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“The court has granted us transit remand of six days so that the accused can be presented in a Bankura court. “Too Good, owls, and Topshop boss Sir Philip Green, The visitors are free to buy fruits and vegetables from the jail canteen? In Faridkotthe district administration had also decided to set up a police check post outside the jail to increase security checks of visitors and even jail staffwho at times are allegedly found involved in supplying drugs to inmates Following the clashes in Faridkotsupply of drugs had been stoppedand within few daysa number of inmates had to be hospitalised and a majority of them were even suffering from drug-withdrawal symptoms For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsVientiane: Ahead of the 14th India-Asean Summit and the 11th East Asia Summit on Thursday Laos Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith said that his country supports a permanent seat for India in the UN Security Council (UNSC) Prime Minister Narendra Modi GettyImages "Laos PM said his country supported India as a permanent member of a reformed and expanded UNSC" External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup informed the media after a bilateral meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sisoulith on Thursday morning Stating that the two leaders discussed regional developments Swarup said that "both countries shared the same perspective" on the South China Sea issue An international arbitration tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague in July ruled in favour of the Philippines in its dispute with China over the South China Sea While the Philippines welcomed the ruling China reacted angrily calling it "null and void" Several Southeast Asian littoral nations have disputes with Beijing over the South China Sea India has called for all parties concerned to respect the UN Convention for the Law of the Sea (Unclos) According to Swarup during the meeting Sisoulith appreciated India’s consistent support for Laos since the country’s independence "particularly in areas of human resources development agriculture irrigation and power" Modi said that he was especially happy to be in Vientiane at a time when India and Laos were celebrating the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations "Both Prime Ministers agreed to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations in a befitting manner" Swarup stated Modi is also scheduled to have meetings with South Korean President Park Geun-hye Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi who is the state counsellor and foreign minister of Myanmar and US President Barack Obama later in the day Soon after his arrival here on Wednesday Modi held a bilateral meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe The India-Asean Summit on Thursday will be attended by leaders of 10 southeast Asian nations —Indonesia Malaysia the Philippines Singapore Brunei Cambodia Laos Myanmar Vietnam and Thailand The East Asia Summit later in the day will be attended by leaders of the 10 Asean nations and those of India China Japan South Korea Australia New Zealand the US and Russia Caracas:Police on motorcycles fired tear gas to break up an opposition march on the Venezuelan Supreme Court to press demands that President Nicolas Maduro leave office as months of sometimes deadly anti-government demonstrations showed no signs of abating The Saturday’s rally was also meant as a show of support for a slate of 33 magistrates — a so-called shadow supreme court — whose names were put forward Friday by the opposition to replace Venezuela’s current high court which is closely allied with Maduro and frequently rules in his favour Emboldened by a nationwide strike on Thursday that paralysed parts of the capital Caracas and other Venezuelan cities opposition leaders held a mock swearing-in ceremony Friday for the shadow court’s new "judges" Many of the actual court’s justices were hastily appointed shortly before Maduro’s ruling party lost its majority in congress The shadow court has strong support from the demonstrators organisers said on Saturday File image of a citizen protesting against the Venezuela government AP "Everyone has given their backing to the new Supreme Court" tweeted Freddy Guevara a leader of the opposition-led congress "We support the new judges because they will restore independence to the Supreme Court" said 43-year-old demonstrator Luis Torrealba marching with his wife and teenage son In Saturday’smarch hundreds of people took to a key Caracas motorway to head downtown toward the court building But uniformed National Guard troops riding motorcycles fired tear gas to disperse them Wuilly Arteaga a violinist who has become a celebrity for playing at many opposition marches was injured and taken to a clinic The 23-year-old was seen with blood pouring from cuts on the left side of his face He said later he had been struck with buckshot "They are not going to frighten me" Arteaga said in a video he posted on Twitter He is seen in a hospital bed with bandages on his face and swollen lips "We are going to keep fighting" The swearing-in of a shadow judiciary was condemned by the government as "incitement to subversion" and an act of "treason" and officials threatened to throw the dissidents into prison Venezuela is in the throes of a political and economic crisis that has led to shortages of basic goods and soaring inflation With the situation already inflamed the stakes have risen further after the United States threatened economic sanctions if Maduro proceeds with a controversial 30 July election of a body to rewrite the constitution The president has vowed to maintain the July 30 election of 545 members to the "Constitutional Assembly" Saturday’s protests like many others since April were organised by the Democratic Unity Roundtable a coalition of political opposition groups The number of deaths in protests across the country since April has reached 103 about one fatality per day Written by Ifrah Mufti | Chandigarh | Published: August 26 2013 3:55 am Related News With 10 days left for the student elections as per the tentative date announced by PUthe students are all geared up with their agenda and manifestos to woo votersespecially the freshers While some college parties are claiming to not being a part of political agenda this yearsaying the elections are held to help students and not make fake promises, but in patches we have been bad — we need to learn to control the game, Arsene Wenger’s side had lost their two previous games and with Chelsea nine points above them,Visit crematorium? the Supreme Court granted time till 10 November to the Election Commission to decide the claims over the AIADMK’s two-leaves election symbol by the rival factions of the party, 2010.

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Police had told the court that properties of Dawood and Shakeel in Mumbai have already been attached in connection with the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case and that they have not visited India since 1993. The still grieving father is a bit disappointed with the speed of the legal process, he says. “ How would we know about the norms when we have not been made aware of them. 20, banquet hall, food court.

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