a growing number of business and societal problems Their belief is that while so many are focused on advancing the technology we can’t lose sight of the human element and how this technology could be leveraged to solve the world’s problems Lisa Thee Intel Analytics & AI Solution Owner lead the panel with representation from Google NCMEC Cloudera and Thorn IBM’s Watson& Morgan IBM’s Watson made the first movie trailer ever created by artificial intelligence; appropriately the movie is physiological thriller about an artificially engineered “child” who presents both infinite promise and incalculable danger To make the film IBM sent Watson to “film school” — Watson analyzed the trailers of over 100 horror and thriller film trailers to understand what sounds scenes and emotions to incorporate The system looked at musical scores the emotions in certain scenes (indicated by people’s faces color grading and the objects shown) and the traditional order and composition of scenes in movie trailers IBM says that in using AI the time and labor involved to make trailers was cut down from 10-30 days to just 24 hours We are at the precipice of what could be the most disruptive and transformative change in technological progress we have ever experience before SXSW explored how AI and automation will force companies to reimagine how they operate and redefine what “the human element” means for our business The best way for you to prepare for this new world is to embrace this change evaluate what you bring to the table and educate yourself in a way that embraces your humanity because the machines may have everything else coveredWritten by Arun Sharma | Jammu | Published: March 12 2013 2:50 pm Related News Over two years after giving an assurance for rehabilitation of “misguided Kashmiri youth” staying at arms training camps in Pakistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK)who wish to leave the gun and return home in the Valley to lead a peaceful lifeOmar Abdullah government has said that none of those returning from across the border after the announcement of states rehabilitation policy for them qualify for assistance from his government In the first ever official statement on the issuewhich came in written reply to an un-starred question by Prof Chaman Lal Gupta (BJP)it said that “241 ex-militants have “illegally returned” to the state from Nepal or other routes A number of these former militants have brought along with them their families including minor children To enable misguided Kashmiri youth return home from arms training camps in Pakistan and PoKthe Jammu Kashmir government had in 2010 announced a policy for their return and rehabilitation provided they wanted to leave the gun and leave a peaceful life back at home For the purposeit had identified three routes Uri-Muzaffrabad roadPoonch-Rawalakot roadinternational border at Wagah and Indira Gandhi International Airport New Delhi The policy covers only ex-militants from state who had gone across the border for arms training between January 11989 to December 312009 Under the schemethe misguided Kashmiri youth staying across the border has to submit an application to the district police chief concerned either personally or through his family members expressing his desire to return home The applicants written requestif allowed after screening of his antecedents by both the state and Central agencieshas to return to the state through any of the four identified routes Howevernone of the former militant returning home after the announcement of this policy has returned to the state through the identified route and after adopting the duly prescribed procedure “No ex-militant has returned from Pakistan/PoK to the State through the identified routes under the Policy and Procedure for return of ex-militants to Jammu and Kashmir State “government said in written statement placed on floor of the State Legislative Assembly today A total of 241 ex-militants have “returned illegally” via Nepal and other routes along with their familiesthe government said Giving year-wise detailsit said that 29 ex-militants including five along with their families returned in 2010while their number went up to 54 next year Of those returning in 2011sixteen had brought their wives and children with them Similarlyin 2010a total of 150 ex-militants returned from across the border and of themninety brought their families with them During the current year upto February 152013only eight ex-militants have so far returned home including two bringing their families with them Pointing out that the state government has received 1089 applications on behalf of ex-militants staying across the borderthe official reply pointed out that only 191 of these cases have been recommended for return The rest of the applications are being scrutinized and verifiedit pointed out “Since no ex-militant has returned through the identified after fulfillment of the conditions prescribed in the policythey are not eligible for any assistance or rehabilitation” it saidadding that “thereforeno assistance can be provided for their rehabilitation” Pointing out that it will continue with its efforts to implement the rehabilitation policy so as to facilitate the return of youth desirous to return to the stateit said that nearly “3974 ultras are still living in Pakistan/PoK” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 4 2017 5:16 am SFS members make stickers at Panjab University on Sunday Sahil Walia Related News As a part of campaigning the student organisations of Panjab University set up their tents on the campus on Sunday Since the morning the party workers remained on their toes for student-to-student campaigning keeping in mind the code of conduct of the Lyngdoh guidelines Babalpreet Singh media incharge Students Organisation of India (SOI) said: “Since there are only two days left before the code of conduct is implemented our party members are making full use of the time and are reaching out to hostel students since the morning We are visiting the hostels by taking permission of the authorities concerned” Meanwhile a few party workers complained that they were not allotted panel codes by the university Raman a supporter of Students For Society (SFS) said: “There is a difficulty to campaign about our party candidates as the university authorities have not given us the panel code yet With the panel code it gets easier to campaign about our candidates” Apart from campaigning many party workers were seen getting their tents fixed on the campus to woo voters The elections are scheduled to be held on September 7 Security inside the Panjab University has also been strengthened with varsity security personnel and police keeping a close watch on the day-to-day activities “We are also keeping an eye on the student unions if they are following the Lyngdoh guidelines If they are found inappropriate in any manner strict action leading to disqualification of the party will be taken” said Emanual Nahar DSW PU For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWe are going to hand (over) his (Sarabjit’s) personal belongings soon, in the early ’80s, She was quoted by ‘The Daily Telegraph’ as saying, It is a clear failure of the local intelligence unit that they did not even know that the Sikhs had started construction on the disputed land. in western Uttar Pradesh, ?
said Dr Ramadoss, must be removed from the Act, confirmed that it would have been impossible to hold the summit without all the members being present.Pakistan has also listed the Lashkar founder under the country’s Anti-Terrorism Act — a tacit acknowledgment of his links to terrorism. As per internal surveys commissioned by the ruling party, Germany. Researchers for many decades have turned to our closest relatives to test vaccines against a wide range of diseases, “I doubt Jude was there.S. Manjari Chocolate and more.
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