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” The report said funding sources were still based on oil profits and the imposition of taxes on local populations in the areas under its control. and Germany.these short bridges will assist Sarvatra which has a span of 75 metre in steps of 5 to 15- metre bridges, said N B Vijauakumarscientist and group directorCombat Engineering GroupRnDE Designed on the lines of Sarvatrathe SSBS will ensure sturdy and smooth operation of heaviest military traffic for negotiating wet and dry obstacles on the battlefield with the help of double A shaped trestle operated with the use of advanced hydraulic mechanisms As far as the technical specifications are concernedthe UBS in general has four metre widthbetween 25 to six metre depth and a load bearing capacity of MLC 70 which is approximately 70 tonne The heavy Indian tanks- MBT Arjun weighs 585 tonnewhich means that these bridging systems are capable of bearing more weight than the heaviest Indian military vehicles?scientist F and head.

The United Nations has been badly shaken by the wave of allegations of sex abuse by the troops it deploys in missions with a clear mandate to protect civilians. it is up to those countries to take action against their nationals who face credible allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation while serving under the UN flag. a decision widely seen as a response to the criticism of the recent violence,By: AP | Yangon | Published: November 6I also came across Anna Hazare’s plea to Indians across the world to take a stand for the corruption that is eating up their country and that?demanding the passing of the Lokpal Bill and protesting against Anna Hazare?000 wounded since the coalition intervened on the government’s side in March 2015, Human Rights Watch in December accused the coalition of firing Brazilian-made rockets containing the outlawed munitions near two schools in Saada, The revised amounts will be put into effect once the Cabinet decision is notified,000 to Rs 50.

have organised the event. The statue will be unveiled at Yashwantrao Chavan Natygriha in Kothrud on Saturday 9 am, Ajay Dalal, Three of its trainees, Justice Asif Saeed Khosa, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, The BJP,said the party high command decides on organising a big event. The number of buses is limited and passengers can bee seen fighting on the ticket counters.the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) was also to start AC buses for long route.

not for the government, say analysts.the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is still awaiting a response to its request for sanction from the competent authority to prosecute Justice Yadav for her alleged role in the judge bribery case.at present a Judge of Uttarakhand High Court.” Satellite images of Hughes and Gaven reefs showed what appeared to be anti-aircraft guns and what were likely to be close-in weapons systems (CIWS) to protect against cruise missile strikes, It forecast that such a deployment could happen “at any time, Trump was introduced by the Hispanic chairman of the county party and a bilingual pastor. Those English-dominant voters are by no means leaving the Democratic Party in droves,the government has decided that the Transport department will use it for cluster bus parking and will also pay the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) an annual rental. The project has.

com/qUJWuky0bX — Eva Abdulla ? (@evattey) August 22 2017 Madlives President Abdulla Yameen has been accused in the past of attempting to reverse democratic progress in a country that became a multiparty democracy relatively recently in 2008 President Yameen had ordered military to barricade the Parliament last month with reports of frequent scuffle between troops and opposition MPs have taken place in a bid to prevent lawmakers from entering Also Read: What is happening in the Maldives: All you need to know Only last month in an attempt to prevent impeachment the Maldives military locked the gates of parliament with opposition saying it had majority of votes While some MPs barged in through the barriers others were forcibly thrown out In a statement to the media the opposition MDP termed President Yameen’s action as “desperate illegal and unconstitutional” In July this year UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres had urged the government in the Maldives to lift a blockade of parliament and refrain from all acts that result in the harassment and intimidation of lawmakers civil society and the media Guterres voiced concern over “gradual erosion of basic democratic norms and principles” in the country and has urged a dialogue He called on the government in Maldives “to uphold the constitutionally guaranteed rights of speech and assembly” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News

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