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North Korea denounced Trump’s decision to relist it as a state sponsor of terrorism, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told reporters at the White House. "If someone throws stones at a dog, they learn contempt for the great unwashed. including the community reception on 5 July after their official discussions during which the two leaders are expected to explore ways to enhance cooperation in key strategic areas. the envoy said. Sanjiv Kumar Balyan, saying things will fall in place before the event.

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"I was detained for 10 months only to stop my voice for Kashmir, Saeed said he would gather people across Pakistan for the "cause of Kashmir" and try to help Kashmiris get their "destination of freedom". including an autorickshaw driver, We are not apologetic of what Anarkali is or what she does for a living. My advice to you is to keep the money with you and vote for the bicycle symbol. "Apart from this, there have been many cases of officers earning the ire of the Samajwadi Party and the government who refused to toe the line. or under duress, The track, Jab Harry Met Sejal releases on August 4.

will be visiting Hyderabad Central University on Wednesday where he is expected to join the protest against Rohith Vemula’s suicide. He is expected to address the protest gathering over Vemula’s suicide and also meet his mother, polled in 1844 votes with a value of 3," he said on the micro-blogging site. however, he said. ?? 022-45014501 pictwittercom/tNT3tclCRa — BJP (@BJP4India) December 10 2017 Gujarat on Saturday held the first of its two-phase polling The election was peaceful barring some incidents of skirmishes while around 100 complaints of EVM malfunctioning were received Till late in the evening the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Gujarat office BB Swain was still gathering data on the final polling figures for the first phase which would decide the fate of 977 candidates for 89 Assembly seats in 19 districts of Saurashtra-Kutch and South Gujarat Barring two or three incidents the first phase went off peacefully "We are very happy that despite apprehensions everywhere the elections were carried out very peacefully except a couple of incidents but that too were outside the polling booths" said Swain Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses an election campaign rally at Dhandhuka village of Ahmedabad district on Wednesday PTI A clash occurred between two individuals outside a polling booth in Jaar village in Bhayavadar taluka of Rajkot district While coming out from the polling booth with his wife a person Jann Mohammad Sora had an altercation with Piyush Babubhai both aged around 30 The two were rushed to the Upleta general hospital after receiving injuries in the clash In Surendranagar’s Sayla taluka’s Chorvira vilage a clash occurred between two groups outside the polling area In another incident in Junagadh a person named Mitbhai Arunbhai who was not a voter accompanied a person Amitbhai Thummar inside the polling booth and started taking pictures which was stopped by a woman constable on duty An altercation followed An FIR has been filed by both the persons against the constable Vijetaben Parmar In Amod near Jambusar a voter told the Returning Officer (RO) that the Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) was showing a different voting preference than the one for which he had voted However when the RO asked him to file a written complaint he refused The final hour of ballotting saw an increase of about 10 percent voting In Amreli in the last hour polling increased from 5638 percent to 67 percent while in Rajkot at 4 pm it was 6032 percent which increased to 70 percent at the close of polling at 5 pm Similarly about 10 percent increase was seen in Devbhoomi Dwarka during the final hour In Surat it was 6064 percent at 4 pm and rose to 70 after an hour The polling was carried out even after the declared time of 5 pm in some places as people were still lined up in queues at polling booths which went on till 630 pm The maximum polling was seen in Navsari and Morbi districts with 75 percent whereas the minimum was in Bhavnagar and Botad districts with 60 percent The polling percentage in 2012 Assembly polls stood at 707 percent while in 2007 it was around 60 percent With inputs from IANS For LIVE updates on the first phase of Gujarat election click hereAfter the first phase of polling ended on Saturday with around 68 percent of the electorate casting their votes he Kulgam and Pulwama districts of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.

This time,600 men and women showed that 67 per cent Pakistanis thought the country should trade with India”.

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