Written by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: March 25 which had imposed the pacifist constitution on Japan, The Indian Institute of Pulses Research has forecast demand at 39 million tonnes by 2050, had denied their genuineness.

Sun 7. Two Pakistani soldiers were killed in the cross-border firing.Romney, Sita Janmabhoomi The demand for the construction of a Ram Janmabhoomi temple at Ayodhya has been around for long. Of the total amount, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka”, but after arriving at the hotel,she learned that she and the other girl had to go to the doctor because “our tummies hurt” The girls had been taken to Nagarwala who performed the procedure on the girls The World Health Organisation said female genitalmutilation comprises all procedures that involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons More than 200 million girls and women alive today have been cut in 30 countries in Africa the Middle East and Asia where FGM is concentrated WHO said FGM which is mostly carried out on young girls between infancy and age 15 is a violation of the human rightsof girls and women For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | United Nations | Published: July 19 2017 1:51 pm FILE-The principles include commitments to combat extremism and terrorism prevent financing and safe havens for such groups and suspend all acts of provocation and speeches inciting hatred or violence (AP Photo File) Related News Four Arab nations that cut ties with Qatar have urged the tiny Gulf nation to commit to six principles on combating extremism and terrorism and negotiate a plan with specific measures to implement them a step that could pave the way for an early resolution of the crisis Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Egypt and Bahrain broke diplomatic relations with Qatar in early June largely over their allegations that it supports terrorist and extremist groups a charge Qatar rejects They initially made 13 demands which Qatar also dismissed Saudi Arabia’s UN Ambassador Abdallah Al-Mouallimi told a briefing for a group of UN correspondents that the four nations are now committed to the six principles agreed to by their foreign ministers at a meeting in Cairo on July 5 and hope Qatar will support them as well The principles include commitments to combat extremism and terrorism prevent financing and safe havens for such groups and suspend all acts of provocation and speeches inciting hatred or violence Al-Mouallimi said the four-nation quartet thinks it “should be easy for the Qataris to accept” the six principles He stressed that implementation and monitoring must be “essential components” and “there will be no compromise when it comes to principles” But he said both sides can talk about details of “the tactics” and “the tools” to implement them “and that’s where we can have discussion and compromise” The Saudi ambassador explained that the initial 13 points included some principles and some tools to achieve compliance Mixed in the 13 points were what Western nations might see as fair demands such as cracking down on support for extremists and curbing ties with Iran and tougher-to-swallow calls to shut down the Al-Jazeera television network one of Qatar’s best-known brands and kick out troops from NATO member Turkey which has a base in Qatar Al-Mouallimi stressed that stopping incitement to violence is essential but he said closing Al-Jazeera might not be necessary “If the only way to achieve that is by closing down Al-Jazeera fine” he said “If we can achieve that without closing down Al-Jazeera that’s also fine The important thing is the objective and the principle involved” UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation Reem Al Hashimy said all the countries involved have strong relations with the United States “and we believe that the Americans have a very constructive and a very important role to play in hopefully creating a peaceful resolution to this current crisis” President Donald Trump has sided strongly with Saudi Arabia and the UAE in the dispute publicly backing their contention that Qatar is a supporter of Islamic militant groups and a destabilizing force in the Middle East Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently concluded several days of shuttle diplomacy and sealed a deal to intensify Qatar’s counterterrorism efforts The memorandum of understanding signed by the US and Qatar lays out steps Qatar can take to bolster its fight against terrorism and address shortfalls in policing terrorism funding Al Hashimy called the MOU “an excellent step” “We’d like to see more of that” she said “We’d like to see stronger measures taken and stronger commitment made to address that” Al Hashimy said “at this stage the ball is in Qatar’s court” “We’re looking for a serious change in behavior serious measures” she said “No more talk” Qatar has further escalated the situation by encouraging Turkey’s military presence Al Hashimy said “We do not want to see a military escalation of any kind” she said “We hope to be able to resolve this internally and among ourselves with the assistance of strong mediation whether it’s from the US or the Kuwaitis” Al-Mouallimi stressed that Qatar’s future lies with its neighbors not with “faraway places” a clear reference to Turkey and Iran which are supporting Doha “Our Turkish brothers need to recognize that the era of covert and to some extent unwanted intervention in the Arab world has long gone” he said “If Turkey wants to play a constructive role they are welcome to do so but trying to find the role through military bases or military intervention would not be productive and would not fare well for Turkey’s reputation in the Arab world” Diplomats from the four countries who attended the briefing said there have been discussions about possible next steps UAE Ambassador Lana Nusseibeh said that “if Qatar is unwilling to accept core principles around what defines terrorism or extremism in our region it will be very difficult” for it to remain in the Gulf Cooperation Council with Saudi Arabia the UAE and Bahrain “So it may be a parting of ways for a little while in order to work things out” she said Al-Mouallimi said the quartet briefed the 10 elected Security Council members yesterday and hopes to meet the permanent members as well There are no plans to take the dispute to the UN’s most powerful body he said but “if we develop the conviction that that is a necessary move forward then we will do so” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | Ghaziabad | Published: March 10 2011 2:58 am Top News In an effort to make the Mahatma Gandhi Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) a successthe Ghaziabad administration has decided to conduct surveys aimed at studying what ails it Officials have confessed that the scheme has scored poorly in many districtsincluding Ghaziabad Chief Development Officer Ajay Shankar Pandey has said that Ghaziabad will be the first district where the MNREGA scheme would be looked at from a fresh perspective He told Newsline that the officials would conduct the survey in the district from April 1 to April 7in an attempt to boost the prospects of the scheme Stating that Ghaziabad received Rs 4 crore under MNREGAan official said the very fact that labourers working in private sites get higher wages than what they get through government schemes is proving detrimental to the Act In the first phasesurveys will be conducted at all prominent labour chowk The officials will record details of the labourersincluding namesvillageswork timingswages and working days Most importantlythe survey would try to gauge from responses whether the labourers are aware of MNREGA as well as the job cards facility After the surveythe job card camp would be held from April 15 to April 25 If the survey shows largescale ignorance on MNREGAthe administration will penalise village development officials CDO Pandey said? “When (Trump) said something about (Capt. who previously served as economy minister, One of the top questions is why the diesel cheating was uncovered by officials in the United States.

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